CHICAGO -- The Detroit City Council reversed itself yesterday when it approved energy purchase contracts with Detroit Edison that the council had rejected twice within the last month.

Bella Marshall, the city's finance director, said the 6-to-3 vote in favor of the contracts meant the city would "pull out all the stops" to proceed with the planned sale of the Greater Detroit Resource Recovery Authority's incinerator to Philip Morris Capital Corp. for tax credits.

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