The Bridgeport Financial Review Board gave final approval last week to the Connecticut city's new three-year financial plan and five-year capital improvement plan.

Over the past five years, the oversight board has demanded changes each time the financially troubled city has put forward a spending plan. But this time members said city officials have created a responsible framework for fiscal progress over the next few fiscal years.

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