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Re: SNOW LOADS IN "SITE SPECIFIC" REGIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA

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The city engineer ain't gonna know diddly-squat about building codes. Ask him
about sewers and streets, you'll get cogent answers.

You need to get in touch with the building inspection department in that town.
Sometimes there isn't one. You might even see if you can contact a local
structural engineer and see what he knows.

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