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Install or alter any permanent wiring or electrical device.
Run additional wiring, put in an electrical outlet or light fixture, install a receptacle for a garage-door opener, or convert from fuse box to circuit breakers.
Install or alter permanent low-voltage systems such as security alarms or stereo or computer systems.
You must be both the owner and the occupant of a dwelling to obtain a permit to do electrical work yourself. You may not perform any electrical installations or modifications on a house or residential unit that is intended for sale, lease, rent, or exchange.
If you are not sure if you need a permit, please call the building department at (503) 874-2207.
Replace water heaters, alter piping inside a wall or ceiling or beneath a floor, and for plumbing in all new installations.
Repair, alteration, or replacement of freeze-damaged or leaking concealed piping, if new piping exceeds 3 feet.
Remodeling or adding on to your one or two family dwelling when existing plumbing is to be relocated. This includes installation of building sewers, water service, and exterior rain drains.
When a property owner does “ordinary minor repairs” to plumbing systems on his or her own property, which means repair, replacement, or maintenance of existing accessible fixtures, parts, and appliances and their related water and drain attachments. Do not alter an existing plumbing system without a permit.
When a property owner or licensed plumber performs emergency repairs to, or replacement of, freeze-damaged or leaking concealed piping, provided new piping doesn’t exceed 3 feet in length.
Install or change any part of a heating or cooling system that must be vented into any kind of chimney, including unvented decorative appliances
Install a woodstove, fireplace insert, pellet stove, or related venting
Install, alter, or repair gas piping between the meter and an appliance (indoors or outdoors)
Install bath fans, dryer exhausts, kitchen range exhausts, and appliances that are required to be vented
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Silverton Municipal Court 306 S. Water St. Silverton, OR 97381
If you would like to plead no contest, you can appear before the court clerk, who will look at your driving record and may be able to reduce the fine. The clerk uses the same fine schedule as the judge. If you have more than three convictions on your driving record, the clerk will be unable to reduce the fine. The clerk can take not guilty pleas and set trials on all infractions either in person or by sending in the yellow copy of the summons with option three filled out, signed, and dated.
If you would like to plead guilty and explain to the judge what happened, this can be done in writing. The letter must be accompanied by the full base fine of all charges. All letters of explanation are given to the judge and must be received before your posted court appearance. The judge reads them, takes your statement and driving record into consideration, and assesses fines accordingly. If you are fined less than the base fine, the refund should reach you within four weeks.
If your ticket is for No Insurance or Failure to Carry Proof of Insurance, and you have proof that you were insured for the vehicle on the date of the ticket, bring your proof to the Court Clerk prior to your court date and that charge will be dismissed. Be sure the proof contains the effective dates of the insurance.
Requirements of program:Enter a plea of No Contest (not contesting the facts of the case) Note: A Not Guilty Plea forfeits your Traffic School option.Fill out the traffic school paper work and agreement at Court and submit it to the Court Clerk.Pay the presumptive fine amount in full within 7 days of the date of your court appearance.Contact the school, pay the registration fee and register for the class.Successfully complete the class and receive a Certificate of Completion.Submit the “Certificate of Completion” to the Court within 90 days of the date of your court appearance.Do not receive a citation for a motor vehicle violation within the next 180 days of the date of your court appearance.
There will be no extensions and no exceptions.
Adult Positions:Judge: Presides over the hearing, explains the criminal charges, instructs the jury on what evidence and factors to consider in determining a sentence.
You can also report a code violation on the website in the questions and comments module on the home page. code enforcement page