Proceeds from two bond deals designed to keep Harrisburg, Pa., out of bankruptcy fell "well within the range" of revenues projected over the summer, according to the city's state-appointed receiver, William Lynch.

"It reinforced our notion that our folks knew what they were doing," Lynch said late Monday after officially filing final papers related to the Harrisburg Strong recovery plan.

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