Los Angeles and Pasadena financial officials filed disclosure notices about the potential impact that Moody’s Investors Service’s downgrade of Bank of America could have on bonds issued by their cities.

The bonds listed by Los Angeles included nearly $1 billion of variable-rate wastewater system subordinate revenue bonds. Pasadena officials reported that $134 million of variable-rate demand refunding certificates could be affected.

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