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Apache Junction development fees to go up in 4 of 6 building types, according to draft plan

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By Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent

Fees per residential unit may go up, while development fees for nonresidential construction would go down, under a proposed development fee land use assumptions and infrastructure improvement plan draft report.

The Apache Junction City Council is expected to discuss the new draft report, which would impact development fees for residential and nonresidential construction projects, on Tuesday, April 16.

The 7 p.m. Apache Junction City Council meeting will take place in the council chambers, 300 E. Superstition Blvd.


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