Yet another New England city has its eyes on bankruptcy, as local budgets bear the double burden of declining revenues and sagging state aid.

Chelsea, Mass., has been unable to collect taxes so far this year, and the city has not paid vendors for two months, city auditor David A. Hahesy said yesterday.

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