A fire inspection is mandatory for new construction in commercial and residential structures, and that review is about to cost more.
The Evergreen Fire Protection District board granted Fire Marshal Frank Dearborn's request to increase fees for all commercial and residential fire safety inspections at the board meeting Nov. 12. Currently most fees hover around $75, but with the increase, from $5 to $100 will be added starting in January.
The fee has been increased twice before, in 2004 and 2010, both times when new fire chiefs came into office, Dearborn said.
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