ALAMEDA, Calif. — A recent California appeals court ruling will require developers of many community facilities districts to pay so-called prevailing wages for all public improvements, whether or not they are financed with bonds.

The development could make it more difficult for many such projects to get off the ground, according to Los Angeles public finance and real estate attorney Lewis Feldman.

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