Council hopes to reduce traffic with an increase to mitigation fees
Last updated 11/15/2018 at Noon
Members of the Mill Creek City Council unanimously approved a boost of 30 percent in the mitigation fees it charges developers to bolster he funds that will be required for city-wide improvements to meet increased pressure on roadways within the city.
The fee increased was based on the average number of afternoon trips through the city’s core during peak traffic hours. The council approval was made during the Nov. 6 meeting based on a recommendation from Interim City Manager Bob Stowe and Gina Hortillosa, the city’s director of public works and development services.
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