The closing of Harrisburg's financial recovery plan "is not the end of anything," according to the state-appointed receiver in Pennsylvania's capital.

"It's the end of this phase of it, but now we move into a newer phase where the whole focus of activity will be more operationally oriented, more day-to-day city activity as the city comes to grips with changing the way it's done business for years," William Lynch told reporters after filing closing papers to the so-called Harrisburg Strong plan on Dec. 23.

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