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The City Council finds and determines that growth and development activities within the City will create additional demand for the construction, improvement and utilization of public streets, roadways, and right-of-way improvements by bringing additional residents, visitors, businesses and customers into the City; and further finds that growth and development activities should pay a proportionate share of the costs of such necessary transportation and circulation facilities needed to serve this growth and development activity. It is therefore necessary to regulate property development to improve public transportation facilities through mitigating the direct impacts of the development by the assessment of impact fees to insure that these facilities are adequately funded and available to serve the increased demand resulting from this growth and development. It is the intent that the provisions of this chapter shall be liberally construed to effectively carry out the purposes of the Council in establishing this impact fee. [Ord. 3719 § 1, 2005; Code 1970 § 3.132.010.]