Another law, however, gave the agencies a chance to continue operating, on the condition that they pay $1.7 billion this fiscal year and $400 million each year thereafter to schools, transit and fire districts. The court also found that the dissolution law "is a proper exercise of legislative power." The funding law, however, violates the California constitution, it said in the ruling.
This ruling should stop work on several projects including 800 K Street that needs redevelopment funds to break ground.
and East End Gateway 2 and 3 in which CADA owns the land.