BCAB Minutes 07/20/2017
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Building Code Appeals Board
BCAB Minutes 2017
BCAB Minutes 07/20/2017
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City of Clive
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oli*1Clive <br />Community Development <br />1900 NW 114th ST <br />Clive, IA 50325 <br />(515)223-6221 <br />BUILDING CODE APPEALS BOARD (515)457-3091 Fax <br />MEETING MINUTES www.cityofclive.com <br />July 20, 2017 <br />VOORHEES CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AT 5:31 P.M. <br />PRESENT: BANNISTER, BUNCE, HARRINGTON, VOORHEES <br />ABSENT: WEBSTER <br />STAFF: MAYER, RIVERA <br />MOTION WAS MADE BY BANNISTER, SECONDED BY BUNCE to approve April 20, 2017 <br />minutes <br />VOTE: YES - UNANIMOUS <br />MOTION WAS MADE BY BANNISTER, SECONDED BY BUNCE to receive and file <br />additional e-mails that were received after the packets were sent to board members. <br />VOTE: YES - UNANIMOUS <br />Case #17-2001: 16437 Oakbrook DR - Variance to Swimming Pool code to allow for a <br />technical swimming pool to exist without the required barrier <br />Staff received a complaint about a landscape feature at the subject address. The complainant <br />was concerned that the pond was large enough that a potential drowning could occur if a <br />child were to inadvertently stumble into it. <br />Staff investigated the complaint and concluded that the pond is in violation of the <br />swimming pool code since it has a surface area in excess of 50 sf and does not have the <br />required barrier (6' non -climbable fence). If the pond was 50 sf or less it would not be <br />considered a pool and would not require a barrier. <br />At the time the pond was built, the code did not address landscape features. The applicant <br />states he contacted the city and was told he needed no permit and could install the pond. <br />The applicant stated the original pond was much smaller, but since his child fell in, he <br />created a barrier of boulders and extended the width to allow for a 1-11/z' deep edge as an <br />additional safety feature. <br />
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