development impact fee


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development impact fee

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A development impact fee is a one-time charge assessed against a developer, typically as a condition to beginning construction.
The bonds are secured by and payable from a senior pledge of revenues from the collection in the project area of a wastewater development impact fee as well as a subordinate pledge of net revenues derived from the operation of the City of Surprise's (the city) wastewater utility system (the system).
A distance surcharge incorporated into the calculation of development impact fees creates economic incentives for developers to locate projects within the city's urban core.
The parkland development impact fee was first imposed in 1983 and last raised in 1989, just before the valley's home market hit a deep recession.
Team and stakeholders and must demonstrate expertise in preparing development impact fees,
7 million wastewater development impact fee and subordinate lien wastewater utility revenue bonds, series 2007.
The bonds are secured by and payable from a senior pledge of revenues from the collection in the project area of a wastewater development impact fee, and a subordinate pledge of certain revenues derived from the operation of the City of Surprise's (the city) wastewater utility system.
is now positioned to prepare general plan updates, redevelopment plans, "smart growth" plans, revitalization plans, urban design guidelines, development impact fee studies, and fiscal plans for clients in the Los Angeles Basin, Inland Empire, San Joaquin Valley, eastern Sierra, and the Central Coast.
Cox went on to say that "this massive loss in housing affordability was an unanticipated consequence of regulations that have imposed urban growth boundaries, building moratoria, excessively expensive development impact fees and bureaucratic processes.
More than half of the transit agencies from which GAO collected data (32 of 55) reported that joint development--in which a transit agency and a private entity partner to create development at a transit station--has been used as a source of funding for transit, while about a third (19 of 55) reported that special assessment districts, tax increment financing, and development impact fees have been used.
Stalheim also said the county could lose the ability to collect development impact fees.
The city also agreed to waive 20 years property taxes on the building, plus $332,500 of development impact fees.
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