The Dauphin County, Pa. commissioners voted to approve $170 million in revenue bonds related to the parking lease deal in Harrisburg, Pa.’s debt-recovery plan.

The Oct. 30 vote came one day after the City Council delayed a similar vote. Asset transfers by the city and county are procedural to adoption of the Harrisburg Strong plan, which the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania approved on Sept. 19.

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