BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The state board that oversees Bridgeport met yesterday, and while hampered by the city's bankruptcy filing, again called on the city to balance its budget.

On an 11-to-1 vote, the Bridgeport Financial Review Board told the city to get its financial house in order by cutting spending or raising revenues. Mayor Mary C. Moran cast the only vote against the resolution.

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