Board advances ICC mission in California
The International Code Council Board of Directors met July 14 in Sacramento, Calif., for its summer board meeting.
Nancy Springer, chair of the Professional Development Council and building division manager at the Butte County Department of Development Services in Oroville, Calif., provided an update on activities of the Professional Development Council, which included nine meetings, 13 Certification Committee meetings and 22 Education Committee meetings. The ICC board commended the successful efforts of the Professional Development Council.
The ICC board approved the appointment of Scott McCormick, fire inspector, Hamilton Township, N.J., and Michael Savage, chief building official/division manager, city of Rio Rancho, N.M., to the ICC-ES Board of Managers.
The ICC board also approved changing the Ad Hoc Committee on Healthcare to a standing committee and approved expanding the scope of the committee to include facilities as currently defined by Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services as of July 14, 2017.
Code Council staff provided the board with an update on the development of the Value of the Code Official initiative. The board tasked ICC staff with finalizing a tagline for the program. Staff also provided the board with a detailed preview of the upcoming 2017 Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
The ICC board approved the following recommendations from the Major Jurisdictions Ad Hoc Committee:
- Modifications to CP-30, Major Jurisdictions Committee:
- 4.1 Members: Membership on the committee is limited to representatives of code enforcement agencies of states, the capital cities of each state, the two largest jurisdictions by population in each state (in addition to the capital city), the capital city of a country, and jurisdictions with a population of 500,000 or more. Call for members shall be continuously open.
- 4.2 Steering Committee: At the ICC Annual Conference, the committee members shall elect a Steering Committee consisting of a Chairperson, Vice-chairperson and seven additional members. The ICC Board of Directors shall appoint the initial Steering Committee and Chairs. Initial appointment terms shall be staggered, with one-third of the committee serving for three, two and one year(s) each. Once staggered terms are established, Steering Committee members shall serve for a period of three years. The Steering Committee shall be responsible for conducting the business of the MJC between meetings of the full committee. The Chair and Vice Chair shall be limited to two consecutive one-year terms, with no term limits for steering committee members.
- Endorsement of a greater level of communication between the MJC and ICC staff and future Boards along with providing direction to the CEO to increase the marketing and website presence of the MJC to be consistent with that of the Membership Councils.
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