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Codified Ordinances (complete through November 8, 2016)

Codified Ordinances Enacted after November 8, 2016:

Ordinance 16-133, enacted 12-19-16, effective 1-18-17: Amending Section 173.02 and Chapter 130 of the Administrative Code of the Codified Ordinances to designate the City’s Housing Council to serve also as the City’s the Housing Advisory Board.

Ordinance 16-135, enacted 12-19-16, effective 12-22-16: Amending Section 1309.01 of the Building Code of the Codified Ordinances relative to the Architectural Board of Review membership, to increase the number of allowable successive terms for members from two to four, in order to allow ABR members to serve a maximum of 12 consecutive years.

Ordinance 16-149, enacted 12-19-16, effective 12-22-16: Amending Section 135.05 of the Administrative Code of the Codified Ordinances relative to the waiver of Health Insurance for employees of the City.

Ordinance 17-13, enacted 02-27-17, effective 03-01-17: Amending Section 1305.01 of the Building Code of the Codified Ordinances relative to the addition and clarification of categories of Building Permits and Fees; including adding permit fees for specific categories of HVAC systems, such as air handlers, heat pumps, split systems, and geothermal systems for heating and air conditioning, and adding fees for fire suppression systems, mechanical exhaust systems, and gas lines.

Ordinance 17-38, enacted 4-24-17, effective 5-24-17: Amending Sections 141.18, 141.20, and 141.22 of the Administrative Code of the Codified Ordinances to include non-resident employees of Shaker Heights businesses in the definition of “residents” for the purpose of certain specified Recreation Department programs and fees.

Ordinance 17-44, enacted 4-24-17, effective 5-24-17: Amending Section 1415.04 of the Housing Code of the Codified Ordinances concerning point-of-sale inspections, in order to add a fee for the issuance of payments from escrow when the City serves as escrow agent.

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