WASHINGTON -- The District of Columbia council voted yesterday to levy new taxes and increase other taxes to finance a sports arena and a new convention center.

But the council also raised the prospect that revenues from a new "public safety" fee on businesses will be much lower than projected -- a development that could complicate financing for the sports arena and make it harder to balance the fiscal 1994 budget.

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