§ 349.23. Site reimbursement considerations.
(a) Acquisition. Calculations of the reimbursable cost of an approved school site shall consider appraisals of land value, the proportion of the area which will be usable following development, the anticipated costs of preparation for development, and related continuing costs. Costs of acquisition shall include the usual related legal costs and filing fees.
(b) Rough grading. Determination of the extent of reimbursable rough grading which is necessary to permit proper placement of building upon a site shall consider the necessity for access and egress and the necessity for proximate outdoor areas to accommodate instructional activities.
(c) Sewage treatment. Determination of the reimbursable costs of sewage facilities shall consider the requirements of appropriate State and local agencies and construction cost indices or averages.
(d) Site development. Reimbursable site development costs shall be within mandated project maximums, and shall be limited to paving for reasonable vehicular and pedestrian access and egress, necessary parking, approved instructional areas, and lighting for the immediate building perimeter.
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