BRADENTON, Fla. — Moody’s Investors Service Tuesday placed DeKalb County’s ratings under review for a downgrade, citing a strained liquidity position, doubts about achieving structural budgetary balance, and a larger-than-anticipated decline in taxable values.

The action affects the Georgia county’s Aa3 rating on $415 million of unlimited-tax general obligation bonds issued through various public authorities, and the A1 rating on $18.9 million of appropriation-backed debt.

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