DALLAS - Moody's Investors Service said last week that a fourth consecutive yearly drop in Dallas County property values continues to pressure local agencies as they finalize fiscal 1993 budgets.

Moody's analysts said in a statement that despite $1 billion in new residential and commercial property, many Dallas County taxing districts continue to see a decline as existing property values keep falling two years after many local officials predicted a rebound would begin.

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