New York City's fiscal 1992 budget gap could widen by at least $100 million because of higher-than-expected pension fund needs, according to bond documents and city officials.

Information on the city's pension liability was added to the city's official statement on Dec. 19 for a $985 million bond offering sold the day before. The move came after Robert C. North Jr., the city's actuary, earlier that day told trustees of the New York City Employees Retirement System that the city may have to contribute an additional $30 million to $60 million in fiscal 1992.

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