Philadelphia officials and their bond advisers are working to find a way to save a $148 million bond plan for a new criminal justice complex after the city council last week approved a proposal they said had the potential to scuttle the deal.

The proposal, in the form of an amendment to legislation authorizing the bond sale, gives the council the authority to review final construction plans for the center and approve or reject the deal under certain conditions.

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