Court finds Woodbury roadway fee is unlawful (MN)

A Washington County judge ruled last week that a longtime practice of charging developers roadway fees in Woodbury is unlawful.  The city sought to collect roughly $1.3 million for future roadway projects from developer Martin Harstad for a 183-home residential development called Bailey Park. The New Brighton-based developer filed a lawsuit in county district court January arguing the fee was illegal.    Read the article…………..


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