LANCASTER, Pa. — The public works agency that is buying the Harrisburg, Pa., incinerator could issue the bonds to pay for the purchase as soon as early November, its chief executive said.
"This is a big deal. If anyone can make it work, it's us," James Warner said Monday during a lengthy interview at Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority headquarters. "Our stakeholders are very supportive and gave us a vote of confidence in our ability to pull it off. It's a solid business plan."