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Eight Cleveland banks agreed to a plan Tuesday to end the city's $10.5 million default and lend it $26 million. Cleveland went into default Dec. 15, 1978, when it failed to pay off short-term notes that carried interest rates ranging from 4 to 8 percent.

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