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  • A Board of seven Commissioners appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council oversees the CRA.
  • Under an “Oversight Ordinance,” adopted in 1991, policy actions of the CRA are subject to City Council approval.





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The index below includes CRA/LA Policies and other documents available for public review and comment.  These documents are available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.  Copy of documents no longer available online can be obtained from our Records Department by calling (213) 977-1925.


On December 29, 2011, the California Supreme Court ruled that Assembly bill x126 (the dissolution act" dissolving all redevelopment agencies in California) is constitutional and assembly bill x1 27 (the "alternative redevelopment program act" that would have allowed continued operations provided that agreements were made to make payments to fund schools and special districts) is unconstitutional.

Therefore As of January 31, 2012 CRA/LA will cease to exist. A new successor entity will be responsible for the administration of redevelopment and all its activities, including the dissolution and winding down of the CRA/LA. Unfortunately, due to these recent changes CACs and PACs will no longer be needed to provide an advisory position for redevelopment.


The Wilshire Center/Koreatown Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is an elected committee composed of project area residents, business persons, and representatives of other community organizations.

Members consult with and advise the CRA/LA on work program priorities and redevelopment activities.