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Home » Archives » June 2006 » Fire Code Fees Adopted

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06/14/2006: "Fire Code Fees Adopted"


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(Only Chiefs show up for public hearing)

The County Council held a public hearing Tuesday to accept testimony on a proposed ordinance for fire code fees and permits for fires. There was no testimony, and the Council passed the ordinance with only a couple changes to the draft ordinance (Past Story) that had been proposed.

The one major change was to change the proposed charge of 1.1% of value for a construction permit for residential and Commercial, to the more easily understood and administered flat fee of $350 for residential and $500 for commercial. plus $10.00 per sprinkler head.


Outdoor or Open Burning Permit will cost $10.00 for fires less than 10 feet in diameter/height, and if over 10 feet the fee goes up to $150.00. There will continue to be an exception for recreational fires, for which there will be no charge


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