ALAMEDA, Calif. — With the fate of California redevelopment agencies still unknown, the agencies are rushing deals to market at an accelerated pace — and appear to be paying a steep price for it.

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed to eliminate redevelopment agencies when he released his budget proposal in January. If he gets his way, the state’s 425 local RDAs will be abolished, with successor agencies created to oversee their remaining contractual obligations — such as the tax-allocation bonds the agencies issue.

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