The New York State Assembly is close to passing Suffolk County's bid to close its 1992 accumulated budget gap through deficit notes and a tax increase, a legislative source said yesterday afternoon.

The source said the Assembly is "99% certain" to pass the measure after days of wranging. The deal will mirror the legislation that the county has sought for months, though changes are possible.

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