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Friday, November 30, 2007

New rules still allow homeowners to obtain permits

Don Sireci of Whitewater e-mailed with a question on our story several weeks ago about new requirements for contractors who apply for building permits.

He wanted to know if the new regulations will prohibit a homeowner from obtaining building permits if they choose too.

Ann Pienkos, executive director of the Lakeland Builders Association says the new rules apply only to contractors applying for permits.

The rules are the result of the 2005 Wisconsin Act 200, known as the Contractor Education Act, which mandates the establishment of new continuing education requirements for residential contractors


Original story from The Week

Wisconsin lawyer background on the Contractor Education Act (toward bottom)

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