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road impact fees 09 Apr 2004 12:25 #7932

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Have any of you had any experience with road impact fees? We are interested in opening a cinema restaurant in a vacant cinema that has a total of 13,000 s.f. The county road impact fee chart has restaurants paying $9,338 per 1,000 s.f. $120,000 seems like a lot of money especially considering the last tenants (AMC) certainly had to pay an impact fee when they built! Am I overlooking something??
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Re: road impact fees 09 Apr 2004 12:31 #7933

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Funny, but the City of Olympia (Washington) has all kinds of impact fees: roads, schools, environment, etc. In the past two years since they were enacted building in the city of Olympia has dropped sharply while the adjacent cities of Lacey and Tumwater have reported record levels of construction projects. Those two cities have no impact fees.
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Re: road impact fees 09 Apr 2004 12:47 #7934

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Yeah, there are all kinds of impact fees: fire, road, education, etc. but the big one I'm worried about is the road impact fee.
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