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Delinquent Arizona Registrations

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To all my colleagues who may be registered in Arizona:


   You have been registered in Arizona for more than 3-years and have not 
   heard from the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration (BTR) 
   recently, or;

   Have moved since you have become registered in Arizona and have not 
   notified the BTR of your new address, or;

   Have not received the November - December 2001, January 2002 newsletter;

your Arizona Registration may have expired!

Go to the BTR web site ( and check to see if they have 
your current address and if your registration is delinquent.  If you are 
delinquent 3 or fewer years, you may reinstate your registration.  If you are 
delinquent more than 3 years, you have to re-register.  In either case you 
would be subject to penalties for any seals applied while your registration 
had lapsed.

I have spied one name on the latest published list of delinquent registrants 
that may be a member of this listservice:  Gary Don Hart.

A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
Tucson, Arizona

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