Idaho State Board of Architectural Examiners
MINUTES OF April 11, 2003
ROLL CALL: Present - Stan Cole, Chair
D. Nels Reese
R. G. Nelson
Absent - Alan Giltzow
ALSO PRESENT: Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief
Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief
Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney
The meeting was called to order at 9:05
a.m. by Chair, Stan Cole.
Moved by Mr. Hudson that the minutes of
December 20, 2002 meeting be approved as submitted.
Seconded by Mr. Latham, carried.
Ms. Jacobsen gave a report on the legislative session. She reported that the Boards legislation to require continuing education has passed and will become effective July 1, 2003. The proposed amendment adding the building site language to the scope of practice was stricken. The Board can now prepare and promulgate rules that will make continuing education a requirement for renewal of license effective July 1, 2004.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Moved by Mr. Hudson that Nicholas Latham be
Chair and that Nels Reese be Vice-Chair for the next year.
Seconded by Mr. Nelson, carried.
Mr. Reese reported on his attendance at the
IDP meeting with NCARB in Louisville. He
felt the meeting provided him with valuable information to carry on as the IPD
Discussion was held on the rules for
continuing education. For
consideration was eight hours of Health, Safety, and Welfare, AIA approved or as
otherwise approved by the Board. The
Board requested that the renewal notices for this year’s renewal include a
reminder that next year it will be required to have the continuing education. Discussion will continue during the next meeting of the
Discussion was held on adding a student or
intern member to the Board. The
change would require a statute change. It
was felt that a student or intern would not have the knowledge of the Boards
duties and so they decided not to pursue this change.
Mr. Nelson presented a paper, dealing with
people practicing architecture without benefit of an architect license, to the
Board. The Board discussed various
avenues to explore to deal with this issue.
Mr. Hetrick presented the financial
report. The remaining
appropriation balance for this fiscal year is $2651.84, which will have to cover
the Board until June 30th. The
budget procedure was explained to the Board.
Mr. Hetrick explained that travel expenses are one of the few items that
the Board has control over. As an
example the Board could choose to send only some of its members to national
meeting. Mr. Reese stated that the
national meetings are very beneficial and assist the Board in carrying out their
Mr. Hetrick presented the investigative
report. There were four
complaints received this fiscal year and they are under investigation.
There are two complaints still under investigation from FY 2002.
Discussion was held on the proposed
newsletter. Mr. Giltzow will
present his ideas to the Board during the next schedule meeting.
This newsletter or annual report can be posted on the web page to keep
costs to a minimum.
A request from Robert Visser of Visser
Architects regarding tenure status was read.
The Board requested that a letter be sent to Mr. Visser explaining the
laws and rules do not address tenure status.
Moved by Mr. Latham that Mr. Nelson be the
Idaho Boards designated delegate for the NCARB meeting in June. Seconded by Mr. Reese, carried.
Moved by Mr. Reese that travel to the NCARB meeting in June to San
Antonio be reimbursed for the Board members and Ms. Jacobsen, with rental cars
not being reimbursed. Seconded by
Mr. Latham, carried. It was noted that,
depending on available appropriation, reimbursements for the June NCARB meeting
in San Antoine might not be processed until July.
The next meeting of the Board will be held
in Moscow on May 2nd. Moved
by Mr. Latham that expenses and travel for the Board and appropriate staff be
reimbursed. Seconded by Mr. Hudson,
Letter from Ronald Armstrong regarding
corporate practice was read. The
Board requested that the letter be referred to Roger for a response.
The Board will meet September 12, 2003 in
Applications were reviewed.
There were eight application approved to begin the ARE exam process; nine
licenses approved by endorsement; and three applicants that had completed all
nine sections of the ARE exam approved for licensure.
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