On Monday July 28, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. the Board of Cosmetology held the Oral Proceedings for the May 19, 2014 Revision of the Rules and Regulations. The following schools had representation….. Ann Simmons and Tammy Brown, Chris’s Beauty College; Marie Butler, Magnolia College of Cosmetology; Karoline Finch, Mississippi Institute of Aesthetics, Nails & Cosmetology and David Derrick, Academy of Hair Design….
Each person who had submitted a request to speak was given no more that 5 minutes to speak. Which was basically an insult seeing how there were only 7 people on the agenda to speak. So the Board set aside 3 hours for what they only allowed the public to speak 35 minutes…
The Board did tell everyone who spoke at the Oral Proceedings that they would need to submit their written presentation to the Board office no later than Monday August 4, 2014, in order to be considered for the final review of the final, final version of the May 19, 2014 Board of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations… And maybe after a couple more final, final drafts we can finally have a set of rules and regulations that we can provide to our students!!!!!!
In the amount of time it has taken them to mess up our Rules and Regulations, they could have re – written the U.S. Constitution…. AND changed the Pledge of Allegiance!
Hairtchr, I agree with you 110%! But lets not forget that we do have people who think it cost more to mail the same letter to different parts of MS, working on OUR Rules and Regulations…..and we wonder why we still have no “Final” rules and regulations to give to our students so once again, the 3 Amigos have single handedly done more harm to our industry than good.
I also don’t agree with them only allowing the public 5 mins to speak…I mean, it takes the 3 Amigos more than 5 mins to even understand what you are saying to them and for them to shuffle their papers, check their phones, scratch their heads, and give each other a “look.”
I pray for God to please bless our industry because unfortunately, these 3 women are destroying it every time they sit around the board table.