Monmouth-Ocean County Building Officials Association


ICC Chapter # 58
" Our objective shall be to improve the standards of building code practices; to provide a clearing house for the collection and distribution of useful information relating to building code principles; to educate the public on the true nature and importance of the work preformed by the building code officials; to sponsor legislative proposals designed to improve building codes techniques; to elevate the standard of personal requirements of building code officials; to cooperate with others public and private agencies interested in improving building code administration; in every proper way to promote justice and equity in all building code programs; and as an ICC Chapter, operate within the guidelines of our parent organization." 

Special Meeting
Tour of JCP&L Regional Dispatch Office 
and Presentation of Their Storm Response and
Outage Restoration Process 

Tuesday April 29, 2014
10:00am to 11:30am
Red Bank Headquarters
Navesink Room (3rd Floor)
331 Newman Springs Rd., Bldg. 3 Suite 325
Red Bank, NJ 07701

RSVP: Dennis Pino dpino@hazlettwp.org


Regular Meeting/Education Class
Class Topic: Pending
Wednesday, May 7th
(Monmouth County Fire Academy 12:00pm)





International Code Council Government Relations Update
March 2014
Super Important: Deadline This Month For Voting Members
>CLICK HERE FOR  MORE INFO<



News and Events



Employment Opportunity

PART-TIME – ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR – WALL TOWNSHIP, Monmouth County.  20 to 24 hours per week (maximum 28 hours), three days per week.  Must have valid HHS and Subcode license, valid NJ driver’s license is required.   A background check will be completed prior to hire.  Send resume to Paul Rabenda, Construction Official, Wall Twp.,prabenda@townshipofwall.com or mail to: 2700 Allaire Rd., Wall, NJ 07719: submit by May 7, 2014 

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BUILDING SAFETY CONFERENCE
May 7th, 8th & 9th Bally's
>Click Here for more info<


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Flood Elevation Rule FAQs:
In order to better protect lives and property following Superstorm Sandy, the State has adopted emergency rules that set minimum elevation standards for the reconstruction of houses and buildings in areas that are in danger of flooding. The FAQs answer some of the most common questions. Go to the link above to read the FAQs. For guidance on how to navigate flood maps on FEMA’s site, please go toAccessing Flood Zone Maps Through FEMA's Website.



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Elected Officers for 2014

President: Dennis Pino

Vice President: Nick Fabiano

Treasurer: George Selah Jr.

Secretary: Stephen LoSacco

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