DALLAS - Dallas may delay the sale of almost $400 million of general obligation bonds from November to May to save $15.7 million in debt service in an effort to cut the fiscal 2010 budget by another $100 million.

City manager Mary Suhm in February outlined a number of budget cuts and revenue increases that totaled $90 million. However, the materials prepared for today's budget briefing session by Suhm outline how a deteriorating revenue outlook will require additional reductions in next year's proposed $1.93 billion operating budget.

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