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#179475 07/15/08 12:51 AM
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Good for business.
This I feel puts us all on the same field.
I play by the rules and you should too.
"An educated consumer is a good consumer"

http://www.mass.gov/?pageID=ocamodu...er_press2008_el_2008_01_16&csid=Eoca

leland #179490 07/15/08 05:56 PM
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Leland:
Looks similar to some of the NJ Board of Electrical Examinersmonthly meeting minutes.

Good to see other states waving the stick!


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Sanford ... conducted himself in a manner deemed unprofessional by the Board.


That's interesting that there is a body that regulates electricians' conduct. I wonder what the rules are.

twh #179498 07/15/08 09:41 PM
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And then there's California, where there are more than 500 revocations listed on the Contractor's Newsletter.....in the Fall issue alone!!!

Scroll down to pages 11 through 15

http://www.cslb.ca.gov/Resources/Newsletters/ContractorNewsletter2007Fall.pdf

They're not all electricians, though

electure #179505 07/15/08 11:45 PM
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Douglas L. Anshewitz, Rockland:
The Board revoked Mr. Anshewitz’s license by default for failure to answer the Board’s allegations. The Board alleged that he performed electrical work with an expired license.

How do you revoke an expired license?

noderaser #179509 07/16/08 12:26 AM
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Revoked vs expired
I think they are saying he can't just go down and pay money to reactivate it. Revoked implies you won't be getting it back. At least not any time soon and probably after a long fight.
Usually you can reinstate an expired license with money and proof of CEUs

Fla has a similar disciplinary hearing web page. Occasionally I will look at it.


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