SAN FRANCISCO — Wenatchee, Wash., and a local public facilities district hope to sell bonds to resolve a $42 million default on notes used to fund a public arena.

The City Council put in place the first step of the rescue plan after it voted earlier this month to impose a 0.2% sales tax increase in the city following legislation by Washington lawmakers that let them move ahead with the tax without a public vote.

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