The Venice City Council shelved a proposed fire service fee in September in the face of public opposition. On Tuesday, the Council will consider two new impact fees that should be more popular with residents, but maybe not developers.
The Council is scheduled to hear first reading of an ordinance that would impose a fire protection impact fee and a police impact fee on development for which a building permit is issued on or after March 1, 2018. (An impact fee can’t go into effect until 90 days after it’s been adopted.)
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