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1. What are the responsibilities of Central Dispatch?
2. How is Central Dispatch funded?
3. Why a telephone surcharge?
4. How much more money will this cost me?
5. Why isn’t $2.25 enough to cover the expenses?
6. What is some of the technology used to ensure 9-1-1 callers receive the help they need?
7. What are some of the future Capital needs?
8. What is the call volume?
9. If approved by the Clinton County voters, when will the increase take effect?

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1. What is a building permit?
2. When do I need a building permit?
3. What do I need in order to obtain a permit?
4. When may I start building?
5. When do I need inspections?
6. May I change my mind on my building project?
7. How much will a permit cost?
8. How long is a permit active?
9. Can I be my own contractor and take out my own permits?

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1. How do I get my Birth Certificate?

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1. What is the CodeRED® Emergency Communication Network?
2. Does CodeRED® support TTY for the Hearing Impaired?
3. Can I receive a notification via text, email, VoIP or cellular telephone?
4. Does this mean the County will be calling me constantly?
5. Does Clinton County CodeRED® ECN already have my telephone number or do I need to sign up to receive Clinton County notifications?
6. Does Clinton County CodeRED® Emergency Communications Network replace the Reverse 9-1-1 system?
7. What is the purpose of the map on the right-hand side of the Self-Registration Portal screen?
8. My address is not plotted correctly on the map. How do I fix this?
9. Can I arrange to have CodeRED® call my place of business?
10. Is this service available to only Clinton County residents?
11. Will I be contacted for all emergencies in the County?
12. Is there an app for CodeRED®?

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1. If I don't pay my taxes, will I really lose my house and property?
2. What does it mean for my property to be in forfeiture? Does that mean I lose my property?
3. What happens after my property is in forfeiture?
4. Will I receive any notification before my property is foreclosed?
5. What happens after my property is foreclosed? How do I get it back?

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1. What is a drainage district?
2. What is a drain assessment?
3. Where is the County drain for which I am being assessed?
4. Why did I receive more than one special assessment notice?
5. Is this the only way I would receive multiple drain assessments in 1 year?
6. How are assessments determined?
7. Do all property owners pay drain assessments?
8. I recently purchased my property. Why am I being billed for work done prior to my ownership?
9. What if I cannot attend the Day of Review?
10. What happens if I disagree with the proposed assessment for my property?
11. What is a Day of Review of Apportionments?
12. What is the difference between an apportionment and an assessment?

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1. How do I start a new divorce case?
2. How do I start a new custody or child support case?
3. What are the 29th Circuit Court Parenting Time Guidelines and how do they apply to my case?
4. How do I change an existing order?
5. What happens if a parent does not pay child support as ordered?
6. Can I deny parenting time if the other parent is not paying child support as ordered?
7. What if I am ordered to pay support based on my income from work, but I get laid off from my job?
8. What can I do if the other parent violates the custody or parenting time order?
9. Is there a specific age when my child can decide where he/she wants to live?

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1. I am unable to complete the questionnaire because of ill health or other physical/mental limitations. What should I do?
2. I am over 70 years of age. Do I have to serve?
3. The person who the questionnaire is addressed to is on an extended vacation or temporarily out of town. What should I do?
4. The questionnaire is addressed to my son/daughter who is away at college. What should I do?
5. I am no longer a Clinton County resident. What should I do?
6. The questionnaire was sent to a person who is deceased. What should I do?
7. The addressee does not live at this address. What should I do?
8. Who has the ability to examine my qualification questionnaire?

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1. What qualifies me to serve as a juror?
2. How did you get my name?
3. What is the difference between a Questionnaire and Summons?
4. What will be my term of service?
5. What will I be compensated for Jury Duty?

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1. Why is it so important to get my lawn in and landscaping done?
2. My builder took care of all the permits. What are my responsibilities?
3. How does the permit transfer happen?
4. What are my responsibilities after the transfer?
5. What if I do not maintain my controls?
6. How do I close the permit?
7. Are there any additional fees (renewals)?

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1. I have already served on a jury. Can I be called to serve again?
2. I received a Summons letter and I do not feel that I can serve Jury Duty. What should I do?

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1. Why am I a witness? I didn't see the crime occur.
2. What if someone threatens me?
3. What if the defense attorney contacts me?
4. Do I have to testify in front of the defendant?
5. Who will be with me in court?
6. How long will I be at court?
7. How many times will I have to appear in court?
8. What if my employer won't let me come to court?
9. I was subpoenaed by the defendant, not the prosecutor. Does this change anything?
10. What if I need an interpreter?
11. Can I get witness fees whether or not I attend on the date stated in the subpoena? What if I can't attend on the date stated in the subpoena?
12. Does the Prosecuting Attorney's Office pay my witness fee? Am I paid in cash?
13. How do I know if my case has been "called off"?
14. Is there a seperate Victim/Witness room ?