Pennsylvania Education Secretary Ron Tomalis expects to decide by Tuesday on a request by the chief recovery officer of the Harrisburg school system to delay his final financial recovery proposal.

The system has $265 million of debt principal outstanding, which if interest is counted at current rates, could cost the district $437 million over 25 years, Gene Veno, the recovery officer, and a financial consultant confirmed at a community meeting in the capital city Thursday night.

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