The Columbus City Council last week increased bonding authorization to pay off the city's liability to a state pension fund.

The city council originally authorized $26 million of bonds, but increased the total to $28 million after the Ohio Police and Firemen's Disability and Pension Fund decided on a discount rate for money owned to the fund, according to Michelle Kelly-Underwood, executive assistant to Columbus' auditor.

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