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Arkwright Ethics Committee questions appointment

January 11, 2013

By DIANE R. CHODAN OBSERVER Staff Writer ARKWRIGHT — As a rule, municipal organizational meetings are non-controversial. Not so in Arkwright....

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Overtaxed

Jan-11-13 8:15 AM

When Norton says you don’t have to allow the code enforcement officer into your home he is wrong . If you have any work done that needs a permit then before you can get a certificate of compliance that work needs to be inspected by the CEO . Now when you allow him to gain access for inspection purposes you have also let the assessor into your home which the law says you do NOT have to do . Seems like a conflict to me .

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localresident

Jan-12-13 10:20 PM

Yep, the Ethincs Committee is correct on this one. Wtf is Arkwright up to, anyway? Are they having trouble finding people to do the various functions? If so, Arkwrighters, step up!

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