Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says the Democratic National Committee has reimbursed the city for the cost of President Barack Obama's $1.74 million election night rally.
DNC spokesman Brad Woodhouse says the payment was made recently. He attributes the five-month delay to complex issues that needed to be worked out with the city.
More than 100,000 people celebrated on Nov. 4 in downtown Chicago's Grant Park.
The Chicago Police Department racked up about $1 million of the cost. All the city's police officers were required to work. They cleared the park of rally-goers less than an hour after it ended.
Another big bill came from the Office of Emergency Management and Communications, which spent more than $120,000 that night.