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Who pays if an impact fee moratorium passes?

March 2, 2013

To the editor: The League of Women Voters of Lee County, Florida is extremely concerned about the current consideration by the Lee County Commissioners to implement a moratorium on impact fees....

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lightswitch

Mar-03-13 10:17 PM

In Cape Coral the largest portion will come from residential property the figure before this years tax bill was 92% The commercial or business portion was 8%. and we really know that at least 16,000 undeveloped lots in Cape Coral will pay next to nothing whether residential or commercial. Now in Lee County if the guess that the lost revenue would be $10 million that will just be added to the $30 to $36 million the county could not cut last year boosting the total to probably close to $50 million which was the amount they started with the year before and then made the $36 million dollar purchase of 20/20 conservation land bumping the total. Best part is they collected $577 million with the 20/20 program from Cape Coral and to date have not used the money to by even 1 square foot. If we have 24 to 27% of the county population we want some thing to show for our 20/20 land tax. We have spent over a billion dollars on water/sewer and yet to see where county offset any of issued bonds!

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