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 Mid City Corridor Redevelopment Project Area Committee members (PAC) are elected by the community at- large, and are certified by City Council. The PACs are community representatives of various stakeholder groups, which include property owners, businesses, homeowners, residential tenants and community-based organizations. Although individually elected, the Mid City Corridor PAC conduct monthly joint PAC meetings to consult and advise the redevelopment agency on redevelopment activities affecting their community.
Minutes will be provided upon request. Please contact Yonah Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org
Redevelopment Plan Amendment Process - Power Point
* The Mid-City Neighborhood Council (MINC) meetings:
Date: 2nd Monday of the Month
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 1809 West Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90019
- For more information about this Neighborhood Council, visit www.mincla.org or www.lacity.org (Mid-City Neighborhood Council)
*The United Neighborhoods of the Historic Arlington Heights, West Adams and Jefferson Park Communities Neighborhood Council (UNNC) meetings:
Date: 1st Thursday of the Month
Location: Council District 10 Field Office, 1819 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90006
- For more information about this Neighborhood Council, visit www.unnc.org or www.lacity.org (United Neighborhoods of Neighborhood Council)