The SF Examiner is tracking the fee structure for areas like B'game Hills that are County controlled
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors has chosen to postpone a proposed fee increase for already costly residential building permits and inspections.
In response to growing opposition to fees in unincorporated areas that are already larger than those of nearby cities, Board of Supervisors President Don Horsley requested the delay and commissioned former Burlingame City Manager Jim Nantell to study the fees and the planning department. Nantell will present the findings to the board in about six months, Horsley said.
Jim is on the job!