February Meeting – Nevada State Contractors Board

nscb-logo Date: February 19, 2015 (third Thursday of every month) | Time: 6:30 PM | Location: Innevation Center, 6795 Edmond St. | Las Vegas, NV 89118 | 3rd Floor

In recent months, the Nevada State Contractors Board has come into contact with multiple out-of-state solar manufacturing companies who are contracting in the State of Nevada without a license.  Some of these companies are contracting with homeowners for the sale, financing, and installation of the solar system, then sub-contracting with licensed contractors for the installation of the solar equipment.  The Board wishes to address its concerns with the industry, offer guidance in coming into compliance with Nevada construction laws, and seek the industry’s help in spreading the word to solar businesses looking to operate in this state.  The Board encourages open dialogue and invites any interested parties to attend.

Presenters:

Paul Rozario, Director of Investigations

Paul Rozario was hired as Director of Investigations in June 2014.  He is responsible for program development and management for criminal and compliance investigative matters and personnel.  He also oversees internal investigations and is liaison to all statewide law enforcement agencies.  Prior to his employment with the NSCB, Mr. Rozario served 27 years in Federal law enforcement, all with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).  During his tenure with the DEA, Mr. Rozario had assignments in San Francisco, CA; Bangkok, Thailand; Orange County, CA; Arlington, VA; and Los Angeles, CA.  From July 2010 – May 2014, Mr. Rozario served as the DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge in Las Vegas, Nevada and was responsible for managing all DEA operations within the state.

Jennifer Lewis, Public Information Officer

Jennifer Lewis has been with the Nevada State Contractors Board since June 2011.  She is responsible for developing public outreach programs, such as the Senior Awareness Program, Home Improvement Forum, and various other community presentations; designing collateral materials for public education; working with the media; and assisting the Board with partnering initiatives.  Prior to working for NSCB, Lewis worked as Assistant Director of Public Relations for the California Department of Mental Health and as Legislative Consultant for the California State Assembly.

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