SAN FRANCISCO — City Council members in Vallejo, Calif., will judge a long-term budget plan Tuesday that outlines a way for the bankrupt city to crawl back into the black.

The proposed five-year plan would tackle $195 million in unfunded pensions and cut health care benefits for retirees across the board, reducing city liabilities by $100 million, raising current employees’ benefit costs, and creating a rainy-day reserve.

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