Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- The commission of Jefferson County, Alabama, which filed for a record municipal bankruptcy in November, authorized the hiring of a person to manage its $4.2 billion debt.
The official will have the title of director of capital structure and investments, and he or she will be paid $5,000 biweekly.
The commission today approved the resolution 4-0 in Birmingham.
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