N.J.S.A 45:5A-3. Board of examiners; creation; membership; qualifications; terms; vacancies

45:5A-3. Board of examiners; creation; membership; qualifications; terms; vacancies

There is created a Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors in the Department of Law and Public Safety consisting of 7 members, hereinafter referred to as the “board.” The members of such board shall be citizens of the State appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate. They shall be appointed initially for the following terms: Three members for terms of 1 year from July 1, 1962, 2 members for terms of 2 years from July 1, 1962, and 2 members for terms of 3 years from July 1, 1962. Thereafter members shall be appointed for terms of 3 years and until the appointment and qualification of their successorS.The Governor shall fill any vacancy in said board for the unexpired portion of the term. No more than 4 members of the board shall be members of the same political party. Three members of the board shall be qualified electrical contractors with experience of not less than 10 years as an electrical contractor, one shall be a qualified electrical inspector, with experience of not less than 5 years as an electrical inspector, one shall be a qualified journeyman employed in the electrical construction industry for not less than 5 yearS.One shall be a public member not associated with the electrical industry, and one shall be a licensed professional engineer with experience of not less than 5 years in the electrical industry.

L.1962, C. 162, S.3, eff. Aug. 20, 1962. Amended by L.1962, C. 185, S.2, eff. DeC. 7, 1962.

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