Suffolk County Executive Patrick G. Halpin and the county Legislature last week finally reached a compromise on implementing a $35.7 million tax increase to secure most of the $51.2 million of deficit notes slated for sale tomorrow.

The proceeds from the general obligation notes, being offered through negotiated sale by Prudential Securities Inc., as senior manager and bookrunner, will be used to close a gap in the county's budget for fiscal 1991, which ends Dec. 31.

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