BRADENTON, Fla. — The Atlanta Board of Education on Monday affirmed its participation in two of the city’s tax allocation districts, clearing a major hurdle to advancing up to $200 million of bonds for the long-delayed BeltLine project.

The agreement settles outstanding issues with regard to retroactive and future tax-increment revenue for school district collected in the BeltLine and Perry-Bolton tax allocation districts, or TADs.

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