SAN FRANCISCO — San Diego has shifted $215 million of future debt payments for its ballpark to its redevelopment agency in an effort to skirt the governor’s proposal to help fix a budget crisis by closing RDAs.

Officials hope to save $11.3 million in annual debt-service payments by extending an agreement with the redevelopment agency to pay the city to cover debt service through 2032 on lease revenue bonds tied to Petco Park.

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