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Re: Re: Re: Registration --> Licensure in TX

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seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org,Internet writes:

On 16 Sep 1997 02:25:44 GMT  Richard Lewis wrote:
>seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org,Internet writes:
>Just out of curiosity, why don't you want those of us who work in gummint to
>be able to "moonlight?"
>
>Nigel Mends, PE
>
>
>Because the rest of us have to pay the full $250 per year to be able to do
>it!!!

What does that mean?

Nigel

The typical professional registration for Texas engineers is $250 per year. 
Government and industrial people only pay $50 per year if they do not work
outside of the government/industrial company.  If you moonlight then you
should be paying the full $250 per year for your registration, just like the
rest of us have to.  Unfortunately there is no way to check on these lower
paying licenses to see if they are moonlighting.
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