SAN FRANCISCO - California Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have helped the San Jose Redevelopment Agency and at least one other agency avoid a default triggered by expiring letters of credit.

The overall bill was designed to clean up several aspects of this year’s major redevelopment legislation, in which redevelopment agencies were abolished unless they agreed to make payments to support the state general fund as part of a “voluntary alternative redevelopment program.”

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