CHICAGO -- As Detroit gears up to file its plan of adjustment this month in its historic bankruptcy, the chief mediator in the case ordered the city to meet with bondholders in mediation sessions next week.

Chief District Judge Gerald Rosen, who is overseeing negotiations between the city and its creditors, on Tuesday ordered Detroit to meet with bondholders over its planned treatment of its unlimited-tax general obligation bonds, limited-tax GO bonds, and nearly $6 billion of water and sewer debt. The meetings are set to be held in New York next Monday and Tuesday.

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