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NYC to cut overtime pay for police despite being understaffed by 'thousands'

  • Mayor Eric Adams has instructed New York City agencies to prepare for significant budget cuts due to the cost of the migrant crisis and other factors such as expiring COVID-19 aid and new union agreements. City agencies are required to come up with plans for 5% cuts by November and 15% cuts by next spring.
  • The budget cuts will have a substantial impact on everyday life in the city, including a hiring freeze, restrictions on overtime, and potential reductions in services provided by uniformed city workers. City schools, which currently receive over $31 billion annually, may be particularly affected.
  • Mayor Adams attributes the budget shortfall to the financial burden of caring for over 110,000 migrants without sufficient federal support. His office estimates a $12 billion budget deficit over the next three years.
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