Public Hearing Notice
The Suffolk County Electrical Licensing Board is proposing to change the requirements for an Electrician’s License in the County of Suffolk. This change involves adding a continuing educational component for both new and renewed licenses. All interested persons may be heard with respect to this matter on the date, time and place below.
Suffolk County Electrical Licensing Board Meeting
November 19, 2015, 10:00 a.m.
Suffolk County H. Lee Dennison Building
Room 182 (Media Room)*
100 Veteran’s Memorial Highway
Hauppauge, New York
(*Entrance is on the South side of the building)
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