I would like to remind everyone that if you have a project that requires a permit, you need to return the permit to my office upon completion of the project, so I can come by and do the final inspection. Please remember that all projects should be completed within 30 days, as stated on the bottom of the permit. Please get in touch with my office to see if the project you are wanting to complete will require a permit.
June 10 is the date for us all to have our trailers, porches and all sheds, clean and free from mold and mildew. Make sure your gutters are cleaned out and free from stuff growing in them. Make sure you have your yards cleaned up of all the leaves and branches, and if the grass is getting over 6” tall, you will need to make sure to get it mowed. Let’s make sure that our lots stay cleaned up for the entire summer. I have faith that you can make it happen. Please help your neighbor if they are struggling with getting their lot cleaned up. This will help keep them from being fined, and will make everyone feel good by helping them out.
These photos are common examples of issues that need be cleaned up before the June 10 deadline.
The following checklist outlines what we’ll be looking for when completing site inspections:
One more thing I need to tell you about this month is the 4 ft. clearance around your trailer. We all need to make sure that we have this 4 ft. clearance in order to ensure that we have space to get emergency crews around your trailer, if ever needed. Things that should not be stored right near to your trailer are bikes, canoes, floatation devices, bricks and wood piles. Please keep a clean and safe path from the road to the side of your trailer so our pumpout guys can get in and out safely.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to get in touch with me. My door, if I’m not out in the Park, is always open, and the phone line and e-mail are always available. Have a great 2019 season!