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    Cook County Forest Preserve District Supt. Arnold Randall speaks during a Forest Preserve District board meeting on Oct. 5

    The $136.6 million proposed budget for the Cook County Forest Preserve District will allow county officials to rebuild forest trails, repair picnic shelters and restore thousands of acres of natural habitat. But financial storm clouds will keep gathering on the district’s horizon while leaders wait to hear if voters throw it a financial lifeline next year, district Supt. Arnold Randall told county commissioners on Thursday.

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