New York lawmakers are facing a Tuesday noon deadline to approve a short-term spending measure if no budget deal is in place by then, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli on Friday told top legislative leaders. 

A budget extender must be in place by that time to ensure more than 50,000 state workers receive paychecks by Thursday, April 20. 

State lawmakers and Gov. Kathy Hochul continue to negotiate an estimated $227 billion budget plan that is now more than two weeks past due. 

Hochul and lawmakers have been at odds over making changes to New York's law that limits when cash bail is required as well as the creation of a statewide housing plan. 

Lawmakers were last in Albany on Monday this week to approve a second temporary spending measure that funds state government for seven days. 

Hochul on Thursday told reporters the budget talks remain ongoing, both in person as well as over virtual meetings. 

"We’re going to work hard through the weekend," Hochul said. "So, I’ve laid out my priorities for how to make New York safer, more livable and more affordable. And that’s the budget I plan to deliver."