Today, the following City Successor Board to the Redevelopment Agency meeting replaced any previously scheduled Planning Commission meeting for Monday, November 30, 2015 on the City Calendar; however, there was also no Agenda posted for a Planning Commission meeting.
The City of Pacifica Successor Agency to the City of Pacifica Redevelopment Agency will meet at the City Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Boulevard. The meeting begins at 5:30 PM.
|City loan to prior Redevelopment Agency|
for Rockaway Beach parking, $3,237,150.
Enforceable State tax obligation, $136,442.
City of Pacifica Agenda, 11/30/15, pdf pages 19.
1. Roll call, welcome and introductions.
2. Approve 9/29/15 Minutes.
3. Consideration and approval of second amended long-range Property Management Plan, with minor, technical and clarifying revisions to the Plan. Resolution, pages 5-8.
4. Public comments.
5. Board Comments.
From the above Agenda, computer pages noted below.
Resolution. page 6. ...."... The City of Pacifica loaned $3,237,150 to the Redevelopment Agency to finance implementation of the Redevelopment Plan, including the construction and improvement of off-street parking lots. .... ...The Redevelolpment Agency owned six parcels of real property containing approximately 35,100 square feet which had been developed for surface parting lots utilizing City funds loaned to the Redevelopment agency..." Page 7. .... "September 22, 2015, the California Legislature enacted SB 107... amending various provisions of the Redevelopment Dissolution Law. ... such parking lots and facilities do not generate revenue in excess of reasonable maintenance costs of the properties. Whereas, the Oversight Board hereby finds and determines that that the parking lots are dedicated solely to public parking; that the parking lots do not generate any revenue whatsoever; and that the City incurred, and continues to incur, reasonable and necessary cost for maintaining the parking lots."
Overview (background information). Page 11. ... "March 1986, the Pacifica City Council adopted a Specific Plan pursuant to the California Planning and Zoning Law for the Rockaway Beach area within the City. ... Page 12. .... "In July 1986, the City Council adopted a Redevelopment Plan for the Rockaway Beach Project Area. ... .... .
In June 2000 and December 2009, the Former RDA adopted Implementation Plans for the Rockaway Beach Redevelopment Project. The Implementation Plans reported that the activities carried out by the Former RDA had resulted in the completion of visitor-serving commercial uses, three hotels, a new off-street parking lot and improvements to existing parking areas. At the time the Former RDA was issolved, it owned a total of six parcels which were developed for two inter-connected surface parking lots located on the same block. These parking lots were an essential prerequisite for the development of nearby commercial properties, and the loss of the parking lots would leave those properties with little or no off-street parking spaces to serve their customers and occupants. In addition, the parking lots are located a short distance from public beach and open space areas and are available for public users of these recreation aras. The parking lots are open to the public, operate free of charge and do not generate any revenue. The City provides funding for necessary maintenance and repairs."
Page 13, comment .... The Successor Agency believes that the market value of the parking lots is severely constrained by the absence of other parking to support existing development and by applicable City planning policies, rules and regulations which envision continued use of the parking lots for public parking."
Page 15, 16, Location chart/map. Page s 17-19, State of CA/Department of Finance, "Long-range property management plan checklist".
Reference, 9/29/15 Meeting - Agenda, Resolution, Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS), 04-2015, Resolution 04-2015 (ROPS 15-16B). and ROPS Payment Summary, Detail,15-16B. Page 1, items H, I, enforceable tax obligation, $136,442. Minutes 9/29/15. Redevelopment Successor Agency Archives.
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