The insolvent city of Central Falls repaid $4.1 million of tax anticipation notes on time last week, Rhode Island officials said.

The city, which is switching from court-appointed receivership to state receivership, used $3 million of cash on hand and $1.1 million of state reimbursement for school repairs to pay off the notes. Receivership is Rhode Island’s equivalent of bankruptcy.

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