CHICAGO -- Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago yesterday announced a $220 million bonding program, mainly for road and sewer work.

The mayor's plan calls for issuing $160 million of general obligation bonds for roads and other infrastructure projects. The rest, $60 million of revenue bonds, will be used to build 26 miles of new sewers and for other sewer-related projects.

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