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     I have watched the development of the codes for many years. (I still 
     have my '76 UBC).  I accept the fact that as our knowledge of 
     structures expands, so will the code provisions.  I see provisions in 
     the '97 UBC that are clearer and less ambiguous than in the older 
     codes.  I think the process is going in the right direction.  We need 
     to keep learning to be functional in this or any other profession.  I 
     for one appreciate the work done by the code developers. 
     Ed Haninger
     Fluor Daniel

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Subject: RE: Seismic / building code
Author:  Harold Sprague <harold.sprague(--nospam--at)> at fdinet
Date:    4/1/99 11:57 PM

Fellow engineers,
When I acknowledge that I am part of the code development process, I feel 
like I am about to be tarred and feathered.
I for one am impressed by my colleagues who take the time to volunteer their 
efforts to get involved in building code development.
     The engineers that get involved are mos........<snip>