Citizens Against New Local Taxes  (CANLT)

"Proposed LVUSD Educator Townhomes"  


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8/15/2011

The City of Agoura Hills dissolved its Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency on 8/11/2011.  Therefore it appears there is no longer an RDA "state mandate" to construct affordable housing.  However, in a telephone call made to Assistant City Manager in August, 2011, he said the future of the proposed Fountain Place Villas and/or other affordable housing is uncertain at this time.  Background information from earlier this year, regarding this proposed project, is available below.





Spring 2011
SEE ABOVE FOR CURRENT INFORMATION.
The information directly below is information from earlier in 2011.

 
HELP STOP THE PROPOSED
"Low-to-moderate-income
"FOUNTAIN PLACE VILLA - EDUCATOR TOWNHOMES"
allegedly designated for and prioritized to LVUSD employees
from being built on-site at Agoura High School. 
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THIS PROPOSED PROJECT & 
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP STOP THIS PROJECT.

  


This page will be dedicated to providing information about this proposed project and will be updated as time and information permit.   If you receive additional relevant information that is not included on this site, please forward a copy to us at:   CANLT2010@gmail.com.
 

The City of Agoura Hills plans a "cooperative project between the "Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency" (AHRDA) and the "Las Virgenes Unified School District" (LVUSD) to build "Fountain Place Villas" - "Educator Townhomes" to be built specifically prioritized for LVUSD/Educators, not the general public.   The proposed development would occur on a vacant portion of land on-site at Agoura High School at Easterly Road & Fountain Place.  See map, and other documents, below.


CITY DOCUMENTS:
- MAP SHOWING PROPOSED LOCATION HERE and HERE.

- Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency Plan HERE
- Agoura Hills Redevelopment Map HERE
- Agoura Hills Redevelopment Map Current HERE
- Agoura Hills Five-Year Implementation Plan HERE (RDA was created 20 years ago, in 1992)
- Agoura Hills Affordable Housing Implementation HERE
  • The land is currently vacant and owned by LVUSD.    LVUSD already signed a "lease" (which is as of 2/18/2011 still not fully legally executed by the City, and thus either could cancel or abdicate the lease).   LVUSD signed this lease with the AHRDA around January 2009. LVUSD   Supt. Zimring says the total lease amount for the 65 years is $750,000, while Agoura Hills Asst City Manager says the amount is slightly over $1 million.  Either is a pittance compared to LVUSD's ~$100 million annual budget.  Over a 65-year period, assuming the current annual budget of $100 million/annually, the LVUSD budget over the 65 years would be $6,500,000,000 -- SIX BILLION FIVE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS (which assumes zero inflation, which won't be the case).  LVUSD argues it "needs" the $750,000, but that total, for a 65-year lease, seems absurdly inconsequential compared to SIX BILLION FIVE HUNDRED MILLION dollars.           See a YouTube video HERE of an excellent parallel to the inconsequential nature of this 'deal'.
  • But now the AHRDA controls the use of that land, via its lease of it.  The AHRDA plans to use it to construct 16 low-to-moderate-income housing units, allegedly designated for/prioritized to LVUSD employees.  Building homes under the guise of "Educator" or "Teacher" housing is a far easier "sell"  to the public than "low-to-moderate income housing", although any LVUSD staff, e.g., teacher, cafeteria worker, janitor, secretary, grounds worker, etc. could theoretically purchase the units.
  • The City has now already held a public comment period, which ended February 28,2011.  However, there will still be time for the public to attend future "Public Hearings" to state opposition to the project.  See the next point for more information.
  • The next steps in this process are  for the AHRDA and Agoura Hills Planning Commission to hold "Public Hearings" (expected in late March or early April 2011).   Detailed information is below.   If approved, it would then go to the Agoura Hills City Council for a vote.   LVUSD signed the tentative lease to the City of Agoura Hills in January 2009 -- HERE   It appears this project was largely kept secret from the public until mid-January 2011.  The City has said it initiated this proposed project.  The City, in conjunction with LVUS,D is now railroading this project on a very fast track,  in part perhaps because Gov. Brown intends to close all California RDAs.
This proposed housing project would be on-site on Agoura High School. IT IS A BLATANTLY INAPPROPRIATE USE OF THIS LAND. 

This land should be used to construct additional needed parking.  Some finger-pointing is occurring between LVUSD and the AHRDA, attempting to confuse the public.    FACT:   it is LVUSD's responsibility, not the City's, to provide adequate parking at Agoura High School.  LVUSD alleges it has plans for additional parking elsewhere but refuses to provide us those latest plans.  That land, approximately 1.2 acres could provide approximately 120 - 180 additional parking spaces for Agoura High School, according to expert studies.    FACT:  LVUSD has already signed the initial lease agreement with the AHRDA, so now it is the City of Agoura Hills and its AHRDA who will control the use of the land (once they make final lease payment to "fully execute the lease" (not yet done as of 2/18/2011).

This project would NEGATIVELY affect THOUSANDS of people who:     live around AHS, attend AHS,      who will later attend AHS,      who drop off students at AHS,      and the THOUSANDS of people who use Driver Avenue daily.
  Traffic and parking problems surrounding AHS are already extremely problematic.   That lease should be canceled/abdicated, and LVUSD should use that land to construct the needed additional parking, not leased for 65 years (for ~$1 million total for the entire 65 years period) to the AHRDA for the City to build 16 homes for LVUSD staff.  Based on studies, LVUSD could use this land and create between 120-180 needed additional spaces.

Even putting the whole issue of inadequate parking surrounding Agoura High School aside, 
  • THIS PROJECT IS  NOT AN APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS LAND.
  • IT IS NOT AN APPROPRIATE USE OF PUBLIC TAXPAYER DOLLARS.
  • IT IS A MISUSE OF LVUSD PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND.
  • IT IS A BLATANT MISUSE OF THIS PARTICULAR PARCEL OF LAND.
  • LUVSD & the AHRDA should serve the needs of the many, not the wishes of a few. 
The City of Agoura Hills should construct any alleged mandated affordable housing elsewhere within its RDA boundaries  The AHRDA alleges it must meet a state "mandate" to construct or provide 40-50 "affordable housing units"by 2014; the AHRDA has ample land elsewhere within the AHRDA boundaries, & the time also, to build these units elsewhere -- not on-site at Agoura High School.   It has the land, and the time, to build elsewhere.  The City should abandon this proposed project, the lease, and then strongly encourage LVUSD to do the right thing and (LVUSD to) construct needed additional parking on that land instead.   Both parties could agree to cancel/abdicate/terminate the lease, & the City absolutely CAN choose not to make the final payment thus effectively terminating the lease.    

 
NOTE:  Further, since Governor Brown has announced plans to eliminate all California Redevelopment Agencies, plans for any affordable housing by the Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency (regardless of location) should be deferred until final determination as to whether Redevelopment Agencies (including the AHRDA) will be eliminated.

LVUSD CHOSE to construct a new Performing Arts Center (resulting in a loss of 142 parking spaces (source:  LVUSD email).  LVUSD ALSO CHOSE to admit an influx of students on INTER-District permits (in 2009/10 2,314, or about 20%. of students in LVUSD schools were out-of-district students attending our schools on INTER-District permits (source: California Dept. of Education, 1/11/2011.)   This addition of out-of-district students worsens traffic and parking around all LVUSD schools, including AHS.   LVUSD is responsible for AHS parking (not the City).  LVUSD must be accountable for its own actions by addressing the problems they created; they must utilize their OWN existing vacant land to construct additional parking to mitigate for lost parking and additional parking needs generated by the influx of out-of-district students. - and cancel/abdicate the lease of that to the AHRDA to build homes on-site at AHS specifically for LUVSD employees.  Were LVUSD to use this land (~1.2 acres) for parking,according to expert parking studies, it could be used to provide between 120-180 direly needed additional parking spaces for AHS.
 
  
SEE BELOW FOR MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT, AND HOW YOU CAN HELP STOP IT.  Email CANLT2010@gmail.com for more info.


   

3-8-2011
Added subpage for the Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency,
to the Agoura Hills CA Main Page, to show history, annual State reporting, etc.



2-25-2011

See Page 1 and Page 2 of the latest CANLT Flyer for an overview of the latest info available.  
Opposition is growing as more of the public becomes aware of this project.

 
BELOW ARE LINKS to recent newspaper articles, press & letters regarding the Proposed LVUSD Townhomes. 


The Acorn, 2/24/2011, Editorial
"Make affordable housing open to all"

The Acorn, 2/24/2011, Cartoon
(Be SURE to see this GREAT cartoon!)


Town & Country HOA OPPOSES PROJECT, HERE, 2/14/2011


The Acorn, 2/10/2011
"Redevelopment near campus questioned by residents"     "A city workshop meant to inform the community about a potential affordable housing project at Agoura High turned into a protest by residents who oppose the homes and say more parking is needed at the high school. ..."
    [Audio-recording of Workshop will be added HERE.]

OLDAGOURANEWZ.COM  1/26/2011 "Local Homeowners and Parents Oppose Condo Development"     "60 or 70 local homeowners attended a workshop at Agoura High School on the evening of January 25 to listen to a presentation by the City of Agoura Hills regarding a low to moderate income condo development proposed for a one acre parcel of property on the Agoura High School campus.  ....Nearly every speaker was opposed to the project."



Ventura County Star, 1/26/2011
"Residents oppose affordable housing project for teachers, prefer parking lot"
"A town home project in Agoura Hills that is supposed to provide affordable housing for local teachers is facing opposition from many residents who say additional parking for students should be built there instead. ..."


More articles & Letters to the Editor

(to add more on 2/11/2011)


2-12-2011

-Added LINK to televised LVUSD School Board Meeting held 2/8/2011 . The Proposed Educator Townhomes was on the Agenda (Item 52) for discussion but not action. Supt Zimring gave a brief presentation.  Nathan Hamburger, Agoura Hills Asst City Manager then gave a brief presentation. In this meeting, LVUSD stated it signed the lease around 2008. However, the AHRDA can abdicate the lease if it chooses.  Several speakers subsequently spoke out to oppose the project.   In this televised meeting,  evidence suggests LVUSD Supt. Zimring made at least one false statement  (contadicting verifiable factual information stated by one speaker), and evidence also suggests he also made a significant misrepresentation (contradicting evidence provided by another speaker), to his Board & the public. 
 

    (1) A speaker, Barbara, said in part "... you had 1700 staff around 2009/10...".  As she left the podium, Supt. Zimring  contradicted the speaker (
(around 1:33:30 into the meeting, HERE), when Zimring said,  "Just one correction ... the District has NEVER had 1700 staff members.  We currently have 1100 and at our peak we had 1200 staff members, so I don't know where that number came from".  Barbara replied (from across the room), "The number came from the list LVUSD provided me under the Public Records Act on 2/22/2010" (listing 1,703 staff) HERE). 
    (2) During Zimring's presentation, he also displayed on large screen a picture of Argos allegedly taken on a school day showing no parked cars and alleging ample parking surrounding Agoura High School.  Later, another speaker, Carol, presented about a dozen photographs taken on 2/8/2011, which directly contradicted Zimring, showing all surrounding streets including Argos filled with parked cars. 
Carol had taken and brought about a dozen pictures on 2/8/2011, and walked up to the LUVSD Board to present the pictures, which clearly showed surrounding streets, including Argos, filled with parked cars. 
-- Zimring's picture is HERE  (at around __ __ __ into the meeting videotape).  The picture he presented to the LVUSD Board and public showed  NO cars parked on Argos allegedly recently taken on a school day.
-- However BELOW is a picture taken by speaker, Carol, showing the very same area of Argos on 2/8/2011, FULL of parked cars.



















We have numerous pictures and videotapes showing surrounding streets surrounding Agoura High School filled with cars, and traffic a nightmare at dropoff and especially pickup times.

 


 
2-6-2011
ADDED PAGE SHOWING "AVERAGE" AND "MEDIAN" LVUSD TEACHER BASE SALARIES.  LVUSD "Teachers" have generous base salaries.  Since proponents of the Proposed "LVUSD Educator Townhomes" incorrectly argue LVUSD teacher salaries are "low", click HERE to see a (revised) spreadsheet which now includes a new page with just "Teachers" on it.  Using names & monthly salaries from LVUSD, 2/22/2010, we calculated an "average annual salary" and a "median annual salary" for LVUSD Teachers.  (We're awaiting 2011 data.)  LVUSD Teachers (and other staff) enjoy GENEROUS BASE SALARIES (and may receive additional compensation(s) (e.g. for teaching summer school, overtime, etc.).  Further, in addition, they also have posh BENEFITS and exorbitant PENSIONS plans.
 
On 2/5/2011, we requested current LVUSD staff name and exact salary information, and we will publish it when we receive it from LVUSD.


1-24-2010:
The City of Agoura Hills is proposing a "cooperative effort" between the Agoura Hills Redevelopment Agency (AHRDA)  and the Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) to utilize currently-vacant LVUSD-owned land on site at Agoura High School, to build 16 "Educator Townhomes" specifically designated priority for LVUSD/ Educator Staff (not the general public),  rather than utilize that remaining available land to construct much-needed additional parking at Agoura High School.  This project appears inappropriate, ill-advised, and a possible misuse/abuse of both Public School District land and the Agoura Hills (or any) Redevelopment Agency.  It also appears "fast-tracked", even as California Governor Jerry Brown plans to terminate all California Redevelopment Agencies.

LVUSD has already leased the land to the AHRDA.  However, as of 2/12/2011, the City has not yet "legally executed the lease option" so there is still time to stop this project.  The AHRDA plans to construct the "Fountain Place Villas - Educator Townhomes".  They would be designated for/prioritized to LVUSD staff. This would utilize among the last remaining available land at AHS on which to build much-needed additional parking.     
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See the "Public Workshop" Notice, here (for January 25, 2011, 6:30 pm at Agoura High School, Classroom A, HERE.

Listen to the audio from the 1/25 Public Workshop HERE   (we expect to publish the 2-hour audio by 1/28). Approximately 75 people attended, and the overwhelming majority OPPOSED this project. 
  • We asked that future meetings be conducted at City Hall and Televised, to reach a broader audience.
  • We also asked that future workshops related to this proposed project NOT be scheduled on the same evening as LVUSD School Board meetings.

See The Acorn newspaper Editorial, 1/20/2011, opposing this project, HERE.

See 1/22/2011 MercuryNews.com article supporting elimination of all California Redevelopment agencies, HERE & HERE

Controller to Audit Calif. Redevelopment Agencies (MercuryNews.com  1/24/2011)


- The City of Agoura Hills started the discussions with LVUSD on this project (in other words, it was the City who initiated this project) 

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LVUSD should be serving the PUBLIC, and the greater public need is for LVUSD to construct additional parking on that land.    Residents must act to pressure LVUSD to NOT lease the land to the City, but rather to use that land to construct much-needed additional parking on the already-vacation, already-LVUSD-owned land, on site at Agoura High School -- and NOT use public school land to build townhomes for their own LVUSD staff.  If that last land is used, LVUSD and/or the City will undoubtedly try to "seize" (under eminent domain) local landowners land(s) -- and is unacceptable.



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See resident flyers by residents opposing this project.  These flyers include what those who OPPOSE this project can do to help stop this project, HERE and HERE.


See City of Agoura Hills documents here:
1.     Proposed Fountain Place Villa Plans (design, elevations, site plan, landscape plans, Easterly Road expansion plans, and renderings.), here.
2.     Land lease agreement with the Las Virgenes Unified School District, here.
3.     Construction Cost Estimates provided by a consultant for the Redevelopment Agency, here.
4.    Redevelopment Plan, including a current map,here.
5.     Redevelopment 5-Year Plan, here.
6.     Affordable Housing Implementation Plan, here.
7.     A statement, in writing, from the City of Agoura Hills, stating that "the RDA Project Area has not been expanded", here.
8.     A statement, in writing, from the City of Agoura Hills, stating that "the RDA did start the discussions".




And we will provide data from the LVUSD and the California Dept of Education:

1.       Data regarding parking lost by construction of the new AHS Performing Arts Center on Driver Ave which has resulted in 142 lost parking spaces (Source:  LVUSD email), HERE
2.      Data (Source: California Department of Education) showing that of LVUSD's total student enrollment in 2009/10, about 20% of the students in LVUSD attend on INTER-District Permits (generally defined as students who live outside the LVUSD District).  This influx of out-of-district students compounds the already-existing parking problems surrounding Agoura High School.  Rather than cut as in-district enrollment has continued to decline, LVUSD just keeps recruiting/admitting students who live outside our district.  The 2009/10 number of "INTER-District permits was 2,314 of 11,644 total -- nearly 20%. (Current year 2010/11 figures not yet available to us.)







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3-18-2011

HOW YOU CAN HELP DEFEAT THIS PROJECT - IMPORTANT DEADLINES

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO TO HELP STOP THIS PROJECT IS TO ATTEND THE PUBLIC HEARING (& bring as many other opponents as possible) WHEN THE CITY ACTUALLY HOLDS THE PUBLIC HEARING(S).  

As of 3/18/2011, it has not yet to our knowledge been scheduled.
  • We will publish the date when we learn it.
  • You can also check the City's web site.
  • Email us at canlt2010@gmail.com and we will email you when we learn the date and time of the Public Hearing.
3-5-2011
The City has CHANGED THE ZONING ORDINANCE, in March 2011, HERE, adding clauses including for "supportive housing" targeted for specific population.  It appears the City changed its Zoning Ordinance, without public notification or input, we believe in part to enable them to build these proposed LVUSD townhomes on site at Agoura High School.  This Zoning Ordinance change was made, as best as we can determine, without public notification, explanation to the public, or opportunity for public input and/or discussion.

2-25-2011
(as of 2/13/2011)

1.  EMAIL acook@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us BY THE FEBRUARY 28, 2011 5pm DEADLINE, stating in writing your opposition to this project.
   
Also CC the following on your email to A Cook to:

  • All five Agoura Hills City Council members
  • The LVUSD School Board
  • Citizens Against New Local Taxes
SEE BELOW FOR ALL EMAILS    
 
2.  ATTEND THE PUBLIC HEARING WHEN THE CITY SCHEDULES IT.
We will publish the date when we learn it. You can also check the City's web site. Email us at canlt2010@gmail.com and we will email you when we learn the date and time of the Public Hearing.
  
(From the City's web site 2/12/2011):
 
    "PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing to consider adoption of the Final IS/MND and approval of the project will be scheduled at a future date. A separate notice regarding that hearing will be distributed in advance of that meeting."    "If you challenge the permit approval or environmental document in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in written correspondence delivered to the Planning Commission, or in a public hearing on the project."

Please also COPY canlt2010@gmail.com and bjbbjm@earthlink.net  on all emails you send and responses you receive, so we can better organize.



2-24-2011
OTHER WAYS TO HELP STOP THIS PROJECT:

- AS OF 3-5-2011, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO IS TO ATTEND THE PUBLIC HEARINGS, WHEN HELD, and state your opposition!

- EMAIL YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS to inform them about this inappropriate project.  You can EMAIL the CANLT FLYER, PAGE 1 & PAGE 2 (on the right), and also the PETITION, to everyone you know who lives in Agoura Hills and/or lives within the Las Virgenes Unified School District.  This will help raise public awareness and help grow the grass-roots opposition.  Those willing can help by collecting signatures on the Petition (contact us at canlt2010@gmail.com for how/where to return signed petitions).

- WRITE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR of local newspapers; see email addresses below.
 
SEE IMPORTANT EMAIL ADDRESSES BELOW, OF OFFICIALS, AGENCIES, NEWSPAPERS, ETC. THAT YOU CAN EMAIL TO VOICE YOUR OPPOSITION TO THIS PROJECT.  A large, vocal, grass-roots public outcry against this project may be the ONLY thing that can stop it.

1.      EMAIL THE LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS (NOT just LVUSD Staff).  

If you oppose this project, please express your opposition, in writing via EMAIL asap.   Tell them to CANCEL/ABDICATE THEIR LEASE of land to the AHRDA (and return the $500,000 they've received to date (as of 2/10/2011), and tell LVUSD to construct needed additional parking, not lease the land so the AHRDA can construct homes for LVUSD staff.  Tell them they must serve the needs of the many, not the wants of a few.   Demand LVUSD construct needed additional parking  on that currently-vacant LVUSD-owned land on the AHS  site.    Their only email  is  boardofeducation@lvusd.org    Also, attend one or more LVUSD Board meeting(s) & publicly state opposition to their plan to lease out that land.   Dates and times of Board meetings can be found on their web site at  http://corp.lvusd.org/   Phone:  818-880-4000.  LVUSD Board Agendas are HERE, and LVUSD Board meetings are televised and availalbe HERE.

 

    2.       2.  EMAIL THE AGOURA HILLS CITY COUNCIL (NOT just  Agoura Hills City staff).

T.     The Agoura Hills City Council governs the AHRDA.  If you oppose this project, please express your opposition in writing asap. Council emails are:   hschwarz@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us      dkuperberg@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us jedelston@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us       wkoehler@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us     and     dweber@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us    Also, attend the Public Hearing(s) and state opposition to this project.  (See the Agoura Hills Web site for Planning Commission and City Council Meeting Agendas by date).  

        

3.        3.   EMAIL or write letters to local newspapers, state, county & local officials.  Ask others to do the same

 - The Acorn, John Loesing, Editor newstip@theacorn.com

 - Ventura County Star, an Editor jmedina@vcstar.com

3.      -  Los Angeles Times letters@latimes.com 

 -  L.A. Daily News dnforum@dailynews.com

 - Governor Brown  (link)  http://gov.ca.gov/m_contact.php

 

   - State Controller Chiang  (link) 

  http://www.sco.ca.gov/scocontactus/contactgen.aspx

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        IMPORTANT EMAIL ADDRESSES:


The Acorn, John Loesing, Editor newstip@theacorn.com

LVUSD Board Members   boardofeducation@lvusd.org

LVUSD Superintendent Zimring      superintendent@lvusd.org

Agoura Hills City Council Members 

hschwarz@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

dkuperberg@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

jedelston@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

wkoehler@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

dweber@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

 Ventura County Star, Jim Medina, a Senior Editor    jmedina@vcstar.com

  3 Los Angeles Times letters@latimes.com 

 L.A. Daily News dnforum@dailynews.com

  Governor Jerry Brown  (link)

   http://gov.ca.gov/m_contact.php

 

  State Controller Chiang  (link) 

  http://www.sco.ca.gov/scocontactus/contactgen.aspx


aAn  Please COPY CANLT2010@GMAIL.COM  on all emails you send and responses you receive, so we can organize. o



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1-28-2010

HERE ARE SOME OF THE DOCUMENTS CANLT HAS RECEIVED FROM THE CITY OF AGOURA HILLS:
 
(Also see the City of Agoura Hills website at    http://ci.agoura-hills.ca.us/  for possible additional information):

D80623 Conceptual Lighting (Rec'd 20110120)

D80623 CUP Submittal Arch (Rec'd 20110120)

D80623 Grading (Rec'd 20110120)

D80623 Landscape Plans (Rec'd 20110120)

D80623 Street Improvement (Rec'd 20110120)

D80623 Tentative Tract Map (Rec'd 20110120)

Option Agreement with LVUSD (Rec'd 20110120)

Construction Cost Estimates (Rec'd 20110120)

Agoura Hills Redevelopment Plan (Rec'd 20110120)


Redevelopment Area Map Current (Rec'd 20110120)

Five Year Implementation Plan (Rec'd 20110120)

Affordable Housing Implementation (Rec'd 20110120)


HERE IS A Link to City of Agoura Hills "News and Update Page"  with more recent documents, just posted by the City on its website on 1/26/2011)    

(also see the City of Agoura Hills website at    http://ci.agoura-hills.ca.us/  for possible additional information)


CANLT will post all additional documents here, as availability & time permit.













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