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2 Chicago museums seek higher fees

The general admission fees for the Art Institute and Museum of Science and Industry could go up in part because the city is now charging for water and sewer service. Those expenses used to be waived. The Chicago Park District's board of commissioners will consider the fee increases at Wednesday's meeting. The proposed increase of $2 to get into the Art Institute would take effect Feb.
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