Monmouth-Ocean County Building Officials Association


ICC Chapter # 58
" Our objective shall be to improve the standards of building code practices; to provide a clearing house for the collection and distribution of useful information relating to building code principles; to educate the public on the true nature and importance of the work preformed by the building code officials; to sponsor legislative proposals designed to improve building codes techniques; to elevate the standard of personal requirements of building code officials; to cooperate with others public and private agencies interested in improving building code administration; in every proper way to promote justice and equity in all building code programs; and as an ICC Chapter, operate within the guidelines of our parent organization." 
Regular Meeting / Education Class
 August 6th
September 3rd
(Monmouth County Fire Academy 12:00pm)
Class Topic: 
Uniform Construction Code


Employment Opportunity

Neptune Township is looking for a part-time HHS Fire Subcode Official. Aproximately 10 hours per week at $39.00 per hour. Please contact me if interested.   Bill Doolittle (732) 988-5200 ext 268

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BUILDING INSPECTOR - MARLBORO TOWNSHIP.  Part Time, 20-24 hrs per week, min 3 years’ experience in a Building Dept. doing all phases of building  inspections.  Must have valid NJ driver’s license, also valid Building Inspector HHS  with Building HHS SubCode license issued by NJ Department of Community Affairs. Submit cover letter, resume & requirements to jlabruzza@marlboro-nj.gov Construction Official, Township of Marlboro, 1979 Township Drive, Marlboro, NJ 07746 or email dcipriani@marlboro-nj.gov. Application deadline:

June 30, 2014. EOE





News and Events

From: Bruce E. Johnson [mailto:bejohnson@iccsafe.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 8:20 PM
To: Bruce E. Johnson
Subject: Deadline to Validate ICC Governmental Member Voting Eligibility - September 1

 

Be Sure You Know the ICC Code Development Process Deadlines. ICC requires that Primary Representatives must complete an online questionnaire by Sept. 1 for Governmental Member Voting Representatives (GMVR) to be to be eligible to vote at this year’s Annual Business Meeting, Public Comment Hearing and Online Governmental Consensus Vote. If a GMVR was properly validated for the 2014 Online Assembly Floor Motion, the Primary Representative does not need to re-validate the GMVR for this Annual Business Meeting, Public Comment Hearing and Online Governmental Consensus Vote, unless there are updates or changes to be made. Click for FAQs, including a link to check GMVR status.

 

Primary Representatives can visit our website at www.iccsafe.org/EVDS to log in and access this new form.

 

The Primary Representative then fills out a short online questionnaire about each individual a Governmental Member would like to designate as a GMVR for this year's code development cycle and Annual Business Meeting.

Whom may I contact if I have questions?

Member Services staff are available to help at members@iccsafe.org or at 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) x33804.

 

Bruce E. Johnson

International Code Council

 

PO Box 655

Jamesport, NY 11947-0655

Office: 888-422-7233  Ext. 7276

Cell: 631-220-8135

 



1. New Jersey

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Mark C. Olsen via Creative Commons

Estimated Property Damage (2006-2013): $26.4 billion

Most Frequent Disasters:damaging wind, winter storms, floods and flash floods

Weather-Related Fatalities (2006-2013): 87

New Jersey earns the top spot on this list, in large part due to damage wrought by Sandy -- which had weakened from a hurricane to a post-tropical cyclone by the time it the Jersey Shore -- in October 2012. The state was among the hardest hit by Sandy, which was the second-costliest storm in U.S. history, after Hurricane Katrina. Many homes and businesses were destroyed along the Jersey Shore, and a portion of the Atlantic City Boardwalk washed away. Shortly after Sandy hit, another storm brought wet snow that caused more power outages and damage.


Read more at http://www.kiplinger.com/slideshow/insurance/T028-S001-top-10-states-most-at-riskof-disaster/index.html#bM2kILtQWpIzsXJa.99









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BUILDING SAFETY MONTH
Safety information & hand-outs

Safety Tips From The Building Inspector
Deck Check List
Deck Evaluation Form
Deck Framing Connections
Electrical Common Violations




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Flood Elevation Rule FAQs:
In order to better protect lives and property following Superstorm Sandy, the State has adopted emergency rules that set minimum elevation standards for the reconstruction of houses and buildings in areas that are in danger of flooding. The FAQs answer some of the most common questions. Go to the link above to read the FAQs. For guidance on how to navigate flood maps on FEMA’s site, please go toAccessing Flood Zone Maps Through FEMA's Website.



 
 
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