IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Board Meeting Minutes of 10/15/2008

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:  Jerry Nemec - Chair

                                                             Pamela Prather

                                                             Art Elliott

                                                             Anthony James Hughes

                                                             Steve R Pinther

                                   

BUREAU STAFF:                           Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

                                                            Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                            Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

                                                            Karl Klein, Deputy Attorney General

                                                            Dave Hotchkiss, Investigations Coordinator

                                                            Marcie McGinty, Investigations Coordinator

                                                            Erin Anderson, Secretary

 

OTHERS PRESENT:                     Buzz Baker, Buzz Baker Landscape

                                   

Meeting was called to order at 8:35 AM MDT by Jerry Nemec.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Motion was made by Mr. Elliott to approve the minutes from the 9/22/2008 meeting.  Motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather 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 Mr. Pinther, motion carried.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Nemec, aye; Mr. Pinther, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; and Mr. Elliott, aye.

 

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

 

DISCUSSION

 

Discussion was held on application # 901103293.  Motion to approve this application was made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.  It was noted that if it was allowed, the Board would like to request that this application be approved with a request of a letter of 6-month status be sent by applicant’s current probation/parole officer.  Ms. Anderson is to check on this request.

 

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Cory gave the legislative report. 

 

FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Ms. Cory gave the financial report and noted the Board’s increasing legal and investigative costs. 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

Fiscal Year 2009 (to date)

 
           Total Complaints received 
            (Including 1 insurance file.)
     
78
Status:  
Pending Office of the Attorney General 14
Remaining under investigation 58
Pending Internal Processing 2
Awaiting Board determination 4
   

Fiscal Year 2008

 
          Total Complaints received
           (Including 107 insurance files.)
395
Status:  
Closed by Board action 125
Closed following disciplinary action 4
Pending Office of the Attorney General 87
Remaining under investigation 134
Pending Internal Processing 10
Awaiting Board determination 35
   

Fiscal Year 2007

 
           Total Complaints received
           (Including 421 insurance files.)
634
Status:  
Closed by Board action 469
Closed following disciplinary action 20
Pending Office of the Attorney General 71
Remaining under investigation 39
Pending Internal Processing 4
Awaiting Board determination 31
   

Fiscal Year 2006

 
           Total Complaints received 56
Status:  
Closed by Board action 42
Closed following disciplinary action 6
Pending Office of the Attorney General 8

 

Mr. Hotchkiss presented the following memorandum to the Board for determination:

 

I-CON-2007-58; 66; 96; 128; 394; 397;410; 411; 417; 427; 428; 441; 446; 503; 537; 554; 557 C alleged that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance following a cancellation notice from the insurance company. Certified letter sent requesting response. No response received. Record shows registration has expired. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as proof of insurance is required for reinstatement.  Motion to accept closure 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 then refused to complete the job. A search of IBOL records confirms no registration for R. INV revealed that the R was operating under an alias and R's true identity could not be determined. The local sheriff INV this case in detail but was unable to locate R. IBOL INV has also been unable to contact the R. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure. The Board recommended this case be sent to the DAG for review. Based upon the investigation and the fact that R is unable to be located or a true identity ascertained, this office concurs with the Bureau's recommendation that this file should be closed. IBOL therefore recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure and provide “Guide to Hiring a Contractor” pamphlet to C made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Elliott, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-234 C alleges that R's standard of practice is very poor, and that drainage problems were the result. IBOL records do not include registration for R. A certified letter was sent to R for a response. No response was received. Assigned for INV to determine R's activities. INV revealed that the R contracted with a registered contractor to build town homes. INV revealed that the contractor followed the design plans and was not responsible for the drainage problem. INV also revealed that the building official stated that there was a flaw in the design and the matter could be easily fixed by the R. R is not a contractor, nor does R practice contracting. This matter would more appropriately be handled through civil action. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Elliott, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-368; 384; 395; 399; 413;450; 458;  C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. Documentation received shows R was without insurance for 22 days -3 months. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with an advisory letter regarding the requirement to maintain continuous liability insurance.  Motion to accept closure with an advisory letter made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-383 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. No response to initial IBOL request.  Certified letter sent requesting response. No response. Documentation was later received confirming liability insurance coverage. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-514; 530 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. Sent cert letter requesting response.  IBOL called R's Insurance Company and they provided proof of coverage.  Documentation confirmed that R dropped a previous insurance carrier and started with a new one prior to the cancellation date. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-588 C alleges R failed to complete job and the completed portion is substandard workmanship. INV revealed the R could not be located, R’s registration is expired, and the business is closed. C also withdrew the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2007-620 C alleges that R did a faulty installation of furnace, hot water heater, etc. The documents submitted indicate that the work was done prior to 1/1/2006. A search of IBOL records indicate that R is not registered.  Sent a certified letter requesting response.  Response received noted that the company had been sold and is a licensed journeyman-plumbing contractor. IBOL recommend the Board authorize closure forwarded to the Division of Building Safety.  Motion to accept closure and forward to the Division of Building and Safety made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-7; 31; 128; 130; 145; 147;174; 208; 209 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancelation notice from insurance company.  Sent a certified letter requesting response.  The insurance company provided documentation of current insurance. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure based on compliance.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-10 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company.  Sent a certified letter requesting response.  R’s response noted that R was not working and could not make the payment to the insurance company and it was canceled. R's registration has been cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as proof of insurance will be required at time of reinstatement.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-58; 87; 106; 173 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. Sent a certified letter requesting response. R's insurance company provided documentation but the R was without coverage for 1-7 months. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with an advisory letter.  Motion to accept closure with an advisory letter made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-63; 84; 91; 111; 122; 123;127; 135; 136; 143; 146; 160; 171; 187; 189; 194; 195; 196 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancellation notice from insurance company. Sent a certified letter requesting response. No response received.  Records show registration has cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-294 C alleged that the R breached the contract by failing to complete the construction. The home was to be complete by June and all work stopped in April. R was paid for all work completed and failed to pay all sub-contractors.  Property now has $83,000 in liens. Bank will not allow further draws against the property until the builder pays off the liens. INV revealed that R has surrendered the registration and is out of business. INV also revealed that C will not return calls or respond to written requests for documentation or information. IBOL records confirm that R surrendered the registration pursuant to a disciplinary action by the Board. That order allows the Board to assess a fine and costs upon any future application to register. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-309 C alleged that the R received supplies and will not pay the supplier the remaining balance. INV revealed the R agreed to buy stored roofing material from a building complex owner for a reduced rate. The R only paid a portion of the agreed amount. This case appears civil in nature. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-310 C alleged that R is not registered and does not have worker's compensation or liability insurance. Certified letter was sent requesting a response. Response with application was received and registration was issued. Based on compliance, IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion was made by Ms. Prather to table case for more information and possible penalty or stipulations to R, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-29 C alleged the R will not pay a bad check debt. IBOL received a notice from the C that all issues were address and satisfied. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-31 C alleged the R is operating as a CON without being registered. A review of the license records revealed that R is registered and in good standing with the Board. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-41 C alleged the R will not pay the subcontractor. C withdrew the complaint and noted that the R has paid the subcontractor. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-61 C alleged the R is not registered. A review of the license records revealed that R is registered and in good standing with the Board. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion to accept closure made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINARY

 

Mr. Klein presented the following cases for Board determination:

 

CON-2008-2-This case was tabled from review, with a motion made by Mr. Elliott for Mr. Hughes to review the case findings before any decisions were made.  Motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-38-Motion to accept the stipulation and consent order and authorize the Chair to sign made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

CON-2007-88-Motion to accept the stipulation and consent order and authorize the Chair to sign made by Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Elliott, motion carried.

 

CON-2007-110-Motion to accept the stipulation and consent order and authorize the Chair to sign made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

CON-2007-111-Motion to accept the stipulation and consent order and authorize the Chair to sign made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

CON-2007-103-Motion to accept the stipulation and consent order and authorize the Chair to sign made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

Mr. Hughes suggested to the Deputy Attorney General that when they are writing the fines and penalties for cases where a contractor has neglected to register, that these charges should be stiffer based on the length of time that the contractor did not register.

 

Ms. Prather also asked Ms. Anderson to please submit the memorandums that the Board had previously reviewed when they review consent orders.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Discussion was held on whether or not an audit of insurance policies should be implemented by the Board.  Mr. Hetrick informed the Board that the Bureau already receives notice when a policy is changed, canceled, or renewed, and current certificates of insurance must be provided when a renewal is paid late.  Mr. Hetrick feels that the Bureau already has an audit process in effect, and the Board agreed.

 

The Board had requested possible application changes for the workers’ compensation question.  Mr. Hales suggested that IBOL add a link to the website directing applicants to the Industrial Commission’s website so that they can reference the Idaho Code for exemptions to workers’ compensation.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

The Board, together with their legal counsel, Mr. Hales, reviewed, discussed, and determined terms for discipline in the following cases:  CON-2007-66, CON-2007-74, CON-2007-77, CON-2007-80, and CON-2007-90.

 

After full discussion of each case, the following motions were made:

 

Case No. CON-2007-66:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that registration number RCE-156 issued to CSC Homes be revoked, including the right to be renewed or reinstated.  Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

Case No. CON-2007-74:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that registration number RCT-8015 issued to Rick Griffith be revoked, including the right to be renewed or reinstated.  Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

Case No. CON-2007-77:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that registration number RCT-18093 issued to Cameron Powell be revoked, including the right to be renewed or reinstated.  Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

Case No. CON-2007-80:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that registration number RCT-14445 issued to Martin R. Finco be revoked, including the right to be renewed or reinstated.  Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

Case No. CON-2007-90:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that registration number RCT-18552 issued to David Bannister be revoked.  Prior to any reinstatement rights, Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried. 

 

The Board authorized Mr. Hales to draft the Orders and to allow the Board Chair to sign the Orders upon their completion.

 

Discussion was held on possible rule changes to the application qualifications that would allow the Board the authority to deny registration to an applicant that had received a construction related judgment or disciplinary action from the Idaho complaint process.

 

Mr. Hetrick informed the Board members the cost for their requested website changes would be $3800.00.  Motion was made by Mr. Hughes to authorize these changes and pay the expenditure, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.  While in this discussion, Ms. Prather inquired if there was a way to place lists of unregistered contractors on our website, as an added assistance to the public searching for a registered contractor.  She explained that this option was available in other states.  This matter was tabled for further discussion at a future meeting.

 

Ms. Prather and Mr. Pinther discussed their attendance at the NASCLA annual meeting.  They conveyed that this was an extremely informative meeting, and attendance by all Board members and necessary Bureau staff was encouraged.  From this meeting an idea was brought to the table to possibly automate the renewal process, with e-mails, phone calls, or post cards to be sent out, to remind contractors to please renew.  No action was taken on this suggestion.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather 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 Mr. Hughes, motion carried.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Nemec, aye; Mr. Pinther, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; and Mr. Elliott, 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; Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Nemec, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; and Mr. Elliott, aye.

 

APPLICATIONS

 

Discussion was held on application # 901103492.  Motion to deny this application was made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

ELECTIONS

 

Motion was made by Mr. Pinther to nominate Mr. Elliott as new chair.  Motion seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.  Mr. Nemec then handed the meeting over to Mr. Elliott to complete.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather 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 Mr. Hughes, motion carried.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Nemec, aye; Mr. Pinther, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; and Mr. Elliott, 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; Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Nemec, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; and Mr. Elliott, aye.

 

APPLICATIONS

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to approve the following applications.  Motion was seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

RCE/RCT

Business name

RCE-26654

BNS DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26657

3 DAY BLINDS INC

RCT-26663

VAUGHAN CANDICE

RCT-26668

OLIVA EUSEBIO

RCT-26676

KOEHN TERRY

RCT-26677

RAMOS MARTHA

RCT-26680

BURRIL RONALD L

RCT-26682

NORMAN JAMES A

RCT-26687

MARTISKO CHRISTIE

RCT-26698

WYLIE LARRY DAVID

RCT-26710

PETERSON JAMES R

RCT-26714

BURNS BRIAN S

RCT-26715

PULLEY GREGORY C

RCT-26716

BROWN GORDON

RCT-26724

BLAIR MICHAEL R

RCT-26732

TOEWS TREVOR

RCT-26737

WEIGHT MARK

RCT-26742

ROSS JEFF P

RCT-26743

LEWERS NATE D

RCT-26747

KOCHERGIN VLADIMIR

RCT-26750

ROMERO DAMEON

RCT-26756

CATRAMBONE DAVID

RCT-26763

ROBERTS JOHN EDGAR

RCE-25372

ALL SORTS OF PAINTING LLC

RCE-25702

WHITE GLOVE CLEANING COMPANY INC

RCE-25745

CUSTOM COUNTERTOPS INC

RCE-25975

S & B STONE & TILE LLC

RCE-26042

KING LOCK & SECURITY INC

RCE-26182

OSPREY QUALITY HOMES INC

RCE-26384

ALL AMERICAN POOLS & SPAS INC

RCE-26476

WATER MAGIC LANDSCAPING

RCE-26479

ZACHRY INDUSTRIAL INC

RCE-26496

CONCRETE ENCOUNTERS LLC

RCE-26517

KINGSTON ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC

RCE-26519

G.A.C. CORP DBA OCEAN FRONT CORP

RCE-26522

DALE BULLEN CUSTOM BUILDERS INC

RCE-26524

WICKER CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26541

G.L. WHITE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26551

ANDERSON ELECTRIC

RCE-26560

WATER WORLD WAREHOUSE INC

RCE-26564

COLDWATER PAINT & PREFINISH

RCE-26569

CLEARWATER CUSTOM CARPENTRY & CONSTRUCTION

RCE-26579

TRI-PEAK IRRIGATION INC

RCE-26585

SYMBIONT DESIGN-BUILD LLC

RCE-26586

HIGH DESERT CUSTOM HOMES

RCE-26594

RCB CONSTRUCTION CO

RCE-26599

CROWN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26601

GT CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26614

RIVERBEND CONTRACTORS INC

RCE-26627

JORDAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CONTRACTING INC

RCE-26629

NEVADA GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

RCE-26630

TRI-RIVER DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26633

MSL MASONRY

RCE-26635

EAGLE MASONRY & STONE INC

RCE-26636

A & S MASONRY LLC

RCE-26637

WALLACE TECHNICAL BLASTING INC

RCE-26638

CAN-ADA LAWN SERVICE LLC

RCE-26642

CLEAR LAKES CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26644

HARDING & DAUGHTERS INC

RCE-26645

SKY BUILDERS LLC

RCE-26652

ADVANCED SEAMLESS RAIN GUTTER SPECIALIST LLC

RCE-26653

HALO ROOFING LLC

RCE-26665

MOUNTAIN VALLEY HOMES

RCE-26666

TREASURE VALLEY PAINTING INC

RCE-26667

FLOOR TO CEILING OF ONTARIO CORP

RCE-26669

CABINET CURES OF IDAHO LLC

RCE-26670

NORTHSIDE MANAGEMENT LLC

RCE-26671

SUMMIT DEVELOPERS LLC

RCE-26672

BIG DOG IRRIGATION

RCE-26675

THE RIGHT WAY CONSTRUCTION, LLC

RCE-26678

ADVANCED TRUCK REPAIR LLC

RCE-26679

MOUNTAIN VIEW WIND POWER

RCE-26681

DJG TILE LLC

RCE-26685

ASPIRE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, INC

RCE-26686

DEER VALLEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

RCE-26688

NORTHWEST CONCRETE

RCE-26689

FORSMANN DOORS LLC

RCE-26691

ROOT MASONRY INC

RCE-26692

WILLY CONSTRUCTION INC.

RCE-26695

ROCK CREEK BUILDERS, INC

RCE-26696

IN VISION LANDSCAPE & MAINT. LLC

RCE-26697

SPACESAVER INTERMOUNTAIN, LLC

RCE-26699

RUSSELL SPECIALTY SERVICES LLC

RCE-26700

BPS

RCE-26702

ACCURATE CARPENTRY LLC

RCE-26703

PATRICK J ANNOTTI CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26706

J.L.B. CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26707

CULLISON ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-26709

CAPITAL POLYSTEEL LLC

RCE-26711

HUNT ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-26712

SPRING CLEANING INC

RCE-26720

HFLK JOINT VENTURE

RCE-26721

CONSERVATEK INDUSTRIES INC

RCE-26722

PANELIZED STRUCTURES INC

RCE-26725

ALABEK COMMERCIAL ROOFING CORPORATION

RCE-26726

MK WEEDEN CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26728

MOBILE CUSTOM WELDING LLC

RCE-26729

LEGACY CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26731

T.L. BRENEMAN CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26733

PAW PRINT TRAILERS LLC

RCE-26739

PUMPCO LLC

RCE-26744

LCA FRAMING INC

RCE-26748

ACCENT RESURFACING INC

RCE-26751

SIGNS NOW LLC

RCE-26754

BLIND APPEAL INC

RCE-26755

WESTERN TRUSS INC

RCE-26761

BEFORD FLOORING LLC

RCE-3716

THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH

RCT-25669

GIVAS NATHAN

RCT-26030

CRAM BRIAN

RCT-26109

PARRISH ROBERT

RCT-26362

PICARD TONY L

RCT-26391

ROOT LISA M

RCT-26432

HINKLEY CHAD

RCT-26502

SILCOX TERRY

RCT-26509

ANDERSON AUSTIN

RCT-26525

GARCIA STEVE

RCT-26531

RUPP CHRISTOPHER D

RCT-26536

MCFARLAND WILLIAM J

RCT-26543

VANCE TATE

RCT-26549

MERRIFIELD THOMAS

RCT-26568

WENTWORTH SHAWN A

RCT-26582

BROWN MARCIA

RCT-26604

WILLETT MIKE

RCT-26643

WHITING TODD

RCT-26647

THOMAS HARRISON L

RCT-26648

NOLAND JESSICA

RCT-26650

SCOTT NICHOLAS

RCT-26651

HUMAN JOE

RCT-26655

DAVIS SCOT

RCT-26656

TAYLOR JORDAN

RCT-26658

CARPENTER THOMAS

RCT-26660

CLAUSON MICHAEL A

RCT-26662

WELCH RICK M

 

 

Motion was made by Ms. Prather to table the following applications pending further information.  Motion was seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

# 901103968                         # 901103689

# 901103752                         # 901103516

 

DISCUSSION

 

Motion was made by Mr. Nemec to approve all board members to receive honorarium payments from now on when they are in attendance at Board related meetings/seminars.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

Mr. Pinther requested that after a disciplinary file becomes public record, that this information be posted to NASCLA’s website so that this information can be accessed by anyone in the United States.  This request was placed on the to do list for future discussion. 

 

Mr. Elliott asked Ms. Anderson to also add to the to do list the discussion of a possible law/rule change to require a designated qualifying officer with entity

applications.

 

The January face-to-face meeting was scheduled for 1/13/2009 at 8:30 a.m.

 

NEXT MEETING 10/28/2008 10:00 a.m.

 

Meeting adjourned at 2:55 p.m.  Motion to adjourn made by Mr. Nemec, seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.