The City Council will probe how monitors and special masters overseeing city agencies ordered to fix high-stakes failures are doing their jobs – and whether they’re stretching out the work to make a fortune off taxpayers.

Councilwoman Gale Brewer (D-Manhattan) said she was “very disturbed” after reading a Sunday Post report exposing how the city has forked over at least $111 million to these high-priced overseers handling ongoing cases, including fixing horrific conditions in public housing and jails.

Brewer credited the newspaper for shedding light on how the New York City Housing Authority, Department of Correction and other city entities have been under federal and state oversight for sometimes decades — with little to show for it.

“It bothers me that we have these very expensive monitors, but what really has been the outcome of their work?” Brewer said.

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