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In a quest to understand, what was the role of MICA in 1972? Was MICA the arbiter of code in 1972 similar to the role of a homeowners association (HOA) upon completion of a development, to which the city management functions today? Which begs the question today, what is the official legal role of MICA in regards to code enforcement. I know I paid a fee for plan reviews for new construction, but doesn't the city planning/building dept function in that same capacity?
Trust me, I am confused.
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