SAN FRANCISCO — San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed proposed a freeze in redevelopment spending in California’s third-largest city to prepare for a $75 million state raid on the local budget.

Reed late last week proposed a fiscal 2009-10 budget for the San Jose Redevelopment Agency that would make no new commitments on capital expenditures, suspend payments of committed funds and encumbrances that are not contractually required, and prohibit the agency from entering into any new agreements to spend committed funds.

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