As we move from Summer into the Fall,
we must remember to be practical and inspect,
Electrical Installations especially the Temporary Seasonal Lighting
Let us prepare for the New Year (2024)
PLEASE CHECK WEB SITE REGULARLLY
There was a ERROR in the DATE for OCTOBER MEETING THE CORRECT Date is the 4th of OCTOBER NOT THE 6TH
SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION
To All Members,
it is with Sad News to
Report the Loss of our Member,
Francis T. "Ted" Steverman
STEVERMAN, Francis T. “Ted”. Of Norwood, formerly of Brookline passed away at home with his loving family by his side on September 5, 2023.
Beloved husband of Cheryl (Curry) Steverman. Loving father of T.J., Amanda and Erik. Devoted son of the late John C. “Jack” and Helen L. (Leahy) Steverman. Dear brother of Priscilla S. Dasse, John C. Steverman Jr., and Robert Steverman, all of Needham, Andrew B. Steverman and his late wife Laura of Norfolk, Benjamin J. Steverman and his wife Anne of Orleans, Sarah “Sally” Jordan and her husband Scott of Sandwich, Martha Fleming and her late husband Timothy of Seward, Alaska. Also survived by many cherished nieces and nephews.
Ted was former co-owner of the Ben Steverman Electrical Co. and Retired Inspector of Wires for the Town of Brookline.
VISITATION: Monday September 11, 2023 From 3:00 - 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Bell-O'Dea Funeral Home
376 Washington St.
Brookline, MA 02445
Funeral Services will be private.
In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Ted may be made to:
VNA Hospice & Palliative Care, 100 Trade Center, Suit G-500, Woburn, MA. 01801.
- Issued October 26, 2020 - [This is still in effect]
The following advisory was voted to be issued by the Board of State Examiners of Electricians ("Board") at its regular meeting held on October 26, 2020.
The Board has voted to issue this advisory to remind inspectors of wires that all building and dwelling electrical modifications that have been completed without legally required permits and required inspections are not approvable, inspectors of wires do not have the authority to issue a permit, override, or otherwise approve work that was done in violation of board rules and regulations (237 CMR et. al.). Failure to do so may subject the inspector of wire's electrical license to disciplinary action up to and including revocation.
From the Secretary / Treasurer Nick Catizone
On December 28th, 1887
From 1887 - 2023 = 136 years
The formation of the
"Municipal Electrical Inspectors Association of Massachusetts & Rhode Island,
came to be and here we are today.
With all our members we have such vast knowledge of experts,
With our Monthly meetings we will continue our discussions not only on the Current Electrical Codes, but along with new products that are placed in the consumer market. With good healthy discussions we can expand our knowledge base and share our thoughts and ideas through communications.
"Keeping the Code Energized"