Sucessor Agencies ABx1 26

Our extensive practice under the Community Redevelopment Law, along with our attorneys’ prior experience as city attorneys, city planners, and redevelopment agency staff, gives Goldfarb & Lipman a rich set of experiences, relationships and knowledge relevant to the dissolution of redevelopment agencies.  Clients involved in the dissolution process–as successor agencies, housing successors, oversight boards, county auditor-controllers, other taxing entities, and private parties to redevelopment agency contracts—can draw on our complete understanding of the dissolution law, process, practice, and participants, and our ability to devise effective strategies and solutions to meet clients’ needs and goals.  Throughout the ongoing process of dissolving redevelopment agencies, Goldfarb & Lipman has authored numerous publications that constitute a major source of legal and policy guidance on the implementation of ABx1 26.