The Pasco County Construction Board (PCCB) is seeking volunteers to serve on its advisory board.
There are several vacancies on the board, for both contractors and consumer representatives.
The board hears and decides complaints about contractors, unpermitted work and appeals regarding construction and home improvement, contractor licensing, and Florida Building Code interpretations and amendments.
Contractors interested in applying must:
- Hold a state or county contractor license
- Be actively engaged in the construction business
- Have five consecutive years of contracting experience
Consumers who are interested in applying cannot be either presently or previously a member or practitioner of a profession regulated by the construction board, or a member of any closely related profession.
Openings on the board include: Consumer representatives and licensed contractors, representing the areas of general or residential contractor, aluminum contractor, roofing contractor, and A/C or mechanical contractor.
Board members serve staggered, three-year terms and typically meet on the third Wednesday or Thursday every other month at 9:30 a.m.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old, and live in Pasco County, or regularly conduct business in the county.
Applications are being accepted through Oct. 30.
Apply online at bit.ly/PCCBapplication.
To learn more about the Pasco County Construction Board, visit bit.ly/34pcKHK, or email .
Published October 14, 2020