Plaistow selectmen to discuss public housing occupancy requirements
Specifically, the board is looking to strike language from town welfare regulations requiring tenants to obtain a certificate of occupancy from the town’s building department to qualify for the town housing funds. Currently, the property owner is responsible for paying for that certificate of occupancy for the tenants in their buildings.
“It was brought to my attention as a landlord in this town that we still have to issue occupancy permits for tenants,” said Poliquin. “I didn’t think that this was done any more and thought the issue had been put to rest.”
“People who are currently in housing trying to get assistance shouldn’t be burdened trying to get a certificate of occupancy,” said Gray.
“I would vote to do it tonight, but something tells me we should have a public hearing,” he said.
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