Rochester will experience fiscal stress in the coming years, the office of New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in a recent report.

The state's third largest city is experiencing growing budget gaps, according to the report. The city has the highest rate of families living in poverty, 25.8%, of any of the state's cities. At 9.8%, the city's unemployment rate is significantly higher than the state average of 7.9%.

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