Compliance officers to do ‘doggonedest’ for code complaints
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 11:28
Santa Rosa County has a shortage of code enforcement officers, especially those who understand Navarre Town Center Plan guidelines.
“If it’s an aesthetic or architectural issue, I can go read [the code],” said Randy Jones, who handles code compliance complaints in the county’s south end. “But as building inspectors, we’ve never dealt with this.”
Jones and Skip Thompkins, the county’s Code Compliance Division director, attended the Navarre Area Architectural Review Board’s meeting March 8 to answer questions about how the division enforces complaints related to Navarre Town Center standards.
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