Published on November 30, 2022 at 12:08 pm
Clay County commissioners are considering introducing a new fee that will affect builders for every new home that’s constructed as a way to raise money for developments such as roads, fire stations and sheriff’s offices.
The City Commission met Monday to hear the proposed plan to implement impact fees, which would be placed on top of other current fees.
Right now, when a new development is built, the county charges mobility fees for people who use new roads, which accumulates approximately $9.3 million for the current fiscal year. However, that fee isn’t raising enough money to keep up with the demand.
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