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Building Department

45 South Main Street, Room #G-40
(203) 294-2005
Fax:  (203) 294-2095

Building Official, Housing Code Administrator &
    Zoning Enforcement Officer:   Justin Rossetti
  1. Answer homeowners', architects' and builders' code questions.
  2. Review all building and site plans for new or remodeling construction so as to comply with building, fire and zoning regulations.
  3. Review permit applications.
  4. Issue:
    • Building permits
    • Certificate of Occupancy (C.O.'s)
    • Housing Code Certificates of Compliance (C of C's) 
    • Hours for Issuing Permits:  Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

  5. Conduct all required inspections.
  6. Enforce Connecticut State Building Code.
     
Assistant Building, Plumbing, and Heating Inspector:   Alexander Kischkum
  1. Answer homeowners, builders and architects with code questions regarding plumbing, heating and air conditioning.
  2. Review building plans for heat, plumbing, and air conditioning.
  3. Issue: 
    • mechanical permits
    • building permits
    • permits and inspects coal, woodstoves and inserts

  4. Conduct all required inspections.
Housing Code Inspector: Peter LeClerc
  1. Inspect:  Rented property for code compliance.
  2. Investigate complaints regarding residential code violation.
  3. Issue: Certificate of Compliance
Electrical Inspector: Louis Genovese
  1. Review building plans for electrical installations.
  2. Issue electric permits.
  3. Inspect all electrical installations for code compliance.
  4. Assist Fire Prevention Bureau in detecting cause of fires.
  5. Works closely with Electric Division on service installations.

Inflow and Infiltration (I & I) are essentially clean water that enters into the sanitary sewer from public and private sources.  I & I takes up capacity in the sewer system resulting in more cost to ratepayers, public health issues and property damage.  To learn more about the Sewer Division's Inflow and Infiltration Program, click here.

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