IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Board Meeting Minutes of 5/13/2008

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:  Art Elliott - Chair

                                                             Pamela Prather

                                                             Anthony James Hughes

                                                             Steve R Pinther

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT:    Jerry Nemec

                                                           

 

BUREAU STAFF:                           Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

                                                            Dawn Hall, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                            Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

                                                            Emily Mac Master, Deputy Attorney General        

                                                            Cherie Simpson, Management Assistant                                                                         

                                                            Marcie McGinty, Investigative Coordinator

                                                            Dave Hotchkiss, Investigative Coordinator

                                                            Erin Anderson, Secretary

 

OTHERS PRESENT:                     Christi Simon, Idaho Industrial Commission

                                   

Meeting was called to order at 8:40 AM MDT by Art Elliott.

 

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Motion was made to approve minutes from 04/08/2008 meeting by Ms. Prather.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINARY

 

Ms. Mac Master presented consent order CON-2007-82.  Motion was made by Mr. Hughes to approve the consent order, and authorize board chair to sign the order on behalf of the Board.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

The Board inquired about establishing a method of tracking businesses that reapply under a new name, or that reapply after disciplinary action from IBOL’s website.  Ms. Cory let the Board know that she would research the possibility of this and obtain an estimate of the cost, and report back to them.

 

Ms. Mac Master presented to the Board her findings in regard to setting a standard disciplinary guide.  It was the Attorney General’s Office finding that the Board did not have enough case history to establish a fair disciplinary guideline, and that they will review the request possibly for the 2008/2009 fiscal year.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Ms. Cory told the Board that Legislature approved their honorarium payments for face to face meetings starting July 1st, 2008.  Ms. Cory also notified the Board of their option for direct deposit.

 

Ms. Hall presented to the Board their financial status.  They have used 86% of their resources, but Ms. Hall did express that they had 2 months left on the budget, and that they were doing well, and would be fine to the end of the fiscal year.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Ms. Simon held discussion with the Board in regard to workers’ compensation, and her offices procedures for “flagged” applications submitted by the Board, and the regular issued registrations list that our office submits to her offices.

 

There are currently 10,000 contractors carrying workers’ compensation, with 2000 under investigation.  Part of this investigation is checking to see if these persons/entities are required to be registered as contractors.  To date 450 have reported not required to carry workers’ compensation, as they have no employees, 374 have been required to obtain workers’ compensation; and 59 have been referred to the Attorney General’s Office for litigation.  She also stated that they were seeing a growing trend of persons/entities replies back to her office being “out of business”.

 

There has also been feedback from the Attorney General’s Office in regard to the litigation matters they have stating that these businesses are obtaining workers’ compensation to become registered.  They then are reporting that they do not have payroll and canceling the workers’ compensation.  They then make their employees obtain workers’ compensation coverage for themselves, and these employees are unaware that they are now considered in “business” for themselves.  Ms. Simon mentioned that they may have to request a legislative change in their statute, as the statute is not worded for the occupation of construction.

 

Ms. McGinty presented to the Board the process for notices of cancellation of insurance on existing registrations:

 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

The following investigative matters were presented to the Board:

 

Fiscal Year 2008 (to date)

Total Complaints received 353

Including no liability insurance files 109

Status:

Closed by Board action 61
Closed following disciplinary action 1
Pending legal review by the Office of the Attorney General 70
Remaining under investigation 177
Awaiting Board determination 44

 

Fiscal Year2007

Total Complaints received 635

Including no liability insurance files 422

Status:

Closed by Board action 419
Closed following disciplinary action 12
Pending legal review by the Office of the Attorney General 102
Remaining under investigation 57
Awaiting Board determination 45

 

Fiscal Year 2006

Total Complaints received 56

Status:

Closed by Board action 42
Closed following disciplinary action 5
Pending legal review by the Office of the Attorney General 8
Remaining under investigation 1

 

For Board Determination:

 

I-CON-2007-5 C alleges that R was hired to complete a landscaping job and never completed job, does sub-standard work and refuses to correct and complete job. INV revealed that the main issue revolves around additional work that C says R owes, which may constitute a violation of 54-5215(g).  Send to DAG.  DAG determined that the investigation revealed NO evidence that R failed to perform the job in a workmanlike manner or failed to complete the job.  There are witness who will testify that R completed the job, the sprinklers were working fine, that C failed to fertilize or properly care for the grass, and that C declined to have curbing installed which would have prevented some problems. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-10 C alleges that R was paid half the contract price to install a door, after months of waiting for the installation R is avoiding C and is in breech of the contract. INV revealed that all attempts to locate the R were unsuccessful. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and flag the R file.  Upon renewal R will be required to provide a statement regarding this incident.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-13 C alleges that R is in breech of contract and has requested a full refund of the monies paid for installation of windows through out C's house. INV revealed that the R installed the windows and the C was satisfied.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-17 C alleges that R will not respond to the numerous phone calls made to R regarding the flooding in the back yard due to improper landscaping. INV revealed that the home was built before the Contractors Registration Act.  The R did inform the C how to fix the problem and the C fixed the problem.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-39;431;457;459;463;497;509;512;515;528;541;543;599;600;606;607; C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  R failed to respond to request for documentation.  IBOL records show registration expired.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as insurance proof will be required at time of reinstatement.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-44 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. R did not respond to IBOL request. Certified demand letter sent for response. R failed to respond and case sent to DAG Documentation of current insurance received.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-48 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  IBOL received notice that insurance cancelled. No response to IBOL request. Resubmitted proof of insurance with renewal. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-152 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. R then submitted a renewal and answered insurance questions YES. Cert letter sent requesting response.  No response was received.  A subsequent review revealed that the Bureau did have proof of liability insurance and that Respondent has had continuous coverage. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-186 C alleges that R is un-registered and was hired to complete a fireplace in C's back yard.  R received $4500 for a partial down payment.  R had excuses after excuses as to why he could not complete the job.  A search of IBOL records confirms no registration for R.  INV revealed that the R is operating under an alias and is not registered.  The local sheriff dept has INV this case in detail but is unable to contact or find the R.IBOL INV is unable to contact the R also. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to table this file for further discussion made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-187 C alleges that R abandoned the written / verbal agreement for a Vinyl siding installation job.  R received payment in the amount of $3182 and has failed to comply with C's written request for reimbursement.  INV revealed that the C filed a small claims court case against the R and was awarded a judgment and a settlement amount.  The R's registration has expired and all attempts to locate or contact the R have failed. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and flag the R's record until such time the R will respond to this case.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-218 C alleges that R was contracted to build a covered deck and was paid up front for all the materials.  The work that was completed is low in quality and incomplete.  To date the deck is not finished and will not pass inspection. INV revealed that the C fired the R and refused to allow the R back on the property therefore the quality of the R's work could not be properly evaluated.  The C did file a small claims court case against the R and the R was able to produce an order to dismiss the case. Investigation did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-219 C alleges that R was contracted and was paid $7100 to cover materials and to get started on job.  There was no consistency with work being done and sub contractors would come and go when they pleased.  C later hired a new crew to complete the work.  INV revealed that the R is incarcerated and is not available for an interview.  R's registration is expired.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and flag the R record until such time the R can be interview.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-234 C alleges that R's standard of practice is very poor. IBOL records do not include registration for R. Sent cert letter requesting response, no response.  Sent case to INV to determine how the company name comes into this scenario. INV revealed that the Company contracts with a register contractor.  The contractor stated that there was a flaw in the design and will be easily fixed by the R.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to table this file for further discussion made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-273 C alleges that R attempted to get C to be deceitful in obtaining money from the bank in order to complete a construction project. When C was unwilling R billed C for time and travel after verbally withdrawing from the contract. C withdrew the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-313 C alleges that R's standard of practice is very poor. IBOL records do not include registration for R. Sent cert letter requesting response, no response. Case was sent to an INV to determine how the company name comes into this scenario.  INV revealed that the Company contracts with a register contractor.  The contractor stated that there was a flaw in the design and will be easily fixed by the R.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.    Motion to table this file for further discussion made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried. 

 

I-CON-2007-323 C alleges that R dumped garbage rock on C's property and would not produce proof of registration, insurance, and workers comp.  C later told R to remove the rock and to not return to property.  A search of IBOL records confirms NO registration for R. INV revealed that the R was not register in 2006.The R also stated that the R is no longer in business and the R is to old to perform contractor services any longer.  The R also stated the R has no intention of providing contractor services in the future.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to table this file for further discussion made by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-328 C alleged R failed to complete contracted repairs.  INV revealed that the C stated that the R has done everything but it was not done adequately.  R stated they had gone way out of their way to accommodate the C and after repainting for the fifth time the R pulled the workers off of the job.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

I-CON-2007-470 C alleges R is in breach of an oral contract for concrete services that were paid in full but never completed.  C was forced to pay the concrete pumping company for cement to keep the cement company from placing a lien on C's property.  INV revealed that the R or the C will not cooperate with the INV.  The R's registration is expired. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and flag the R record until such time R cooperates with this investigation.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-471 C alleges R&C made an oral agreement that R would store all painting materials and equipment in C's garage in exchange for paint and repair work of C's garage.  C filed a claim in small claims court against R. INV revealed that the R could not be found.  There was a small claims case and the judgment and the courts findings of fact and determined there was no harm to the C.INV also reveal the R is operating without the benefit of registration. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and to flag the R record until such time the R can respond to this case.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-478 C alleged R built C a custom built home with a twelve month warranty that R has not honored.  C supplied R with a list of small things that needed to be completed prior to the twelve months warranty expiration. INV revealed that the R had fixed the problem without the C knowing and the C and the R came to an agreement.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-491 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response.  No response. Send to DAG. IBOL records show the registration expired IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as insurance proof will be required at reinstatement.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-504 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response. Send to the DAG.  R responded with notice that business was not being conducted, as the company had liquidated. IBOL records show the registration was cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-505 C alleged that R was hired to paint C's home.  R started the job, then left and never returned to complete the job.  R was paid$1,500 for the portion of the work that was completed but never deposited or cashed the check and later sent C a demand letter for payment. INV revealed that the R stated that the C did not want the R back on the property.  C stated that they never stated that.  There was a civil case and the R was awarded a judgment which also throws out the counter claim for workmanship. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-527 C alleged that R did not deliver on a contract as agreed. INV revealed that the R planned to build in a subdivision under control of another developer and the developer denied the R's architectural designs.  The R offered to build the same home in a different community but the C denied the offer.  INV also revealed that the R never received the earnest monies.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-545 C alleged unregistered practice.  IBOL records confirm no registration. Sent certified letter requesting response, response received.  R denies practice for over 1 year due to health problems and the cost of insurance. Assign for investigation to confirm that practice has ceased. INV revealed that the R was not working.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-546 C alleged that R is not registered.  IBOL confirms no registration. Sent certified letter requesting response, response received.  R denies practice other than as a laborer and denies practice for over 1 year due to father's health problems. Assigned for investigation to confirm that practice has ceased. INV revealed that the R was not working.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-594 C paid R $324.R never returned to complete the job or to provide the materials.  IBOL records do not contain registration info for R. Send cert letter for response.  There was no response and the case was sent to an INV. The IBOL received the certified returned green card but it was signed for by someone other than the R. INV revealed that this case is a HVAC case.  The R is not register with the Board of Contractors and all attempts to contact the R were unsuccessful. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-615 C alleged that R failed to complete a paint job on exterior siding. INV revealed that the R informed the C that the siding on the bottom of the building was a different consistency and would absorb the paint differently.  The R went back to repaint at least 3 times to satisfy the C.  After the R went back the last time the C never contacted the R of any problems.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-617 C alleged that R damaged existing stove top and failed to pay for a replacement. INV revealed that the stove top was cracked but the crack was not discovered until the R left.  The R denies cracking the stovetop and it is not possible of knowing how the stove top was cracked. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-635 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response. R sent a letter stating that R's business has cease on 14 May 07 and R surrender their registration. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-5 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response. No response was received and the file was, sent to DAG.  R advised DAG that practice had ceased other than as an employee, and records show the registration is cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-18;24;27;28;45;54;59;92;137;144;158;188;193 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response. Record shows registration has expired for failure to renew. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as insurance proof will be required at reinstatement.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-39 Unregistered practice. Sent cert letter requesting response, no response was received. INV contacted R to review their registration requirements.  R said that an application would be submitted.  IBOL records confirm that an application was submitted and registration was approved.  Based on compliance, the IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-57 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response.  No Response Send to the DAG. R submitted a letter noting the business was not in operation and the registration was cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-66 & 85 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. Sent cert letter requesting response. R submitted proof however, documents indicate a 6month laps.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with an advisory letter regarding the mandatory requirement to maintain current insurance.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-71 Poor workmanship in framing - failed inspection three times.  Failed to provide contract until job was complete. INV revealed that the C could not show any of the problems that the C was referring to.  The R was able to provide a signed contract that the C stated that they did not receive.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-97 C alleges driveway cracked 13 months after construction. INV revealed that the R's warranty was for 12 months.  The R's warranty covers cracks 1/4 of an inch or larger. The crack the C is complaining about is 1/16 of an inch or less.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-104 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent cert letter requesting response, response received.  R stated that R's company never started construction due to the market slowing down and canceled the insurance. R registration is canceled.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-124 C alleges that R has incomplete work, operated without permits and possible breach of contract. INV revealed that the C neglected to tell the INV that there was a previous contractor that had worked on the project and the C asked the R to finish the work.  INV also revealed that the C was to obtain the permits not the R.  The C never provided any plans or details about the project and there was a difference of opinion.  The R withdrew from the project without being fully paid and provided the C with the contact information of other contractors to complete the job.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-167 C alleges that R did not complete the job as contracted and C did not pay the agreed amount for the contract to R.  R has now filed a lien against C. INV revealed that the R had completed the job and gave the C a discount for items not done and the C was satisfied.  The C later found an advertisement with a discount and the C cancelled the check given to the R for the completed work and wrote a different check with the discount include in the amount.  This case is civil in nature. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-181 C alleges that R did not complete the job nor did the R do it correctly.  C alleges that the roof leaked and caused damage to the inside of their house.  R will not return any calls or make contact with C. INV revealed that the C and two other friends finished the roof and did not replace the flashing.  The part that leaked was where the C finished the work.  The R did return to the property to finish but when the R arrived there were people on the roof already completing the job so the R left.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-205 C alleges that R was using C's license number to start his own company and used it on R's advertising signs.  The C told R to stop using the license number and remove it from the signs.  C still has not removed the license number from the signs. INV revealed that the R had removed all signs pertaining the C registration number and had new sign put up.  The R stated that the R did not know of any other signs posted with the C registration number but if the R found any they would take them down.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion was made to accept findings if R is registered, and if R is not registered, recommendation denied by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-246 C alleged R was convicted of Grand Theft for a contracting job and pleaded guilty on a criminal case for theft by deception on several contracting jobs. IBOL records show a pending application for registration. INV revealed that R has been convicted of Grand Theft by deception regarding the acceptance of funds for contracting projects, and for witness intimidation.  IBOL recommends the Board deny the pending application and authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-247 C alleged that R was hired to install paneling in a bedroom.  C alleged that R paneled over a cabinet without using any sheetrock, used old trim that C did not like or want.  C also alleges that R over charged her for the trim, outlet plates, and a phone jack. C withdrew the complaint and did not want to pursue the issue. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-251 C alleged that R was contracted to remodel the bathrooms in the C's house.  R failed to complete the job in a timely manner and would not fix problems that R made.  R hired a sub-contractor and did not pay him and the sub-contractor placed a lien on the C's house. INV revealed that the C filed this complaint prematurely as the sub-contractor was paid prior to any lien being filed.  The R and the C both came to agreement to complete the job.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-253 C alleged that R contracted to build C home.  C alleged that they have had problems with the HVAC system and it was replaced.  C has tried to resolve the matter with the HVAC subcontractor over the past five years.  C requested that the R help compensate for the expense of the new HVAC system.  INV revealed the house was built prior to the Contractor's Registration Act.  A small claims court judgment did not find the R liable for helping to replace the HVAC system.  The sub-contractor who replaced the system claimed there was nothing wrong with the first system.  The C wanted a new system to cutback on their gas bill.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-264 C alleged that R hired the C to screen 8000 yards of sand for a golf course.  R has failed to pay C and C has filed a lien against the golf course and sent a collections letter to R with no response. INV revealed that golf course is having financial issues and is going though foreclosure and the money generated during this will be given to the R and the C. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-275 C alleged that R contracted with the complainant to install marble tiles. R hired a subcontractor to install the tile and resulted in deteriorating and damaging results.  C states that R refused to fix or refund the money to have the damage fixed.  A search of the IBOL database revealed that R is not register. INV revealed that the R was practicing without registering.  The R stated that they did contact the IBOL and there seems to have been some confusion if the R needed to register or not.  The allegation of being dishonest and poor workmanship is unfounded.  There were some problems with the work and the R worked with the C to fix the issues and the C was still not satisfied.  R refunded the total amount for the job. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with a cease and desist letter.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-277 C alleged that R was hire to cover an exposed pipe and inspect and cover exposed wires.  C paid R most of the money and R spent 8 hours on the job and has not come back.  C also alleged that R stated that they were registered.  A search of the IBOL database revealed that R is not register.  Sent a certified response letter to R response.  R sent letter stating to being hired by the homeowner by the hour to hang sheetrock, and that the job was less than the $2000 limit. Documentation from both parties confirms that the job was below the limit requiring no registration. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-278 C alleged that R is remodeling a house without obtaining any permits.  C also alleged that R is not register.  A search of the IBOL database revealed that R is not register.  INV revealed the R is the property owner and was doing the work on the property.  R did stop working on the property and hired a contractor and obtained all permits to finish the job.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-279 C alleged that R changed the structural framing in the basement by placing a bearing header that failed structural load.  C stated that R failed to obtain permits and no inspections were completed.  C also stated that R is not registered.  A search of the IBOL database revealed that R is not registered.  Sent a certified response letter, response received. R stated that the R entered into a minor project and the C was not satisfied and the R refunded all money.  R also stated that the R's employment is not in Idaho and nor does the R plan to work in the State of Idaho.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion was made by Ms. Prather to send R a cease and desist letter, but that file may be reopened at any time if any new information is received.  Motion seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-287 C alleged that R failed to pay the unemployment insurance taxes and penalties that were due and payable for the first quarter2004 through to the end of the third quarter of 2006. C requested that this case be withdrawn. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-290 C alleged that R bid against the C on a project that requires commercial grade playground equipment and the R is not a public works or Register in the state of Idaho.  Sent a Cert response letter, response received.  C states that they occasionally hire an Idaho licensed sub-contractor to install some of the products that they sell.  The last project completed in July 2007 and the R currently has no projects pending for Idaho. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-293 C alleged that two properties were purchased.  R told the C that one lot cost more due to the rear of the house would be facing east. R sent an addendum with the cost hidden in the improvements, changes and additions.  The C alleged that the R sold the second house knowing and omitting the fact the lot was preconditioned to flooding.  C's property flooded and took two month to evaporate.  R stated they would put in a French drain.  R then made to holes in the ground which are eight feet deep with a grate on top.  C had three experts evaluate the water problem and all three stated that R's eight foot hole would not work and that the eight foot holes were not a French drain.  INV revealed that the lot was purchased from the developer and not the R.  INV also reveal that the property slopes to the rear and the property behind the C is sloped to the rear.  When the property owner behind the C put down grass they over watered and flooded the C property.  The R put in a French drain to solve the problem although it was not the R's problem.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-296 C alleged that R was contracted to build an outdoor table using a metal base to support a seven foot by 4 foot and one and one quarter inches thick granite slab.  C states that the metal base was not welded correctly and there was a gap between the metal support and the granite slab.  C also stated that the R stated that the slab need to be covered during the winter and the C did cover the table and when the cover was removed the slab was cracked at both ends leading to the center of the table.  R stated that they would take care of it, but the R will not return any phone calls. INV revealed that the R was willing to work with the C and to pickup the broken table and refund all the money.  The C sent a letter telling the R not to call or speak to him.  After the INV talked to the C the C and the R came to an agreement.   BOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-297 C alleged that R was contracted to build an outdoor table using a metal base to support a seven foot by 4 foot and one and one quarter inches thick granite slab.  C states that the metal base was not welded correctly and there was a gap between the metal support and the granite slab.  C also stated that the R stated that the slab need to be covered during the winter and the C did cover the table and when the cover was removed the slab was cracked at both ends leading to the center of the table.  R stated that they would take care of it, but the R will not return any phone calls. INV revealed that the R was willing to work with the C and to pickup the broken table and refund all the money.  The C sent a letter telling the R not to call or speak to him.  After the INV talked to the C the C and the R came to an agreement.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-313 C alleged that the R was hire to build a barn.  C states that the structure was not safe and some trim work was poorly done.  C states that R threatened to put a lien on the property if the R was not paid and C did pay the R.  C hired another contractor to fix the problems and wants the money back from R that it cost to fix the building. INV revealed that the R was told to utilize old material were the R could.  The gates and the gutters were not in the contract.  INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-325 C alleged that the R built a deck using 6 x 6s as required by the building code.  After a certificate of occupancy had been issued the R changed the post to 4x4s.C requested the R to put the 6x6s back and the R complied and the deck now meets the building code requirements. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion was made to deny request, sending file to the DAG office for further litigation, by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-326 C alleged that the R was contracted to build a steel building with a 32x32 cement slab and construct a 200 ft. road.  After partial completion of the job the R requested money.  The C denied the request for more money and the R refuses to return to the property to finish the job. INV revealed that there is no allegation of the job being unsatisfactory.  The C delayed the job to allow the concrete to cure for 21 days.  R wanted money to pay the concrete supplier C denied the request. The R stated that he would not return until payment was made.  The R and the C can not agree on the money matters, which is a civil matter. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-333 C alleged that the R built the C's home.  The cement walkway and porch cracked, raised and fell in different places.  C tried to have R fix the problem and the R would not fix the problem and the C had to hire another contractor. INV reveal that the house was built in 2001 which is before the Contractor Registration Act and therefore the Board does not have jurisdiction.   IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-342 C alleged that R requested a bid and the R did not provide one until after the R applied for permits.  The bid was over the price the C wanted and denied services.  The R sent the C a bill for the plans and permits preparation.  The C is refusing payment because the C never requested services just a bid. INV revealed that the R sent a bill to the C knowing that the R would not get paid.  The R wanted to use the unpaid bill for tax purposes.  The R has not enforced the bill and has had no further contact with the C. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept recommendation made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINARY

 

Mr. Hales presented case number CON-2008-27 and CON-2008-14 for Board review.

 

Mr. Pinther made a motion to adopt the hearing officer’s facts and findings for CON-2008-27, revoking this registration, and imposing a fine plus attorney and investigative fees.  Mr. Hughes seconded this motion, motion carried.

 

Ms. Prather made a motion to adopt the hearing officer’s facts and findings for CON-2008-14, revoking this registration, and imposing a fine plus attorney and investigative fees.  Mr. Hughes seconded this motion, motion carried.

 

DISCUSSION

 

The following items were discussed for possible law/rule changes:

 

54-5205 (k) Owner/Builder exemption-It was determined that this exemption does not need any changes made.

 

54-5203 Definition of construction-It was determined that this definition was accurate, and met the requirements.

 

54-5210 (g) Application for registration-It was discussed that the verbiage of this requirement may need to be looked at.

 

Discussion was also held on workmanship standards, and the Board was told that they can consider adopting an already existing standard competency requirement.

 

It was determined that the Board would require a new rule to handle applications with no activity.  This would take a rule change that could not be approved until 2009.

 

It was reported that the Bureau could flag an owner of a new business/application, linking this person to other registrations that have been issued.  The Board requested this due to owners of businesses reapplying after having disciplinary matters brought against them.

 

It was reported to the Board that they could not track businesses that had filed for bankruptcy, as the Board has not jurisdiction over this.

 

To address the Board’s inquiry about multiple registrations or procedure for canceling an existing registration when a business/entity reapplies, it was determined that changes could be made to the application that would answer these questions.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Discussion of attendance to the NASCLA annual meeting was held.  It was determined that Mr. Pinther and Ms. Prather would be the board members in attendance, with at least two members from Bureau staff also being authorized to attend.  Motion was made for this by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Elliott, motion carried.

 

Ms. Anderson presented to the Board the plaque that she will have made for each leaving Board member when their service on the board has been completed.  Ms. Anderson asked for a blanket approval of this expense, allowing her to incur the expense when required without further Board approval.  Motion for this request was made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

Motion was made by Mr. Hughes to enter into executive session to discuss applications and matters not subject to public disclosure, per Idaho Code 67-2345 (1) (d).  Motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Pinther, aye; Mr. Elliott, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to go out of executive session.  Motion was seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Pinther, aye; Mr. Elliott, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.

 

APPLICATIONS

 

The following applications were reviewed and approved for registration:

 

LicNo

Name

RCE-24883

RT CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION, LLC

RCE-24889

J.D. ANDREWS, INC

RCE-24894

M SPACE HOLDINGS, LLC

RCE-24940

RICHARD SWARTZ PAVING

RCE-24974

NORTHWESTERN CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25006

SHOW ENERGY DELIVERY SERVICES INC

RCE-25008

COUNTRY ROADS RECONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25013

THE GARDEN ARTIST LLC

RCE-25029

TAYLOR PAINTING LLC

RCE-25045

ESPRIT CONSTRUCTION, IDAHO

RCE-25046

CHRISTENSEN ELECTRIC INC

RCE-25069

MOUNTAIN STATES INDUSTRIES INC

RCE-25079

BLUE GREEN SPRINKLER & SOD

RCE-25080

CSU COMMERCIAL SERVICE UNLIMITED INC

RCE-25084

ANDERSEN CONCRETE INC

RCE-25100

JJ S CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25101

H & B CRUSHING LLC

RCE-25103

INLAND NORTHWEST LANDSCAPE

RCE-25105

ABSOLUTE BUILDING CONTRACTORS LLC

RCE-25134

DA BAKER CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25140

E.T. CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25142

SUNBURN INC

RCE-25144

SCHUFF STEEL COMPANY

RCE-25145

BRADLEY FAMILY LLC

RCE-25147

GREAT SCAPES LANDSCAPING LLC

RCE-25148

SUMMIT EARTH WORKS INC

RCE-25149

JESSOP FLOORING

RCE-25153

TOMKA AND SONS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25154

BUSALACCHI CUSTOM HOMES LLC

RCE-25155

OMNI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC

RCE-25156

FRANCHISE PROPERTY SERVICES INC

RCE-25158

3 RIVERS INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-25159

BOISE RIVER DOOR & GLASS INC

RCE-25161

EXCEL BUILDERS

RCE-25162

ALUMINUM PRODUCTS INC

RCE-25163

GURAL ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-25165

MORGAN POTTER INC

RCE-25166

SANDOVAL BROTHERS DRYWALL

RCE-25167

TRILLIUM CUSTOM HOMES LLC

RCE-25168

TETON GUTTER HELMET LLC

RCE-25170

MARK ZIMMER CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25171

ANDERSON CURB & LANDSCAPE LLC

RCE-25172

FINN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25173

VMI INC

RCE-25175

USA TANK SALES & ERECTION COMPANY INC

RCE-25176

GAYLOR & SONS CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25177

GRB SERVICE SYSTEMS INC

RCE-25183

EASON LAWN CARE LLC

RCE-25184

FIRST CHOICE APPRAISAL INC

RCE-25185

MONTE VISTA ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-25187

J.M.D. CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25189

COATINGS APPLICATION & WATERPROOFING

RCE-25190

CDF CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25191

STREADBECK ASSOCIATES INC

RCE-25192

SCOTTS EXCAVATING SPOKANE LLC

RCE-25194

BOTH SEASONS LLC

RCE-25196

SYSKA HENNESSY GROUP CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25199

WANGSGARD CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25200

TIM OLSEN CONST INC

RCE-25202

ROCK SOLID CREATIONS IN STONE

RCE-25203

STEELWOOD ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-25204

PERFECTION ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-25205

TETON VALLEY WOODWORKING LLC

RCE-25207

GREEN WATER LAWN IRRIGATION LLC

RCE-25208

G & C PAINT LLC

RCE-25210

ALL FLOORS LLC

RCE-25211

Z SEWELL CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25213

MCALVAIN SERVICES INC

RCE-25214

WM DICKSON CO

RCE-25215

R & M TREE FARMS INC

RCE-25216

ALL BUILDING CRAFTS INC

RCE-25217

A & R REMODELING INC

RCE-25219

SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT PRODUCTS INC

RCE-25224

DOOLEY AND MACK CONSTRUCTORS OF GEORGIA INC

RCE-25228

PILGRIM COMMUNICATIONS INC

RCE-25230

CREEK ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-25232

BLACK BEAR CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25236

QUALITY PAINTING & COATINGS INC

RCE-25241

AZTEC CONCRETE FINISHING

RCE-25242

DC CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25244

ARTISAN DESIGN AND BUILD

RCE-25245

DRAGONS TAIL CURBING LLC

RCE-25246

CROSS BROTHERS INC

RCE-25251

UNIVERSAL STONE INC

RCE-25252

CASCADE POOLS INC

RCE-25253

RB INTERIOR TRIM INC

RCE-25255

CREEKSIDE VENTURES 2 LLC

RCE-25256

GUERREROS DRYWALL INC

RCE-25258

M.F.M. LANDSCAPE AND CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25261

HORNET CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25265

ABATEMENT PRO

RCE-25266

THE BEST CLEANING COMPANY M.C.

RCE-25269

HICKS QUALITY HOMES CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25272

JESSES FLOOR COVERING

RCE-25275

MAYES MASENRY AND TILE LLC

RCE-25276

ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAIN GUTTERS LLC

RCE-25277

UP SCALE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC

RCE-25279

GOLD CANYON MINING & CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25282

BOWDISH CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION, LLC

RCE-25283

LEVASSEUR CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25284

LIVING GARDENS NURSERY

RCE-25285

REALITY HOMES INC

RCE-25289

WIETHORN BUILDERS INC

RCE-25290

SEA TO SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25292

SMERSH CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25293

SCHUCK & SONS CONSTRUCTION-UTAH CORP

RCE-25296

TREASURED COMMUNITIES INC

RCE-25301

J&T PAINTING

RCE-25302

GROUND UP ROAD CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25303

GEMSTONE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25305

EXCAVATION RESOURCES LLC

RCE-25306

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS INC

RCE-25308

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REALESTATE SOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-25310

IMPERIAL ASPHALT LLC

RCE-25312

GURNEA CONSTRUCTION CO INC

RCE-25313

JEJCO INC

RCE-25315

PADDI TILE INC

RCE-25317

CLEVELAND CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25318

REGAN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25320

ADVANCED CUSTOM EDGING LLC

RCE-25325

JAMES BELT TILE INC

RCE-25327

AMERICAN ACID PROOFING INC

RCE-25328

LUCRA INVESTMENTS INC

RCE-25330

KUENZI COMMUNICATIONS LLC

RCE-25331

G.M. NORTHRUP CORPORATION

RCE-25332

TULLY MECHANICAL

RCE-25334

MEYER GROUP INC

RCE-25335

FLOORMASTERS LLC

RCE-25336

JIM ERICKSON CONSTRUCTION & EXCAVATION LLC

RCE-25337

LLOYD H FACER TRUCKING, INC

RCE-25338

YOUNG GUN CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25340

LAMAR OUTDOOR ADVERTISING OF IDAHO

RCE-25342

2 CS CONTRACTORS

RCE-25344

WELLINGTON SIGNATURE HOMES LLC

RCE-25345

STUCCO DIVISION COMPANY LLC

RCE-25347

IDAHO RESORT RENTALS LLC

RCE-25349

UTSCHIG INC

RCE-25350

I.M.A.C. INC

RCE-25351

R.T. CAMPBELL HOMES LLC

RCE-25352

CHEMICAL COATING APPLICATORS LLC

RCE-25353

ALL IN ONE BUILDERS INC

RCE-25355

ZONE SERVICES LLC

RCE-25358

SIMPSON MASONRY LLC

RCE-25360

POULSEN CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25361

JAYDEE BARR CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25364

OWENS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25366

SILVERIDGE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25370

ANVIL CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25375

BRADLEY INC

RCE-25376

SUPERIOR FLOOR REFINISHING LLC

RCE-25377

METAL WOOD LLC

RCE-25378

RDC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC

RCE-25379

LIGHTING CONTRACTORS LLC

RCE-25380

PITTMAN BUILDING SUPPLY INC

RCE-25384

BRINKERHOFF CONST

RCE-25387

BLACKWOOD CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25390

INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS INC

RCE-25393

THE CART MECHANIC LLC

RCE-25394

NOAH CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25395

TERRA FIRMA TRAILS LLC

RCE-25396

TDS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25398

ROYAL FENCING

RCE-25399

CUSTOM BUILT LLC

RCE-25400

CAULFORD CONTRACTING & GLASS LLC

RCE-25402

COMPLETE LAWN AND LANDSCAPE

RCE-25404

MIKE LEICHTY GRADING

RCE-25409

ADVANCED LANDSCAPING

RCE-25413

NORTHWEST EQUITY BUILDERS INC

RCE-25424

TW JENSEN CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25430

STEVE PERRY/COLLEGE PRO PAINTERS

RCE-25432

K & B FLOORING

RCE-25434

KENNY SENG CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25435

PACIFIC NORTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL CORP

RCE-25438

D & P PROPERTIES

RCE-25442

DOBSON GRAVEL LLC

RCE-25443

HC BECK LTD

RCE-25447

CONCRETE POLISHING SYSTEMS INC

RCE-25448

A ALLAROUND CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25450

SMOOTHWALL INCORPORATED

RCE-25453

HARRIS BUILDERS LLC

RCE-25454

TIMS ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-25455

CRAFTSMEN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25461

WATERS CONSTRUCTION

RCE-25463

HEADS UP SPRINKLERS & LANDSCAPING LLC

RCE-25467

CONCRETE FLATWORKS INCORPORATED

RCE-25468

ROCKITECTURE STONEWORKS LLC

RCE-25470

PHOENIX STRUCTURES, INC

RCE-25471

NYMAN/REEDER CONST INC

RCE-25473

NORLEN LANDSCAPING LLC

RCE-25475

BAILEY CONSTRUCTION CO INC

RCE-25476

CARDINAL/INTERNATIONAL GROOVING & GRINDING LLC

RCE-25477

BETTS INTERNATIONAL INC

RCE-25482

HATROCK EXCAVATION LLC

RCE-25486

ELITE HOMES & WOODWORKING LLC

RCE-25487

AJ CONSTRUCTION CLEAN UP AND MAINTENANCE

RCE-25488

KB LANDSCAPING LLC

RCE-25490

CONWAYS LANDSCAPING

RCE-25497

CENTRAL OREGON INDUSTRIES INC

RCE-25502

ECO TECH LLC

RCE-25504

NORTHWOODS HOMES COMPANY

RCE-25507

ACTIVE WEST BUILDERS LLC

RCE-25508

DEWITT CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-25509

ADVANCED SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-25524

INFLOW SYSTEMS INC

RCT-21968

CRAWFORD ROBERT G

RCT-22523

PETTIT DONALD W

RCT-24482

BRADLEY JASON

RCT-24596

VERBRUGGE MARINUS W

RCT-24824

KERR ROD

RCT-24898

NELSON ANDY

RCT-24924

SEWARD JOSHUA

RCT-24936

LOPEZ FERNANDO

RCT-24957

WILLIAMS L. LEE & BONNIE

RCT-24986

DEIS TERRENCE

RCT-24992

SHELTON REESE

RCT-25002

MOORE FRANK

RCT-25004

BABINO CHAD

RCT-25011

SVENSSON KARL

RCT-25015

PEINE KRAIG

RCT-25022

JORGENSEN GARY

RCT-25032

JOSLIN CHARLES

RCT-25055

HORTON J MIKE

RCT-25074

BUSHNELL MATT

RCT-25098

TURNEY ROBERT

RCT-25128

POGUE HALLECK

RCT-25133

CARL TIMMY DEAN

RCT-25135

LANDWEHR JAMIE

RCT-25136

WIGHT JAMIN

RCT-25137

CORONA ANTONIO A

RCT-25138

WOOD BERT

RCT-25139

CLARE JORDAN

RCT-25143

HALBERT LARRY

RCT-25150

BAILEY LANE

RCT-25151

RINGEL FREDRICK D

RCT-25152

MURPHY JOSH

RCT-25160

HALLORAN BRIAN

RCT-25164

SARICH JAMES

RCT-25169

KERTIENS CHAD

RCT-25174

BLAYLOCK DAVID

RCT-25178

BENTLEY EDWARD

RCT-25179

WARREN WES

RCT-25180

ZARATE FREDDY

RCT-25186

BRINTON HAMMOND

RCT-25188

DELLINGER JOSHUA

RCT-25195

KLUENDER DANIEL

RCT-25197

HILLS TOBY

RCT-25201

MCMAHON BRYAN

RCT-25206

BURRUS STEPHEN

RCT-25212

EELLS ARLON

RCT-25218

POWELL MICHAEL

RCT-25220

FISHER VON LANE

RCT-25221

SULJIC ZIKRET

RCT-25222

ZANGANA ASAAD

RCT-25223

KING MICHAEL

RCT-25226

BALL MICHAEL

RCT-25227

KLAAS SHANE

RCT-25229

HAMIK WILLIAM J

RCT-25234

YABLONSKY NINA

RCT-25235

LARISON WILEY

RCT-25237

HABEGGER REUBEN

RCT-25238

NORBY DAVID

RCT-25239

BARROW ROBERT

RCT-25240

MCMULLEN DAVID

RCT-25243

SHAFI IHOR

RCT-25249

MARES JERRY

RCT-25257

RAGSDALE DAN

RCT-25259

FOWLER WILLIAM

RCT-25260

HOLT ROY

RCT-25264

POLETTI KENNETH

RCT-25267

HOLLOWAY URIAH

RCT-25268

GILBERT RICHARD E

RCT-25270

JOHNSON RYAN

RCT-25274

CUTLER M SPENCER

RCT-25281

HAMMERS TOM

RCT-25286

CLASON MICHAEL E

RCT-25291

RIENSTRA MARK

RCT-25294

SCHULDT JANEIL

RCT-25297

CRAIG KEVIN

RCT-25300

GOMEZ MIGUEL

RCT-25304

VELAZQUEZ MENDOZA MARTIN

RCT-25309

CUMMINGS TERRY

RCT-25314

MATTHEWS NATHAN

RCT-25319

FREDRICKS MARK

RCT-25322

SLEEPER BRANDON

RCT-25326

GARDNER BARBARA

RCT-25333

BURKENBINE JOHN

RCT-25343

GODINGAK ATIF

RCT-25346

HAYWARD DOSSA

RCT-25348

FRANK JAYSON

RCT-25354

TORREZ JOSE JACK

RCT-25356

TUCKER JIM

RCT-25357

SHUEY JOE

RCT-25359

GUERRERO RICHARD

RCT-25363

ZAMORA ERIC

RCT-25373

GUERRERO JOSE L

RCT-25374

SPANO JOE

RCT-25381

EVANS THOMAS

RCT-25382

BATCH TYLER

RCT-25383

RUIZ FREDY E

RCT-25386

SKEEN NATHAN

RCT-25388

GEYER CHRIS

RCT-25389

ABSHIRE LAUREN

RCT-25391

FACKRELL GARY N

RCT-25403

VLIETSTRA PAUL

RCT-25405

UNRUH PHILIP

RCT-25406

SMITH ANDREW

RCT-25407

ZEUTSHEL AARON

RCT-25408

BROUSSEAU JOEL

RCT-25410

GRAHAM CHARLES F

RCT-25412

HAHN JEFF

RCT-25416

SMITH RICHARD

RCT-25419

BATTSON THOMAS

RCT-25420

BECKMAN MATTHEW

RCT-25423

BLOCK JOHN G

RCT-25426

THOMAS MICHAEL

RCT-25427

WOLFF LISA

RCT-25428

GIRETH MICHAEL

RCT-25429

BEDARD MARK

RCT-25436

KACALEK ERIC

RCT-25439

BUCKMASTER DAVID

RCT-25440

ELLIS ADAM

RCT-25444

JOHNS BOB

RCT-25445

PIELOP NIEL

RCT-25446

GREGORY PAUL

RCT-25451

FURHMAN RICHARD

RCT-25458

COOMBE LARRY

RCT-25465

HULL ROY

RCT-25472

CHENEY BRYAN

RCT-25478

JACOBSEN WILLIAM C

RCT-25479

MABBUTT BRIAN

RCT-25480

BATES BUCK

RCT-25489

LAKINGS DAVID

RCT-25492

ZOCK ERIC

RCT-25500

ALLEN BRET W

RCT-25506

GINGRICH TYLER

RCT-25510

LEWIS BRIAN

RCT-25511

THOMAS CHRIS

RCE-11479

CUSTOM & CREATIVE

RCE-14645

ADVANCED CARPET INSTALLATION, INC.

RCE-15977

ACI DRYWALL

RCE-17493

RS HOME REMODEL & REPAIR

RCE-22321

NEW CONCEPT HOUSING

RCE-22501

2 FAIR DRYWALL

RCE-23725

JAKE & JEREMIAH LARREA DRYWALL LLC

RCE-23792

CARVINY FINISHING LLC

RCE-24392

ASPEN RIDGE LANDSCAPING INC

RCE-24756

FULL CIRCLE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-24796

MULTI-SERVICE HOME REPAIR & REMODEL LLC

RCE-24848

WESTERN SLOPE UTILITIES INC

RCE-24849

F WEST WOODWORKS LLC

 

 

All applications with the exception to application #901101191 were approved.  The Board requested more information from registrant, with the Board re-reviewing this application once the information has been provided.

 

The following applications were “walked” into the meeting for Board review:

 

CONA-24936

CONE-22501

CONE-25524

CONE-24392

 

These applications were also approved to be issued registration numbers.

 

Although the below applications were included in the application approval, the following information was requested for the files.

 

Letters for clarification of type of occupation were sent to the following:

 

CONA-25465

CONE-25442

CONE-25447

 

Letters for clarification of owner’s full names were sent to the following:

 

CONA-25478

CONE-14645

CONE-25159

CONE-25443

CONE-25502

 

DISCUSSION

 

Discussion was held in regard to applicants that were subcontracted by Great Floors and the workers’ compensation requirement.  It was determined that the statement or proof of workers’ compensation that has been provided by these applicants is adequate, and once the application has been marked complete, it should go to the Board for review.

 

NEXT MEETING

 

The following dates have been scheduled for the Idaho Contractors Board meetings.

 

5/27/2008 10:00 a.m.

6/10/2008 10:00 a.m.

6/24/2008 10:00 a.m.

7/10/2008 8:30 a.m. (this is a face to face meeting)

7/22/2008 10:00 a.m.

8/5/2008   10:00 a.m.

8/19/2008 10:00 a.m.

9/2/2008   10:00 a.m.

10/15/2008 8:30 a.m. (this is a face to face meeting)

 

Motion was made by Mr. Elliott to adjourn meeting at 2:25 p.m.  This motion was approved by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.