Pataki proposes reserve fund to close gaps

Kruger, Daniel
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/18/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30333, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on New York Governor George Pataki's proposal to create a Debt Reduction Reserve Fund in the fiscal 1999 to close the state's out-year budget gaps. Budget planned for upstate counties damaged by ice storms in January 1998; Reductions in the state's spending for 1999.


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