St. Helena officials are eyeing a new financing tool that could help fund infrastructure and housing. An Enhanced Infrastructure Finance District (EIFD) allows local governments to leverage future revenue from increased property taxes in order to issue bonds and otherwise pay for infrastructure projects.Details
The city-owned 5.6-acre Adams Street property, which now contains a vineyard, could become the site of a luxury resort, with some space left over for public use. (Note: After this article was published, the council’s initial discussion of the Adams Street property was postponed to May 28.)…Details
County Outlines Opportunity Zones and Enhanced Infrastructural Financing Districts for future development
TULARE COUNTY – The American economy, and even economies at the local level are experiencing a huge boon. What Tulare County is trying to do now, is capitalize on the upswing. And last month the Tulare County Board of Supervisors accepted their economic report that has been months in the making.
Building a Pasadena Department of Water and Power headquarters on land it owns adjacent to City Hall is being considered under a new set of options related to possible future uses for the Pasadena YWCA building, according to a City staff report. As part of its search for possible reuse or development proposals for the…Details