CHICAGO — The Cook County Forest Preserve District, which boasts 68,000 acres of open space in the Chicago area, is selling bonds to entice more Chicagoans to camp out, among other things.

The $157 million sale, the district’s first in eight years, is set for Wednesday. It will substantially boost the district’s debt portfolio, which will total $197 million after the sale.

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