Zoning – Public school construction – Adequate public facilities fees – Development – Voluntary mitigation paymentsMardan IV, LLC v. Cnty. of Cabarrus For the reasons stated in Lanvale Properties, LLC v. Cnty of Cabarrus, above: Absent specific authority from the General Assembly, Adequate Public Facilities Ordinances (APFOs) that effectively require developers to pay a fee to obtain development approval are invalid as a matter of law.
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Published: August 28, 2012
Time posted: 4:22 pm
Tags: Adequate public facilities fees, Development, Public school construction, Voluntary mitigation payments, Zoning