New York State officials are projecting that the state will end the 1994 fiscal year on March 31 with a $38 million surplus.

The projected surplus, announced Friday by the state budget division, would mark the second straight year that the state has produced a budget surplus, indicating that state officials are doing a better job estimating revenues and expenditures.

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