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SEC. 91.6304.  RESIDENTIAL USES.
   (Added by Ord. No. 172,592, Eff. 6/28/99, Oper. 7/1/99.)
 
91.6304.1.  Interior Doors.  In any residential building, every interior door in a doorway through which occupants pass shall have a minimum width of 32 inches.
 
   EXCEPTION:  The provisions of this section shall not apply to doors located in shower compartment and bathtub enclosures.
 
91.6304.2.  Interior Illumination.  All recreation or service rooms accessory to apartment houses shall be provided with an incandescent light bulb (minimum of  60 watts) or other artificial light at a maximum height of eight feet (2438 mm) and shall provide have a minimum average surface illumination of 0.2 footcandles (2.15 lx) at floor level.  Where, in any specific case, different sections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code specify different requirements, the most restrictive shall govern.
 
   EXCEPTION:  Recreation or service rooms accessory to condominiums which comply with Article 2.9 (condominiums) of Chapter I of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.
 
91.6304.3.  Additional Requirements for Installation of Bars, Grills, Grates or Similar Devices.  (Amended by Ord. No. 185,587, Eff. 7/16/18.)  In addition to the requirements of CBC Section 1030 all bars, grills, grates or similar devices shall comply with the following:
 
   1.   A permit is obtained from the Department and a fee is paid as required in LAMC Subdivision 91.107.4.5.  Any permit so issued shall be valid for a period of 90 days from its issuance.  The Department may allow a "certified installer" to be used, in lieu of obtaining a permit, in accordance with LAMC Section 91.1710.
 
   2.   Any person who willfully or knowingly, with the intent to deceive, makes a false statement or representation, or knowingly fails to disclose a material fact in any documentation required by the Department to ascertain facts relative to this section, LAMC Subdivision 91.107.4.5 or to Section 91.1710, including any oral or written evidence presented, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.