San Diego - Some redevelopment agencies in California will scurry to market in coming weeks to avoid new restrictions imposed by a reform law that takes effect Jan. 1, according to redevelopment officials.

The measure imposes various new restrictions on redevelopment activity in California, including tightening the definition of blight for urban renewal activities. It also imposes new time limits on redevelopment plans and on incurring and repaying debt.

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