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Staff usually responds within 72 hours.
Timeframes vary, but we work to achieve compliance within 10-30 business days.
Yes; however, providing contact information allows the inspector to gain additional information, if needed, and follow up with the complainant.
Depending on the violation, this might include a notice to appear in municipal court or an administrative abatement to gain compliance.
The property owner is responsible for correction, unless the violation is not a result of the building defect - such as improperly stored tenant items.
The City does not get involved in civil matters such as contractual agreements, not can we provide legal advice.
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