At our January 9, 2012 meeting one of the topics we’ll be covering is the next steps, if any, involving the San Carlos Redevelopment Agency in light of two important recent events. Last December, the judge presiding over a lawsuit brought by the San Carlos Elementary School District, the Sequoia Union High School District and the San Mateo County Community College District against the Agency ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, awarding them about $4 million and certain additional payments going forward. Just last week, the California Supreme Court ruled that the Legislature had the constitutional authority to act when it disbanded redevelopment agencies throughout the State last year. That latter decision means RDAs will disappear effective February 1, 2012. This will have some significant impacts on San Carlos.