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I could not agree more!

Seaintonln(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 7/31/99 3:28:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> rjbossi(--nospam--at)sonic.net writes:
>
> << They cannot.  If a city declines (or fails) to adopt a Model Code, state
> law
>  provides that it is still in full force and effect in that city as if it had
> been
>  adopted.  Code adoption is always at the state level.  Cities may only amend
>  based on local climate, topography or geology to make the Model Code MORE
>  RESTRICTIVE.  Less restrictive amendments are never permitted for any reason.
>  The 1997 UBC is the legal minimum in California.
>
>  Bob >>
>
> Thanks Bob, this supports the rest of my post as this is what I thought as
> well. I still think the best approach for the moment is to shake up the
> Seismology committee to be more responsive to our needs.
>
> Dennis
>