The chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corporation for the City of New York yesterday breathed new life into a beleaguered $1 billion, five-year bailout plan for the city. But a strict deadline and strings are attached to the plan.

In a corporation board meeting yesterday morning, Felix G. Rohatyn, chairman of the corporation, released a memorandum that lists what the city and other entities need to do to get the sale moving.

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