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On February 15, 1980 the Kentucky Building Code became mandatorily
effective for all buildings in Kentucky in excess ofthree stories; or in excess of
20,000 square feet; or intended for assembly, educational, institutional, or
high hazard occupancy; or business or industrial occupancy in excess of l00
persons; or for use as a frozen food locker plant.
The Kentucky Building Code became mandatorily effective for other build-
ings on a county wide basis on the following schedule;
February 15. 1980
Boyd, Campbell, Daviess, Fayette, Franklin, Jefferson, Kenton, McCracken
· and Warren.
August 15, 1981
Allen, Anderson, Barren, Bath, Bell, Boone, Bourbon, Boyle, Bracken,\Breath—
itt, Bullitt, Caldwell, Calloway, Carroll, Carter, Christian, Clark, Clay, Crit-
tenden, Estill, Fleming, Floyd, Fulton, Gallatin, Graves, Grayson, Green-
up, Hardin, Harlan, Harrison, Henderson, Henry, Hopkins, Jessamine,
Johnson, Knox, Larue, Laurel, Letcher, Lewis, Logan, Madison, Magoffin,
-- a Marshall, Marion, Mason, Mercer, Montgomery, Muhlenberg, Nelson,
O Nicholas, Oldham, Pendleton, Perry, Pike, Powell, Pulaski, Robertson,
Rowan, Scott, Shelby, Simpson, Taylor, Todd, Union, Washington, Wayne,
Webster, Whitley, Woodford.
August 15. 1982
Adair, Ballard, Breckinridge, Butler, Carlisle, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland,
Edmonson, Elliott, Garrard, Grant, Green, Hancock, Hart, Hickman, Jack-
son, Knott, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Lincoln, Livingston, Lyon, McCreary,
"` McLean, Martin, Menifee, Meade, Metcalfe, Monroe, Morgan, Ohio, Owen,
· Owsley, Rockcastle, Russell, Spencer, Trigg, Trimble and Wolfe.
Any local government may extend the Kentucky Building Code coverage
to include single family dwellings within itsjurisdiction.
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