DENVER -- Moody's Investors Service says the general obligation bond ratings of some Colorado cities may suffer if the municipalities' tax increment district bonds are troubled.

In a recent report, Moody's said that because the urban renewal or downtown development authorities that issue the special revenue bonds are created and partially controlled by cities, there are often financial ties linking the bond ratings of the authority and the city.

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