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Podcast: Would new impact fees impact me?

By Jay Socol, Public Communications Director

A new housing development pops up — it means more cars on our streets, more yards being watered and more toilets being flushed. 133 more words

Public Communications

Giving the Farm Away

There are many instances in which deals get cut behind the scenes to benefit the local power brokers in Patterson, Those deals are then masked as proposals which will be of tremendous benefit to the city and the community.   1,654 more words

Live Blog: Thursday’s city council meetings (Nov. 12)

By Colin Killian, Public Communications Manager

Welcome to our live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Thursday, Nov. 927 more words

Public Communications

Five things to watch at Thursday’s city council meeting

By Colin Killian, Communications Manager

The College Station City Council gathers Thursday at city hall for its workshop (5:30 p.m.) and regular (7 p.m.) meetings. 229 more words

Public Communications

PA Appeals Court Upholds Board’s Calculation of Impact Fees that Included Pass-by-Trips

Metro Bank planned to build new branch and sought judicial review of the calculation township’s board of commissioners used to assess transportation impact fee for new development, asserting that township should not have included “pass-by trips” when calculating the number of new peak-hour trips generated by the development. 109 more words

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Arizona Revised Statutes Encourage Smart Growth, Light Rail, and Discourage Sprawl - Vote No on 104

(Tom Lane, August 22, 2015) UNDER CONSTRUCTION  In the last 10 years, Arizona has passed a number of laws that encourage smart growth and light rail, that increase density in city centers, and that discourage sprawl. 3,978 more words


NC Appeals Court Invalidates Town’s Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance and Orders Repayment of Fees Interest on Impact Fees

Land developers brought an action against the Town to secure interest on impact fees that the town charged pursuant to ordinance, which the town reimbursed with a letter indicating that the refund, without interest, was consideration for waiver of claims under ordinance. 394 more words

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