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Old 08-05-2010, 08:19 PM   #1
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are educational institutions required to file electrical permit applications?

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I think I am going to stop trying to answer questions that depend on a person's location when they... don't fill out their location.

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Short answer...Yes....as far as I know
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Depends. Some public works have there own permitting process.
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By now you could have called the local building inspectors office.
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I think I am going to stop trying to answer questions that depend on a person's location when they... don't fill out their location.
I agree! It should be a required field when registering.
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I think I am going to stop trying to answer questions that depend on a person's location when they... don't fill out their location.
And those who post vague questions with little to no detail.
AND those who post commercial/industrial questions on a "Home Improvement" board.
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And those who post vague questions with little to no detail.
AND those who post commercial/industrial questions on a "Home Improvement" board.
And those who ask questions, but sign out 8 minutes later and never come back?
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Well - in his defense...after seeing all these responses...he may have been scared off
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Well - in his defense...after seeing all these responses...he may have been scared off
Oh well.
Proby was dead on this one so no big loss.

They posted THREE DAYS ago, left the site six minutes later and have not been back to even check for replies. I say good riddance.

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Yeah...he was gone at 8:25a...possibly only saw the 1st response
Proby scared him off
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Yeah...he was gone at 8:25a...possibly only saw the 1st response
Proby scared him off
LOL
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Yeah...he was gone at 8:25a...possibly only saw the 1st response
Proby scared him off
For only being here less than a month Proby already has a good feel for this place.
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For only being here less than a month Proby already has a good feel for this place.
I've read this forum for a while. I'm also a member of other DIYer and electrical forums.

When someone asks if a school needs an electrical permit on a DIY forum, it's usually a safe bet that said person shouldn't be doing electrical work in a school

Plus the whole location thing is a pet peeve of mine.
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The school is Andrews.edu
Its a big construction of a new building, then tear down of an old building
So hopefully Pro's are doing the work

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