HARRISBURG, Pa. -- A 40-year public-private partnership involving Harrisburg’s parking assets -- a major component in the proposed financial recovery plan for Pennsylvania’s capital city -- would provide a back-end revenue stream and avoid a Chicago-type fiasco, according to a receivership official.

“What I can promise you is that this will not be like Chicago, where you sit back and say damn, we should have gotten more,” Steven Goldfield, the financial advisor to the Harrisburg receiver’s office, told the City Council on Tuesday night.

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