The Erie County Fiscal Stability Authority last week recommended 11 actions to save the county $16.5 million after it had rejected the county executive’s proposed $1.03 billion 2009 operating budget and four-year financial plan earlier last month.

The recommendations include allowing the authority to do a $75 million revenue anticipation note borrowing on behalf of Erie County in 2009 and for the county to consider cutting back on the proposed local portion of capital spending which the plan assumes will be $50 million annually from 2009 through 2012.

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