The Littleton City Council has voted to double the fees charged on new development to pay for the increased use of city services that commercial and residential growth generates.
On a 6-1 vote on Aug. 20, the council approved the new system of impact fees, with Councilman Jim Taylor opposed.
Impact fees help the city pay for increased use of the fire and police departments, museum, library, and roads as a result of new development.
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