The New York State Financial Control Board said yesterday that New York City's financial condition has improved significantly during the current fiscal year, but called on officials to develop a plan to cure the city's long-term budget problems.

In its quarterly review of the city's 1992 fiscal year, the control board attributed the city's strengthened financial condition to the establishment of the Local Government Assistance Corp., created by the state in 1990 to speed aid payments to municipalities, and improvements in the city's so-called Program to Eliminate the Gap.

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