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Once the request form is received by the Town Clerk via fax or in person, the Town Attorney reviews the request with subject area personnel. The law pertains to records only. It is not intended for examination of employees or officials. The Town is not required to create a new record in response to a question or questions.
The Town may seek clarification of the requested information and may reasonably decline to honor a request that is not descriptive enough within the context of the Town's record keeping system.
All records are available, unless an exception permits an agency to deny access. Common sense and the potential for harm that might arise from a specific disclosure, such as that which could preclude the government from carrying out its duties, are things that could limit disclosure. Click here for the Forms Center
Once the request is made and requested information is compiled by the subject area department, it is forwarded to the Town Clerk’s Office and the requester is notified that the information is available. This is usually done by phone. For more information, contact the Town Clerk’s Office at (631) 957-4296.
If a Certified Certificate of Occupancy is required, the application can be filled out by the property owner in the Department of Planning and Development's Building Division. Certified documents usually take about 2 weeks to be prepared. Click here for the Forms Center