CHICAGO — Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard unveiled what he called the triple-A rated city’s tightest budget in years, offsetting falling revenue by dipping into funds from the city’s lucrative downtown tax increment finance district.

The $1.05 billion all-funds budget covers Indianapolis and Marion County, which operate as a single government. The general fund budget totals $570 million, down $3 million from the current spending plan.

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