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Presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget
 
Mayor Bloomberg presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan.  The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4 billion deficit for FY 2010 through nearly $1 billion in new agency gap closing actions, keeping controllable expenses virtually flat as well as revenue enhancements, including possible sales tax increases and long-term cost containment measures such as pension reform and efforts to reign in employee health care costs.  

Mayor Bloomberg presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan.  The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4 billion deficit for FY 2010 through nearly $1 billion in new agency gap closing actions, keeping controllable expenses virtually flat as well as revenue enhancements, including possible sales tax increases and long-term cost containment measures such as pension reform and efforts to reign in employee health care costs.
Mayor Bloomberg presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan.  The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4 billion deficit for FY 2010 through nearly $1 billion in new agency gap closing actions, keeping controllable expenses virtually flat as well as revenue enhancements, including possible sales tax increases and long-term cost containment measures such as pension reform and efforts to reign in employee health care costs.
Mayor Bloomberg presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan.  The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4 billion deficit for FY 2010 through nearly $1 billion in new agency gap closing actions, keeping controllable expenses virtually flat as well as revenue enhancements, including possible sales tax increases and long-term cost containment measures such as pension reform and efforts to reign in employee health care costs.
Mayor Bloomberg presents Fiscal Year 2010 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan.  The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4 billion deficit for FY 2010 through nearly $1 billion in new agency gap closing actions, keeping controllable expenses virtually flat as well as revenue enhancements, including possible sales tax increases and long-term cost containment measures such as pension reform and efforts to reign in employee health care costs.
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