The New York City Council passed a $63.1 billion budget Tuesday evening that includes $8.92 billion of bonds to be sold to partially finance the city’s capital program.

The adopted budget appropriates $11.17 billion for capital spending in the fiscal year beginning July 1, according to budget documents posted online following the vote, approximately $830 million more than proposed in the Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s executive budget.

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