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The City Council finds and determines that residential development within the City will create additional demand and need for parks, recreation and open space within the City. The City Council further finds the City does not have sufficient resources to meet anticipated park and recreation needs created by new residential growth and that said growth should pay a proportionate share of the costs of park, recreation and open space facilities needed to serve new growth. 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. 4119 § 3, 2013; Code 1970 § 3.133-1.020.]