SAN FRANCISCO — San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders proposed a $1.1 billion fiscal 2011 general fund budget that would close a $28.2 million deficit.

California’s second-biggest city approved an extraordinary 18-month spending plan in December that closed a $179.1 million budget gap, but the additional $28.2 million budget gap opened in the ensuing months amid further declines in projected revenues and an increase in the city’s required pension contribution.

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