In September 2001, the Redevelopment Plan was amended to, among other things, extend the date to incur debt and to raise the tax increment cap and bonded indebtedness limit. The County of Los Angeles filed a validation action challenging the Plan Amendment on several grounds, including compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act; defective, incomplete and invalid Report to Council and breach of 1980 tax sharing agreement. The Superior Court has decided in favor of the Agency on all these issues. In the belief that the County would not appeal the Superior Court judgment, a Work Program has been developed, which repays Chinatown borrowing from Agency discretionary funds while instigating and continuing programs envisioned at the time of the Plan Amendment adoption. These include the development of affordable new family housing; development of the long anticipated Cultural and Community Center and Intermodal facility in conjunction with the City of Los Angeles; the Commercial Incentives Loan Program and Business Improvement Program targeting improvements to facades and buildings in the commercial core.