Redevelopment in California is Over, at Least for Now

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The State Supreme Court has given Governor Brown his wish: that property taxes to redevelop so-called "blighted" areas be diverted to schools and other "core services" of government. More than 400 redevelopment agencies run by cities around the state have been put out of business, but that does not immediately free up all of the $6 billion they raise and spend every year. It has created a mess.

Credits

Guests:
Timm Herdt - Ventura County Star, Bill Fulton - Rice University - @BillFultonVta, Jim Kennedy - California Redevelopment Association

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Frances Anderton, Anna Scott