[ RadSafe ] NYC Proposal to Permit Radiation Detectors
sjd at swcp.com
Mon Jan 7 20:10:56 CST 2008
To answer your question, let us remove the prepositional phrase
from the sentence. The sentence will then read: "The term 'permit' shall
mean the permit . . . issued by the commissioner."
The commissioner is issuing *permits.* He is *not* issuing detectors.
Hmmmmm. Perhaps the question was tongue-in-cheek. Nevertheless,
that's the answer. The commissioner is issuing permits. He is not issuing
At 11:18 AM 1/7/08 -0800, Emer, Dudley wrote:
>I certainly agree it's very poorly written and thought out.
>My favorite is
>f. The term "permit" shall mean the permit for possession and deployment
>of atmospheric biological, chemical and radiological detectors issued by
>Is the commission issuing detectors? Is there a lawyer or English major
>that can help me here?
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>From: Jim Hardeman [mailto:Jim.Hardeman at dnr.state.ga.us]
>Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 11:05 AM
>To: Clayton J Bradt; Emer, Dudley; radsafe at radlab.nl
>Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] NYC Proposal to Permit Radiation Detectors
>I think what you're saying then is that not only is the proposed ordinance
>ill-advised -- it's also poorly written. I concur.
>Jim.Hardeman at dnr.state.ga.us
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