New York State Senate Majority Leader Ralph J. Marino dropped a bombshell on New York City late yesterday, saying the Senate would not approve a $335 million income tax increase for its fiscal 1992 budget.

Mr. Marino, R-Muttontown, said Mayor David N. Dinkins's $1.1 billion tax package for fiscal 1992, which begins July 1, is "excessive and would force people out of New York." Included in the tax package is a property tax increase to generate $776 million.

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