Raleigh is one of 11 Triangle cities that would no longer be able to require developers to pay impact fees on new construction under a bill now being considered by state legislators.
Raleigh is one of 11 Triangle cities that would no longer be able to require developers to pay impact fees on new construction under a bill now being considered by state legislators. Travis Long 2016 News & Observer file photo
Raleigh is one of 11 Triangle cities that would no longer be able to require developers to pay impact fees on new construction under a bill now being considered by state legislators. Travis Long 2016 News & Observer file photo

Absent impact fees, a free pass for developers

April 03, 2017 06:15 PM

UPDATED April 03, 2017 06:46 PM

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