N.Y.C. Budget Surplus Expected for Fiscal 2001, But Gaps May Soon Follow

McKaig, Ryan
December 2000
Bond Buyer;12/22/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31043, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the expectation for a budget surplus by the city government in New York, New York. Amount of additional revenue; Concern over projected budget gaps for 2002 to 2004; Increase of spending on debt service and education.


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