New York state lawmakers and Gov. Kathy Hochul need a temporary spending measure in place by noon on Monday in order to meet payroll for 83,000 state workers, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli warned in a letter released Friday.

Getting the budget extension measure in place by then would ensure those workers at state agencies are paid in a timely fashion by Wednesday as a broader budget agreement remains elusive. Doing so by noon would "avoid any possible disruption" to state workers receiving their paychecks, DiNapoli said.

State lawmakers themselves will go without a paycheck until a budget agreement is finalized.

Hochul told reporters this week a second stopgap spending measure will likely be needed on Monday in order to fund state government, an indication that both the governor and Democratic leaders in the state Legislature remain at odds over reaching a final deal for the budget.

Hochul is seeking changes to New York's bail law that ended cash bail requirements for many criminal charges that would include ending a least restrictive standard for serious crimes. She is also calling for a statewide housing policy that is meant to add 800,000 new units over the next 10 years.

A budget extender was first approved on Monday to cover payroll affecting about 55,000 workers. A budget deadline of April 1, the start of the state's fiscal year, was missed on Saturday.

Republicans in the state Senate are calling for the budget extender bill to be released on Friday in order for them to have a better idea of what is in it before it's voted on Monday.