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First, on behalf of the officers of COAA, I would like to thank the members for electing us to lead the Code Officials Association of Alabama in the coming year. The Board has already had our first meeting, and is looking forward to the challenges ahead.
I would like to thank the many volunteers that serve on different committees. Without the gift of your time and talent, it would be impossible for this organization to function. Please consider volunteering or serving if asked. After all, it is “OUR” organization, and many hands make for a lighter load for all of us. I also need to thank the vendors who support our conference and provide additional training for our members not just at our conference, but throughout the year. It would be very difficult for our members to maintain their ICC certifications without your support.
In the coming months, I will try to visit as many Chapters and State Boards as possible. My goal is to find ideas to make COAA more effective and helpful for our members.
I look forward to working with you, and hope that you will be willing to work with us in the coming year.
Thank you and God Bless
To promote maximum safety for life, health, & property at minimum building cost through education and training of code enforcement officials.
To create a better public understanding & appreciation of the proper administration of building, housing, plumbing, electrical, & related codes & ordinances, & their importance to the safety, welfare, & prosperity of the municipality & county.
To assist Alabama municipalities & counties with the organization & maintenance of adequate code enforcement departments, codes, & ordinances.
To develop courses of instruction concerning new materials & methods of construction in cooperation with recognized education institutions & to promote proper interpretation, enforcement, & administration of codes & ordinances.
To assemble with other government officials & organized groups concerned with codes & ordinances to exchange ideas & to discuss mutual concerns
A charter chapter of the International Code Council
To improve the prestige of code enforcement officials by the promotion of high standards of efficiency in the administration of building, housing, plumbing, electrical, & related codes & ordinances through continued education & training.