In the last seven months, leaders of cash-strapped, quickly growing Killeen have discussed whether developers of large projects should help taxpayers fund infrastructure related to that growth.

On Tuesday, the Killeen City Council could approve, reject or amend plans for impact fees designed to shift some infrastructure costs from taxpayers to those who make money from growth.

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Impact fees, which is billed one time to developers and builders for new structure, has been on and off topic among Killeen City Council members since 2010 .

Monique Brand - Killeen Daily Herald | 254-501-7567

Staff Reporter

Monique 'Mo' Brand joined the Herald in May 2019. Before that, she covered border coverage and county government in Arizona. She also worked as a reporter in Kerrville, Los Angeles, and Norfolk Virginia. Monique grew up in Killeen.

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