The fee in Folsom that helps finance city parks could rise from $2,910 to $7,874 on constructing a single-family residence. Homebuilders have objected to the size of the hike and the short notice of the proposed change.
The fee in Folsom that helps finance city parks could rise from $2,910 to $7,874 on constructing a single-family residence. Homebuilders have objected to the size of the hike and the short notice of the proposed change. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
The fee in Folsom that helps finance city parks could rise from $2,910 to $7,874 on constructing a single-family residence. Homebuilders have objected to the size of the hike and the short notice of the proposed change. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

Developers decry Folsom park fee hike proposal

February 25, 2015 09:27 PM

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