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DINKINS TO SEEK N.Y. CITY TAX INCREASE

Mayor David Dinkins plans to ask for $550 million in new taxes to balance his upcoming budget for the fiscal year 1991, city officials said.

About $180 million would come from increases in the city's real estate tax, $200 million from a three-year surcharge on the personal income tax and the rest from other city and state taxes, the unidentified officials told the New York Times.

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