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Data developed for the EIR showed that new development in the area will generate from sixty to ninety percent (average eighty percent) of total new commute period traffic from all nonresidential areas in the city at the designated intersections. Areas 2-7 and 9 studied in the EIR will each generate from zero to fifteen percent of such traffic at the designated intersections (City Manager's Report CMR:154:9, 2/16/89). On the basis that the area is projected to generate almost all of such traffic at the designated intersections, and that the shares of Areas 2-7 and 9 are too small to calculate for purposes of assessing the fee, such new development in the area will be assessed the full cost of capacity improvements at the designated intersections.
(Ord. 3894 § 1 (part), 1989)