Standard & Poor’s Monday lowered its long-term rating and underlying rating to BBB from A-minus on tax allocation bonds issued by the Banning Community Redevelopment Agency in California. The outlook was revised to stable from negative.

“The rating action reflects our view of the continuation of further declines in assessed value that cause lower debt coverage,” Standard & Poor’s analyst Alda Mostofi said in a news release.

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