Town of Monroe, NY
Orange County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Monroe 5-21-1979 by Local Law No. 5, 1979. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 26A-1 Definitions.

The terms used herein shall have the same meanings as such terms are defined in the code unless the context requires a different meaning.
"Code" shall mean the New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code promulgated by the New York State Energy Office, as the same may be amended from time to time.

§ 26A-2 Administration and enforcement of state code.

The code shall be administered and enforced in the same manner and to the same extent as and in accordance with the procedure provided for in Chapter 23 of the Code of the Town of Monroe, commonly referred to as the "Town of Monroe Building Construction Code Administration Ordinance," except as may be otherwise provided for herein. The official in charge of such administration and enforcement shall be the Town of Monroe's Building Inspector.

§ 26A-3 Submission and approval of plans.

This submission of any plans required by the code or by this chapter shall be made at the same time and to the same extent as the submission of the plans for a building permit pursuant to Chapter 23 of the Code of the Town of Monroe. Approval or disapproval of such plans shall be made at the same time and in the same manner as the approval or disapproval of an application for a building permit under Chapter 23 of the Code of the Town of Monroe.

§ 26A-4 Issuance of building permit and certificate of occupancy.

Plans and specifications for construction of a building, prepared by a licensed professional and certified by him that they are in compliance with the code, shall be deemed acceptable under the code to the Building Inspector for the purpose of issuing a building permit or other similar approval necessary to commence construction.
A certification by a licensed professional that construction has been completed in compliance with the code may be accepted by the Building Inspector as evidence of such compliance for the purpose of issuing a certificate of occupancy or other similar approval or authorization for occupancy or use of the building.

§ 26A-5 Penalties for offenses.

The penalty for violation of an order issued pursuant to this chapter shall be as set forth in Section E 108.1 of the code.