This page will document actions and provide notifications related to Assembly Bill 1X 26, which dissolved all redevelopment agencies in California as of February 1, 2012. Prior to this date, the Napa Community Redevelopment Agency administered two redevelopment project areas: Parkway Plaza and Soscol Gateway.
The City of Napa is the "Successor Agency" to the former Napa Community Redevelopment Agency (NCRA). An Oversight Board monitors and directs staff of the Successor Agency as part of the dissolution process, including the disposition of properties, contracts, leases, books and records, buildings and equipment, existing fund balances, and other obligations of the former NCRA.
This page will be updated from time to time as required under AB 1X 26.
RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE (ROPS). The Successor Agency Oversight Board approves the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the upcoming six-month period and any amendments to the ROPS. The ROPS is reviewed by the State Department of Finance (DOF) and either upheld or returned for recommended modifications. If there are disagreements on whether an item is ROPS-eligible, the item may be categorized as a "disputed item" until it is resolved. DOF considers the official ROPS to be the non-disputed portions of the ROPS. The ROPS contains a six-month schedule of obligations of the former redevelopment agency, now the successor agency, and is updated from time to time.
Note: The Oversight Board-approved ROPS’ for the periods ending June 30, 2012 and December 31, 2012, were revised on 5-21-12 to remove an enforceable obligation (loan from City Water Fund, Soscol Gateway redevelopment project area) per direction from the State Department of Finance (DOF), otherwise the ROPS’ would have been rejected by DOF. The successor agency will continue to pursue this item as an enforceable obligation and will strive to add it back to a future ROPS.
OVERSIGHT BOARD: Agendas, Reports and Minutes
SUCCESSOR AGENCY OVERSIGHT BOARD MEMBERS: Members of the Board and their respective representative organizations are:
Chair Nancy Watt, CEO, Napa County
Vice Chair Pam Kindig, Napa County Appointee
JoAnn Busenbark, Napa Valley College Board of Trustees
Wesley Maffei, Manager, Napa County Mosquito Abatement District
Josh Schultz, Chief Business Officer, Napa County Office of Education
Shirley Perkins, City of Napa
Jill Techel, Mayor, City of Napa
ENFORCEABLE OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE.
August 26, 2011: the Napa Community Redevelopment Agency adopted the Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule for August - December, 2011. Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule, August 1 - December 31, 2011
January 17, 2012: the Napa Community Redevelopment Agency adopted the "Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule", (EOPS) pursuant to Assembly Bill 1X 26. The EOPS identifies bond debt service and other Agency contractual payments from January 1 through June 30, 2012. Monthly payments are "best estimates" and may differ from what is depicted on the EOPS.
May 15, 2012: the City Council (as the governing board of the Successor Agency), approved the updated Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule for August 1 through December 31, 2011, to reflect actual payments on enforceable obligations. Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule, August 1 - December 31, 2011