(A)   The annual fee for an electrical contractor’s license under this subchapter shall be $200. The annual license fee for each annual renewal of a license shall be $100 if renewed within 30 days of expiration. The Electrical Commission, upon good cause, may recommend the non- renewal of any contractor’s license to the Mayor.
   (B)   Licenses renewed 30 days after expiration, shall be subject to an additional late fee of $100. Licenses which have been expired for 180 days or longer are no longer valid, and a contractor with an expired license will have to take an electrical contractor’s exam to become re-licensed.
   (C)   The initial fee for an electrical contractor’s exam under this chapter shall be $100.
   (D)   Any person obtaining an electrical contractor’s license following the issuance of a stop work order for failure to be licensed, shall pay an additional $250 in addition to the initial fee at the time of receiving a license.
   (E)   Any contractor who fails the examination for his or her license and is required to re-test must pay a $50 re-examination fee for each re-test. Persons who fail to show for a scheduled test will be considered as having failed the test.
   (F)   The full annual fee must be paid, regardless of when a license is issued and there will be no proration of fee, nor refund of fee upon revocation or expiration of license.
(Prior Code, § 151.27) (Ord. 3351, passed 11-9-1961; Am. Ord. 4328, passed 6-13-1977; Am. Ord. 9200, passed 3-25- 2013) Penalty, see § 10.99