The Nassau County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $1.9 billion budget for the 1993 fiscal year, including a controversial plan to sell $65 million in deficit bonds.

The budget for fiscal 1993, which begins Jan. 1, emerged as part of a deal worked out between Joseph N. Mondello, the Republican supervisor of Hempstead, and Lewis J. Yevoli, the Democratic supervisor of Oyster Bay.

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