COG: Capital Improvement Plan needed for impact fees

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By Brian Garner

The Gateway Master Plan Steering Committee got a primer on impact fees from Catawba Regional Council of Government reps at their most recent meeting.

Committee chair Sylvia Jennings invited Cole McKinney and Robby Moody to explain the process where the county will be able to impose impact fees on future development.

McKinney said COG met with council about a month ago and made a presentation explaining how an impact fee is set in place, and that a capital improvement plan had to be created and was “an integral part of the entire process.”

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