California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg's legislation, SB1, would have re-created redevelopment in "sustainable community areas" near transit. The Times wrote: "Lawmakers proposed replacements [for redevelopment] last year, but it was too early to start over. This year, it should have been a different story. SB 1 by Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento), which would have created Sustainable Community Investment Authorities to succeed the CRAs, almost made it to Brown’s desk — almost. At the last minute, Steinberg held the bill back for fear of a veto, but he should put it near the top of his agenda when the Legislature reconvenes in January. And Brown should sign it." Read the story here.
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