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25.07.010 Established-Terms-Vacancies.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 176955, effective October 9, 2002.)  There is hereby created and established a Board of Appeal in the Plumbing Division of the Bureau of Development Services consisting of three members appointed by the Mayor.  One member shall be a plumbing contractor whose experience and training qualify him to decide matters concerning the safety of installations and devices regulated by this Title; one member shall be a person engaged in the design of plumbing installations whose experience and training qualify him to decide matters concerning the safety of installations and devices regulated by this Title and one member who shall be a member of the public at large.  The Chief Engineer of the Water Bureau and the City Health Officer shall be advisory members of the Board.  The advisory members shall serve with the three regular members of the Board when valves, devices, or appliances used for the supplying and flushing of plumbing fixtures and traps are submitted to the Board of Examination for tests.

At the constitution of the Board, one member shall be appointed for the term of 1 year, one member for the term of 2 years, and one member for the term of 3 years.  After the expiration of the term of office of the members first appointed, appointments shall be made for a term of 3 years; provided, that the members of the Board at the time of the passage of this Code shall continue in office during the term for which they were originally appointed.  No member shall sit in a case in which he is directly or indirectly interested.  All vacancies occurring on the Board of Appeals, other than advisory members, for whatever cause shall be filled by the Mayor, either permanently or temporarily, as the case may demand.  Any member of the Board of Appeals may be removed by the Mayor for malfeasance in office, incapacity, or neglect of duty.  The members of the Board shall serve without pay.