CHICAGO — Some struggling development districts around Omaha have turned to Chapter 9 bankruptcy as a way to restructure debt as they wait out an ailing housing market.

Like other so-called dirt-bond districts around the country, many sanitary and improvement districts, or SIDs, in the Omaha region have strained to meet debt payments since the collapse of housing values in 2008.

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