June 20, 2007
Members on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors are looking to set guidelines for developers when it comes to offering cash proffers.
During Wednesday's work session, the board met to talk about adequate offers when it comes to how much developers are willing to volunteer in order to bring about growth.
"I think our county citizens expect that when new development comes into the county, it will pay its fair share of its imposition on the costs of the infrastructure," board member Dennis Rooker said.
In particular, the board is looking at the money covering transportation, schools, libraries, parks and public safety.
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