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  • Council lowers developer taxes

    Taxes on new development will be significantly lower than proposed thanks to a last-minute decision by the Spokane City Council. With a 4-2 vote, the council on Monday approved impact …


  • City of Spokane weighs development taxes

    Potential taxes on new development approved two years ago would finally be collected under a proposal being considered by the Spokane City Council. The taxes are one-time “impact fees” paid …


  • Kootenai commissioners delay vote on impact fees

    Kootenai County commissioners have postponed for at least 90 days a decision on whether to require developers to pay to extend services in areas of fast growth. Larry Clark, president …


  • Cheney council raises park impact fees

    After much debate over the issue in the past month, the Cheney City Council approved the update of the city’s park impact fees. Stan Schwartz, city attorney for Cheney, said …


  • Kootenai County considers impact fees

    With 60,500 projected new residents and 19,900 more homes in the next decade, Kootenai County wants to figure out how such unprecedented growth can help pay for roads, parks, fire …


  • New homes come with impact fees

    Developers would have to pay as much as $3,044 in growth impact fees for each new home they build in southeast Spokane to help pay for the new roads needed …


  • Cda Urges Donation Of Illegally Collected Fees

    This city will ask developers if it may keep nearly half a million dollars it collected from them illegally. In return, the city promises to publicize the names of the …

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