New York counties could face serious fiscal problems if the state Senate does not reconvene and pass routine tax bills, an organization representing county governments said yesterday.

The Legislature regularly passes bills that allow county governments to raise sales taxes, but those laws expire Nov. 30, with the exception of the law covering Westchester County.

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