The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Impact Fees

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This article addresses what steps fire departments should take to ensure that they can properly collect impact fees on new development, and also addresses new legislation involving shared leave, the Public Records Act, annexation issues, and duty-related deaths. 10-0320103v10n03mar2010.pdf
Big News: The Governor signed HB 1080, the new law making impact fees applicable to developments within fire districts for the first time. 10-3E20103v10n3Emar2010.pdf
This article expands on scope-of-practice issues raised by community paramedicine programs, the new Open Government Trainings Act, impact fees and an important case involving time loss.12-0220146v12n02jun2014.pdf
Celebrate your independence by reading our latest issue, where we consider a new case involving five-day letters under the Public Records Act; the retainage requirements for public works contracts; and where we inform you about our new office space at South King Fire and Rescue! 15-0620176June2017FINAL.pdf
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