Beach Council considers cost of permits
At last week's Colonial Beach Town Council meeting, Kim Jones and Randall Wright, who own Northern Neck Builders and Property Managers LLC, asked how erosion and sediment control permits for building within town limits will be affected if Westmoreland County is the issuing entity.
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#1 Apr 20, 2013
Town presently planning to have county inspector due the review here. This will prevent local builders from having to follow county building plan rules.
#2 Apr 22, 2013
Building plan rules? From what I understand this issue has nothing to do with building plans. It concerns erosion & sediment control which are addressed through a site plan when applying for land disturbance/building permits. Having dealt with a surveyor on developing a site plan, I can assure you it has nothing to do with blueprints or "building plan rules"!
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