SAN FRANCISCO — The massive bankruptcy filing of the developers of the Lake Las Vegas resort may be heading to a resolution this year, with the debtors proposing a Chapter 11 exit plan they say will provide the best outcome for municipal bonds affected in the filing.

Muni bonds aren’t at the center of the bankruptcy. But over the years, more than $100 million of land-secured local improvement district bonds were sold to finance infrastructure for the resort development, which is located 24 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip.

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