In a times-are-tough talk Monday delivered to the Board of Supervisors, Brown said reduced revenues due to the downturn in the economy dictated that he trim spending for most city agencies.

The mayor submitted a budget for the 2002-03 fiscal year, beginning July 1, of $4.9 billion, down 6 percent from current spending.

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