ATLANTA - Atlanta and Georgia have hit another hurdle in their efforts to use tax allocation districts to redevelop blighted areas.

Fulton County tax commissioner Arthur E. Ferdinand is refusing to dole out school property-tax dollars that court-validated agreements specify be used to help pay debt service for about $400 million of tax allocation bonds issued by Atlanta for various redevelopment projects.

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