A worker attaches signage to a new building in Indian Land. Lancaster County is considering charging developers impact fees to help offset the cost of growth in the panhandle. The fees could be used for needs such as fire department and police coverage and new roads.
A worker attaches signage to a new building in Indian Land. Lancaster County is considering charging developers impact fees to help offset the cost of growth in the panhandle. The fees could be used for needs such as fire department and police coverage and new roads. John Marks jmarks@heraldonline.com
A worker attaches signage to a new building in Indian Land. Lancaster County is considering charging developers impact fees to help offset the cost of growth in the panhandle. The fees could be used for needs such as fire department and police coverage and new roads. John Marks jmarks@heraldonline.com

There’s a way to make developers pay for what’s happening in Indian Land. How much?

February 14, 2018 05:13 PM