CHICAGO -- The Columbus, Ohio City Council has approved an $842 million bond measure for the November ballot.

The borrowing, approved Monday, would finance part of a $2.5 billion five-year capital plan. The top-rated city sets aside 25 cents on every $1 of income tax revenue to pay for debt service on its GO debt.

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