Successor Agency (replaced Redevelopment Agency as of February 1, 2012)
CITY OF SAN BUENAVENTURA CORDIALLY INVITES ALL INTERESTED
(Posted Aug 2, 2016)
Request for Proposals (RFP)
Purchase of Former Redevelopment Property for Development
The City of San Buenaventura (“City”) is seeking proposals for the purchase and development of two Successor Agency Parcels, which are non-contiguous parcels totaling approximately 15,450 square feet (APN 073-0-041-160 and 073-0-041-040), and two City of San Buenaventura owned non-contiguous parcels totaling approximately 26,650 square feet (APN 073-0-041-190 and 073-0-041-030) in Ventura, CA (the “Site”). The Site in total consists of 4 parcels totaling 42,100 square feet. Proposals must include acquisition and development of both parcels and seek to leverage with adjacent private property on the same block in order to achieve the best development quality, design, use and efficiency for Downtown including, but not limited to, improved private parking. Hard copies are available for review at City Hall in Planning - Room 117 and City Clerk – Room 204.
Contact Ryan Kintz, Management Analyst (805) 654-7723 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals are due Thursday, 9/15/16, 5:00pm.
Site 7 RFP Attachments
- Site 7 Capacity Analysis
- City of San Buenaventura Successor Agency Long Range Property Management Plan /City of San Buenaventura Successor Agency Long Range Property Management Matrix
- DOF Revised Letter of Approval dated February 20, 2014
The Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency has adopted the following resolutions to date:
#2012-001 ROPS III Approval
#2012-010 Successor Agency Election
#2012-011 Successor Housing Agency
#2012-024 Adopting LRPMP Pursuant to Health & Safety Code Sect 34191.5
#2012-045 Reimbursement & Operating Agreement
#2014-009 Mission Park Apartments Certificate of Completion
For information regarding the Successor Agency or Oversight Board please contact:
Dori Boyer, Management Technician, email@example.com or (805) 654-7732
Long Range Property Management Plan
At their June 10, 2013 meeting, the Successor Agency approved Resolution 2013-024 regarding the Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP) which was subsquently approved by the Oversight Board with minor revisions. Attached is the revised plan that was submitted to the Department of Finance, State Controller and the County of Ventura on November 22, 2013.
Recognized Obligations Payment Schedule
On September 24, 2012, the Successor Agency passed Resolution No. 2012-001 Approving Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPSIII) for the Period of January 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2013”.
Amended Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule
RDA Project Area Map
With the California Supreme Court upholding the State’s legislation AB 1X 26, effective February 1, 2012, all Redevelopment Agencies within the State cease to exist.
All redevelopment activities that had previously existed under the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Buenaventura (“Agency”) have thus, ceased.
AB 1X 26 provides that the City of San Buenaventura (“City”) will be the “successor agency” to the Agency and responsible for the wind down of the Agency’s affairs. The activities of the City, as successor agency, will be overseen by an oversight board, comprised primarily of representatives of other affected taxing agencies, until such time as the debts of the Agency are paid off, all Agency assets liquidated and all property taxes are redirected to local taxing agencies.
AB 1X 26 also allows the City, as the entity that created the Agency, to elect to retain the housing assets and obligations of the former redevelopment agency. The City approved this election on January 30, 2012 thus all rights, powers, duties, and obligations of the former redevelopment agency affordable housing functions shall be transferred to the City.
If you have further questions, please contact the Community Development Director’s office at (805) 658-4723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following is a required posting listing the Agency’s enforceable obligations.
California Supreme Court rules to uphold Assembly Bill 1X 26, abolishing Redevelopment in California!
On December 29, 2011, the California Supreme Court announced its decision in CRA v. Matosantos, by upholding AB 1X 26 (the assembly bill that eliminates Redevelopment in California) and striking down ABX127 (the bill that would have allowed Redevelopment agencies to continue after making a payment to the state).
On Monday, January 9, 2012, the Ventura City Council will be presented with a Director's Report regarding what this Court decision means for Redevelopment in Ventura and what the next steps will be. City Council meets in Council Chambers on the second floor of Ventura City Hall at 6:00 p.m. You may also follow the meeting online through the City’s website.