A judge has dismissed two of the claims brought against Nassau County by four Republicans after they were fired from their county positions when Democrat Thomas R. Suozzi took office as county executive in January 2002.

New York State Supreme Court Justice Michele M. Woodard, in Alberti v. County of Nassau, 004110/06, ruled that the four fired employees could continue to pursue a third claim relating to their allegation that the county refused to compensate them for compensatory time they had accrued prior to their dismissal.

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