By the Division of Professional Licensure

Date: September 19, 2013
Location: Room 1D
Time: 11:00 AM

Housekeeping and Evacuation Procedures (staff)

Investigative Conferences [Closed Session: under G.L. c. 112 s. 65C]

General Business 11:30 AM


Board Member Report –NASBA Eastern Regional Conference

Minutes of August 15, 2013

New Cases: [Closed Session: under G.L. c. 112 s. 65C]

Case Update: [Closed Session: under G.L. c. 112 s. 65C]


Investigative Conference: [Closed Session: under G.L. c. 112 s. 65C]

Discuss Settlement Offer:  [Closed Session: under M.G.L. c. 112 §65C]

Review of Application-Deficiency:

Review of Short Form Reciprocal Application of Murray Dropkin

Review of full Reporting Application of Matthew Pritchard

Review of Short Form Reciprocal Application of Alfred P. Adovasio


Letter dated 8/6/13 from Mark D. Estillore requesting Board approval for Quincy College courses

Letter dated August 16, 2013 from Robert A. Weiss regarding firm name

Letter dated August 28, 2013 from Maria Dwyer requesting Inactive Status

FYI-e-mail dated 9/11/13 from the WA State Board of Accountancy re: rule changes

New Business: 

Open Session for Topics not reasonably anticipated by the Chair 48 hours in advance of meeting




Reasonable accommodations or modifications will be provided to individuals with disabilities to participate in Board of Public Accountancy meeting. All requests should be directed to Deborah Cassano by calling 617-727-3110 or TTY/TDD:  (617) 727-2099 by no later than September 18, 2013. While the Division of Professional Licensure, Board of Public Accountancy will attempt to honor all requests, those requests received after September 18, 2013 may not be provided due to feasibility.

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