CHICAGO — Retiring Chicago Mayor Richard Daley unveiled a $6.15 billion 2011 budget Wednesday that relies heavily on a series of one-time revenues from reserves, surplus tax-increment financing funds, and debt restructuring to close a record $654 million shortfall without the need for tax, fee, or fine increases.

“I don’t believe it’s right to raise taxes with the economy as bad as it is,” said Daley, who announced last month he would not seek a record seventh term, in his last budget address before the City Council.

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