New York City Comptroller John Liu called on the New York City Housing Authority to reject a plan to raise $750 million in a new bond issue, amid a crisis that threatens the authority's finances and operations.

Liu, citing "grave concerns over a deepening crisis that threatens the Authority's finances and operations," said the authority is sitting on $700 million in funds that it could use for building upgrades.

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