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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY  AGENDA ITEM NO. 2

Meeting Date: November 27, 2001

Subject/Title: Annual Report

Submitted by: Gina Rozenski, Redevelopment Analyst

Approved by: John Stevenson, Executive Director


RECOMMENDATION 
By motion, accept the Blight Report and Property Report as required by the Health & Safety Code.


PREVIOUS ACTION
None


BACKGROUND
An amendment to the Community Redevelopment Law, as contained in the Health & Safety Code, requires that, in addition to the routine annual audit report, the State Controller’s Report, and the Housing & Community Development Report, three new annual reports be submitted to and accepted by the Redevelopment Agency within six months after the end of each fiscal year. The new reports include the following:

1. Blight Progress Report specifying the Agency’s progress in alleviating blight during the previous fiscal year.
2. Property Report describing properties owned by the Agency and those acquired in the previous fiscal year.
3. Loan Report identifying any loans made by the Agency that are $50,000 or more and which are in default or not in compliance with the terms of the loan.

Attached for the Agency’s review and acceptance are the Blight Progress Report and the Property Report (identified as “Land Holdings”). The Agency has made no loans, consequently, a Loan Report was not prepared for the past fiscal year.


FISCAL IMPACT
None.


Attachments:
1) Blight Alleviation Report
2) Land Holdings Report 
BRENTWOOD REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Brentwood and North Brentwood Redevelopment Project Areas

PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS LINK TO BLIGHT ALLEVIATION
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2001

PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS BLIGHT REMOVAL NEXUS
Deterioration/Dilapidation Incompatible Uses DepreciatedValues &Impaired Investments Economic Obsolescence Deteriorated/InadequateUtilities InadequatePublic Improvements
Utility Connection Assistance Program. RDA approved the expenditure of $104,333 of housing set-aside funds, coupled with $146,750 CDBG funds, for this program which provides zero-interest loans to connect water and sewer lines for low and very low income homeowners in nine target areas. √ √ 
First Street Parking Lot. Purchase of lot on the corner of First and Chestnut for the construction of a 20-space parking lot to provide additional parking in downtown area, to facilitate expansion of existing businesses and attraction of new businesses. √ √
Brentwood Boulevard Parking Lot. Purchase of lot on Brentwood Boulevard for the construction of a 12-space parking lot to provide additional parking in downtown area, to facilitate expansion of existing businesses and attraction of new businesses. √ √
Water and Sewer Line Improvements. Construction of water and sewer line improvements at 8310 Lone Tree Way for health and safety purposes. √ √ √ 
Amendment to North Brentwood Redevelopment Project Area to add Sunset Industrial Park. The Council and RDA commenced the plan amendment process to add territory to the North Brentwood Redevelopment Area, commonly referred to as the Sunset Industrial Complex, to facilitate the reuse of the existing light and heavy industrial uses along Brentwood Boulevard in an effort to eliminate conditions of blight. √ √ √ √ √ √
Village Drive Street Lights. The approval of matching funds to supplement CDBG funds provided thirty new and replacement street lights in the Village Drive neighborhood to eliminate conditions that jeopardized the health and safety of very-low, low- and moderate-income residents. √ √ √
Delta Theater Marquee. The RDA approved a grant for the restoration and rehabilitation of certain historical signs within the downtown area. √ 
Casitas Del Sol. Purchase of 159 Sycamore Avenue to remove existing blighted conditions for later disposition to a for-sale townhome development available to residents and workers of Brentwood. √ √ √ 
Replacement of Sewer Pipe Service at Davis Camp. Failure of a substandard private septic system servicing 17 very-low and low-income households resulted in an emergency replacement to eliminate a condition that jeopardized health and safety. √ √ √ 


BRENTWOOD REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
LAND HOLDINGS
October 2001


Address & APN Acquisition Date Purchase Price Acquisition Costs Total Current Land Use, Zoning and Parcel Size Comments
Southeast Corner ofOak Street & Walnut Blvd.013-232-006 March 31, 1988 $226,300 Unknown $226,300 Vacant Parcel;Retail/Office/Business (PD 37);1.68 Acres Corrected ownership from City to Agency by Council Res. No. 2345 dated 8/28/01; new Grant Deed recorded 9/18/01; purchased with funds from Brentwood Project Area. Held for possible conveyance for future retail/office development.
159 Sycamore Avenue016-150-002 March 30, 2000 $240,000 $7,663 $247,663 Single Family Residence;Multi-Family (R3);.91 acres Held for conveyance to RHS Construction in accordance with terms and conditions of DDA currently in negotiations for construction of townhome complex. Purchased with North Brentwood L/M Housing Funds. 
8436 Brentwood Blvd.013-100-009 January 19, 2001 $150,000 $1,455 $151,455 Parking Lot (under construction;Central Business;.17 acres (7405 sf) CIP #336-3125; Res. RA-34 $126,277 to Ransome Co. for construction of parking lot to serve DTN area; purchased and constructed using funds from Brentwood Project Area.
604 First Street013-110-010 April 21, 2000 $125,000 $1,263 $126,263 Parking Lot;Central Business;.17 acres (7405 sf) CIP #336-3118; RA-30 $154,000 for construction of parking lot to serve DTN area; purchased and constructed using funds from Brentwood Project Area.
Gregory Drive018-160-017 July 17, 1993 -0- -0- -0- Street1.76 acres Former private street was dedicated to RDA in exchange for funding water/sewer/storm drain connections and street and public improvements. APN no longer exists.


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