SEC. 15-229.  REASONABLE RELATIONSHIP.
   (A)   There is a reasonable relationship between the need for additional public facilities and the type of development projects on which the fee is imposed in that commercial and industrial development projects create a need for additional government and public safety facilities and essential infrastructure and related facilities, and residential development projects create a need for additional government and public safety facilities, essential infrastructure and related facilities, and cultural and recreational facilities.
   (B)   There is a reasonable relationship between the fee’s use and the type of development project on which the fee is imposed in that the fee imposed on commercial and industrial development projects is used to pay for additional government and public safety facilities and essential infrastructure and related facilities, and the fee imposed on residential projects is used to pay for additional government and public safety facilities, essential infrastructure and related facilities, and cultural and recreational facilities.
   (C)   There is a reasonable relationship between the amount of the fee and the cost of the public facilities or portion thereof attributable to the development project on which the fee is imposed in that the cost estimates used to calculate the fee shall be reasonable cost estimates for constructing the public facilities identified, the total fees to be imposed shall not exceed the total of the cost estimates, and the fees to be imposed on a particular development project shall not exceed the project’s proportionate share of the cost of the facilities that are necessary to serve the development project. The methodology used to determine a project’s proportionate share shall be established in the city’s most recent development impact fee nexus study.
(`64 Code, Sec. 27-89.64)  (Ord. No. 2258, 2979)