Brief description of proposed work and estimated cost.
A plan of the site showing the size and location of the proposed construction as
well as any existing buildings or structures with setback dimensions.
(Ord. 518, 10/18/2004, §2.0)
§216. ISSUANCE OF ASSESSMENT PERMIT.
The Borough of Canton Secretary shall issue an assessment permit only after if has been determined that the proposed work to be undertaken will be in conformance with the requirements of this and all other applicable codes or ordinances.
After the issuance of an assessment permit, no changes of any kind shall be made to the application, permit, or any of the plans, specifications or other documents submitted with the application without the written consent or approval of the Municipality.
(Ord. 518, 10/18/2004, §2.1)
§217. START OF CONSTRUCTION.
Work on the proposed construction shall begin within 6 months from the date of issuance of the assessment permit. The proposed construction shall be completed within 12 months after the date of issuance of the assessment permit. Construction shall be considered to have started with the first placement of permanent construction to the site, such as pouring of slabs or footings or any work beyond the stage of excavation. For a structure without a basement or poured footings the start of construction includes the first permanent framing or assembly of the structure of any part thereof on its pilings or foundation or the affixing of any prefabricated structure to its permanent site. Permanent construction does not include land preparation, land clearing, grading, filling, excavation for basement, footings, piers or foundations, erection of temporary forms, or installation of piling under proposed subsurface footings.
(Ord. 518, 10/18/2004, §2.2)
A fee schedule is attached.1
(Ord. 518, 10/18/2004, §2.3)
1Editor’s Note: See “Assessment Permit Fee Schedule (Structures Not Covered Under the PA UCC)” following this Part.
Supp. I; added 10/9/2007