Against the backdrop of tough economic times, Mayor David N. Dinkins yesterday presented a report card that graded how New York City provided services in fiscal 1991 and outlined "how many of our fears have come true and how many have not."

The report, a barometer of the city's quality of life, presented a vivid picture of fewer and fewer services being offered and more and more New Yonkers seeking public assistance.

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