County raises PLDO fees


Last updated 2/22/2007 at Noon

The Park Land Dedication Ordinance fees paid by developers to fund park facilities in the development’s community will be increased effective April 20.

A 4-1 decision of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, with Supervisor Dianne Jacob casting the vote of opposition, increases the fees to reflect current acquisition and construction costs. The PLDO fees had not been revised since 1986, and the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation prepared a new fee structure to reflect the increased cost of land and construction over two decades.

“I’m very pleased that it passed. This...

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