CHICAGO — Faced with aging infrastructure and a pledge to not raise taxes, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard wants to use public-private partnerships to raise new revenue that could fund water and sewer upgrades and other citywide projects.

Ballard’s proposals include some form of privatization of the water and sewer systems, the leasing of parking meters, and the possible privatization of the board that oversees sports venues and the city’s convention center.

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