A city code enforcement officer contacted him and he indicated that he was in the process of obtaining a state business license.
What does CEO stand for?
CEO stands for Code Enforcement Officer
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- Chinese-American Elected Officials
- Christians Encouraging Others
- Christmas and Easter Only (church attendance)
- Civic Engagement Office (various schools)
- Civil Enforcement Officer (UK)
- Civil Engineering Operations
- Cleaved Edge Overgrowth
- Clinical and Economic Outcomes
- Club Europe Oric (computer club; France)
- Coastal Environmental Organization (Georgia)
- Collège Européen d'Orthodontie (French: European College of Orthodontics)
- Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization
- Combine Expensive Operations
- Comité Européen de l'Outillage (French: Association of European Tool Manufacturers)
- Commercial Electronic Office (software)
- Commissaire à l'Environnement de l'Ontario (French: Ontario Environment Commissioner; Ontario, Canada)
- Commission de l'Europe Occidentale (French: Commission of Western Europe)
- Common Extensor Origin
- Commonwealth Education Organization (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Commonwealth Employment Opportunities (Massachusetts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Highway 63, said James Ruffin, Trumann city code enforcement officer.
Before you answer, you may want to contact your insurance company and local code enforcement officer to determine the applicable codes for your facility.
Instead of issuing a summons that leads to a lengthy and costly trial, code enforcement officers are being furnished new tickets, which they can write on the spot on property or business owners who violate littering ordinances.
Prior to the enactment of the law and the adoption of Rule 80-K by the courts, the code enforcement officer only had two options: a matter could be brought by the municipality's legal counsel before the Superior Court having jurisdiction for the municipality; or the case was brought into the Superior Court system because only the Superior Court system had injunctive and corrective power (1).