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>Inform the owner (city public works dept. or chief engineer) directly,
>and in writing. 
As a courtesy, you might give the guy a call first and tell him the 
situation before putting it in writing and ask what might be wanted in a 
letter. It'll give the building official a chance to see that you're not 
just a sorehead trying to screw more money out of your client by raising 
hell. The building official might also know of other problems with the 
same contractor and appreciate some help with his own job. 

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