Nassau County, N.Y.’s state-appointed control board cut the county’s requested bonding plan by one-third from $90 million, and again chastised officials for failing to provide a plan to save $150 million in labor costs.

The Nassau Interim Finance Authority on Wednesday reduced the county’s general obligation borrowing to $60 million for capital projects, including road and park improvements, at its meeting in Uniondale.

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