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Preckwinkle forecasts county’s smallest budget gap in a decade, no new taxes or fees planned

Por: Chicago Tribune Politics June 23, 2022

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Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle delivered a bit of good news ahead of Tuesday’s primary election: her administration’s budget gap forecast is the lowest it’s been since she took office. As a result, Preckwinkle said Wednesday she’s not planning any new taxes, fines, fees or layoffs in her 2023 budget proposal. “We’re going to just figure out how we can be more effective with the resources that we have,” she said.... + full article



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