Harrisburg should sell its incinerator to help pay down $220 million of outstanding debt tied to the facility as the city will not have cash to meet payroll or other bills by the fourth quarter of 2011, according to a long-awaited fiscal recovery plan issued Monday afternoon.

The Novak Consulting Group, which compiled the recovery plan, urges Pennsylvania's capital city to avoid a filing for bankruptcy and look toward asset sales and leases to get out from under its incinerator debt.

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