From the Morning Memo:

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli urged both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to set aside their ongoing feud and repair their relationship.

Interviewed on Capital Tonight on Thursday, DiNapoli said that Cuomo and de Blasio need to get along, if only for the good of both the city and the state.

“I certainly hope everyone lets off some steam. The mayor of the city of New York and the governor of the state of New York — these are very important players in terms of the future of millions of people in the city and state,” DiNapoli said. “They need to have a working relationship. They’ve had one in the past. Hopefully they’ll be able to get it back on track, we’d all benefit from that.”

De Blasio this week in an unusually candid interview criticized Cuomo’s approach toward negotiations in Albany, airing grievances that the governor has sought to undermine the mayor’s administration, sided with Senate Republicans in the closed-door talks and takes revenge on perceived opponents.

In turn, Cuomo has insisted he has to work well with members of the other party in order to accomplish things, even if that requires compromise.

“Whether it was correct or wise, he said it,” DiNapoli said of the mayor’s remarks. “I think the question now is how does everyone move forward.”

De Blasio’s remarks were a startling admission that the relationship between the governor and mayor had reached such a low point after lawmakers and Cuomo only agreed to a year-long extension of mayoral control of city schools.

DiNapoli has had a turbulent relationship with Cuomo in the past. The then-gubernatorial candidate in 2010 declined to endorse DiNapoli’s bid for a full term.

In government, DiNapoli’s office has differed with Cuomo over approaches to managing state spending and the budget, which has led to searing denunciations from the governor’s team.