New York Gov. Mario M. Cuomo yesterday called on the staffs of the state Legislature to return early from their annual recess to work on unfinished items, including a host of bonding proposals.

When the state's 1992 legislative session ended Friday morning, lawmakers still had not determined the fate of several key financing measures. This legislation included: deficit bonding proposals for the Long Island counties of Nassau and Suffolk; New York City's authority to issue bonds through negotiated sale; and an $800 million bond act for jobs and economic development.

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