Mayor Eric Adams and the City Council reached a deal on a $107 billion budget Thursday after tense negotiations.
The budget included a reversal in proposed cuts to places like libraries, cultural institutions and the public housing agency.
It also included new funding in other areas, but some advocacy groups are raising concerns over cuts that were made to educational services and re-entry programs at Rikers Island.
Groups also say the budget did not address a cost-of-living adjustment needed for caregivers and social workers.
Greg Morris, the CEO of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Friday to discuss the budget.