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Posted on: December 7, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Opening on City of Marshalltown Dangerous Building Board of Appeals

The City of Marshalltown is seeking to fill a voluntary opening on the Dangerous Building Board of Appeals effective 1/1/21.  Applications must be submitted on the City of Marshalltown website The first review of applications will be 12/18/20 and will remain open until filled.  For more information please contact Michelle Spohnheimer, Housing and Community Development Director, or 641-754-5756. 

Dangerous Building Board of Appeals
Ref § 151.002 (L) Section 112 Board of Appeals: In order to determine the suitability of the alternate materials and types of construction, and to provide for reasonable interpretation of all the provisions of this Code, there shall be and hereby is enacted a Board of Appeals, consisting of five members who are qualified by experience and training, to pass upon matters pertaining to building construction. The Building Official shall be an ex-officio member and shall act as the Secretary of the Board. The Board of Appeals shall be appointed by the Mayor, subject to the approval of the City Council, and said Board shall render a decision within thirty days from the time any matter is submitted to it. The Board shall adopt reasonable rules and regulations for conducting its investigations, and shall render all decisions and findings in writing to the Building Official with a duplicate copy to the appellant, and may recommend to the City Council such new legislation as is consistent therewith. The terms of each member shall be five years provided, however, that the original appointments to the Board shall be as follows: One member shall be appointed for an initial one year term, one member for an initial two-year term, one member for an initial three-year term, one member for an initial four-year term, and one member for an initial five-year term. The present existing Board shall continue under current appointments. The Board of appeals shall have no authority relative to interpretation of the administrative portions of this Code, nor shall the Board be empowered to waive requirements of this Code.

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