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O.K., so when is this provision going to make its way into the code?

:o)

T. William (Bill) Allen, S.E.
ALLEN DESIGNS
Consulting Structural Engineers


> Also in my opinion there would be no benefit to doing a 3-D finite element
> model for 1600 square foot two story snoopy house with 2' simpson strong
> wall
> garage front piers and if a plan reviewer makes you do one then they
> should
> be smothered in honey and thrown on an ant hill.


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