LOS ANGELES — A Victorville, Calif., airport authority facing U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fraud charges said it expected to default for the seventh time on bonds it issued to redevelop the airport from military to civilian use.

The Southern California Logistics Airport Authority announced in a Dec. 1 filing on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board's EMMA website that it would miss $4.3 million of payments due Monday.

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