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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 33610

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At any time after the agency created for any community becomes authorized to transact business and exercise its powers, the legislative body of the community may appropriate to the agency such amounts as the legislative body deems necessary for the administrative expenses and overhead of the agency. The money appropriated may be paid to the agency as a grant to defray the expenses and overhead, or as a loan to be repaid upon such terms and conditions as the legislative body may provide.

In addition to the common understanding and usual interpretation of the term, “administrative expense” includes, but is not limited to, expenses of redevelopment planning and dissemination of redevelopment information.

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