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Non-owner occupied buildings may soon be required to post contact signs

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This Thursday, the New Bedford City Council will vote on Mayor Mitchell’s request to change an ordinance that will impact owners of non-owner occupied buildings in New Bedford. If approved, these owners in New Bedford will be required “to post the contact information of the property owner and manager or agent in a conspicuous place in the building’s main public area.” Failure to do so will result in a $300 daily fine.

If passed, the signs posted on the properties will make it easier for City officials to contact the owner if there are problems with the property. Here’s a look at the draft ordinance change:

05.24.2018_AN_ORDINANCE_-_CH_6._POSTING_OF_NOTICE

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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