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The California Contractors State License Board keeps records and publishes any complaints against a contractor.
"Not only will we issue citations against unlicensed contractors, but our partnering agencies will issue citation audits to address cash-pay and workers' compensation violations," said David Fogt, chief of enforcement at California's Contractors State License Board.
A bill that would have put the Contractors State License Board in jeopardy has been modified.
To the astonishment of the California construction industry, the Contractors State License Board was included on Schwarzenegger's hit list.
An investigator from the Contractors State License Board showed up at the courthouse before the case was heard, and fined the consultant $2,000 for building without a license and illegal advertising.
California's Contractors State License Board caught 13 pool builders in a sting operation targeting unlicensed contractors.
The California industry lobbying group SPEC is working with the Contractors State License Board to educate permit and inspection officials in proper pool and spa building practices.
With the budget cuts the state has been facing, the California Contractors State License Board has had to substantially trim down its staff, bogging down the processing of contractor license renewals.
"We have had a high number of complaints over the last six months about builders abandoning their work, but not the number we would have suspected based on what we found ourselves," said Gordon Eaton, deputy of the Southern Regional Office of the California Contractors State License Board. "Although a figure of 400 uncompleted pools has been bandied about in the press, it's more like 200.
In California, the Contractors State License Board mandates that homeowners pay no more than $200 down.
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