Special Meeting and Public Hearing of the Berkeley City Council and the
Berkeley Redevelopment Agency on the
Proposed Ordinances to
Amend or Eliminate Certain Time Limits Contained in the Redevelopment
Plan for the West Berkeley Redevelopment Project Area
Council Chambers, 2134 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way
May 17, 2005 at 6:00 PM
A special joint
public hearing will be held by the Berkeley City Council and the
Berkeley Redevelopment Agency (RDA) in Council Chambers, 2134 Martin
Luther King Jr. Way Street, Berkeley, California on May 17, 2005, at
6:00 p.m. to consider approval and adoption of the proposed ordinances,
which would amend the Redevelopment Plan for the West Berkeley
Redevelopment Project Area to: (i) eliminate the time limit on incurring
debt, (ii) extend the effectiveness of the Redevelopment Plan for one
year, and (iii) extend by one year the time the RDA may receive tax
increment revenues from the Project Area, pursuant to California
Health and Safety Code Section 33333.6(e)(2)(D). The Ordinances
would not change existing boundaries of the Project Area.
A report on the
Ordinances will be presented at the hearing and include all
documentation required by the Community Redevelopment Law. The
report and Ordinances will be available for inspection in the City
Clerk/RDA Secretary’s Office at 2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley,
California on May 12, 2005. The City Council/RDA will consider evidence
and testimony regarding the Ordinances at its meeting of May 17, 2005
and, at its discretion, may adopt the Ordinances.
description of the Project Area is on file with the Alameda County
Recorder and the City Clerk/Agency Secretary’s Office.
Documents, the Ordinance(s), the report and related information are
available for review at the City Clerk Office, 2180 Milvia Street,
Berkeley, CA 94704. For further information, please contact Iris Starr,
RDA Coordinator, (510) 981-7520.
objecting to the Ordinances or the regularity of the proceedings may
appear before the Council/RDA to show cause why the Ordinance(s) should
not be adopted. Anyone wishing to speak at the public hearing may
receive a speaker card from the City Clerk at the start of the joint
meeting up until the closure of the public hearing.