LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed several bills designed to restore some of the tools of the state’s mothballed redevelopment agencies.

Among the vetoed bills was Senate Bill 1156, also known as Redevelopment 2.0, which would have created an economic development tool to replace redevelopment funding lost in the dissolution by allowing municipalities to create joint power authorities to finance projects within sustainable community investment areas.

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