City manager Mary Suhm said last week that Dallas could have a $41.5 million revenue shortfall in fiscal 2009, which ends Sept. 1. She said the shortfall in fiscal 2010 could be as much as $100 million, although no definite amount was available.

Sales tax revenues are projected to be $20.3 million less than budgeted this year, Suhm said in a memo to the City Council, and Dallas also will earn $2.8 million less than projected in interest.

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