Chicago’s Bills Will Increase in 2017 as Pension Costs EscalateBy
City forecasts smallest budget shortfall in decade next year
Projected gap assumes enough revenue for $902 million payment
Chicago will live up to its fiscally-challenged reputation in the coming year as its pension liabilities soar.
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