The parcels are located in the Ashland and Cherry districts, inan area extending south along East 14th Street and on MissionBoulevard to Grove Way. Seventeen of the properties are inunincorporated Alameda County, seven are in San Leandro.

Fourteen of the properties sit on East 14th Street between 153rdRoad and 166th Avenues. The other three are at 19648 and 20478Mission Blvd., and 1411 165th Ave. County officials say they willtake steps to relocate existing businesses in the area.

Details were not immediately available on the owner of theproperties, or the proposed compensation. The matter goes beforethe San Leandro City Council on Sept. 18, says Debbie Potter of thecity's redevelopment agency.

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