Hello this is Mary Zuber from Hinesburg.
Re the Bianchi law
In our town there is a case right now that
involves the conversion of a summer camp
on the lake to a year round home. The people
converted same about l8 years ago and never
obtained a permit. Now they wanted to refinance
and they cannot. The bank will not loan them
money, since they never obtained a permit, never
received a certificate of compliance and they are
in violation of zoning.
Perhaps it is a good thing that the number of years
be placed at 20. while it is a headache to some
it still insures the private citizen of knowing exactly
what they are getting.
Bye for now
> From: Marshfield Town Clerk <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Bianchi
> Date: Thursday, May 06, 1999 9:01 AM
> It seems to me that an enforcement statute of limitations of only 10
> would make it difficult for towns to enforce violations that are not
> apparent from outside the building. I am thinking of a building in our
> town that was converted from 2 to 4 apartments without any permits. This
> sort of violation would be noticed during a town-wide reappraisal, but I
> still new and I don't know how often properties are reappraised.
> Bobbi Brimblecombe, Marshfield Town Clerk
> At 05:08 PM 5/5/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >Joyce asked me to send this question out. Please respond promptly.
> >Hello Again Barbara,
> >For whatever reason (I must be doing it wrong) I can't seem to process
> >outgoing message - I can reply however. Until I get a minute to find
> >the problem would you please send out a query for me re Bianchi.
> >I would like any and all input on the Bianchi bill primarily whether or
> >to change the number of years for enforcement and research from 10 to
> >This bill is scheduled to be reported tomorrow.
> >Joyce Barbieri