State-appointed receiver David Unkovic’s long-awaited financial plan for the struggling city of Harrisburg, Pa., is due Monday.

The city is roughly $310 million in debt, a figure about five times the size of its general fund budget, and has skipped about $65 million of bond payments related to a retrofit of its trash burner.

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