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Ordinance 1996-01

1994 ARKANSAS ENERGY CODE
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN
OF NEW BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES OR PORTIONS THEREOF AND
ADDITIONS TO EXISTING BUILDINGS THAT PROVIDE FACILITIES OR
SHELTER FOR PUBLIC ASSEMBLY, EDUCATION, BUSINESS, MERCANTILE,
INSTITUTIONAL, STORAGE, AND RESIDENTIAL OCCUPANCIES, AS WELL AS
THOSE PORTIONS OF FACTORY AND INDUSTRIAL OCCUPANCIES
DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR HUMAN OCCUPANCY BY REGULATING THEIR
EXTERIOR ENVELOPES AND THE SELECTION OF THEIR HVAC. SERVICE
WATER HEATING, ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION AND ILLUMINATING
SYSTEMS, AND EQUIPMENT FOR EFFECTIVE USE OF ENERGY.
Be it enacted by the City Council of Johnson, Arkansas
Section 1. ADOPTION OF ENERGY CODE.
There is hereby adopted by the City Council of Johnson, Arkansas, for the purpose
of establishing rules and regulations for energy efficient standards for new building
construction, this code known as the 1994 Arkansas Energy Code, being particularly the
1994 edition thereof and the whole thereof, save and except such portions as are
hereinafter deleted, modified, or amended, or which not less than three (3) copies have
been and now are filed in the office of the Clerk or Recorder of the City of Johnson,
Arkansas, and the same are hereby adopted and incorporate as fully as if set out at length
herein, and from the date on which this ordinance shall take effect, the provisions thereof
shall be controlling in the construction of all buildings and structures therein contained
within the corporate limits of the City of Johnson, Arkansas.
Section 2 INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES REPEALED.
Ordinances or parts thereof in force at the lime that this ordinance shall take effect
and inconsistent herewith, are hereby repealed.
Sections. EMERGENCY CLAUSE.
Whereas it is of the utmost urgency that the City of Johnson, Arkansas, have an pto-
date Energy Code to protect the citizens of our city, therefore, an Emergency is hereby
declared to exist and this ordinance being necessary for the immediate protection of the
public shall take effect immediately on its passage and approval.