CHARLOTTE COUNTY — The county recently stopped a painting contractor from working on the Port Charlotte Public Library roof because the practice may not comply with state regulations.
The county allowed the painting firm to put a protective coating on the library roof to extend its life, said David Milligan, director of county facilities construction and maintenance. But last month, when it was reported to Charlotte County that, according to state guidelines, coating roof systems requires a licensed roofing contractor, the county ceased operations.
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