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Welcome Back

Welcome back CBOA members, our first scheduled meeting is finally here and we look forward to seeing you all once again. This year we have implemented a New On-line Registration form for you to utilize and we encourage you to use this registration moving forward. The "Meeting Registration" form is located Left on the home page at the top left for your use. We have also answered the many requests from the membership to offer a One-time registration for the year which is also attached within the Newsletter. Attached is our Newsletter and Registration location on the Website.

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CT IRC is HERE!!!!

The Connecticut version of the IRC is finally here and ready for purchase at http://shop.iccsafe.org/

We have also been informed the Electronic version of the CT IRC should be made available in about a week.

2023 Acts Affecting Municipalities

Big Thanks to David Maiden from Westbrook for sharing.

Update from OSBI

Please see attached information from State Building Inspector Omarys Vasquez.

FY23-24 Membership Drive Now Open

Please see attached Cover letter and membership application for our upcoming FY23-24. Please remember our meetings startup in September and run through the year ending in June.

Enjoy your summer and hope to see you all again in the Fall.

Lobbyist Information and Proposal

Please see attached information and proposal for discussion.

SealPact opportunity for Building Officials

Thank you again for the opportunity to present to CBOA this morning. Feel free to read more about SealPact at www.sealpact.com. We also appreciate any assistance in having as many users as possible sign up for the extended free trial (takes 5 minutes) at https://app.sealpact.com/signup. Hopefully your organization agrees that it’s better for our entire AEC ecosystem with people dynamically (or at minimum, digitally) signing and sealing documents.

Proposed BIll 979

February 22, 2023

Dear CBOA members,
I have been informed today to make the CBOA members aware of the proposed Governor's Bill 979. In short, this bill allows each town legislatively adopt an alternative building code that requires zero energy provisions for residential & commercial buildings. This bill is up for public comment on Monday 2/27/23. Please review the bill through the links below. See page 8 of 13 for the details.

DCP New HIC Registration

Dear Connecticut Building Officials,

Save the Date, ESBOF 74th Annual Spring Training Announced

SAVE THE DATE!!!!

ESBOF 74th Annual Spring Training

In Cooperation with ICC Region VI, North East Regional Coalition

AFTER A FOUR YEAR HIATUS, WE ARE BACK, LIVE AND IN PERSON!
April 16, 17 and 18, 2023
Sheraton Harborside Hotel in historic
Portsmouth, NH
Sharpen your code knowledge and inspection skills while
networking with other Code Professionals!
Focus will be on the International Residential Code

More Information to follow.

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