By RICHARD F. BELISLE
Staff Writer, Waynesboro
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - When the borough of Waynesboro upgrades its official building code, area builders will be ahead of the game.
Builders who work in the borough are generally well-versed on the building codes that govern all construction, both new and remodeling, said Douglas Pyle, the borough's building inspector for the last five months. Pyle said he uses the most up-to-date national building codes, which were established in 1993, during inspections.
He said he supports the Borough Council's current effort to upgrade its official building code, possibly by the end of this year. The last time it was done was 1979.