Impact fees repeal could come in Nove...

Impact fees repeal could come in November

There are 2 comments on the The Georgetown Times story from Sep 28, 2012, titled Impact fees repeal could come in November. In it, The Georgetown Times reports that:

Georgetown County Council is willing to do away with impact fees, as long as residents approve a one-cent sales tax in next month's General Election.

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Merry one

Myrtle Beach, SC

#1 Oct 1, 2012
Once again, the developers come in build a bunch of housing units and expect the rest of us to pay the tab for increased traffic, sewer and water demand, police and fire demand and more children in the schools.

Impact fees are a way to ask developers to pay their way.
Merry one

Myrtle Beach, SC

#2 Oct 1, 2012
Don't forge - the developers can take the cost of impact fees off their taxes at the end of the year as an expense of doing business. Unless you're a Mitt Romney, don't expect to be takng the regressive sales tax off at the end of the year.

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