First, the Land has to currently be Zoned as Commercial. If your property is not Zoned Commercial, you are not Safe. The Redevelopment Agency, will get your property reclassified, they will even create a new zone if it is their desire to Force Their Designs upon the community.
Second, the Redevelopment Agency will find a No Bid Developer at the Exclusion of Current Businesses, and Property Owners to make a Development Plan. Which by the way does not have to be in accordance with the specific plan or original reason for obtaining property.
Third, the Redevelopment Agency will buy up the land around you, and "Offer it exclusively to the Developer of Choice".
Fourth, the Redevelopment Agency will Pretend to represent the Library of San Bernardino County, to justify use of eminent Domain. Fortunately for them the Kelso Decision even supports their taking of property and forcing the transfer to a second private party.
Fifth, the council and City Manager will assume to know what YOUR Property is Valued to You. And somehow you don't deserve to decide how to use your property.
IF this is going to be PUBLIC POLICY in Grand Terrace. We will become the Town with NO Private Property, a town that was replaced by the BIG BOX stores.
We should have a sign. Welcome to Grand Terrace: Where Property Rights are Temporary, and Conditional on the Whims of the Redevelopment Agency the City Council and City Manager.