Detroit will save $61 million next year under an agreement it reached with the city’s two retirement systems to spread out a five-year pension fund payment over seven years.

Last week the General Retirement System board voted to allow the city to save $13 million by extending to seven years from five years the period that the pension system has to pay for its losses.

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