Comptroller News & Events

Comptrollers meet to discuss fiscal future of Long Island

Comptrollers from Nassau and Suffolk met for the first time yesterday in a Bi-County effort towards fiscal stability to discuss their respective financial situations as well as creating new innovative initiatives to work together for the benefit of Long Island’s 3 million residents.

Comptroller: "County Saves $600,000 in 2015, $6 million by 2026!"

Suffolk County Comptroller John M. Kennedy, Jr. announced today that the County was successful in negotiating new long term bonds resulting in a net savings of $6 million in debt service costs to County taxpayers.

Kennedy Braves Cold, Runs Mile to Celebrate 350 Years of Smithtown

On Sunday March 1st, 2015 the residents of Smithtown began their celebration of the Town’s 350th anniversary with a forty mile run around the borders of the town.

From the Desk of County Comptroller John M. Kennedy, Jr.

As I complete my first few months as the newly elected Suffolk County Comptroller, it is my intention to make sure that my role as your Fiscal Watch Dog is as transparent as I promised it would be during the election cycle.