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Monterey City Code §2-8.00, §2-8.01

The Appeals Hearing Board consists of three members and one alternate member, and is empowered to:

  1. Hear all administrative hearings and appeals required or allowed by the City Code, including but not limited to, appeals of administrative orders; denials, suspensions, or revocations of massage establishment permits; bidder responsibility determinations; and fees, charges, costs, expenses, penalties or other sums of money owed to the City.
  2. Conduct all administrative abatement action hearings authorized by the City Code.
  3. Authorize the imposition of liens, assessments, special collection or other collection process against a responsible party and any affected property, as appropriate.
  4. Perform such other programs or functions related to administrative hearings and that the City Council or the City Manager may, from time to time, authorize or request.
Board Members
  • Kent Glenzer
  • Daryl Hawkins
  • Stephen Millich
  • Nick Yaqub (Alternate)
Monterey City Code §2-10.00, §2-10.02

The Disabled Access Appeals Board consists of five members, with special eligibility requirements:

  1. Three of the Board members shall be qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction and/or State or Federal disabled access regulations.
  2. Two members shall be physically disabled.
  3. Members may not be employees of the jurisdiction
It has the following functions, powers, and duties:
  1. Hear appeals of orders, decisions, or determinations made by the Building Official or the City’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator relative to the application, interpretation, unreasonable hardship requests, or alternate means of compliance with both State and Federal disabled access regulations.
  2. Authorize the imposition of liens, assessments, special collection or other collection process against a responsible party and any affected property, as appropriate.
  3. Hear appeals regarding actions taken by the Plans and Public Works Department regarding enforcement of laws relating to access to public accommodations by physically disabled persons.
Board Members
  • Daryl Hawkins
  • Tammy Jennings
  • Dan Stevens

For information on disability access, requesting accommodations, and the ADA plan, please see our Accessibility page.

Monterey City Code §2-9.00, §2-9.01

The Building and Housing Appeals Board consists of three members and one alternate member with special eligibility requirements: Each member and the alternate shall be qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction. Experience in residential or commercial construction projects, the building trades, code enforcement, or building inspection is preferred. Members may not be employees of the jurisdiction.

The Building and Housing Appeals Board is the designated body delegated with the authority to set, notice, and conduct public hearings required or allowed pursuant to the City Code to decide appeals of orders, decisions, or determinations made by the Building Official relative to the application and interpretation of the California Building, Fire, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical Codes and to allow the imposition of a lien, special assessment, special collection or other collection process against a responsible party and any affected property, as appropriate.

The Board is empowered to:

  1. Hear all administrative hearings and appeals orders, decisions, or determinations made by the Building Official relative to the application and interpretation of the adopted California Building, Fire, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical Codes.
  2. Authorize the imposition of liens, assessments, special collection or other collection process against a responsible party and any affected property, as appropriate
  3. The Board shall have no authority to waive requirements of the adopted California Codes.
Board Members
  • Joyce Halabi
  • Daryl Hawkins

City Manager's Office
Voice: (831) 646-3760

Nat Rojanasathira
Assistant City Manager
rojanasathira@monterey.org

Building and Safety
Voice: (831) 646-3890

Lori Williamson
Chief of Inspection Services/Building Official, ADA Coordinator
Voice: (831) 646-5642
lwilliamson@monterey.org