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Contractors State License Board Reports 2009 Accomplishments & Activities

Board highlights challenges and achievements

SACRAMENTO -The Contractors State License Board's (CSLB) 2009 Accomplishments & Activities report is now available on CSLB's Web site: "This annual report highlights the exceptional staff who respond to the needs of California consumers and contractors, and recaps the outstanding programs and initiatives that help meet the Board's strategic goals," said Board Chair Edward "Eddie" Barnes.

The report recognizes CSLB's 80th year of serving California consumers and the construction industry through an historical timeline while discussing continued achievements in the face of work furloughs and budget cuts. "CSLB's success is due to innovative program changes, establishment of key partnerships with other agencies, greater efficiency in using limited resources, and high-impact enforcement operations and targeted public education campaigns," noted Barnes.

Summarized by each of CSLB's main divisions: Enforcement, Licensing, Legislation, Communication & Education, and Organizational Development, the report includes such details as the results of enforcement sweeps and stings; licensing statistics; the effects of new state law; CSLB's education programs to increase public awareness of safe. professional contracting practices; and the many ways the board is adjusting to California's ever-changing financial climate.

Chairman Barnes noted that despite unforeseen challenges in the state's economy and the construction industry, contractors and the state's consumers can count on CSLB to continue to provide exemplary service.

The 2009 Accomplishments & Activities report is available in the General Information-Library-CSLB Reports section of CSLB's Web site.


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