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Old 02-28-2015, 09:13 PM   #21
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Not to rub it in, but i can log in to the states permitting system, select my permit, pay and print. It takes about 4 minutes. However, i don't deal with any separate municipality.
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Old 02-28-2015, 09:20 PM   #22
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Not to rub it in, but i can log in to the states permitting system, select my permit, pay and print. It takes about 4 minutes. However, i don't deal with any separate municipality.
I would love that.

Now I understand that each municipality has their own process of approval. That can still be accomplished. You can submit your permit application online, then wait for an email telling you the permit is ready. At this point you go back to the website and pay and also print the permit out. That would be pretty simple and probably easier than each building department dealing with all the paperwork. But for now it's just fantasy.
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Pretty much the same thing here in NYC, enter permit info into a secure online system , pay with a cc and print right from your office printer, all under 5 minutes
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I use technology in the palm of my hand. Gotta call to change 100 amp panel. Took the info and had customer text me pics of panel, meter and riser.
Gave him the options of 200 amp panel with 100 amp main or complete 200 amp upgrade due to water damage in existing panel. I am due to stop by drop off written estimate and pick up down payment.
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