WASHINGTON -- Virginia officials say recovery may not be in the picture, even though revenue collections have come in close to a late August projection for fiscal 1992's first quarter.

"We're right in line with the forecast," Paul W. Timmreck, Virginia's finance secretary, said last week. "There's no cause for alarm. But there's no sign of an economic turnaround, either."

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