The Harrisburg Authority Monday night is set to vote on allocating up to $3 million to the city of Harrisburg that, if approved, would give Pennsylvania’s capital a much-needed liquidity boost.

Authority officials are reviewing whether to direct a portion of a $9 million payment the utility agency received earlier this year for swap terminations. The $3 million would flow into the city’s water fund. The administration could then use the money as it sees fit.

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