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In November 1995, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission adopted Resolution 95-170, creating the Northwest-Progresso-Flagler Heights CRA (NPF-CRA). A Community Redevelopment Plan was produced in 1995, and amended in 2001, to outline the community’s desired public and private improvements along with a funding program, including the use of tax increment funds.
The Fort Lauderdale City Commission serves as the Community Redevelopment Agency Board of Directors. The CRA Advisory Board also serves the area to promote redevelopment activities and implement the Redevelopment Plan objectives. The objectives of the Redevelopment Plan are, “To formulate a workable Redevelopment Program consistent with the sound needs of the community as set forth in the Comprehensive Plan, and to afford maximum feasible opportunities for private participation in undertaking the preservation, rehabilitation and redevelopment of the NPF-CRA.”
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