DeKalb, ShoDeen differ on Irongate development plan
DeKALB – Despite a three-hour-plus meeting dedicated to it, the DeKalb City Council and ShoDeen Construction still have to work through a number of issues in regard to the Irongate community development.
Perhaps the biggest stumbling block was disagreement on impact fees. Only four aldermen expressed a willingness to lower the impact fees by 50 percent on the residential community in an effort to lower house prices.
But any annexation agreement requires a supermajority on the council – or six of the eight aldermen voting yes. No annexation, no construction.
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