2018 International Mechanical Code Amendments

The ICC International Mechanical Code/2018 (excluding appendices), as published by the International Code Council, Inc., together with the additions, insertions, deletions, and changes prescribed in this article, is hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this article the same as if fully set forth herein as the standards, rules, and regulations for the design, construction, alteration, repair, use and maintenance of buildings and structural appurtenances in the city.
(Ord. No. O-2020-05, § 1, 2-3-20)

Sec. 22-61. - Amendments.

The following sections or subsections of the mechanical code are amended as indicated:

Section 106.5.2 Fee schedule. Insert the following: Wheaton City Code, appendix B, fee schedule.

Section 106.5.3 Fee refunds. Delete in its entirety.

Section 108.4 Violation penalties. Change to read: See Wheaton City Code, section 22-3, violations; penalties.

Section 108.5 Stop work orders. Change to read: Upon notice from the code official that mechanical work is being done contrary to the provisions of this code or in a dangerous or unsafe manner, such work shall immediately cease. Such notice shall be in writing and shall be given to the owner of the property, or to the owner's agent, or to the person doing the work. The notice shall state the conditions under which work is authorized to resume. Where an emergency exists, the code official shall not be required to give a written notice prior to stopping the work. Any person who shall continue any work in or about the structure after having been served a stop work order, except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a violation or unsafe condition, shall be subject to penalties as prescribed by law.

Section 109 Means of appeals. Change to read: Any references to the board/means of appeal shall comply with Wheaton City Code, Section 22-12, means/board of appeals.

Add the following section:

Section 907.2 Other laws. Whenever any of the equipment regulated by section 907 is regulated by applicable air pollution or environmental protection laws of the state, the most restrictive provision of either shall prevail.