Latest News: March 2008

School impact fees proposed to manage growth
Charleston Post Courier, SC - March 31, 2008
Thousands of new homes will flood the Lowcountry in the coming decades, bringing with them a deluge of school-age children. But educators, lawmakers and concerned citizens question where the newcomers will attend school. The expected student influx will ...

Bad Info Skewed Impact Fee Debate
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 31, 2008
The first casualty when war comes is truth," U.S. Sen. Hiram Johnson said in 1918, as the United States entered World War I. In a similar vein, Jack Richie said it has been hard to separate fact from fiction, and to distinguish between half truths and misleading statistics, ...

Impact fees aid cities in dealing with growth
Northwest Arkansas Times, AR - March 30, 2008
Water and wastewater impact fees are designed to generate revenue to allow growth to occur. "You've got to be able to treat the effluent that's flowing to your plant, and you've got to be able to produce the water that people need, or else you get in real problems," Clancy ...

Leopold admits reversing his stand on impact fees
Baltimore Sun, MD - March 30, 2008
Years before he became Anne Arundel County's chief executive, John R Leopold sounded a lot like the critics of his current plan to impose perhaps the highest development impact fees in Maryland. In 2001, Leopold attacked county leaders' idea of raising those fees ...

Impact fee bids stalling
Online Athens, GA - March 30, 2008
A year ago, Barrow, Jackson and Oconee county officials all looked to impact fees on new developments as a way to fund roads, fire stations and parks for their burgeoning populations. With a third less homes built in 2007, now they all are wondering whether impact ...

Impact fees would touch many
News & Observer, NC - March 29, 2008
Many city residents think a proposed doubling of impact fees would mainly affect developers planning new submissions. But the increases, outlined in a one-page summary given to the Planning Commission earlier this week, would be much more far-reaching. ...

Impact fee increase decision postponed again
Cary News, NC - March 28, 2008
A decision about raising impact fees was again delayed as Cary Town Council members postponed action on the matter until April 7. The decision came at the council's meeting Thursday, at which Budget Director Scott Fogleman presented a staff report on impact fee ...

City outlines early plans for dealing with cost of growth
The Aurora Sentinel Daily Sun, CO - March 28, 2008
The city (Aurora) may implement impact fees or excise taxes to address what they say is a $5,100 shortfall between the city's expenses and its net revenue from growth. During a Management and Finance Committee meeting March 27, city staff and consultants ...

Aurora considers impact fee
Denver Post, CO - March 28, 2008
The city might charge developers an impact fee for each home built or try for a tax increase to pay for infrastructure and services for new developments. Those were the recommendations of a study released Thursday that found that for each home built, the city ...

Developers vent frustrations with planning process
Northwest Arkansas Times, AR - March 28, 2008
Local developers are fed up with the way the city's planning process works and are devising a strategy to let their concerns be known. A group of developers met Thursday to discuss some of their grievances with the process and their own experiences with ...

Impact Fee Suspension: Committee To Give Its 'Yes' Or 'No'
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 27, 2008
By 11 a.m. today, the 11-member Highlands County Citizens Advisory Committee on Impact Fees should have a recommendation on whether county commissioners should temporarily suspend impact fees for six months. Jack Richie, committee chairman, said the ...

Several seek seats on impact fee panel
Online Athens (subscription), GA - March 27, 2008
Some heavy-hitters in Oconee County's business and development community are vying to serve on an Oconee County impact fee study committee. The 13 applicants for the 10-person committee, which will recommend whether the county should follow communities ...

Deal reached on fees
The Californian, CA - March 27, 2008
A program to collect road improvement fees from Monterey County developers is expected to keep more money in Salinas while raising fees in north county, following a compromise reached Wednesday. The Transportation Agency for Monterey County board voted ...

Brunswick rejects impact fees for new development
Frederick News Post (subscription), MD - March 26, 2008
New developers in Brunswick will not have to pay impact fees to the city, although that may change in the next year or so. Council members Tuesday evening rejected a proposal to consider impact fees that would pay for new water and sewer, parks and police ...

Get new development to pay way on schools
Hilton Head Island Packet, SC - March 26, 2008
I recently attended a Beaufort County School District meeting regarding the upcoming $162.7 million bond referendum. I was deeply impressed by the excellent fact-finding, planning, design, needs analysis and future flexibility exhibited by all the personnel ...

New fees for roads must strike balance
News-Times, OR - March 26, 2008
Washington County commissioners acted wisely when they put the brakes on their proposal to substantially boost development fees on new construction to pay for transportation improvements spurred by growth. The decision by the county, made earlier this month, ...

City might lower impact fees: University Place rejects rebate for developers
Trading Markets, CA - March 26, 2008
For the second time in a year, University Place officials are leaning toward lowering the traffic impact fees paid by developers. But the city likely won't give rebates to those who already paid the higher charge. The City Council passed its first fee in April, charging ...

Developers renegotiate fee to Aventura
Miami Herald, FL - March 25, 2008
The idea was simple enough: Make developers pay an extra fee for the strain their projects would put on Aventura's transportation system.  But the planned impact fee, to be used to fund and expand the free Aventura Express shuttle bus system, hit a snag after ...

Volusia board may cut school impact fee
Daytona Beach News-Journal, FL - March 25, 2008
The ailing housing industry may get a break when Volusia County's school impact fee is reset later this year, but it's not likely to be as much as some homebuilders would like. "We should take into account the climate of the county," School Board member Candace ...

Builders May Seek $1.1 Million Impact Fee Refunds
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 25, 2008
Builders are likely to ask Highlands County government for impact fee refunds totaling more than $1.1 million should the fees be suspended for six months. That is likely to happen for building projects that are in progress, in case fees are suspended to stimulate home building ...

Impact fee decision pushed back
News 14 Carolina, NC - March 25, 2008
After members of Raleigh's Planning Commission discussed the possibility of raising impact fees for nearly half an hour, members decided to wait before making a decision. "We want to see Cary. We want to see Durham," said Brad Mullins, who is a member of the ...

Waldron Sets Water Development Fee
Fort Smith Times Record, AR - March 25, 2008
With favorable attention being paid at the federal level for the creation of a joint water source by the cities of Waldron and Booneville, this month the Waldron City Council approved a 25-cents-per-1,000-gallons water usage fee to cover some development ...

Developers renegotiate fee to city
MiamiHerald.com, FL - March 25, 2008
The idea was simple enough: Make developers pay an extra fee for the strain their projects would put on Aventura's transportation system. But the planned impact fee, to be used to fund and expand the free Aventura Express shuttle bus system, hit a snag after ...

Impact fee talks begin with a bang
Houston Home Journal, GA - March 24, 2008
There's little middle ground in the discussion of impact fees in Perry. Bob Hubbard, who supports the idea of impact fees, was first to the mike on Tuesday night and he didn't mince words. Looking out at the crowd that packed the Perry City Council meeting room for the ...

Impact fee may go up for some
Daytona Beach News-Journal, FL - March 24, 2008
Owners of new single-family homes may soon see a 44 percent increase in their school impact fee, while the charge could drop for multifamily units and mobile homes. That's the advisory committee's recommendation that will be presented Tuesday to the Volusia ...

Superintendent Opposes Suspending School Impact Fee
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 23, 2008
The Highlands County School Board will ask the Highlands County commissioners not to suspend the school impact fee. In about two weeks, the commissioners will vote on Commissioner Guy Maxcy's plan to suspend impact fees for six months as the linchpin of a county ...

Councilman may revise bill to ease homebuilding
Baltimore Sun, MD - March 23, 2008
An Anne Arundel County councilman who is sponsoring a bill designed to overhaul the county's adequate facilities law for schools said he may kill provisions that would allow home building within feeder systems overcrowded by as much as 10 percent. Councilman ...

SOUTH LEE EDITORIAL: County was right to delay decision on impact fees
The News-Press, FL - March 22, 2008
Lee County commissioners acted properly to delay slashing or eliminating impact fees this week, in spite of pressure from builders to do the contrary. The county should study the effects of what reducing fees would do to local projects, such as building roads. ...

Williston developers oppose rise in fees
BurlingtonFreePress.com, VT - March 22, 2008
Only two developers came to the Williston Planning Commission hearing this week on a proposed increase in the town's transportation impact fee, but they claimed their strong opposition was on behalf of the hundreds of future homeowners to whom the increased costs ...

Builders challenge towns’ impact fees
Hudson Star Observer, WI - March 21, 2008
A regional builders' association has filed lawsuits against a town in Pierce County and a town in St. Croix County, claiming the municipalities' impact fees are illegal. The suits ask for refunds totaling over $600,000. The complaints allege the ordinances ...

Impact fee cut incentive bill gains in House
The News-Press, FL - March 21, 2008
A bill that would reward counties for cutting impact fees passed through its first House committee Thursday. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Gary Aubuchon, R-Cape Coral, would increase funding for affordable housing to counties that lower impact fees. Florida has ...

Affordable housing bill strikes at impact fees
Charlotte Sun-Herald, FL - March 20, 2008
Charlotte County's temporary impact-fee rollback played a role in setting the terms of an affordable housing bill that cleared the House Committee on Economic Development on Thursday. The bill sets aside $75 million in affordable housing assistance through the Florida ...

Commissioners split 3-2
Main Street Newspapers, GA - March 20, 2008
Jackson County commissioner Tom Crow continued to push his fellow commissioners to move forward to study impact fees Monday night, but his motion failed in a 3-2 vote. Commissioner Dwain Smith voted with Crow to do an impact fee study. But commissioners ...

Elkins Gets Results Of Water, Sewer Impact Fee Study
Springdale Morning News, AR - March 20, 2008
An impact fee for water and sewer for a single-family home would cost $7,200 if both Elkins and Fayetteville approve the maximum fees, according to a recently complete study. Elkins contracts with Fayetteville for water and sewer service, so Fayetteville's actions ...

DeSoto commissioners plan total impact fee refund
Charlotte Sun-Herald, FL - March 20, 2008
The final piece of the puzzle is in place — a complete DeSoto County impact fee refund is only one step away from approval. The total cost of the refund to county coffers: more than a quarter million dollars. The DeSoto County School District's funds account for ...

City raises impact fee
Trading Markets (press release), CA - March 20, 2008
A divided City Council this week approved Durham's first impact-fee increase in eight years, over opposition from a local home builder's lobby and Mayor Bill Bell. The 4-3 vote green-lighted an increase in the per-home levies the city imposes on new homes to raise ...

Impact fees, poll says
Charlotte Observer, NC - March 20, 2008
As usual, politicians are out of sync with what North Carolinians are thinking. This time the disconnect is about how the state ought to pay for urgent transportation needs. A poll by Elon University's Institute for Politics and Public Affairs showed overwhelming  ...

City, county tighten spending screws
Tucson Citizen, AZ - March 18, 2008
Home sales are in the toilet. Foreclosures abound. Consumers aren't spending. Joblessness is rising. The state economy is in recession. The drumbeat of bleak Arizona economic news that began last fall continues to pound unabated through the spring. Across the state...

Developers advised to stand up
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, FL - March 17, 2008
When it comes to seizing land from developers and other private citizens, Manatee County is one of the more aggressive counties in the state, says Bill Moore, a well-known Sarasota eminent domain attorney. In its effort to save taxpayers' money, the county ...

FPUA: Fort Pierce developer improperly tapped residents' drinking ...
Vero Beach Press-Journal (subscription), FL - March 17, 2008
Several residents in the Harbour Isle condominium complex have been paying a lot more for water in the past two years than they should have. Fort Pierce Utilities Authority officials discovered the developer of the 912-unit community improperly tapped into the water ...

Stimulus Package To Be Discussed Tuesday
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 17, 2008
The Highlands County commissioners meeting today should have plenty of "stimulating" conversation. After talking about it in news interviews, before a homeowners group, and by responding to many calls and e-mails about his ideas, county Commissioner Guy Maxcy ...

Impact fee increase mulled
Northwest Arkansas Times, AR - March 16, 2008
Even if maximum water and sewer impact fees get approved for improvements to the water and wastewater systems, Fayetteville residents probably won't notice a difference in water pressure or water flow — at least, not right away. " A dollar in the bank ...

Cape Mailbag: Where is land revenue going?
The News-Press, FL - March 15, 2008
If you are under 50 and living in Cape Coral, you have a lot to worry about. There is something coming not too many years down the road that is very bothersome. Let me explain. At many council meetings we have heard the words "built out" and a plan for "Full Built Out." ...

City Consultant advises sticking to facts
Enterprise-Record, CA - March 15, 2008
The city's consultant blamed the impact fee argument on "bifurcation of the park system," Thursday night, saying the conversation should first focus on the process of setting impact fees rather than the resulting fee. The meeting was a four-hour rehash of the impact ...

Williston impact fees may increase
BurlingtonFreePress.com, VT - March 14, 2008
Planning to develop land in Williston? You might consider attending the Williston Planning Commission public hearing Tuesday. Proposed changes to the development bylaws will increase significantly the transportation impact fees charged on new developments. ...

Berkeley officials dispute document Impact fee info called misleading
Charleston Post Courier, SC - March 14, 2008
Berkeley County officials say Moncks Corner is distributing false and misleading information about county fees in an attempt to lure property owners into town limits. Supervisor Dan Davis on Thursday released a document obtained by the county that compares fees ...

Council says no to developer impact fees for city
Douglas Daily Dispatch, AZ - March 14, 2008
Golf course trail fees, development fees and computers for the library were some of the issues discussed at Wednesday's City Council meeting. The trail fees at the Douglas Municipal Golf Course were amended Wednesday. As it stood, the golf course charged a $5 ...

Facilities fee get grace period
Pasadena Star-News, CA - March 14, 2008
Developers who plan to build new homes and homeowners who have submitted room-addition plans to the city will have a year to obtain a building permit if they want to avoid paying increased park fees. The newly hiked Park Facilities Impact fee originally was set to go into ...

FRRPD impact fee forum has positive feedback
Enterprise-Record, CA - March 14, 2008
Participants at the Feather River Recreation and Park District forum on impact fees showed more positive attitudes, but FRRPD and the city still appeared to have different ideas about how the park impact fees should be collected. The city of Oroville and FRRPD both had ...

The price of water
Estes Park Trail Gazette, CO - March 14, 2008
Water tap fees for new customers wanting to connect to the Estes Park municipal water system may increase drastically if a utility department proposal is accepted. One-time connection charges would increase approximately 143 percent for new customers if ...

County wisely delayed fee vote; work remains
Beaverton Valley Times, OR - March 13, 2008
Washington County commissioners acted wisely last week to put on hold a proposal to substantially increase development fees on new construction and growth to pay for transportation improvements spurred by growth. The decision by the county means that voters ...

Brunswick studies impact fees
Frederick News Post (subscription), MD - March 13, 2008
Impact fees would bring in anywhere from $157,500 to $288,750 a year to help defray the costs of residential development in Brunswick, according to a study by the city commissioned. TischlerBise, a Rockville firm that studies the cost of growth for local government...

EDITORIAL: County was right to delay decision on impact fees
The News-Press, FL - March 13, 2008
Lee County commissioners acted properly to delay slashing or eliminating impact fees this week, in spite of pressure from builders to do the contrary. The county should study the effects of what reducing fees would do to local projects, such as building roads. ...

Village balks at road fee proposal
Southtown Star, IL - March 13, 2008
Will County's proposed road impact fee has hit a bump in the road. New Lenox trustees unanimously approved a resolution Monday night objecting to fees, which they said are "excessive and beyond reason and would significantly deter future economic development ...

Impact fees proposal moving forward
Bonner County Daily Bee, ID - March 13, 2008
Bonner County commissioners agreed unanimously on Tuesday to seek proposals from firms which specialize in the establishment of ordinances requiring developer impact fees. Commissioner Todd Crossett campaigned for the fees when he ran for the District 1 ...

Without Impact Fees, Who Pays For Growth?
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 13, 2008
Highlands County is in a Catch 22 when it comes to impact fees. County commissioners appointed a committee to consider whether to lift the fees and other costs to building houses and commercial property, but it will be months before anything is decided. ...

Is Impact Fee Committee Killing Construction Industry?
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 13, 2008
Some business people claim Highlands County's impact fees, added on top of a poor local economy, have created a vicious one-two punch combination that has knocked the local building industry against the ropes. If that is the case, though, others say the creation of the ...

St. Lucie wants to increase impact fees, but not sure about timetable
Fort Pierce Tribune, FL - March 12, 2008
St. Lucie County commissioners indicated today they would like to increase impact fees charged for new construction, but they couldn't agree how quickly raise them. County Administrator Doug Anderson suggested the commission follow a consultant's recommendation ...

Chesterfield takes up new-home fees
Richmond Times Dispatch, VA - March 12, 2008
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors today will consider imposing a $5,820 fee on the builders of new homes to help pay for roads in the county. The board voted last month to defer action on the impact fee pending the outcome of legislation that would ...

Cities have options for water, sewer impact fees
Northwest Arkansas Times, AR - March 12, 2008
The cost of building a new house in Fayetteville could go up more than $ 4, 000 if the City Council eventually approves the maximum water and sewer impact fees allowed. " We know when we see these maximum numbers, this is what we can legally defend at least, " ...

City brings its park impact fee proposal back
Mercury-Register, CA - March 12, 2008
The Oroville City Council will hear a presentation on impact fees, consider raising the city's park development impact fee and collecting a fee for the Feather River Recreation and Park District, Thursday. The city and FRRPD were at odds over park impact fees ...

Public works committee closes in on a final SDC report
Ontario Argus Observer, OR - March 12, 2008
The last piece in the system development charge (SDC) puzzle was put in place by the Ontario Public Works Committee Thursday, and committee members will now take a week off to think about how to write the SDC ordinance. The members voted Thursday to ...

Builders mad as Lee fees stay the same
The News-Press, FL - March 11, 2008
Impact fees will not change in the short term, and building industry officials are incensed. Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to expedite a road impact fee study that may show fees need reducing. But it could be late August or September before a consultant completes ...

County to research new impact fee system
Charlotte Sun-Herald, FL - March 11, 2008
Charlotte County could become the first municipality in Florida to utilize an impact fee system that rewards residential development near existing public services. The commission wants to gather additional information about tiered impact fees, a concept which ...

Benson Board To Discuss New Fees
Dunn Daily Record, NC - March 11, 2008
The Benson Board of Commissioners will meet tonight to consider increasing the town's open space and recreation fee by hundreds of dollars for town residents, and adding a residential utility impact fee for new residential development. The open space and recreation ...

Zephyrhills Delays Road Impact Fee Increase
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 10, 2008
The city council agreed Monday to postpone increasing transportation impact fees so developers can provide more input. An ordinance was set for final approval. However, after developers complained about the rate changes, the city scheduled workshop ...

Fort Worth may scale back planned fees for developers
Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX - March 10, 2008
A consensus is building among land developers and city staffers that would scale back the proposed road impact fees on new construction in Fort Worth. New homes in most of Fort Worth would see an impact fee of $1,500 under the proposal, with lower fees in two regions ...

Lee commissioners, builders to return to impact fee issue
The News-Press, FL - March 9, 2008
A top local building industry official said if Lee County commissioners wait months for a study before slashing impact fees, it essentially creates a building moratorium. A Lee County official, however, said if builders stop pulling permits, it’s the industry’s reaction to ...

Impact Fee Committee Meets Wednesday
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 9, 2008
The new Highlands County Citizens Advisory Committee on Impact Fees will hold its first meeting Wednesday afternoon. County commissioners appointed the 11-member committee to recommend whether the controversial impact fees should be raised, lowered, ...

Zephyrhills Revisits Impact Fee Hike Plans
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 8, 2008
Concerns from developers have prompted the city council to reopen discussion about the planned increase in transportation impact fees. A workshop is scheduled for 5 p.m. Monday, to be followed by the council's regular meeting. Developers and builders pay ...

Construction halt sought over traffic impact fees
Ventura County Star, CA - March 7, 2008
Lawyers for Ventura County asked a court this week to halt construction at Ventura, Moorpark and Oxnard colleges on grounds that the Ventura County Community College District failed to offset the additional traffic from the expanded campus facilities. The ...

No May ballot spot for traffic impact fees
Hillsboro Argus - OregonLive.com, OR - March 7, 2008
Washington County Commissioners Tuesday voted to delay any more hearings on proposed traffic impact fee increases until April 22, making it impossible to put the issue to voters by May. Additionally, the council asked that the Washington County Coordinating ...

Paying for roads is still a challenge in Destin
Destin Log, FL - March 7, 2008
The last thing Destin needs is to have new development pay 31 percent less for roads, City Councilor James Bagby says. "I cannot support a 31 percent drop," Bagby said at this week's council meeting. If new development doesn't pay for its impact on city ...

House panel tables infrastructure district bill
Idaho Business Review, United States - March 7, 2008
The House Revenue & Taxation Committee today tabled, until March 10, legislation that would allow creation of community infrastructure districts. House Bill 578 would create a financial tool to allow new growth to more efficiently pay for itself through the creation ...

Prepaid Impact Fees May Stimulate Growth, Funding For New Schools
Tampa Tribune, FL - March 5, 2008
With the Hernando County Commission's decision Tuesday to approve a two-year extension for the use of prepaid impact fees, the future is looking bright for increased funding for school infrastructure. But the "flurry" of money coming in - and the interest it earns - probably ...

Impact fees may increase by 72%
TCPalm, FL - March 5, 2008
Prices for new homes and other structures are expected to rise, and maybe dissuade some customers from buying, if county commissioners agree to a consultant's proposal for 72 percent increases in impact fees.Impact fees are one-time charges ...

Burlingame weighs developer fees
San Mateo County Times, CA - March 4, 2008
The City Council got its first taste Monday night of a plan that would make growth and redevelopment pay its own way when it comes to expanding city services. The proposal calls for assessing developer fees for capital costs of public safety, parks and recreation, water ...

Council considers consultant for park impact fees
Mercury-Register, CA - March 4, 2008
Oroville City Council will consider an agreement with a firm to provide consultation services regarding the current park impact fee. The regular meeting begins at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 1735 Montgomery St. A special meeting is also scheduled for 6 p.m. to ...

Paying for roads a controversial issue
Destin Log, FL - March 4, 2008
After eight months of debate and discussion, Destin City Council passed new impact fees for parks and library services but decided the new road impact fee required further revision. Impact fees are imposed on new development to cover the increased demands ...

Washington County delays sending voters traffic fee increase
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com, OR - March 4, 2008
After developers complained, the Washington County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday not to ask voters in May for a boost in traffic impact fees. Instead, the commissioners sent the proposal back to a committee and said they might send a revised plan to ...

‘Sticker shock’ scuttles Washington County traffic fee plan
Beaverton Valley Times, OR - March 4, 2008
After a sudden flurry of outrage and concern from Washington County business interests, county commissioners voted Tuesday to delay a proposal that would hike development fees for new construction throughout the county. The county's traffic impact ...

County to Slash Impact Fees
WJHG-TV, FL - March 4, 2008
Commissioners want to help jump start the slumping housing market, and they say slashing impact fees across the board could do the trick. Board members want to cut-back by 50 percent. Builders have to pay the fees when they get building permits, but a weak ...

Collier leaders continue to work toward housing solutions
Bonitanews (subscription), FL - March 4, 2008
A slowing economy is freeing up several affordable housing options for Collier County workers, but not enough. A presentation was made Tuesday to Collier County commissioners by county employees using figures from Collier County Property Appraiser Abe Skinner's office ...

Developers try to stall impact fee proposal
Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX - March 3, 2008
Thousands of new homes have gone up in far-flung areas of Fort Worth. They've helped push Fort Worth's population from 534,000 in 2000 to 686,000. That's the equivalent of adding a city the size of Beaumont in seven years. And many of those new residents ...

Silverthorne hires housing consultant
Summit Daily News, CO - March 2, 2008
Finding itself with nearly a half-million dollars in tax revenues earmarked for affordable housing and no definite plan on how to spend it, the Silverthorne town council decided recently to hire a Boulder consulting company to provide a strategic housing plan. ...

Deep impact Towns say development fees help offset taxes
Eagle Tribune, MA - March 2, 2008
More and more southern New Hampshire towns are turning to impact fees to help cushion the blow of constructing new school, public safety and recreation facilities. Windham approved new police and fire impact fees last week and is considering recreation impact ...

 
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