Most City Council members last week generally agreed they’re not interested in assessing fees for the impacts of new development on city services.
But they wanted to explore whether existing fees — such as those for utility connections — were enough to cover city costs.
Lora Lucero, a land-use expert, told the council that the state’s law for so-called impact fees is stringent and requires money from the fees to go toward infrastructure and equipment that would be needed as a result of new development.
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