New York City's budget director told a municipal analysts group Friday that Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani will use city charter powers to balance the fiscal 1995 budget if the city council cannot come up with $800 million in cuts.

"The mayor will move ahead and implement the cuts" by Dec. 3 if the council does not act, said Abraham Lackman, director of the Office of Management and Budget, at a luncheon hosted by the Municipal Analysts Group of New York in Manhattan.

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