Master of Public Administration (MPA)
First Committee Member
Dr. William Thompson
Second Committee Member
Dr. Leonard Goodall
Third Committee Member
Dr. Soonhee Kim
Fourth Committee Member
Dr. Keith Schwer
Number of Pages
Development impact fees and exactions are financing mechanisms that local governments increasingly use to finance the cost of public infrastructure. The primary reason that local governments favor development impact fees and exactions to finance public infrastructure is that the costs associated with growth falls on developers. Two legal cases --Golden v. The Planning Board of The Town of Ramapo, New York and the Construction Industry Association of Sonoma County v. The City of Petaluma, California-- serve as the basis for the support of development impact fees and exactions as a method to manage growth (So & Getzels: 53, 1988).
Impact fees; Infrastructure (Economics); Local government; Public works — Finance; Taxation
Infrastructure | Public Administration
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Korkosz, John P., "Financing public infrastructure: A case study on whether development impact fees & exactions or property taxes should be used to support the financing of new public infrastructure" (2000). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 506.
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