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FJT April 21, 2014 at 02:26 PM
You're right, Frank. The honest people are being made to suffer under a program that was supposedRead Moreto stop overcrowding and bring bad landlords to justice. The amnesty program is doing neither of those things. It high time the Attorney General looked into how PC is taking advantage of honest homeowners who have played by the rules for decades, while letting slumlords skate.
Anne Latella April 22, 2014 at 08:16 AM
The Building Inspector issues The Co. Are they now stating The Building inspector had no authorityRead Moret o do this I never heard of anyone being subject to needing another CO . The most the village could ask for is for payment of A building Permit for additional improvements after the original Co was obtained. In my experience. The homeowner does not pay for A Co or a building permit. It is the licensed contactor who obtains and pays for these documents. A homeowner pays the contractor for his work which he most likely had included the cost of the permit in his fee. No homeowner is ever issued a building permit or a CO. These records are stored in the building Department of Records. They are supposed to keep a Back-up copy of these legal documents. Failure to do so is an act of irresponsibility and negligence by the Building Department. The Bank issuing a mortgage also had access to these records as the building was being erected or mortgage payments would have been withheld. These documents are never given to a homeowner, nor are they issued a copy. Having a homeowner being forced to pay for these documents is a total scam. The homeowner can legally refuse to pay and should. I not only know this because this is the way it was done when I built my home in the 1050's in Port Chester and was also told recently by an attorney it is illegal.
Anne Latella April 22, 2014 at 08:25 AM
Bea Conetta-email me @ alat28@comcast.net and I will give you the name of the attorney who has anRead Moreof fice in Mamaroneck. You can advise him a relative asked you to call to verify The Village is acting illegally. I doubt if there will be a charge for a yes or no answer.