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MINUTES OF THE
CITY OF SAN RAMON – REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

August 23, 2011

A meeting of the City of San Ramon Redevelopment Agency was held August 23, 2011 at 6:31 p.m. in the City Council Chamber at City Hall, 2222 Camino Ramon, Chair Perkins presiding.
PRESENT:  Agency Members Hudson, Rowley, Wilson, Vice Chair Livingstone, and Chair Perkins.
STAFF PRESENT:  Executive Director Greg Rogers, Agency Council Sheryl Schaffner, Deputy Executive Director Marc Fontes, and Deputy City Clerk Renee Beck.

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Chair Perkins led those in attendance in the pledge of allegiance.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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PUBLIC COMMENT

The Agency Secretary reported there were no requests for public comment.

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APPROVAL OF MINUTES

(#5.1) Minutes of the July 26, 2011 meeting.

Mbr. Hudson’s motion to approve the minutes of the July 26, 2011 meeting was seconded by Mbr. Livingstone and passed 4-0.  Chair Perkins abstained. 

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CONSENT CALENDAR

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WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

The Agency Secretary reported that the Agency has not received any written communications.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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NEW BUSINESS

(#9.1) Resolution RDA 2011-011 – Adopting an Enforceable Obligations Payment Schedule in Accordance with the Provisions of Health and Safety Code Section 34169(G) (AB1X 26, Stats. 2011, Ch. 5).

Deputy Executive Director Marc Fontes reported that the California Supreme Court issued a stay on Assembly Bills 1X 26 and 1X 27.  Legal counsel has advised that the Agency comply with the Enforceable Obligations Payment Schedule (EOPS) provision of AB1X 26 in the interim.  The EOPS must list all enforceable debt service obligations of the Redevelopment Agency (RDA).  This list must be posted on the City’s website and submitted to the Contra Costa County Auditor-Controller, the State Controller, and Department of Finance.

Mbr. Hudson indicated special attention should be paid to how much Redevelopment money is passed through to other government agencies such as Contra Costa County. Chair Perkins noted that the San Ramon Valley Unified School District receives almost $.5 million per year from the San Ramon Redevelopment Agency.

Mbr. Hudson’s motion to adopt Resolution RDA 2011-011 was seconded by Mbr. Wilson and passed 5-0.  

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At 6:40 p.m., there being no further business, Chair Perkins adjourned the meeting.

 

Scott Perkins , Chair
Patricia Edwards, Agency Secretary

Approved at the January 24, 2012 Redevelopment Agency meeting 3-0-0-2; Clarkson and Perkins abstain.

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