Trade group: Post-Sandy rebuilding is chance for multifamily units
Debris is piled across Michigan Street in Long Beach as people strip their houses and throw out belongings which were destroyed by superstorm Sandy.
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#1 Apr 26, 2013
as if building inspectors in Long Beach would allow it.
Funny how non-incorporated towns like Oceanside, Lido Beach, without tons of inspectors poking heads in for bribes like in Long Beach are much further along in process.
look at long beach building code. it says homeowner needs a permit to fix leak in his own sink or change his own outlet. Of course then you need to hire inspectors friend who is licensed in Long Beach
How do you get anything done that way.
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