for TAC Review of Public Comments on TACís Recommendations Regarding Proposed
(or TAC chair if there is not a facilitator present) will serve as moderator
and assist with adopted process and groundrules.
person speaks at a time.
your comment and be concise.
will limit comments to a maximum of three-minutes (3) per person.
not read lengthy prepared statements; Summarize and submit complete text of
comment for the record.
new points and/or state agreement with previous speakers; Please do not repeat
what has been stated.
may terminate a comment if it is repeating previous comments, and not simply
stating agreement or offering new points.
TAC wants to hear all view-points to ensure all perspectives are considered,
and not repeats of the same views.
(or TAC chair) will introduce each comment on TAC recommendations.
of proposed comment will speak first.
of proposed comment will follow proponents.
will be allowed one (1) brief counterpoint opportunity to address any new
point(s) raised by previous speakers(s), but only if they address new points
specific to the comment(s) raised by the speaker(s) and if they provide new
points. No repeating of previous comments/points.
* Withdrawal of Comment: A comment on a TAC
recommendation regarding a proposed code modification may be withdrawn by the
proponent at any time prior to the TAC consideration of that comment.
TAC Review of Public Comments on TACís Recommendations
public input on a public comment on a TAC recommendation, the TAC will discuss
the comment to determine a ďsense of the TACĒ through a non-binding
show-of-hands straw poll of whether they support or do not support the comment.
conducting the straw polls the TAC should consider whether the public comment
sufficiently addresses the TACís concern(s) regarding the proposed code modification,
or does not address the TACís concern(s). 75% threshold used for straw poll.
A proposed comment shall not
be considered by the TAC if it:
Is not legible;
Changes the scope of the original proposed modification and/or
TACís recommendation regarding the modification; or,
Is not readily understood so that a proper assessment of
its impact on the original proposed modification and/or TACís recommendation
regarding the modification can be determined.
should not attempt to revise or amend the comments in any way.
comments will be submitted to the Commission as TACís comments on public comments
submitted regarding TACís recommendations on proposed modifications to the
Florida Building Code.
Commission will receive the TACís recommendations regarding proposed Code modifications
(TAC recommendations developed during the April 2016 TAC meetings) and TAC
comments on public comments submitted on TAC recommendations developed during
the July 2016 TAC meetings.
Commission will consider the TACs recommendations and comments on public
comments during a rule development workshop conducted during the August 18-19,
2016 Commission meeting, and conduct a rule adoption hearing on the final
version of the Code on June 8, 2017. The TACs will review proposed Glitch
amendments after the Codeís effective date of December 31, 2017, if needed.