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Article: AN EVALUATION OF STORM WATER FEE AND RATE STRUCTURES IN JURISDICTIONS SURROUNDING WASHINGTON DCD C D Du, R Price[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The authors have conducted an evaluation of storm water fee and rate structures in cities, counties, and other municipal jurisdictions surrounding the District of Columbia in Virginia and Maryland, as well as selected others jurisdictions in the U.S. The jurisdictions studied typically depend on storm water fees to pay for permit-related storm water expenses not covered by other revenue sources. Both rural and urban jurisdictions were included in the study to provide the full range of rates and fee structures currently in use. Analysis of the rate systems includes rate structure methodology and the use of financial incentives for landowners to implement storm water controls on-site. The jurisdictions surveyed vary by land area, population, and land use. The majority of jurisdictions surveyed assess a storm water fee based on some measure of impervious area. The method of determining impervious area varies from grouping properties into rate classes based on land area and/or zoning, to more complex GIS-based systems that assign a specific impervious area to each property. The benefits and difficulties associated with each of these approaches was evaluated.
France Centre National D Etudes Et D Experimentation Du Machinisme AgricoleXF2006108180.