Nassau County, N.Y., officials are working to break a deadlock that could prevent the county from carrying out a plan to cover its accumulated budget gap with a general obligation bond issue.

Members of Nassau's six-member Board of Supervisors will meet with County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta today to iron out their political differences. So far, those differences have prevented county officials from implementing a plan to close a projected accumulated deficit of $130 million for fiscal year 1992, which ends Dec. 31, and fiscal year 1993, said David A. Vieser, a spokesman for the county executive.

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