Major W. Wilson Goode yesterday asked the Philadelphia City Council to postpone a vote on his plan to use $148 million of insured bonds for a long-delayed criminal justice complex.

Sources say the vote, which was delayed because negotiations on the deal are still under way, could take place within a week to 10 days. The council's session was slated to end this week, but it has been extended into next month to accommodate votes on several pieces of unfinished business.

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