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Old 11-15-2002, 07:19 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Northcoast; NE Ohio
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Thanks for all of the replies.
Let me first say I support and abide by the insurance requirements and the amounts needed as this will help eliminate the 'scrubs'.

Some issues that I do have are:
1. It has been on the books since 1992 and enforcement is zero.
I asked to see the list of businesses that have applied for the permit and was told there is no list and they do not even have permits to distribute.
2. There is no mention of treating or caring for lawns. The State's requirements for lawn care liability insurance is drastically lower.
3. Other service businesses are not regulated by this liability requirement. It seems discriminatory towards our industry.
4. There is no mention as to how enforcement will be handled.
Who will enforce it, what are the fines, etc.?

Thanks for letting me vent a little.

No thanks lawn choupique, I like it just fine way up north.
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