SAN FRANCISCO — The Southern California Logistics Airport Authority is facing a bond default because it cannot make a $10 million debt service payment due Thursday because of the legal uncertainty surrounding California redevelopment agencies.

The SCLAA, which is governed by the members of the Victorville City Council, said in a disclosure filing the default would happen because it will be unable to get a loan from the Victorville Redevelopment Agency, its normal method of covering short-term gaps in cash flow.

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