LOS ANGELES— Expenses outpaced revenues in Los Angeles by 1.2% forcing the city to dip into reserves, according to a preliminary financial report for fiscal year 2017 from City Controller Ron Galperin.

The preliminary financial report, which provides a snapshot of the recently concluded fiscal year, said that the city’s revenues increased by 4% over the prior fiscal year as expenses ticked up 5.2%.

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