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IDK if the laws have changed since but, on other houses of ours I was allowed to do my own electric and permit. As example, in Oregon (new mobile home electric and septic), and California (designed and built my own 26X52 stick frame shop). If you hired someone yes, they needed a license.
 

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If they only needed an Oklahoma license, it wouldn't be so bad, but they need both an Oklahoma state license and a Choctaw city license. Since there's only a handful of electricians who have the city license, the price doubles.
 

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With me starting my new job soon, I need a much bigger tool box. Stopped at the local home center today and picked this up and it was $100 off!

The one I was looking at originally was $498 and was smaller then this. I noticed it was on sale so I couldn't pass this up..
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No new tool box is complete without the sticker christening:
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I've been eyeing the Husky "Professional" boxes at Homeless Despot; I had a line on a used Snappy for a deal, but he decided to keep it. How do you like this box? I like the cabinet door and the big drawer layout.
 
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