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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 33327

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After receipt of any preliminary redevelopment plan pursuant to Section 33325, the agency shall transmit to the county auditor and county assessor of the county in which the proposed project is located, or to the officer or officers performing the functions of the auditor or assessor for any taxing agencies which, in levying or collecting its taxes, do not use the county assessment roll or do not collect its taxes through the county, to the legislative or governing bodies of local agencies which receive a portion of the property tax levied pursuant to Part 0.5 (commencing with Section 50) of the Revenue and Taxation Code and to the State Board of Equalization:

(a) A description of the boundaries of the project area.

(b) A statement that a plan for the redevelopment of the area is being prepared.

(c) A map indicating the boundaries of the project area.

In addition, the agency may include a listing, by tax rate area, of all parcels within the boundaries of the project area and the value used for each parcel on the secured property tax roll.

Thereafter, if the boundaries of the proposed project are changed, the agency shall notify the taxing officials and the State Board of Equalization within 30 days by transmitting a description and map indicating each boundary change made. The State Board of Equalization shall prescribe the format of the description of boundaries and statements, and the form, size, contents, and number of copies of the map required to be transmitted pursuant to this section.

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