Builders oppose using impact fees for climate plan

Late last month, the City Council approved spending more than $881,000 on a settlement-mandated climate action plan. While most of the funding would come from grants, about $220,000 would come from development impact fees set aside for air quality measures, according to the approved resolution.

In a letter to the mayor, John Beckman of the Building Industry Association of the Delta, said the city can’t do that.

City Hall is working on a written response.

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