CHICAGO -- The Detroit City Council delivered another blow to Mayor Coleman Young's plan to sell the city's waste incinerator Friday when the council for a second time rejected energy purchase contracts crucial to the sale.

The city is counting on the proceeds of the $54 million sale of the Greater Detroit Resource Recovery Authority incinerator to balance its budgets for the last two fiscal years.

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