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Applicant Withdraws Longshoreman Application as a Maintenance Man with Prejudice After Being Administratively Charged With Various Violations of Waterfront Commission Act, Including Felony Convictions, and Fraud, Deceit or Misrepresentation on the Application

May 9, 2022

The Commission accepted the request of Michael Mazzei, 34, of Millburn, New Jersey, to withdraw with prejudice his Application for Registration as a Maintenance Man with sponsorship from American Maritime Service of New York, Inc. The Commission had charged Mazzei in a Notice of Hearing with 10 counts of violating the Waterfront Commission Act which were to be addressed at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. The Notice of Hearing included allegations that he been convicted on May 14, 2012 in Florida upon his plea of guilty, to Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling, a 2nd-degree felony as well as being convicted on September 17, 2015 in Florida, for Possession of Cocaine, a 3rd-degree felony. Mazzei was further alleged to have committed fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation by falsely misrepresenting his arrest and drug use history on his Longshoreman Application.

Facing the aforementioned allegations of violating the Waterfront Commission Act, Mazzei requested the withdrawal with prejudice of his Application for Registration. The Commission accepted the request.

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