CHICAGO — After it courts buyers at an investor conference set for late next month, Chicago plans to offer up more than $3 billion of new-money and refunding general obligation water revenue and airport debt.

The City Council’s Finance Committee approved three bond sales and increases to various commercial paper programs at a meeting Monday and the full council will vote as soon as Wednesday on the measures.

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