Nassau County, N.Y., could have a serious cash problem by the end of October unless it finalizes a budget by then, the chairman of a state-appointed oversight panel said.

“The ability to sell tax-anticipation notes without a balanced budget will be extremely problematic,” Ronald Stack, chairman of the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, said before NIFA on Thursday rejected yet another proposed budget from the county.

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