That's what I did. I think they open up grandfathering up every 10years or so. Maybe see if you can get in on it next time.Thank you. Wanted to make sure I can reciprocate. The more I go into different counties and cities the more I am realizing having my e.c. is better and cheaper. Thanks again.
What do you have going on I'm a little slow right now do you need any helpknowledge29 said:Does anybody know if a registered contractor can work in brevard county?..im a ER out of orange county and been calling the county but they seem to be too busy to answer phones. Thanks again.
So... Did you have to pay for the card? I was always under the impression an EC could pull permits statewide, without having to do any county registrations.I had a job either in Tampa or a city near it. I had my EC and we have "shall issue" laws here for permits. They did the whole reciprocity thing for me and thought I would be so proud to get their stupid and unnecessary card. They still send me a renewal every so often. :laughing:
You have to show proof of insurance and license renewal with the state in all counties. Basically you're registering with the county. I work in 4 different ones and it's just a yearly thing. Sometimes you have to pay a business license fee or equivalent. They gotta have the revenue. Most cities will look to the county for proof of insurance. So if you got to the county you should be good for cities. I carry a cert. of insurance and state and local county licensure with me at all times just in case.FlyingSparks said:So... Did you have to pay for the card? I was always under the impression an EC could pull permits statewide, without having to do any county registrations.
I don't remember but like most cities and counties, they make you pay some kind of fee to register, usually less than $50.So... Did you have to pay for the card? I was always under the impression an EC could pull permits statewide, without having to do any county registrations.