HARRISBURG, Pa. — The rejection by Harrisburg’s City Council of a financial recovery plan by a state-sponsored panel has Pennsylvania’s capital city scrambling.

On Tuesday, the council, in a 4-to-3 vote that epitomized the division in the community, turned away a blueprint aimed at reducing the city’s $300 million in debt related to a failed incinerator retrofit project.

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