DALLAS — Dallas is facing a revenue gap in fiscal 2012 of at least $41 million, city manager Mary Suhm said Wednesday at the City Council’s first briefing on next year’s budget.

In the worst-case scenario presented to the council, Suhm said, Dallas revenue would fall by $44.7 million and expenditures would be $51.3 million more than in fiscal 2011, producing a $96 million shortfall.

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