Board of Electrical Examiners


The Board of Electrical Examiners consists of five members all appointed by City Council. In addition, the city’s electrical inspector is an ex-officio member. The term of office is three years. The board examines applicants for licenses and for the transaction of other related business.

 


Regular Scheduled Meetings

 

The board meets on the first Tuesday of January, April, July and October at 9 a.m. in Room A109 in the Public Works Facility, located at 161 S. Charlotte Street, Asheville, N.C. The normal length of the meeting is one to two hours.

Member contactGus Sims  (Chair)

 


 

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