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Due to scheduling complications from the recent holidays, the deadline for the 2021 International Codes Group B code change proposals has been changed from Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, to Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. Pacific. You can submit changes and participate in discussions on changes by logging in to cdpACCESS. Hearings on Group B proposals are set for:
This year’s code hearings offer ICC members/non-members, code officials, architects, builders, engineers, fire and energy conservation professionals the opportunity to provide input on proposed code changes to the Group B international Codes. The 2021 Group B Codes include:
All ICC Primary Representatives must validate their Governmental Member Voting Representatives by March 16th to participate in the online voting that follows the Committee Action Hearings on the 2021 I-Codes. The hearings will be held April 15-23 in Columbus, Ohio. Check your voting status here. The proposed changes for Group A were put online Feb. […]
Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Bridgeport’s Liability in Fire That Killed 4 The state’s high court upholds the Appellate Court and says a jury could have found that Bridgeport was liable for the deaths of a mother and her three young children in an apartment fire. By Robert Storace | December 18, 2017 at 01:34 PM The city of […]