SAN FRANCISCO - The San Diego City Council preliminarily approved the city's first public bond issues in five years this week.

California's second-largest city hopes to return to the market in January with as much as $309 million of water revenue refunding bonds, followed by a $329 million mix of new-money and refunding debt in April or May.

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