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FAQ*: Wind Borne Debris Regions. Question : I understand that the BBRS has added some clarity to the definition of Wind Borne Debris Regions. Can you tell me where this can be found?.

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FAQ*: Wind Borne Debris Regions

Question: I understand that the BBRS has added some clarity to the definition of Wind Borne Debris Regions. Can you tell me where this can be found?

Answer: A code change approved on December 11, 2007 changed the definition to read as shown on the next slide. Per the definition, a survey of the building site may be necessary in some cases to determine if a new home is in a wind borne debris region. But in those cases where a structure is clearly within, or outside of, a wind borne debris region a survey is not required. Also, this change and other code changes can be found at the Department of Public Safety website www.mass.gov/dps

* Answers to FAQs are opinions of the BBRS Staff and do not reflect official positions or code interpretations of the BBRS.