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By GRACE POHL
Staff Intern 

Airway Heights council OKs reducing rates

General facility connection amounts for Highland Village dropped

 


At the July 2 Airway Heights City Council meeting there was only one resolution to pass on the agenda and it was approved without any discussion.

The resolution authorized a 50 percent reduction in further general facility connection (GFC) amounts for the portion of Highland Village that is being developed by Community Frameworks. The other part of the development is being done by Habitat for Humanity.

In 2016, the city had passed a similar resolution that allowed for a reduction to 85 percent of the full GFC amounts, but Community Frameworks was seeking an additional reduction in order to...



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