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The code was so old I went to the top of the domain, just to make sure I didn't find an archived version. Many government pages are like this, in my experience. The only ones that really get attention are the ones which are somehow linked to the offices of political candidates (and include their smiling faces somewhere on the page).

I wouldn't trust the info on that site, which is why I suggested a call to the bldg official. 1993 BOCA? And I though VA was behind when they still used 1996 BOCA back in 2002.

At 10:21 AM 12/13/2004 -0600, you wrote:
Jordan Truesdell, PE wrote:

The simple answer to your question is...Ask the local building official.


The long answer is:

A two minute google will reveal the following link:

http://www.mass.gov/bbrs/code.htm

Apropos of nothing, I am surprised at the "amateurish" appearance of that "MASS.GOV" website! It looks like it was put together ca. 1997 by someone who had a rudimentary knowledge of HTML authoring, and has not been updated (other than content) since that time!

Really hard to read with those "speckles" all over the screen.

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