I saw a couple of California redevelopment-related stories over the past week that seemed worthy of at least a brief comment.
First, a court decision involving a rather bold argument by a public agency.
The City of Loma Linda, like so many California cities, used to have a redevelopment agency. That redevelopment agency acquired property and embarked on various efforts to, well, redevelop things. When Governor Brown eliminated California's redevelopment agencies, many projects were left in mid-stream.
In the case of Loma Linda, the redevelopment agency purchased some ...
Ever since the Supreme Court issued its decision in the Matosantos case last December, facilitating the dismantling of California's redevelopment agencies, there has been talk of new legislation -- either in the "clean up" variety or in the substantive overhaul variety.
AB1484 probably qualifies as too substantive to be characterized as mere "clean up," though it falls short of a major overhaul of the system. And it ...
The last two weeks following the California Supreme Court's decision eliminating redevelopment have been nothing short of a whirlwind. Stories are flying all over the place on the decision's implications, whether redevelopment may be revived, or whether there may just be some small tinkering with AB1X 26. While the updates seem to be changing by the hour, here's what we know as of today:
- Senator Alex Padilla (D-LA) has introduced a bill to delay the dissolution of the redevelopment agencies until April 15, 2012. It's unclear if this is a delay tactic to give RDAs a chance to come up with ...
Most of us in the right of way profession are following closely the redevelopment lawsuit pending before the California Supreme Court. The decision could have widespread implications. So, to keep you fully informed, here's another quick update.
Yesterday, the California Supreme Court announced it will hear oral argument from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Thursday, November 10, 2011. For those of you up north who are keen on seeing the event in person, oral argument will be taking place at the Supreme Court Courtroom, Earl Warren Building, Fourth Floor, 350 McAllister Street, San ...
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