Lynwood raises fees for licenses, permits

2014-03-28T18:37:00Z 2014-03-28T22:11:07Z Lynwood raises fees for licenses, permitsDavid P. Funk Times Correspondent
March 28, 2014 6:37 pm  • 

LYNWOOD | The Lynwood Village Board approved a pair of ordinances to raise fees for violations, permits and licenses this week.

Licensing fees for all passenger vehicles raise from $40 to $90 while those for scooters and motorcycles go from $30 to $70. Trucks weighing less than three quarters of a ton jump from $45 to $100. Trucks larger than that, buses and motor homes raise from $50 to $110.

School bus licenses, formerly $40, will cost $90.

The administrative charge for towing will be $500.

Parking and sticker violations will raise from $60 to $70. Dog licenses and fines for abandoned or junk vehicles will will jump at the same rate.

Liquor license fees were raised, as well. A Class A license was $1,750 and will now be $1,800. Class B raises from $1,100 to $1,200. Class C will spike from $1,420 to $1,600. Class D goes from $1,750 to $1,800. Class E, G and I licenses raise from $1,420 to $1,500 while Class F jumps from $920 to $1,000. The most expensive license, Class J, raises from $3,100 to $3,500.

All liquor licenses also will require a new $200 application fee.

The annual business license and permit will jump from $150 to $200.

Permits for restaurants with an occupancy of one to 25 rose from $150 to $200; with an occupancy of 26 to 100 from $175 to $225; with an occupancy from 101 to 150 from $200 to $250; and those holding more than 150 persons rise from $225 to $275.

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