Contra Costa's New Traffic Impact Fees

The East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Authority board votes to propose a $3000 per new house increase in traffic impact fees.

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September 24, 2000, 7:00 AM PDT

By California 2000

The East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Authority board voted to initiate steps leading to a $3000 per new house increase intraffic impact fees, which would raise the total to about $8000 for newhomes in East County. This increase could mean a $6 million addition tothe $10 million a year fee, money which would help pay for highwaywidening and bypass projects. Funds could also help projects deemed"regional" in scope. The board will perform further review before takingan official vote on the increase.

Thanks to California 2000 Project

Saturday, September 23, 2000 in Contra Costa Times-Walnut Creek


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