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Airway Heights council talks transportation fee


With Airway Heights continually expanding, the council talked about adopting a transportation impact fee for future developments at the May 29 study session meeting.

“This is a fair and more consistent way to get money from developers,” Public Works Director Kevin Anderson said. “The developers usually like this more because it is predictable.”

Anderson talked about two approaches to developing an impact fee related to future transportation needs. The first one was a transportation impact fee (TIF) and the second was a voluntary SEPA Transportation Mitigation Fee (TMF).

Anderson sa...

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