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MINUTES OF THE
CITY OF SAN RAMON – REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
September 10, 2013

A regular meeting of the Successor Agency of the City of San Ramon was held on September 10, 2013 at 7:02 p.m. in the City Council Chamber at City Hall, 2222 Camino Ramon, Chair Clarkson presiding.  PRESENT:  Agency Members Hudson, Livingstone, O’Loane, Perkins, and Chair Clarkson.
STAFF PRESENT:  City Manager Greg Rogers, Interim City Attorney Bob Saxe, Police Chief Scott Holder, Administrative Services Director Eva Phelps, and Agency Secretary Patricia Edwards.

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Contra Costa County District Attorney Mark Peterson led those present in the pledge of allegiance.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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PUBLIC COMMENT

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APPROVAL OF MINUTES

(#5.1) Minutes of the August 13, 2013 regular meeting.

Vice Chair Hudson’s motion to adopt the August 13, 2013 regular Successor Agency minutes was seconded by Mbr. Livingstone and passed 5-0.

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CONSENT CALENDAR

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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NEW BUSINESS

(#8.1) Resolution No. SA 2013-008 – Adopting a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the Period January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014 in Accordance with Health and Safety Code Section 34177(l) and (m).

Administrative Services Director Eva Phelps provided the report.  She stated that the proposed Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) information is similar to previous ROPS but the report format was changed by the Department of Finance.  The new format includes reporting of fund balance.  Previous lists of obligations included all the debt of the Redevelopment Agency.  The report includes three new items: the excess housing bond proceeds; capital projects; and the cost for preparing the Long Range Property Management Plan. 

Mbr. O’Loane stated that there appears to be a level of sensibility coming from Sacramento which allows the use of these funds by the City instead of sending them all to Sacramento.  Ms. Phelps reported that unspent bond proceeds were put back into the ROPS in April.  These funds are earmarked in the City’s Capital Improvement Program for ongoing projects.  She noted that every six months the Agency will review the bills for the next six months’ bills.  Once the ROPS is approved by the Department of Finance, the County will release the funds to the City.  Mbr. Perkins asked how long this process will continue.  Ms. Phelps responded that, unless the process is turned over to the County, the process will continue until the debt is paid off which is expected to be 2030.

Mbr. Perkins’ motion to adopt Resolution No. SA 2013-008 was seconded by Vice Chair Hudson and passed 5-0.

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PUBLIC COMMENT

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ADJOURNMENT

At 7:10 p.m., there being no further business, Chair Clarkson adjourned the meeting.

Bill Clarkson, Chair
Patricia Edwards, Agency Secretary

Approved at the November 26, 2013 Successor Agency meeting 5-0.

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