A $220 million Pittsburgh Parking Authority borrowing plan hit a snag Thursday as the agency’s board voted against hiring bond professionals to help structure the debt sale.

The borrowing initiative would help Pittsburgh avoid a state takeover of its pension system. Without it, Pennsylvania’s second-largest city faces the prospect of having to contribute 67% more to its pension plan.

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