[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Glocester 11-18-1999, effective 12-6-1999 (Ch. I, § 2, 1-02-03, of the 1991 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
In accordance with the Rhode Island State Building Code 23-27.3 through 127.2.1 (effective July 1, 1977), there is hereby continued a Building Code Board of Appeals for the Town of Glocester, Rhode Island.
The Building Code Board of Appeals shall consist of five members with appointed five-year terms as per the Enactment, with appointments in June. One shall be an architect. Two shall be professional engineers. One shall be a building official not from the municipality from which the appeal is taken, except that a member of the general public may be substituted for the building official. One shall be a builder or superintendent of building construction.
Appointed members of the Board shall be eligible for reappointment and upon expiration of their term shall continue to serve unless replaced. In the event of a vacancy on the Board, interim appointments of appointed members shall be made by the Town Council to complete the unexpired term of such position. If a member of such Board shall cease to be a qualified elector and/or resident of the Town his/her office shall thereby become vacant.
The Building Code Board of Appeals shall have all the powers and duties which are set forth in Title 23, Chapter 27.3, of the General Laws of Rhode Island as amended so as to enable it to enforce the State Building Code.