BRADENTON, Fla. - Two Jefferson County, Ala., commissioners yesterday again urged the county to for file municipal bankruptcy as it attempts to keep delaying a federal hearing that would determine if its debt-ridden sewer system should be place under the control of a receiver.

Commissioners Jim Carns and Bobby Humphryes released a five-page statement describing why they think the county should file for bankruptcy. They criticized recommendations of court-appointed special masters as to how the county could raise revenues and improve the sewer system's operations.

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