SAN FRANCISCO - Half Moon Bay, Calif., may sell judgment obligation bonds to pay off a debt to a developer that has caused speculation that the city could be forced to declare bankruptcy.

City manager Michael Dolder Friday said the city of 12,300 has no need for such drastic measures. Instead, he's pursuing two options simultaneously - a loan through the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank and the sale of judgment obligation bonds.

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