Land Use Alert: The City of Los Angeles Planning Department to Create Reimbursement Application Form and Process

On April 2, 2008, we sent a Land Use E-Alert informing that you may be entitled to a reimbursement for excess Park Fees (commonly known as Quimby Fees) paid to the City of Los Angeles between May 1, 2004 thru March 1, 2008. The City of Los Angeles' Planning Department has recently informed us that in collaboration with the City Attorney's Office and the Department of Recreation and Parks, a formal application form and process will be created by the end of June 2008. According to City staff, the application form must be submitted to assess if a project qualifies for reimbursement. City Staff, however, would not commit to developing either the form application or the process by the end of June. Further, recent budgetary shortfalls may result in cutbacks within the various departments tasked with the job of developing the application and reimbursement process.

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