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Cover James C. Nicholas The changing structure of infrastructure finance
Id: 107233
 

The changing structure of infrastructure finance

100 pp. (English). Paperback. Second-hand. Condition: 4+. .
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FOREWORD

PREFACE

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

CHAPTER I. FUNDING PUBLIC CAPITAL FACILITIES: HOW COMMUNITY PLANNING CAN HELP --- Thomas H. Roberts Financing Capital Facilities Associated

with New Development Capital Improvements Programming:

Tradition or Innovation? Impact Fees as a Means of Financing

Capital Facilities Regional Approaches to Capital

Facilities Planning

CHAPTER II. FUNDING INFRASTRUCTURE: PAYING THE COSTS OF GROWTH THROUGH IMPACT FEES AND OTHER LAND REGULATION CHARGES ---Julian C. Juergensmeyer Constitutional Challenges to

Impact Fees Judicial Recognition of Impact Fees in Florida: A Case-by-Case Study of Local Governments' Struggle for Capital Funding Sources Drafting Impact Fees to Pass Judicial

Scrutiny Conclusion

CHAPTER III. FLORIDA'S EXPERIENCE WITH IMPACT FEES ---James C. Nicholas Principles of Impact Fees Experience with Impact Fee Administration

CHAPTER IV. SPECIAL DISTRICTS: A STRUCTURAL APPROACH TO INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT ---Lance deHaven-Smith Alternative Mechanisms Issues and Criticisms Three Examples Conclusion References

CHAPTER V. WHO PAYS INFRASTRUCTURE

BENEFIT CHARGES---THE BUILDER OR THE HOME BUYER? ---Stevenson Weitz Hypothetical Problem Basic Concepts

Development Charge versus User Charge

The Effect of Increased General

Funding Summary and Conclusions Endnotes References


 
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