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    Name:   MTAS - Administrative Hearing Officer CLE Credit Continuing Education  
    Code:   MTAS-OL-CLEAHO  
    Price:   $250.00  
    Length:   6.5 hours  
    Delivery Mode:   Web-based Training (Online)  

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    The Administrative Hearing Officer program provides training for both codes officials and those seeking to become administrative hearing officers. Pursuant to T.C.A. § 6-54-1001 et seq., a city can, via ordinance, create an administrative hearing office with jurisdiction to hear violations of certain locally-adopted codes, including building codes and property maintenance codes. The law also allows a city, through its administrative hearing officer, to levy fines for such violations in excess of $50. Successful completion of this training authorizes certain participants to serve as municipal administrative hearing officers.

    Topics include:
    •The statutory authorization
    •Mechanics of Public Chapter No. 1128
    •The Administrative Hearing Process.

    This course has been approved by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a maximum of _6.5__ hours of credit.

    AHO Continuing Ed

    This course will provide an overview of the duties of a certified administrative hearing officer and an overview of best practices.
    This course will cover the following:
    • A review of the provisions that govern the AHO Program
    • Case examples and case studies
    • The importance of working with the code official
    • An overview of Tennessee’s open meetings and public records acts
    • Information on additional tools a City can use to correct building and property maintenance violations
    Speakers:

    John Anderson, Esq., Grant, Konvalinka, and Harrison, P.C.
    David Brace, Director, Public Service Department, City of Knoxville
    Robert Moyers, Neighborhood Codes Enforcement Manager, City of Knoxville
    Robert Archibald, Property Maintenance Code Inspector, City of Columbia
    Elisha D. Hodge, UT / MTAS Legal Consultant

     

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