While leading the state's largest suburban county, with a population of 1.5 million, a workforce of over 10,000 and a budget of $2.7 billion, Levy was renowned as one of the nation's leading fiscally conservative managers. His record of eight consecutive years without a general fund tax increase was unsurpassed in New York during his tenure. He presided over seven bond rating upgrades, and was unique in submitting budgets spending less than the previous year's. Yet the liberal media sought to show that problems of Levy's successor stemmed from Levy's policies.
Levy gained national recogniti
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