With concrete forms erected to extend the foundation, Kentucky State Building Inspector Pat Rhodes was asked who was responsible for granting construction permits, and if one had been given to the Subway owner Frank Mastey.
Rhodes said that in absence of a Trigg County building regulation and inspecting program, that the State of Kentucky had domain in this case, and being the local building inspector for the state, it was his responsibility to enforce this. “I went by there on Thursday, and it looked like construction had begun. I put a stop-work order on the structure until state approval is granted. It’s a good thing they haven’t poured any concrete yet,” Rhodes said.
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