Violating State Law – Lifetime Ban From Ever Owning Or Operating A Business – $5,000 Criminal Fine – Richard W. Graham – Schenectady, New York – 2012 08 15

 

 

 

 

VIOLATING

 

State Law

 

 

 

 

Overview

 

 

The owner of a PEST CONTROL COMPANY did not provide Government Officials with a COMPLETED RECORD FOR A PESTICIDE APPLICATION.

 

The owner also did not produce the required APPRENTICE TRAINING DOCUMENTATION.

 

Furthermore, the owner APPLIED PESTICIDES despite the fact that his INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE HAD LAPSED.

 

More precisely, the owner CONTINUED TO APPLY PESTICIDES, INCLUDING RESTRICTED PESTICIDES, ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS, while his INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE HAD LAPSED.

 

The owner APPLIED PESTICIDES ON 49 OCCASIONS, INCLUDING 16 RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS.

 

After an UNDERCOVER STING OPERATION, Government Officials concluded that a REVOCATION of the owner’s PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION was appropriate and warranted.

 

Government Officials OFFICIALLY REVOKED the owner’s PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION despite EXCUSES OF EXTREME IGNORANCE AND PROCRASTINATION, and EXCUSES OF STAFF THAT HAD ALLEGEDLY FAILED TO KEEP RECORDS, as well as PROMISES TO CATCH UP AND CONDUCT BUSINESS PROPERLY IN THE FUTURE.

 

The owner PLEADED GUILTY in court to APPLYING RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDES WITHOUT A PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE and WITHOUT A PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION.

 

The owner PAID A $5,000 CRIMINAL FINE and was PROHIBITED FROM EVER APPLYING A PESTICIDE, OR HOLDING A PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE, OR PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION.

 

 

 

Lifetime Ban From Ever Owning Or Operating A Pest Control Business

 

 

August 15th, 2012

 

Times Union

 

State of New York

 

Selected and Adapted Excerpts

 

Owner of pest control company is BANNED FROM BUSINESS  …  FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE.

 

Richard W. Graham PLEADS GUILTY to charges IN EXCHANGE for the LIFETIME RESTRICTION.

 

In Schenectady, New York, a man has been BANNED FROM EVER OWNING OR OPERATING A PEST CONTROL BUSINESS after pleading guilty last month to spraying pesticides without a license, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.

 

Richard W. Graham, who has been working under the name of Graham Pest Control, agreed to the LIFETIME BAN under an agreement reached with Department of Environmental Conservation.

 

Graham also pleaded guilty on July 26, 2012, in New Scotland Town Court, to TWO MISDEMEANORS  —  applying restricted-use pesticides WITHOUT A PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION and WITHOUT A BUSINESS REGISTRATION.

 

Consequently, he paid a $5,000 FINE.

 

Graham ADMITTED THAT HE USED THE PESTICIDES in August 2011 on Mason Lane in the Town of New Scotland.

 

This was after his state registration EXPIRED in November 2010, and after his business registration was REVOKED in May 2011.

 

Each charge carried a potential PENALTY OF UP TO A YEAR IN JAIL, and up to a $5,000 FINE FOR EACH DAY OF THE VIOLATION.

 

Department of Environmental Conservation Law Enforcement Major Scott Florence said charges against Graham stemmed from an UNDERCOVER STING done by the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Bureau of Environmental Crimes and staffers within the department’s pesticide bureau.

 

Graham Pest Control, established in 1935 or 1946, employed 1 to 4 people and had an annual revenue of less than $500,000.

 

The services offered included pest control services as well as odor elimination and control services.

 

Pest control services included ant control, bee control, carpenter ants control, fly control, fumigation, gopher control, mice control, mole control, termite baiting, termite certificates, termite inspections, and wall injections.

 

 

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Official Document

 

Department of Environmental Conservation

State of New York

 

 

June 6th, 2011

 

 

Graham, Richard, d/b/a R. Graham Pest Control  ―  Order

 

 

STATE OF NEW YORK

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

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In the Matter of the Notice of Intent to Revoke the Business Registration Issued Pursuant to Title 9 of Article 33 of the

Environmental Conservation Law, and Part 325 of Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York to :

 

RICHARD GRAHAM, d/b/a R. Graham Pest Control, Registrant.

 

 

ORDER

 

 

Department of Environmental Conservation Case No. R4-2010-1027-120

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Registrant Richard Graham, doing business as ( d/b/a ) R. Graham Pest Control, is in the BUSINESS OF APPLYING PESTICIDES. 

 

This administrative enforcement proceeding addresses allegations that registrant failed to comply with a May 25, 2010 order of the Commissioner of Environmental Conservation ( 2010 order ) and that registrant has been APPLYING PESTICIDES WITHOUT A VALID PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION.

 

On or about February 17, 2011, staff of the Bureau of Pesticides of the Region 4 office of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ( Department ) served registrant with a Notice of Intent to Revoke Business Registration ( notice ), pursuant to title 9 of article 33 of the Environmental Conservation Law ( ECL ) and section 325.23( e )( 5 ) of title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York ( 6 NYCRR ). 

 

The notice referenced registrant’s violation of the 2010 order, specifically his FAILURE TO PROVIDE A COMPLETED RECORD FOR A PESTICIDE APPLICATION on February 13, 2009, at 585 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York, and a copy of the pesticide apprentice training documentation for his apprentice. 

 

In addition, the notice indicated that REGISTRANT’S INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE HAD LAPSED.

 

In response to the notice, registrant, by letter dated March 12, 2011, requested a hearing pursuant to 6 NYCRR § 325.13 ( b ).

 

Assistant Regional Attorney Jill Phillips provided Chief Administrative Law Judge James T. McClymonds with a statement of readiness dated April 26, 2011. 

 

The matter was assigned to Administrative Law Judge ( ALJ ) Helene G. Goldberger who prepared the attached report subsequent to a hearing held on May 24, 2011.

 

I adopt the Administrative Law Judge’s report as my decision in this matter. 

 

Department staff has demonstrated its entitlement to judgment as a matter of law on its claims that registrant has not complied with the 2010 order. 

 

In addition, Department staff proved that registrant CONTINUED TO APPLY PESTICIDES, INCLUDING RESTRICTED PESTICIDES, ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS AFTER REGISTRANT’S INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE LAPSED.

 

Registrant’s VIOLATIONS are VERY SERIOUS.  ABSENT SUFFICIENT TRAINING, DOCUMENTATION OF PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS, and APPROPRIATE LEGAL CERTIFICATION, the public health and environment are potentially jeopardized by improper pesticide usage. 

 

Accordingly, in the circumstances presented in this proceeding, I conclude that REVOCATION OF REGISTRANT’S PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION is appropriate and warranted.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, having considered this matter and being duly advised, it is ORDERED that :

 

I.   Registrant Richard Graham, d/b/a R. Graham Pest Control, is adjudged to have committed the following VIOLATIONS :

 

A.   Registrant failed to comply with the May 25, 2010 order of Commissioner Alexander B. Grannis by :

 

( a )   not providing a COMPLETED RECORD FOR A PESTICIDE APPLICATION on February 13, 2009, at 585 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York, and

 

( b )   not producing required APPRENTICE TRAINING DOCUMENTATION for his pesticide apprentice; and

 

B.   Registrant applied pesticides without a valid pesticide applicator’s certification in violation of 6 NYCRR 325.7( a ).

 

II.   As a result of the violations set forth in paragraph I of this order, the PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION of Richard Graham, d/b/a R. Graham Pest Control, is hereby REVOKED.

 

III.   All communications from registrant to the Department concerning this order shall be made to Jill Phillips, Esq., Assistant Regional Attorney, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 4, 1130 North Westcott Road, Schenectady, New York 12306.

 

IV.   The provisions, terms and conditions of this order shall bind registrant Richard Graham, d/b/a R. Graham Pest Control, and his agents, successors and assigns, in any and all capacities.

 

For the New York State Department

of Environmental Conservation

 

By :

Joseph J. Martens

Commissioner

 

Dated : June 6, 2011

Albany, New York

 

STATE OF NEW YORK

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

625 Broadway

Albany, New York 12233-1550

 

In the Matter

 

– of –

 

the Notice of Intent to REVOKE THE BUSINESS REGISTRATION

issued pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law, Article 33, Title 9

and Part 325 of Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and

Regulations of the State of New York to :

 

RICHARD GRAHAM, d/b/a

R. Graham Pest Control

3406 State Street

Schenectady, New York,

 

Registrant.

 

Department of Environmental Conservation File No. R4-2010-1027-120

 

 

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Official Document

 

Department of Environmental Conservation

State of New York

 

 

May 25th, 2011

 

 

PROCEEDINGS

 

 

On or about February 17, 2011, staff of the Bureau of Pesticides of the Region 4 office of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ( DEC or Department ) served Registrant, Richard Graham, with a NOTICE OF INTENT TO REVOKE BUSINESS REGISTRATION, pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law ( ECL ), Article 33, Title 9 and § 325.23 ( e )( 5 ) of Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations ( 6 NYCRR ), upon DEC staff’s determination that the respondent FAILED TO COMPLY with a May 25, 2010 Commissioner’s Order.

 

Specifically, the Order required the registrant to provide to the Department :

 

a )   A COMPLETED RECORD FOR A PESTICIDE APPLICATION on February 13, 2009 at 585 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY including information on the pesticide EPA registration number, dosage rate, and method of application; and

 

b )   A copy of the PESTICIDE APPRENTICE TRAINING DOCUMENTATION for apprentice Bill Kennedy.  In response to the Notice, by letter dated March 12, 2011, Mr. Graham requested a hearing pursuant to 6 NYCRR § 325.13( b ).

 

On April 26, 2011, Assistant Regional Attorney Jill Phillips provided Chief Administrative Law Judge ( ALJ ) James T. McClymonds with a Statement of Readiness dated April 26, 2011. 

 

CALJ McClymonds assigned the matter to me on April 28, 2011. 

 

On May 3, 2011, I convened a conference call in which Ms. Phillips, Mr. Graham, and I agreed to hold a hearing on May 24, 2011.

 

On May 24, 2011, I convened the REVOCATION HEARING in the Department of Environmental Conservation Region 4 headquarters at 1130 North Westcott Road, Schenectady, NY. 

 

Jill Phillips, Assistant Regional Attorney, NYSDEC, Region 4, represented Department staff. Richard Graham was pro se. 

 

The following exhibits were taken into evidence :

 

1.   Statement of Readiness dated April 26, 2011.

 

2.   Notice of Intent to Revoke Business Registration dated February 17, 2011.

 

3.   Letter dated March 12, 2011 from Mr. Graham to Mark Solan and/or Regional Engineer.

 

4.   Notice of Hearing dated May 3, 2011.

 

5.   Commissioner’s Order dated May 25, 2010 w/annexed default summary report by ALJ Dubois dated May 20, 2010.

 

6.   Notice of Inspection dated September 23, 2010.

 

7.   Voluntary Statement of Richard Graham dated September 23, 2010.

 

8.   CertAdmin Database  ―  Report for Richard W. Graham dated May 10, 2011.

 

9.   Applicator/Technician Pesticide Annual Report ( 2010 ) for Richard Graham.

 

These exhibits were taken into evidence without any objection from either party. 

 

The Department staff did not make an opening statement. 

 

In his opening statement, MR. GRAHAM STATED THAT DUE TO EXTREME IGNORANCE AND PROCRASTINATION "THIS CAME ABOUT." 

 

He explained that he had RELIED ON SUPPORT STAFF THAT HAD FAILED TO KEEP RECORDS. 

 

He stated that while the results from these failings have been overwhelming, HE PLANS TO CATCH UP AND CONDUCT BUSINESS PROPERLY IN THE FUTURE.

 

The Department staff presented one witness  ―  Mark Solan, Bureau of Pesticide Management, Pesticides Supervisor Control Specialist 2. 

 

Mr. Graham testified on his own behalf. 

 

The staff made a closing statement indicating that the REVOCATION WAS JUSTIFIED by Mr. Graham’s FAILURE TO COMPLY with the Commissioner’s Order and his APPLICATION OF PESTICIDES WITHOUT A CERTIFICATION. 

 

Mr. Graham closed by stating he WAS NOT AWARE THAT HIS CERTIFICATION HAD EXPIRED when he made those applications and that it was his INTENTION TO SUBMIT THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION, to PAY THE FEES, and to REAPPLY FOR HIS CERTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION.

 

 

FINDINGS OF FACT

 

 

1.   Richard Graham is the owner of R. Graham Pest Control.  He had a pesticide certification ( i.d. number 4051682 ) that EXPIRED on November 21, 2010.

 

2.   By Order dated May 25, 2010, Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Grannis found that Richard Graham had  …

 

a )   FAILED TO RECORD CERTAIN INFORMATION ABOUT AN APPLICATION OF PESTICIDES on February 13, 2009, in the City of Albany in violation of ECL § 33-1205 ( 1 ) and

 

b )   FAILED TO MAINTAIN TRAINING DOCUMENTATION FOR HIS PESTICIDE APPRENTICE, Bill Kennedy, in violation of 6 NYCR § 325.10.  The Commissioner ORDERED THE RESPONDENT TO PAY A PENALTY OF $2,250 and to produce the missing information within 30 days. Although the respondent paid the penalty, he failed to produce the records.

 

3.   On September 23, 2010, Selinda Schlierman, Pesticide Control Specialist 1, and Mark Solan, Pesticide Control Specialist 2, conducted an inspection of Richard Graham’s business office at 3406 State Street in Schenectady, New York.  As part of the inspection, they asked Mr. Graham for the records required by the Commissioner’s May 25, 2010 Order.  However, while Mr. Graham provided the application record for the February 13, 2009 application, it was LACKING THE EPA REGISTRATION NUMBER AND SPECIFIC PLACE OF APPLICATION.  With respect to Mr. Kennedy’s training records, Mr. Graham provided a voluntary statement that the RECORDS WERE NOT AVAILABLE.

 

4.   Based upon Mr. Graham’s failure to comply with the Commissioner’s Order, on February 17, 2011, Department staff sent Mr. Graham a NOTICE OF INTENT TO REVOKE BUSINESS REGISTRATION.  In this Notice, staff also noted that Mr. Graham’s INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE LICENSE HAD EXPIRED as of November 21, 2010 and he was NOT TO ENGAGE in any commercial application of pesticides, the private application of restricted use pesticides, or the sale of restricted pesticides.

 

5.   Despite the lapse of his pesticide certification, Mr. Graham DID APPLY PESTICIDES ON 49 OCCASIONS INCLUDING 16 RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS.

 

6.   Mr. Graham applied for renewal of his pesticide certification but FAILED TO PROVIDE PROOF of required continuing education credits or provide a check for the applicable fees ( $750 ).  Therefore, staff declined to process the application.

 

 

DISCUSSION

 

 

Section 325.13( a ) of 6 NYCRR provides the basis for denial, suspension or revocation of certified applicators and technician certification. 

 

Among the reasons set forth in the regulation for REVOCATION are :

 

1.   The applicant or certified pesticide applicator has FAILED TO COMPLY with any provision of Article 33 or the implementing rules or regulations ( 325.13[a][5] );

 

2.   The applicant or certified pesticide applicator has FAILED TO DEMONSTRATE SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE concerning the proper use and application of pesticides ( 325.13[a][6] ); and

 

3.   The applicant or certified applicator has FAILED TO MAINTAIN RECORDS required by Part 325 or Article 33 ( 325.13[a][7] ).

 

Mr. Graham was found by Commissioner Grannis in the 2010 Order to have violated Article 33 and Part 325 provisions by FAILING TO MAINTAIN PROPER DOCUMENTATION OF APPLICATIONS and FAILING TO DEMONSTRATE SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE BY HIS EMPLOYEE Mr. Kennedy. 

 

Moreover, Mr. Graham CONTINUED TO APPLY PESTICIDES, including restricted pesticides, AFTER HIS CERTIFICATION LAPSED.

 

While Mr. Graham testified to the ADMINISTRATIVE FAILURES that he blamed for his failures to keep necessary records, to keep his employee and himself current on continuing education credits, and to pay appropriate fees, he did not dispute the Department staff’s allegations.

 

The only fact to which he raised questions was Mr. Solan’s statement that Department of Environmental Conservation Central Office routinely sends applicators reminders of the expiration of their certifications thirty days prior to the expiration date. 

 

Mr. Graham stated that he did not know if any notification was received by his office. However, he did not dispute that the certification itself contains the expiration date.

 

There is no question that Mr. Graham FAILED TO PROVIDE THE INFORMATION REQUIRED by the Commissioner’s May 25, 2010 Order.

 

In addition, he CONDUCTED PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS AFTER HIS CERTIFICATION EXPIRED.

 

While I found Mr. Graham to be a credible witness and there is no reason to doubt his description of ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT FAILURE, IT IS NOT A VIABLE DEFENSE TO THE DEPARTMENT STAFF’S CHARGES.

 

The pesticide laws and regulations are critical to protecting the public from improper application of pesticides.

 

Accurate record-keeping and compliance with educational requirements are two key means by which the Department attempts to ensure that pesticide applicators are conducting this potentially harmful activity safely.

 

 

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

 

 

I find that the Department staff’s revocation of Richard Graham’s business registration is appropriate based upon the facts presented by staff and Mr. Graham’s own admissions.

 

 

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Official Document

 

Department of Environmental Conservation

State of New York

 

 

July 30th, 2012

 

 

PESTICIDE APPLICATOR PLEADS

GUILTY TO PESTICIDE VIOLATIONS

 

 

According to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation ( DEC )  ―

 

Richard W. Graham, owner of Graham Pest Control of Niskayuna, PLEADED GUILTY on July 26 in New Scotland Town Court to APPLYING RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDES WITHOUT A PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE and WITHOUT A BUSINESS REGISTRATION.

 

Both charges are MISDEMEANORS.

 

Graham PAID A $5,000 CRIMINAL FINE.

 

He also entered into an administrative order with Department of Environmental Conservation PROHIBITING HIM FROM EVER APPLYING FOR OR HOLDING A PESTICIDE APPLICATION REGISTRATION OR PESTICIDE BUSINESS REGISTRATION.

 

According to Scott Florence Department of Environmental Conservation Law Enforcement Major  ―

 

I commend our Bureau of Environmental Crimes Investigators and Pesticide staff for their excellent work during this UNDERCOVER STING OPERATION.

 

Staff worked long hours to bring this case to a successful conclusion and it would not have been possible without their dedication and commitment.

 

Graham applied restricted use pesticides after his PESTICIDE APPLICATION LICENSE EXPIRED in November 2010 and after his business registration was REVOKED in May 2011.

 

Each charge carries a potential penalty of up to one year in jail and/or up to a $5,000 fine per day of the violation.

 

Department of Environmental Conservation closely regulates the use and application of pesticides in New York state to ensure the protection of public health and the environment.

 

The use, sale or possession of RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDES are limited to individuals permitted and registered by Department of Environmental Conservation due to the toxicity and potential for misuse of such pesticides.

 

The UNDERCOVER STING OPERATION was conducted by Department of Environmental Conservation, and the case was prosecuted by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office.

 

 

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