SAN FRANCISCO — The Southern California Logistics Airport Authority said another round of defaults on its debt is on the horizon.

The SCLAA said in a disclosure filing to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board that it would default Dec. 1 on a combined $560,000 in principal payments due on its subordinate tax allocation bonds issued in 2007 and 2008. Last year, the authority defaulted on the same bonds on Dec. 1.

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