Sacramento County has stepped up code enforcement in recent years, but it has shown a willingness to waive fees as complaints from cited property owners have also increased, county officials said and records show.
Sacramento County has stepped up code enforcement in recent years, but it has shown a willingness to waive fees as complaints from cited property owners have also increased, county officials said and records show. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file
Sacramento County has stepped up code enforcement in recent years, but it has shown a willingness to waive fees as complaints from cited property owners have also increased, county officials said and records show. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file

Records show inconsistent exemptions on Sacramento County fees

May 23, 2015 02:18 PM

UPDATED May 24, 2015 09:06 PM

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