The Florida Affiliation of Counties has announced its opposition to a invoice on affect charges, a topic which has been on the front burner in Sumter County.

Rep. Brett Hage

State Rep. Brett Hage has co-sponsored Property Monthly bill 337, the companion to Senate Monthly bill 750, which would severely prohibit the skill of area governments to impose effects charges, which are a one-time demand for new building.

The Senate Group Affairs Committee is scheduled to just take up SB 750 on Wednesday.

The FAC issued a bulletin expressing its opposition to the invoice since it would narrow the definition of infrastructure that might be purchased with affect fees, as a result, below the bill, impression costs could no for a longer time be employed to acquire law enforcement automobiles and machines fire trucks and products and unexpected emergency clinical services cars and machines. The FAC also warned the monthly bill would need credits for services the developer opt for to build for the industry benefit of the growth that do not offset the want for enhanced services to serve the larger sized group.

Point out Sen. Dennis Baxley, R-Lady Lake, serves on the Senate Neighborhood Affairs Committee. You can share your thoughts with Sen. Baxley at [email protected] at (850) 487-5012.