Update on Redevelopment Law: Litigation Proceeds - Uncertainty Continues

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True to their promise, the California Redevelopment Association, or CRA, and the California League of Cities, or CLC, petitioned the California Supreme Court on July 15, 2011 for a writ of mandate challenging the Legislature's adoption of ABX1 26, providing for elimination of California redevelopment agencies (RDAs), and ABX1 27, exempting from elimination any RDA that agrees to make its share of a $1.7 billion voluntary contribution of its revenues to other local government needs. The CRA also asked the Court to implement a temporary stay of ABX1 26 and 27 pending the outcome of the litigation. Separately, 10 Southern California cities and their redevelopment agencies filed a complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief and a petition for a writ of mandate with the Superior Court for Sacramento County on September 26, 2011.

The Court has indicated that it intends to rule in the case before the January 15, 2012 payment deadline for the first installment of the ABX1 27 voluntary payments. Until then, redevelopment activity is in suspense, other than speculation on the possible outcomes of the court case and advance planning for the period following the ruling.

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