BRADENTON, Fla. – Jefferson County, Ala., is nearing the end of the nation’s second-biggest municipal bankruptcy case as it prepares to close on the sale of $1.7 billion of new sewer warrants on Tuesday.

Proceeds will pay off prior sewer system creditors holding $3.2 billion in defaulted warrants, which will be retired.

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