Uniform Construction Code — See Ch. 1430.
Editor’s Note: Former Section 1426.01, 1996 Edition adopted; file copies; purpose, was repealed 6-24-2004 by Ord. No. 384.
Editor’s Note: Former Section 1426.02, Conflict of laws, was repealed 6-24-2004 by Ord. No. 384.
[Ord. No. 384, passed 6-24-2004]
The International Mechanical Code is hereby repealed save and except for the following provisions:
Section 109, Means of Appeal is amended to read:
109.1 Application for appeal: An owner or other person with a legal or equitable interest in the affected property may appeal to the Board of Appeals from an adverse decision of the code official. An application for appeal shall be based on a claim that the true intent of this code has been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of this code do not fully apply or an alternative method or material can be used, consistent with the health, safety and welfare of the public. The appeal shall cite the provision(s) of the code for which the relief is requested and the reasons supporting the request for relief. The code official shall file a written response to the application for appeal with a copy to the appellant at least seven days prior to the hearing.
109.2 Membership of Board of Appeals: The members of the Township Planning Commission shall constitute the Board of Appeals.
109.3 Hearings: Hearings on the appeals shall occur at the next regularly scheduled Township Planning Commission meeting occurring at least 22 days from the date the application for appeal is filed or at such other time as the Board of Appeals establishes. The hearing procedures shall be established by the Board of Appeals. Recording and transcribing of testimony shall not be required.
109.4 Decisions of the Board of Appeals: The Board of Appeals shall make decisions upon the majority vote of a quorum of its members present and qualified to vote. The Board of Appeals may make its decisions based upon the written application for appeal with or without hearing.
109.5 Administration: The code official shall comply with the decisions of the Board of Appeals.