NYC Mayor de Blasio has hit another snag in his push to secure additional borrowing power from the state

The City Council is deferring a Monday meeting on the issue since Bill de Blasio and his team actually hasn’t said whether it will give a clarification of how the additional money will be spent and won’t set up top administration authorities to affirm. The Council’s Finance Committee was planned to meet on Monday to examine a goal that would flag Council uphold for long haul getting, a measure the mayor has been pushing for quite a long time.

However, the meeting was delayed on the grounds that de Blasio’s administration hasn’t consented to affirm on the issue and has sent nothing recorded as a hard copy. Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal and Councilman Keith Powers both said they learned of the meeting’s delay on Thursday. Powers said the tangle explicitly had to do with the administration’s inability to consent to send high ranking representatives to affirm.