New York City budget officials are scheduled to meet with executives at Standard & Poor's Corp. tomorrow in hopes of resolving questions about a substantial increase in the city's short-term borrowing needs.

The city is planning a $2.2 billion note issue on Wednesday $1.45 billion of revenue anticipation notes and $750 million of tax anticipation notes. according to the city comptroller's office.

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