CHICAGO The Chicago city council yesterday passed Mayor Richard M. Daley's $3.5 billion fiscal 1995 budget, which calls for no new property taxes despite increased funding for police services and a scheduled $150 million general obligation bond issue slated for the spring.

The vote was preceded by nearly two hours of debate, with a bloc of minority aldermen rising to oppose the budget and, by extension, the mayor, who is up for reelection next year.

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