Too Late To Oppose Harrisburg Recovery Plan, Receiver Says

Law360, Philadelphia (October 4, 2013, 2:07 PM EDT) -- The state-appointed receiver for Harrisburg on Thursday attacked the city controller's opposition to the financially beleaguered state capital's plan to restructure debt from a bungled incinerator project, telling the state judge who already granted preliminary approval to the plan that the filing came far too late.

Receiver William Lynch asked Commonwealth Court Judge Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter to strike City Controller Daniel Miller's objections to a plan for settling over $350 million in debt stemming from a trash-to-energy incinerator project, arguing that Miller missed his chance to...
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