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Old 11-26-2018, 08:54 AM
Ozzello Ozzello is offline
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Posts: 272

Actually (in my other post) I am calling attention to the wide spread ignoring of pulling municipal permits when widening driveways. And as a Certified Construction inspector in and by the State of FL, I am an expert.

SO after reading your copy / paste post, I see that NO, the ARC is not assuring that the tree planted in my new landscape by the contractor, is up to code. Though they require I replace it with a tree that is up to code as required by State AND County law, if I want to remove it.

Guess I will look to the responsible party to find out why so many of these trees are not large enough nor native to Florida as the law requires.

Your building site plan will not tell you the required caliper of the tree planted on your property as required by FL code.

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