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Chamber advocates for reduction in impact fees that affect businesses
The Dawson County Chamber of Commerce is continuing to fight against the impact fees instated by the Dawson Board of Commissioners last August, particularly the effect the fees have on the business community, as evidenced by a presentation Feb. 14 by Chamber President Christie Moore. Impact fees are one-time fees collected on new developments during the building permit process that are intended to help offset the costs of capital improvements and services. The services that benefit from the fees include libraries, parks and recreation, roads and public safety.