BURBANK, Calif. -- Pressure is mounting for redevelopment officials in California to advance long-term reforms or risk further state efforts to divert local revenue sources, a lobbyist said last week.

"We have to advance an alternative" that incorporates long-run revisions in redevelopment law, cautioned Kenneth Emanuels, a principal of his own firm and a lobbyist for California cities and redevelopment agencies.

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