Kingston building permits extended for length of stop-work order

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KINGSTON — All building permits that were issued before Governor Cuomo’s statewide non-essential construction stop-work order will be extended for the length of the hiatus in the City of Kingston.

The governor’s order for the cease of all non-essential construction was issued on March 27 and was lifted May 26.

City of Kingston building permits valid during this time and considered to be non-essential will have their expiration dates extended by 62 days.

“Permit holders will automatically receive this 62-day extension and aren’t required to re-apply at this time, but are welcome to call the building department if they have any questions,” said Stephan Knox, director of Building Safety.