Financing Required Planning Bibliography

[1] An excellent discussion of development excise taxes, their advantages, and the potential pitfalls is Eric J. Strauss and Martin L. Leitner, "Development Excise Taxes: Financing Public Facilities Without the Limitations Associated with Exactions and Impact Fees," Chapter 13 in Mark S. Dennison, ed., 1989 Zoning and Planning Law Handbook, (New York: Clark Boardman Co., 1989), 315-328.

[2] John Wanamaker of Philadelphia v. School District, 274 A.2d 524 (Pa. 1971).

[3] Westfield-Palos Verdes Co. v. City of Rancho Palos Verdes, 141 Cal.Rptr. 36 (Cal. 1977).

[4] Weaver v. Prince George's County, 379 A.2d 399 (Md. 1977).

[5] See Commissioners of Anne Arundel County v. English, 35 A.2d 135 (Md. 1943); Flynn v. City and County of San Francisco, 115 P.2d 3 (Cal. 1941).

[6] Newport Building Corp. v. City of Santa Ana, 26 Cal.Rptr. 797 (Cal. 1962); Cherry Hill Farm v. City of Cherry Hills, 670 P.2d 779 (Colo. 1983).

[7] Ariz. Rev. Stat. 11-1131 et seq. (1999).

[8] Ariz. Rev. Stat. 11-1134.

[9] Ariz. Rev. Stat. 11-1132.

[10] Ariz. Rev. Stat. 11-1137.

[11] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11901 et seq. (1999).

[12] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11911(a).

[13] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11911(b), 11931.

[14] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11912, 11931.

[15] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11913.

[16] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11921-11930.

[17] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11923.

[18] Cal. Rev.& Tax. Code 11933.

[19] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-1 et seq. (1999).

[20] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-10.

[21] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-45.

[22] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-15, -20.

[23] 65 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/8-3-19.

[24] 55 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/5-1031.1

[25] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-45.

[26] 55 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/5-1031.

[27] 35 Ill. Comp. Stat. 200/31-15.

[28] 2000 Md. Laws Ch. 163, effective July 1, 2000.

[29] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 1 et seq. (1999).

[30] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 1.

[31] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 11.

[32] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 12.

[33] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 1.

[34] Mass. Gen'l Laws ch. 64D, 2.

[35] Ohio Rev. Code 5705.19 (1999).

[36] Ohio Rev. Code 322.01 et seq..

[37] Ohio Rev. Code 322.01.

[38] Ohio Rev. Code 319.54(F)(3).

[39] Ohio Rev. Code 322.06.

[40] Ohio Rev. Code 322.07, 323.154.

[41] Boulder (CO) Rev. Code 3-8-1 et seq. (2000).

[42] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-1.

[43] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-4.

[44] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-3.

[45] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-6.

[46] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-7.

[47] Boulder Rev. Code 3-8-8.

[48] Napa (CA) Mun. Code 3.24.010 et seq. (1999).

[49] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.020.

[50] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.030.

[51] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.120.

[52] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.090.

[53] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.100.

[54] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.040.

[55] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.070.

[56] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.050, 3.24.060.

[57] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.040.

[58] Napa Mun. Code 3.24.110

[59] City of Overland Park, Kan., Ordinances No. EX-2154 and REB-2155 (1999).

[60] Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City v. City of Overland Park, 22 Kan. App. 2d 649, 921 P.2d 234 (1996).

[61] Amendment to S.B. 907, Illinois Senate (1999).

[62] The Principles of Smart Development, Planning Advisory Service Report No. 479 (Chicago: American Planning Association, September 1998), ch. 1.


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