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Pinal County eyes change in development fees

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Pinal County plans to update its development fees, which pay for costs of infrastructure, like roads, parkland and public safety.

Currently, the law only permits fees to be used for construction, acquisition or expansion of public facilities that are necessary public services.

“Necessary public service” means any of the following categories of facilities that have a life expectancy of three or more years and that are owned and operated on behalf of the county: water facilities, wastewater facilities, street facilities, public safety facilities, and parks and recreational facilities.

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