Bureau of Occupational Licenses
Minutes of December 9, 2005
BUREAU PRESENT: Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief
Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief
Marcie Mcginty, Investigations Coordinator
Maria Brown, Technical Records Specialist
OTHERS PRESENT: Stephanie Guyon, Deputy Attorney General
Meeting called to order at 9:08 a.m. Mountain Standard time, by chair Alan Giltzow. The meeting was held at the Bureau of Occupational Licenses. The board reviewed the minutes from the November 9, 2005 board meeting which was held via conference call.
Mr. Latham made a motion to accept the minutes with amendments. Seconded by Mr. Giltzow, carried.
The board reviewed the minutes from the September 16, 2005 board meeting which was held via conference call.
Mr. Jensen made a motion to accept the minutes as written. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.
Ms. Jacobsen, Bureau Chief, gave the legislative report. The board discussed new language in the legislative report. Mr. Hales, Administrative Attorney, requested that a board member join the legislative session to answer possible technical questions.
Mr. Giltzow said that he would be willing to attend the session.
Mr. Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief, gave the financial report. The board has $37,125.18 in appropriation with a cash balance of $183,266.93.
Mr. Hetrick gave the investigative report. Mr. Giltzow has been given the complaints for review. Once he has reviewed the complaints, he will give them back to the Bureau of Occupational Licenses.
FY2006: To date, two (2) complaints have been received, and assigned for investigation.
FY-2005: Eleven (11) complaints were received. Four (4) have been closed; three (3) remain under investigation; four (4) have been referred for legal review.
FY-2004: Nineteen (19) complaints were received. Seven (7) have been closed; five (5) were referred for legal review; five (5) remain under investigation; and two await Board determination.
The board reviewed complaints regarding formal action:
ARC L 1A4-04-4: Motion was made by Mr. Cole to approve the recommendation of the Bureau to send a letter, authorize closure and refer complaint to the county prosecutor. Seconded by Ms. Servick, carried.
ARC L4-4-04-5 Motion was made by Mr. Latham to approve the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.
Stephanie Guyon, Deputy Attorney General, presented the following consent agreements for board recommendations:
ARC 2005-2, ARC-2006-1 and ARC-2006-2: Motion was made by Mr. Latham to approve the recommendation of the Attorney Generals office to forward the complaints to the Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors for investigation. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.
The board took a 5 minute break.
Meeting was called back to order at 10:00 a.m.
The board discussed the WCARB dues. The board will stay with the $4500.00 fee option.
The board discussed email sent from Arch Voices regarding the ARE and IDP running concurrent. Board will continue to address this during future meetings.
The board reviewed a letters from a licensee requesting clarification on affiliation with a company. Mr. Hales directed the board to Law 307. Mr. Hales to write a letter to the licensee referring to Law 307. Mr. Giltzow to review the entire Idaho Law regarding Architecture.
The board reviewed a letter sent
in from a licensee explaining disciplinary action taken towards his license in
Motion was made by Ms. Servick to accept the board’s recommendation to accept explanation and renew licensee’s license. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.
The board discussed the contents of the Idaho Architectural Examiners newsletter.
Next meeting date is scheduled for February 3, 2005 at 9:00 a.m.
Motion was made by Mr. Latham to adjourn. Seconded by Mr. Cole, carried.