Law:Title 7.85. Fort Ord Reuse Authority (California)
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Chapter 1. Title And Declaration Of Policy
Ca Codes (gov:67650-67652) Government Code Section 67650-67652
67650. This title shall be known and may be cited as the "Fort Ord Reuse Authority Act."
67651. The Legislature hereby declares the following goals to be the policy of the State of California: (a) To facilitate the transfer and reuse of the real and other property comprising the military reservation known as Fort Ord with all practical speed. (b) To minimize the disruption caused by the base's closure on the civilian economy and the people of the Monterey Bay area. (c) To provide for the reuse and development of the base area in ways that enhance the economy and quality of life of the Monterey Bay community. (d) To maintain and protect the unique environmental resources of the area.
67652. The Legislature finds and declares as follows: (a) The policy set forth in Section 67651 is most likely to be achieved if an effective governmental structure exists to plan for, finance, and carry out the transfer and reuse of the base in a cooperative, coordinated, balanced, and decisive manner. (b) The County of Monterey and the Cities of Monterey, Salinas, Carmel, and Pacific Grove have requested the Legislature to establish a governmental structure for Fort Ord.
Chapter 2. General Provisions
Ca Codes (gov:67655-67659) Government Code Section 67655-67659
67655. Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions contained in this chapter govern the construction of this title. (a) "Authority" means the Fort Ord Reuse Authority. (b) "Base-wide facility" means a public capital facility which, in the judgment of the board, is important to the overall reuse of Fort Ord, and has significance beyond any single city or the unincorporated area of the county. (c) "Board" means the governing board of the authority, as specified in Section 67660. (d) "Fort Ord Reuse Plan" means the plan for the future use of Fort Ord adopted pursuant to Section 67675. (e) "Legislative body" means the city council of a city or the board of supervisors of a county, or the legislative body or governing board of any other public agency. (f) "Local facility" means a public capital facility which, in the judgment of the board, is important primarily within a single city or the unincorporated area of the county. (g) "Member agency" means the County of Monterey and the City of Carmel, the City of Del Rey Oaks, the City of Marina, the City of Sand City, the City of Monterey, the City of Pacific Grove, the City of Salinas, or the City of Seaside. (h) "Fort Ord," including references to the territory or area of Fort Ord, means the geographical area described in the document entitled "Description of the Fort Ord Military Reservation Including Portion of the Monterey City Lands Tract No. 1, the Saucito, Laguna Seca, El Chamisal, El Toro and Noche Buena Ranchos, the James Bardin Partition of 1880 and Townships 14 South, Ranges 1 and 2 East and Townships 15 South, Ranges 2 and 3 East, M.D.B. and M. Monterey County, California," prepared by Bestor Engineers, Inc., and delivered to the Sacramento District Corps of Engineers on April 11, 1994. (i) "Public capital facilities" means all public capital facilities described in the Fort Ord Reuse Plan, including, but not limited to, roads, freeways, ramps, air transportation facilities and freight hauling and handling facilities, sewage and water conveyance and treatment facilities, school, library, and other educational facilities, and recreational facilities, that could most efficiently and conveniently be planned, negotiated, financed, or constructed by the authority to further the integrated future use of Fort Ord. (j) "Redevelopment authority," for purposes of the transfer of property at military bases pursuant to Title XXIX of the National Defense Authorization Act for the 1994 fiscal year, means the Fort Ord Reuse Authority, except that, with respect to property within the territory of Fort Ord that is transferred or to be transferred to the California State University or to the University of California, "redevelopment authority" solely for purposes of the transfer of property at military bases pursuant to Title XXIX of the National Defense Authorization Act for the 1994 fiscal year means the California State University or the University of California, and does not mean the Fort Ord Reuse Authority.
67656. The local agencies specified in Section 67660 may establish the Fort Ord Reuse Authority in accordance with the provisions of this title upon the adoption of resolutions favoring the establishment of the authority by the governing bodies of those local agencies that would appoint a majority of the voting membership of the board as constituted by that section.
67657. (a) The authority is a public corporation of the State of California that is independent of the agencies from which its board is appointed. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the powers and duties of the authority are those granted or imposed by this title. (b) The jurisdiction of the authority shall be the territory of Fort Ord. The jurisdiction of the authority is subject to the provisions of the Cortese-Knox-Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 (Division 3 (commencing with Section 56000) of Title 5). (c) The Legislature finds and declares that the planning, financing, and management of the reuse of Fort Ord is a matter of statewide importance, and that the powers and duties granted to the authority by this title shall prevail over those of any local entity, including any city or county, whether formed under the general laws of the State of California or pursuant to a charter, and any joint powers authority.
67658. The authority's purpose is to plan for, finance, and manage the transition of the property known as Fort Ord from military to civilian use.
67659. In accordance with Section 317 of the Elections Code, the authority is a district for purposes of initiative and referendum under Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 9300) of Division 9 of that code and the voters of the authority are the voters of Monterey County.
Chapter 3. Organization
Ca Codes (gov:67660-67673) Government Code Section 67660-67673
67660. (a) The authority shall be governed by a board of 13 members composed of the following: (1) One member appointed by the City of Carmel. (2) One member appointed by the City of Del Rey Oaks. (3) Two members appointed by the City of Marina. (4) One member appointed by Sand City. (5) One member appointed by the City of Monterey. (6) One member appointed by the City of Pacific Grove. (7) One member appointed by the City of Salinas. (8) Two members appointed by the City of Seaside. (9) Three members appointed by Monterey County. (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), any local agency that does not adopt a resolution favoring establishment of the Fort Ord Reuse Authority pursuant to Section 67656 shall not be required to appoint a voting member to the board. The failure of a local agency to appoint a voting member to the board pursuant to this subdivision shall not alter or reduce the powers and duties of the authority or the board in any manner. (c) Each member agency may appoint one alternate for each of its positions on the board, and each alternate shall have all the rights and authority of a board member when serving in that board member's place. (d) Each board member and each alternate shall be a member of the legislative body making the appointment, except that alternates appointed by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors shall be members of the board of supervisors or county staff. Board members and alternates shall serve at the pleasure of the member agency making the appointment.
67661. The following may serve as ex officio nonvoting members of the board: (a) A representative appointed by the Monterey Peninsula Community College District. (b) A representative appointed by the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District. (c) A representative designated by the Member of Congress from the 17th Congressional District. (d) A representative designated by the Senator from the 15th Senate District. (e) A representative designated by the Assembly Member from the 27th Assembly District. (f) A representative designated by the United States Army. (g) A representative designated by the Chancellor of the California State University. (h) A representative designated by the President of the University of California. (i) A representative designated by the Monterey County Water Resources Agency. (j) A representative designated by the Transportation Agency of Monterey County.
67662. The board may appoint or remove additional ex officio nonvoting members at its pleasure.
67663. The board shall provide by resolution the dates on which and the time and place at which regular meetings of the board shall be held. A copy of each resolution establishing the date, time, and place of a regular meeting shall be filed with the secretary of the board and the clerk or secretary of the legislative body of each of the members. The board shall comply with the provisions of the Ralph M. Brown Act (Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 54950) of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5).
67664. The board may adopt rules and regulations for the conduct of its meetings and activities.
67665. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 4.7 (commencing with Section 1125) of Chapter 1 of Division 4 of Title 1, any member or ex officio member of the board who is also a member of another public agency, a county supervisor, or a city council person, and who has in that designated capacity voted or acted upon a particular matter, may vote or otherwise act upon or participate in the discussion of that matter as a member of the board.
67666. The secretary of the board shall maintain minutes of the meetings of the board and, as soon as possible after each meeting, shall cause a copy of the minutes to be forwarded to each member of the board.
67667. A majority of the voting members appointed to the board pursuant to Section 67660 shall constitute a quorum and may act for the authority.
67668. A resolution, ordinance, or other action of the board shall not be approved or adopted sooner than 72 hours after its introduction, unless approved by unanimous vote of all members present at the time of consideration. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, any action taken by the board shall require the affirmative vote of a majority of the appointed members of the board.
67669. The members of the board shall serve without compensation.
67670. The board shall elect from its own members a chair and a vice chair at the first board meeting held each year. Each shall serve a term of one year and may be reelected.
67671. The board shall determine the qualifications of, and shall appoint and fix the salary of, the executive officer of the agency, and shall employ or contract with other staff or consultants as may be necessary to execute the powers and functions provided for under this title, including, but not limited to, attorneys, financing consultants, planners, accountants, engineers, architects, contractors, appraisers, and other consultants and advisors.
67672. The chief administrative officer or city manager of each member agency, or his or her designee, may serve on an administrative committee to the board to provide advice, analysis, and recommendations to the board as the board may request from time to time.
67673. The board may, at its pleasure, appoint an additional advisory committee or committees to provide the board with options, critique, analysis, and other information as it finds useful, and may provide mechanisms through which a committee may report to the board.
Chapter 4. Powers And Duties
Ca Codes (gov:67675-67686) Government Code Section 67675-67686
67675. (a) The board shall prepare, adopt, review, revise from time to time, and maintain a plan for the future use and development of the territory occupied by Fort Ord as of January 1, 1993. The adopted plan shall be the official local plan for the reuse of the base for all public purposes, including all discussions with the Army and other federal agencies, and for purposes of planning, design, and funding by all state agencies. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the board may adopt the "Final Base Reuse Plan" prepared by the Fort Ord Reuse Group as the Fort Ord Reuse Plan for purposes of this title. The plan adopted pursuant to this subdivision may serve as the Fort Ord Reuse Plan until July 1, 1996. The board may prepare elements described in subdivision (c) that are generally consistent with the adopted plan. After July 1, 1996, only a plan containing the required elements and fully satisfying the requirements of this title shall serve as the Fort Ord Reuse Plan. (c) The Fort Ord Reuse Plan shall include all of the following elements: (1) A land use plan for the integrated arrangement and general location and extent of, and the criteria and standards for, the uses of land, water, air, space, and other natural resources within the area of the base. The land use plan shall designate areas of the base for residential, commercial, industrial, and other uses, and may specify maximum development intensities and other standards and criteria. The land use plan shall provide for public safety. (2) A transportation plan for the integrated development of a system of roadways, transit facilities, air transportation facilities, and appurtenant terminals and other facilities for the movement of people and goods to, from, and within the area of the base. (3) A conservation plan for the preservation, development, use, and management of natural resources within the area of the base, including, but not limited to, soils, shoreline, scenic corridors along transportation routes, open spaces, wetlands, recreational facilities, historical facilities, and habitat of, or for, exceptional flora and fauna. (4) A recreation plan for the development, use, and management of the recreational resources within the area of the base. (5) A five-year capital improvement program that complies with the requirements of Section 65403. The program shall include an allocation of the available water supply, sewage treatment capacity, solid waste disposal capability, and other limited public service capabilities among the potential developments within the area of the base. The program shall also identify both of the following: (A) Base-wide facilities identified pursuant to Section 67679. (B) Local facilities that are in the county or a city with territory occupied by Fort Ord and that primarily serve residents of the county or that city. (d) In addition to the plan elements required pursuant to subdivision (c), the plan may also include any element or subject specified in Section 65302. (e) The Fort Ord Reuse Plan may provide for development to occur in phases, with criteria concerning public facility development and other factors that must be satisfied within each time phase. (f) In preparing, adopting, reviewing, and revising the reuse plan, the board shall be consistent with approved coastal plans, air quality plans, water quality plans, spheres of influence, and other county-wide or regional plans required by federal or state law, other than local general plans, including any amendments subsequent to the enactment of this title, and shall consider all of the following: (1) Monterey Bay regional plans. (2) County and city plans and proposed projects covering the territory occupied by Fort Ord or otherwise likely to be affected by the future uses of the base. (3) Other public and nongovernmental entity plans and proposed projects affecting the planning and development of the territory occupied by Fort Ord.
67675.1. Notwithstanding the provisions of Title 7 (commencing with Section 65000), after the board has adopted a reuse plan, a member agency with jurisdiction within the territory of Fort Ord may adopt and rely on the Fort Ord Reuse Plan, including any amendments thereto, for purposes of its territory within Fort Ord as its local general plan for purposes of Title 7 until January 1, 1996.
67675.2. After the board has adopted a reuse plan, each county or city with territory occupied by Fort Ord shall submit its general plan or amended general plan to the board, which satisfies both of the following: (a) The plan is submitted pursuant to a resolution adopted by the county or city, after a noticed public hearing, that certified that the portion of the general plan or amended general plan applicable to the territory of Fort Ord is intended to be carried out in a manner fully in conformity with this title. (b) It contains, in accordance with guidelines established by the board, materials sufficient for a thorough and complete review.
67675.3. (a) The board shall, within 90 days after the submittal, after a noticed public hearing, either certify or refuse to certify, in whole or in part, the portion of the general plan or amended general plan applicable to the territory of Fort Ord. (b) Where a general plan or amended general plan is refused certification, in whole or in part, the board shall provide a written explanation and may suggest modifications, which, if adopted and transmitted to the board by the county or a city, will allow the amended general plan to be deemed certified upon confirmation of the executive officer of the board. The county or a city may elect to meet the board's refusal of certification in a manner other than as suggested by the board and may then resubmit its revised general plan to the board. If the county or a city requests that the board not recommend or suggest modifications which if made will result in certification, the board shall refuse certification with the required findings. (c) The board shall approve and certify the portions of a general plan or amended general plan applicable to the territory of Fort Ord, or any amendments thereto, if the board finds that the portions of the general plan or amended general plan applicable to the territory of Fort Ord meets the requirements of this title, and is consistent with the Fort Ord Reuse Plan.
67675.4. (a) Within 30 days after the certification of a general plan or amended general plan, or any portion thereof, the board shall, after consultation with the county or a city, establish a date for that county or city to submit the zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, and, where necessary, other implementing actions applicable to the territory of Fort Ord. (b) If the county or a city fails to meet the schedule established pursuant to subdivision (a), the board may waive the deadlines for board action on submitted zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, and, where necessary, other implementing actions, as set forth in Section 67675.5.
67675.5. (a) The county and cities shall submit to the board the zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, and, where necessary, other implementing actions applicable to the territory of Fort Ord that are required pursuant to this title. (b) The board may only reject zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, or other implementing actions on the grounds that they do not conform with, or are inadequate to carry out, the provisions of the certified general plan applicable to the territory of Fort Ord. If the board rejects the zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, or other implementing actions applicable to the territory of Fort Ord, it shall give written notice of the rejection specifying the provisions of the general plan with which the rejected zoning ordinances do not conform or which it finds will not be adequately carried out, together with its reasons for the action taken. (c) The board may suggest modifications in the rejected zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, or other implementing actions, which, if adopted by the county or cities and transmitted to the board, shall be deemed approved upon confirmation by the executive officer of the board. (d) The county or cities may elect to meet the board's rejection in a manner other than as suggested by the board and may then resubmit its revised zoning ordinances, zoning district maps, and other implementing actions to the board.
67675.6. (a) Except for appeals to the board, as provided in Section 67675.8, after the portion of a general plan applicable to Fort Ord has been certified and all implementing actions within the area affected have become effective, the development review authority shall be exercised by the respective county or city over any development proposed within the area to which the general plan applies. (b) Subdivision (a) shall not apply to any development proposed or undertaken on any tidelands, submerged lands, or on public trust lands, whether filled or unfilled, lying within the coastal zone.
67675.7. After the board has certified a general plan or an amended general plan, any amendments to that certified plan that are applicable to the territory of Fort Ord shall take effect only upon certification in the same manner as for the initially certified plan, as provided in this title.
67675.8. (a) After the board has adopted a reuse plan pursuant to this title, any revision or other change to that plan which only affects territory lying within the jurisdiction of one member agency may only be adopted by the board if one of the following conditions is satisfied: (1) The revision or other change was initiated by resolution adopted by the legislative body of the affected member agency and approved by at least a majority affirmative vote of the board. (2) The revision or other change was initiated by the board or any entity other than the affected member agency and approved by at least a two-thirds affirmative vote of the board. (b) (1) Notwithstanding any provision of law allowing any city or county to approve development projects, no local agency shall permit, approve, or otherwise allow any development or other change of use within the area of the base that is not consistent with the plan as adopted or revised pursuant to this title. Except as required by state or federal law, other than state law authorizing cities and counties to approve development projects, the board shall be the final judge of this consistency with the requirements of this title. The board may adopt regulations to ensure compliance with the provisions of this title. No local agency shall permit, approve, or otherwise allow any development or other change of use within the area of the base that is outside the jurisdiction of that local agency. (2) Subject to the consistency determinations required pursuant to this title, each member agency with jurisdiction lying within the area of Fort Ord may plan for, zone, and issue or deny building permits and other development approvals within that area. Actions of the member agency pursuant to this paragraph may be reviewed by the board on its own initiative, or may be appealed to the board. Under no circumstances shall development approvals of the following categories be held to be inconsistent with the Fort Ord Reuse Plan: (i) The construction of one single family house or one multiple family house not exceeding four units on a vacant lot within an area appropriately designated in the plan. (ii) Improvements to existing single family residences or to existing multiple family residences not exceeding four units, including remodels or room additions. (iii) Remodels of the interior of any existing building or structure. (iv) Repair and maintenance activities that do not result in an addition to, or enlargement or expansion of, any building or structure. (v) Installation, testing, and placement in service or the replacement of any necessary utility connection between an existing service facility and development approved pursuant to this chapter. (vi) Replacement of any building or structure destroyed by a natural disaster. (c) The board may require any public or private entity seeking to initiate a revision or other change to a plan adopted pursuant to this section to pay a charge or charges sufficient to cover the reasonable costs of reviewing, evaluating, preparing, adopting, and publishing the proposed revision or change.
67675.9. If an environmental impact statement on the closure and reuse of Fort Ord has been prepared and filed pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 4321 et seq.), the board may proceed in the following manner: (a) A notice of the preparation of an environmental impact report on the Fort Ord Reuse Plan shall be prepared pursuant to either Section 21080.4 or Section 21080.6 of the Public Resources Code, and shall include a description of the reuse plan and a copy of the environmental impact statement. The notice shall indicate that the board intends to utilize the environmental impact statement as a draft environmental impact report and requests comments on whether, and to what extent, the environmental impact statement provides adequate information to serve as a draft environmental impact report, and what specific additional information, if any, is necessary to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing with Section 21000) of the Public Resources Code). The notice shall also indicate the address to which written comments may be sent and the deadline for submitting comments. (b) Upon the close of the comment period on the notice of preparation, the board may proceed with preparation of the environmental impact report on the reuse plan. The board shall, to the greatest extent feasible, avoid duplication and utilize information in the environmental impact statement consistent with this division. The draft environmental impact report shall consist of all or part of the environmental impact statement and any additional information that is necessary to prepare a draft environmental impact report in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. (c) In all other respects, the environmental impact report for the reuse plan shall be completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act.
67677. The board may negotiate and enter into appropriate agreements with the United States or any of its agencies or departments for the purpose of determining the disposition, reuse, or conservation of the property or facilities within the area of Fort Ord.
67678. (a) The board shall be the principal local public agent for the acquisition, lease disposition, and sale of real property transferred pursuant to the "Pryor Amendment", except as otherwise provided in this section. The board may take title to property transferred pursuant to the "Pryor Amendment" within the area of the base that is either turned over to the board by the federal government at no cost or that is purchased. The board may sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of this property at full market value or at less than full market value in order to facilitate the rapid and successful transition of the base to civilian use. In any transaction involving the transfer of federal property, the board shall fully satisfy all conditions, requirements, and understandings with the federal government with respect to the use and disposal of that property. In the sale, lease, or disposition of real property, the board shall follow the procedures and make those determinations that are required of redevelopment agencies pursuant to Article 11 (commencing with Section 33430) of Chapter 4 of Part 1 of Division 24 of the Health and Safety Code. (b) (1) The board shall transfer all real and personal property received pursuant to this section and intended for municipal or county use, except for property subject to paragraph (4), within a reasonable period of time after receiving title to the property to the city or county with jurisdiction over the property, and all transfers pursuant to this paragraph shall be at no cost to the city or county except for the reasonable costs incurred by the board as a result of the transfer, management, servicing, maintenance, and enhancement of the property, and except for any payments required to be made to the federal government as a result of the transfer. (2) The board shall transfer or lease all real and personal property received pursuant to this section and which is intended for private use, except for uses specified in paragraph (3), within a reasonable period of time after receiving title to the property. Any proceeds received by the board each year as a result of the sale or lease of the property, net of all costs incurred by the board as a result of the sale, management, servicing, maintenance, and enhancement of the property, and net of all payments made to the federal government due to the property, shall be divided as follows: 50 percent of the net proceeds received each year shall be paid to the city or county with jurisdiction over the property, and 50 percent of the proceeds shall be retained by the board to help finance its responsibilities for the reuse of Fort Ord, unless otherwise agreed upon by the city or county with jurisdiction over the property and the board. (3) The board shall transfer or lease all real or personal property received pursuant to this section and which is intended for public utility use within a reasonable period of time, consistent with the orderly and economical provision of utility services to the area of Fort Ord, under terms and conditions the board may determine. (4) Notwithstanding any other paragraph of this subdivision, the board may retain real or personal property received pursuant to this section as long as both of the following occur: (i) The board determines that retention of the property is necessary or convenient to carrying out the authority's responsibilities pursuant to law. (ii) The board determines that its retention of the property will not cause significant financial hardship to the city or county with jurisdiction over the property. (c) The board may mediate and resolve conflicts between local agencies concerning the uses of federal land to be transferred for public benefit purposes or other uses. (d) The provisions of this title shall not preclude negotiations between the federal government and any local telecommunication, water, gas, electric, or cable provider for the transfer to any utility or provider of federally owned distribution systems and related facilities serving Fort Ord. (e) This title shall not be construed to limit the rights of the California State University or the University of California to acquire, hold, and use real property at Fort Ord, including locating or developing educationally related or research oriented facilities on this property. (f) Except for property transferred to the California State University, or to the University of California, and that is used for educational or research purposes, and except for property transferred to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, all property transferred from the federal government to any user or purchaser, whether public or private, shall be used only in a manner consistent with the plan adopted or revised pursuant to Section 67675.
67679. (a) (1) The board shall identify those basewide public capital facilities described in the Fort Ord Reuse Plan, including, but not limited to, roads, freeway ramps, air transportation facilities, and freight hauling and handling facilities; sewage and water conveyance and treatment facilities; school, library, and other educational facilities; and recreational facilities, that serve residents or will serve future residents of the base territory and could most efficiently or conveniently be planned, negotiated, financed, constructed, or repaired, remodeled, or replaced by the board to further the integrated future use of the base. The board shall undertake to plan for and arrange the provision of those facilities, including arranging for their financing and construction or repair, remodeling, or replacement. The board may plan, design, construct, repair, remodel, or replace and finance these public capital facilities, or delegate any of those powers to one or more member agencies. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no permit or permission of any kind from any city or county shall be required for any project undertaken by the board pursuant to this section. (2) The board shall identify significant local public capital facilities, as distinguished from the basewide public capital facilities identified in the paragraph (1) which are described in the Fort Ord Reuse Plan. Local public capital facilities shall be the responsibility of the city or county with land use jurisdiction or the redevelopment agency if the facilities are located within an established project area and the board of the redevelopment agency determines that it will assume responsibility. (3) The board may construct or otherwise act to improve a local public capital facility only with the consent of the city or county with land use authority over the area where the facility is or will be located. A city or county or a local redevelopment agency may construct or otherwise act to improve a basewide public capital facility only with the consent of the board. (b) If all or any portion of the Fritzsche Army Air Field is transferred to the City of Marina, the board shall not consider those portions of the air field that continue to be used as an airport to be basewide capital facilities, except with the consent of the legislative body of the city. If all or any portion of the two Army golf courses within the territory of Seaside are transferred to the City of Seaside, the board shall not consider those portions of the golf courses that continue in use as golf courses to be basewide capital facilities, except with the consent of the legislative body of the city. (c) The board may seek state and federal grants and loans or other assistance to help fund public facilities. (d) The board may, in any year, levy assessments, reassessments, or special taxes and issue bonds to finance these basewide public facilities in accordance with, and pursuant to, any of the following: (1) The Improvement Act of 1911 (Division 7 (commencing with Section 5000) of the Streets and Highways Code). (2) The Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (Division 10 (commencing with Section 8500) of the Streets and Highways Code). (3) The Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 (Division 12 (commencing with Section 10000) of the Streets and Highways Code). (4) The Benefit Assessment Act of 1982 (Chapter 6.4 (commencing with Section 54703)). (5) The Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972 (Part 2 (commencing with Section 22500) of Division 15 of the Streets and Highways Code). (6) The Integrated Financing District Act (Chapter 1.5 (commencing with Section 53175) of Division 2 of Title 5). (7) The Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 (Chapter 2.5 (commencing with Section 53311) of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5). (8) The Infrastructure Financing District Act (Chapter 2.8 (commencing with Section 53395) of Division 2 of Title 5). (9) The Marks-Roos Local Bond Pooling Act of 1985 (Article 4 (commencing with Section 6584) of Chapter 5 of Division 7 of Title 1). (10) The Revenue Bond Act of 1941 (Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 54300) of Division 2 of Title 5). (11) Fire suppression assessments levied pursuant to Article 3.6 (commencing with Section 50078) of Chapter 1 of Part 1 of Division 1 of Title 5. (12) The Habitat Maintenance Funding Act (Chapter 11 (commencing with Section 2900) of Division 3 of the Fish and Game Code). Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the board may create any of these financing districts within the area of Fort Ord to finance basewide public facilities without the consent of any city or county. In addition, until January 1, 2000, the board may, but is not obligated to create, within the area of Fort Ord, any of these financing districts which authorize financing for public services and may levy authorized assessments or special taxes in order to pass through funding for these services to the local agencies. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no city or county with jurisdiction over any area of the base, whether now or in the future, shall create any land-based financing district or levy any assessment or tax secured by a lien on real property within the area of the base without the consent of the board, except that the city or county may create these financing districts for the purposes and subject to any financing limitations that may be specified in the capital improvement program prepared pursuant to Section 67675. (e) The board may levy development fees on development projects within the area of the base. Any development fees shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 66000) of Division 1 of Title 5. No local agency shall issue any building permit for any development within the area of Fort Ord until the board has certified that all development fees that it has levied with respect to the development project have been paid or otherwise satisfied.
67679.5. The board may, by ordinance, establish in the area of Fort Ord a public body, corporate and politic, known as the Redevelopment Agency of Fort Ord. This agency may transact business and exercise its powers as a redevelopment agency upon the effective date of the establishing ordinance. The provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law (Part 1 (commencing with Section 33000) of Division 24 of the Health and Safety Code), including, but not limited to, Article 4 (commencing with Section 33492.70) thereof, shall apply to the Redevelopment Agency of Fort Ord, and this agency shall have all powers of a redevelopment agency as provided in that part.
67680. The board may enter into contracts and agreements as necessary to mitigate the impacts of the reuse of Fort Ord on rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. These contracts and agreements may include provisions for the long-term preservation and management of habitat areas, including acquisition or acceptance by the board of title to real property, restriction on the development of portions of the area of Fort Ord, and arrangements for the long-term management and biological monitoring of the flora and fauna of the base, including its financing.
67680.5. The board may enter into contracts and agreements as necessary to mitigate impacts of the reuse of Fort Ord in addition to those specified in Section 67680.
67681. The board may study, evaluate, and recommend cleanup of toxic and explosive substances within the area of the base to the federal government, including the Department of Defense, and the State of California, if it determines that doing so is in the best interests of the communities in the Monterey Bay area.
67683. The board shall aggressively pursue all possible federal funding for the transfer, cleanup, and reuse of Fort Ord, including funding to pay for the costs of public capital facilities and funding to attract and encourage the development of private businesses and public universities and other public facilities within the area of the base. The board may also pursue and accept federal and state funding to pay part of the expenses of operating the Fort Ord Reuse Authority.
67684. The board may take other action that is necessary or convenient to ensure the rapid and successful conversion of the area of Fort Ord to civilian use in a way that provides maximum benefits to the communities of the Monterey Bay area and the State of California.
67685. The applicability of any capital facilities fees imposed under this title to public educational agencies shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 13.7 (commencing with Section 54999) of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5.
67686. A city or county receiving subventions from the state based on the military population residing at Fort Ord, shall continue to receive those subventions based on the 1990 Census of the Population until the earlier of: (a) The release of the new population figures for the city or county based on the decennial United States Census for the year 2000. (b) Certification by the Department of Finance that the population of Fort Ord is greater than the population calculated based on the decennial United States Census for the year 1990.
Chapter 5. Funding
Ca Codes (gov:67690-67692) Government Code Section 67690-67692
67690. In addition to any funds received from federal and state agencies for the expenses of operating the Fort Ord Reuse Authority, the board may receive contributions from agencies represented on the board. Each agency represented by a board member shall contribute to the authority, on or before August 1 of each fiscal year, the sum of fourteen thousand dollars ($14,000) for each board member that the agency appoints. Each public agency which is represented on the board by an ex officio member shall contribute to the authority, on or before August 1 of each fiscal year, the sum of seven thousand dollars ($7,000). For purposes of this section, the term "public agency" does not include any elected official of the federal or state government.
67691. The board and the member agencies may provide by contract for the transfer to the board or between member agencies of revenues available from sales tax, property tax, or other sources in order to help finance the cost of paying for services or capital facilities to serve or enhance the development of Fort Ord. The contract or contracts may provide for the transfer of funds to member agencies with responsibility for providing services of facilities within the area of Fort Ord for a specified number of years, and for the repayment of those funds in later years with interest, or for repayment in the form of an equity interest in property, sales, or other tax revenues that may be payable as a result of development occurring within the area of Fort Ord. Any such contract shall be effective only upon approval by the board and the member agencies involved.
67692. The board shall consider a program of local revenue sharing among the member agencies to ensure an equitable apportionment of revenues generated from the reuse of Fort Ord among those member agencies responsible for the provision of services to Fort Ord and member agencies that assist in the funding of services to Fort Ord.
Chapter 6. Pledge
Ca Codes (gov:67695) Government Code Section 67695
67695. The State of California does hereby pledge to and agree with the holders of any bonds issued, and with any public or private entity with which the board has entered into a contract or an agreement, pursuant to the provisions of this title, that the state will not alter or change the structure, organization, programs, or powers hereby vested in the board until those bonds are fully met or discharged and until the board has fully met or discharged its obligations pursuant to those agreements or contracts. However, nothing in this act shall preclude an alteration or change if, and when, adequate provision shall have been made by law for the protection from impairment of the contracts represented by those bonds or contracts or agreements, and the right to so alter or change is hereby reserved. The board is authorized to include this pledge and undertaking of the state in its bonds and contracts or agreements.
Chapter 7. Dissolution
Ca Codes (gov:67700) Government Code Section 67700
67700. This title shall become inoperative when the board determines that 80 percent of the territory of Fort Ord that is designated for development or reuse in the plan prepared pursuant to this title has been developed or reused in a manner consistent with the plan adopted or revised pursuant to Section 67675, or June 30, 2014, whichever occurs first, and on January 1, 2015, this title is repealed. The Monterey County Local Agency Formation Commission shall provide for the orderly dissolution of the authority including insuring that all contracts, agreements, and pledges to pay or repay money entered into by the authority are honored and properly administered, and that all assets of the authority are appropriately transferred.