Texas Register, Volume 9, Number 31, Pages 2283-2340, April 24, 1984 Page: 2,308

The new sections are adopted under Texas Civil Stat-
utes, Article 135b-6, which provide the Structural Pest
Control Board with the authority to test, license, and
regulate the structural pest control industry.
This agency hereby certifies that the rule as adopted
has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be
a valid exercise of the agency's legal authority.
Issued in Austin, Texas, on April 13, 1984.

TRD-844269

David A. Ivie
Executive Director
Structural Pest Control Board

Effective date: June 1, 1984
Proposal publication date: February 24, 1984
For further information, please call (512) 835-4066.

Chapter 593. Licenses
22 TAC 593.1-593.9
The Structural Pest Control Board adopts new
1593.1-593.9, without changes to the proposed
text published in the February 24, 1984, issue of the
Texas Register (9 TexReg 1132).
The new sections are adopted to provide the public
with a clear explanation of the Structural Pest Control
Board's authority and responsibility under Texas Civil
Statutes, Article 135b-6. This enables the board to
develop a more uniform compliance and enforcement
program and establish uniform procedures for review-
ing and investigating consumer complaints.

The new sections explain who is required to be li-
censed and how to obtain a license.
General statements of approval were received from
James Boren, Allan C. Erwin, Bob Sprague, Harry
Newton, and Vernon Walters.
The new sections are adopted under Texas Civil Stat-
utes, Article 135b-6, which provide the Structural Pest
Cr ' Board with the authority to test, license, and
r the structural pest control industry.
This agency hereby certifies that the rule as adopted
has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be
a valid exercise of the agency's legal authority.
Issued In Austin, Texas, on April 13, 1984.

TRD-844275

David A Ivie
Executive Director
Structural Pest Control Board

Effective date: June 1, 1984
Proposal publication date: February 24, 1984
For further information, please call (512) 835-4066.
Chapter 595. Compliance and
Enforcement
22 TAC 595.1-595.5, 595.21-595.23
The Structural Pest Control Board adopts new
S 595.1-595.5 and 595.21-595.23, without changes
to the proposed text published in the February 24,
1984, issue of the Texas Register (9 TexReg 1134).
The new sections are adopted to provide the public
with a clear explanation of the Structural Pest Control
Board's authority and responsibility under Texas Civil
Statutes, Article 135b-6. This enables the board to
develop a more uniform compliance and enforcement
program and establish uniform procedures for review-
ing and investigating consumer complaints.
The new sections explain how licensees are to comply
with the ruies, define the board's investigative author-
ity, and outline complaint procedures.
General statements of approval were received from
James Boren, Allan C. Erwin, Bob Sprague, Harry
Newton, and Vernon Walters.
The new sections are adopted under Texas Civil Stat-
utes, Article 135b-6, which provide the Structural Pest
Control Board with the authority to test, license, and
regulate the structural pest control industry.
This agency hereby certifies that the rule as adopted
has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be
a valid exercise of the agency's legal authority.
Issued in Austin, Texas, on April 13, 1984.
TRD-844283 David A. Ivie
Executive Director
Structural Pest Control Board
Effective date: June 1, 1984
Proposal publication date: February 24, 1984
For further information, please call (512) 835-4066.

9 TexReg 2308

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