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Re: property code violation - sidewalk repair tripping hazard
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I was in the same boat back in February 08. My insurance company sent out an inspector to take some pictures of my property. They wanted me to fix the cracks in my driveway and sidewalk using a licensed contractor. They did not want a patch job. The sidewalk had cracks and it was patched but it was NOT A TRIPPING HAZARD. I was going to pour a new sidewalk and driveway in the summer of 08 but the insurance company gave me 30 days to do the work. After hiring a contractor and a crew they did the work during the winter and they finished at the beginning of March.
Make sure that you get the Construction Permit from the Building Dept? on 30 Montgomery St (4th floor). Also if you have to close the sidewalk during the repair you need a sidewalk\traffic permit (575 Rt 440). You also will need a dumpster permit from the JCPA 394 Central Ave.
For me to do the 25?X38?X6" slab it cost $9300 including permits. It will cost you less seeing how I have a two car driveway.

Posted on: 2008/5/15 17:18
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