Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday withdrew the tax allocation bond ratings on four successor agencies to California's dissolved redevelopment agencies affecting $71.8 million in debt.

The move by the ratings agency follows a Feb. 28 report by Moody's analysts saying if successor agencies did not provide what it deemed to be necessary information in the post-RDA dissolution world it would no longer rate them.

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