State Sen. ELizabeth Little, R-Queensbury, is regarded as a “building code up date champion,” said Dottie Harris, vice president of International Code Council.
Harris praised Little for adding a provision to this year’s state budget to provide $700,000 for preparing, printing, and providing local governments with new Uniform Code Enforcement books.
International Code Council is part of the newly formed “Build Safe NY Alliance,” a coalition of construction, insurance and fire fighting organizations pushing for the state up adopt the 2015 version of the International Code Council’s model building code, with no modifications.
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The state currently operates under the 2006 version, adopted in 2010.
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