I'll give my best guess as I'm not able to go to AZ to verify my answer.
UBC (uniform building code) is at your local law library. IBC-2000 is
likely an addendum or supplement to the building codes. Building codes
are state law if I remember correctly and "State a MINIMUM STANDARD".
COUNTY AND CITY GOVERNMENT MAY ADD TO BUT NOT SUBTRACT FROM the building
code. County and city law are usually called ordinances. The clerk at
the law library will usually help you find these things. (because they
don't like you looking around your not an attorney). The law library is
a PUBLIC ACCESS LIBRARY.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jim Henderson
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2002 10:38 AM
Subject: [Towertalk] elusive Codes info
I am told by my local Building officials
that they now adhere to IBC-2000 codes as they
apply to Amateur towers and permits for them.
There is a reference in it to another code,
EIA/TIA-222-E-1. None of the PEs I have spoken
to here know what that is or how to get it, and
the Building people are uncooperative. Does
anyone know how/where to get a copy of this
section of EIA code?
Maricopa County, AZ
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