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INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL2012 CODE DEVELOPMENT CYCLE2012 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC HEARINGON THE 2012 EDITIONS OF THEINTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE SEWAGE DISPOSAL CODE HELD IN DALLAS, TEXASAPRIL 29TH – MAY 6THPUBLIC COMMENT DEADLINES:AUGUST 1ST, 2012

First PrintingPublication Date: June 2012Copyright 2012ByInternational Code Council, Inc.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This 2012/2013 Code Development Cycle Report of the Public Hearing on the 2012Editions of the International Codes is a copyrighted work owned by the International Code Council, Inc. Withoutadvanced written permission from the copyright owner, no part of this book may be reproduced, distributed, ortransmitted in any form or by any means, including, without limitations, electronic, optical or mechanical means(by way of example and not limitation, photocopying, or recording by or in an information storage retrievalsystem). For information on permission to copy material exceeding fair use, please contact: Publications, 4051West Flossmoor Road, Country Club Hills, IL 60478 (Phone 1-888-422-7233).Trademarks: “International Code Council,” the “International Code Council” logo are trademarks of theInternational Code Council, Inc.PRINTED IN THE U.S.A.

TABLE OF CONTENTSPageIntroduction . iPublic Comment Office Location . iICC Website . iiModifications by Public Comment . iiFinal Action Consideration . iiCall for Adoption Information. iiGroup C Code Development . iiReferenced Standards Updates . iiICC Code Development Schedule .iiiICC Code Development Procedures (Council Policy CP #28). vReport of Public Hearing Table of Contents . xviiii

INTRODUCTIONThis publication contains the 2012 Report of the Public Hearing (Group A) on the proposed revisions to theInternational Building Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, International PlumbingththCode, and International Private Sewage Disposal Code held in Dallas, Texas, April 29 – May 6 .This report includes the recommendation of the code development committee and the committee’s reason oneach proposed item. It also includes actions taken by the assembly in accordance with Section 5.7 of the ICCCouncil Policy CP#28-05 Code Development (CP #28). Where the committee or assembly action was “Approvedas Modified”, the proposed change, or a portion thereof, is included herein with the modification indicated instrikeout/underline format. Where this report indicates “Withdrawn by Proponent” the proposed change waswithdrawn by the proponent and is not subject to any further consideration.The text of the original code change proposals is published in the monograph titled 2012/2013 Code DevelopmentCycle Proposed Changes to the 2012 Editions of the International Building Code, International Fuel Gas Code,International Mechanical Code, International Plumbing Code, International Private Sewage Disposal Code.Proposals on which there was a successful assembly action will be automatically included on the applicable finalaction agenda for individual consideration and voting by eligible voting members in accordance with Section 6.1.2of CP #28.Persons who wish to recommend an action other than that taken at the public hearing may submit a publiccomment in accordance with Section 6.0 of the ICC CP #28. The deadline for receipt of public comments isstAugust 1 , 2012. Proposals which receive a public comment will be included on the final action agenda forindividual consideration and voting by eligible voting members in accordance with Section 6.1.1 of CP #28.Proposals which do not receive a public comment will be included in the consent agenda.SEND PUBLIC COMMENTS TO THE FOLLOWING OFFICE VIA REGULAR MAIL OR EMAIL:Send to:Chicago District Office4051 West Flossmoor RoadCountry Club Hills, IL 60478-5795Fax: 708/799-0320publiccomments@iccsafe.orgAcronymICC Code Name (Code change number prefix)IBCIFGCIMCIPCIPSDCInternational Building Code (E, FS, G, S)International Fuel Gas Code (FG)International Mechanical Code (M)International Plumbing Code (P)International Private Sewage Disposal Code (PSD)2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSi

ICC WEBSITE - WWW.ICCSAFE.ORGWhile great care has been exercised in the publication of this document, errata may occur. Errata will be postedon the ICC website at www.iccsafe.org. Users are encouraged to review the ICC Website for errata to the2012/2013 Code Development Cycle Proposed Changes (Group A) and the 2012 Report of the Public Hearing.COMMITTEE ACTION ON CODE CHANGE PROPOSALS RELATIVE TO IBC CHAPTER 34 ANDIEBCCode change proposals which address the scope and application of the International Building Code, Chapter 34,and the International Existing Building Code were considered by the IBC-General Committee during thesehearings. (See Code Change Proposals numbered G-201-12, G-202-12, and G-205-12). The action taken by theIBC-General Committee coupled with the final action taken at the 2012 Final Action Hearings will be limited to anadvisory recommendation to the ICC Board of Directors who will determine the final disposition on theseproposed changes.MODIFICATIONS BY PUBLIC COMMENTSection 6.4.3 of CP #28 allows modifications to be proposed by a public comment to code changes forconsideration at the Final Action Hearings. For the modification to be considered at the Final Action Hearings, thepublic comment must request Approval as Modified with the specific modification included in the public comment.The modification must be within the scope of the original proposed code change and relevant to the specific issuein the original code change.FINAL ACTION CONSIDERATIONIn summary, the items that will be on the agenda for individual consideration and action are:1. Proposed changes that received a successful Assembly Action (Section 5.7); and2. Proposed changes that received a public comment (Section 6.0).CALL FOR ADOPTION INFORMATIONPlease take a minute to visit the ICC Code Adoption Maps at www.iccsafe.org/gr/Pages/adoptions.aspx, scroll tothe bottom of the page and click on one of the jurisdiction maps and review the information as it relates to yourjurisdiction. To see state/jurisdiction in chart form (PDF), go to Related Links (right side of screen) and choose therelated file. If your jurisdiction is not listed, or is listed with incorrect information, click on the Code AdoptionResources (left side of screen), and click on Submit Adoption Info and provide correct information.ICC BOARD APPROVES GROUP C CODE DEVELOPMENT IN 2014At the April 28th Board meeting, the Board approved the creation of a Group C Cycle of Code Development in2014. The code development process for the 2012 IgCC will be relocated from its current Group B position in2013 to a newly created Group C in 2014. The Board determined this to be necessary due primarily to twofactors, namely: the anticipated increase in Group B code change volume as evidenced by the Group A codeswhich saw an increase in volume of almost 25%; and a current Group B code grouping which, due to the additionof the IgCC, results in a code change volume which was not anticipated when the Board revised the process in2009, prior to the development of the IgCC. See p. iii for an updated schedule reflecting the change. As noted onthe schedule, the code change deadline for the IgCC will be January 6, 2014 with the remaining dates to bedetermined once the dates and locations of the 2014 Code Development Hearing and Annual Conference/FinalAction Hearing are determined.REFERENCED STANDARDS UPDATESIn accordance with Section 4.5 of CP #28, referenced standards updates for all I-Codes will be included in asingle code change proposal and heard at the Code Development Hearings by the ICC Administrative CodeDevelopment Committee (IADMIN) which will conduct its code change hearings during the Group B hearings April21 – 28, 2013 in Dallas, TX. Note that this will include referenced standards updates for the IgCC as well.2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSii

2012/2013/2014 ICC CODE DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULE(Updated May 18,2012)THIS UPDATE REMOVES THE IgCC FROM GROUP B TO A NEW GROUP C IN 2014DATE2012 – Group A CodesSTEP IN CODEDEVELOPMENTCYCLEIBC, IFGC, IMC, IPC, IPSDC2012 EDITION OF ICODES PUBLISHEDDEADLINE FOR RECEIPTOF APPLICATIONS FORALL CODE COMMITTEES2013 – Group B Codes Admin,ICCPC, IEBC, IECC, IFC, IPMC,ISPSC, IRC, IWUIC, IZCApril 30, 20112014 – Group C CodeIgCC(See notes for dateinformation)March 31, 2012June 1, 2011 (updated to July 1 for IECC and IRC – Energy; August 1 for IgCC and ISPSC)DEADLINE FOR RECEIPTOF CODE CHANGEPROPOSALSJanuary 3, 2012January 3, 2013January 6, 2014WEB POSTING OF“PROPOSED CHANGESTO THE I-CODES”March 12, 2012March 11, 2013March TBDDISTRIBUTION DATE OF“PROPOSED CHANGESTO THE I-CODES” (CDonly)April 2, 2012April 1, 2013April TBDApril 29 – May 6, 2012April 21 – 28, 2013April/May TBDSheraton Dallas HotelSheraton Dallas Hotel(Date/location pending)Dallas, TXDallas, TXWEB POSTING OF“REPORT OF THE PUBLICHEARING”June 8, 2012May 31, 2013DISTRIBUTION DATEOF “REPORT OF THEPUBLIC HEARING” (CDonly)June 29, 2012June 21, 2013June/July TBDAugust 1, 2012July 15, 2013July/August TBDWEB POSTING OFPUBLIC COMMENTS“FINAL ACTION AGENDA”September 10, 2012August 28, 2013August/September TBDDISTRIBUTION DATE OFPUBLIC COMMENTS“FINAL ACTION AGENDA”(CD only)October 1, 2012September 16, 2013September/October TBDCODE DEVELOPMENTHEARING (CDH)DEADLINE FORRECEIPT OF PUBLICCOMMENTSFINAL ACTIONHEARING (FAH)ANNUAL CONFERENCESJune TBDOctober 24 – 28, 2012October 2 – 9, 2013October/November TBDOregon Convention CenterAtlantic City Convention Center(Date/location pending)Portland, OROctober 21 – 24, 2012Atlantic City, NJSeptember 29 – October 2, 2013October/November TBDOregon Convention CenterAtlantic City Convention Center(Date/location pending)Portland, ORAtlantic City, NJ2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSiii

Notes: New Group C in 2014: The deadline for receipt of code change proposals to the 2012 IgCC is January 6, 2014. All otherGroup C dates are pending confirmation of the dates of the CDH and FAH. As soon as the CDH and FAH dates aredetermined, an updated schedule will be posted. Be sure to review the “Group A and Group B Code Development Committee Responsibilities” posted atwww.iccsafe.org/responsibilities which identifies committee responsibilities which are different than Group A andGroup B codes which may impact the applicable code change cycle and resulting code change deadline. The International Green Construction Code (IgCC) and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC) weresubjected to a full cycle of code development in 2011 resulting in 2012 editions published in March/2012 Group B “Admin” includes the administrative update of referenced standards in the 2012 I-Codes and code changeproposals submitted to Chapter 1 of all the I-Codes except the ICCPC, IECC and IRC A comprehensive review of the 2012 – 2014 code groupings will be performed upon receipt of IgCC code changeproposals in January/2014 with the potential for 2015 – 2017 code groupings to change. Any changes will be posted atthat time. The 2015 – 2017 Cycle will begin with Group A code change proposals due January 5, 2015.2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSiv

CP# 28-05 CODE DEVELOPMENTApproved:Revised:9/24/0510/29/11CP # 28-05 is an update to ICC’s Code Development Process for the International Codes dated May 15, 2004.1.0Introduction1.1Purpose: The purpose of this Council Policy is to prescribe the Rules of Procedure utilized in thecontinued development and maintenance of the International Codes (Codes).1.2Objectives: The ICC Code Development Process has the following objectives:1.2.11.2.21.2.31.3The timely evaluation and recognition of technological developments pertaining toconstruction regulations.The open discussion of proposals by all parties desiring to participate.The final determination of Code text by public officials actively engaged in theadministration, formulation or enforcement of laws, ordinances, rules or regulationsrelating to the public health, safety and welfare and by honorary members.Code Publication: The ICC Board of Directors (ICC Board) shall determine the title and thegeneral purpose and scope of each Code published by the ICC.1.3.1Code Correlation: The provisions of all Codes shall be consistent with one another sothat conflicts between the Codes do not occur. Where a given subject matter orcode text could appear in more than one Code, the ICC Board shall determine whichCode shall be the primary document, and therefore which code development committeeshall be responsible for review and maintenance of the code text. Duplication of contentor text between Codes shall be limited to the minimum extent necessary for practicalusability of the Codes, as determined in accordance with Section 4.4.1.4Process Maintenance: The review and maintenance of the Code Development Process andthese Rules of Procedure shall be by the ICC Board. The manner in which ICC codes aredeveloped embodies core principles of the organization. One of those principles is that the finalcontent of ICC codes is determined by a majority vote of the governmental and honorarymembers. It is the policy of the Board that there shall be no change to this principle without theaffirmation of two-thirds of the governmental and honorary members responding.1.5Secretariat: The Chief Executive Officer shall assign a Secretariat for each of the Codes. Allcorrespondence relating to code change proposals and public comments shall be addressed tothe Secretariat.1.6Recording: Individuals requesting permission to record any meeting or hearing, or portionthereof, shall be required to provide the ICC with a release of responsibility disclaimer andshall acknowledge that ICC shall retain sole ownership of the recording, and that they haveinsurance coverage for liability and misuse of recording materials. Equipment and the processused to record shall, in the judgment of the ICC Secretariat, be conducted in a manner that isnot disruptive to the meeting. The ICC shall not be responsible for equipment, personnel or anyother provision necessary to accomplish the recording. An unedited copy of the recording shallbe forwarded to ICC within 30 days of the meeting. Recordings shall not otherwise be copied,reproduced or distributed in any manner. Recordings shall be returned to ICC or destroyed uponthe request of ICC.2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSv

2.0Code Development Cycle2.1Intent: The code development cycle shall consist of the complete consideration of code changeproposals in accordance with the procedures herein specified, commencing with thedeadline for submission of code change proposals (see Section 3.5) and ending withpublication of final action on the code change proposals (see Section 7.6).2.2New Editions: The ICC Board shall determine the schedule for publishing new editions of theCodes. Each new edition shall incorporate the results of the code development activity since thelast edition.2.3Supplements: The results of code development activity between editions may be published.2.4Emergency Procedures:2.4.1Scope: Emergency actions are limited to those issues representing an immediatethreat to health and safety that warrant a more timely response than allowed by theCode Development Process schedule.2.4.2Initial Request: A request for an emergency action shall be based upon perceivedthreats to health and safety and shall be reviewed by the ICC Codes and StandardsCouncil for referral to the Board of Directors for action with their analysis andrecommendation.2.4.3Board and Member Action: In the event that the ICC Board determines that anemergency amendment to any Code is warranted, the same may be adopted by the ICCBoard. Such action shall require an affirmative vote of at least two-thirds of the ICCBoard.The ICC membership shall be notified within ten days after the ICC Boards’ official actionof any emergency amendment. At the next Annual Business Meeting, any emergencyamendment shall be presented to the members for ratification by a majority of the ICCGovernmental Member Representatives and Honorary Members present and voting.All code revisions pursuant to these emergency procedures and the reasons for suchcorrective action shall be published as soon as practicable after ICC Board action. Suchrevisions shall be identified as an emergency amendment.Emergency amendments to any Code shall not be considered as a retro-activerequirement to the Code. Incorporation of the emergency amendment into the adoptedCode shall be subjected to the process established by the adopting authority.3.0Submittal of Code Change Proposals3.1Intent: Any interested person, persons or group may submit a code change proposal which willbe duly considered when in conformance to these Rules of Procedure.3.2Withdrawal of Proposal: A code change proposal may be withdrawn by the proponent (WP)at any time prior to Final Action Consideration of that proposal. A withdrawn code changeproposal shall not be subject to a public hearing, motions, or Final Action Consideration.3.3Form and Content of Code Change Submittals: Each code change proposal shall besubmitted separately and shall be complete in itself. Each submittal shall contain the followinginformation:3.3.1Proponent: Each code change proposal shall include the name, title, mailing address,telephone number, and email address of the proponent. Email addresses shall bepublished with the code change proposals unless the proponent otherwise requests onthe submittal form.2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSvi

3.3.1.13.3.1.23.3.2If a group, organization or committee submits a code change proposal,an individual with prime responsibility shall be indicated.If a proponent submits a code change on behalf of a client, group,organization or committee, the name and mailing address of the client,group, organization or committee shall be indicated.Code Reference: Each code change proposal shall relate to the applicable codesections(s) in the latest edition of the Code.3.3.2.13.3.2.2If more than one section in the Code is affected by a code change proposal,appropriate proposals shall be included for all such affected sections.If more than one Code is affected by a code change proposal, appropriateproposals shall be included for all such affected Codes and appropriate crossreferencing shall be included in the supporting information.3.3.3Multiple code change proposals to a code section. A proponent shall not submitmultiple code change proposals to the same code section. When a proponent submitsmultiple code change proposals to the same section, the proposals shall beconsidered as incomplete proposals and processed in accordance with Section 4.3.This restriction shall not apply to code change proposals that attempt to address differingsubject matter within a code section.3.3.4Text Presentation: The text proposal shall be presented in the specific wording desiredwith deletions shown struck out with a single line and additions shown underlined with asingle line.3.3.4.13.3.4.23.3.4.33.3.4.43.3.4.53.3.5A charging statement shall indicate the referenced code section(s) andwhether the proposal is intended to be an addition, a deletion or a revision toexisting Code text.Whenever practical, the existing wording of the text shall be preserved withonly such deletions and additions as necessary to accomplish the desiredchange.Each proposal shall be in proper code format and terminology.Each proposal shall be complete and specific in the text to eliminateunnecessary confusion or misinterpretation.The proposed text shall be in mandatory terms.Supporting Information: Each code change proposal shall include sufficientsupporting information to indicate how the proposal is intended to affect the intent andapplication of the Code.3.3.5.1Purpose: The proponent shall clearly state the purpose of the proposedcode change (e.g. clarify the Code; revise outdated material; substitute newor revised material for current provisions of the Code; add new requirementsto the Code; delete current requirements, etc.)3.3.5.2Reasons: The proponent shall justify changing the current Code provisions,stating why the proposal is superior to the current provisions of the Code.Proposals which add or delete requirements shall be supported by alogical explanation which clearly shows why the current Code provisionsare inadequate or overly restrictive, specifies the shortcomings of the currentCode provisions and explains how such proposals will improve the Code.3.3.5.3Substantiation: The proponent shall substantiate the proposed codechange based on technical information and substantiation. Substantiationprovided which is reviewed in accordance with Section 4.2 and determinedas not germane to the technical issues addressed in the proposed codechange may be identified as such. The proponent shall be notified that theproposal is considered an incomplete proposal in accordance with Section2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSvii

4.3 and the proposal shall be held until the deficiencies are corrected. Theproponent shall have the right to appeal this action in accordance with thepolicy of the ICC Board. The burden of providing substantiating material lieswith the proponent of the code change proposal. All substantiating materialpublished by ICC is material that has been provided by the proponent and inso publishing ICC makes no representations or warranties about its quality oraccuracy.3.3.5.4Bibliography: The proponent shall submit a bibliography of anysubstantiating material submitted with the code change proposal. Thebibliography shall be published with the code change and the proponentshall make the substantiating materials available for review at theappropriate ICC office and during the public hearing.3.3.5.5Copyright Release: The proponent of code change proposals, floormodifications and public comments shall sign a copyright release reading: “Ihereby grant and assign to ICC all rights in copyright I may have in anyauthorship contributions I make to ICC in connection with any proposal andpublic comment, in its original form submitted or revised form, includingwritten and verbal modifications submitted in accordance Section 5.5.2.I understand that I will have no rights in any ICC publications that usesuch contributions in the form submitted by me or another similar form andcertify that such contributions are not protected by the copyright of any otherperson or entity.”3.3.5.6Cost Impact: The proponent shall indicate one of the followingregarding the cost impact of the code change proposal: 1) the code changeproposal will increase the cost of construction; or 2) the code changeproposal will not increase the cost of construction. The proponent shouldsubmit information that supports their claim. Any information submitted willbe considered by the code development committee. This information will beincluded in the bibliography of the published code change proposal.3.4Number: One copy of each code change proposal, two copies of each proposed newreferenced standard and one copy of all substantiating information shall be submitted. Additionalcopies may be requested when determined necessary by the Secretariat to allow such information tobe distributed to the code development committee. Where such additional copies are requested, itshall be the responsibility of the proponent to send such copies to the respective code developmentcommittee. A copy of the code change proposal in electronic form is preferred.3.5Submittal Deadline: Each code change proposal shall be received at the office of the Secretariatby the posted deadline. Such posting shall occur no later than 120 days prior to the code changedeadline. The submitter of a proposed code change is responsible for the proper and timely receipt ofall pertinent materials by the Secretariat.3.6Referenced Standards: In order for a standard to be considered for reference or to continue tobe referenced by the Codes, a standard shall meet the following criteria:3.6.1Code References:3.6.1.13.6.1.23.6.2The standard, including title and date, and the manner in which it is to beutilized shall be specifically referenced in the Code text.The need for the standard to be referenced shall be established.Standard Content:3.6.2.13.6.2.2A standard or portions of a standard intended to be enforced shall be written inmandatory language.The standard shall be appropriate for the subject covered.2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSviii

.6.2.103.6.2.113.6.3Standard Promulgation:3.6.3.13.6.3.24.0All terms shall be defined when they deviate from an ordinarily acceptedmeaning or a dictionary definition.The scope or application of a standard shall be clearly described.The standard shall not have the effect of requiring proprietary materials.The standard shall not prescribe a proprietary agency for quality control ortesting.The test standard shall describe, in detail, preparation of the test sample,sample selection or both.The test standard shall prescribe the reporting format for the test results. Theformat shall identify the key performance criteria for the element(s) tested.The measure of performance for which the test is conducted shall be clearlydefined in either the test standard or in Code text.The standard shall not state that its provisions shall govern whenever thereferenced standard is in conflict with the requirements of the referencing Code.The preface to the standard shall announce that the standard is promulgatedaccording to a consensus procedure.Code change proposals with corresponding changes to the code text whichinclude a reference to a proposed new standard or a proposed update of anexisting referenced shall comply with this section. The standard shall becompleted and readily available prior to Final Action Consideration based on thecycle of code development which includes the proposed code change proposal.In order for a new standard to be considered for reference by the Code, suchstandard shall be submitted in at least a consensus draft form in accordance withSection 3.4. If a new standard is not submitted in at least draft form, the codechange shall be considered incomplete and shall not be processed. Updating ofstandards without corresponding code text changes shall be accomplishedadministratively in accordance with Section 4.5.The standard shall be developed and maintained through a consensus processsuch as ASTM or ANSI.Processing of Proposals4.1Intent: The processing of code change proposals is intended to ensure that each proposalcomplies with these Rules of Procedure and that the resulting published proposal accuratelyreflects that proponent’s intent.4.2Review: Upon receipt in the Secretariat’s office, the code change proposals will bechecked for compliance with these Rules of Procedure as to division, separation, number ofcopies, form, language, terminology, supporting statements and substantiating data. Where acode change proposal consists of multiple parts which fall under the maintenance responsibilitiesof different code committees, the Secretariat shall determine the code committee responsible fordetermining the committee action in accordance with Section 5.6.4.3Incomplete Proposals: When a code change proposal is submitted with incorrect format,without the required information or judged as not in compliance with these Rules of Procedure,the Secretariat shall notify the proponent of the specific deficiencies and the proposal shall beheld until the deficiencies are corrected, with a final date set for receipt of a correctedsubmittal. If the Secretariat receives the corrected proposal after the final date, the proposalshall be held over until the next code development cycle. Where there are otherwise nodeficiencies addressed by this section, a proposal that incorporates a new referenced standardshall be processed with an analysis of referenced standard’s compliance with the criteria set forthin Section 3.6.4.4Editorial: The Chief Executive Officer shall have the authority at all times to make editorial andformat changes to the Code text, or any approved changes, consistent with the intent,provisions and style of the Code. An editorial or format change is a text change that does not2012 ICC PUBLIC HEARING RESULTSix

affect the scope or application of the code requirements.4.5Updating Standards:4.5.1 Standards referenced in the I-Codes: The updating of standards referenced by theCodes shall be accomplished administratively by the Administrative code development committeein accordance with these full procedures except that the deadline for availability of the updatedstandard and receipt by the Secretariat shall be December 1 of the third year of each code cycle.The published version of the new edition of the Code which references the standard will referto the updated edition of the standard. If the standard is not available by the deadline, the editionof the standard as referenced by the newly published Code shall revert back to the referencecontained in the previous edition and an errata to the Code issued Multiple standards to beupdated may be included in a single proposal.5.04

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