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The State legislature passed and Governor Brown signed Assembly X1 26 dissolving redevelopment agencies throughout the state of California in 2011. The California Supreme Court upheld the legislation and set a dissolution date of February 1, 2012 when all redevelopment agency activities were suspended. Assembly Bill X1 26 established Successor Agencies and Oversight Boards whose purpose is to wind down the affairs of a dissolved redevelopment agency. For information about the activities of the Successor Agency and Oversight Board go to the link:
Although State law dissolved redevelopment agencies effective February 1, 2012, certain documents must continue to be provided on a city’s website for past activities of its agency This includes the Affordable Housing Database (AB 987). Please select the link below to view this document. For information regarding the Successor Agency to the dissolved Irvine Redevelopment Agency and the Oversight Board please click the link below.