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CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD

This board meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers in City Hall. The board consists of seven (7) regular members, two (2) alternate members. They will serve three (3) year terms. (Membership will, when practicable, include an architect, a businessman, an engineer, a general contractor, a subcontractor and a realtor). City residents only.

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OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the Code Enforcement Board are to: Conduct hearings at each meeting and hear cases presented by Staff. Hear testimony presented by the alleged violator. The violator has the right to appear in person before the board, to testify personally and present other evidence relevant to the matter under consideration by the board, to subpoena witnesses to testify at the hearing, and to be represented by legal counsel of their own choosing at their own expense. Issue findings of fact, based on the evidence presented during the hearing and conclusions of the law. The board shall issue orders having the force of law to command whatever steps necessary to bring a violation into compliance. The board findings will be made by motion approved by a majority of those members present and voting, but at least four (4) board members must be present to vote on the motion for the action to be official.
MEMBERS, Terms Expire in June
  • Carole Amey, 2016
  • Scott Blynder, 2014
  • Keith Carrington, 2015
  • Owen Kelley, 2016
  • Robert Godek (Chairman), 2014
  • Darrel Lowery (Vice-Chair), 2014
  • Elizabeth Osborne, 2014

Alternates
  • Michael Hopper, 2016
  • Vacant

  • Recording Clerk
    Stella McLeod, Municipal Records Coordinator
    Attorney
    Mary Sneed, Fowler & O'Quinn, P.A.  

BETH EIKENBERRY
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