Flooding leads Fort Lauderdale to consider higher fees (FL)

The rate change would shift costs so that condo owners, and owners of stores, offices, and government properties pay more.  The new rates would be based on how much traffic a property generates — a novel, relatively untested method that city commissioners said they aren’t sure they agree with. The idea was proposed by consultant Burton & Associates, Inc., which conducted a rate study for the city. Commissioners rejected the suggestion last summer but subsequently agreed to reconsider.   Read the article……………


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