The Camden County Commission met today in regular session but may have just voted on something historic for the County. According to 2nd District Commissioner Cliff Luber, the 3 group Commission voted today to reduce their building impact fees.
Luber believes that by doing this it will open the door to more construction projects and put money back in the pockets of Camden County residents. Earlier this year the road and bridge department impact fees for the new Old Kinderhook project where at $40,000, which was one of the highest the company had ever paid for a construction project. Luber says that he expects to get the paperwork to the Lawyers right away and hope to have the official vote by the end of next week and can sign it into law.
Hear a full interview with 2nd District Commissioner Cliff Luber and News Director John Rogger below: