Originally Posted by Case Closed
I have considered the incentives, but they don't outweigh the prospect of allowing homes to be burnt down with fire fighters watching. I think it's a problem with policy. I don't get why it is not covered via other city taxes.
Which is exactly why I think it's appropriate to allow the homeowner to pay the full retail price for the job if they haven't paid the fee.
*pay small yearly fee
*pay a couple to a few thousand dollars to save your house/belongings (or institute timotheeeeeee's lawyer thing)
*watch house burn to ground.