SAN FRANCISCO — San Jose officials said Monday’s downgrade of its lease revenue bonds by Moody’s Investors Service will cost the city more than $350,000 a year.

San Jose will have to pay more now that two of the three rating agencies have downgraded its general fund lease-revenue bond ratings, which are tied to the fees the city pays for letters of credit.

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