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The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development

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Park and Recreation Fees Violated Mitigation Fee Act
The court of appeal held that the City of Alameda’s development fee for parks and recreation was invalid and unenforceable because there was no reasonable relationship between the fee charged and the burden from new development. Boatworks, LLC v. City of Alameda, 35 Cal. App. 5th 290 (2019). The City improperly inflated mitigation fees by … Continue Reading

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