The New York State Comptoller's office issued a report Tuesday assessing the deterioration of Monroe County, N.Y.'s financial condition and calling for a "corrective action plan" for the county's budget problems.

In a move Monroe officials have termed coincidental, the county made the report public the same day it announced it would switch the competitive sale of about $155 million in bond anticipation notes and revenue anticipation notes to a negotiated sale.

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