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San Bernardino Mayor Morris Addresses City's Bankruptcy Concerns

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Published on Jul 11, 2012

San Bernardino City Council voted Tuesday night to authorize a bankruptcy filing. The vote gives City Attorney James F. Penman power to begin proceedings for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, which would free the city of much of its debt but maintain the mayor and council as decision-makers. Without filing for bankruptcy, the city - which has a deficit of $45 million - would likely be unable to meet its Aug. 15 payroll, according to Penman.

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