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RCW 39.92 could be used by your city to impose transportation impact fees, even though your city does not plan under the Growth Management Act. As you point out, reference is made in RCW 82.02.020 to impact fees under RCW 39.92 . The second reference is the operative one...
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Although this issue is not directly addressed by the GMA, there is a strong case against pursuing such a policy. Impact fees are frequently the subject of litigation, and such a policy may be inviting a challenge. By definition, level-of-service standards should define the lev...
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Yes, cities do have the authority to impose systems development charges outside their city limits. RCW 35.92.025 provides cities with the authority to impose such charges in connection with utility hook-ups. There is no limitation in this statute which would prohibit a city fr...
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This is in response to a request for information on funding sources for the acquisition of parks and open space. This includes information on non-monetary options to acquire and protect open space. The following is a list of the primary options that we've identified: Fundin...
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Yes, under certain circumstances. The relevant statute, RCW 82.46.010(2) states as follows: The legislative authority of any county or any city may impose an excise tax on each sale of real property in the unincorporated areas of the county for the county tax and in the c...
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Arguments raised pro GMA Arguments raised against GMA Can qualify for growth management and other grants Can enact impact fees per RCW 82.02.050 Additional cost...
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Growth Management Interlocal Agreements regarding Urban Growth Areas: A Summary of Issues The following is a summary of city and county experiences with growth management interlocal agreements (as of September 2003) for development review and planning within the UGA. This ...
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No. In Lincoln Shiloh Assoc., Ltd. v. Mukilteo Water District , 45 Wn. App. 123 (1986), the court of appeals refused to find a vested right to be charged only the fees for water connection in effect on the date of a building permit application. The court stated that the ve...
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Yes, according to the court of appeals in Lakewood v. Pierce County , 106 Wn. App. 63, 78-79 (2001). In that decision, the court of appeals held that the city may, in the context of a negotiated franchise agreement regarding the county sewer system within the city, charge t...
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Yes. Many Washington cities have passed ordinances requiring out-of-city businesses “engaging in business” within the city to obtain a city business license and/or to pay the city B&O tax. Some cities have created separate “in-city” and “out-of-city” licensing requirements an...
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