The state-appointed receiver for financially ailing Harrisburg wants to close on the sale or lease of the city’s two main assets by the end of June — the incinerator that’s ground zero in the debt crisis in Pennsylvania’s capital city, and its revenue-producing parking garages.

It remains to be seen whether David Unkovic, who released a financial recovery plan for the city on Monday, can meet what he admits is a tight deadline of June 30. His proposed timeline itself, though, suggests bankruptcy is very much on the table.

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