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City Council Preview Includes Governor Brown Money Grab

City_Hall_2Following their summer hiatus, the Santa Clarita City Council will be back at City Hall Tuesday night at 6 p.m.

In addition to the Historic Preservation Ordinance profiled in a separate article a number of other topics will come before the council, including:

Item 12: ADOPTION OF AN ENFORCEABLE OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE

The City of Santa Clarita calls Governor Brown’s grab of city redevelopment money “probably illegal”. While lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the bills work their way through the system, city staff is recommending the Redevelopment Agency Board adopt the Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule (EOPS) and direct Agency Staff to comply with the reporting and posting requirements of the EOPS statute.


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Item 3: INSTALLATION OF ADDITIONAL MONUMENTS AT VETERANS HISTORICAL PLAZA

City Council will consider the installation of a plaque to recognize State Senator William J. “Pete” Knight, and install recognitions of Assemblyman George Runner and Senator Knight on the Donor Wall for their efforts in securing the site for Veterans Historical Plaza.

Item 14: NORTH COPPERHILL ANNEXATION

Proposed adoption of a Negative Declaration and authorization for the City Manager to submit an application to the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) requesting annexation of approximately 2,475 acres of land to the City of Santa Clarita for the North Copperhill area.

For a look at the Santa Clarita City Council agenda click here.

City Council Preview Includes Governor Brown Money Grab

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