SUISUN CITY — City officials will wrestle Tuesday with a pair of property issues behind closed doors, one linked to redevelopment and a lawsuit, the other a potential land sale.
Main Street West Partners LLC filed suit in February in Solano County against the Successor Agency of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Suisun City and the California Department of Finance. The case was transferred in late May to Sacramento County.
Members of the City Council serve as the Successor Agency’s board.
The Successor Agency is charged with unwinding the city’s former redevelopment agency after redevelopment was eliminated across the state in February 2012. The elimination the redevelopment requires successor agencies to sell most former redevelopment properties under plans approved by the state Department of Finance.
Main Street West Partners joined with the city to redevelop the now-revitalized waterfront in Suisun City.
Negotiators for the city and Pacific Infinity/Cepeda Baseball are also scheduled to discuss real property terms and payment for approximately 79 acres located at 4489 and 4493 Peterson Road.
State law allows for matters such as these to be discussed behind closed doors. The law requires that any action taken in closed session be reported to the public in open session.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in the council chamber at City Hall, 701 Civic Center Blvd.
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