redevelopment agency

City, state in a financial showdown

When Gov. Jerry Brown signed a budget trailer bill last Friday, he gave the state additional power to force Rocklin to pay money once earmarked for redevelopment. The move has been ...

Downtown properties in jeopardy

Whether or not Rocklin saves or sells its History Museum, Big Gun Quarry or the new library facility on Granite Drive will be the focus of the oversight board being established by ...

City gets out of affordable housing biz

The city of Rocklin is getting out of the business of maintaining affordable housing. “There is really no upside to staying in this business and having this function,” Rocklin ...

Letter to Editor: Newspaper's support for saving our city's history welcome

Thank you to the editorial staff of our hometown newspaper for speaking in support of having a member of the Historical Society on the Oversight Board of the redevelopment areas in ...

Our View: Rocklin historians deserve seat at table

The state’s decision to abolish redevelopment agencies has created a huge problem for cities like Rocklin. A California Supreme Court ruling on Dec. 29 allows the state to kill ...

New library, History Museum could be sold

The state’s decision to abolish redevelopment agencies has members of the Rocklin City Council and Rocklin Historical Society sitting on pins and needles. “No new deals and no ...

Should city keep redevelopment agency?

The city of Rocklin is facing a dilemma that could cost Rocklin millions of dollars in tax money over the next three decades. The problem stems from the state’s new law that abol ...

City to default on housing project debt?

A scrapped debt deal that paid for affordable housing upgrades may force the city of Rocklin into default with one of its creditors, according the city. The possible default is uns ...