January 16, 2008

The Board of State Examiners of Electricians and Alarm System Installers ( Board) announced today disciplinary action against its licensees. The following individuals were disciplined:

Donald Boulanger, Lowell:
By default, the Board has fined Mr. Boulanger in the amount of $1000. The Board alleged that Boulanger had performed electrical work without a license and also failed to complete the work and reimburse the consumer.

Douglas L. Anshewitz, Rockland:
The Board revoked Mr. Anshewitz's license by default for failure to answer the Board's allegations. The Board alleged that he performed electrical work with an expired license.

Michael F. O'Leary, West Roxbury:
The Board revoked the license of Mr. O'Leary by order of default. The Board alleged that the licensee performed electrical work and failed to complete the job. O'Leary also failed to notify the Inspector of Wires of an installation violation.

Willie Sanford, Brockton:
By order, the Board fined Mr. Sanford $1000 dollars and has suspended his license for 36 months effective February 27, 2007. His license will be suspended for 18 months and the balance will be stayed. The Board found that Sanford performed electrical work without proper licenses and conducted himself in a manner deemed unprofessional by the Board.

Richard F. Thomas, Jr., Plymouth:
The Board fined Mr. Thomas for the total amount of $2000 by order of Default for performing electrical work without a license.

Bryan Bento, Hopkinton:
The Board and Mr. Bento entered into a consent agreement in which Mr. Bento must pay the Board a fine of $500 for practicing with a lapsed license.



William A. Condon, Beverly:
By order, the Board has suspended the license of Mr. Condon for a period of three years. Condon failed to comply with Board regulations and performed work without a proper permit. The suspension of his license went into effect January 29, 2007.

Bryan Mero, Worcester:
The Board has fined Mr. Mero $200 for performing electrical work with an expired license.

James Quinn, Longmeadow:
The Board and Mr. Quinn entered into an agreement calling on the licensee to pay a fine of $300. Quinn admitted to performing electrical work and failing to have it properly inspected, violating the Board's codes.

Joseph McCarthy, Medford:
The Board has fined Mr. McCarthy $1000 for violation of one of the Board's Codes of Conduct. McCarthy advertised his business as "J.P. McCarthy Electrical Services Inc.," which was not the name that appeared on his license.

David Rodriguez, Holyoke:
The Board suspended the license of Mr. Rodriguez for one year for failure to obtain a permit while performing electrical work on two separate occasions. The suspension, effective April 28, 2007, will be stayed allowing Mr. Rodriquez to work but under strict Board scrutiny. A fine of $400 was also issued to Rodriguez.

Anthony Saltamartini, North Adams:
The Board and Mr. Saltamartini entered into an agreement to have his license suspended for two years. The suspension will be immediately stayed as long as Mr. Saltamartini is compliant during this period. Mr. Saltamartini performed work without a permit as well as conducted his business under a name that is not on his license. The suspension went into effect March 12, 2007.

Kevin Britt, North Chelmsford:
Mr. Britt agreed to pay the Board a fine of $100 dollars. Britt had performed work with an expired license after the renewal period.

Paul Bourgea, Bridgewater:
Mr. Bourgea was fined $100 dollars by the Board for conducting his business as "Bourgea Electric" which at the time did not appear on his license.

Consumers are urged to visit the Division of Professional Licensure's website and select the check a license option to determine whether a professional they are considering doing business with is licensed and in good standing.

The Division of Professional Licensure is a regulatory agency within the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation. The agency is responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance and the integrity of the licensing process for approximately 330,000 licensees across 43 trades and professions under the jurisdiction of 30 boards of registration.