The Tampa Tribune reports that "At the core of many neighborhood disputes is a complicated bureaucracy that attempts to keep the community clean....It is one of the most requested, yet one of the most contested, of government services. Residents complain that code enforcement is too strict, too lax, too slow, too fast or just unfair. But that doesn't top them from reporting thousands of violations each year. Code inspectors, meanwhile, say that without the work they do, the community's foundations would crumble..." Two-part series with reader response the following week.
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