At a meeting of the New York State Financial Control Board on Friday, state Comptroller Edward V. Regan said he would not introduce his much publicized resolution to force New York City to persent a structurally balanced financial plan that included a time-table and goals.

The decision to drop the resolution was made moments before the seven-member panel, which includes Mr. Regan, held a public meeting to discuss the city's fiscal 1992 budget and proposals to create a structurally sound financial plan for fiscal 1993-96.

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