The first city budget since Pittsburgh emerged from 14 years of oversight won nearly-unanimous final approval Tuesday, but not without drawing criticism from affordable housing advocates.

Touting the budget and the five-year outlook as “fiscally responsible,” Mayor Bill Peduto wrote in the document’s cover letter that the budget “positions the city for long-term financial stability.”

The $575 million operating budget does not include a tax increase and allocates funding for increased police and firefighter personnel.

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