LOS ANGELES -- The California Supreme Court has refused to hear challenges to a proposed $922 million plan for redeveloping Hollywood, a decision that allows the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency to begin selling bonds for the project.

The 30-year program to revive the once-glittering section of Los Angeles has faced a roadblock since 1987, when a citizens coalition of home owners, renters, and others filed a lawsuit charging that Los Angeles acted fraudulently and violated state guidelines in drafting the plan.

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