LOS ANGELES - San Diego officials are readying the city's first tax-exempt bond issue for a new sewer improvement plan after a U.S. District Court judge approved the bond sale last week.

San Diego is expected to sell between $300 million and $500 million of revenue bonds this fall, following months of wrangling over upgrades to the city's sewer system and treatment plants, said Patricia T. Frazier, financial management director for the city.

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