Charlie Kennedy, Manatee County School Board, shakes hands with commissioners Robin DiSabatino and Carol Whitmore, after a vote by the commission to support a recommendation by the school board to reinstate impact fees to pay for schools in January 2016. 
 GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald
Charlie Kennedy, Manatee County School Board, shakes hands with commissioners Robin DiSabatino and Carol Whitmore, after a vote by the commission to support a recommendation by the school board to reinstate impact fees to pay for schools in January 2016. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com
Charlie Kennedy, Manatee County School Board, shakes hands with commissioners Robin DiSabatino and Carol Whitmore, after a vote by the commission to support a recommendation by the school board to reinstate impact fees to pay for schools in January 2016. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com

Manatee County commission wrong to affirm a terrible School Board impact fee plan

January 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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