City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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CROSS REFERENCES
Electric power lines — See S.U. & P.S. Art. 921.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 1, passed 8-21-1963]
There is established an Electrical Code Commission, consisting of 11 members, to review, prepare and report to Council for consideration such ordinances as the Commission shall consider wise for the installation, alteration, addition or extension in any electrical wiring, device or material, and for the safeguarding of persons and of buildings and their contents from hazards arising from the use of electricity for light, heat, power, radio, signaling and for other purposes within the City.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 2, passed 8-21-1963]
The Commission so appointed shall be known as the Electrical Code Commission.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 3, passed 8-21-1963; Ord. 11-1964 § 1, passed 3-11-1964]
Members of the Electrical Code Commission shall be appointed by Council and shall be composed of the following:
(a) 
City Building Inspector;
(b) 
City Electrician;
(c) 
An electrical engineer;
(d) 
A representative of the electric utilities company;
(e) 
A representative of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers;
(f) 
A representative of the National Electrical Contractors' Association;
(g) 
A representative of the Electrical Contractors' Association of Erie;
(h) 
A representative of the Keystone Electrical Inspection Service;
(i) 
A representative of the independent electrical contractors;
(j) 
A representative of the Greater Erie Safety Council;
(k) 
A representative of the Department of Fire Underwriters.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 4, passed 8-21-1963]
Members of the Electrical Code Commission shall be recommended to Council, in writing, by the organizations referred to in Section 159.03.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 5, passed 8-21-1963]
The duties of the Electrical Code Commission shall be to review, prepare and submit to Council recommendations for legislation regarding the installation, alteration, addition or extension of electrical wiring, devices or materials, and for the safeguarding of persons and of buildings and their contents from hazards arising from the use of electricity for light, heat, power, radio, signaling and for other purposes within the City.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 6, passed 8-21-1963]
The Electrical Code Commission shall meet and organize immediately upon being appointed by Council.
[Ord. 32-1963 § 7, passed 8-21-1963]
The Electrical Code Commission shall be considered in existence when a majority of the members eligible to appointment shall have been appointed by Council.