PurposeIt is the intent of the Board of County Commissioners to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of the county through the regulation of the construction and home improvement industries. The Board of County Commissioners shall establish a Contractors Examining Board (CEB) and such other examining boards as it deems necessary for the proper administration
The CEB was created by St. Lucie County Code 1982, 2-5-4; Ord. No. 92-04.
- The Contractors Examining Board shall consist of ten members who have been residents of the county for at least two years prior to the date of their appointment.
- Each county commissioner shall appoint one member to the Contractors Examining Board.
- The remaining five members shall be appointed at large by the entire board and include three consumer representatives.
- Appointments to the Contractors Examining Board shall include one member from each of the following fields:
An architect licensed to do business in the state.
An engineer licensed to do business in the state.
A swimming pool, roofing, or other specialty contractor.
A general, residential, or building contractor.
An electrical contractor.
A plumbing contractor.
A mechanical or air conditioning contractor.
- The term of office of each member of the Contractors Examining Board shall be for four years, but the board of county commissioners may remove any member of the Contractors Examining Board at any time.
- Members appointed to fill vacancies caused by death, resignation, or removal shall serve the remainder of the unexpired term of their predecessors.
- The members of the Contractors Examining Board shall serve without compensation.
- The term of office of each consumer representative to the Contractors Examining Board shall be for four years.
- The Board of County Commissioners may remove any member of the Contractors Examining Board at any time.
- Absence from two consecutive meetings of an examining board shall vacate the seat of that member, unless such absence is excused by the board or its chairperson. Such excuse shall be duly entered upon the minutes of the board.
- If a majority of the board members disagree with the chairperson's decision on the matter, they may overrule it by affirmative vote
- The Contractors Examining Board shall elect a chairman, vice-chairman, a secretary and such other officers as may be necessary from among its members. Election of officers shall be conducted annually in January.
Required for a Quorum
- Every other month, the third Wednesday at 8:30 a.m.
- County Commission Chamber of the Roger Poitras Administration Annex located at 2300 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida
Is Financial Disclosure Required to Serve?
Monica Vargas Barrios, Contractor Licensing Investigator
Debbie Isenhour, Planning Technician
|Doug Davis - General Contractor||At-Large||11/2017|
|Michael Pride- Electrical Contractor||At-Large||11/2020|
|Fred Rohrbough - Plumbing Contractor||At-Large||11/2017|
|Chris Langel - AC or Mechanical Contractor||At-Large||05/2020|
|Roger L. Hudspeth, II - Consumer Rep.||At-Large||11/2020|
|Dan Zrallack- Engineer
|| Commissioner Bartz
|Michael DiFrancesco - Res. Contractor|| Commissioner Hutchinson
|Glenn G. Boundy, III - Consumer Rep.
|| Commissioner Mowery
|Tony Jerger - Consumer Rep.
|| Commissioner Dzadovsky
|James "Travis" Leonard - Res. Contractor
|| Commissioner Townsend