IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

 

Jerry Nemec, Chairman

Pamela Prather

Alan Gelet

Art Elliott III

Steve Pinther

 

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

Boise, Idaho

 

 

12/19/2006

Board Meeting

 

 

Meeting was called to order at 9:35 a.m.

 

Board Members present:  Jerry Nemec-Chair; Steve R. Pinther; Art Elliott; Alan Gelet and Pamela Prather.

 

Others present: Rayola Jacobsen- Bureau Chief; Budd Hetrick- Deputy Bureau Chief; Emily McMaster-Deputy Attorney General; Jeremy Pisca- Attorney Roger Hales-IBOL Administrative attorney; and Alla Osipchuk- TR1

 

The board reviewed the minutes for the 12/12/2006 conference call. Motion was made by Ms. Prather to approve the minutes as reviewed.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, motion carried.

 

Scott Phillips, a representative from the office of Governor Jim Risch, presented the board with the Governor's Alien Verification Initiative. Mr. Phillips discussed the status of the initiative, its anticipated implementation, its potential impact and the planed educational tools to inform the public.

 

Mr. Pisca addressed the board regarding Idaho Association of Building Officials (IDABO) Contractor License Program. Discussion was held on potential problems and concerns that may stem from the IDABO legislation, which include:

 

 

The board requested that Mr. Hales compose a letter expressing the boardís position, and concerns regarding IDABO proposals. With the intent to encourage cooperation, the letter should include current board registration statistics that demonstrate the effectiveness and the value that the board provides the construction industry. The board requested that the letter be sent first to city officials in Idaho Falls, ID and Ammon, ID and then to all other remaining jurisdictions.

 

Motion was made by Mr. Pinther for Mr. Hales to compose a letter addressing the boardís position on IDABO.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, motion carried.

 

Board took a short break 9:50-10:05

 

Ms. McMaster presented the planned Hearing meeting scheduled for January 25, 2006 regarding 16 registrants that failed to provide the bureau with adequate General Liability insurance information and have experienced a notice of cancellation, a letter of notification and responded with lack of compliance. The Hearing meeting will allow the registrants in question an opportunity to contest the matter before the board.

 

 The following 16 registrants were scheduled for the hearing meeting.

 

CON-2007-6 RCE-2209 Insurance canceled April 7, 2006

CON-2007-7 RCE-527 Insurance canceled January 20, 2006

CON-2007-8 RCT-14059 Insurance canceled April 12, 2006

CON-2007-9 RCT-8984 Insurance canceled February 27, 2006

CON-2007-10 RCT-12552 Insurance canceled June 14, 2006

CON-2007-11 RCT-9066 Insurance canceled July 14, 2006

CON-2007-12 RCE-3166 Insurance canceled May 5, 2006

CON-2007-19 RCE-15980 Insurance canceled July 17, 2006

CON-2007-20 RCT-17851 Insurance canceled September 29, 2006

CON-2007-21 RCT-3098 Insurance canceled September 25, 2006

CON-2007-22 RCT 12458 Insurance canceled September 18, 2006

CON-2007-23 RCT-15022 Insurance canceled October 4, 2006

CON-2007-27 RCE-16255 Insurance canceled October 4, 2006

CON-2007-28 RCT-18368 Insurance canceled October 19, 2006

CON-2007-29 RCT-17198 Insurance canceled September 27, 2006

CON-2007-33 RCT-8416 Insurance canceled April 30, 2006

 

Ms. McMaster recommends placing an emergency suspension order today, which will take affect December 29, 10 days after the registrant is served with a letter of notification as well as a proposed settlement of $250 in fines and $250 in fees.

 

Ms. McMaster recommended three proposed stipulations that allow the registrants an opportunity to provide our office with additional insurance information within the 10 day period, prior to the emergency suspension.

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to approve the emergence suspension to take affect December 29, for the 16 applicants in question.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to give the Bureau authority to dismiss the motion, fines and fees if continuous liability insurance coverage is provided with in 10 days.  Seconded by Mr. Elliott, motion carried.

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to give the Bureau authority to assign $250 fines and $250 for recovery of fees if the registrant signs and returns the stipulation and is able to provide current Liability insurance but have not experienced a time lapse in coverage. Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

Mr. Nemec requested that Mr. Hetrick provide a report of the disciplinary action taken by the Bureau through email.

 

Ms. Jacobsen reported the numbers of licensees we currently have, 18,562 with 800 applications that are in the office awaiting completion.  Discussion was held.

 

Ms. Jacobsen presented the financial report and addressed possible budget constraints in the future related to increased fund allocations to investigations.

 

Mr. Nemec requested that Mr. Hetrick send an email regarding information on Compensation for pro-reviewers which was discussed at the 11/28/2006 board meeting.

 

Mr. Hetrick gave the investigative report. During fiscal year 2007, three hundred- thirty-two (332) complaints have been received. Of those, four (4) have been closed following Board determination; one hundred one (101) have been referred for disciplinary review; one hundred thirty-six (136) are under investigation; and ninety-one (91) await Board determination. During fiscal year 2006 Fifty-six (56) complaints were received. Of those, seventeen (17) have been closed following Board determination; thirteen (13) have been referred for disciplinary review; twenty-two (22) remain under investigation; and four (4) await Board determination.

 

The board reviewed the following disciplinary cases:

CON-P3B-02-2006-6 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Gelet to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Elliott, carried.

CON-P1-04-2006-25 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Elliott to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, carried.

CON-P4A-2-2006-32 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Gelet to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, carried.

CON-P1-2-2006-54 Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, carried.

CON-P4A-01-2007-269 Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Elliott, carried.

CON-P1-01-2007-274 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Gelet  to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

CON-P3C-04-2007-280 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Gelet to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

CON-P3-01-2007-281 Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Ms. Gelet, carried.

CON-P4A-02-2007-283 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Pinther to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, carried.

CON-P3B-02-2007-285 Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

CON-P3C-03-2007-287 Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Gelet to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

CON-P3C-03-2007-322 Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

CON-(17 files) Discussion was held.  Motion by Mr. Pinther to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Elliott, carried.

CON-(48 files) Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, carried.

CON-(16 files) Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, carried.

CON-(2 files) Discussion was held.  Motion by Ms. Prather to accept the recommendation of the Bureau.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, carried.

Motion was made to go into executive session by Ms. Prather to consider records exempt from public disclosure as stated in 67-2345 (1) (d).  Seconded by Mr. Elliott, carried.

 

Motion was made to come out of executive session by Mr. Elliott.  Seconded by Mr. Gelet, carried.

 

Motion was made by Mr. Pinther to approve all applications for registration submitted and amended.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, carried. 

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather requesting additional information be provided in regards to CONE-19510 that gives additional clarification on the reason for the felony and current standing. Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 01:15 a.m.

 

Contractor registration was issued to the fallowing:

 

Lic No

Name

RCE-18192

MOODY 4G CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19226

CENTENNIAL RANCH HOMES LLC

RCE-19230

DUMP IT INC

RCE-19412

CIRCLE H CONSTRUCTION

RCE-19540

WSH CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19583

TERRA BUILDING SUPPLY LLC

RCE-19597

RABLIN BUILDERS LLC

RCE-19626

AFFORD MORE FLOORS.COM

RCE-19660

STORM STEEL INC

RCE-19698

TWO BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19708

GEM STATE SIDING INC

RCE-19720

J & R HUNT CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19734

BAR CONSTRUCTION

RCE-19756

RIGHT ANGLES LLC

RCE-19774

THE LEE QUIGLEY COMPANY

RCE-19775

BOERSMA BROS LLC

RCE-19782

R & S INSTALLATION LLC

RCE-19785

LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATIONS INC

RCE-19788

ALPINE TIMBER FRAME & TRUSS LLC

RCE-19791

BUILD - X CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19796

BEST VINYL LLC

RCE-19799

IDA & NORMAS DRAPERIES INC

RCE-19802

BISHOP EXCAVATION LLC

RCE-19805

L G DRYWALL INC

RCE-19806

BOISE HUNTER HOMES LLC

RCE-19807

HIGHER PLANE CONSTRUCTION

RCE-19818

PRO WEST CONTRACTING INC

RCE-19822

ALBRECHT CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-19834

RYANS HANDYMAN & MAINTENANCE SERVICE LLC

RCE-19836

OLVERAS SIDING LLC

RCE-19842

RESTORATION CONTRACTORS INC

RCE-19843

COBBLE HOMES LLC

RCE-19845

1ST CALL CLEANING & RESTORATION INC

RCE-19849

A & J SIDING

RCE-19853

MID MOUNTAIN BOILER & STEAM INC

RCE-19854

BISCAY LANDSCAPE CO

RCE-19856

B B BAILEY CONSTRUCTION CO INC

RCE-9145

J & T CUSTOM DESIGN INC

RCE-9584

SHANES ENTERPRISES INC

RCT-15687

GREGOVICH DONALD M

RCT-17938

DOCKERY JASON

RCT-19179

DAVIS JOSHUA

RCT-19277

LOFSTROM ERIC J

RCT-19316

FLAGG PAUL

RCT-19590

SALINAS ALFREDO

RCT-19603

BAKER KERRY

RCT-19617

NADAREVIC MUHAMED

RCT-19642

TERNUS DANIEL

RCT-19674

SANDMEYER VINCENT S

RCT-19692

DAVIS KATHLEEN

RCT-19709

DAUGHTRY MATTHEW J

RCT-19710

BANDY JOSH

RCT-19711

BERESHA KEMAL

RCT-19768

LAMB DARRIN

RCT-19770

SCHOELEN MARK

RCT-19776

POPHAM RUSSELL

RCT-19778

VIDES SAUL

RCT-19779

COONTZ JOHNNY S

RCT-19781

GARNER CHANCY

RCT-19790

MORRE DARREN

RCT-19792

MILLER WILLIAM

RCT-19793

HENDLEY JUSTIN

RCT-19798

SILVA GREGORY A

RCT-19801

BERGEM CHRISTOPHER J

RCT-19803

SCHROCK STANLY

RCT-19804

ZIELKE CLIFFORD L

RCT-19808

FAYUK SERGEY

RCT-19809

BANDA HERIBERTO

RCT-19810

MATLOCK DANIEL J

RCT-19812

GOODRICH AARON L

RCT-19813

NATEKIN ANDREY

RCT-19815

BRINKLY DUSTIN

RCT-19817

RIVERA MICHAEL A

RCT-19819

SIMS TERRY

RCT-19825

HAY JASON

RCT-19828

DE GUILIO CARL V

RCT-19833

ESCOBAR JOE

RCT-19838

CABLE LYNN

RCT-19839

STONEHAM SAMUEL S

RCT-19844

GOODHEART KYLE

RCT-19847

ISAAC DUSTY R

RCT-19848

POTTER STEVE

RCT-19851

FERNANDEZ CARLOS

RCT-7864

STIGALL WILLARD LEON