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#176944 - 04/16/08 06:59 PM Code Cycle  
BackInTheHabit  Offline
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What Code Cycle is your state or jurisdiction operating under?

KY - Currently 2005 with 2008 expected to be adopted by July


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#176946 - 04/16/08 07:13 PM Re: Code Cycle [Re: BackInTheHabit]  
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New Jersey is under 2005 with amendments (No AFCI's biggest)
and we may see the '08 in the fall.



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#179170 - 06/29/08 11:06 AM Re: Code Cycle [Re: HotLine1]  
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Rhode Island is in 2005. Massachusetts is in 2008.


#179171 - 06/29/08 11:19 AM Re: Code Cycle [Re: mikethebull]  
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2005 here in Florida. They are still arguing about 2008. Part of the problem is we are committed to adopting the code unaltered but they are slipping electrical rules into the building code and that subverts the whole process.


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#179173 - 06/29/08 12:21 PM Re: Code Cycle [Re: gfretwell]  
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Mass. 08', as stated, as of 12:01 AM 1/1/2008

with amendments.


#179178 - 06/29/08 04:22 PM Re: Code Cycle [Re: leland]  
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2005 here in pa.2008 not until the state adopts the new building code in 2009,which would meet the 2008 nec code would not go into effect until 2010.


#181668 - 10/22/08 12:15 PM Re: Code Cycle [Re: BackInTheHabit]  
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2007 California Electrical Code which i heard is almost exact to 2005 NEC

and the local cities just adopted the 2005.

Edward


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#181828 - 11/02/08 01:17 PM Re: Code Cycle [Re: Niko]  
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The municipality I am going to start inspecting for is currently enforcing the 2002. I am told they will be going straight to the 2008 next totally skipping the 2005


#182021 - 11/16/08 10:16 AM Re: Code Cycle [Re: luckyshadow]  
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we're going '08 in dec for nfpa70, however those who have the need to interface it with 72 or 101 may be subject to the AHJ's best guess...

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