ALAMEDA, Calif. — Less than six years after Oregon Coast Aquarium bondholders agreed to a substantial haircut to keep the nonprofit out of bankruptcy court, the facility is again struggling with its debt service requirements.

Trustee U.S. Bank NA issued a notice of default in December after the aquarium failed to make the full scheduled monthly payment to the debt service fund for its $12.965 million of revenue bonds issued in 2005 using the Oregon Facilities Authority as a conduit.

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