TAHOMA, Calif. — A new push is underway to reinvigorate local economic development financing in California after the 2012 shutdown of redevelopment agencies.

Several bills are winding through the state Assembly and Senate that try to reinvent economic development tools for municipalities primarily by using incremental growth in property tax revenues, as redevelopment agencies once did.

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