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Richard Kent

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HQ Phone:  (303) 698-0800

Email: r***@***.com

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601 South Broadway Suite A

Denver, Colorado,80209

United States

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www.rumfordmaine.net [cached]

RICHARD KENT
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER


Maine Building Officials and Inspectors Association, Inc.

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Mr Richard Kent


www.rumfordfallstimes.com

RUMFORD -- Following a lengthy discussion, the Board of Selectmen approved a blanket letter drafted by Code Enforcement Officer Richard Kent to be sent to owners of buildings deemed as dangerous.
Originally, Kent came to the board to have the draft letter reviewed about a vacant building at 7 Ernest Street, which has been the site of three suspected arsons.


www.rumfordfallstimes.com

RUMFORD -- Following a lengthy discussion, the Board of Selectmen approved a blanket letter drafted by Code Enforcement Officer Richard Kent to be sent to owners of buildings deemed as dangerous.
Originally, Kent came to the board to have the draft letter reviewed about a vacant building at 7 Ernest Street, which has been the site of three suspected arsons. Kent estimated that the current list is in excess of 30 buildings.


www.rumfordfallstimes.com

For code enforcement, selectmen had proposed $50,715 in the defeated budget, after Code Enforcement Officer Rick Kent offered budget reduction options.
Adley motioned for Kent's proffered $38,528, which was approved 4-1.


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