The mayor of Collingswood, N.J., criticized Moody’s Investors Service for imposing a rare “super downgrade” on it — six notches to Ba1, or junk status, from A1, affecting $27.8 million of outstanding rated debt.

“We’re not given a fair picture,” James Maley, mayor of the borough seven miles southeast of Philadelphia, said in an interview Tuesday.

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