The Cook County Board of Commissioners passed a $2 billion all funds fiscal 1994 budget last week after 15 hours of deliberation.

The budget for the fiscal year that begins tomorrow reflects a compromise between commissioners who wanted to use surplus revenues to abate property taxes and the county administration that wanted to beef up the yearend balance and lessen the county's reliance on short-term borrowing.

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