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File #: 18-1580    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Informational Report Status: Passed
File created: 11/26/2018 In control: County Administrative Office
On agenda: 12/4/2018 Final action: 12/4/2018
Title: Compensation Agreement and Amendment between the County of Humboldt and City of Eureka Redevelopment Successor Agency for Future Disposition and Development of Four (4) Former Eureka Redevelopment Agency Properties
Indexes: Build interjurisdictional and regional cooperation
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Compensation Agreement, 3. First Amendment to Compensation Agreement

To: Board of Supervisors

From: County Administrative Office

Agenda Section: Consent

SUBJECT:
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Compensation Agreement and Amendment between the County of Humboldt and City of Eureka Redevelopment Successor Agency for Future Disposition and Development of Four (4) Former Eureka Redevelopment Agency Properties
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RECOMMENDATION(S):
Recommendation
That the Board of Supervisors approve and authorize the County Administrative Officer to execute the attached compensation agreement and amendment between the County of Humboldt and City of Eureka Redevelopment Successor Agency.

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SOURCE OF FUNDING:
City of Eureka Redevelopment Successor Agency

DISCUSSION:
As part of the 2011 Budget Act, and in order to protect funding for core public services at the local level, the Legislature approved the dissolution of the state's Redevelopment Agencies (RDA). After a period of litigation, RDAs were officially dissolved as of Feb. 1, 2012. Under the Dissolution Act, all authority, rights, powers, duties, and obligations of the former RDAs are vested in successor agencies. These agencies are charged with the responsibility of paying off existing debts of the former RDAs, disposing of properties and assets of the former RDAs in an appropriate manner to help pay off debts and return revenues to the local government entities that receive property taxes. Property tax revenues are used to pay required payments on existing bonds, other obligations, and pass-through payments to local governments. The remaining property tax revenues that exceed the enforceable obligations are now being allocated to cities, counties, special districts, and school and community college districts, collectively referred to as taxing entities.

The attached compensation agreement and amendment will ensure that each taxing entity receives a payment "in proportion to their share of the base property tax" from the net proceeds from the use and/or eventual disposition of ...

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