A Pulaski County circuit judge has dismissed a Little Rock resident`s claims against a bank handling bonds issued by the city to pay for park improvements. Nora Harris had sued Metropolitan National Bank and the city, saying that the way money was used to pay for the parks was inappropriate. She argued that the city should have held an election before using any of the bond money for land on which the Clinton Presidential Library is being built. Beth Deere, lawyer for the bank, said Harris misintpreted Amendment 65 to the state Constitution. Deere said that amendment explicitly allows cities to borrow money without an election by issuing general revenue bonds. Other state laws prohibit from issuing bonds backed by tax revenues, and Harris had argued that those rules applied. After a hearing this morning, the suit was dismissed by Circuit Judge Collins Kilgore.