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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