Spending cuts and revenue enhancements have reduced the estimated shortfall in Chicago's fiscal 1993 budget to $66 million from $116 million, city officials said last week.

But Karen Danczak Lyons, Chicago's budget director, warned that the shortfall for the fiscal year, beginning Jan. 1, could creep up again.

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