TABLE VII:  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
Ord./Res. No.
Date Passed
Description
Res.
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Designating as a slum and blighted area Fifth Street from Vine Street to Elm Street; Elm Street from Fifth Street to Water Street; Water Street from Elm Street to Mulberry Street; Mulberry Street from Water Street to Main Street; Main Street from Mulberry Street to Vine Street and Vine Street from Main Street to Fifth Street.
Res.
1- -2002
Confirming the designation and setting forth the conditions of an economic revitalization area abatement of taxes.
Res.
2-27-2002
Final action regarding Res. 2001-110_, confirming the designation of a portion of the area commonly identified as the Clinton Industrial Park as an economic revitalization area.
Res. 2004-0201
2-9-2004
Designating an area described as 700 South Main Street and 325 Blackman Street as an economic revitalization area.
Res. 2004-0803
8-9-2004
Designating as a slum/blighted area a three Block area beginning at the corner of Main Street and Elm Street continuing down Main through Blackman Street, Mulberry Street and ending at Main Street and Vine Street.
Res.
9-2-2004
Final action regarding Res. 2004-0801, approving real estate as economic revitalization area.
Res.
9-2-2004
Final action regarding Res. 2004-0802, approving real estate as economic revitalization area.
Res. 2004-1201
12-13-2004
Approving the Clinton Industrial Park economic development area.
Res. 2005-1
3-17-2005
Confirming the creation of the Clinton Industrial Park economic development area.
Res.
8- -2005
Designating as a slum/blighted area a three-block area beginning at the corner of Third Street and Elm Street going northerly up Third Street through Blackman Street, Mulberry Street, Vine Street, then traveling easterly down Vine Street to the corner of Vine Street and Water Street continuing southerly down Water Street through Mulberry Street, Blackman Street, to Elm Street, then traveling westerly along Elm Street and ending at the corner of Elm and Third Street.
Res. 2006-1101
11-13-2006
Designating an area within the city commonly identified as 121–123 North Main Street as an economic revitalization area.
Res.
12- -2006
Confirming the designation of an area within the city commonly identified as 121–123 North Main Street as an economic revitalization area.
Res. 2007-0802
8-13-2007
Designating an area described as Lot 2 and the north six feet of Lot 3 in Block 9 in the Original Plat and also a permanent easement for part of ingress and egress and lot for parking, described as the south five feet of the north 11 feet of Lot 3 in the Original Plat, as an economic revitalization area for the purpose of approving a vacant building tax deduction.
Res.
9-10-2007
Final action regarding Res. 2007-0802, approving real estate as economic revitalization area.
Res. 2007-1112
11-12-2007
Designating an area commonly identified as 515 East Fourth Street as an economic revitalization area for purposes of a ten- year tax abatement.
Res. 6-1-11
6-14-2011
Slum and blight spot declaratory resolution for the property described as Old Clinton High School, 358 Mulberry Street.
Res. 2012-18
10-16-2012
Designating areas within the city commonly identified as 1058 South Fourth Street and 601 Clinton Street as an economic revitalization area for purposes of a ten-year tax abatement.
Res. 2012-19
10-23-2012
Adopting a redevelopment plan for the former Kenly Plastics facility and former garment factory.
Res. 2014-5
6-17-2014
Approving the expansion of the Clinton Industrial Park Economic Development Area and Allocation Area.
Res. 2015-2
1-20-2015
Designating Harbor Rail Services of California, Inc. requested properties as economic revitalization areas.
Res. 2018-15
7-24-2018
Approving the expansion of the Clinton Industrial Park Economic Development Area and Allocation Area.
Res. 2019-11
11-19-2019
Slum and blight spot declaratory resolution for a former bowling alley located at 137 South Main Street.