Revises procedures for disposal of surplus residential properties along the portion of the rescinded 710 Freeway corridor in South Pasadena, including to allow residents who have formed a limited equity cooperative to purchase a multifamily property.

Deems a loan agreement entered into between a redevelopment agency and the City of Atascadero between 1999 and 2003 to be enforceable obligations for the purposes of redevelopment dissolution.

Spot bill on Military Base Reuse Authorities.

Exempts a project at the Santa Clara Caltrain station from the Surplus Land Act; projects would instead comply with the Economic Opportunity Law.

Upon appropriation, creates the Housing Acquisition and Rehabilitation Technical Assistance program at HCD.

Prohibits all state departments and agencies from providing funding or other support for residential construction projects that are connected to the natural gas grid.

Establishes new processes and procedures for the disposal of Caltrans-owned homes along the former 710 freeway extension in the City of Los Angeles.

Makes a number of changes related to the expenditure of former RDA funds for affordable housing.

Allows a California New Markets Tax Credit under the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law.

Lowers the voter threshold to 55% for local bonds to fund affordable housing and infrastructure.