01-026 C.M.R. ch. 32, § 3 - Licensing

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

A. Application. Application for a private applicator license, shall be on forms provided by the Board. Information shall include name; Social Security number; mailing address; farm name, location and telephone number; and major crop(s).
B. Fee. At the time of application, the applicant must tender the appropriate fee as follows:
1. For a private applicator license - $15.00 per person.
2. For replacement or alteration - $5.00.
C. Expiration. Private applicator licenses are issued on a three-year period and will expire on October 31st of the third year. Any person who has accumulated the required number of recertification credits must apply for license renewal within one year of the expiration date of the license or the recertification credits are forfeited and that person must retake and pass both the core and commodity exams to again be eligible for licensing.
D. Decision. Within 60 days of receipt of application by the Board, unless the applicant agrees to a longer period of time, the Director shall issue, renew or deny the license. The Director's decision shall be considered final agency action for purposes of 5 M.R.S.A. §11001 et seq.
E. License Issued. Licenses issued under this rule will include the following information:
I. Full name of applicator
II. License number
III. Commodities and categories
IV. Expiration date
V. Maine statute under which license is issued


01-026 C.M.R. ch. 32, § 3

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