The chief executive of the waste management authority in line to buy the Harrisburg, Pa., incinerator that has been ground zero in that city’s debt crisis took exception to a Moody’s Investors Service report that said the acquisition could result in a “multiple-notch rating change.”

Moody’s late Friday affirmed its A3 rating and stable outlook to the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority’s Series 2006 resource recovery system revenue bonds. Lancaster County abuts Harrisburg’s county, Dauphin. Its own plant sits 18 miles from Harrisburg’s.

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