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The fees are all different in Highland, depending upon what was paid at development stage. These fees are fixed for new single family residential permits and are as follows:
Generally, with a single family dwelling, an engineer may have to size the beams and some of the connections. Generally for basement construction projects, you can draw your own plans. For anything else we may require that a licensed engineer review these plans and stamp them prior to submission to ensure structural integrity. All plans must be drawn to scale and should be no smaller than ¼" = 1'. Plans must include all construction details, including but not limited to electrical layout, window size and location, doors, smoke detectors, framing detail, beam size, engineering, etc.
The standard inspections are, but are not limited to, footings, foundations, temporary power, underground plumbing, four-way (electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and framing), permanent power, stucco, weather barrier, flashing, sheetrock, shower pan, and final inspection. However, depending upon the complexity of your construction there may be other inspections required. Check with anyone from the Building Department at (801) 772-4515 if you have questions concerning what inspections you need.
For the 2012 Fiscal Year the budget calendar is as follows:
February 1, 2011 - Revenue projections from Finance.
March 1, 2011 - In-house tentative budget due from departments
March 15, 2011 - Budget Working Draft distributed to City Council.
April 5, 2011 - City Council comments and proposed changes on budget due. Post working draft and Council comments posted on City website.
May 3, 2011 - Public open house on proposed budget 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (council meeting starts late at 7:30 p.m.).
May 10, 2011 - Budget Work Session – 7:30 p.m. report findings of open house and other comments received.
Any additional work sessions as required.
May 17, 2011 - Hold budget public hearing; Adoption of tentative budget by Resolution
June 7, 2011 - Adoption of FY 2011-2012 final budget and FY 2010-2011 budget amendments; adopt resolution setting the annual Certified Property Tax rate OR if needed set public hearing for “Truth in Taxation” in August.
**scheduled subject to change or be postponed at City Council direction.
After you log into your account, you can see what items you have checked out, renew items, see your fines, place holds or check on the status of your holds, and turn on your reading history (to help you keep track of what items have been checked out on your account).
Be sure to log out of your account when finished.
If you are looking for a particular item we can also try to borrow it from another library, not necessarily local libraries. This service may take several weeks.
It will be necessary to present your card at Northern Utah County Cooperative libraries (when we are invited to participate) and for their patrons to present their card to check out materials.
Please be aware of the following when submitting requests: * Even if you find it in another library catalog, all our requests are managed by the State Library Division and they randomly ask libraries for the item (they only ask libraries for it if they know if they own it). * Libraries are often reluctant to loan new or popular items. They prefer to make them available for their own patrons first. Most videos and audio items are easily damaged in the mail so most libraries will be reluctant to loan those types of items as well. * Items may take a few days to several weeks to get it here. We not only have control over that, we don't know where they are or coming from!
If you still cannot find it we will bill you for it. However, continue to look for it because it is much cheaper to pay the maximum fine ($4.00 for books, $10.00 for videos and audio books) than to pay the replacement price.
Many items look like retail quality when they are actually reinforced bindings, stitching or glued. Sometimes it's just too hard to tell by looking at an item.