Philadelphia's oversight board last week gave the city its first installment of bond proceeds to pay off the fiscal 1992 deficit, which city officials now say is smaller than previous estimates.

The board, known as the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, also sent Philadelphia about $22 million to use toward long-deferred capital projects.

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