LOS ANGELES -- The embattled Southern California Logistics Airport Authority in Victorville, Calif. filed a disclosure notice on Sept. 17 notifying bondholders that it defaulted -- again -- on its bonds by missing a $1.2 million payment in June.

The city and airport authority officials are currently embroiled in a lawsuit with the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission over allegations of investor fraud.

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