BELL, Calif. — Nearly a year after an entirely new slate of City Council members were elected to replace corrupt officials, Bell, Calif., a Los Angeles-area working-class city of 50,000, is beginning to find its financial footing.

The Council approved a workout plan Wednesday night for the city’s $50 million of outstanding general obligation bonds, rejecting an idea proposed in August to refund the bonds.

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