CHICAGO - Voters could face a crowded ballot this November in Columbus where city and school officials are putting at least seven new bond proposals on the ticket, including a $1.66 billion package that marks the largest bond proposal in the Ohio city's history.

Six of the issues being proposed by the city are part of a $3.3 billion, six-year capital improvement plan. Included is $1.1 billion in utility revenue bonds, of which about half would finance the city's effort to update its sewer system to meet federal Environmental Protection Agency standards.

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