DALLAS -- Houston Mayor Robert Lanier has proposed a $1.45 billion budget for fiscal 1993 that is balanced by one-time revenues and debt, including a $25 million bond package to come before voters Aug. 8.

The plan, which is for the year that began July 1, would raise the city's property tax for operations to its legal limit, though the overall levy would be unchanged.

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