A U.S. Justice Department trustee last week appointed a committee to represent retirees who hold the biggest claims against the bankrupt city of Vallejo.

The San Francisco Bay Area city owes retirees more than $200 million in unfunded pension and health care benefits. By comparison, it owes about $49 million to Union Bank of California, the letter of credit provider that now holds the vast majority of its outstanding bonds.

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