Chicago Mayor Richard Daley is seeking City Council approval to sell up to $175 million of general obligation bonds in June to provide funding for the Chicago Public Schools for construction projects.

Daley introduced an ordinance seeking approval of the issue to the council at its meeting yesterday. The borrowing would mark the city’s second financing under the $1 billion Modern Schools Across Chicago program that Daley announced in 2006.

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