Md. County Officials Hold Firm on Plan to Impose New Fees on Two Life-Sci Developments | GenomeWeb

The Planning Board of Maryland's Montgomery County told two prospective developers of large mixed-use projects that it would not retreat from imposing new fees or "exactions" as conditions of approval, absent more details about development costs and economic benefits associated with the plans.

At a morning-long work session Thursday the board members in favor of the new exactions said they were unconvinced by an economic analysis submitted by consultant RCLCO for Johns Hopkins University and local developer Percontee.

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