DENVER -- The city of Denver's 1994 airport finance plan is nearing completion, but the most important ingredient -- a start date for Denver International Airport -- remains unknown.

At yesterday's airport committee meeting of the city council, city officials introduced a resolution designed to alert the public that Denver might issue $81 million of bonds to replace airport system reserve accounts. The resolution is a legal requirement by the U.S. tax code.

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