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Drewlo Downtown project | 22 & 18 fl | Proposed
How do you know it's issued?  Does "Status: Status Letter Sent:" mean the building permit is issued?
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We don't think that the building permits have been issued yet. On the Active building permits GIS when a building permit has been approved it has the status "issued".
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(12-19-2018, 12:51 PM)mastermind Wrote: How do you know it's issued?  Does "Status: Status Letter Sent:" mean the building permit is issued?

When a building permit application is either incomplete or has been reviewed but has issues that need to be addressed by the design team / owner, a "Status Letter" is sent to the applicant outlining whatever it is that needs to be addressed prior to issuance of the permit.

The building department has a legislated timeline to review the permit application and either issue it or provide a reason(s) for refusal. Oftentimes owners will submit an incomplete application in order to start the clock, or there are simply items that need to be addressed. The "Status letter sent" phase can continue on for sometime until all issues have been resolved and the permit can be issued.
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Thanks for the explanation
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