Even though he mentioned that 20 fire companies would be closed to save $5.6 million to help the city's grim budget, the Daily News reports that Mayor Bloomberg will hold off on the closures, just in case the state comes through with some funds, saying, "I'm going to wait and see... We don't have a budget yet, and until then, there's no reason to do anything. There is a requirement of 45 days' notice before you close a company or a firehouse and we will comply with the law." The News says he was expected to send out the notices yesterday, but now he wants to see the city's tax revenue over the next few weeks.