Nassau eyes 3% millage reduction, 11% more revenue as county grows

The standard of living in Nassau County is high, but with increased property values and spending comes increased revenue for the county government, which is looking at reducing its millage rate by 3% for the next fiscal year while pulling in more than 11% more cash.

“This is a huge win-win for Nassau County and the taxpayers,” Nassau County Commission Chairman Jeff Gray said after Commissioners’ unanimous votes on the budget and tentative millage rate.

It was a long day for Commissioners, who met at 3 p.m. for the first of two workshops — the first being on the area east

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