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Learn this word before heading to the permit counter

Original post made on Feb 2, 2020

Building permit fees typically hinge on one key field on your application form. Columnist Richard Morrison explores how to find the correct "valuation" for your remodeling project.

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Posted by permit process
a resident of Barron Park
on Feb 2, 2020 at 11:21 pm

Does anyone know what getting a permit involves besides completing a permit application and paying the fee? Specifically, does a city inspector come to inspect the project before and after completion? If so, how long does this take? I'm wondering because several friends have said they skipped permits for small projects because they take too long.


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