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Table of Contents

Part 1 Foundations 1 The Progression of Impact Fees 2 National Impact Fee Survey 3 Legal Principles of Impact Fees 4 State Impact Fee Enabling Acts Part 2 Context 5 Proportionate-Share Basics 6 Credits 7 Impact Fees and the Planning Connection 8 Uniform Measures of Impact 9 Variations of Proportionate-Share Fee Design Part 3 Applications 10 Proportionate-Share Fees for Physical Infrastructure 11 Proportionate-Share Fees for Social Infrastructure 13 Proportionate-Share Fees for Operations and Maintenance Part 4 Implementation 14 Model Proportionate-Share Development Fee Ordinance 15 Development Impact Fee Administrative Code

About the Author

Julian C. Juergensmeyer is Professor and Ben F. Johnson Jr. Chair in Law at the Georgia State University College of Law, where he is also the Co-Director of the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth. He is also Adjunct Professor of City and Regional Planning at the Georgia Institute of Technology. James C. Nicholas is Emeritus Professor of Urban and Regional Planning and Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Florida, where he also served as Co-Director of Growth Management Studies.

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This is a "must-have" for the land-use professional who is planning to write or implement a system of development impact fees. It is chock-full of charts, models, graphs, and tables that show just how to write and implement a development impact-fee code. The "how-to" is nicely preceded by a thorough description of how impact fees came to be, their roots, their advantages, their legal bases, and pitfalls for the unwary. -David Callies, FAICP, professor of law, University of Hawaii and coauthor of Bargaining for Development: A Handbook In this single, comprehensive text, the leading triumvirate of impact-fee theory and practice shows us how to bring fundamental fairness and justice to impact fees with their transcendent guide to proportionate-share development fees. -Dwight H. Merriam, FAICP, partner, Robinson & Cole, LLP and author of The Complete Guide to Zoning

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