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Kingman City Council to hold work session on development fees

Kingman City Council is considering development fees that would benefit improvement plans for police, fire, streets, and parks and recreation. (Miner file photo)

Kingman City Council is considering development fees that would benefit improvement plans for police, fire, streets, and parks and recreation. (Miner file photo)

KINGMAN – Kingman City Council will hold a work session at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 about development fees.

Development fees are fees imposed on new development. Eyed areas for such fees are fire, police, streets, and parks and recreation.

On Tuesday, council will hear from Ben Griffin of Tischler-Bise, who will provide an overview of development fees, an updated schedule of development fees and the next steps as proposed by city staff.

“After a stakeholder meeting on Oct. 7, and having worked with stakeholders over the past few months, adjustments have been made to the original infrastructure improvements plan which has impacted the level of development fees that were originally proposed,” the agenda reads. “In addition, as part of the development fee adoption process, credits have been applied which has also impacted the level of development fees originally proposed.”

Those credits are for sales tax revenue used to pay for growth-related capital improvements. On Tuesday, staff will seek input from council regarding land use assumptions, infrastructure improvements and development fees as they are proposed.

Information provided by the City of Kingman

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