New York City Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi said Friday that a slump in property values could dramatically reduce the city's ability to issue general obligation debt in the near future.

"We are faced with what could be a serious threat to our capacity to issue general obligation debt in the upcoming years," Hevesi said in a press release that accompanied his annual report on capital debt and obligations.

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