New York City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman released a revised report yesterday saying the city now faces a $257 million to $357 million budget gap in its fiscal 1992 budget.

Her estimates are much higher than the Dinkins administration recently forecast, and she urged Mayor David N. Dinkins to address the budget gap in a revised four-year financial plan due in January.

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