State policymakers cannot easily monitor local redevelopment agencies’ performance in meeting low-income housing mandates because of inadequate data collection, according to a report released Tuesday by the California Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes.

State law requires California’s 424 redevelopment agencies to apply at least 20% of the tax money they collect to creating and preserving housing for those of limited means.

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