Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi, MI
Calhoun County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Tribal Council of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi 11-12-2015 by Res. No. 11-12-15-12[1] (Title IX, Ch. 2, of the Tribal Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
[1]
Editor's Note: This resolution also repealed former Title IX, Ch. 2, Construction and Health Codes, adopted 4-14-2000 by Res. No. 04-14-00-01.

§ 9.2-1 Adoption of construction and health standards by reference.

The substantive provisions of the following codes, laws and regulations are hereby adopted as tribal law:
A. 
The State of Michigan Construction Code Act of 1972, as revised, MCLA §§ 125.1501 through 125.1531, and all codes, rules and regulations issued thereunder, including without limitation:
(1) 
The following building codes:
(a) 
2012 International Building Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(b) 
2012 International Residential Building Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(c) 
National Electrical Code, based on 2010 Edition of NFPA 70;
(d) 
2012 International Plumbing Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(e) 
2012 International Mechanical Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(f) 
2012 International Fire Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(g) 
2012 International Fuel Gas Code, with Michigan Amendments;
(h) 
2012 International Energy Conservation Code; and
(i) 
2012 International Existing Building Code.
(2) 
Unless and until supplanted or modified by the above codes:
(a) 
2009 ICC A117.1, Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities;
(b) 
NFPA 10 (2010 ed.), Portable Fire Extinguishers;
(c) 
NFPA 13 (2010 ed.), Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes;
(d) 
NFPA 13R (2010 ed.), Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and including Four Stories in Height;
(e) 
NFPA 14 (2010 ed.), Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems;
(f) 
NFPA 17 (2009 ed.) and NFPA 17A, (2009 ed.), Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems and Wet Chemical Extinguishing Systems;
(g) 
NFPA 20 (2010 ed.), Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection;
(h) 
NFPA 22 (2008 ed.), Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection;
(i) 
NFPA 24 (2010 ed.), Installation of Private Fire Service Mains and Their Appurtenances;
(j) 
NFPA 25 (2011 ed.), Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems;
(k) 
NFPA 30 (2012 ed.), Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code;
(l) 
NFPA 72 (2011 ed.), National Fire Alarm Code;
(m) 
NFPA 80 (2010 ed.), Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives;
(n) 
NFPA 90A (2012 ed.), Installation of Air-Conditioning and Ventilating Systems;
(o) 
NFPA 90B (2012 ed.), Installation of Warm Air Heating and Air-Conditioning Systems;
(p) 
NFPA 110 (2010 ed.), Emergency and Standby Power Systems;
(q) 
NFPA 2001 (2012 ed.), Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems;
(r) 
UL (required listing on equipment, fire rated assemblies, doors, etc.).
B. 
Health.
(1) 
Food Law/Food Code of 2009, MCLA § 289.1101 et seq., and all rules, regulations and codes adopted thereunder;
(2) 
Safe Drinking Water Act, MCLA § 325.1001 et seq., and all rules, regulations and codes adopted thereunder; and
(3) 
Calhoun County Sanitation Code.

§ 9.2-2 Enforcement at gaming facilities.

The Tribal Council delegates to the Gaming Commission the authority and responsibility for ensuring compliance with the above codes and standards at the gaming facility licensed by the Commission, including identifying one or more qualified individual(s) and/or company(ies) to serve as code enforcement official(s) on behalf of the Gaming Commission to perform any necessary plan or facility inspections to assure compliance and to assist the Commission with the development of appropriate regulations and/or procedures for the purpose of permitting, inspection and/or enforcement of these codes and standards.

§ 9.2-3 Enforcement at residential units, government facilities and food establishments.

The Tribal Council delegates to the Chief Executive Officer the authority and responsibility for ensuring compliance with the above codes and standards at residential units, government facilities, and food establishments (as that term is defined in the Food Law/Food Code of 2009) operating on the Tribe's trust lands, including identifying one or more qualified individual(s) and/or company(ies) to serve as code enforcement official(s) on behalf of the tribal government to perform any necessary plan or facility inspections to assure compliance and to assist the Chief Executive Officer with the development of appropriate regulations and/or procedures for the purpose of permitting, inspection and/or enforcement of these codes and standards.