New York City ended fiscal 2010 on June 30 with a $5 million general fund surplus, according to the comprehensive annual financial report released Friday by the city comptroller’s office.

“This past fiscal year saw New York City’s economy begin to crawl out of recession,” Comptroller John Liu said in a release. “However, no matter how well the city performs, our economic growth will be tied to the performance of the nation as a whole.”

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