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The property must have no outstanding fees, liens or other amounts due to the Town prior to the Residential Safety Inspection. This includes but is not limited to outstanding utilities bills or fees for code violations.
If a residence fails the inspection, the building inspector will give notice of noncompliance to the owner, and permanent water and utilities will not be authorized. If corrections are not made within 10 days, temporary utilities will be disconnected.