782 BUSINESS MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
(PUBLIC SESSION) - - - FEBRUARY 2, 2005

The Board Minutes of February 2, 2005, have not been formally approved and are subject to change or modification by the Public Body at its next meeting of March 2, 2005. All requirements of the "Open Public Meetings Act" have been complied with according to N.J.S.A. 10:4-6.

The notice of the meeting has been mailed to the Newark Star Ledger, Camden Courier Post, and the Trenton Times, and also notice has been posted on the Bulletin Board at the office of the Secretary of State, Trenton, New Jersey.

Meeting of February 2, 2005, was called to order at 9:00 A.M.
The following members were present.

Mr. Robert A. McCullough, Acting Chairman
Mr. James H. Flaherty
Mr. Mitchell R. Malec
Mrs. Pushpavati Amin

Mr. Joseph P. Schooley, Chairman, Mr. Joseph F. Cantalupo, Mrs. Gail Best, and Mrs. Connie F. Calisti were absent.

Barbara A. Cook, Executive Director, was present from 9:00 A.M. until the close of the meeting.

Alok Jain, Personal Assistant for the Executive Director, was present from 9:00 A.M. until the close of the meeting.

Marian Fiore, Sr. Management Assistant, was present from 9:00 A.M. until the close of the meeting.

Kathleen Moran, Secretarial Assistant, III, was present from 9:00 A.M. until the close of the meeting.

Susan Carboni, Deputy Attorney General, Division of Law, was present from 9:00 A.M. until the close of the meeting.

Also in attendance was Mr. James Bibbo, Central Jersey Electrical League.

The Board saluted the flag.

Note: A quorum was not present. All actions are to be ratified at the Boardís next meeting to be held on March 2, 2004.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve of the Minutes of the 779 Meeting held November 3, 2004.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve the Minutes of the 780 Meeting held December 1, 2004.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve the Minutes of the 781 Meeting held January 5, 2005, with a correction in Closed Session.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve (11) Initial Licenses effective February 2, 2005 to March 31, 2006.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve (12) Initial Business Permits effective February 2, 2005 to March 31, 2006.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve (9) Initial Business Permits Previously Expired effective February 2, 2005 to March 31, 2006.

The Committee unanimously recommended to approve (7) Changes in Business Permits effective February 2, 2005 to March 31, 2006.

Mr. Joseph P. Schooley, Chairman, was contacted via telephone who approved the issuance of the above license/business permits.

Postal Money Order in the amount of $300.00 received from George Johnson, License #6651 (Expired), as the thirteenth and final installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $1,500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9. Payments started April 19, 2002.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Check in the amount of $25.00 received from Frank DíArpa, License #8778, as the twenty-fifth installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $2,500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq. Payments started September 25, 2002 and the balance due is $1,875.00.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Check in the amount of $1,000.00 received from Joseph Regan, License #9191, as the second installment of a civil penalty, and costs, in the amount of $31,110.78 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq. Payments started November 17, 2004 and the balance due is $25,110.78.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Two Money Orders in the amount of $300.00 each received from John J. Helmstetter, License #7192, as the seventh and eighth installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $7,500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq. Payments started June 7, 2004 and the balance due is $5,100.00.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Check in the amount of $500.00 received from Deem A. Mechanical and Electrical, LLC., Business Permit #15274, as the first and final installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Two Postal Money Orders in the amount of $1,000.00 and $500.00 received from Fen Zhu Chen, Unlicensed, t/a Hua Xia Construction, Inc., as the first and final installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $1,500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq.

The Committee accepted the payment.

Check in the amount of $500.00 received from Pablo Alicea, Unlicensed, as the first and final installment of a civil penalty in the amount of $500.00 for violation of N.J.S.A. 45:5A-9 and N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq.

The Committee accepted the payment.

The Committee reviewed the application for reinstatement received from Joseph Servidio as he failed to renew his License #8317 for the 1997 to 2000; 2000 to 2003 and 2003 to 2006 triennial renewal period.

Mr. Servidioís request was held in abeyance pending receipt of additional information.

The Committee unanimously recommended that this matter be discussed in Closed Session.

After discussion in Closed Session the Committee returned to Open Session.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Servidio requesting additional information.

The Committee reviewed the application for reinstatement received from Edmund P. Stibitz, Jr., as he failed to renew his License #10510 for the 1997 to 2000; 2000 to 2003 and 2003 to 2006 triennial renewal period.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Stibitz requesting that he provide the Board with copies of his 1999, 2002, and 2005 Continuing Education Code Course Certificates. Should Mr. Stibitz advise that he had not attended these code courses, then in order to regain his license he must take and pass the written examination.

The Committee reviewed the application for reinstatement received from Nickolaos A. Stamatiou as he failed to renew his License #11047 for the 1997 to 2000; 2000 to 2003; and 2003 to 2006 triennial renewal periods.

Mr. Stamatiouís request was held in abeyance pending receipt of a Work Classification and print out from the union.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Stamatiou advising him that the printout provided by the IBEW is undated and unsigned and the Work Experience Certification provided by RCC Electric, Inc., does not include a description of Mr. Stamatiouís hands on experience. The Committee also requested that Mr. Stamatiou provide Work Experience Certification forms for those employers listed on the IBEW printout.

Letter received January 10, 2005, from James R. Granato requesting a second six-month continuance of business under permit #429 according to N.J.S.A. 45:5A-14. The licensee, James J. Granato, died on May 1, 2004.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Granato advising him that the Board has granted the firm of Granatoís Electric Service, a second and final six-month continuance of Business Permit #429 according to N.J.S.A. 45:5A-14 which is to begin January 25, 2005. Mr. Granato will be advised that this is the final extension being granted to Granatoís Electric Service. Therefore, if necessary, he should make arrangements with a licensed electrical contractor with a business permit to complete any unfinished jobs after the extension has expired.

The sub-committee reviewed the application for Continuing Education Course/Seminar received from Rhett Thomas, Lutron Electronics, requesting approval of new courses.

The Committee unanimously recommended that the following course, and instructor, is approved as submitted.

"Lighting Control Basis"

The sub-committee reviewed the application for Continuing Education Course/Seminar received from Joe Green, American Trainco, Inc., requesting approval of new courses.

The Committee unanimously recommended that the following courses, and instructors, are approved as submitted.

"The 2005 National Electrical Code"
"Electrical Troubleshooting & Preventive Maintenance"
"Variable Frequency Drives (VEDs)"
"Electrical Safety"

The sub-committee reviewed Joseph P. Dunneís, Instructor #16, request to approve previously approved Continuing Education Course/Seminars.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Dunne advising him that the pre-approved courses are approved as submitted.

The sub-committee reviewed the additional information for Continuing Education Course/Seminar received from John Biondi, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, requesting approval of new courses.

At its meeting held January 5, 2005, Mr. Biondiís request was again denied as he did not specify the exact hours to be taught. The courses entitled "Industrial Motor Controls"; "Code Calculations"; and "Blueprint Reading" did not indicate specific hours of instruction. The course entitled "Corning Training" did not specify the number of hours of instruction. Additionally, the Board felt that the courses for which Mr. Biondi seeks approval did not include enough of a description. Mr. Biondi was asked to provide the Board with a detailed description/breakdown of the course content and the exact hours of instruction.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Biondi advising him that his request is again denied as he did not provide a detailed breakdown of the hours to be taught for each topic and a description of the course content.

The sub-committee held in abeyance Scott J. Cohenís request to teach "Analysis of Changes - 2005 NEC" pending clarification as to whether or not this course is the required nine hours of Code Changes for licensees to renew their license for the 2006 to 2009 triennial renewal period.

Letter received January 18, 2005, from Mr. Cohen, Electrical Training Course, stating that "Analysis of Changes - 2005 NEC" is the nine hour of code changes and the one hour of business and law for licensees to renew their license for the 2006 to 2009 triennial renewal period.

The Committee unanimously recommended that a letter be sent to Mr. Cohen advising him that the course entitled "Analysis of Changes - 2005 NEC" is approved as the required nine hours of Code Changes and One Hour of Business and Law. Mr. Cohen will also be advised that he is approved to teach this course.

The sub-committee reviewed the additional information for Continuing Education Course/Seminar received from Jeff Behuniak, Honeywell Fire Systems Group.

Mr. Behuniakís request to teach "Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels" was held in abeyance pending a more detailed breakdown of the hours to be taught for each topic and description of the course content.

The Committee unanimously recommended that the following course, and instructor, is approved as submitted.

"Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels"

The sub-committee reviewed the additional information for Continuing Education Course/Seminar received from Kathleen L. Moskowitz, New Jersey Electrical Contractors Association.

Ms. Moskowitzís request to teach "Business and Marketing" was held in abeyance pending a course description.

The Committee unanimously recommended that the following course, and instructor, is approved as submitted.

"Business and Marketing"

Letter dated January 10, 2005, received from Frank R. Dudis, License #7417, stating that the cost to attend a course entitled "Defensive Driving" is much higher than a course offered by the Division of Motor Vehicles taught by a professional driving instructor. Mr. Dudis stated that this is a blatant misuse of a well intended and mandatory requirement.

The Committee unanimously recommended that DAG Carboni draft a letter to be sent to Mr. Dudis advising him that Continuing Education Courses, and the instructors teaching these courses, must be approved by the Board. Therefore, the instructor who is teaching the drivers safety course is certified in driverís safety. The instructors who are approved to teach Continuing Education Courses may or may not be licensed electrical contractors.

Letter dated January 20, 2005, received from Thomas W. Hall, Associate Director, Pfizer, Inc., stating that Pfizer has contracted Vollers, who employs laborers from Local #472, for the excavation, installation and backfill of the trenches and empty conduit system. Mr. Hall also stated that as a part of the empty conduit system installation, a grounding grip system is required. Vollers subcontracted the electrical work to Linear Electric who obtained a permit from Morris Plains Building Department. Mr. Hall also stated that Joseph Krawchuck, Business Representative for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local #102, challenged the subcontract arrangement, stating that work was being performed without the proper permits.

Mr. Hall further stated that the electrical inspector and building inspector of Morris Plains felt that the entire scope of work for the empty conduit system is covered by the existing general construction and electrical permits on file, and they have no objection to providing proper inspections nor any reason to stop the work being performed.

Letter dated January 21, 2005, was received from Joseph Krawchuck, Business Representative, IBEW, Local #102, stating that Turner Construction Company subcontracted the installation of a customer owned duct bank containing feeders and control wires to Vollers Construction. Vollers then subcontracted the conduit and grounding to Linear Electric. Mr. Krawchuck also stated that Linear Electric obtained an electrical permit for the installation of the conduit and grounding. Mr. Krawchuck further stated that Vollers installed the conduit with the laborers they employed utilizing Linear Electricís Business Permit #5560.

Mr. Krawchuck stated that he does not feel that the Attorney Generalís Opinion, Number 91-0020, covers this installation as the conduits are after the meter and are not part of the site work as indicated in the AGís decision.

Mr. McCullough stated that when this subject was first discussed, it dealt with the installation of empty conduit under bridges, then under highways, and was basically performed by the utility. Mr. McCullough also stated that in this case the empty conduit is being installed on customer owned property, including both the service and the feeder, from substation to substation, from building to building; and I believe this installation is out of the realm of the original Attorney General ruling. Mr. McCullough further stated that we now have in the regulations a section on distribution which defines where licensing starts on a property which was the key to the definition of premises wiring systems as defined in the National Electrical Code. Because of the definition of distribution, it does not appear to me that the Attorney Generalís ruling covers the work being performed for Pfizer. These definitions were not part of the regulations at the time the Attorney Generalís Opinion was published. Mr. McCullough further stated that the work being performed at the Pfizer plant, as shown on the drawings, clearly falls under the definition of premises wiring pursuant to N.J.A.C. 31:31-3.8.

Mr. McCullough stated that the Department of Community Affairs has advised inspectors whenever there is a question as to whether or not a person can obtain a permit, the subcode official is to issue the permit and then have the appropriate agency investigate. The work is not held up and the inspector is ensured that the work will be performed according to code. Mr. McCullough stated that this is the case with Pfizer.

Mr. McCullough also stated that he has expressed his opinion in the past that the Attorney Generalís Opinion was flawed and was not argued correctly

DAG Carboni stated that her legal realism opinion is if this were to go to court, the court would rule against the Board as there is not any cause for danger because inspections are being conducted. This is a jurisdictional dispute between the unions and the courts do not seem taken by union rights.

Mr. McCullough asked if this is electrical work.

DAG Carboni stated that this is the question that needs to be answered; is the installation of empty conduit on private property considered electrical work?

Mr. McCullough stated that conduit is defined by the National Electrical Code as equipment.

DAG Carboni stated the issue is not who is performing the work, the issue is the statutes, the regulations, and protecting the public.

Mr. McCullough asked what if he ran a water pipe from building A to building B, would he be able to say that this is not plumbing work because there is no water in the pipe?

DAG Carboni stated that the assumption is that the wiring will be installed by a licensed electrical contractor.

Mr. McCullough stated that you can have a serious problem if the conduit is not installed correctly. The work being performed at Pfizer is premises wiring which are regulation now defines.

DAG Carboni stated that site work is defined from the property line to the building. Is that different from the way we defined service point?

Mr. McCullough stated that the difference is that the work described in that Attorney Generalís Opinion was done by or for the utility company. The work being done for Pfizer is for the customer who is the owner of the property; the owner of the property is not the utility.

Mr. Flaherty stated that if this is approved, can the excavator install the conduit from the house to the garage and also install the site lighting?

Mrs. Amin stated that it would appear in reviewing the work to be performed, we have excavation work and pouring of concrete which is not considered electrical work. The laying of PVC conduit, not metallic PVC, is not considered electrical work. However, the pulling of the wires is electrical work and that installation should be done by a licensed electrical contractor.

Mr. Malec stated that in his opinion the duct bank work can be done by any one.

Mr. McCullough stated that when the wires are pulled in they are an integral part of the electrical installation. The work on the drawing is premises wiring and pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:31-3.8 such work requires licensure and business permit.

Mr. Malec stated that based on the current regulations, this work is considered electrical work.

DAG Carboni stated that you have to find a way to say that this situation is not the same situation as indicated in the Attorney Generalís opinion.

Mr. Flaherty stated that the plans were prepared by a professional engineer and the opinion does not stipulate any such preparation.

DAG Carboni asked the Board to allow her to research the opinion, the court case, and the regulations. One issue that will go against the board is the fact that there is a permit and inspections are being performed.

Mr. McCullough stated that if that were the case, the Board should throw out the licensing law.

DAG Carboni stated that the main purpose of the licensing law it to make sure that you have qualified people performing electrical work.

Rene J. Mantecon, License #8555, has failed to respond to the Administrative Action Provisional Order of Discipline filed December 1, 2004, ordering that Mr. Mantecon be assessed a civil penalty in the amount of $1,000.00 for violation of N.J.A.C. 13:45C-1.4.

The Order was mailed to Mr. Mantecon certified and regular mail. Certified mail was returned "Unclaimed", regular mail was not returned.

The Committee unanimously recommended that Deputy Attorney General Susan Carboni prepare a Final Order of Discipline ordering that Mr. Mantecon be assessed a civil penalty in the amount of $1,000.00 for violation of N.J.A.C. 13:45C-1.4.

Signed cease and desist agreement was received from Frank Ehrmantraut, Piscataway, New Jersey.

The Committee accepted the signed cease and desist agreement.

Mrs. Cook advised the Board that 170 application forms have been sent out to the Continuing Education Code and Law Instructors who have previously taught same offering them the opportunity to teach the course for the 2006 to 2009 triennial renewal period by either sponsoring themselves individually or under an existing sponsor.

Mrs. Cook stated that upon receiving the responses, Continuing Education material will be sent to the sponsor and not the instructor.

Mrs. Cook also stated that the information has been mailed to the sponsors who have been approved to teach the 24 hours of Continuing Education. As of February 1, 2005, sixty-one sponsors have been approved.

The Committee reviewed applications for the written examination to be administered by Experior Assessments, LLC. Thirty (30) applications were approved.

The Committee unanimously recommended to go into Executive Closed Session to consider and to review consumer complaints, investigative reports and other information received pursuant to the Boardís investigate authority in order to determine whether violations of the law, including Board regulations have occurred. The results of the deliberations will be made known when and if the Board determines to initiate disciplinary action or other law enforcement action.

Meeting adjourned at 3:00 P.M.

An Appointment Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 16, 2005, at 9:00 A.M. A Business Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 2, 2005, at 9:00 A.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Barbara A. Cook
Executive Director

INITIAL LICENSES APPROVED BY THE BOARD FEBRUARY 2, 2005
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2, 2005 TO MARCH 31, 2006

1. Henry Bottiglierie - 9 Hudson Avenue - Totowa, NJ 07512

2. Eric Decker - 310 Oak Grove Road - Pittstown, NJ 08867

3. Neil Fairey - 170 West 73rd Street 7A - New York, NJ 10023

4. Michael Good - 140 Lincoln Road - Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

5. Narciso Jimenez - 87 Lenox Avenue - Paterson, NJ 07502

6. David Keller - 6 Progress Street - East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

7. Andrew Lacey - 2908 Duffield Lane - Sinking Spring, PA 19608

8. Valentino Montone - 243 Utter Avenue - Hawthorne, NJ 07506

9. Stratos Samouhos - 54 Broad Avenue - Palisades Park, NJ 07650

10. David Szanto - 4 First Street - Wanaque, NJ 07465

11. Allen Thor - 223 Beaufort Avenue - Livingston, NJ 07039

12. Christopher J Wood - 526 Beechwood Avenue - Roselle Park, NJ 07204

13. Anthony Graziano - 26 Hunterdon Road - West Orange, NJ 07052

INITIAL BUSINESS PERMITS FOR THE FOLLOWING LICENSEES
APPROVED BY THE BOARD FEBRUARY 2, 2005
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2, 2005 TO MARCH 31, 2006

1. A & H Electrical Contracting LLC - (Michael Ahern) - (Limited Liability Company) -122 Benjamin Street - Cranford, NJ 07016 - License #14011

2. Wayne Bird t/a Bird Electric - Individual -71 Waln Road - Crosswick, NJ 08515 - License #15127

3. Champion Contracting & Electrical LLC - (Henry Bottiglierie) - (Limited Liability Company) - 9 Hudson Avenue - Totowa, NJ 07512

4. The Electric Connection Inc d/b/a The Electric Connection Of NY Inc - (Neil Fairey) - (Corporation) -170 West 73rd Street 7A - New York, NJ 10023

5. Customer First Electrical Corp - (Narciso Jimenez) - (Corporation) - 87 Lenox Avenue - Paterson, NJ 07502

6. Susan Johnstonbaugh t/a Central Jersey Electrical Systems - Individual - 207 Glen Crest Drive - Neshanic Station, NJ 08853 - License #13763

7. Lombardo & Lipe Electrical Contractors Inc - (David Keller) - (Corporation) -6 Progress Street - East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

8. Anthony Kyle t/a Forefront Electrical Technologies - Individual - 380 St. Highway 33 Apt 77 - Neptune, NJ 07753 - License #15259

9. Lacey Electric Inc - (Andrew Lacey) - (Corporation) -2908 Duffield Lane - Sinking Spring, PA 19608

10. Montone Electrical Contractor Co Inc - (Valentino Montone) - (Corporation) -243 Utter Avenue - Hawthorne, NJ 07506

11. David Szanto t/a Advanced Electric - Individual - 4 First Street - Wanaque, NJ 07465

12. Thor Electric LLC - (Allen Thor) - (Limited Liability Company) -223 Beaufort Avenue - Livingston, NJ 07039

13. Graziano Electric LLC - (Anthony Graziano) - (Limited Liability Company) - 26 Hunterdon Road - West Orange, NJ 07052


INITIAL BUSINESS PERMIT PREVIOUSLY EXPIRED
APPROVED BY THE BOARD FEBRUARY 2, 2005
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2, 2005 TO MARCH 31, 2006

1. Neil A Durso t/a Durelco Electrical Contractors - Individual - 1024 Florida Grove Road - Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 - License #6828D

2. Power-Tech Electrical Contractors Of NJ Inc - (Evangelina Aprilski) - (Corporation) - 35 Sandelwood Drive - Warren, NJ 07059 - License #14712A

3. BechEl Electric LLC - (Jurgen Beck) - (Limited Liability Company) -331 New Brunswick Avenue - East Brunswick, NJ 08816 - License #8520A

4. Devlin Alarms & Control Systems LLC - (George Devlin) - (Limited Liability Company) - 29 Lancaster Drive - Marlton, NJ 08053 - License #7972A

5. Michael Fiorillli t/a Fiorilli Electric - Individual - 5 Briant Parkway - Summit, NJ 07901 -License #11699A

6. Shawn Gianella t/a Solutions Repair & Electrical Co - Individual - 1202 East Elizabeth Avenue - Linden, NJ 07036 - License #8155F

7. United Fire Protection Corporation - (David Harrison) - (Corporation) - 493 Lehigh Avenue - Union, NJ 07083 - License # 3808D

8. John Manzo t/a John Manzo Electric - Individual - 165 Montross Avenue - Rutherford, NJ 07070 - License #7299A

9. Resource Electric Of NJ Inc - (Raymond McEvoy) - (Corporation) 7 Veronica Avenue - Somerset, NJ 08873 - License #13020A

10. Arrow Electric LLC - Robert Wetzel - 30 Lake Pochung Road - Sussex, NJ 07461 - License #12679A

11. Cherne Contracting Corporation - (Larry Johnson) - (Corporation) - 9855 W 78th Street - Eden Prairie, MN 55344 - License #6537D

CHANGES IN BUSINESS PERMITS
APPROVED BY THE BOARD FEBRUARY 2, 2005
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2, 2005 TO MARCH 31, 2006

1. Borsos Electric LLC - (Andrew Borsos) - (Limited Liability Company) - Formerly - Borsos Electric - Individual - 4190 Crosswicks Hamilton Sq Rd - Yardville, NJ 08691 - Licensee Andrew Borsos #14016A

2. Costantino Electric Inc - (Nicholas Costantino) - (Corporation) -Fromerly - Constantino Electric - Individual - 350 Livingston Street - Norwood, NJ 07648 - Licensee Nicholas Costantino #13160A

3. Jeffrey W Peel Electrical Contractor LLC - (Jeffrey Peel) - (Limited Liability Company) - Formerly - Jeffrey Peel Electrical Contractor - Individual - 67 Passaic Drive - Hewitt, NJ 07421 - Licensee Jeffrey Peel #15037A

4. Hoff's Electrical Service LLC - (Douglas Hoff III) - (Limited Liability Company) - Formerly - Hoffís Electrical Service - Individual - 421 Olive Street - Neshanic Station, NJ 08853 - Licensee Douglas Hoff III #9255A

5. J McDonald Electric Co Inc - (Joseph McDonald) - (Corporation) - Formerly - J McDonald Electric Co - Individual - 11 John Court - Randolph, NJ 07869 - Licensee Joseph McDonald #13861A

6. Primary Electric Services Of NJ LLC - (Edward Kaczmarek) - (Limited Liability Company) - Formerly - Primary Electric Inc - (Corporation) - 2 Teal Court - Freehold, NJ 07728 - Licensee Edward Kaczmarek #11820A

7. Sergio Barreto t/a Barreto Electric - Individual - Formerly - Speed Electric Inc - (Corporation) - 47 Meyers Road - Montaque, NJ 07827 - Licensee Sergio Barreto #9010B

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