Idaho State Board of Architectural Examiners
Bureau of Occupational Licenses
1109 Main Street, Suite 220
Boise, Idaho 83702-5642
(208) 334-3233

MINUTES OF November 5, 1999

ROLL CALL: R. G. Nelson; Ronald Bevans; Alan Giltzow; Raymond Hudson; James McLaughlin; Stan Cole

ALSO PRESENT: Thomas E. Limbaugh, Bureau chief; Budd A. Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief; John Kersey, Supervising Investigator; Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney; Cherie Simpson, Administrative Assistant I

Chairman R.G. Nelson called the meeting to order at 9:02 a.m.

Motion by Mr. Bevans to approve minutes of September 10, 1999 board meeting, seconded by Mr. Giltzow, carried.

Mr. Limbaugh addressed the Board on the financial report. Discussion was held. Motion by Mr. Gilzow that the Bureau explore the costs of a toll free number and a calling card for the Board Chairperson. Seconded by Mr. McLaughlin, carried. Mr. Limbaugh distributed the contract between the Board and the Bureau. Discussion was held. Motion by Mr. Bevans that the contract be accepted and signed by the Board Chair, seconded by Mr. Hudson, carried.

Mr. Kersey distributed the investigative report for review by the Board.

Discussion was held on the structure of firms where architecture is practiced.

Discussion was held on the Interior Architecture degree program at the University of Idaho.

Motion by Mr. McLaughlin that a letter be sent, to all students in the program and those who have graduated, advising that use of the word "architect" or "architectural" in their advertising or promotions would be a violation of Architect Law. Seconded by Mr. Giltzow, carried.

Motion by Mr. Giltzow that the Board wait 30 days from the date of Mr. Hale’s letter to Paul Windley was mailed for a response. If no response received, a letter will be sent to Brian Pitcher. If no response within 30 days a letter will be sent to President Hoover. Seconded by Mr. McLaughlin carried.

Discussion was held on the proposed rule changes.

Discussion was held on the possibility of proposing continuing education requirements for renewal of architect license.

Mr. Limbaugh asked if there were meetings the Board would like Mr. Limbaugh to attend on their behalf. They stated that the NCARB and WCARB meetings are meeting they feel are necessary to stay abreast of the profession.

A single proposal for designing a new wall certificate was reviewed. Motion by Mr. Hudson that the proposal from Roy DeYoung of Temel West be accepted in regard to his fee and description of services. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.

The Board directed Ms. Simpson to write a letter to Connie Searles of AIA, advising that the term of Jim McLaughlin is expiring and nominees should be sent to the Governors office.

The date of the next meeting will be February 4 or 11, 2000.

Motion by Mr. Bevans to adjourn at 11:45 a.m. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.


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