The Electrical Code Advisory Board of Appeals recommends to the City Council any new regulations and/or changes to the Electrical Code; establishes standards and procedures for the certification of plant maintenance electricians and authorize certificates of registration to persons meeting the qualifications for certification established by the Board; interprets the provisions of the Electrical Code where necessary; adopts reasonable rules and regulations for conducting investigations; and disciplines (restricts, revokes or temporarily suspends) certified maintenance electricians for cause.
The Electrical Code Advisory Board of Appeals consists of seven (7) members, who are qualified by experience and training to pass upon matters pertaining to the technical provisions of the Electrical Code. One member shall be an architect registered in the State; one member shall be an electrical engineer registered in the State; one member shall be an electrical contractor; one member shall be a representative of an electrical utility; one member shall be a representative of the City Fire Department or a fire protection consultant; one member shall be an electrician, actively engaged in electrical wiring; one member shall be a maintenance electrician who holds a valid certificate of registration issued by the City. The Community Development Director or a designated employee of the Community Development Department shall be an ex officio and nonvoting member and shall act as secretary to the Board. Terms of service are for three years. The Board shall hold one regular meeting every three (3) months when there is pending business. Special meetings may be called by the Community Development Director or at the request of the chairman or any three (3) members. (City Code, Chapter 8, Article I, Section 8-110.3.2)
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