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SACRAMENTO, CA-With the California Assembly’s recent decision to dissolve redevelopment agencies in the state, more than 400 RDAs are sorting through the complicated process of determining ongoing debt obligations, understanding cash flows and eventually selling properties—all while thinking through new ways to finance and achieve economic-development priorities. At this point, the situation is murky, and investors, developers and financing firms are sitting tight until the agencies finish assessing the projects on their slate. Some will remain state-sponsored projects, others put up for sale, and still others scrapped entirely, but just which projects fall into each category remains to seen.

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