New York State collected $133.5 million less in taxes arid fees than originally projected for the first four months of its 1994 fiscal year, but officials have taken the necessary steps to keep New York's $59 billion budget in balance, according to a report released yesterday by state Comptroller H. Carl McCall.

McCall attributed the revenue shortfall for the fiscal year that began April 1 to lower personal income tax collections.

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