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Esperanza builders face increasing impact fees

Homebuilders in the Esperanza subdivision have been made aware of a revised impact fee that affects every unit being built in the subdivision, according to attorneys for Kendall County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2.

Homebuilders in the Esperanza subdivision have been made aware of a revised impact fee that affects every unit being built in the subdivision, according to attorneys for Kendall County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2.

The improvement district (Kendall WCID) filed an application with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality seeking the authority to levy a revised impact fee of $36,935 per connection, according to Julianne Kugle, Kendall County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2 attorney.

Kendall WCID is asking TCEQ to allow for an increase in connection fees to $36,935 from the current fee of $18,061 per housing unit.

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