Agenda Item 10
Michael Faden, Senior Legislative Attorney
Bill 62-14, Taxation - Development Impact Taxes - Exemption
- Ancillary Facilities
Bill 62-14, Taxation - Development Impact Taxes - Exemption - Ancillary Facilities,
sponsored by then Council President Rice, was introduced on November 25, 2014. A Government,
Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee worksession is tentatively scheduled for January 29,
2015, at 9:30 a.m.
Bill 62-14 would exempt from development impact taxes certain ancillary facilities in
residential developments that do not increase the number of dwelling units in the development and
are not open to the public, such as clubhouses, fitness centers, or administration buildings.
This packet contains:
Legislative Request Report
F:\LAW\BILLS\1462 Impact Tax - Exemption - Ancillary Facilities\Public Hearing.Docx