In a decision reflecting perhaps the worst-case scenario for the redevelopment community, the California Supreme Court largely upheld Assembly Bill X1 26, which requires the dissolution of redevelopment agencies across the State, but invalidated Assembly Bill X1 27, which would have given redevelopment agencies an option of continuing to exist if the agencies shared their tax revenues.  Redevelopment agencies in California now must proceed to dissolve, and transfer control to successor agencies, which are expected to be the city or county.  The successor agency will be responsible for performing existing obligations, but no new redevelopment obligations can be assumed.