By Mike Madrid
The loss of more than 400 redevelopment agencies across California dealt a massive blow to cities and counties in 2012.
The new financing authority will fund infrastructure improvements and attract developers in the Old Town and TOD Packing Housing District regions.
Redevelopment and “the naked guys” were both subjects broached in the second episode of the Behind the Bill podcast featuring State Sen. Scott Wiener last week.
"I will go to the Legislature and say that we’re bringing it back."
Score one for the little guys.
Three proposed ballot measures could fundamentally alter the financial future of Orange County’s largest city, and have ramifications for other cities in the surrounding area.
Secretary of State Alex Padilla will headline the 2015 Social Innovation Summit in Los Angeles, focused on bringing together people from different sectors to help reimagine and rebuild America’s ci
The city of Los Angeles has received a preliminary price tag for implementing Mayor Eric Garcetti’s vision of revitalizing the Los Angeles River -- $1.2 billion.
The city of Tustin has filed suit against the state of California seeking $42 million in property tax money that was lost when the state abolished redevelopment agencies.