Although the District of Columbia currently is bedeviled by cash-flow problems, city officials said last week they hope to be able to avoid a return to costly borrowings in the tax and revenue anticipation note market.

"We would like to avoid Trans and try to get some systemic reforms," said Ellen M. O'Connor, deputy mayor for finance.

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