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City cannot process an application that they have not received

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City of Cornwall

City cannot process an application that they have not received
A front-page story in the Thursday, July 14 edition of the Standard-Freeholder portrayed a situation where a city resident has been waiting for three weeks for the City of Cornwall to issue a building permit for the construction of a wheelchair access ramp.
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Cornwall - Jul. 14, 2011 - A front-page story in the Thursday, July 14 edition of the Standard-Freeholder portrayed a situation where a city resident has been waiting for three weeks for the City to issue a building permit for the construction of a wheelchair access ramp.

As of this morning, the City has yet to receive a building permit application for this project.

“We cannot process an application that we have not received,” noted Paul Fitzpatrick, Chief Administrative Officer for the City.

Mr. Chris Rogers, Chief Building Official and Supervisor of Bylaw Enforcement, met this morning with the person who will be designing the ramp and submitting the building permit application. That individual has indicated that an application may be submitted as early as this afternoon.

“Once we receive the application, we will expedite it, as we would normally with an application of this nature,” said Mr. Rogers.


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