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County staff from the Building Department will explain and clarify proposed changes to the Hawai`i County Building Code at two workshops next month.

Bill 270, Draft 3, would change the Building Code by adopting the 2006 International Building Code (2006 IBC), along with a number of state and county amendments.

County Building Code workshops coming up in September

County staff from the Building Department will explain and clarify proposed changes to the Hawai`i County Building Code at two workshops next month. Bill 270, Draft 3, would change the Building Code by adopting the 2006 International Building Code (2006 IBC), along with a number of state and county amendments.

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The following opinion is from the Conservative Forum of Hawaii:

We would like to emphasize the single most important major concern about the recent County Council’s narrow decision (5 to 4) regarding building codes. Every citizen needs to be alarmed by this whole process.

The new law on building codes adopts entirely the 2006 International Building Codes and International Energy Conservation Codes, and now with criminal penalties for violations.

Conservative Forum on building code bill

The following opinion is from the Conservative Forum of Hawaii: We would like to emphasize the single most important major concern about the recent County Council’s narrow decision (5 to 4) regarding building codes. Every citizen needs to be alarmed by this whole process. The new law on building codes adopts entirely the 2006 International […]

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Building code changes to be discussed

Building code changes to be discussed

MEDIA RELEASE Public meetings are scheduled to discuss code amendments in Electrical Bill 268 (Draft 2), Plumbing Bill 269 and Building Bill 270. On July 1, 2007, Gov. Linda Lingle signed legislation creating a statewide building code, amending the 2006 International Building Code (IBC), the 2005 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC), and the 2008 National Electrical […]

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