New York City agencies should work harder to identify savings, city Comptroller Scott Stringer said in his review of Mayor Bill de Blasio's $84.7 billion preliminary fiscal 2018 budget.

Uncertainty about federal cuts under Republican Donald Trump's presidency adds to the urgency, Stringer told reporters Tuesday at the David N. Dinkins Municipal Building in lower Manhattan.

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