Felix G. Rohatyn, chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corporation for the City of New York, yesterday warned Mayor David N. Dinkins not to use the $1 billion of the corporation's funds included in a revised four-year financial plan to plug budget gaps.

Mayor Dinkins, who expressed confidence on Wednesday that his revised financial plan for fiscal 1993 through 1996 meets the criteria of structural balance, included $1 billion of the corporation's funds to balance the budgets for fiscal 1993 and 1994.

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