Analysts, officials see bright picture for N.Y.C., but warn against gimmicks

Kruger, Daniel
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/27/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30340, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that analysts and government officials have projected a surplus in New York City, New York's 1999 budget. Need to address long-term budget issues; Adherence to long-range planning; Reduction of reliance on nonrecurring revenue resources; Credit prospects; Short-term financial strength; Risks to aspects of the city's revenue projections.


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