New York City's enacted $59.59 billion fiscal 2010 budget is balanced but options to close projected multibillion gaps in the future have narrowed, according to reports released ahead of a meeting of the city's control board yesterday.

The New York State Financial Control Board held its annual meeting yesterday in Manhattan with Gov. David Paterson, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and city Comptroller William Thompson Jr.

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