Chicago Faces Record Tax Hike as Pensions Compound DeficitBy
Mayor Emanuel will pitch $588m property tax hike on Tuesday
City is facing $426 million deficit, $20 billion pension gap
Chicagoans are bracing for the biggest property tax increase in the city’s history as Mayor Rahm Emanuel contends with a budget shortfall and soaring retirement bills that have sent its credit rating tumbling.
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