Budget Breakdown: Watchdog Groups Say Biggest Budget Problems Easy To See, Hard To Tackle

June 19, 2012. At $70 billion, there are undoubtedly cases of waste and inefficiency in the city’s budget. A number of watchdog groups say the biggest budget problems facing the city are easy to identify but difficult to tackle. NY1’s Bobby Cuza filed the following report as part of NY1’s series on the city budget.

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