While the final version of Harrisburg's financial recovery plan, released Friday, made no changes that addresses the incinerator-related debt that triggered its financial crisis, it made several adjustments regarding the structural deficit of Pennsylvania's capital city.

The plan, now 508 pages and written by Novak Consulting Group of Cincinnati, withdraws the requirements to implement a single tax rate and to merge the mayor's and City Council offices.

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