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WE ARE GRATEFUL! DO YOU THINK THE NEXT ONE WILL TAKE 3 YEARS ALSO?





At 08:44 AM 1/27/97 -0800, Hector Buitrago wrote:
>THE AMMENDMENTS HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN A CITY ORDINANCE.
>THE CODE (OR ANY OTHER LAW) IS NOT ENFORCEABLE BY THE CITY
>UNLESS APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL AS AN ORDINANCE. ALL
>ORDINANCES ARE PUBLISHED AND THIS ONE WAS NO EXCEPTION.
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>THE PRINTED VERSION OF THE ENTIRE CODE WILL BE AVAILABLE
>SHORTLY IN TECHNICAL BOOKSTORES.
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>>>> David Owens <dtowens(--nospam--at)cogent.net> 01/23/97 05:58pm >>>
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>A call to ICBO reveals no such code amendment to the 1994 UBC. A City
>cannot
>have amendments until they are published.
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>>Mr Owens is mistaken. The City has adopted several changes to the
>>UBC. I don't know where Mr Owens works but he is not in Building and
>>Safety. For the most reliable way to information about how to get
>>access to the changes please contact:
>>Tim McCormick at  tmccormi(--nospam--at)bas.ci.la.ca.us    OR,
>>Steve Ikkanda at sikkanda(--nospam--at)bas.ci.la.ca.us
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>>The memo that Owens referres to has undergone many changes and
>>has been issued (revised) several times but now it is part of the Code
>>amendments.
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