In its strongest rebuke of Mayor David N. Dinkin's handling of New York City's fiscal crisis, the city council yesterday presented an alternative fiscal 1992 budget that turns the mayor's planned budget on its head.

The city council version restores $220 million in spending to some programs, cuts $330 million from others, and supports less than half of the administrator's proposed property tax increases.

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