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Not Taking it Lying Down

Now the League of California Cities and the California Redevelopment Association are claiming the dissolution is unconstitutional and have asked the state Supreme Court to consider the matter? Via our sister site Curbed LA, news that the California's redevelopment agencies have pooled their pennies and taking their impending budget-mandated obliteration to court. Shutting down the agencies as wasteful was a key element in Brown's campaign to balance the state budget but gives the option for municipalities to fund their own. Today, back in San Francisco, our own Mayor Lee will ask the the Board of Supervisors to approve an $84M payment to the state to keep the SF agency in business. Just in case, we guess. [Curbed LA]