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City holding developer fee workshop

Officials seek public input on updating outdated impact fees

Pleasanton city officials are hosting a public workshop Thursday evening to receive feedback from residents as part of the city's effort to update the development impact fees charged for new housing and commercial projects in Pleasanton.

The fee schedule, which hasn't been updated since 1998, includes affordable housing, transportation and public facilities fees.

City staff gave an initial presentation to the City Council earlier this month and are now working to solicit input from stakeholders before returning to the council with a final recommendation in early summer.

Thursday night's workshop is part of that public input process. The meeting is scheduled to run from 6-7 p.m. in the main meeting room at the Pleasanton Public Library, 400 Old Bernal Ave.

City officials also plan to hold other meetings with the Economic Vitality Committee, Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and developer organizations among other stakeholders.

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