Proposed safety codes draw concern (MO)

The possibility of imposing stricter fire safety codes on a handful of condo complexes within the Village of Four Seasons has stirred the interest of at least one condo homeowners association.  Robert Davis, the Village’s building department manager and code inspector, asked the board of trustees in August for an ordinance requiring that all existing multi-family structures within the Village boundaries be required by 2020 to have at least one exit with a two-hour fire rated assembly along with exits for all bedrooms to meet the 2012 International Residential Code (IRC).    Read the article…………….


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