Cohocton Wind Watch: Cohocton Code Enforcement Officer January 22, 2008 Letter by James Hall
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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Cohocton Code Enforcement Officer January 22, 2008 Letter by James Hall

January 22, 2008

Joseph Bob - Code Enforcement Officer
Town of Cohocton
Code Enforcement Office
PO Box 327
Cohocton, New York 14826

Mr. Bob,

It has come to our attention that you are holding official Town of Cohocton documents in your possession and have not provided copies to the Town Clerk.

The example of the DEC wetland report is cited. This is a public document and NYS law requires that it be available for public inspection. The Town Clerk has made attempts to secure this document, and up to this date has not been able to obtain it from your office.

As part of your official duties and responsibilities, your office requires that certification be achieved within the first year of your employment. According to NYS Department of State – Division of Code Enforcement and Administration
http://www.dos.state.ny.us/CODE/ls-codes.html you are not listed as having a certified license.

The Town Clerk needs to have your certification verification available for inspection.

At this point there is no proof that you have successfully completed NYS certification within your first year. This letter serves as notice that your NYS Building Code training certification needs to be produced.

Also the Town Clerk has stated that you are in possession of new maps on the UPC/CPP/CPPII Project. Copies of these maps need to be provided to the Town Clerk for public inspection. Proof of CPP and CPPII controlling the land for the projects by lease also should be available by FOIL. Please consider this a request for inspection of these documents which has been stated that you have seen in order to issue building permits. These documents need to filed with the Town Clerk.

Cordially,


James Hall for CWW

cc: Cohocton Town Board
Charles Bliss NYS Department of Code Enforcement

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