City Off To Good Start in First Full Year in Operation
The City of Peachtree Corners issued 382 new business licenses and handled 518 code enforcement cases in 2013.
"Not all of the city's services were fully in place throughout the year," stated Wheeler in her report to City Council. "Code enforcement, for example was not fully staffed until August, and the city's new trash collection service had not been implemented by year end."
However, there is still 12 months of data collected to use as a base line to use as comparison for future reports.
Here are highlights from Wheeler's 2013 report:
Permits and Certificates of Occupancies Issued
Total Residential Permits: 182
Total Comercial Permits: 467
Total Sign Permits: 149
Total Certificates of Occupancy: 93
Building Division Activity
Total Permits Issued: 804
Total Inspections Performed: 1,753
Total Plans Reviewed: 979
New Home: 52
Code Enforcement Cases
Total Number of Cases: 518
Total Commercial Cases: 266
Total Residential Cases: 252
Total Notices of Violations: 220
Code Enforcement Compliance
Summons Issued: 16
Court Cases Adjudicated: 10
Voluntary Compliance: 300
Code Enforcement Cases by Type
Property Maintenance: 65
Vacant Bldg./Land: 14
Junk Car/Parking: 54
High Weeds/Grass: 45
Outdoor Storage: 26
RV/Non-motor Vechicle: 35
Business License: 162
Buisness License Renewals: 1,897
New Business Licenses: 382
Licenses Discontinued or Expired: 39
Licenses Pending: 483
Editor's note: This is not a comprehensive list, but are highlights from a detailed report submitted to City Council on Jan. 21. 2014.
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