TITLE 9
BUILDING REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 1
BUILDING CODES
ARTICLE A.  BUILDING CODE
SECTION:
9-1A-1: Building Code Adopted
9-1A-2: Building Permits
9-1A-3: Inspections
9-1A-4: Certificate Of Use And Occupancy
9-1A-5: Nonconforming Buildings
9-1A-6: Hazardous Building Or Condition
9-1A-7: Fences
9-1A-8: Penalty
9-1A-1: BUILDING CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits the provisions of the published 2012 international building code including appendices B, H105, H106, I and J with the following amendments:
Section 101.1 These regulations shall be known as the building code of [Name Of Jurisdiction], hereinafter referred to as "this code".
Insert: Village of West Dundee as Name Of Jurisdiction
Section 101.4.3 The provisions of the international plumbing code shall apply to the installation, alterations, repairs and replacement of plumbing systems.
Delete: International plumbing code
Insert: 2004 Illinois state plumbing code. All further reference to the international plumbing code shall be converted to mean Illinois state plumbing code.
Section 103.1 The department of building safety is hereby created and the official in charge thereof shall be known as the building official.
Replace: department of building safety with department of community development.
Section 105.2 Work Exempt From Permit.
Delete: No. 2; no. 4; and no. 6
Section 113.1 In order to hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions or determinations made by the building official relative to the application and interpretation of this code, there shall be and is hereby created a board of appeals. The board of appeals shall be appointed by the applicable governing authority and shall hold office at its pleasure. The board shall adopt rules of procedure for conducting its business.
Delete text: The board of appeals shall be appointed by the applicable governing authority and shall hold office at its pleasure.
Insert text: The board of appeals shall be the village board.
Insert text: Applications for appeal shall be accompanied by such plans or data, or both and shall include a statement in writing by the applicant or adequate facts showing that the requested appeal is within the board's authority as stipulated in section 113.2.
Section 113.3 Qualifications. The board of appeals shall consist of members who are qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction and are not employees of the jurisdiction.
Delete: Entire section
Section 406.3.4 The private garage shall be separated from the dwelling unit and its attic area by means of a minimum 1/2"-inch gypsum board applied to the garage side.
Amend text to: "of a minimum 1/2-inch gypsum board with all seams and corners covered with tape and joint compound applied to the garage side."
Section 903.2 Approved automatic sprinkler systems in new buildings and structures shall be provided in the locations described in sections 903.2.1 through 903.2.12.
Insert text: ", all use groups other than residential greater than 4,000 square feet in size and all groups A, R, H and I regardless of size".
Section 903.4.1 Monitoring. Alarm, supervisory and trouble signals shall be distinctly different and shall be automatically transmitted to an approved supervising station or, when approved by the fire code official, shall sound an audible signal at a constantly attended location.
Delete text: supervising station or, when approved by the fire code official, shall sound an audible signal at a constantly attended location.
Insert text: dispatch center via an approved agency as determined by the building official.
Create section 907.1.4 Monitoring. All locations which have a fire alarm system shall send the required signal to an approved dispatch center via an approved agency as determined by the building official.
Section 907.2 Where Required. An approved fire alarm system installed in accordance with the provisions of this code and NFPA 72 shall be provided in new buildings and structures in accordance with sections 907.2.1 through 907.2.23 and provide occupant notification in accordance with section 907.5, unless other requirements are provided by another section of this code.
Delete text: in new buildings and structures in accordance with sections 907.2.1 through 907.2.23
Insert text: in all locations which have fire suppression, are required to have a fire suppression system or any use group greater than 2,500 sq ft
Create section 1013.2.1 Retaining Walls. Retaining walls creating a grade change of 30 inches or greater located 2 feet or less to walking surface, pedestrian area, parking lot or driveway on the high side shall be provided an approved protective barrier.
Create section 1209.2.1 Multiple Tenant Buildings. Attic access openings must be protected by means of a latching device operable only from the inside of the tenant space.
Section 1705.15 Special inspections shall be required for all EIFS applications.
Delete Exceptions:
      1.   Special inspections shall not be required for EIFS applications installed over a water-resistive barrier with a means of draining moisture to the exterior.
      2.   Special inspections shall not be required for EIFS applications installed over masonry or concrete walls.
Section 1807.1.4 Permanent Wood Foundation Systems.
Delete: Entire section
Section 3411.4 Existing buildings that undergo a change of group or occupancy shall comply with this section.
Delete: Or occupancy
Add: as applicable with rules and regulations for non- conforming buildings as specified in 9-1A-5 of the municipal code.
Create section 3412.1.1 Sprinkler System Option. When the compliance alternative method is used to determine compliance and sprinklers are utilized for compliance the sprinkler minimums established in the international building code and amendments shall be followed.
Section B101.1 The application for appeal shall be filed on a form obtained from the building official within 20 days after the notice was served.
Add text: The fee for such application shall be the same as the fee schedule for a zoning variation application.
Section B101.2, B101.2.1 and B101.2.2
Delete: Entire sections
(Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-2: BUILDING PERMITS:
   A.   Permit Required: It shall be unlawful to construct, alter, extend, repair or remove any building or structure without first having secured a permit therefor from the building official. Except that ordinary repairs to buildings may be made without application or notice to the building official; but such repairs shall not include the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the removal or cutting of any structural beam or bearing support, or the removal or change of any required means of egress, or rearrangement of parts of a structure affecting the exitway requirements; nor shall ordinary repairs include addition to, alteration of, replacement or relocation of any standpipe, water supply, sewer, drainage, drain leader, gas, soil, waste, vent or similar piping, electric wiring or mechanical or other work affecting public health or general safety, or to recover or replace roof coverings, or exterior wall coverings; nor shall ordinary repairs mean any installation of fencing or decks.
   B.   Application: No permit shall be issued until an application has been submitted and approved by the building official.
      1.   Application Information: The application shall be provided by the Village and contain information as required by the Building Code. The application shall be deemed incomplete unless all information requested is provided.
      2.   Submissions With Application: Plan review, required plans and specifications shall be submitted with the application for review along with the applicable plan review fee.
      3.   Permit Issuance: Permits shall not be issued prior to a completed and approved plan review.
      4.   Permit Display: When a permit has been issued the owner or his agent shall display the permit card on the job site facing the street on which the property is addressed.
      5.   Plans Kept On Job Site: An approved set of plans and specifications shall be kept on the job site and made available to Village inspectors. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
      6.   Suspended Or Abandoned Work: All permits shall become invalid if the authorized work is not completed within six (6) months. If work is progressing satisfactorily, the building official may authorize extensions to the original permit for an additional six (6) month period, but in no circumstances may the permit be extended for more than twelve (12) calendar months from its initial issuance.
Any building permit extension in excess of twelve (12) calendar months must be authorized with the consent and approval of the President and Board of Trustees.
The President and Board of Trustees may impose payment of an extension fee as per the extension fee schedule (refer to subsection 9-2-2F of this title) approved by the President and Board of Trustees. (Ord. 2017-21, 9-25-2017)
      7.   Road Improvement Impact Fee: All developers of new development, as defined in Kane County road improvement impact fee ordinance, are required to submit with their building permit application a copy of their receipt of payment reflecting payment of the Kane County road improvement impact fee.
   C.   Work Without Permit:
      1.   Notice Of Violation:
         a.   If work is done or is in progress without a permit, the building official shall issue a violation notice. This violation notice shall be in writing to the owner and contractor, and require all work to stop.
         b.   The violation notice shall contain the name of the owner of the property and his address, the address of the building in violation, the name of the contractor and his address, a date for submission of plans and application for permits. Such compliance date shall be no sooner than twenty four (24) hours from violation notice issued, no more than forty eight (48) hours from violation notice issuance.
         c.   When an owner or contractor in violation makes application for permit, he shall agree to conform to all codes of the Village, and to follow the plan review and building permit application procedures, and pay two (2) times the regular permit fee.
      2.   Failure To Meet Compliance Date On Correction Notice:
         a.   Reinspection of property in violation shall be required.
         b.   Inspector shall contact owner or contractor in violation when there has been partial or no compliance. Such contact shall be verbal and also in writing within forty eight (48) hours of the reinspection.
         c.   Notification shall recommend to the owner or contractor a course of action based on reinspection and facts supplied by the owner or contractor. Such notification shall establish a reasonable compliance date and provide for reinspection on compliance date.
         d.   Reinspection process shall be repeated as long as satisfactory progress and good faith are demonstrated by the violator. The first reinspection shall be at no charge, additional reinspections shall be subject to fees as per chapter 2 of this title.
         e.   If compliance cannot be demonstrated, the village attorney shall prepare and file the complaint.
   D.   Fees: Building permit fees shall be as provided in chapter 2 of this title. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-3: INSPECTIONS:
   A.   From time to time during the progress of permitted work, the building official shall cause an inspection to be made for the purpose of ascertaining that such work is being done in accordance with plans and specifications submitted as provided in section 9-1A-2 of this article, and a written report of such inspection shall be filed with, and made a part of, the record of the job.
   B.   For the purpose of making such inspection, the building official or his deputy, agent or any other employee of the village shall be permitted to enter upon premises where the work is being done at any and all reasonable times.
   C.   Inspections shall be carried out by the building official or his duly appointed agent in the following manner:
      1.   After completing construction to an inspection point, the general contractor telephones the community development department and makes a request for inspection. Request must be twenty four (24) hours prior to desired inspection.
      2.   If the construction is approved and it is not the final inspection, the building official will notify the contractor that construction may proceed. Careful inspection shall be made of the location of buildings for conformity to site plan, in addition to the building inspection. If the construction is approved and it is the final inspection, the building official will issue a certificate of occupancy or a certificate of completion.
      3.   If the construction is not approved, the building official prepares an inspection report listing the necessary corrections required to pass the requested inspection.
      4.   The applicable portions of the above building inspection procedure are repeated as often as necessary until the completion of the final building inspection. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-4: CERTIFICATE OF USE AND OCCUPANCY:
   A.   Occupancy Certificate Required: No building, or addition thereto, constructed after the effective date hereof and no addition or major alteration to a previously existing building shall be used or occupied, and no land vacant on the effective date hereof shall be used for any purpose until and unless an occupancy certificate has been issued by the building official. No change in use or occupancy in any business, commercial or industrial district shall be made nor any new use or occupancy established in any such district until an occupancy certificate has been issued by the building official. Every occupancy certificate shall state that the use or occupancy complies with all the provisions of the building code.
   B.   Application For Occupancy Certificate: Every application for a building permit shall also be deemed to be an application for an occupancy certificate. Every application for an occupancy certificate for a new or changed use of land or building where no building permit is required shall be made directly to the building official.
   C.   Posting Of Occupancy Certificate: Every occupancy certificate required hereunder by virtue of a change in use or occupancy in a business, industrial or commercial zoning district shall be permanently posted in a prominent place on the premises at all times. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-5: NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS:
Except as provided in this section, existing buildings, when altered or repaired as herein specified, shall be made to conform to the full requirements of the building code for new buildings:
   A.   Alterations Exceeding Fifty Percent: If alterations or repairs are made within any period of twelve (12) months, costing in excess of fifty percent (50%) of the physical value of the building, the entire building shall meet all requirements prior to the issuance of occupancy permits.
   B.   Damages Exceeding Fifty Percent: If the building is damaged by fire or any other cause to an extent in excess of fifty percent (50%) of the physical value of the building before the damage was incurred, the entire building shall meet all code requirements prior to the issuance of occupancy permits.
   C.   Alterations Under Fifty Percent: If the cost of alterations or repairs described herein is between twenty five percent (25%) and fifty percent (50%) of the physical value of the building, the building official shall determine to what degree the portions so altered or repaired shall be made to conform to the requirements for new buildings. In making this determination, the building official shall consider the use and occupancy of the building, and the type of building materials and other related matters.
   D.   Alterations Under Twenty Five Percent: If the cost of alterations or repairs described herein is twenty five percent (25%) or less of the physical value of the building, the building official shall permit the restoration of the building to its condition previous to damage or deterioration with the same kind of materials as those of which the building was constructed; provided, that such construction does not endanger the general safety and public welfare.
   E.   Increase In Size: If the building is increased in floor area or number of stories, the entire building shall be made to conform with the requirements of the building code in respect to means of egress, fire safety, light and ventilation.
   F.   Part Change In Use: If a portion of the building is changed in occupancy or to a new use group and that portion is separated from the remainder of the building with the required vertical and horizontal fire divisions complying with the fire grading in said building code, then the construction involved in the change shall be made to conform to the requirements for the new use and occupancy and the existing portion shall be made to comply with the exitway requirements of the building code.
   G.   Physical Value: In applying the provisions of this section, the physical value of the building shall be determined by the building official and be based on current replacement costs. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-6: HAZARDOUS BUILDING OR CONDITION:
A building or part or appurtenance thereof or a construction condition found to be hazardous to life, limb or health, upon order of the building official or enacting authority, shall be corrected, repaired, replaced, vacated, demolished or removed and the premises or work restored to or put in a safe condition within a reasonable period of time, as may be appropriate in each case, when such a finding has been made in writing, written notice of the findings and order has been given the owner or his agent or the contractor, and, except in emergencies, a hearing on the order has been held before the building official. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
9-1A-7: FENCES:
   A.   Definition: A "fence" shall be defined as a structure forming a barrier between lots or between a lot and a street or an alley.
   B.   Permit And Fees: Building permit fees shall be as provided in chapter 2 of this title. No person shall construct or maintain any fence or portion thereof unless a permit therefor shall first have been secured. Application for a permit shall be made to the community development department and the applicant shall furnish plans and specifications showing the work to be done and the location of the proposed fence on the owner's premises. Upon payment of all fees, the building official shall cause a permit to be issued. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
   C.   Specifications:
      1.   No fence shall be allowed on any part of a front yard, except as provided in subsection C4 of this section.
      2.   Fences may be erected to a height not exceeding five feet (5') from ground level, except as provided in subsection C4 or C5 of this section.
      3.   Fences must be erected so that the posts and all other supporting members face to the owner's side. The rough part of the frame shall face the owner's property.
      4.   On corner lots within the R-3 zoning district only, fences shall be allowed in a front yard abutting a street provided that the fence is located within that portion of the yard between the rear lot line and the rear line of the principal structure on such lot. Such fence shall also be subject to the following regulations:
         a.   With the exception of wrought iron fencing, the fence may be erected to a height not exceeding four feet (4') from ground level.
         b.   Fence shall be constructed in such a manner that the pickets and/or vertical components shall be no less than fifty percent (50%) open.
         c.   A maximum of four inches (4") shall be maintained between pickets and/or vertical components.
         d.   The following styles and materials shall be prohibited: chainlink, masonry, wire panel and split rail. Masonry materials may be used for fence post construction.
         e.   Fence shall be oriented in such a manner that the finished side faces the public right of way and adjacent property.
         f.   Material and placement for such fencing shall be reviewed and approved by the appearance review commission as detailed in subsection 2-2-5B6 of this code.
      5.   Fences may be erected to a height not exceeding six feet (6') from ground level in the appropriate yard of any residential use abutting a major right of way (Route 31, Route 72, Huntley Road, Randall Road) and in the appropriate yard when separating a less intensive land use from a more intensive one, including, but not limited to, single-family residential from multi-family residential and residential from commercial, institutional, industrial, or similar classification.
   D.   Prohibited Materials:
      1.   The following materials are prohibited for use as a fence: wood stockade, barbed wire, chicken wire, welded wire, woven wire unless in panel construction encased in rot resistant wood framing, of a gauge measuring not more than 11, finished with casing and post caps designed to be decorative, wood snow fence, plastic snow fence, plastic safety or barrier fence, and any materials added to an existing fence which would extend the height of the existing fence.
      2.   Chainlink fence or any solid fencing shall not be permitted in side yards parallel to or facing the street on the address side, and in rear yards on corner lots parallel to or facing the intersecting street. In those areas, a fence shall have at least one-half inch (1/2") of spacing in between planks, or in the case of a board on board (shadow box) fence, the overlapping of planks shall not exceed three-fourths (3/4) of an inch. A fence gate may be solid to ensure rigidity and durability. This does not include any yard, or property line that is not immediately adjacent to any street frontage. (Ord. 2015-22, 10-5-2015)
9-1A-8: PENALTY:
Unless otherwise provided herein, any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of this building code, including provisions adopted by reference, or who refuses to remedy a violation of any such provision or to remedy a hazard of fire, explosion, collapse, contagion or spread of infectious disease found to exist and duly ordered eliminated, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this code for each offense, with each day such violation continues constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 14-31, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE B.  MECHANICAL CODE
SECTION:
9-1B-1: Mechanical Code Adopted
9-1B-2: Mechanical Permits
9-1B-3: Inspections
9-1B-4: Penalty
9-1B-1: MECHANICAL CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration or installation permits, the provisions of the published 2012 international mechanical code with the following amendments:
Section 101.1 These regulations shall be known as the mechanical code of [Name Of Jurisdiction], hereinafter referred to as "this code".
Insert: Village of West Dundee as the Name Of Jurisdiction
Section 106.5.2 The fees for mechanical work shall be as indicated in the following schedule.
[Jurisdiction To Insert Appropriate Schedule]
Insert: Chapter 9-2 of the West Dundee municipal code
Section 106.5.3 Fee Refunds.
Delete: Entire section
Section 108.4 [Specify Offense] [Amount] [Number Of Days]
Insert text: misdemeanor
Insert text: $500
Insert text: 30
Section 109 [Amount] [Amount]
Insert text: $25
Insert text: $500
Section 109.2 Membership Of Board.
Delete: Entire text
Insert text: The board of appeals shall be the village board.
Section 109.2.1 Qualifications.
Delete: Entire section
Section 301.11 Potable water supply and building drainage system connections to equipment and appliances regulated by this code shall be in accordance with the international plumbing code.
Delete text: International plumbing code
Insert text: 2004 Illinois state plumbing code
Create section 302.6 Safe Pan Installation. An approved safe pan shall be provided for any water heater, clothes washing machine or HVAC equipment installed above the basement level of a structure. Safe pans shall be connected to a properly vented 2" floor drain or be provided with an automatic sensor capable of disconnecting power to the unit.
   B.   Code On File; Conflicting Provisions: One copy of the international mechanical code, adopted herein by reference, shall be filed in the community development department and there kept available for public use, inspection and examination. In the event that any provision of the international mechanical code is in conflict with any provision of any ordinance of the village, the village ordinance shall prevail and conflicting provision of said code shall be of no effect.
   C.   Regulations Adopted By Reference: The published books or pamphlets described and referred to in subsection A of this section and the regulations and standards contained therein or in the described portions thereof, modified in some cases as noted herein, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this mechanical code. In the event of a conflict between this code, or any part thereof, and such regulations and standards adopted by reference, the provisions of this code shall govern and prevail. (Ord. 14-27, 8-4-2014)
9-1B-2: MECHANICAL PERMITS:
   A.   Permit Required: It shall be unlawful to construct, alter, extend, repair or remove any structure without first having secured a permit therefor from the building official. Except that ordinary repairs to buildings may be made without application or notice to the department of community development; but such repairs shall not include the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the removal or cutting of any structural beam or bearing support, or the removal or change of any required means of egress, or rearrangement of parts of a structure affecting the exitway requirements; nor shall ordinary repairs include addition to, alteration of, replacement or relocation of any standpipe, water supply, sewer, drainage, drain leader, gas, soil, waste, vent or similar piping, electric wiring or mechanical or other work affecting public health or general safety, or to recover or replace roof coverings, or exterior wall coverings.
   B.   Application Procedure: The issuance of building permits shall follow the procedures established in subsection 9-1A-2B of this chapter.
   C.   Work Without Permit:
      1.   Notice Of Violation:
         a.   If work is done or is in progress without a permit, the building official shall issue a violation notice. This violation notice shall be in writing to the owner and contractor, and require all work to stop.
         b.   The violation notice shall contain the name of the owner of the property and his address, the address of the building in violation, the name of the contractor and his address, a date for submission of plans and application for permits. Such compliance date shall be no sooner than twenty four (24) hours from violation notice issued, no more than forty eight (48) hours from violation notice issuance.
         c.   When an owner or contractor in violation makes application for permit, he shall agree to conform to all codes of the village, and to follow the plan review and building permit application procedures, and pay two (2) times the regular permit fee.
      2.   Failure To Meet Compliance Date On Correction Notice:
         a.   Reinspection of property in violation shall be required.
         b.   Inspector shall contact owner or contractor in violation when there has been partial or no compliance. Such contact shall be verbal and also in writing within forty eight (48) hours of the reinspection.
         c.   Notification shall recommend to the owner or contractor a course of action based on reinspection and facts supplied by the owner or contractor. Such notification shall establish a reasonable compliance date and provide for reinspection on compliance date.
         d.   Reinspection process shall be repeated as long as satisfactory progress and good faith are demonstrated by the violator; reinspection fees shall apply as per chapter 2 of this title.
         e.   If compliance cannot be demonstrated, the village attorney shall prepare and file the complaint.
   D.   Fees: Permit fees shall be as provided in chapter 2 of this title. (Ord. 14-27, 8-4-2014)
9-1B-3: INSPECTIONS:
   A.   From time to time during the progress of permitted work, the building official shall cause an inspection to be made for the purpose of ascertaining that such work is being done in accordance with plans and specifications submitted as provided in section 9-1A-2 of this chapter, and a written report of such inspection shall be filed with, and made a part of, the record of the job.
   B.   Every elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, hoist and lift now in operation or which may hereinafter be installed together with the hoistway and all equipment thereof shall be inspected under and by the authority of the community development department at least once every six (6) months, and in no case shall a new unit be placed in operation until an inspection has been made.
   C.   It shall be the joint duty of the owner, agent, lessee or occupant of the building in which such unit is located and of each person in charge or control of such unit to frame the certificate of elevator inspection signed by the building official and place same in a conspicuous place in each elevator or on each escalator hoist or dumbwaiter. (Ord. 14-27, 8-4-2014)
9-1B-4: PENALTY:
Unless otherwise provided herein, any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of this mechanical code, including provisions adopted by reference, or who refuses to remedy a violation of any such provision or to remedy a hazard of fire, explosion, collapse, contagion or spread of infectious disease found to exist and duly ordered eliminated, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this code for each offense, with each day such violation continues constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 14-27, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE C.  PLUMBING CODE
SECTION:
9-1C-1: Plumbing Code Adopted
9-1C-2: Plumbing Permits
9-1C-3: Inspections
9-1C-4: Penalty
9-1C-1: PLUMBING CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by chapter 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the Village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits of any plumbing or sewer system the provisions of the most current published State of Illinois Department of Public Health regulations commonly known as the State Plumbing Code, with the following amendments:
Section 890.1150a(3) The Minimum depth for any water service pipe shall be at least sixty (60) inches in depth.
Section 890. APPENDIX A TABLE A Approved Building Drainage/Vent Pipe
Delete: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) Pipe, Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (CPVC), Polypropylene Pipe, Polyvinylidene Fluoride, Solder. Any further reference to any deleted materials relating to water distribution pipe shall be deleted.
Section 890. APPENDIX A TABLE A Approved Materials for Building Sewer
Delete: All materials except Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipe or Cast Iron. Any further reference to any other materials relating to building sewer pipe shall be deleted.
Section 890. APPENDIX A TABLE A Approved Materials for Water Service Pipe
Delete: All material except type K copper and Ductile Iron. Any further reference to any other materials relating to water service shall be deleted.
Section 890. APPENDIX A TABLE A Approved materials for Water Distribution Pipe
Delete: Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (CPVC), Cross Linked Polyethylene, Galvanized Steel Pipe, Poly Butylene Pipe (PB), Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (PVC), Welded Copper Water Tube. Any further reference to any deleted materials relating to water distribution pipe shall be deleted.
Add: Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (CPVC) or Cross Linked Polyethylene (PEX) may only be used on largelarger scale multi-family rental residential projects, containing a minimum of 10050 units and a minimum of 105 acres, with village board approval.
   B.   Regulations Adopted By Reference: The published books or pamphlets described and referred to in subsection A of this section and the regulations and standards contained therein or in the described portions thereof, modified in some cases as noted herein, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this Plumbing Code. In the event of a conflict between this Code, or any part thereof, and such regulations and standards adopted by reference, the provisions of this Code shall govern and prevail. (Ord. 18-05, 4-16-2018)
9-1C-2:   PLUMBING PERMITS:
   A.   Permit Required: It shall be unlawful to construct, alter, extend, repair or remove any building or structure without first having secured a permit therefor from the building official. Except that ordinary repairs to buildings may be made without application or notice to the Building Department; but such repairs shall not include the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the removal or cutting of any structural beam or bearing support, or the removal or change of any required means of egress, or rearrangement of parts of a structure affecting the exit way requirements; nor shall ordinary repairs include addition to, alteration of, replacement or relocation of any standpipe, water supply, sewer, drainage, drain leader, gas, soil, waste, vent or similar piping, electric wiring or mechanical or other work affecting public health or general safety, or to recover or replace roof coverings, or exterior wall coverings.
   B.   Application Procedure: The issuance of building permits shall follow the procedures established in section 9-1A-2 of this chapter.
   C.   Fees: Fees for permits shall be as provided in chapter 2 of this title.
   D.   Work Without Permit:
      1.   Notice Of Violation:
         a.   If work is done or is in progress without a permit, the Building Commissioner shall issue a violation notice. This violation notice shall be in writing to the owner and contractor, and require all work to stop.
         b.   The violation notice shall contain the name of the owner of the property and his address, the address of the building in violation, the name of the contractor and his address, a date for submission of plans and application for permits. Such compliance date shall be no sooner than twenty four (24) hours from violation notice issued, no more than forty eight (48) hours from violation notice issuance.
         c.   When an owner or contractor in violation makes application for permit, he shall agree to conform to all codes of the Village, and to follow the plan review and building permit application procedures, and pay two (2) times the regular permit fee.
      2.   Failure To Meet Compliance Date On Correction Notice:
         a.   Re-inspection of property in violation shall be required; fees as outlined in chapter 2 of this title will apply.
         b.   Inspector shall contact owner or contractor in violation when there has been partial or no compliance. Such contact shall be verbally and also in writing within forty eight (48) hours of the re-inspection.
         c.   Notification shall recommend to the owner or contractor a course of action based on re-inspection and facts supplied by the owner or contractor. Such notification shall establish a reasonable compliance date and provide for re-inspection on compliance date.
         d.   Re-inspection process shall be repeated as long as satisfactory progress and good faith are demonstrated by the violator.
         e.   If compliance cannot be demonstrated, the Village Attorney shall file a complaint. (Ord. 18-05, 4-16-2018)
9-1C-3:   INSPECTIONS:
   A.   From time to time during the progress of permitted work, the building official shall cause an inspection to be made for the purpose of ascertaining that such work is being done in accordance with plans and specifications submitted as provided in section 9-1A-2 of this chapter, and a written report of such inspection shall be filed with, and made a part of, the record of the job.
   B.   For the purpose of making such inspection, the official or his deputy, agent or any other employee of the Village shall be permitted to enter upon premises where the work is being done at any and all reasonable times.
   C.   Inspections shall be carried out by the building official or his duly appointed agent as provided in section 9-1A-3 of this chapter. (Ord. 18-05, 4-16-2018)
9-1C-4:   PENALTY:
Unless otherwise provided herein, any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of this Plumbing Code, including provisions adopted by reference, or who refuses to remedy a violation of any such provision or to remedy a hazard of fire, explosion, collapse, contagion or spread of infectious disease found to exist and duly ordered eliminated, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this Code for each offense, with each day such violation continues constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 18-05, 4-16-2018)
ARTICLE D.  ELECTRICAL CODE
SECTION:
9-1D-1: Electrical Code Adopted
9-1D-2: Electrical Permits
9-1D-3: Inspections
9-1D-4: Penalty
9-1D-1: ELECTRICAL CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by chapter 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the Village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits the provisions of the published 2011 NEC with the following amendments:
Article 210.8 Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection for Personnel
Add article 210.8(A)(9) All lights located within the enclosure of a shower or tub.
Article 210.70(A)(3) Storage or Equipment Spaces. For attics, underfloor spaces, utility rooms and basements, at least one lighting outlet containing a switch or controlled by a wall switch shall be installed.
Amend text to: For attics, underfloor spaces, utility rooms, closets more than 10 square feet and basements at least one lighting outlet containing a switch or controlled by a wall switch shall be installed
Create Article 230.70(A)(1)a. Meter disconnect. An outside disconnecting means shall be provided when service conductors travel more than five (5) feet within the building envelope before entering the panel board.
Create Article 230.70(A)(4) Service disconnect height. The service disconnect switch, when in its highest position, shall not be located more than 6 feet above the floor or working platform.
Create Section 320.104(A) AC Cable run from a switch to a ceiling mounted box, capable of ceiling mounted fan installation, shall contain a minimum of 3 insulated conductors of a type listed in Table 310.104 or those identified for use in this cable.
Create Section 330.104(A) MC Cable run from a switch to a ceiling mounted box, capable of ceiling mounted fan installation, shall contain a minimum of 3 insulated conductors of a type listed in Table 310.104 or those identified for use in this cable.
MC Cable may also be used on large scale multi-family rental residential projects, containing a minimum of 100 units and a minimum of 10 acres, with village board approval.
Article 338 Service Entrance Cable: Type SE and USE
Delete: Entire Article and any additional references in code.
Article 340 Underground Feeder and Branch-circuit Cable: Type UF
Delete: Entire Article and any additional references in code.
Article 362 Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing: Type ENT
Delete: Entire Article and any additional references in code.
Article 210.70(1) - At least one wall switch-controlled lighting outlet shall be installed in every habitable room and bathroom.
Insert text: Switches controlling lights shall be located within the finished space of a room if the room is provided with a door.
Create Article 408.54(B) Split Breakers. The use of split breakers used to increase the number of available over current devices shall be prohibited.
(Ord. 2017-15, 5-22-2017)
9-1D-2: ELECTRICAL PERMITS:
   A.   Permit Required: No electrical system shall be installed or replaced in a building or structure, nor shall an alteration of an existing system be made, except in conformity with the provisions of this title and rules that may be adopted and promulgated by the building official under the provisions of this Code, and permit first having been secured.
   B.   Application Procedure: The issuance of electrical permits shall follow the procedures established in section 9-1A-2 of this chapter.
   C.   Work Without Permit:
      1.   Notice Of Violation:
         a.   If work is done or is in progress without a permit, the building official shall issue a violation notice. This violation notice shall be in writing to the owner and contractor, and require all work to stop.
         b.   The violation notice shall contain the name of the owner of the property and his address, the address of the building in violation, the name of the contractor and his address, a date for submission of plans and application for permits. Such compliance date shall be no sooner than twenty four (24) hours from violation notice issued, no more than forty eight (48) hours from violation notice issuance.
         c.   When an owner or contractor in violation makes application for permit, he shall agree to conform to all codes of the Village, and to follow the plan review and building permit application procedures, and pay two (2) times the regular permit fee.
      2.   Failure To Meet Compliance Date On Correction Notice:
         a.   Re-inspection of property in violation shall be required; fees will apply as per chapter 2 of this title.
         b.   Inspector shall contact owner or contractor in violation when there has been partial or no compliance. Such contact shall be verbally and also in writing within forty eight (48) hours of the re-inspection.
         c.   Notification shall recommend to the owner or contractor a course of action based on re-inspection and facts supplied by the owner or contractor. Such notification shall establish a reasonable compliance date and provide for re-inspection on compliance date.
         d.   Re-inspection process shall be repeated as long as satisfactory progress and good faith are demonstrated by the violator.
         e.   If compliance cannot be demonstrated, the Village Attorney shall prepare and file the complaint.
   D.   Fees: Permit fees shall be as provided in chapter 2 of this title. (Ord. 2017-15, 5-22-2017)
9-1D-3: INSPECTIONS:
From time to time during the progress of permitted work, the building official shall cause an inspection to be made for the purpose of ascertaining that such work is being done in accordance with plans and specifications submitted as provided in section 9-1A-2 of this chapter, and a written report of such inspection shall be filed with, and made a part of the record of the job. For the purpose of making such inspection, the building official or his deputy, agent or any other employee of the Village shall be permitted to enter upon premises where the work is being done at any and all reasonable times. Inspections shall be carried out by the building official or his duly appointed agent as provided in section 9-1A-3 of this chapter. (Ord. 2017-15, 5-22-2017)
9-1D-4: PENALTY:
Unless otherwise provided herein, any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of this Electrical Code, including provisions adopted by reference, or who refuses to remedy a violation of any such provision or to remedy a hazard of fire, explosion, collapse, contagion or spread of infectious disease found to exist and duly ordered eliminated, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this Code for each offense, with each day such violation continues constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 2017-15, 5-22-2017)
ARTICLE E.  ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE
SECTION:
9-1E-1: Energy Conservation Code Adopted
9-1E-2: Penalty
9-1E-1: ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits the provisions of the published 2012 international energy conservation code.
   B.   Amendments:
Section 101.1 This code shall be known as the international energy conservation code of [Name Of Jurisdiction], and shall be sited as such. It is referred to herein as "this code".
Insert: Village of West Dundee as the Name Of Jurisdiction
(Ord. 14-25, 8-4-2014)
9-1E-2: PENALTY:
Any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of the energy code adopted in section 9-1E-1 of this article, including provisions adopted by reference, or who fails to comply with any order issued pursuant to any section of the code, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this code for each offense, with each day such violation continues after a service of notice as provided for in the energy code, constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 14-25, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE F.  PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE
SECTION:
9-1F-1: Property Maintenance Code Adopted
9-1F-2: Penalties
9-1F-1: PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption; Amendments: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the minimum regulations governing the conditions and maintenance of all property, buildings and structures: by providing the standards for supplied utilities and facilities and other physical things and conditions essential to ensure that structures are safe, sanitary and fit for occupation and use; and the condemnation of buildings and structures unfit for human occupancy and use and the demolition of such structures the provisions of the published 2012 international property maintenance code with the following amendments:
Section R101.1. These provisions shall be known as property maintenance code of [Name Of Jurisdiction], hereinafter referred to as "this code."
Insert: Village of West Dundee as the Name Of Jurisdiction
Section 103.5 Fees. The fees for activities and services performed by the department in carrying out its responsibilities under this code shall be indicated in the following schedule.
Insert: Title 9, chapter 2 of the West Dundee village code
Section 202 General Definitions.
Section 302.4 Weeds. All premises and exterior property shall be maintained free from weeds or plant growth in excess of (jurisdiction to insert height in inches). All noxious weeds shall be prohibited. Weeds shall be defined as all grasses, annual plants and vegetation, other than trees or shrubs provided; however, this term shall not include cultivated flowers and gardens.
Insert: 10" (ten) inches.
Create section 302.7.1 Materials. Any enclosed, attached, or detached accessory structure constructed of canvas, nylon, plastic, or other pliable material supported by air, cables, tubing, metal, or wood framework shall be prohibited.
Create Exception: The provisions of this section shall not apply to awnings or canopies which provide weather protection or decoration.
Section 304.1. The exterior of a structure shall be maintained in good repair, structurally sound and sanitary so as not to pose a threat to the public health, safety or welfare.
Add text: Whenever repair, replacement or maintenance of exterior structures is required to comply with this section, such repair, replacement or maintenance shall be completed to match, conform and be consistent with the existing exterior structure.
Create section 304.7.1 Location. Any method used which extends a storm water discharge pipe more than 24" from a foundation must meet the following conditions:
      1.   Termination of an extension can be no closer than 6' to any property line
      2.   Termination of an extension must be located in front or rear yard
      3.   Multiple extensions can't be combined into a single discharge location
      4.   A minimum distance of 10' must be maintained between individual discharge terminations
Section 304.14 Insect Screens. During the period from [Date] to [Date], every door, window and outer outside opening required for ventilation of habitable rooms, food preparation areas, food service areas or any areas where products to be included or utilized in food for human consumption are processed, manufactured, packaged or stored shall be supplied with approved tightly fitting screens of not less than 16 mesh per inch.
Insert: April 1st and September 30th
Create section 309 Signage.
Create section 309.1 Illumination. Means of illumination shall be fully operational to maintain illumination levels. Broken, missing or damaged lighting devices must be replaced or repaired.
Create section 309.2 Maintenance. Signs, sign panels and inserts must be maintained free from holes, defects and missing parts.
Section 602.3 Heat Supply. Every owner and operator of any building who rents, leases or lets one or more dwelling units or sleeping units on terms, either expressed or implied, to furnish heat to the occupants thereof shall supply heat during the period from [Date] to [Date] to maintain temperature of not less than 68° F in all habitable rooms, bathrooms and toilet rooms.
Insert: October 1st and May 1st
Section 602.4 Work Spaces. Indoor work spaces shall be supplied with heat during the period from [Date] to [Date] to maintain a temperature of not less than 65° F during the period the spaces are occupied.
Insert: October 1st and May 1st
(Ord. 14-28, 8-4-2014)
9-1F-2: PENALTIES:
Any person who violates, disobeys, omits, neglects or refuses to comply with, or who resists the enforcement of any of the provisions of this property maintenance code, including provisions adopted by reference, or who fails to comply with any order issued pursuant to any section of the property maintenance code, shall be fined as provided in the general penalty in section 1-4-1 of this code for each offense, with each day such violation continues after a service of notice as provided for in the property maintenance code, constituting a separate offense. (Ord. 14-28, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE G.  RESIDENTIAL CODE
SECTION:
9-1G-1: Residential Code For One- And Two-Family Dwellings
9-1G-1: RESIDENTIAL CODE FOR ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLINGS:
   A.   Adoption: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits of one- and two-family dwellings the provisions of the published 2012 international residential code including appendices C, F, G, J, K and O with the following amendments:
Section R101.1. These provisions shall be known as the residential code for one- and two- family dwellings of [Name Of Jurisdiction], and shall be cited as such and will be referred to herein as "this code."
Insert: Village of West Dundee as the Name Of Jurisdiction
Create section R102.7.2 Existing Non-Conforming. All existing materials, defects or installations not meeting current code requirements that are uncovered during the course of permitted work must be brought into code compliance.
Section R105.2 Work Exempt From Permit. Permits shall not be required for the following work.
Delete: No. 2; no. 4; no. 5; and no. 10.
Create section R106.2.1. A plat of survey, prepared by a licensed surveyor, shall be submitted after permitted work that increases the footprint of the primary structure or the construction of a detached garage has been completed.
Section R109.1.2. Rough inspection of plumbing, mechanical, gas and electrical systems shall be made prior to covering or concealment, before fixtures or appliances are set or installed, and prior to framing inspection.
Delete text: "and prior to framing inspection"
Section R112.1 General. In order to hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions or determinations made by the building official relative to the application and interpretation of this code, there shall be and is hereby created a board of appeals. The building official shall be an ex officio member of said board but shall have no vote on any matter before the board. The board of appeals shall be appointed by the governing body and shall hold office at its pleasure. The board shall adopt rules of procedure for conducting its business, and shall render all decisions and findings in writing to the appellant with a duplicate copy to the building official.
Delete text: The board of appeals shall be appointed by the applicable governing authority and shall hold office at its pleasure.
Insert text: The board of appeals shall be the village board
Insert text: Applications for appeal shall be accompanied by such plans or data, or both and shall include a statement in writing by the applicant or adequate facts showing that the requested appeal is within the board's authority as stipulated in section 112.2.
Section R112.3 Qualifications. The board of appeals shall consist of members who are qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction and are not employees of the jurisdiction.
Delete: Entire section
Create section R115 Site Requirements.
Section R115.1 Sanitation. Approved portable sanitation facilities for all workers shall be made available on site. Required sanitation facilities shall be maintained by the providing agency.
Section R115.1.1 Location. Portable sanitation facilities shall be located entirely on private property of the lot where construction activity is being performed.
Section R115.2 Fencing. When required by the building official, all construction sites shall be protected from unauthorized entry by a minimum 5 foot high chain link fence until such time that the house can be secured by means of doors and windows.
Section R115.2.1 Location. Required construction fencing shall be located on the property line of the construction site.
Create section R202 New Construction. Construction of a dwelling unit where no dwelling existed before, the demolition of an existing dwelling unit which leaves only the foundation walls intact, an addition to an existing dwelling unit that increases the building useable space (not including the basement) by 125%.
Create section R202 Historic Building. Buildings that are listed or eligible for listing in the national register of historic places, or designated as historic under appropriate state or local law.
Table R301.2(1).
 
Ground Snow Load
Wind Design
Seismic Design Category
Subject To Damage From
Speed
Topographic Effects
Weathering
Frost Line Depth
Termite
25
90
No
B
Severe
42"
Moderate
 
 
Winter Design Temp
Ice Barrier Underlayment Required
Flood Hazards
Air Freezing Index
Mean Annual Temp
-4
Yes
Yes
1700
50
 
Section 302.1 Exception: #2. Walls of dwelling units and accessory structures located on the same lot.
Delete: Exception #2
Section R302.6 Dwelling/Garage Fire Separation. The garage shall be separated as required by table R302.6. Openings in garage walls shall comply with section R302.5. This provision does not apply to walls that are perpendicular to the adjacent dwelling unit wall.
Add text to title: Dwelling/Shed/Garage Fire Separation.
Add text: The garage or shed shall be separated as required by table R302.6.
Delete text: This provision does not apply to walls that are perpendicular to the adjacent dwelling unit wall.
Table R302.6 Dwelling/Garage Separation.
Add text: Dwelling/Shed/Garage Separation
Table R302.6 Material. Not less than 1/2" gypsum board or equivalent applied to the interior side of exterior walls that are within this area.
Add text: All required gypsum board assemblies shall have a minimum of one coat of joint compound applied to all seams.
Table R302.6 Separation.
Add entry: Sheds located less than 3 feet from a dwelling unit on the same lot.
Table R302.6 Material. Not less than 1/2" gypsum board or equivalent applied to the interior side of exterior walls that are within this area.
Add text: All required gypsum board assemblies shall have a minimum of one coat of joint compound applied to all seams.
Section R302.7. Enclosed accessible space under stairs shall have walls, under stair surface and any soffits protected on the enclosed side with 1/2" gypsum board.
Add text: All required gypsum board assemblies shall have a minimum of one coat of joint compound applied to all seams.
Create section R309.6 Required Doors. Openings provided for vehicle access to the interior of attached and detached garages shall be provided with an approved wooden or metal door.
Section R310.1. Basements, habitable attics and every sleeping room shall have at least one operable emergency and rescue opening.
Change first sentence to: Basements, habitable attics, every sleeping room and finished individual rooms in basements more than 175 square feet in size shall have at least one operable emergency and rescue opening.
Create section R311.7.11 Stairway Railings On Historic Homes. Grand stairways and building entrances with wing walls shall be accepted without complying with the handrail and guard requirements. Existing handrails and guards at all stairs shall be permitted to remain, provided they are not structurally dangerous.
Create section R312.1.1.1 Retaining Walls. Retaining walls creating a grade change of 30 inches or greater located 2 feet or less to a walking surface, pedestrian area, parking lot or driveway on the high side shall be provided an approved protective barrier.
Section R319.1. Buildings shall have approved address numbers, building numbers or approved building identification placed in a position that is plainly legible and visible from the street or road fronting the property. These numbers shall contrast with their background.
Add text: Buildings shall have approved address numbers, building numbers or approved building identification attached to the building placed in a position that is plainly legible and visible from the street or road fronting the property.
Create new section R324 Radon Control.
Create section R324.1 Radon Control Required. All new residential construction governed by this code shall be provided with an active sub slab depressurization system installed in accordance with appendix F. All other requirements with the appendix and the Illinois state law shall be followed.
Section R403.1.4.1. Except where otherwise protected from frost, foundation walls, piers and other permanent supports of buildings and structures shall be protected from frost.
Exception #3- Decks not supported by a dwelling unit need not be provided with footings that extend below the frost line.
Delete: Exception #3
Create section R404.1.2.2.3 Openings. A minimum of two #5 rebar shall be provided over the tops of all openings in foundation walls. Required rebar shall extend a minimum of three feet past the opening on both sides.
Create section R404.6.1 Reinforcement. All trench foundations require a total of four #5 rebar. Two rebar to be located in the top third of the foundation wall and two rebar to be located in the bottom third of the foundation wall.
Section R405.1. Drains shall be provided around all concrete or masonry foundations that retain earth and enclose habitable or usable spaces located below grade. Drainage tiles, gravel or crushed stone drains, perforated pipe or other approved systems or materials shall be installed at or below the area to be protected and shall discharge by gravity or mechanical means into an approved drainage system.
Exception: A drainage system is not required when the foundation is installed on well-drained ground or sand- gravel mixture soils according to the unified soil classification system.
Delete: All references to drainage tiles, gravel or crushed stone drains
Delete: Exception
Create section R405.2.3.1 Location. Any method used which extends a storm water discharge pipe more than 24" from a foundation must meet the following conditions:
      1.   Termination of an extension can be no closer the 6' to any property line
      2.   Termination of an extension must be located in front or rear yard
      3.   Multiple extensions can't be combined into a single discharge location
      4.   A minimum distance of 10' must be maintained between individual discharge terminations
Create section R408.8 Height. Under floor spaces shall have a minimum clear height of 36 inches. Clear height shall be measured from top of finished floor to the underside of the floor joists above. Beams, girders, ductwork or plumbing components are allowed to project into that area as long as a minimum height of 24 inches remains under those projections.
Create section R408.9 Floor. All crawl spaces shall be provided with a floor consisting of a 4 inch thick stone base covered with a continuous vapor retarder topped by a minimum of two inches of concrete.
Section R506.1. Concrete slab-on-ground floors shall be a minimum of 3.5 inches thick.
Change text: 3.5 inches to 4-inches
Section R506.2.2. A 4-inch thick base course consisting of clean graded sand, gravel, crushed stone or crushed blast furnace slag passing through a 2-inch sieve shall be placed on the prepared sub-grade when the slab is below grade.
Replace text to: A 4-inch-thick compacted base course consisting of clean graded crushed stone (CA6) or equal shall be placed on the prepared sub-grade.
Exception: A base course is not required when the concrete slab is installed on well-drained or sand- gravel mixture soils.
Delete: Exception
Section R506.2.3. A 6 mil polyethylene or approved vapor retarder with joints lapped not less than 6 inches shall be placed between the concrete floor slab and the base course or the prepared sub grade where no base course exists.
Exception: The vapor retarder may be omitted:
      1.   From garages, detached garages, utility buildings and other unheated accessory structures.
Add text: From detached garages, utility buildings and other unheated accessory structures.
Create section R703.9.5 Inspections. All EIFS installations shall be inspected by an approved third party inspection agency to determine that installation meets manufacturer instructions. Copies of all reports shall be presented to the building official for review.
Create section P2501.3 Detached Accessory Structures. Plumbing service shall not be provided to any detached accessory structure. A variation may be approved by the board of appeals for property owners seeking plumbing service for legal uses such as home office, pool house, potting shed or other similar uses but will not be permitted for dwelling units including "mother in law" and/or "adult child" arrangements. Water and sewer service to an attached accessory structure is permitted only when there is a traditional connection with the principal structure including but not limited to common roof and internal access. The definition of attached for this purpose does not include a deck or a breezeway.
Table P1905.4 Water Service Pipe.
Delete: All materials other than type K copper. Any further reference to any material other than type K copper relating to water service shall be deleted.
Table P2905.5 Water Distribution Pipe.
Delete: Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride plastic (CPVC), copper (type WK, WL, M and WM), galvanized steel pipe and polypropylene plastic pipe (PP). Any further reference to any deleted material relating to water distribution pipe shall be deleted.
Create section E3601.6.3 Service Disconnect Height. The service disconnect switch, when in its highest position, shall not be located more than 6 feet above the floor or working platform.
Create section E3706.4.1 Split Breakers. Use of split breakers shall be prohibited.
Table E801.2 Allowable Wiring Methods.
Delete: Nonmetallic sheathed cable (NM), service entrance cable (SE), underground service cable (USE), underground feeder cable (UF) and electrical nonmetallic tubing (ENT)
Create section E3902.1.1 Lighting. Lighting receptacles located within the vertical wall of shower and tub enclosures shall be ground fault protected. All bathrooms shall be provided with a minimum of one lighting outlet not connected to the ground fault circuit.
Create section E4001.5.1 Food Waste Disposals. Disconnecting means for food waste disposals shall be located inside the cabinet in which the disposal is located.
   B.   Variations: The board of appeals is authorized to grant variations from the provisions of this article only in situations where the property was improved in compliance with all applicable codes and there is a subsequent failure of a required system through no fault of the owner.
      1.   Procedure: Applications shall be filed with the board of appeals on forms designated by the board of appeals. The application shall be accompanied by such plans or data, or both, as specified by the board of appeals, and shall include a statement in writing by the applicant or adequate facts showing that the proposed variation will conform to the standards set forth herein for variations.
      2.   Fee: A fee as established by the board of trustees shall be required for filing an application for a variance.
      3.   Hearing On Application: Upon receipt in proper form of the application and statement referred to above, the board of appeals shall hold at least one public hearing on the proposed variation. Notice of such a hearing shall be given by posting the agenda of the meeting of the board of appeals at which the variation will be considered on the village's website. However, the board of appeals may continue the hearing from time to time without further notices being given except by public announcement at the meeting and being placed in the minutes of that meeting.
      4.   Standards: A variation shall be granted only if the evidence in the judgment of the board of appeals sustains each of the following:
         a.   The plight of the owner was not created by the owner and is due to unique circumstances causing hardship to the owner; and
         b.   The alleged difficulty or hardship has not been created by any person presently having an interest in the property or any person through whom the applicant claims title;
         c.   The granting of the variation will not be substantially detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to other property or improvements in the neighborhood in which the property is located; or
         d.   The proposed variation will not otherwise endanger the public safety, or substantially diminish or impair property values within the neighborhood.
      5.   Decisions: All decisions of the board of appeals on any variation request shall be put in writing and contain findings showing that the applicant has met the standards set forth herein or state the reasons why the variation is denied. The decision shall state the relief granted and may contain conditions deemed appropriate to safeguard public health, safety and welfare. (Ord. 14-33, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE H.  ACCESSIBILITY CODE
SECTION:
9-1H-1: Illinois Accessibility Code
9-1H-1: ILLINOIS ACCESSIBILITY CODE:
   A.   Adoption; Amendments: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for compliance to accessible standards for structures the Illinois accessibility code dated April 24, 1997, with the following amendments:
Chapter 400.310 subchapter bn)3)i) All doors to accessible toilet rooms shall comply with subsection (j) of this section. Doors shall not swing into the clear floor space required for any fixture.
Amend text: All doors to accessible toilet rooms shall be equipped with an automatic door closer and shall comply with subsection (j) of this section. Doors shall not swing into the clear floor space required for any fixture.
(Ord. 14-24, 8-4-2014)
ARTICLE I.  FUEL GAS CODE
SECTION:
9-1I-1: Fuel Gas Code Adopted
9-1I-1: FUEL GAS CODE ADOPTED:
   A.   Adoption; Amendments: Pursuant to the authority granted by 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1-3-2, the village of West Dundee hereby adopts by reference, as criteria for the issuance of construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair and installation permits the provisions of the published 2012 international fuel gas code with the following amendments:
Section R101.1 These provisions shall be known as the fuel gas code of [Name Of Jurisdiction], hereinafter referred to as "this code."
Insert: Village of West Dundee as the Name Of Jurisdiction
Section 106.6.2 The fees for work shall be as indicated in the following schedule.
Insert: Title 9 chapter 2 of the West Dundee municipal code
Section 106.6.3 The code official shall authorize refunding of fees.
Delete: Entire section
Section 108.4 [Specify Offense] [Amount] [Number Of Days]
Insert text: misdemeanor
Insert text: $500
Insert text: 30
Section 108.5 [Amount] [Amount]
Insert text: $25
Insert text: $500
Section 109.2 Membership Of Board.
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Insert text: The board of appeals shall be the village board.
Section 109.2.1 Qualifications.
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(Ord. 14-26, 8-4-2014)