HARRISBURG, Pa. — Harrisburg, Pa., Mayor Linda Thompson yesterday delivered her first state of the city address, pledging to work with stakeholders to tackle $282 million of outstanding incinerator debt and bring Pennsylvania’s capital city into fiscal solvency.

The mayor’s speech came as the Harrisburg Authority, the issuer of the resource-recovery facility revenue bonds, said it will miss a $425,000 payment on May 1 to holders of Series 2002A bonds, according to ­Michele ­Torres, the authority’s executive director.

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