More single-family homes built in Yuma than anticipated

By Mara Knaub | Yuma Sun

An audit found that more permits for single-family homes in Yuma were issued than anticipated while the multi-family and commercial permits were less than estimated.

The City Council on Wednesday presented the results of an audit of the development impact fees collected by the city. The audit and a public hearing are conducted every two years as required by state law.

The draft version of the audit report was posted on the city’s website on Dec. 23. A public hearing must occur within 60 days of the release of the audit to the public.

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