But with the city facing huge budget gaps in the years ahead, the role is arguably more important than any time in recent memory the Big Apple is on track to have a $3.9 billion budget shortfall in fiscal year 2023, followed by a $4.1 billion gap in fiscal 24, according to the Independent Budget Office.
New York City Comptroller, Scott Stringer, gives a press conference on NYCHA at the Grant Houses, West 123rd Street and Broadway, Manhattan, New York, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (David Wexler/New York Daily News) As far as elected office goes, New York City Comptroller is far from being the most […]
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