Plans underway for building inspection fees

NORWICH – The city is getting closer to working out a plan for building and fire inspection fees.

At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Finance and Personnel Committee, Police and Fire Chief Joseph Angelino said had been working with Code Enforcement Officer Jason Lawrence to develop what he hoped was “a fair and equitable plan” to implement a fees structure that has been discussed since February because of the large number of annual inspections.

The number of inspections has increased since the city adopted the state’s municipal building code. After looking at how surrounding municipalities are handling the situation, Angelino told the committee: “We’re about the only community that doesn’t (charge for inspections).”

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