Major creditors of Harrisburg, including Assured Guaranty Municipal Corp., have asked Dauphin County judge Todd Hoover to appoint Robin Davidov of Maryland as the receiver to take over Harrisburg’s incinerator.
Assured Guaranty is bond insurer for the incinerator, which is currently owned by the Harrisburg Authority.
The request comes just days after the Dauphin County court ruled that a separate receiver was necessary to oversee the operations and bond debt of the waste-to-energy incinerator that is responsible for Harrisburg’s $310 million liability.
Three days after the court ruling, the city’s state-appointed receiver, David Unkovic, unexpectedly resigned, leaving Harrisburg with two receiver positions to fill.
Robin Davidov retired last year as executive director of the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority, which controlled four waste-to-energy plants near Baltimore, Bloomberg reported.