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QUESTION OF THE WEEK

Should the decision by the state’s Uniform Construction
Codes to mandate fire sprinklers in new residential construction projects be
appealed? Why or why not?

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Should the decision by the state’s Uniform Construction
Codes to mandate fire sprinklers in new residential construction projects be
appealed? Why or why not?

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Yes.
Click here for No.

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the county where you live. The deadline to respond is 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9.

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