The Rockland County Legislature approved the sale of $30 million of revenue anticipation notes in a meeting on Tuesday.

The county, which has an estimated budget deficit of $95 to $97 million and weakened credit ratings, plans to issue the notes to pay its ongoing bills and expenses as it waits to receive revenue from New York State.

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