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Ord 16-85 2/5/1985 ORDINANCE NO. &- (Y9 ORDINANCE AMENDING THE STANDARD BUILDING CODE AS ADOPTED BY SECTION 7-14 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS BY ADDING SECTION 507 . 16 TO PROVIDE PROVISIONS FOR SPECIAL MALL BUILDINGS. WHEREAS, Section 507 of the Standard Building Code regulates the construction of covered mall buildings; and, WHEREAS, there is a need to adopt changes in said Section to address mall buildings of less than fifteen thousand (15 ,000) square feet. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS , TEXAS, THAT: Section 507 of the Standard Building Code is hereby amended by adding Section 507. 16 - Special Covered Mall Buildings, to read as follows : "Section 507 . 16 - Special Covered Mall Buildings (a) Covered mall buildings, as defined in Section 507. 2 , are exempt from the provisions of Section 507 when the following conditions are met : 1. Height and area limitations - Buildings are limited to two (2) stories in height. The floor does not exceed 15 , 000 square feet gross, and there are no area or height modifications , under Section 402 . 2 and 403 .3 , 2. Types of construction permitted - Buildings are Type I or II , protected or unprotected, Type III, or Type IV or V, one-hour protected, 3 . Types of occupancies permitted - Occupancy classi- fications are limited to Groups B, business; M, mercantile; S, storage; or A, small assembly, 4 . Tenant Separation - Each tenant is separated from adjoining tenants by one (1) -hour fire resistive partition walls extending from the top of the floor below to the floor or roof deck above, or to the ceiling above if such ceiling is part of a one-hour fire resistive assembly. Tenant storage areas that exceed twenty-five (25) percent of the gross tenant space are separated from the retail or business area by one (1) -hour fire resistive partition walls. Opening protectives within such walls are rated at a minimum of three quarter (3/4) hour, 5 . Exits - a. A permissible occupant load as determined by dividing the gross leasable area of the building by thirty (30) , such exit requirements for the gross leasable area of the covered mall building on the occupant load thus determined, b. The maximum distance of travel from any point within a mall to the exterior, an exit enclosure , a horizontal exit or an exit passageway does not exceed one hundred fifty (150) feet. If a sprinkler system, as required by Section 507 . 16 (6) , is installed, the distance may be increased to two hundred (200) feet , c. All other exiting requirements complying with Section 507 . 5 (b) , (e) , (f) , (h) , (i) , (j ) , (k) , (1) and (m) , (A4. The dead end of a mall does not exceed thirty (30) feet. 6. Mall Width - The minimum width of the mall is as follows : Fire Protection Provided (Note 1) Minimum Width of Mall Approved Sprinkler System, excluding the mall. Fifteen (15) feet. Approved Smoke Detection System, excluding the mall. Approved Sprinkler System, excluding the mall. Twenty (20) feet. Approved Smoke Detection System, excluding the mall. Twenty-Five (25) feet. Note 1 - The sprinkler system shall be installed in compliance with N.F .P.A. 13 . An approved smoke detection system shall be provided for all tenant spaces, offices, and storage rooms , shall be wired 115 volt AC, and shall be supervised by an approved central station, proprietary or remote station alarm service which will give an audible signal at a constantly attended station, in addition to a general alarm within the building . 7 . No open structure, business or display, the placement of which contributes to the spread of fire within or across the mall. This requirement does not prohibit the placement of benches, vending machines, planters, etc . , when such placement does not create an egress obstruction. " PASSED AND APPROVED this the 5th day of February, 1985 . V/ A Y O R ATTEST: C ty Clerk Affidavit of Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WICHITA (Paste Clipping Here) • ORDINANCE NO.12-85 On this 1 day of March 1 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 32-84, THE 19 8 rj the undersigned authority LANDMARK ORDINANCE, TO' A.D. • personally appeared before me, ADD,; THE HARDIN ADMINIS- TRATION: BUILDING OF MID WESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY Toni 'Belvedere , bookkeeper AS A WICHITA FALLS LAND- MARK • ORDINANCE NO.13-85 j for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the ORDINANCE CLOSING HEAR- ING AND FINDING CERTAIN Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in BUILDINGS AND/OR STRUC- TURES TO BE DANGEROUS:j ' COMMANDING PROPERTY I Wichita County, Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states OWNERS TO REPAIR OR DE- MOLISH SAID BUILDINGS that the attached.advertisement is a true and correct cosy of advertising AND/OR STRUCTURES WITHIN, ' THIRTY(30)DAYS OF THE DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS ORDI- (1N issues thereof or. the following NANCE AND DECLARING AN 1 published in F� EMERGENCY • dates: ORDINANCE NO.14-85 I AN ORDINANCE WAIVING THE March 1 MINIMUM BUILDING SET BACK '/ REQUIREMENTS FOR LOT 25-A, .4 - / •-, BLOCK B, WYATT SOUTHSIDE )_ - Jy ADDITION, WICHITA FALLS, �.-%f��-!i .� ) / 4'_ 4 .-- • TEXAS ORDINANCE NO.15-85 ., Bookkeeper for Times Publishing Company ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- Of Wichita Fa1lS TIONS 111.1, 111.2 and 111.3 OF THE STANDARD BUILDING CODE ADOPTED BY SECTION -- — 7-14 OF THE CODE OF ORDI- - Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day.and year first above NANCES OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TO CHANGE kL) written. THE NAME OF THE BOARD OF 4 ..ADJUSTMENTS AND APPEALS, {� c I A TO MOD THEIR ERMS O / JI) A AND TO MODIFY THE TERMS OF ,�(�-'�L4 ✓OFFICE AND QUORUM. ' ORDINANCE NO.16-85 $ ORDINANCE AMENDING THE • STANDARD BUILDING CODE AS — ADOPTED BY SECTION 7-14 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS BY ADDING SECTJON 507416.TO PROVIDE PROS ISTONS FOR " ry„�;,, SPECIAL MALL`BQILDINGSr '4.0. `'' ORDINANCE N0.17-85 A TOY DA•IS ORDINANCE AMENDING ` y , �(/1 g• CHAPTER 29 OF THE CODE OF c°ar Public, Texas !_7L }( ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF.`. .../c:)q Iv-y Conxnlsslcn Dxpires.._ _........,.akeii WICHITA FALLS BY AMENDING ARTICLE XI, ESTABLISHING A '+::c:'•° COMPREHENSIVE SET OF REGU- LATIONS APPLICABLE TO . WRECKER BUSINESSES OPERAT- ING WITHIN THE CITY OF + WICHITA FALLS; DEFINING TERMS; TYPES OF ACCIDENTS WRECKED, DISABLED AND FOR WRECKER SERVICES; SET- COVERED; CERTAIN EXCEP- POLICE PULL VEHICLES;PROVID- TING STORAGE AND IMPOUND TIONS; PROVIDING FOR'PER- ING WRECKER ROTATION LIST FEES; REQUIRING CERTAIN VE- MITTING OF WRECKER BUSI- j WITH A MAXIMUM NUMBER HICLES TO BE REMOVED TO THE NESSES AND YEARLY FEES; ALLOWABLE;PROVIDING FOR A CITY IMPOUND YARD;PROVID- PROVIDING FOR INSPECTION WAITING UST FOR PLACES ON ING FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AS AND CERTIFICATION OF j THE WRECKER ROTATION LIST; WELL AS JUDICIAL ENFORCE- WRECKERS AND FEES; REQUIR- ) PROHIBITING THE SOLICI- ! MENT OF THESE PROVISIONS; ING THE MARKING OF WRECK- ' TATION OF WRECKER BUSINESS , I PROVIDING A PENALTY OF ERS WITH BUSINESS OR OWN- ON PUBLIC STREETS; PROHIBIT- ' i SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION ERSHIP INDENTIFICATION; RE- ! ING THE INTERRUPTION OF I OF A PERMIT;,PROVIDING A QUIRING INSURANCE TO BE I ; POLICE RADIO BROADCASTS; PENALTY OF A MAXIMUM FINE CARRIED BY WRECKER SER- I PROMULGATING CERTAIN OF $200.00; AND DECLARING VICES; REQUIRING PERMITS ' DUTIES OF PERMITTEES; REGU- AN EMERGENCY. I AND CERTIFICATIONS TO BE I :1 LATING FEES AND CHARGES SHOWN ON DEMAND;PROVID- ING FOR THE REMOVAL OF