CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Thursday introduced to the City Council ordinances seeking approval for up to $500 million of general obligation bonds and the authority to refund up to $250 million of sales tax revenue bonds.

The deals would mark the first major bond offerings from the city since Emanuel took office in May and installed a new finance team led by chief financial officer Lois Scott.

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