CHICAGO — Detroit comes to market Wednesday with nearly $500 million of senior-lien water revenue bonds in a deal that could face headwinds from the city’s well-known fiscal woes along with the uncertainties being raised over the treatment of water and sewer debt in Jefferson County, Ala.’s bankruptcy.

Roughly half of the sale proceeds will finance the unwinding of 15 interest rate swaps tied to the water bonds.

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