By Jay Socol, Public Communications Director
A new housing development pops up — it means more cars on our streets, more yards being watered and more toilets being flushed. Should an established College Station resident have to subsidize the additional wear and tear — and eventual expansion — on that infrastructure?
That’s being explored by the College Station City Council, which has asked for more information related to impact fees: one-time costs only to buyers of new homes who are bringing additional impact to the city’s infrastructure.
In this edition of the podcast, City Manager Kelly Templin explains how impact fees would work should the council eventually green-light this growth-driven, designated revenue stream.
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