CHICAGO — The St. Paul Port Authority and lawyers for a group of investors who hold some of its 876 Fund economic development bonds will return to court Nov. 1 as litigation over the fate of $51 million of defaulted outstanding debt moves towards a trial date.

A group of bondholders who hold about $20 million of the remaining $51 million of bonds issued for projects under the 876 Common Revenue Bond Fund — a long-struggling economic development fund established in 1974 — filed its latest complaint in June alleging the authority has misused assets pledged to bondholders.

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