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Actions Taken by the Georgia State Board of Barbers at its February 21 Meeting

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Macon, Ga.—The Georgia State Board of Barbers met on Monday, February 21, 2011.   The Board voted to ratify the following cease and desist orders:

  • Cheryl J. Wilson Malcolm, Conyers
  • Aaron Anthony Simmons, Decatur
  • Tru Klutz, Lithonia
  • Marvin Lasalle Reid, Lithonia
  • Justin Guevarez, Marietta
  • Dr. Kutz, McDonough
  • Lucas Glover, McDonough
  • Thomas Dbalaji Rolle, Norcross
  • Emmanuel Ridore, Royal Cuts, Powder Springs
  • Split Enz Barbershop, Stone Mountain
  • Maurice Alantino Harrison, Stone Mountain
  • Albert R Cox, Jr, Waynesboro

The Board voted to suspend the following license:

  • Erin Sampson, McDonough

The Board voted to accept payment on the following citations:

  • Tony’s Barber Salon, Atlanta
  • Royal Styles and Barber, Atlanta
  • Faith Barber Shop, Atlanta
  • Tes’es Best Barber & Beauty Shop, College Park
  • Elegancer Coiffeus II, Decatur
  • JJ’s Barber Salon, Decatur
  • Roffler Family Hair Care Center, Hinesville
  • At The Barber Shop, Riverdale
  • Boyz II Men Barber, Savannah

The Board voted to uphold the following citations:

  • Ernesto’s Cuts, Atlanta
  • Executive Barber Shop, Atlanta
  • Hair Masters Barber & Styling, Atlanta
  • Ultimate First Class Barber Shop, Atlanta
  • West Barber Shop, Atlanta
  • C’est La Vie Unisex Salon, College Park
  • Exclusive Cut, Covington
  • Dramatic Designs, Decatur
  • Your Hometown Barber, Douglas
  • ND Kutz Barber Shop, Lithia Springs
  • Flawless Cuts, Lithonia
  • Milton Broughton, Lithonia
  • Corner Cutz LLC, Lithonia
  • Eclectic Hair Emporium, Marietta
  • Brown Barber Shop, Morrow
  • Envious Styles, Morrow

The Board voted to accept the following consent orders:

  • Courtney Keith Gunter, Decatur: Consent Agreement for Licensure
  • Rory Kimble d/b/a D R Kutz Salon, McDonough: Consent Agreement for Licensure

The Georgia State Board of Barbers will hold its next meeting Monday, May 2, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. at the Professional Licensing Boards Division office in Macon.

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