Class “C” Water
Operator. McCoy Water
Supply Corporation is seeking a full time Water Operator to join our
team. We are seeking candidates with a Texas Class “C” Water Operator’s
License. Skill sets regarding safety, construction and heavy equipment operation
is a must. In addition to competitive pay, the Corporation provides
excellent employee benefits. Applications can be obtained on line at
mccoywsc.com or at our Business Office located at 2125 FM 541 in McCoy, Texas.
For more information, call 830-569-5575.
CDL-A drivers needed immediately. South Texas Oilfield Solutions in Campbellton,
TX is hiring drivers to drive vacuum and winch trucks. Tanker endorsement, hazmat a plus. If interested, call 830-579-4444.
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AUSTIN The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) issued a final order for unlicensed activity against the following individuals during the first quarter of 2012.
S.I.R. Enterprises (William R. Rich)
Swanner Signs (Shon M. Swanner)
Visit the TDLR web site to view licensed air conditioning contractors in your area and for more information on the air conditioning industry. You may also search for past violations in which a final order was issued against companies/contractors: www.license.state.tx.us.
It's important for Texas consumers to understand that TDLR has issued thousands of Occupation Licenses to convicted felons and many registered sex offenders. When calling a business licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing... More ›
It's important for Texas consumers to understand that TDLR has issued thousands of Occupation Licenses to convicted felons and many registered sex offenders. When calling a business licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulations, it's important the consumer request no sex offender or convicted felon arrive at their home or business for repair work.
What is TDLR best at? The answer appears to be: getting a hefty paycheck paid to some of its higher-ranking employees, at taxpayers' expense. Taxpayers pay TDLR, so TDLR doesn't mind looking the other way when it comes to collecting its fines. What do taxpayers get in return for their trust and investment in TDLR, though? No wonder TDLR is so nontransparent. TDLR has plenty to hide, and it isn't pretty...