Napa Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board


This page will document actions and provide notifications related to Assembly Bill 1X 26, which dissolved all redevelopment agencies in California as of February 1, 2012. Prior to this date, the Napa Community Redevelopment Agency (NCRA) administered two redevelopment project areas: Parkway Plaza and Soscol Gateway.

The City of Napa is the "Successor Agency" to the former Napa Community Redevelopment Agency. An Oversight Board monitors and directs staff of the Successor Agency as part of the dissolution process, including the disposition of properties, contracts, leases, books and records, buildings and equipment, existing fund balances, and other obligations of the former NCRA.

This page will be updated from time to time as required under AB 1X 26.

When: In 2017, regular meetings are scheduled April 5, July 5, and October 4 at 1:30 p.m
Where: Council Chambers, City Hall, 955 School Street, Napa

Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Material - City of Napa Media Archive


Napa Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board

Members of the Board and their respective representative organizations are:

Chair Josh Schultz, Chief Business Officer, Napa County Office of Education

Vice Chair Pam Kindig, Napa County Board of Supervisors 

Wesley Maffei, Manager, Napa County Mosquito Abatement District

Robert Parker, VP of Administrative Services, Napa Valley College 

Joy Riesenberg, Employee, City of Napa

Leanne Link, CEO, Napa County Board of Supervisors

Jill Techel, Mayor, City of Napa

Contact: Board Liaison - Jennifer LaLiberte, Manager, Economic Development Division, 707-257-9502


RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE (ROPS). The Oversight Board approves the ROPS for the upcoming fiscal year at a special meeting in late January to comply with the February 1st deadline for submittal to the State Department of Finance (DOF).  If there are disagreements on whether an item is ROPS-eligible, the item may be categorized as a "disputed item" until it is resolved.  DOF considers the official ROPS to be the non-disputed portions of the ROPS. 

On May 15, 2012, the City Council (as the governing board of the Successor Agency), approved the updated Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule for August 1 through December 31, 2011, to reflect actual payments on enforceable obligations.

Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule, August 1 - December 31, 2011

ROPS 1 Approved April 11, 2012

ROPS 1 Amended May 9, 2012

ROPS 2 Approved May 9, 2012

ROPS 3 Approved August 15, 2012

ROPS 13-14A Approved February 27, 2013

ROPS 13-14B Approved September 25, 2013

ROPS 14-15A Approved February 5, 2014

ROPS 15-16A Approved February 4, 2015

ROPS 15-16B Approved September 30, 2015

ROPS 16-17

ROPS 16-17 Oversight Board Resolution

ROPS 17-18

ROPS 17-18 Oversight Board Resolution



Councilmember Doris Gentry

Doris Gentry was elected to a four year City Council term in November 2016. 

Doris has lived in Napa since 1990. She has over 30 years of steadily advancing career work – including managing a corporation of 2,500 employees (producing 30,000 W2’s a year); owned a wood stove manufacturing plant; owned an Investment Banking operation in the Midwest; created an off-site bank for the SBA handling funding and loan decisions as a lender of SBA money and worked with city, county and state governments for infrastructure replacement in poor rural communities.

Unique talents, gifts and skills are needed to bring about collaborative relationships on a city, county and corporate basis. Doris has excelled in these ventures for three decades of building corporations, fund-raising and enhancing public agencies by: making them more creative; expanding consensus; instilling political/legislative savvy; enhancing board development; leading with focus and teaching/training staff. Helping a company grow and prosper has been a common denominator in the life of Doris Gentry.

Doris prefers to be a part of the ‘Think Tank’ of operations with a helicopter view of projects. At this level of planning she thrives for solutions before problems arise.

Doris and her husband Jim live in Browns Valley where they have shared their home with over 100 teen foster children. Jim and Doris have 4 children, 6 grandkids and 2 rescue adopted dogs.

Gentry has current philanthropic attributes within the city of Napa which include:
• Chair Napa County Task Force on Sex Trafficking since 2014
• Chair Annual Sex Trafficking Conference for 400 guests since 2015
• Talk so Kids Listen Host & Producer Live Radio Show 1440 KVON Radio
• Chair Chocolate & Wine Event for Foster, Adoptive & Kincare Children since 2009
• Chair Napa Sunrise Rotary 4th of July Parade Since January 2009
• Host & Producer ‘On the Edge with Doris’ Live TV Show
Napa TV 28 Since 2008
• Member Napa Sunrise Rotary Since 2007
• Napa Valley College since 1995
• Member MENSA [on and off] since 1984
• Teacher for 35 years includes teaching 2 years of High School Math

Term Expires: December 2020 

Telephone: Doris Gentry at 707.258.7876
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