SARDA approves Mission Village Apartments agreement modifications

Ndubisi Nwafor, a partnership development coordinator with the U.S. Census Bureau, listens as Mayor Pro Tem James “Stew” Stewart reads a proclamation by the city of Temecula endorsing the 2020 census. City of Temecula photo
Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency voted unanimously at the Aug. 13 meeting of the Temecula City Council to approve modifications that will lead to the rehabilitation of Mission Village Apartments in Old Town Temecula.Lynn Kelly-Lehner, principal management analyst for the city of Temecula, provided the council with a staff report on the proposed modifications in the public hearing.“Mission Village Apartments is an existing 76-unit affordable housing development located on Pujol Street,” Kelly-Lehner said. “In 1998, the former redevelopment agency entered into a disposition and development agreement, or a DDA, with affirmed housing for the rehabilitation of 30 existing units and the construction of an additional 38 units at very low and low affordability le
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