Lower than anticipated capital spending was the biggest single factor that helped drive New York’s spending below February projections for fiscal 2008 ending March 31, according to a preliminary year-end results released by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli last week.

The state spent $1.1 billion less on capital projects than anticipated in the governor’s February update of the financial plan. 

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