Land Use Alert: Residential Developers May Recover Excess Park Fees from the City of Los Angeles


There is an opportunity for developers who have built residential projects between 2004 and 2007 to recover some of the fees imposed by the City of Los Angeles. Between those years, the City of Los Angeles overcharged developers over $4 million for park fees payable in connection with condominium projects and for-rent residential projects requiring a zone change according to a newly released audit by City of Los Angeles Controller Laura Chick.

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