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Chapter 620-1 ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION

Rule 620-1-.01 Administration

All Rules relating to the administration of the Georgia Structural Pest Control Commission shall be administered by the Commissioner of Agriculture of the State of Georgia, whose office is located at 19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, 30334.

Rule 620-1-.02 Organization of Commission

The Georgia Structural Pest Control Commission shall consist of seven (7) members, as follows: the Head of the Department of Entomology of the University of Georgia, or some qualified person of said department designated by him; the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, or some qualified employee of said Department designated by him; the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, or some qualified employee of said Department designated by him; three residents of Georgia who are currently certified under this Act and who are actively engaged in the pest control industry; and one person having a recognized interest in consumer affairs and protection, but who has no connection whatsoever with the pest control industry. The latter four members shall be appointed by the Commissioner of Agriculture.