development impact fee


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development impact fee

See impact fees.
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"The legislatively imposed development impact fee is predetermined, based on a specific monetary schedule, and applies to any person wishing to develop property in the district."
Another value capture mechanism is the development impact fee, a one-time levy on new development to help recover the costs of growth-related public services, such as construction of local roads.
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But while the state had expected a development impact fee from Tallahassee of several hundred thousand dollars, the city imposed a $6 million impact fee.
(151.) See Rosenberg, supra note 8, at 208-09 ("By adopting ordinances embracing development impact fee regimes, local governments simultaneously achieve a series of attractive political objectives, and they do so without having to consider any potential objections from interest groups unrepresented in the existing voting populace.").
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Development Impact Fees. A development impact fee is a one-time charge assessed against a developer, typically as a condition to beginning construction.
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The mitigation fee would be similar to a development impact fee, but would be different from Oregon's System Development Charge in a number of important ways.
Tenders are invited for independently assess and evaluate the city~s development impact fee (dif) calculation schedule, provide updated plans, where applicable, establish a nexus and recommendations for new fees, and propose a fair and reasonable fee structure thatshall adequately fund each identified component for developer~s share of capital costs ofnecessary community assets.
These objectives reflect the relationship between urban growth and the cost of capital improvements and public services, establishing the need for development impact fees. The estimated consolidated development impact fee was quantified with respect to the type and amount of infrastructure, facilities, and services needed to serve new development.
Request for Proposal: development impact fee calculation report utilities transportation safety and parks
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