Harrisburg receiver William Lynch and state officials late Monday filed their long-awaited debt recovery plan for the city, which at first glance looked as complex as the deals that impoverished Pennsylvania’s capital city.

Boiled down, the 357-page, four-year plan, titled “Harrisburg Strong,” calls for eliminating incinerator and structural debt through an expected $130 million from the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority for the incinerator that has been Ground Zero in the city’s debt crisis androughly $260 million coming into the city through a public-private partnership for the lease of parking garages.

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