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Designation Process for Community Redevelopment Areas
A public meeting begins the designation process. Several steps will have to be accomplished before the Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) becomes a reality.
- Adopt the Finding of Necessity
This will formally identify the blight conditions within the targeted area and establish the area boundary. Once approved by the County the CRA Board can be setup. Typically, the CRA Board's first action will be to prepare a plan.
- Develop and adopt the Community Redevelopment Plan
The plan addresses the unique needs of the targeted area and includes the overall goals for redevelopment in the area, as well as identifying specific projects. The CRA Board must approve the plan with local planning advisory boards approval and a public hearing prior to submission to the County for approval.
- Create a Redevelopment Trust Fund
Establishment of the Trust Fund enables the Community Redevelopment and Economic Policy Analysis Division to direct the increase in real property tax revenues back into the targeted area. This step will be accomplished through a County ordinance.
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