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San Diego Deficit Prompts Painful Public Service Cuts

SAN FRANCISCO — San Diego, the second-most populous city in ­California, faces a $179.1 million deficit in its general fund budget for fiscal 2011 as a continued slide in tax revenue and growing pension costs force the city to consider its most painful cuts in public services yet.

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