Tax revenues in New York City are projected to fall by $5 billion over a two year period as the economy falters, the New York State comptroller’s office said in a report last week.

While the city will end its current fiscal year in balance, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed fiscal 2010 budget relies on measures worth $2.1 billion that require action by the state Legislature and municipal unions.

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