Officials from Suffolk and Nassau counties in New York said yesterday their deficit bonding plans will likely proceed on schedule despite a recent court order that blocks the debt sales for the immediate future.

The counties' reaction came after last Friday's decision by Judge Harold J. Hughes of the state Supreme Court in Albany, who issued a temporary restraining order last Friday in response to a lawsuit filed by taxpayer activist Robert L. Schulz.

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