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A signed CCC is the beginning of a maintenance period where the developer is still responsible for any work or maintenance associated to the infrastructure. The maintenance period can be one to three years, depending on the utility.
When the maintenance period expires, the Town performs a final inspection. If the infrastructure is in acceptable condition, a Final Acceptance Certificate (FAC) is issued to the developer, relieving the developer of all maintenance obligations. Once an FAC is issued, the Town accepts ownership.