Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

County Schedule 30 Redevelopment Records

 

ANNUAL REPORT (Item 30-1)

The redevelopment agency shall prepare and file an annual report with the "county auditor, the State Tax Commission, the State Board of Education, and each property taxing entity affected by the distribution of property taxes" on or before November 1. This annual report shall contain the estimates of the portion of property tax to be paid to the agency for the calendar year ending December 31 and an estimate of the portion of property taxes to be paid to the agency for the calendar year beginning the next January 1" (UCA 17A-2-1217 (1995)).

RETENTION

Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

APPRAISAL PROJECT FILES (Item 30-2)

These files contain evaluations of properties and structures within proposed projects. They are used to investigate project's viability, determine costs, and negotiate for purchase of real property. The files include financial assessments of the worth of real estate and buildings within proposed project areas. They may also include assessments of architectural and historical significance and condition of the involved structures.

RETENTION

Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

BUILDING ILLUSTRATIONS (Item 30-5)

These are working copies of maps of real property and drawings and diagrams of actual buildings. They are used during the early phases of redevelopment projects. When the projects become official, the maps and drawings become part of the project file.

RETENTION

Retain for 4 years after project rejected or until superseded or updated and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

CERTIFICATION FILES (Item 30-3)

These files document the approval and certification process of all official redevelopment projects. They contain all documents necessary to certify a project including consultant's reports; a copy of the redevelopment plan; a report detailing reasons for the selection of the project area; a description of physical, social, and economic conditions in the area; a financial analysis of the project; consultant proposals; a plan detailing methods for the relocating of all families and persons in the redevelopment area; an analysis of the preliminary plan; a report with the planning commission recommendations; a blight survey; notices of hearings; copies of minutes of hearings; and copies of resolutions and ordinances.

RETENTION

Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

CONSULTANT RECORDS (Item 30-4)

These are separate files prepared by private consultants. They are used to document proposals made by individual consultants. The files contain both rejected proposals and those being considered and include the actual proposal and bid. Final approved proposals are filed in the certification files.

RETENTION

Retain for 2 years after being rejected and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

FACADE PROJECT FILES (Item 30-6)

These files document the regranting of funds received by the county to restore exteriors of architecturally important structures in project areas. These grants are totally funded grants made to individual property owners for separately assessed structures. The files include a work contract, photographs, and related correspondence.

RETENTION

Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL RECORDS (Item 30-7)

These files document the granting of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds for the rehabilitation of homes. These projects concern historic preservation, employment survey, and environmental review. They include financial reports, preliminary reports, and all other financial records (24 CFR 58 (1993)).

RETENTION

Retain for 3 years and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT HISTORICAL PROPERTIES GRANT FILES (Item 30-8)

These files document the granting of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds for the rehabilitation of homes. These granted fund projects dealing with historic preservation, employment survey, and environmental review. These files include copies of the plan, copies of the original grant, final report, resolution, copies of council minutes, and related correspondence (24 CFR 58 (1993)).

RETENTION

Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives with authority to weed.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

LITIGATION FILES (Item 30-9)

These files document lawsuits filed against the Redevelopment Agency concerning redevelopment projects. They contain related correspondence, research materials, copies of all official court filings (complaints, answers, judgments, etc.), copies of depositions, and attorneys' notes. Usually the county attorney maintains the record copy of all lawsuits.

RETENTION

Record copy: Permanent. May be transferred to the State Archives with authority to weed.

Duplicate copies: Retain for 1 year after litigation has been settled or completed and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Protected.

(Approved 03/92)

OWNER PROJECT FILES (Item 30-10)

These project files document both successful and unsuccessful negotiations and ongoing agreements for the purchase of property for redevelopment projects. The files include copies of agreements and related correspondence.

RETENTION

Retain for 4 years after completion of redevelopment project and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)

REDEVELOPMENT PLANS (NON-APPROVED) (Item 30-11)

"The agency shall prepare or cause to be prepared a redevelopment plan for [each] project area" in accordance with the provisions of UCA 17A-2-1213 (1995). The agency is required to conduct examinations, investigations, and other negotiations regarding the plan. The plan "shall be consistent with the community's general plan, master plan, and other plans of the community involved in development or capital improvement programs affecting the project area." The agency shall "consult with the planning commission of the community in preparing a project area redevelopment plan" (UCA 17A-2-1213 (1995)). Approved plans become part of the certification files.

RETENTION

Retain for 2 years and then destroy.

SUGGESTED PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public.

(Approved 03/92)