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N.C. Official Sics License Police On Computer Scientist For Too Good a Complaint

February 3rd, 2011 02:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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snsh writes “When a computer scientist in North Carolina petitioned the state for a new traffic signal in his neighborhood, a transportation official replied with a complaint about what ‘appears to be engineering-level work’ done by someone who is not licensed as a professional engineer.” Kevin Lacy, chief traffic engineer for the state DOT, and the one who filed a complaint with the N.C. Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors, protested that in trying to have Computer Scientist David Cox investigated for his detailed complaint about a traffic intersection while not licensed as a professional engineer, “I’m not trying to hush him up.”

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    The City Council agreed last year to add signals at the two
    intersections if DOT agrees that they are warranted by traffic
    conditions.

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