EIGHT- PENNY NEWS VOLUME 11 • NUMBER 5 FEBRUARY 1993 Washington: The cost of a new, single-family home in Olympia, Wash. could be as much as $10,000 higher since the city council there raised construction fees to cover infrastructure expenses. For instance, water hook-up fees increased from $680 to $900. Like many parts of Washington, Olympia's roads, water treatment facilities, and parks are feeling the pressures of population growth. Florida: Take from the rich and give to the poor. That's the logic behind Florida's new law requiring purchasers of expensive homes to pay a higher percentage in real estate transfer taxes. The additional income will go into a fund that will help Florida's poor people acquire low-cost housing. Utah: Developers here may have their own endangered species to worry about, depending on