CHICAGO -- Holders of ChicagoCalumet Skyway bonds and the city of Chicago ended 22 years of litigation yesterday when a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit over the toll road's bond default.

Meeting in U.S. District Court Judge James Moran's chambers, attorneys for the two sides agreed to the dismissal in the wake of a May 24 refunding of the skyway's $90.2 million of outstanding revenue bonds, which effectively made moot the skyway bondholders' lawsuit against the city.

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