Jim Kennedy

California Redevelopment Association

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Interim Director of the California Redevelopment Association

Jim Kennedy on KCRW

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.

Redevelopment in California is Over, at Least for Now

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.

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