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U.S. Supreme Court Limits Development Impact Fees

In April, the United States Supreme Court decided Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, holding that legislatively-imposed fees on development are subject to the same constitutional scrutiny as fees imposed by administrative bodies.

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In April, the United States Supreme Court decided Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, 601 U.S. ___, holding that legislatively-imposed fees on development are subject to the same constitutional scrutiny as fees imposed by administrative bodies. The Court’s decision may have an impact on fees New York municipalities impose on developers in lieu of developer-provided parkland.

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