New York State Comptroller H. Carl McCall yesterday called on the state"s Financial Control Board to play a "more prominent role" in helping New York City deal with its budget woes. while releasing a report detailing serious problems with the city's fiscal 1995 budget.

The report comes as city agencies begin to cul $250 million from their spending, and prepare to slash $200 million more in response to-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's plan to keep the city's $31.6 billion fiscal 1995 budget in balance. The city's fiscal year began July 1.

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