Three construction tradesmen, accused in separate cases of contracting without a license, have each agreed to pay a $100 fine to settle the charges, according to orders issued by the state Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
- Troy Patterson, formerly of Salt Lake and now living in Highland, Calif., was not licensed when he was paid $1,438 for brick and concrete work at a residence, a petition attached to the order said. When the customer wasn't satisfied with the work, Patterson agreed to refund half the payment, but only returned $200, the petition said.- Garth Hall, Rockville, was not licensed when he agreed to work as a subcontractor on a project in St. George and eight days later was confronted by a licensing investigator about his status as a contractor, a petition said.
- Allan W. Robinson, of All Season Sprinklers in Ogden, admitted to doing work without a license when he applied for a license with the division last August. An audit showed All Seasons had done $22,836 of business while unlicensed and advertised itself as a licensed contractor, a petition said. The company, however, was granted a license last October.