The Village of Fairport is seeking an experienced and professional Code Enforcement Officer - Building Inspector - Fire Marshal.
We are now accepting 2023 Membership applications and renewals.
Membership, click here.
MEMBERSHIP AND DUES
1. Membership in the Corporation shall consist of two (2) sections as follows:
a.) Certified code enforcement officers employed by the State of New York or one of its political subdivisions and actively engaged in enforcing, teaching or promulgating the Code within the State of New York.
b.) Any other individual, partnership, association or corporation
subscribing to the purposes of the corporation, i.e., members who are involved in activities, businesses or associations that are integrally connected to or supportive of building construction. This includes but is not limited to design professionals, product certifiers or testers, independent inspectors, material suppliers, general contractors, or others, provided that they can demonstrate that they meet the intent of this section. In addition, retired certified code enforcement officers shall be eligible under this section.
2. The Corporation may admit members at any time.
3. Only members in good standing of the corporation shall be eligible to participate in its business meetings, or to serve in any of its elective or appointive positions.
4. Each member of the corporation shall pay annual dues to the corporation
in an amount to be determined by the Board of Directors.
The 2023 Educational Conference is scheduled for March 13 - 15, 2023. FLBOA is again proud to present on-line registration for the 2023 conference. You will also be able to add your FLBOA 2023 membership dues to your invoice if you choose. Please use this link Click To Register and follow the directions to complete your registration and membership. You will need your NY Training ID and FDID listed above. This 3-day conference is expected, again, to be approved for 24 hours of in-service training. Please check the FLBOA website: www.flboa.com for additional information as it becomes available.
If you only wish to renew your membership for 2023, please use this link Click For Membership Only
Please note that there is no increase to the registration fee for the 2023 program. The cost remains at $390.00 for all three days. The Education Committee has always prided itself on keeping the cost as low as possible while providing a conference of high quality. Your registration confirmation will include your invoice. Please send a copy of the invoice along with payment to the mailing address on your invoice.
The 2023 conference will be this organization’s 47th and we hope that you will consider attending the banquet Monday evening for presentations and entertainment. If you plan on coming to the banquet, please note your menu selection on your registration form.
Individuals are requested to contact the Hotel directly at 585-359-1800 for hotel room reservations. The cut-off date for reserving a room is February 13, 2023. Check-in time is 3:00PM. Check-out time is 12:00PM. To receive our special rate, you must mention the FLBOA Conference.
All reservations must be guaranteed and accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card. If tax exempt forms are presented, the method of payment must be from the organization listed on the tax exempt form (i.e. the name on the tax exempt form must match the name on the credit card, check or purchase order). Please note that credit card payment information cannot be accepted over the phone.
The Finger Lakes Building Officials Association looks forward to seeing you again in March 2023.
Please use this link Click To Register
If you only wish to renew your membership for 2023 please use this link Click For Membership Only
Registration link https://www.codesclass.com/flboa/
The following link will direct you to the NYS Building Standards and Codes Division Webpage to view in its entirety: click here.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION - 19 NYCRR Part 1203 Uniform Code and the Energy Code:
Minimum Standards for Administration and Enforcement
EFFECTIVE December 30, 2022
The Department of State has filed a Notice of Adoption of a rule repealing and replacing Part 1203 of Title 19 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations. The Notice of Adoption will appear in the December 29, 2021 edition of the State Register. On and after December 29, 2021, the Notice of Adoption can be viewed on the Department of State’s website at: https://dos.ny.gov/state-register.
The rule will become effective on December 30, 2022.
Local governments will have until December 30, 2022 to update their code enforcement programs by local law, ordinance, or other appropriate regulation.
The full Text of the rule is available here: https://dos.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2021/12/2021-12-10-full-text-of-rule-part-1203.pdf
The full Assessment of Public Comments is available here: https://dos.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2021/12/2021-12-10_full-assessment-of-public-comments-part-1203.pdf
The updated model local law will be available on the Department’s website in the near future. However, the model local law for the current version of Part 1203 which will be in effect up until December 30, 2022 is available here: https://dos.ny.gov/laws-and-regulations-division-building-standards-and-codes#model-local-law
The Technical Bulletin Requirements for Completing Table R301.2(1) in the 2020 Residential Code of New York State is available here: https://dos.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2021/12/2021-12-15_tb_table-r301.2.pdf
Attached is a copy of the Senate report. To view the report click on the following link, NYS Senate_final_investigative_report_code_enforcement_senator_skoufis_igo_committee (003)
Please take the time to read. It sums up all that we have been discussing for many years, and has many proposed recommendations.
When you attend the upcoming ABM this fall, please come with suggestions on how we can keep on top of these suggestions and reach a desirable outcome.
Hopefully there will be follow-up to these recommendations. We have all worked hard to get this attention at the State level.
The responsibility falls on our community to keep the momentum.
Click the following link for the instructions. pdf CE-200 Form Instructions for Home Owners (137 KB)
NY State Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS)
You can view your CEO training history using the Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS). The enroll pllease click the following link: NYS Divivion of Codes SLMS page
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