Law Signed on Wednesday Aims at Streamlining Construction Permits

This Wednesday, a measure that related to permitting construction was signed into law. This bill authorizes the process named Special Assignment Inspections, that will allow the beginning of construction activity during the city review of an application for building permit.

The building permit holder and the landowner presume responsibility in case the construction does not adhere to all the building rules. Mayor Kirk Caldwell enacted a measure that does not cover residential buildings.

In order to get the special permission, applicants have to have a permit application that was reviewed for 30 days, all discretionary permits, satisfactory documentation regarding stormwater compliance and flood hazard, an excellent notices of violation and to pay a nonrefundable fee of 1,000 dollars.

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