SAN FRANCISCO — Redevelopment agencies around California got zapped this week when lawmakers rolled out their proposal to address the state’s $24 billion budget shortfall.

The final budget proposal that emerged from the Legislature’s Democratic majority proposes shifting more than $1 billion from redevelopment agencies — $350 million a year, starting for fiscal 2009, which ends June 30, and continuing for two more years.

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