APPENDIX B:  DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACT FEES
Division
   (A)   Municipal Administration Developmental Impact Fee
   (B)   Police Department Developmental Impact Fee
   (C)   Public Library Developmental Impact Fee
   (D)   Parks and Recreation Developmental Impact Fee
   (E)   Public Works-Street and Drain Developmental Impact Fee
   (F)   Public Works-Water Supply and Distribution Developmental Impact Fee
   (G)   Public Works-Wastewater Collection and Treatment Developmental Impact Fee
   (H)   Fire Protection Developmental Impact Fee
   (I)   Quadrennial Review of Developmental Impact Fees
   (A)   Municipal Administration Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the expansion of village buildings to provide additional work space to accommodate new employees and the purchase of new equipment to be used by such employees, the hiring of which employees is necessitated by the need of the village to provide additional administrative services for residents of newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $275 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer. Such funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (A). The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (B)   Police Department Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the  village, for the Police Department to purchase additional equipment, including vehicles, for the use of additional police officers, whose hiring is necessitated by the need to provide law enforcement for newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land, and to defray the cost of expansion of village buildings to provide additional work space for the police officers.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision, which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $315 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer. Such funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (B). The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (C)   Public Library Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the expansion of the public library to provide additional space for an enlarged collection necessitated by the need to serve residents of newly platted subdivisions of vacant land, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision, which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $350 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer. Such funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (C). The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (D)   Parks and Recreation Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the purchase and installation of additional park and recreation equipment necessitated by the need to serve residents of newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision, which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $200 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer.  The funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance, but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (D).  The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (E)   Public works-Street and Drain Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the Public Works Department to purchase additional street maintenance equipment, snow removal equipment, and sewer and drain cleaning equipment to be used for newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land, and for the initial capital costs of the construction of additional storage space for the equipment.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $675 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer.  The funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance, but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (E).  The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (F)   Public Works-Water Supply and Distribution Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the construction of new wells and well houses to provide water for newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision, which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $975 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer.  The funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance, but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (F).  The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (G)   Public Works-Wastewater Collection and Treatment Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to the village, for the Public Works Department to construct new wastewater collection and treatment facilities sufficient to provide adequate additional capacity for wastewater to be generated by new residences in newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a building permit is issued for a lot in a platted subdivision, which plat was presented to the Village Board for approval after July 1, 2002.
      (3)   The fee shall be $2,275 per new residential unit, and shall be collected by the Village Clerk prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   All fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Village Treasurer.  The funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (G).  The Treasurer shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (H)   Fire Protection Developmental Impact Fee.
      (1)   There is established a developmental impact fee to defray the initial capital costs to provide and develop additional fire protection capabilities to be used in providing fire protection services to newly platted subdivisions, located on previously unimproved vacant land.
      (2)   The fee shall be required each time a platted subdivision of vacant land is presented to the Village Board for approval of the final plat.
      (3)   The fee shall be $300 per lot, which shall be paid by the developer to the Trustees of the Kirkland Community Fire Protection District. A signed receipt for the payment shall be presented to the Village Clerk by the developer as a condition precedent to the approval of the village being endorsed upon the original plat of subdivision.
      (4)   Pursuant to intergovernmental agreement, all fees collected herein shall be held in a separate account by the Fire Protection District. The funds may be expended as authorized by the annual appropriation ordinance of the Fire Protection District but only for purposes provided in division (1) of this division (H). The Fire Protection District shall invest the funds and the interest credited and accrued thereon.
   (I)   Quadrennial Review of Developmental Impact Fees.  The developmental impact fees established by this Appendix B shall remain in full force and effect until such time as they may be amended by the Village Board, but the fees shall be reviewed by the Village Board at least once every four years for the purpose of determining if the amounts of the fees should be modified, if some or all fees should be  abolished, or if additional fees should be added to those already in existence.
(Ord. 02-15, passed 8-20-2002)