A report designed to help Nassau County, N.Y., officials close a $130 million budget deficit for the current fiscal year will indicate that the county is better off selling general obligation bonds rather than relying on the sale and leaseback of county facilities, county officials said yesterday.

The report, scheduled for release tomorrow, will present "dozens and dozens" of options that county officials can implement over the next 18 months to plug its budget gap, said a county spokesman, David A. Vieser.

Limited Time Offer

Save $400 off your subscription. Special offer ends April 30, 2017.

14-Day Free Trial

No credit card required. Complete access to articles, breaking news and industry data.