SACRAMENTO - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced the following appointment
July 14, 2017
Ronna Mee Brand, 68, of Los Angeles, has been reappointed to the California Structural Pest Control Board, where she
has served since 2012. Brand has been state director at the California Association of Realtors since 2006 and founder,
owner and broker at Brand Realty since 1984. She is a member of the Beverly Hills-Greater Los Angeles Association of REALTORS® and the
National Association of REALTORS®. The position does not require Senate confirmation and the compensation is $100 per diem.
In 1935 Assembly Bill 2382, "An act to regulate the practice of structural pest control; to create the Structural Pest Control Board; to provide for the registration and licensing of persons engaged in such practice, and for the protection of the public in the practice of structural pest control", was passed by the California State Legislature. The bill was signed by the Governor on July 20, 1935 and became law on September 15, 1935.
The Structural Pest Control Board is composed of seven members of which, by law, four are public members, and three are members of the pest control industry. The Governor appoints two public members and three licensed industry members. The Senate Rules Committee and the Speaker of the Assembly each appoint one public member. Board Members may serve up to two four-year terms. Board members fill non-salaried positions but are paid per diem for each Board meeting, committee meeting, and other meetings approved by the President of the Board. Travel expenses are also reimbursed.
The Structural Pest Control Board's highest priority is to protect and benefit the public by regulating the pest control industry.
The Structural Pest Control Board will strive to be the national regulatory leader. The Structural Pest Control Board will effectively regulate the structural pest control industry, and protect and inform the public.