Comptroller Edward V. Regan of New York State yesterday lashed out at Mayor David N. Dinkin's proposed four-year financial plan, calling it inadequate and saying New York City could be "headed toward a rudderless situation."

In a report and in a speech, Mr. Regan warned that the city faces even wider budget gaps than the financial plan has forecast and that the plan omits serious cost and spending projections.

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