When something is mandated, it essentially means that it must be done. If there is a job to do or a task to be completed, it must be done. To remind city residents of this importance, notice is given. In certain counties, cities and/or states, it goes further. Should there be an act of non-compliance, the guilty party or parties could very well be slapped with a fine, this at the very minimum. Unfortunately, it would go no further than a proverbial slap on the wrist.
At the most extreme, where grievous loss and/or damage is incurred to properties and livelihoods, as well as the loss of life, the fines meted out would or should be more than enough to shut the guilty business down. The guilty offender is in no financial position to pay the exorbitant fine. Or the presiding court rules that shutting the business down altogether is justifiable and acts in the best interests of the surrounding communities, both commercial and domestic.
The judge may even be prompted to incarcerate guilty persons or a stipulated period of time. But rarely does this happen. One of the bugbears surrounding communities at large is that of construction work, particularly if it is major. There are numerous issues that plague these communities. There is noise and wide scale pollution. Dust, debris and the like. But the worst of it all is what happens afterwards.
The responsible business owner or commercial property owner should not wait to be told what to do. He should be adult enough to know that he cannot expect his contracted building constructors to clean up afterwards and should go right ahead and hire professional and specialist construction clean up services in Fairfield. And that is that.