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This study allows an airport to develop programs to increase compatibility of land uses around the airport. More...
Verify that the Contractor is insured. State Law requires that they carry workers compensation insurance. Ask to see a certificate of insurance. You may also want to ask for references and be sure to check them all out.
Finally make sure all agreements are in writing. Be sure to reduce all change orders, or contract amendments to writing. Make sure the Contractor obtains all required building permits and pass the required code inspections. Before making the final payment be sure to obtain a certificate of completion or certificate of occupancy issued by the Building Department. Additional Information.
Permits are required for any structural, window, and door replacement, electrical, plumbing, gas, and mechanical work. If you have any questions on what requires a permit, please contact the Building Department at 386-410-2800.
Electric, 208/220V, 50AMP, per outlet:Daily $10 per dayWeekly $60 per weekAnnual Contract $80 per monthLiveaboards $160 per month
Telephone, Cable Television, Internet – To Be Determined
You can also contact us directly at (386) 424-2131 or file a Request for Inspection form and submit to us.
Link to the Future Land Use Map
Link to the Comprehensive Plan - Future Land Use Element
Link to Comprehensive Plan Amendments
Link to the Historic Preservation Division
Link to Annexations
All containers must be placed at curbside by 7:00 amthe day of collection. Please call (386) 424-2212 foryour scheduled pick-up days. Additional Information
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m, excluding official City holidays, and for limited requests; Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m