Talk of lawmakers leaving town early in June was premature, as legislative leaders in the Assembly and Senate indicated they would stay through the scheduled end of the session on June 20.

“We’re here to work,” said Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie. “We’re scheduled to work through June 20. Unless some miraculous happens, we’ll stay here through June 20.”

Leaving early might not necessarily play well for lawmakers facing competitive re-election races this fall. Still, it’s tempting to see the Legislature want to wrap up early: There are no major deadlines approaching for sunsetting issues like mayor control of New York City schools or rent control.

At the same time, the Senate faces a more acute issue: At least one of their outgoing members, Republican Tom Croci, is not expected to return for the rest of the year, leaving an even narrower gap in the closely divided chamber between Democrats and GOP lawmakers.

But even if the end of the session is devoid of major concerns for now, there are still the matter of bills of local concern that lawmakers need to tackle for their home districts.

“It depends on what you mean by things getting done,” said Deputy Senate Majority Leader John DeFrancisco. “There’s a ton of local bills that may not have a lot of significance for people statewide, but matter a heck of a lot to people in their districts.”