|Issuer:||Edward J. King|
|Mass Register:||No. 280|
|Amended by:||Executive Order 210|
|Amended by:||Executive Order 220|
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WHEREAS, the State Building Code Commission, established under the provisions of section sixteen of chapter twenty-three B of the General Laws, was abolished by section two hundred seventy-two of chapter three hundred fifty-one of the acts of 1981; and
WHEREAS, the state building code and the regulations of the abolished commission remain in full force and effect and must be complied with by builders and the construction industry; and
WHEREAS, certain rules and regulations were promulgated by the state building code commission relative to the licensing of construction supervisors in accordance with section 109.1.1 of the state building code; and
WHEREAS, said rules and regulations are to be effective as of October 1, 1981 and there is no state agency empowered to administer them;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDWARD J. KING, Governor of the Commonwealth, under the powers vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes of the Commonwealth do hereby order as follows:
- The rules and regulations promulgated by the state building code commission, prior to its abolishment, for the licensing of construction supervisors in accordance with section 109.1.1 of the state building code shall now become effective on July 1, 1982 in place of the prior effective date of October 1, 1981.
- Any person qualified under rules and regulations in existence as of the date of this order who files an application before January 1, 1982 shall be licensed as a construction supervisor without testing, provided he meets the necessary qualifications and pays the required fee.
- This order shall take effect immediately.
Given at the Executive Chamber in Boston this 25th day of September in the year of Our Lord thousand nine hundred and eighty-one and of the Independence of the United States of America two hundred and six.
EDWARD J. KING
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
MICHAEL JOSEPH CONNOLLY
Secretary of the Commonwealth