While a state takeover looms for Harrisburg after the City Council on Tuesday night again rejected a financial recovery plan, Pennsylvania’s capital will be able to meet its general obligation bond obligations and make payroll for the rest of the year.

For the third time in three months, the council rejected the plan under the state’s Act 47 program for distressed communities, again by a 4 to 3 vote. But the council, voting separately, approved a $7.4 million, 10-year lease extension with the Harrisburg Parking Authority regarding three garages.

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