BRADENTON, Fla. — Florida’s Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Authority has scheduled a meeting April 10 but a resolution to the agency’s ongoing default on $131.2 million of current- and capital-appreciation bonds is not expected to be on the agenda.

Four members of the board, the minimum required for a quorum, have agreed to meet in order to act on routine matters, board chairman Morgan Lamb said in an email.

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