City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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[Ord. 7641 § 1, passed 4-4-1933]
There is established a Plumbing Board, to review, prepare and recommend to Council and the Mayor, for their consideration, such changes, improvements and regulations as the Board shall consider wise for the regulation and governing of the plumbing and house drainage in the City.
The Chief Plumbing Inspector shall present to the Board all disputes, grievances or violations of the State Code, or any section thereof, or any matter pertaining to the installation of the plumbing or building drainage in the City, and the Board, after careful consideration, shall present to Council a recommendation for its approval.
[Ord. 74-1994 § 1, passed 9-21-1994]
Council shall appoint a Plumbing Board, consisting of 11 members, hereinafter referred to as the Board, to consist of the following:
(a) 
Three members recommended by the Master Plumbers' Association.
(b) 
Three members recommended by the Journeyman's Plumbing Union.
The above six members shall be approved by the organizations with which they are affiliated, and the Secretaries of such organizations shall notify the Mayor and Council in writing of such approval.
(c) 
One member to be selected and recommended by the above six members of the Plumbing Board. The person as selected shall not be a member of either organization.
(d) 
One member, being a licensed Architect, recommended by the Erie Chapter of the American Institute of Architects appointed by the Mayor.
(e) 
One member, recommended by the Erie Home Builder's Association appointed by the Mayor.
(f) 
Two members being either Journeymen or Master Plumbers appointed by Council.
[Ord. 7641 § 6, passed 4-4-1933]
All of the members of the Plumbing Board shall serve without compensation.
[Ord. 7641 § 5, passed 4-4-1933]
The Plumbing Board shall meet and organize immediately upon being appointed by Council, and the stenographer of the Department of Public Safety shall act as secretary.
[Ord. 7641 § 2, passed 4-4-1933]
The Chief Plumbing Inspector shall attend any meeting on request of the Plumbing Board, when notified to do so by the secretary of the Board.