STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY
Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs v. David A. Brown, Malachi A. Carter and Hayden W. Smith t/d/b/a Dejavue Unisex Salon; Doc. No. 1855-45-04
[36 Pa.B. 669]
On December 8, 2005, Hayden W. Smith, Malachi Carter and David R. Brown t/d/b/a Dejavue Unisex Salon, license no. CB103956L, of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County were assessed a civil penalty of $1,500 based on findings respondents operated a shop on a lapsed license, respondents operated a shop without proper management, respondents did not have equipment required at the time of the shop inspection, respondents did not have the consumer notice posted in the shop and respondents used their shop for purposes other than providing cosmetology services.
Individuals may obtain a copy of the adjudication by writing to Ruth D. Dunnewold, Senior Deputy Chief Counsel, State Board of Cosmetology, P. O. Box 2649, Harrisburg, PA 17105-2649.
This adjudication and order represent the final State Board of Cosmetology (Board) decision in this matter. It may be appealed to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania by the filing of a petition for review with that court in accordance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure. Individuals who take an appeal to the Commonwealth Court must serve the Board with a copy of the petition for review. The Board contact for receiving service of appeals is the previously named Board counsel.
SUSAN E. RINEER,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 06-206. Filed for public inspection February 3, 2006, 9:00 a.m.]
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