7 Rutherford businesses cited by state for wrongdoing in November 2019

Dec 17, 2019 at 08:00 am by Michelle Willard


The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance’s Division of Regulatory Boards released Monday, Dec. 16 its latest Disciplinary Action Report, which compiles the actions taken by its boards and commissions during the month of November and seven Rutherford County businesses were on the list.

 

Program

Respondent

Location

Violation

Action

Date

Accountancy

Zachary Allen Jett

Murfreesboro

Offering attest services without being enrolled in peer review program

$750 civil penalty plus submission of peer review exemption form and retraction letter

11/22/19

Motor Vehicle

Toyota of Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro

Issued more temporary tags than allowed

$1,500 civil penalty

11/22/19

Private Protective Services

Phillip Foster

Murfreesboro

Failure to comply with T.C.A. §36-5-706 (Failure to pay child support)

Suspension

11/27/19

 

Private Protective Services

Oliver Hylton

La Vergne

Failure to comply with T.C.A. §36-5-706 (Failure to pay child support)

Suspension

11/27/19

Cosmetology & Barber

Davi Nails

Smyrna

No manager or owner was present during operating hours plus unlicensed activity

$1,500 civil penalty

11/06/19

Cosmetology & Barber

Kayla Longever

Smyrna

Unlicensed activity

$1,000 civil penalty

11/26/19

Cosmetology & Barber

Matthew Garrett

Smyrna

Failure to comply with T.C.A. §36-5-706 (Failure to pay child support)

Suspension

11/27/19

The Division of Regulatory Boards protects the health and safety of Tennessee citizens through boards, commissions, and programs by ensuring that persons meet minimum professional standards, by responsively and timely handling complaints, and by providing consumer education on regulated professions and industries. The Division’s boards include the Board for Licensing Contractors, the Motor Vehicle Commission, the Real Estate Commission, the Board of Funeral Directors & Embalmers and the Cosmetology & Barber Examiners Board, among others.

These boards, commissions, and programs are empowered to take disciplinary action – including revocation of licenses and assessment of civil penalties – against license holders found guilty of violating laws governing their professions.



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