In a meeting of directors on Thursday, the Nassau Interim Financial Authority rejected Nassau County, N.Y.’s contract with Morgan Stanley to serve as an advisor on a deal to privatize the county’s sewer authority.

Borrowing money against cash flow from a county asset is viewed as “antithetical to NIFA’s mission and against sound fiscal practice,” according to board materials from the meeting.

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