One of the big three New York credit ratings agencies warned Tuesday that it would be watching to see how Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the City Council close the $838 million gap in the Chicago’s 2020 budget — and that decision will be “pivotal” in determining the city’s credit worthiness.

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