Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 6:05 am (Updated: February 27, 6:31 am)
The absence of a local building inspector has put builders and realtors at a standstill since Wednesday.
Local realtor Susan Arnold told The Spencer Magnet she found herself in a bind with a unique situation early last week.
Arnold, who is listing a bank foreclosure, said the bank that owns the home wanted to have the utilities turned on.
Arnold said she called Clark early last week and he told her a licensed electrician needed to inspect the home and then he would be able to issue a permit to get the utilities turned on.
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