A Harrisburg official who has been advocating a potential bankruptcy filing for Pennsylvania’s capital city released an alternative plan Wednesday that involves bondholders taking a potential cut on the $282 million of incinerator debt owed them.

The plan from Harrisburg Controller Dan Miller does not require the sale or lease of city assets. Miller is opposed to the city leasing or selling assets, in particular a parking garage that generates $4.5 million annually.

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