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New York City Mayor De Blasio and Corey Johnson Announce $ 98.7 billion “Recovery Budget” Agreement for 2022

New York City (WABC)-Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Chairman Corrigison announced on Wednesday an agreement on a $ 98.7 billion NYC “recovery budget” for 2022.

“This is a radical investment in a working family and this is what we need now to get out of this pandemic and move forward,” said De Blasio.

The announcement was made in the circular building of the city hall.

This was the first time a city council member had returned to the city hall since the pandemic began.

The basis of the budget is “a strategic investment in a stimulus fund that will facilitate New York City’s economic return and build a recovery for all of us,” De Blasio said.

This will end the fight against COVID-19, build up strong reserves, promote economic growth in the neighborhood, bring academic and emotional recovery to all students, and secure the community. It is designed to meet the five main purposes of keeping in.

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New York City Mayor De Blasio and Corey Johnson Announce $ 98.7 billion “Recovery Budget” Agreement for 2022

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