City of Camdenton, MO
Camden County
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Ordinance 2557-15
Created: 2015-12-30
Amend Title V: Building Code; Chapter 500: Building Code; Section 500.040: Definitions; Section 500.050: Penalties and Appeals;  Chapter505: Fire Prevention Code; Section 505.020 Definitions; and Section 505.050: Penalties and Appeals
ORDINANCE 2574-16
Created: 2016-06-24|Updated: 2016-06-24

Amend Code, Title V: Building Code; Chapter 500: Building Code; Section 500.050: Penalties and Appeals; Chapter 505: Fire Prevention Code; Section 505.050 Penalties and Appeals and adding New Chapter 501: Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals 


Ordinance 2577-16
Created: 2016-06-24|Updated: 2016-06-24
Amending Title V: Building Code; Chapter 500: Building code; Section 500.030H: Additions, Insertions, Changes and Deletions: The National Electric Code 2011
Editor's Note — Ord. no. 2124-06 §1, adopted June 6, 2006, repealed ch. 500 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 500 derived from CC 1984 §§42.320, 45.010 — 45.030; ord. no. 1004-84 §1, 10-16-1984; ord. no. 1046-85 §2, 7-2-1985; ord. no. 1345-90 §1, 12-4-1990; ord. no. 1413-92 §1, 2-18-1992; ord. no. 1478-93 §1, 4-6-1993; ord. no. 1654-97 §1, 4-1-1997; ord. no. 1723-98 §1, 12-1-1998; ord. no. 1731-99 §1, 2-2-1999; ord. no. 1749-99 §1, 5-4-1999; ord. no. 1756-99 §1, 7-20-1999; ord. no. 1797-00 §1, 8-15-2000; ord. no. 1848-01, 9-18-2001.

Section 500.010 Purpose.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013]
This Chapter establishes minimum regulations governing the design, construction, alteration, enlargement, repair, demolition, removal, maintenance and use of all buildings and structures; providing for the issuance of permits, collection of fees, making of inspections; providing penalties for the violation thereof; known as "The Building Code".

Section 500.020 Adoption of Building Codes.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2133-06 §1, 7-18-2006; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013]
The following Building Codes, two (2) copies of which are on file at the City Hall and Fire Department, are adopted by the City of Camdenton, Missouri, for the control of buildings and structures as herein provided; and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of said international codes are hereby referred to, adopted and made part of, as if fully set out in the Chapter, with the additions, insertions, deletions and changes, if any, prescribed in Section 500.030 of this Chapter:
500.20.3
International Property Maintenance Code 2012
500.20.1
International Building Code 2012 and Appendix C Group U — Agricultural Buildings
500.20.2
International Residential Code 2012, Appendix G Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs and Appendix H Patio Covers
500.20.4
International Plumbing Code 2012
500.20.5
International Mechanical Code 2012
500.20.6
International Existing Building Code 2012
500.20.7
International Fuel Gas Code 2012
500.20.8
National Electric Code 2011

Section 500.030 Additions, Insertions, Changes and Deletions.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2397-11 §1, 3-1-2011; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013]
A. 
The International Building Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton.
2. 
Section 105.2. Work exempt from permit. Delete: Building: 1 and 2.
3. 
Section 107.1. Delete text in its entirety and insert: Section 107.1 General. Construction documents, statement of special inspections and other data shall be submitted in three (3) sets, including a code summary sheet, civil, foundation, structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, accessibility and fire suppression (if required by occupancy group) with each permit application. The construction documents shall be prepared by a registered design professional. Where special conditions exist, the building official is authorized to require additional construction documents to be prepared by a registered design professional.
Exceptions:
1. 
A registered design professional is not required for a single-family dwelling, a town house, a multiple-family dwelling house, flat or apartment containing not more than two families, a commercial structure containing less than twenty thousand cubic feet (20,000 cu. ft.) or a structure used exclusively for farm purposes.
2. 
The building official is authorized to waive the submission of construction documents and other data not required to be prepared by a registered design professional if it is found that the nature of the work applied for is such that review of construction documents is not necessary to obtain compliance with this code.
4. 
Section 308.4.1. Five or fewer persons receiving care. Delete text: ". or shall comply with the International Residential Code provided an automatic sprinkler system is installed in accordance with Section 903.3.1.3 or with Section P2904 of the International Residential Code."
5. 
Section 1612.3. Establishment of flood hazard areas. Insert: the City of Camdenton.
6. 
Section 1612.3. Insert: June 16, 2011.
7. 
Chapter 27 Electrical. Delete in its entirety.
8. 
Chapter 28 Mechanical Systems. Delete in its entirety.
9. 
Chapter 29 Plumbing Systems. Delete in its entirety.
10. 
Chapter 34 Existing Structures. Delete in its entirety.
B. 
The International Residential Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section R101.1. Title. Insert: the City of Camdenton.
2. 
Table 101.2. Scope. Delete: Exceptions: 1 and 2.
3. 
Section 105.2. Work exempt from permit. Delete: "Building: 1, 2, and 10."
4. 
Table R301.2.(1). Climatic and Geographic Design Criteria Insert: Ground Snow Load: 20 psf, Wind Speed: 90 mph, Topographic Effects: No, Seismic Design Category: B, Weathering: Severe, Frost Line Depth: 24 inches, Termite: Moderate to Heavy, Winter Design Temp: 7 degrees F, Ice Barrier Underlayment: None, Flood Hazards: 6/21/11, Air Freezing Index: 593, Mean Annual Temp: 57.2 degrees F.
5. 
Section 302.2. Town houses. Delete: Exception: A common 1 hour fire-resistance-rated wall assembly tested in accordance with ASTM E 119 or UL 263 is permitted for town houses if such walls do not contain plumbing or mechanical equipment, ducts or vents in the cavity of the common wall. The wall shall be rated for fire exposure from both sides and shall extend to and be tight against exterior walls and the underside of the roof sheathing. Electrical installations shall be installed in accordance with Chapters 34 through 43. Penetrations of electrical outlet boxes shall be in accordance with Section R302.4. Insert: Exception: A common 2 hour fire- resistance-rated wall is permitted for town houses if such walls do not contain plumbing or mechanical equipment, ducts or vents in the cavity of the common wall. Electrical installations shall be installed in accordance with Chapters 34 through 43. Penetrations of electrical outlet boxes shall be in accordance with Section R302.4.
6. 
Table R302.6. Dwelling/Garage Separation. Delete: "Not less than ½ inch gypsum board or equivalent applied to the garage side." Insert: Not less than ⅝ inch "X" type gypsum board applied to the garage side. Delete: "Not less than ½ inch gypsum board or equivalent." Insert: Not less than ⅝ inch "X" type gypsum board or equivalent. Delete: "Not less than ½ inch gypsum board or equivalent applied to the interior side of exterior walls that are within this area." Insert: Not less than ⅝ inch "X" type gypsum board applied to the interior side of the exterior walls that are within this area.
7. 
Section R303.4. Mechanical ventilation. Delete text in its entirety and insert: In dwellings of unusually tight construction such as the use of insulated concrete forms or structural insulated panels, the dwelling shall be provided with whole-house ventilation in accordance with M1507.3.
8. 
Section R310. Emergency Escape and Rescue Openings Insert: Section R310.1.5 Closets: Any of the rooms i.e. den, office, exercise room, library, bonus room shall have an egress window and a smoke detector.
Exception: Any of the rooms, i.e. den, office, exercise room, library, bonus room that does not have an egress window shall not be allowed to have any type of closet or alcove, but still shall have a smoke detector.
9. 
Section R312.1. Guards. Insert: R312.1.5 Required guards shall not be constructed with horizontal rails or other ornamental pattern that results in a ladder effect.
10. 
Section R313.1. Town house automatic fire sprinkler systems. Delete: ".shall be installed in town houses." Insert: ...may be installed in town houses per State of Missouri RSMo. 67.281.
11. 
Section R313.2 One- and two-family dwellings automatic fire systems. Delete: ".shall be installed in one- and two-family dwellings." Insert: ...may be installed in one- and two-family dwellings per State of Missouri RSMo. 67.281.
12. 
Section R507.2.3 Deck lateral load connections. Addition: Section R507.2.3.1 Existing decks. Replacement of an existing deck, for a deck one story high as defined in Chapter 2 of this code, shall not be required to meet this requirement if the ceiling of the first floor or basement is all ready finished.
13. 
Chapter 11 Energy Efficiency. Delete in its entirety and insert: Chapter 11 Energy Efficiency of the 2006 International Residential Code.
14. 
Section M1306.1 Appliance clearance. Insert: M1306.1.1 Fuel-gas firebox. The firebox walls and ceiling of fuel-gas appliances shall be lined with ⅝ inch X type drywall. Seams shall be tight or shall be sealed with tape and joint compound or approved fire caulking.
15. 
Section M1306.2.1 Solid-fuel appliances. Insert: M1306.2.1.1 Solid-fuel firebox and shaft. The fire box walls and chimney/flue shaft shall be lined with ⅝ inch X type drywall to the height of the roof sheathing/deck. Seams shall be tight or shall be sealed with tape and joint compound or approved fire caulking.
16. 
Section M1502.4.2 Duct Installation. Delete text in its entirety and insert: Exhaust ducts shall be supported at intervals not to exceed 4 feet and shall be secured in place. The insert end of the duct shall extend into the adjoining duct or fitting in the direction of airflow. Exhaust duct joints shall be sealed in accordance with Section M1601.4.1.
17. 
Section P2603.5.1 Sewer depth. Insert: 12 inches.
18. 
Section E3601.6.2 Service disconnect location. Delete in its entirety and insert: The service disconnecting means shall be installed at a readily accessible location outside of every building and structure. Building or structure remodels will require an outside disconnect as set forth in this text unless the code official or his designee exempts it from the requirement. Each occupant shall have access to the disconnect serving the building, structure or space they occupy.
C. 
The International Property Maintenance Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton
2. 
Section 103.5. Delete in its entirety.
3. 
Section 302.4. Insert: 12 inches
4. 
Section 304.14. Insert: May 1st to October 1st
5. 
Section 602.3. Insert: October 1st to May 1st
6. 
Section 602.4. Insert: October 1st to May 1st
D. 
The International Plumbing Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton
2. 
Section 106.6.2. Insert: as determined by City Code Section 500.070 Permit Fees.
3. 
Section 106.6.3. Delete in its entirety.
4. 
Section 108.4. Delete: "shall be guilty of a [SPECIFY OFFENSE], punishable by a fine of not more than [AMOUNT] dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding [NUMBER OF DAYS], or both fine and imprisonment."
Insert: shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
5. 
Section 108.5. Delete: "shall be liable to a fine of not less than [AMOUNT] dollars or more than [AMOUNT] dollars."
Insert: shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
6. 
Section 305.4.1. Insert: twelve (12) inches
7. 
Section 903.1. Insert: six (6) inches
E. 
The International Mechanical Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton
2. 
Section 106.5.2. Insert: ...as determined by City Code Section 500.070 Permit Fees.
3. 
Section 106.5.3. Delete in its entirety.
4. 
Section 108.4. Delete: "shall be guilty of a [SPECIFY OFFENSE], punishable by a fine of not more than [AMOUNT] dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding [NUMBER OF DAYS], or both such fine and imprisonment."
Insert: ...shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
5. 
Section 108.5. Delete: "shall be liable to a fine of not less than [AMOUNT] dollars or more than [AMOUNT] dollars."
Insert: ...shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
6. 
Section 308.7 Solid fuel-burning appliances. Insert: Section 308.7.1 Solid-fuel firebox and shaft. Solid-fuel firebox walls and chimney/flue shafts shall be lined with ⅝ inch X type drywall to the height of the roof sheathing/deck. Seams shall be tight or shall be sealed with tape and joint compound or approved fire caulking.
F. 
The International Existing Building Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton
2. 
Section 1401.2. Insert: July 1, 2013
G. 
The International Fuel Gas Code 2012 is hereby revised:
1. 
Section 101.1. Insert: the City of Camdenton
2. 
Section 106.6.2. Insert: as determined by City Code Section 500.070 Permit Fees.
3. 
Section 106.6.3. Delete in its entirety.
4. 
Section 108.4. Delete: "shall be guilty of a [SPECIFY OFFENSE], punishable by a fine of not more than [AMOUNT] dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding [NUMBER OF DAYS], or both such fine and imprisonment."
Insert: ...shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
5. 
Section 108.5. Delete: "shall be liable to a fine of not less than [AMOUNT] dollars or more than [AMOUNT] dollars."
Insert: ...shall be liable for fines as established in City Code Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.
6. 
Section 308.1 Scope. Insert: Section 308.1.1 Fuel-gas firebox. The firebox walls and ceiling of fuel-gas appliances shall be lined with ⅝ inch X type drywall. Seams shall be tight or shall be sealed with tape and joint compound or approved fire caulking.
H. 
The National Electric Code 2011 is hereby revised:
1. 
Article 230.70 (A) (1) Delete in its entirety and insert: 230.70 (A) (1) Readily Accessible Location. The service disconnect means shall be installed outside of every building and structure. Building or structure remodels will require an outside disconnect as set forth in this text unless the Code Official or his designee exempts it from the requirement. Each occupant shall have access to the disconnect serving the building, structure or space they occupy.
2. 
Article 404.8 (A) Delete the measurement of 6 feet 7 inches and insert: 66 inches (5 feet 6 inches).
3. 
Article 553.1 Scope. Delete in its entirety and insert: This article covers wiring, services, feeders, and grounding of floating buildings and private, non-commercial docking facilities constructed or occupied for the use of the owner or residents of the associated single- or two-family dwellings.
4. 
Article 553.2 Definition. Addition: FPN: A private, non-commercial docking facilities constructed or occupied for use of the owner or residents or associated single- or two-family dwelling is considered a floating building.
5. 
Article 553.4 Location of Service Equipment. Insert at end of text: The installation of a main overcurrent protective device having a ground fault protection not exceeding 100mA shall not negate the requirements of Article 553.16 (A) and 553.16 (B)(1). Addition: FPN: The service equipment shall be at or within 6 feet of the dock ramp.
6. 
Addition: Part IV Electrical Equipment.
Article 553.12 Electrical Equipment Enclosures
(A) Securing and Supporting. Electrical equipment enclosures installed on above deck level shall be securely and substantially supported by structural members, independent of any conduit connected to them. If enclosures are not attached to mounting surfaces by means of external ears or lugs, the internal screw heads shall be sealed to prevent seepage of water through mounting holes.
(B) Locations. Electrical equipment shall be located so as not to interfere with mooring lines.
(C) Weep Holes. Weatherproof enclosures are allowed to have "weep holes".
Article 553.13 Circuit Breakers, Switches, Panelboards and Marine Power Outlets. Circuit breakers and switches installed in gasketed enclosures shall be arranged to permit required manual operation without exposing the interior of the enclosure. All such enclosures shall be arranged with a weep hole to discharge condensation.
Article 553.14 Wiring Methods and Installation.
All installations below 8 feet will be considered a wet location. All installations above 8 feet will be considered damp location.
(A) Wiring Methods.
(1) General. Wiring methods of Chapter 3 shall be permitted where identified for use in wet locations.
(2) Portable Power Cables. Extra-hard usage portable power cables not rated less than 167 degrees F (75 C), 600 volts; listed for both wet locations and sunlight resistance; and having an outer jacket rated to be resistant to temperature extremes, oil, gasoline, ozone, abrasion, acids and chemicals shall be permitted as follows:
a. As permanent wiring on the underside of piers and docks (floating or fixed).
b. Where flexibility is necessary as on piers and docks composed of floating sections.
(B) Installation.
(1) Overhead Wiring. Overhead wiring shall be installed to avoid possible contact with masts, other parts of boats or any land vehicle.
(2) Outside Branch Circuits and Feeders. Outside branch circuits and feeders shall comply with Article 225.
(3) Wiring Over and Under Navigable Water. Wiring over and under navigable water shall be subject to approval by authority having jurisdiction.
FPN: See NFPA 303-2000, Fire Protection Standard for Marinas and Boatyards, for warning sign requirements.
(4) Portable Power Cables.
Where portable power cables are permitted by 553.14 (A)(2), the installation shall comply with the following:
(a) Cables shall be properly supported.
(b) Cables shall be located on the underside of the dock or pier.
(c) Cables shall be securely fastened by non-metallic clips to structural members other than the dock planking.
(d) Cables shall not be installed where subject to physical damage.
(e) Where cables pass through structural members, they shall be protected against chafing by a permanently installed oversized sleeve of non-metallic material.
(1) Where portable power cables are used as 553.14 (A)(2)(b), there shall be an approved junction box of corrosion-resistant construction with permanently installed terminal blocks on each pier and dock section to which the feeder and feeder extensions are to be connected. Metal junction boxes and their covers, and metal screws and parts that are exposed externally to the boxes, shall be of corrosion-resistant materials or protected by material resistant to corrosion.
(5) Protection. Rigid metal or non-metallic conduit suitable for the location shall be installed to protect wiring above decks of piers, docks and landing stages and below the enclosure that it serves. The conduit shall be connected to the enclosure by full standard threads. The use of special fittings of non-metallic material to provide a threaded connection into enclosures on rigid non-metallic conduit, employing joint design as recommended by the conduit manufacturer, for attachment of the fitting to the conduit shall be acceptable, provided the equipment and method of attachment are approved and the assembly meets the requirements of installation in damp or wet locations as applicable.
Article 553.15 Disconnecting Means for Shore Power Connection(s). Disconnecting means shall be provided to isolate each boat from its supply connection(s).
(A) Type. The disconnecting means shall be permitted to consist of a circuit breaker, switch, or both and shall be properly identified as to which receptacle it controls.
(B) Location. The disconnecting means shall be readily accessible, located not more than 30 inches from the receptacle it controls, and shall be located in the supply circuit ahead of the receptacle. Circuit breakers or switches located in marine power outlets complying with this section shall be permitted as the disconnecting means.
Article 553.16 Receptacles.
Receptacles shall be mounted not less than 36 inches above the deck surface. The receptacles may be lower only by Code Official approval and not within 12 inches of the electrical datum plane.
(A) 
Shore Power Receptacles. All shore power receptacles shall be GFCI protected (Ground Fault Circuit-Interrupter) with a Class A GFCI device.
(1) 
Enclosures. Receptacles intended to supply shore power to boats shall be housed in marine power outlets listed as marine power outlets or listed for wet locations or shall be installed in listed enclosures protected from the weather or in listed weatherproof enclosures.
(2) 
Strain Relief. Means shall be provided where necessary to reduce the strain on the plug and receptacle caused by the weight and catenary angle of the shore power cord.
(3) 
Branch Circuits. Each single receptacle that supplies shore power to boats shall be supplied from a marine power outlet or panelboard by an individual branch circuit of the voltage class and rating corresponding to the rating of the receptacle.
(4) 
Ratings. Shore power for boats shall be provided by a single receptacle rated not less than 30 amperes.
FPN: For Locking- and Grounding-type receptacles for auxiliary power to boats, see NFPA 303-2000, Fire Protection for Marinas and Boatyards.
(a) 
Receptacles rated not less than 30 amperes or more than 50 amperes shall be of the locking and grounding type.
FPN: For various configurations and ratings of locking and grounding-type receptacles and caps, see ANSI/NEW A 18WD 6-1989, National Electrical Manufacturers Association's Standard for Dimensions of Attachment Plugs and Receptacles.
(b) 
Receptacles rated for 60 amperes or 100 amperes shall be of the pin and sleeve type.
FPN: For various configurations and ratings of pin and sleeve receptacles, see ANSI/UL 1686, UL Standard for Safety Pin and Sleeve Configurations.
(B) 
Other Than Shore Power.
(1) 
Ground-Fault Circuit — Interrupter (GFCI) Protection for Personnel. Fifteen and twenty ampere, single phase, 125-volt receptacles installed outdoors, in boathouses, in buildings used for storage, maintenance or repair where portable electrical hand tools or portable lighting equipment are to be used shall be provided with GFCI protection for personnel (Class A GFCI device). Receptacles in other locations shall be protected in accordance with Article 210.8 (B).
(2) 
Marking. Receptacles other than those supplying shore power to boats shall be permitted to be housed in marine power outlets with the receptacle that provides shore power to boats, provided that they are marked to clearly indicate that they are not to be used to supply power to boats.
Article 553.17 Temporary Wiring. Temporary wiring shall not be used to supply power to boats or docks.
7. 
Article 555.3 Ground-Fault Protection. Insert at end of text: The installation of a main overcurrent protective device having a ground fault protection not exceeding 100mA shall not negate the requirements of Article 555.19 and 555.19 (A).
8. 
Article 555.7 Location of Service Equipment. Addition: FPN: The service equipment shall be at or within 6 feet of the dock ramp.
9. 
Article 555.9 Electrical Connections. Delete in its entirety and insert: All electrical connections shall be located at least 36 inches above the deck of a floating pier, pier or dock. The receptacle may be lower only by Code Official's approval and not within 12 inches of the electrical datum plane.
10. 
Article 555.10 Electrical Equipment Enclosures. Addition: (C) Weatherproof enclosures are allowed to have "weep holes".
11. 
Article 555.19 Receptacles. Delete: "Receptacles shall be mounted not less than 305mm (12 in.) above the deck surface of the pier and not below the electrical datum plane on a fixed pier." Insert: All receptacles shall be Class A GFCI protected. Receptacles shall be mounted not less than 36 inches above the deck surface. The receptacles may be lower only by Code Official approval and not within 12 inches of the electrical datum plane.
(A) Shore Power Receptacles. Addition: All shore power receptacles shall be Class A GFCI protected (Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter).

Section 500.040 Definitions.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2397-11 §1, 3-1-2011; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013; Ord. No. 2557-15 §1, 8-18-2015]
As used in this Chapter, the following terms shall have these prescribed meanings:
ACTING BUILDING OFFICIAL
The City Administrator shall be the acting Building Official during temporary absence or disability of the Building Official. In the absence of the City Administrator and the Building Official, the Mayor will appoint a temporary replacement.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN
The chief legislative body of the City of Camdenton.
BUILDING INSPECTOR
The City Building Inspector.
BUILDING OFFICIAL
The Director of the Building Department and Building Code Official.
CITY
The City of Camdenton.
CITY ADMINISTRATOR
The Chief Administrative Officer of the City.
MAYOR
The Chief Executive Officer of the City.

Section 500.050 Penalties and Appeals.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013; Ord. No. 2557-15 §1, 8-18-2015]
A. 
Building And Fire Code Board Of Appeals.
1. 
Appeals. A Building and Fire Code Appeals Board is hereby created to hear and decide appeals pursuant to the dully adopted and amended building and fire codes. An owner, lessee, agent, operator or occupant aggrieved by an order issued by the Building Official or the Fire Code Official or their designee, may file an appeal to the Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals.
2. 
Powers and duties.
a. 
The Board shall have no authority to waive the requirements of this code.
b. 
The Board shall have the power to review the decisions of the Building Official and/or the Fire Code Official in the interpretation of the adopted building and fire codes or any related standard of the City of Camdenton.
c. 
The Board shall have the power to modify or reverse the decision of the Building Official and/or the Fire Code Official.
d. 
The Board shall recommend to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen any necessary code adoptions, supplements and any alterations or changes to the code.
3. 
Application. The application for appeal shall be filed on a form obtained from the Building Official within ten (10) working days after the notice of violation was served. The application shall be filed with the office of the Building Official along with a fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00).
4. 
Membership of the Board. The Board of Appeals shall consist of persons appointed by the Mayor, with the consent of the Board of Aldermen, as follows:
a. 
The Board shall consist of five (5) members.
b. 
Two (2) members shall serve for three (3) years; two (2) members shall serve for two (2) years; and one (1) member shall serve for one (1) year.
c. 
Thereafter, each new member shall serve for three (3) years or until a successor has been appointed.
5. 
Alternate members. The Mayor shall appoint two (2) alternate members who shall be called by the board chairperson to hear appeals during the absence or disqualification of a member. Alternate members shall possess the qualifications required for board membership and shall be appointed for three (3) years or until a successor has been appointed.
6. 
Qualifications. The Board shall consist of five (5) individuals with education, training or working experience in one (1) or more of the following professions:
a. 
Architecture.
b. 
Engineering.
c. 
Plumbing.
d. 
Electrical.
e. 
Mechanical.
f. 
Commercial or residential contractor.
One (1) member may be a resident of the City of Camdenton without experience in the designated areas.
7. 
Rules and procedures. The Board is authorized to establish policies and procedures necessary to carry out its duties. An application for appeal shall be based on a claim that the true intent of this code or the rules legally adopted herein have been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of the code do not fully apply or an equally good or better form of construction is proposed.
8. 
Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson. The board shall select two (2) of its members to serve as Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson.
9. 
Disqualification of a member/removal from office. A member shall not hear an appeal in which that member has a personal, professional or financial interest. The Mayor, with the consent of the Board of Aldermen, may remove from office any member of the Board for misconduct or neglect of duty.
10. 
Secretary. The City Administrator shall designate a clerk to serve as secretary to the board. The secretary shall file a detailed record of all proceedings in the office of the City Administrator, the Building Official and the Fire Code Official.
11. 
Notice of meeting. The Board shall meet upon notice from the Building Official, no earlier than ten (10) working days and no later than twenty (20) working days as of the filing of an appeal.
12. 
Open hearing. All hearings before the Board shall be open to the public. The appellant, the appellant's representative, the Building Official or Fire Code Official and any person whose interests are affected shall be given an opportunity to be heard.
13. 
Procedure. The Board shall adopt and make available to the public through the secretary procedures under which a hearing will be conducted. The procedures shall not require compliance with strict rules of evidence, but shall mandate that only relevant information be received.
14. 
Postponed hearing — quorum. The Board shall be authorized to transact business upon the presence of three (3) members; no less than three (3) members shall constitute a quorum to do business. However, when five (5) members are not present to hear an appeal, either the appellant or the appellant's representative shall have the right to request a postponement of the hearing.
15. 
Board decision. The Board shall modify the decision of the Building Official or Fire Code Official by a concurring vote of a majority of its present members. The decision of the Board shall be recorded in the official minutes. Copies shall be furnished to the appellant and to the City Administrator, the Building Official and the Fire Code Official.
16. 
Administration. The Building Official or Fire Code Official shall take immediate action in accordance with the decision of the Board.
17. 
Appeal from decisions of the Board. Any person or persons jointly or severally aggrieved by any decision of this board may present to the Circuit Court a petition, duly verified, setting forth that such decision is illegal, in whole or in part, specifying the grounds of the illegality. Such petition must be presented to the court within thirty (30) days after the filing of the decision of this board. The decisions of this board may not be appealed to the Board of Aldermen.
B. 
Penalties. Any person who shall fail to comply with the provisions of this Chapter or with any order by the Mayor issued pursuant thereto and from which no appeal has been taken, or with which such an order as affirmed or modified by the Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals or by a court of competent jurisdiction, within the time fixed therein, shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars ($100.00) or more than five hundred dollars ($500.00). The imposition of one (1) penalty for the violation of such order shall not excuse the violation or permit it to continue. Each day that the violation of this Chapter remains as a non-complying condition can be construed as a separate offense.

Section 500.060 Saving Clause.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013]
Nothing in this Chapter or in the Building Code hereby adopted shall be construed to affect any suit or proceeding impending in any court, or any rights acquired, or liability incurred, or any cause of action acquired or existing under any act or ordinance hereby repealed; nor shall any just or legal right or remedy of any character be lost, impaired or affected by this Chapter.

Section 500.070 Permit Fees.

[Ord. No. 2124-06 §1, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2397-11 §1, 3-1-2011; Ord. No. 2467-13 §1, 6-4-2013]
A. 
A fee for each permit and inspection shall be paid in accordance with the following schedule. Building permit fees will be based on the estimated valuation cost of the total value of work, including materials and labor. The valuation of construction will be compared to the current "building valuation data", and if the valuation is underestimated on the application, then the estimated valuation cost shall be calculated using the most current "building valuation data" schedule as published biannually by the International Code Council.
Any project requiring a building permit that is started without a legal permit will be required to pay one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the standard building permit fee.
1. 
Permit fees for residential one-family dwellings, two-family dwellings and town houses governed by the currently adopted International Residential Code.
Total Valuation
Fee
$0.00 to $5,000.00
$50.00
$5,000.00 and above
Plus $2.00 per each additional $1,000.00 of valuation
$50.00
Estimated cost of construction for new structures or additions shall be based upon the building construction valuation of a minimum of fifty-five dollars ($55.00) per square foot, no exceptions.
Minimum permit fee
$50.00
2. 
Plan review fees for all commercial and residential structures governed by the currently adopted International Building Code. National Electric Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code, International Fire Code and International Existing Building Code:
Plan Review Fee Deposit
$TBD; Equal to one-half (½) of the Building Permit Fee
When the total construction valuation of a proposed project exceeds one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) and a plan is required to be submitted, then a plan review fee deposit shall be paid in advance at the time of application. The deposit shall constitute a credit toward the total permit fee(s). The remainder of the fee(s) is due when the approved permit is picked up by the applicant.
3. 
Permit fees for all commercial and residential structures governed by the currently adopted International Building Code, National Electric Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code, International Fire Code and International Existing Building Code:
Total Valuation
Fee
$0 to $20,000.00
$150.00
$20,001.00 to $200,000.00
First $20,000.00
Plus $6.00 per each additional $1,000.00 of valuation
$150.00
$200,001.00 to $1,000,000.00
First $200,000.00
Plus $4.50 per each additional $1,000.00 of valuation
$1,230.00
$1,000,001.00 and over
$1,000,000.00
plus $3.00 per each additional $1,000.00 of valuation.
$4,830.00
Plumbing permit only
$75.00
Electric permit only
$75.00
Mechanical or fuel gas permit only
$75.00
Minimum permit fee (unless noted)
$150.00
4.
Demolition permit
$50.00
5.
Fence permit
$25.00
6.
Deck permit
$25.00
7.
Detached accessory building permit
200 square feet or less
$25.00
8.
Excavation permit
$50.00
9.
Swimming pool permit
$25.00
10.
Blasting permit
$50.00
11.
Tent/canopy permit
$25.00
12.
Sign permit fees.
Total Valuation Fee
Total Valuation Fee
$0.00 to $1,000.00
Plus $4.50 per each additional $1,000.00 of valuation
$25.00
Minimum permit fee
$25.00
13. 
Dock permit fees.
Docks up to 4 wells
$50.00
Docks over 4 wells
Plus $6.00 per well over 4 wells
$50.00
Minimum permit fee
$50.00