Chapter 10
BUILDINGS AND GENERAL BUILDING REGULATIONS1

Sec. 10-1. Code adoption.

(a) The approved editions of the following codes as adopted by the state of Idaho, together with any amendments or revisions to the following codes as made by the state of Idaho through the negotiated rulemaking process, are adopted as the building codes for the city of Lewiston, except as provided in the section amendments:

(1) 2015 International Building Code (IBC).

(2) 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).

(3) 2012 International Mechanical Code (IMC).

(4) 2012 International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC).

(5) 2015 Idaho State Plumbing Code (ISPC) as published in 2017.

(6) 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC).

(7) 2015 International Existing Building Code (IEBC).

(8) 2012 International Residential Code (IRC).

(9) 2015 International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC).

(10) 2015 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC).

(b) The adopted versions of the foregoing codes shall be deemed superseded by successive versions of such codes as they are adopted or approved by the state of Idaho, effective on the date any such codes are made effective by Idaho Code, Title 39, Chapter 41.

(c) IBC Section 113, as amended by the city of Lewiston, pertaining to the code board of appeals, shall apply to the foregoing codes.

(d) IBC Section 104, pertaining to authority having jurisdiction, shall apply to the foregoing codes.

(e) IBC Section 114.4, as amended by the city of Lewiston, pertaining to violations and penalties, shall apply to the foregoing codes.

(f) IBC Section 109.4, as amended by the city of Lewiston, pertaining to work commencing before permit issuance, shall apply to the foregoing codes.

(g) Definitions not otherwise identified in corresponding code shall be defined by the latest version of the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

(h) The following methods for serving notice shall apply to the adopted versions of the foregoing codes:

(1) Personal delivery; such notice shall be deemed delivered immediately; or

(2) Sent by certified or first-class mail addressed to the last known address; such notice shall be deemed delivered forty-eight (48) hours after depositing the same in the U.S. mail.

(3) If notice is returned undelivered, a copy thereof shall be posted in a conspicuous place in or about the structure affected by such notice, and such notice shall be deemed delivered twenty-four (24) hours after such notice is posted. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 1, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4707, § 2, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-2. International Building Code (IBC) – Amendments.

The IBC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section 101.4.3, Plumbing, is amended to the Idaho State Plumbing Code (ISPC); the referenced International Private Sewage Disposal Code shall be deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(3) Chapter 1, Section 103.1, Creation of enforcement agency, is hereby amended to read as follows:

103.1 Creation of enforcement agency. The division of building safety is hereby created and the official in charge thereof shall be known as the building official.

(4) Chapter 1, Section 105.2, Work exempt from permit, is hereby amended by adding new Section 105.2.14 as follows:

14. Permits shall not be required for replacement of siding. It remains the owner and contractor’s responsibility to ensure all code requirements are met. Inspection of siding may be requested and shall be charged at the hourly rate for special inspections.

(5) Chapter 1, Section 109.2, is hereby amended by adding new Section 109.2.1 as follows:

109.2.1 Building fees.

All building fees shall be set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(6) Chapter 1, Section 109.2.2, Plan review fee, is hereby amended to read as follows:

109.2.2 Plan review fee.

When submittal documents are required by Section 107.1, a plan review fee shall be paid upon application for a permit. Said plan review fee shall be sixty-five (65) percent of the building permit fee as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council. Plan review fees specified in this section are separate fees from the permit fees specified in Section 109.2.1 and are in addition to the permit fees. When submitted documents are incomplete or changed so as to require additional plan review or when the project involves deferred submittals items as defined in Section 107.3.4.1 or 107.4, an additional plan review fee shall be charged as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(7) Chapter 1, Section 109.3, Building permit valuations, is adopted in its entirety and amended with the addition of a second paragraph as follows:

In order to establish a building permit valuation the division of building safety shall use square foot construction cost figures listed in the annual August/September building valuation data table printed in the Building Safety Journal published by the International Code Council. Square foot cost figures shall be used for all occupancy classifications and type of construction included in the published table. For types of work not included in the published table the valuation shall be determined by the building official.

(8) Chapter 1, Section 109.4, Work commencing before permit issuance, is hereby amended by adding the following:

Any person who allows and/or commences any work on a building, structure, fire system, electrical system, gas system, mechanical system, or plumbing system before obtaining the necessary permit(s) as required in the International Building Code, International Fire Code, or applicable referenced codes shall be subject to a special investigation. A special investigation fee, in addition to the permit fee, shall be collected whether or not a permit is then or subsequently issued. The investigation fee shall be two (2) times the amount of the permit fee set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council for the first offense in any twelve (12) month period. For the second offense in any twelve (12) month period, the investigation fee shall be three (3) times the amount of the permit fee set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council. For the third offense in any twelve (12) month period, the investigation fee shall be four (4) times the amount of the permit fee set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council. Subsequent offenses shall be referred to prosecution, as set forth in Section 114.4 Violation Penalties.

(9) Chapter 1, Section 109.7, is hereby amended by adding the following:

109.7 Special accessibility fees, such as for removing barriers in existing buildings and installing energy efficiency upgrades, shall be set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(10) Chapter 1, Section 113, is hereby amended to read as follows:

(1) In order to hear and decide appeals of written orders or decisions made by the building official relative to the application of this code and the other codes adopted by the city, as set forth in section 10-1 of the Lewiston City Code, or written orders or decisions made by the fire marshal relative to the application of the International Fire Code, as adopted by the city, there shall be and is hereby created a code board of appeals.

Members of the code board of appeals shall be appointed in accordance with Chapter 2, Article XIII of the Lewiston City Code. A majority of the appointed members of the code board of appeals shall constitute a quorum for all meetings of the code board of appeals. The building official shall act as secretary of the code board of appeals.

The code board of appeals shall consist of seven (7) members who are qualified by experience and training to pass upon matters pertaining to building construction, hazards of fire, explosions, hazardous conditions, and/or fire protection systems. Employees of the city shall not be appointed members of the code board of appeals. The fire marshal shall be ex officio member of the code board of appeals, but shall not be a voting member.

(2) The code board of appeals shall have no authority relative to the interpretation of the administrative provisions of the codes under its jurisdiction, nor shall the code board of appeals be empowered to waive the requirements of any code, nor shall the code board of appeals supersede authority specifically granted or assigned to the fire chief.

(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (2) above, on an appeal brought to the code board of appeals, the code board of appeals may exercise any and all discretionary powers in consideration of alternate methods of compliance when that discretion is specifically granted to the building official by the codes adopted by the city.

(4) A person aggrieved by a written order or decision made by the building official or the fire marshal may appeal such written order or decision to the code board of appeals by filing a written notice of appeal with the building official or the fire marshal, as applicable within thirty (30) days of receipt of the building official’s or fire marshal’s written order or decision. A notice of appeal of the building official’s or fire marshal’s written order or decision shall be made on a form prescribed by the building official or fire marshal, as applicable. Such forms may be obtained from the Community Development Department or Lewiston Fire Department.

The notice of appeal shall specify the grounds for appeal. An application for appeal of the fire marshal’s or building official’s written order or decision shall be based on a claim that the intent of the applicable code or the rules legally adopted thereunder have been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of the applicable code do not fully apply, or an equivalent method of construction, protection, or safety is proposed.

The code board of appeals shall hold a hearing on the appeal within twenty (20) calendar days of receipt of the notice of appeal. The appellant shall have the right to be represented by legal counsel at the hearing and rebut any evidence that is submitted. The formal rules of evidence shall not apply. The code board of appeals shall issue a written decision on the appeal within fifteen (15) calendar days after the hearing, and such decision shall be final.

An appeal (other than an appeal of an emergency order) shall stay the enforcement of the written order until the appeal is heard and a decision is rendered.

A person aggrieved by a final decision of the code board of appeals is entitled to judicial review only as provided by law.

(11) Chapter 1, Section 114.4, Violation, penalties, is hereby amended to read as follows:

114.4 Violation, penalties. Any person who violates a provision of the applicable code, or fails to comply with any of the requirements thereof, shall be subject to the penalties set forth in Section 1-7 of the Lewiston City Code.

(12) Chapter 16, Section 1612.3. Insert: “City of Lewiston” and “July 20, 1981.”

(13) Chapter 17, Section 1705.17, is hereby amended to read as follows:

1705.17 Fire-resistant penetrations and joints. In high-rise buildings, in buildings with more than four (4) dwelling units, in buildings with mixed occupancy containing dwelling units, or in buildings assigned to Risk Category III or IV, special inspections for through-penetrations, membrane penetration firestops, fire-resistant joint systems, and perimeter fire barrier systems that are tested and listed in accordance with Sections 714.3.1.2, 714.4.2, 715.3, and 715.4 shall be in accordance with Section 1705.17.1 or 1705.17.2.

(Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 2, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 1, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 3, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-3. International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) – Amendments.

The IECC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section C109, is deleted and repealed in its entirety. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 3, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4707, § 4, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-4. International Mechanical Code (IMC) – Amendments.

The IMC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section 106.5.1, is deleted and repealed in its entirety and replaced with IBC Section 109.4 (Work commencing before permit issuance).

(3) Chapter 1, Section 106.5.2. Insert:

Permit fees. A fee for each permit shall be paid as required, as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(4) Chapter 1, Section 106.5.3.2. Insert: 80.

(5) Chapter 1, Section 106.5.3.3. Insert: 80.

(6) Chapter 1, Section 109, is deleted and repealed in its entirety. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 4, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 2, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 5, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-5. International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC) – Amendments.

The IFGC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section 106.6.1, is deleted and repealed in its entirety and replaced with IBC Section 109.4 (Work commencing before permit issuance).

(3) Chapter 1, Section 106.5.2. Insert:

Permit fees. A fee for each permit shall be paid as required, as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(4) Chapter 1, Section 106.6.3.2. Insert: 80.

(5) Chapter 1, Section 106.6.3.3. Insert: 80.

(6) Chapter 1, Section 109, is deleted and repealed in its entirety. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 5, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 3, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 6, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-6. Idaho State Plumbing Code (ISPC) – Amendments.

The ISPC, compiled by International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Section 104.5, Fees, of the ISPC is hereby amended to read as follows:

Permit fees. A fee for each permit shall be paid as required, as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(2) Section 104.5.2 is deleted and repealed in its entirety and replaced with IBC Section 109.4 (Work commencing before permit issuance). (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 6, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 4, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 7, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-7. National Electrical Code (NEC) – Amendments.

The NEC and Annex H, compiled by the NFPA, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Annex H, Section 80.15, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(2) Annex H, Section 80.23, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(3) Annex H, Section 80.27, is deleted and repealed in its entirety and replaced with Idaho Code, Title 54, Chapter 10. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 7, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4707, § 8, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-8. International Existing Building Code (IEBC) – Amendments.

The IEBC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section 112, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(3) Chapter 14, Section 1401.2. Insert: April 22, 1935. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 8, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4707, § 9, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-9. International Residential Code – Amendments.

The International Residential Code, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section R105.2, Work exempt from permit, is hereby amended by adding new Section R105.2.11 as follows:

11. Permits shall not be required for replacement of siding, roof coverings or residential doors. It remains the owner and contractor’s responsibility to ensure all code requirements are met. Inspection of siding, roof coverings and residential doors may be requested and shall be charged at the hourly rate for inspections.

(3) Chapter 1, Section R108, is hereby amended by adding a new section to be designated as Section R108.2.1 to read as follows:

R108.2.1 Plan review fee.

1. When submittal documents are required by Section 106.1, a plan review fee shall be paid upon application for a permit. Said plan review fee shall be sixty-five (65) percent of the building permit fee as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council. Plan review fees specified in this section are separate fees from the permit fees specified in Section 108.2 and are in addition to the permit fees. When submittal documents are incomplete or changed so as to require additional plan review an additional plan review fee shall be charged as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

2. Where duplicate plans are submitted for work which has been previously reviewed and approved by the City Building Official, and plans remain unchanged, with the exception of a site plan, the plans may be considered as standard plans requiring payment of a plan review fee equal to one-half (1/2) of the full plan review fee. However, the full plan review fee shall be required for any standard plan which is changed or altered or upon adoption of a more current edition of the International Building Code.

(4) Chapter 1, Section R108.3, Building permit valuations, is adopted in its entirety and amended with the addition of a second paragraph as follows:

In order to establish a building permit valuation the division of building safety shall use square foot construction cost figures listed in the annual August/September building valuation data table printed in the Building Safety Journal published by the International Code Council. Square foot cost figures shall be used for all occupancy classifications and type of construction included in the published table. For types of work not included in the published table the valuation shall be determined by the building official.

(5) Chapter 1, Section R112.1, General, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(6) Chapter 1, Section R112.3, Qualifications, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(7) Chapter 3, Table R301.2(1), is amended as follows:

“Ground Snow Load is 30 psf” to be annotated with “Roof Snow Load is 25 psf.”

“Wind Speed” to be annotated with “115.”

“Seismic Design Category” to be annotated with “B.”

“Weathering” to be annotated with “Severe.”

“Frost line depth” to be annotated with “24 inches.”

“Termite” to be annotated with “S to M.”

“Decay” to be annotated with “None to Slight.”

“Winter Design Temp” to be annotated with “6 degrees Fahrenheit.”

“Ice Shield Underlayment Required” to be annotated with “No.”

Table block titled, “Flood Hazards” to be annotated with “Floodplain Ordinance 4579 effective 09-10-2012, and FIRM maps as currently adopted.”

“Air Freezing Index” to be annotated with “800.”

“Mean Annual Temp” to be annotated with “53 degrees Fahrenheit.” (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 9, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 5, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 10, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-10. International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) – Amendments.

The IPMC, compiled by the International Code Council including Appendix A, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Section 102.3 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

102.3 Application of other codes. Repairs, additions or alterations to a structure, or changes of occupancy, shall be done in accordance with the procedures and provisions of the International Building Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, Idaho State Plumbing Code and NFPA 70. Nothing in this code shall be construed to cancel, modify or set aside any provision of the City of Lewiston Zoning Code.

(3) Section 103.2, Appointment, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(4) Section 106.4, Violation penalties, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(5) Section 107.3, Method of service, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(6) Delete from the IPMC all references of the word “clean.”

(7) Section 302.3, Sidewalks and driveways, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(8) Section 302.4, Weeds, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(9) Section 302.8, Motor vehicles, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(10) Section 303.2 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

303.2 Enclosures. Shall comply with the IBC or IRC as required.

(11) Section 304.14, Insect screens, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(12) Section 502.5 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

502.5 Public toilet facilities. Public toilet facilities shall be maintained in a safe sanitary and working condition in accordance with the Idaho State Plumbing Code. Except for periodic maintenance or cleaning, public access and use shall be provided to the toilet facilities at all times during occupancy of the premises.

(13) Section 505.1 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

505.1 General. Every sink, lavatory, bathtub or shower, drinking fountain, water closet or other plumbing fixture shall be properly connected to either a public water system or to an approved private water system. All kitchen sinks, lavatories, laundry facilities, bathtubs and showers shall be supplied with hot or tempered and cold running water in accordance with the Idaho State Plumbing Code.

(14) Section 602.2 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

602.2 Residential occupancies. Dwellings shall be provided with heating facilities capable of maintaining a room temperature of 68°F (20°C) in all habitable rooms, bathrooms and toilet rooms. Cooking appliances shall not be used to provide space heating to meet the requirements of this section.

Exception: In areas where the average monthly temperature is above 30°F (-1°C), a minimum temperature of 65°F (18°C) shall be maintained.

(15) Section 602.3 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

602.3 Heat supply. Every owner and operator of any building who rents, leases or lets one or more dwelling units or sleeping units on terms, either expressed or implied, to furnish heat to the occupants thereof shall supply heat to maintain a temperature of not less than 68°F (20°C) in all habitable rooms, bathrooms and toilet rooms.

(16) Section 602.4 of the IPMC is hereby amended to read as follows:

602.4 Occupiable workspaces. Indoor occupiable workspaces shall be supplied with heat to maintain a temperature of not less than 65°F (18°C) during the period the spaces are occupied.

(Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 10, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4707, § 11, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-11. International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC) – Amendments.

The ISPSC, compiled by the International Code Council, adopted by section 10-1 of this code, is hereby amended as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, Section 101.1. Insert: City of Lewiston.

(2) Chapter 1, Section 105.5.1. Delete the word “Approved” and replace with “Reviewed for code compliance.”

(3) Chapter 1, Section 105.6.2. Insert:

Permit fees. A fee for each permit shall be paid as required, as set by resolution of the Lewiston City Council.

(4) Chapter 1, Section 105.6.3.2. Insert: 80.

(5) Chapter 1, Section 105.6.3.3. Insert: 80.

(6) Chapter 1, Section 107.4, is deleted and repealed in its entirety and replaced with IBC Section 114.4, pertaining to violations and penalties, and IBC Section 109.4, pertaining to work commencing before permit issuance.

(7) Chapter 1, Section 107.5, is amended to read as follows:

107.5 Stop work orders. Upon notice from the code official, work on any system that is being performed contrary to the provisions of this code or in a dangerous or unsafe manner shall immediately cease. Such notice shall be in writing and shall be given to the owner of the property, or to the owner’s authorized agent, or to the person performing the work. The notice shall state the conditions under which work is authorized to resume. Where an emergency exists, the code official shall not be required to give a written notice prior to stopping the work. Any person who shall continue any work in or about the structure after having been served with a stop work order, except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a violation or unsafe condition, shall be subject to the penalties set forth in IBC Section 114.4 and Lewiston City Code Section 1-7.

(8) Chapter 1, Section 108, is deleted and repealed in its entirety.

(Ord. No. 4707, § 12, 11-27-17)

Sec. 10-12. Reinspections.

A fee may be assessed for each stop work order inspection, requested/miscellaneous inspection, or reinspection when such portion of work for which an inspection is requested is not completed or when corrections called for are not made.

To obtain a reinspection, the applicant shall file an application on a form furnished by the city of Lewiston for that purpose and pay the reinspection fee, as set by resolution of the Lewiston city council. (Ord. No. 4557, § 2, 12-13-10; Ord. No. 4592, § 1, 1-14-13; Ord. No. 4602, § 1, 10-28-13; Ord. No. 4620, § 11, 2-23-15; Ord. No. 4684, § 6, 9-11-17; Ord. No. 4707, § 13, 11-27-17)


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Cross references – Fire protection and prevention, Ch. 15; abatement of unsanitary buildings, § 19-1; manufactured homes, manufactured home parks and tourist facilities, Ch. 23; signs, Ch. 30; public right-of-way, Ch. 31; subdivisions, Ch. 32; water and sewers, Ch. 36; zoning, Ch. 37.

Editor’s note – Ord. No. 4557, § 1, adopted Dec. 13, 2010, repealed former §§ 10-1 – 10-15 and replaced them with §§ 10-1 – 10-11. The deleted sections contained provisions relating to building codes and general building regulations. These sections derived from Ord. No. 4323, § 2, adopted Dec. 9, 2002; Ord. No. 4333, § 1, adopted Aug. 25, 2003; Ord. No. 4397, §§ 1, 3, 5 – 9, adopted Mar. 28, 2005; Ord. No. 4494, § 1, adopted Jan. 7, 2008; Ord. No. 4506, § 2, adopted May 12, 2008. Ord. No. 4323, § 1, adopted Dec. 9, 2002, repealed former §§ 10-1 – 10-30 and replaced them with §§ 10-1 – 10-14. The deleted sections contained provisions relating to building codes and general building regulations. These sections derived from 1960 Code §§ 6-3, 6-4; 6-4.2; Ord. No. 2113, §§ 1, 2; Ord. No. 3106, §§ 1 – 7, adopted Aug. 14, 1972; Ord. No. 3107, §§ 1 – 7, adopted Aug. 14, 1972; Ord. No. 3341, §§ 2, 3, 4, adopted Dec. 20, 1976; Ord. No. 3512, §§ 1, 2, 3, adopted June 16, 1980; Ord. No. 3551, § 1, adopted Nov. 10, 1980; Ord. No. 3591, § 1, adopted Sept. 14, 1981; Ord. No. 3610, §§ 1 – 4, adopted Dec. 14, 1981; Ord. No. 3638, §§ 1, 2, adopted Apr. 26, 1982; Ord. No. 3678, § 1, adopted Jan. 17, 1983; Ord. No. 3679, § 1, adopted Jan. 31, 1983; Ord. No. 3724, §§ 2 – 15, adopted Apr. 2, 1984; Ord. No. 3786, §§ 1, 3, 4, adopted Aug. 26, 1985; Ord. No. 3795, § 1, adopted Sept. 30, 1985; Ord. No. 3826, §§ 1, 2, adopted July 7, 1986; Ord. No. 3896, §§ 1, 2, adopted Feb. 1, 1988; Ord. No. 3898, §§ 1 – 4, adopted Jan. 4, 1988; Ord. No. 3935, § 1, adopted Oct. 17, 1988; Ord. No. 3941, § 1, adopted Mar. 20, 1989; Ord. No. 3944,§ § 1 – 4, adopted July 24, 1989; Ord. No. 3963, § 1, adopted Feb. 26, 1990; Ord. No. 3981, § 1, adopted Sept. 10, 1990; Ord. No. 3997, § 1, adopted Apr. 15, 1991; Ord. No. 4085, § 1, adopted May 9, 1994; Ord. No. 4046, § 1, adopted Sept. 14, 1992; Ord. No. 4053, § 1, adopted Sept. 28, 1992; Ord. No. 4054, § 1, adopted Nov. 2, 1992; Ord. No. 4082, §§ 1, 2, adopted Sept. 20, 1993; Ord. No. 4154, § 1, adopted 26, 1996; Ord. No. 4175, § 2, adopted Dec. 16, 1996; Ord. No. 4211, § 3, adopted June 15, 1998; Ord. No. 4231, §§ 1, 3, 5 – 11, adopted June 21, 1999; Ord. No. 4281, § 1, adopted Mar. 12, 2001.