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  • 03-01-2013, 02:30 PM
    TheEngineer
    if you want to forward me an address to research the zoning laws I would be happy to help.
  • 02-28-2013, 10:20 PM
    xoulu
    thank you, couldn't find anything on the site so I guess I will have to call.

    Anyone know any good company I can look into for contracting?
  • 02-28-2013, 08:43 PM
    mrmikey32
    Call the local atj. thats authority having jurisdiction. Every where is different
  • 02-28-2013, 08:35 PM
    TheEngineer
    look in the town zoning bylaws. they will usually have requirements in there that says how much impervious coverage you can have on a lot. If you cant find anything, call the local planning and zoning committee.
  • 02-28-2013, 08:31 PM
    xoulu

    MN Construction Help

    Hi,


    Planing to buy a land and build a house in Woodbury MN or Oakdale MN or Maplewood MN.
    I have looked at the MN building code but does not list how many % I can build on the lot size.
    Does anyone know right off the back how much % I can cover on the lot size? I know in some state you can cover up to 40% of the lot size.

    I don't want to hire any contractor out as I want to do my own contracting to save money.
    Any one know any good companies that I can look into for contracting out for work?

    Thanks!

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