For Immediate Release
December 13, 2007
Contact: Matt Carrothers
Director of Media Relations
Actions Taken by the Georgia State Board of Barbers at its December 10 Meeting
Macon, Ga.óThe Georgia State Board of Barbers held its bi-monthly meeting on Monday, December 10.
The Board voted to accept fine monies and close the citation cases against the following:
The Board voted to accept the following Voluntary Cease and Desist Orders for performing services without a license:
The Board voted to refer the following salons or shops to the Assistant Attorney Generalís Office for revocation of license due to unpaid citations. The citations were upheld by an Administrative Judge.
The Board voted to refer the following cases with unpaid fines to the Assistant Attorney Generalís office. In each case, the salon or shop owner will be given 30 days to pay the citation. If the citation is not paid, the Assistant Attorney General will seek suspension of the ownerís personal license until the citation against their salon or shop is paid in full. The citations were upheld by an Administrative Judge.
The Board voted to accept the advice of the Assistant Attorney General on the legal authority for amendments to the following rules:
Public Notice on the purposed rule changes will be posted and public comment taken in a public meeting before the Board votes on proposed rule changes.
The next meeting of the Georgia State Board of Barbers will be held on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 9 a.m. at the Professional Licensing Board in Macon.