Maine Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation Manufactured Housing Law and Rule Notices Update
|Emailed Licenses||NOTICE CONCERNING DELIVERY OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING LICENSES
Manufactured Housing licenses are now delivered to licensees via email. The email sender is displayed as “email@example.com” and the subject as “YOUR OFFICIAL (license type) LICENSE IS ATTACHED”. Paper licenses will NOT be mailed to licensees with an email address on file with the Board.
You have the opportunity to update your contact information when you renew your license online or you may update your email address and other contact information anytime here.
|Board Notices||“A” WORK INTERPRETATION OF “WATERTIGHT” New Law – Requires Carbon Monoxide Detectors In Newly Constructed Single Family Homes – EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 2009|
|Rule Making||Manufactured Housing Rules Chapter 380, 890, & 900-effective March 14, 2018, and Chapter 110-effective August 13, 2018|
|Informational||NEW!! ONLINE QUALIFYING EDUCATION TRAINING Mobile vs Modular: What is the Difference? Complaint Form Water Safety Report Boil Water Order Preliminary Well Approval Final Well Approval|
|Statutory Changes||10 Day Notification Requirement|
According to the March 2, 2017 edition of the Lewiston Sun-Journal, there may be a new modular home plant going up in Oxford. The Oxford Planning Board has been presented a preliminary site plan application for a 70,088 sq. ft. building to be constructed on Route 26 across form New Balance Shoes.
Former KBS Building Systems Manager Ray Atkisson of Gemma Enterprises and Capital Holdings LLC hopes to get approvals for then plans so that construction can commence this spring. The expected time frame would be about one year to completion. If plans go through, as many as 80 new jobs would be created for the area.