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EV Car Charging

Where to How to place EV Charging Stations?

Aside from existing infrastructure such as garages and parking lots, it can be a difficult choice on how many EV charging stations to install and where to place them. For municipalities, it becomes even more unclear as retail, hotels, and restaurants also begin adding stations leaving most cities "looking to public property, like libraries, rest stops, or parks, to install stations because of anticipated regular traffic."

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Failure to get a Permit

Permitting can be complex, let us simply the work for you so you can avoid costly delays. 

"Construction on the home continued, nonetheless, Ford said, despite the director describing it as “not allowed.” Specifically, Schneider was found to have built on a footprint different than the one on approved plans and thus encroached on wetland setbacks on the property. Additionally, he was found to have cleared environmentally sensitive habitat and graded over a known culturally sensitive Wiyot site, both in violation of his permit conditions, while also cutting an unpermitted temporary access road on the property."

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EV Charging

Ford reveals new EV-selling rules to dealers

Auto maker requires dealers who want to sell its electric models to ditch haggling and invest in chargers

"Ford Motor Co. released strict new rules for U.S. dealers looking to sell its electric vehicles, including requiring no-haggle prices and upfront investment in chargers, in an effort to simplify a process that has long frustrated many buyers."

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Chick-Fil-A

Chick-fil-A cited for not getting a building permit

Complete your permitting prior to starting construction to avoid costly delays

Honolulu – "The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Planning and Permitting cited the Atlanta-based chicken restaurant chain Wednesday for a building code violation after its site inspection on Tuesday.

As a result of the violation, Chick-fil-A’s building permit fee has been tripled."

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