CONFIRMING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE NORTH SHATTUCK BUSINESS
IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004; DECLARING COUNCIL'S
INTENTION TO LEVY AN ANNUAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE NORTH SHATTUCK BUSINESS
IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004; AND SCHEDULING A PUBLIC
HEARING FOR JUNE 17, 2003, TO CONSIDER LEVYING A RENEWED ASSESSMENT
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004
State Property and Business Improvement District (PBID) Law of 1994
authorizes cities to establish parking and business improvement areas
for the purpose of imposing assessments on properties in business
districts for certain purposes; and
on October 8, 1996 the Berkeley City Council established such an area
known as the North Shattuck Business Improvement District (the
the North Shattuck Association has submitted an Annual Report on the
North Shattuck Business Improvement District for FY 2003; and
the Annual Report and materials attached to it on file with the City
Clerk contain a detailed description of the boundaries of the North
Shattuck Business Improvement District; and
said Annual Report and exhibits on file with the City Clerk also
contain information on the method and basis for levying the assessment
and a recommendation that this method and basis be continued for
Fiscal Year 2004.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Berkeley as
The City Council confirms the Annual Report of the North
Shattuck Association for Fiscal Year 2002.
The City Council intends to levy assessments on properties
located within the boundaries of the District in the amounts and on
the business classifications set forth in Exhibit A of the Annual
Report, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
A public hearing shall be held before the City Council on the
17th day of June 2003 in the Council Chambers, 2134 Martin Luther
King, Jr. Way, Berkeley, California. Following the hearing the Council
will consider adoption of a resolution levying an assessment as
recommended by the North Shattuck Association Board.
At this hearing the Council will hear all interested persons
for or against the levying of such an assessment.
The City Clerk is directed to give notice of said public
hearing by causing the Resolution of Intention to be published once in
a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Berkeley not less
than seven (7) days before the public hearing.
technical information, please contact Ted Burton, Economic
Development, (510) 981-7536.