Magistrates tackle home inspections, budget

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County may soon require inspections for all new home construction

By Calen McKinney

Those who build a home in Taylor County could soon have a few more items to cross off on their checklist.

Magistrates will consider adopting an ordinance next month that requires all new homes in Taylor County be inspected and comply with specific codes.

Carley Fudge, Taylor County's building inspector, told magistrates during their regular meeting on Tuesday night that the City currently requires inspections.

The County adopting such an ordinance, Fudge said, would lower homeowner's insurance costs.

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