The California  Assembly has approved a bill that would permit the creation of infrastructure financing districts without voter approval.

Current state law permits local governments to establish IFDs to construct public works such as highways, sewers, and other infrastructure, financed with bonds secured by the growth in property tax revenue over 30 years, according to an analysis of the bill by Assembly staff. The analysis compared the financing method to that used by redevelopment agencies.

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