CHICAGO -- Chicago Public Schools Superintendent Ted Kimbrough has proposed raising property taxes to help offset a $185.5 million shortfall expected for fiscal 1993, which begins Sept.1.

The Chicago Board of Education's three-year financial projection, released last week, estimated a budget of $2.39 billion in resources and $2.58 billion in expenditures.

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