Municipal Code Enforcement Board

The Municipal Code Enforcement Board hears cases involving violations of the City Code, issues orders for compliance, and has the authority to levy fines, subpoena witnesses, authorize liens, and foreclose on said liens. In effect, the board replaces the municipal court system which was abolished several years ago and provides a mechanism for compliance with the technical codes of the City in a timely manner. 

The Municipal Code Enforcement Board is a seven-member board. The term of office is three years and no member serves more than three consecutive three-year terms. 

Current Board members:

  • David Redding 
  • Bryan Hubert
  • David Pogorilich (Chairperson)
  • Bill Snelling
  • Samer Tamimi 
  • Raed Khawaja
  • Gina d'Angelo

The Municipal Code Enforcement Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6pm in the City Council Chambers.


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are also available following approval. For copies of minutes and old agendas, please contact the City Clerk.

Most Recent Agenda 


Meetings of the Municipal Code Enforcement Board are shown live on Temple Terrace TV the second Wednesday of each month at 6pm.  Temple Terrace TV airs on Spectrum (Channel 641) and Frontier (Channel 39).