Why didn’t I get my gas clearance with the 819?

Gas clearances are sent upon 900 Final inspection approval for safety reasons. The 819 inspection is usually just for the underground piping. Approval of the 819 inspection is normally just to backfill or cover the trench and not all final testing, connections or related permits are complete at this time.  If the permit only requires a single inspection for a gas repair, a clearance would be sent at that time.

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1. How can I get a hold of my inspector?
2. Why can’t I get the 970 and 900 on the same day? Or 155 and 110?
3. Where can I get a list of all the inspections and the codes?
4. Why didn’t I get my gas clearance with the 819?
5. Why can I not receive temporary power now? We were approved for it months ago?
6. Why didn’t my inspector call me when he/she didn’t find the permit/plans?
7. Do I have to be there for my inspection?
8. Do I have to have the cabinets/carpet/grass etc. installed to pass final?
9. How do I request a Certificate of Occupancy or Letter of Completion?