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For “1990 to 2002 Building Permits” and “1990 to 2007 Septic and Right of Way Permits” the following table explains what agency processed the permit. For information related to these permits please contact the responsible agency. The search results provided are for informational purposes only and data contained in the results cannot be changed.
|First Letter of permit# ||Responsible Agency ||Contact Information |
|C, N, S, M ||Building Code ||321-633-2072 |
|D, L, W, V || ||email@example.com |
|U,X ||Building Code - used only to collect fees || |
|K ||Environmental Health Services ||321-633-2100 |
|F ||Fire Prevention ||321-637-5660 |
|NR ||Natural Resources ||321-633-2016 |
|E ||Planning & Development - Special Events ||321-633-2069 |
|P ||Public Works ||firstname.lastname@example.org |
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