Leaders of the New York State Senate and Assembly yesterday confirmed they will meet Thursday with Gov. Mario M. Cuomo in Albany to resolve a number of items lawmakers failed to act on before the close of the 1992 legislative session.

Spokesmen for Assembly Speaker Saul Weprin, D-Queens, and Senate Majority Leader Ralph J. Marino, R-Muttontown, said the two will meet with the governor to discuss the unfinished items.

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