With New York City officials preparing to present a revised four-year financial plan this week, state Comptroller Edward V. Reagan yesterday released a report warning them to refrain from any bonding gimmick that "piles up higher costs in future years."

Such financing measures used in the recent past are expected to cost city taxpayers up to $400 million a year after fiscal 1995, the comptroller's report says.

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