CHICAGO — Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle Tuesday proposed a trio of tax increases in part to help address a pension shortfall that credit analysts have warned is one of the triple-A rated city’s main challenges.

The tax hikes are part of Suttle’s $676 million all-funds budget for fiscal 2011, including $178 million for capital improvements. The City Council will vote on the spending plan by September.

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