LOS ANGELES -- In the face of spirited opposition from wealthy home owners, the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency plans to sell nearly $20 million of tax increment bonds within five years under a plan adopted last week establishing an earthquake recovery district in the city.

But the first bond issuance is not scheduled until October at the earliest, and may not happen at all if the home owners go ahead with a threatened lawsuit against the agency.

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