CHICAGO — The Indianapolis Local Public Improvement Bond Bank tomorrow or Wednesday plans to price $112.3 million of notes to cover short-term cash-flow deficits for the city, Marion ­County, and the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library.

The issue is part of the bond bank’s regular, twice-annual borrowing to help local governments cover a mismatch in timing between expenditures and an influx of revenue.

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