Nebraska City Municipal Code Book, Chapter 19, Article II, Division 3
DUTIES (for complete description, see the Municipal Code):
19-49. The board of building appeals shall establish rules and regulations for its own procedure not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter.
19-50. Where, because of conditions peculiar to a particular building, it would be unreasonably difficult to meet the literal requirements of this chapter, a variance may be granted by the board upon written application therefor stating in writing the reasons why the variance shall be made. A variance may be granted only where it is evident that reasonable safety and sanitation is assured, and may include conditions not generally specified by this chapter in order to achieve that end. The variance may include an expiration date. A copy of the variance shall be filed in the office of the building inspector and a copy shall be given to the applicant.
19-51. Whenever it is claimed that the true intent and meaning of this chapter has been wrongly interpreted or that the time allowed for compliance is unreasonable, the owner, his agent, or the occupant, as the case may be, may file a notice of appeal from a decision or order of the building inspector to the board of building appeals. Such notice shall be in writing and filed within ten (10) days after the decision or order of the building inspector has been made.
19-52. The board of building appeals, when appealed to, may modify the decision or order of the building inspector. Its decision shall be final, subject, however, to such remedy as any aggrieved person may have at law or in equity. The decision shall be in writing, filed in the office of the building inspector, and a certified copy given to the appellant.
APPOINTMENT & COMPOSITION:
19-39. The board of building appeals shall consist of five (5) members appointed by the mayor with the consent of the council. The mayor shall also appoint two (2) additional alternate members, one (1) to be designated as the first alternate and the other as the second alternate, either or both of whom may attend any meeting and may serve as voting and participating members of the board with the authority of regular board members at any time when less than the full number of regular board members is present and capable of voting. (…) To the extent practicable, the board of building appeals shall be composed of one (1) realtor or representative of a mortgage lending institute; one (1) physician or public health nurse; two (2) of any of the following: architect, engineer, contractor or building materials dealer; and one (1) member from the community at large.
19-41. Members of the board of building appeals, and alternate members, shall each be appointed for a term of five (5) years.
|Arnold Beckman||Jan Allgood|
|Deb Weddle||Bruce Stanley|
|Pat Wehling (At-Large)||Brain Lowe (Alt)|
|Tim Engel (Alt)|
Building Inspection, Alan Viox, Building Inspector, 402-873-5515