Also on the agenda: possible adjustments to fees the town charges for administrative, building and planning, and public works services. The last such adjustment decision came before the council in 2001.
"As a consequence, many of the fees are out of date, resulting in a greater reliance on general tax dollars to support a number of services that benefit individual property owners," a staff report said.
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