Application. Application for
a spray contracting firm license shall be on the same form provided by the
Board for certification information.
. At the time of
application, the applicant must submit a fee of $300.00.
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Insurance. An applicant must submit a completed and signed form,
provided by the Board, which attests that the spray contracting firm will have
the required amounts of insurance specified in Chapter 31 in effect when any
employee or agent makes a pesticide application.
Reports. Annual Summary
Reports described in Chapter 50, Section 2(A) must be submitted for each
calendar year by January 31 of the following year. In the event a required
report is not received by the due date, the person's license is temporarily
suspended until the proper report is received or until a decision is rendered
at a formal hearing as described in 22 MRSA § 1471-D(7).
Decision. Within 15 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. § 11001et seq.
Refusal to Renew. The Board
may refuse to renew a license if it is not in accordance with any of the
requirements hereof or if the Board makes, as to the licensee, any of the
findings set forth in 22 M.R.S.A. § 1471-D(8), which describe the bases
for a decision by the Administrative Court to suspend or revoke a license. If
the Board determines that there is evidence sufficient to refuse to renew a
license, it shall give notice and an opportunity for a hearing before the Board
prior to making that determination final.
Expiration. All spray
contracting firm licenses will expire at the end of the third calendar year