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Chinchor appointed to the Florida State Electrical Contractors Licensing Board
posted Jan 12, 2011 - 2:40:25pm
Tim Chinchor has been appointed to the Florida State Electrical Contractors Licensing Board by Florida Gov. Charlie Crist.
As a member of the ECLB (Electrical Contractors Licensing Board), Chinchor will hold the seat for a four-year term. The Board's responsibilities include overseeing Chapter 489, Part II, Florida Statutes, Rule Chapter 61G6, Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 455, Florida Statutes and Chapter 120 Florida Statutes. All facets of the electrical construction industry are governed by this board.
The Florida Legislature deems it necessary in the interest of public health, safety and welfare to regulate the electrical and alarm systems contractors of the state. The board consists of 11 members, seven of whom are certified electrical contractors, two of whom shall be consumer members who are not and never have been electrical contractors or in a closely related profession, and two of whom shall be certified alarm system contractors. Tim Chinchor will sit as one of the seven certified electrical contractors.
Tim went through an extensive application process to become a board member submitting a complete history of his working life and personal interests going back 25 to 30 years. On March 9, Tim received the call from the Office of Appointments for Gov. Charlie Crist. Tim Responded "1 was honored to serve and represent my trade and I accepted the invitation." Also he adds "it is an honor to be recognized for not only my work in my trade but additionally the volunteer work in my community." Tim has coached and volunteered with many West Volusia athletic and civic associations in the last 25 years. Tim is married to his wife of 27 years, Christine, and they have 7 children and 3 grandchildren.
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