CHICAGO - For the third year in a row, Chicago has projected a shortfall of more than $100 million in its budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

To help erase the gap, one alderman is suggesting that the city might sell delinquent property liens and fines to provide Chicago with a one-time cash infusion in fiscal 1994, which starts Jan. 1.

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