CHICAGO - The Chicago City Council yesterday approved issuance of $185 million of debt for infrastructure improvements, marking the city's first bonding for that purpose since 1987.

The program will include the issuance of $150 million of general obligation bonds and $35 million of bond anticipation notes for fees and capitalized interest associated with the bonds, according to Walter Knorr, the city's comptroller.

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