CHICAGO — The Lombard Public Facilities Corp. in Illinois drew $1.5 million from reserves to cover debt-service payments owed this month on nearly $190 million of revenue bonds issued in 2005 to finance construction of a hotel and conference center in the village.

The corporation, which owns the struggling hotel complex about 20 miles west of downtown Chicago, used $911,000 in reserves to cover a shortfall in project revenues needed to fully make a $3.7 million payment owed on $118 million of Series A bonds. That came after the Lombard village board last week refused to approve an appropriation to cover the shortfall.

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