IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Board Meeting Minutes of 1/13/2009

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:  Art Elliott - Chair

                                                             Anthony J. Hughes

                                                             Steve R. Pinther

                                                             Jerry Nemec

                                                             Pamela Prather

 

BUREAU STAFF:                           Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

                                                             Dawn Hall, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                             Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                             James Stoll, Administrative Attorney

                                                             Karin Magnelli, Attorney General’s Office

                                                             Emily McMasters, Attorney General’s Office

                                                             Patrick Denton, Attorney General’s Office

                                                             Marcie McGinty, Hearings & Appeals

                                                             Erin Anderson, Secretary   

                                                                                   

Meeting was called to order at 8:30 AM MST by Art Elliott.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Motion was made by Mr. Hughes to approve minutes with a correction.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

Ms. Magnelli presented the following Stipulation and Consent Orders to the Board for approval:

 

CON-2008-85 Motion to approve and authorize the Chair to sign was made by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-119 Motion to approve and authorize the Chair to sign was made by Ms. Prather.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

Ms. Magnelli then presented the following cases in a memorandum to the Board for review:

 

CON-2007-101 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2007-125 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations, adding that the fines should be waived with this file.

 

CON-2008-29 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-62 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations, adding that if the registrant does not accept the offer of probation, that they want the registrant’s registration number suspended.

 

CON-2008-65 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations, adding that the fines should be waived with this file.

 

CON-2008-99 The Board directed the DAG to close this file with no follow up.  Motion for this was made by Mr. Nemec, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-110 The Board directed the DAG to close this file with no follow up.  Motion for this was made by Mr. Nemec, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-112  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-113 The Board directed the DAG to change the probation to two years, and to drop the fine to $1000.00.

 

CON-2008-116 The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-117  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-118  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-120  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2008-121  The Board directed the DAG to close this file with a letter.

 

CON-2008-122  The Board directed the DAG that in addition to its recommendations, to also revoke registrant’s right to renew.

 

CON-2009-10  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2009-11  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations, and also instructed the DAG to lower the fine to $250.00.

 

CON-2009-12  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

CON-2009-13  The Board accepted the DAG’s recommendations.

 

Ms. McMasters introduced Mr. Denton to the Board, informing them that Mr. Denton will be researching the Board’s previous disciplinary actions, to help build a “standard” guideline for the DAG’s office when they have a file that appears to be a standard situation that the Board has decided on before.

 

Mr. Elliott asked Mr. Hetrick if it was possible if the Board could have a copy of an investigative file, with all personal information blanked out, so that the Board could see how a complaint is processed.  From the time the complaint is filed to when it is forwarded to the DAG’s office for processing.

 

The Board requested to review any renewal forms that answer yes to the felony or discipline questions instead of sending them to the DAG’s office, in an effort to curb costs.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Stoll and Mr. Hetrick discussed using the NASCLA website to list disciplinary actions once they are processed, so that national people will have access to this information.  Mr. Stoll informed the Board that if they wish to proceed with this request, they would have to do a law change, to change the application requirements.  He also informed the Board that they had to adhere to the Public Record Laws as well.

 

Mr. Stoll discussed with the Board numerous possible law/rule changes.  Each item was discussed.  It was determined that the Board should work with the Contractors Association.  Mr. Stoll will also begin preparing drafts of the possible law/rule changes.

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

Mr. Hetrick presented the investigative report to the Board.  A motion was made to accept all recommendations made by the Bureau in regard to these cases by Mr. Nemec.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.   Below is a listing of the files reviewed:

 

Fiscal Year 2009 (to date)

            Total Complaints received

             (Including 1 insurance file.)

142

Status:

Closed by Board action

     4

Closed following disciplinary action

     2

Pending Office of the Attorney General

   18

Remaining under investigation

111

Awaiting Board determination

     7

 

Fiscal Year 2008

            Total Complaints received

            (Including 107 insurance files.)

395

Status:

Closed by Board action

162

Closed following disciplinary action

  13

Pending Office of the Attorney General

  99

Remaining under investigation

104

Pending Internal Processing

     1

Awaiting Board determination

  16

 

Fiscal Year 2007

            Total Complaints received 

            (Including 421 insurance files.)

634

Status:

Closed by Board action

502

Closed following disciplinary action

  34

Pending Office of the Attorney General 

  64

Remaining under investigation

  26

Pending Internal Processing

    1

Awaiting Board determination

    7

 

Fiscal Year 2006

           Total Complaints received

 56

Status:

Closed by Board action

 42

Closed following disciplinary action 

   8

Pending Office of the Attorney General

   5

Awaiting Board determination

   1     

            

 

For Board Determination:

 

I-CON-2006-12 C alleged that R fraudulently signed and presented a legal document.  INV revealed that R entered into a contract to construct a home prior to the registration act. INV also revealed that R later obtained registration. INV revealed that R filed bankruptcy and all debts were relieved in 2008.  Sent to DAG for review.  DAG review concluded that all activities in this case took place prior to 1/1/06.  IBOL therefore, recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-182 C alleges that R is building without obtaining building permits for construction projects. INV revealed that a permit was filed and issued but the exact date when the project started could not be determined by the R or the homeowner. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with an advisory letter to the R about obtaining the appropriate permits prior to starting any projects.

 

I-CON-2007-261 C alleges that R failed to obtain a building permit, and the building later caught fire and burned. INV revealed that, while no documentation could be obtained regarding the size of the building, the R and the concrete supplier estimated the size at less than 200 square feet, which would not require a permit. INV also revealed that the building was an agricultural storage shed and that the fire was caused by a burning barrel set too close to the shed. INV also revealed that R is no longer working in the construction industry. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-405 C alleges that R was contracted to perform landscape duties. Both C&R agreed to suspend the work until spring of 2007 because of up coming freezes. R later billed C for work not completed and the work that was completed did not conform to the approved plans. R is in breach of contract and job abandonment. INV revealed that both parties are satisfied as this case was settled in civil court with the agreement of both parties that the Board complaint would be dropped. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-407 C alleges that R was hired to install new carpet and was given $400 in advance and the carpet was never installed. R has allegedly disappeared. A search of IBOL records found no registration for R. A certified letter was sent requesting a response. No response was received. INV revealed the R was paid $400 to patch an area of carpet. The R patched the carpet but the patch did not match due to the carpet being old. Though R’s whereabouts are unknown, INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-474 C alleged R was paid in full to build a carport which was not built to the requested dimension. C requested repairs be scheduled but each scheduled repair date ended in a no-show. INV revealed the R did build the carport incorrectly but later returned to correct the problem to the C’s satisfaction. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-544 C alleges the R was hired to complete some concrete work and has several concerns with the project such as freeze lines throughout the surface, breaks / cracks through the concrete, major cracking in the stairs, footings were poured to sallow, and structural issues. INV revealed the R returned to address the issues raised and completed the job to the C's satisfaction. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2007-614 C alleged R provides unregistered labor force working for the R as "independent contractors"; payroll issues; tax issues; WC issues; etc. INV revealed the R is registered and that the labor force are all hourly employees. No evidence was revealed to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-61 C alleged that R was an unregistered contractor operating in Idaho. A certified letter was sent requesting a response. The certified mail was returned marked RETURN TO SENDER, UNCLAIMED, UNABLE TO FORWARD. To date R remains unregistered. File was sent to the DAG who also sent a letter and received no response. Case was sent to INV and all attempts to locate the R were unsuccessful. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure until such time the R can respond to this case.

 

I-CON-2008-80 C alleged the R failed to complete a 10 item punch list after constructing a home. INV revealed the R completed all work to the C's satisfaction and that C wished to withdraw the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-139 C alleges that R did not complete all work correctly, resulting in a water leak. C also had a house inspection completed that resulted in more deficiencies. INV revealed the R returned to repair the problems and the C is satisfied with the results. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-176 C alleges that R's registration expired in the middle of the job. C refused to pay R until the license was renewed. R then placed a lien against C. INV revealed the R is registered with 3 companies. The registration expired on one of them and was later reinstated. INV revealed that C was using the expired registration as an excuse for not paying the R the money owed for work performed. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-218 C alleges that R was contracted and paid to remodel a bathroom and did not complete the plumbing. R was fired following a failed inspection and for not completing the work in a timely manner. R threatened to place a lien on the house for the remaining payment for a complete job. INV revealed that the work the R did was satisfactory but that R was fired for taking too long to complete the plumbing part of the job. INV revealed that R was originally hired to do the framing, sheetrock, and finish work, and is not a plumber. INV revealed that a licensed plumber was hired by C to complete the work. No liens have been filed by R. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and forward this complaint to the DBS for the plumbing issues.

 

I-CON-2008-274 C alleged that R installed a new roof over a pre-existing roof. C stated that the roof leaked all through the winter. The R came out and tried to fix the leaks and made the leaks worse. C tried to get R to fix the problems and R told C to never call him again. C hired another contractor to fix the problems. INV revealed that R was unregistered at the time of the work. INV also revealed that the contract was less than $2000 and that R was exempt from registration at the time. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-286 C alleged that R was hired to pressure wash the moss off the roof of C's parents house. C states that the R power washed the roof so hard that it stripped the top weathered layer of the shakes completely off the roof, blew several pieces of shake off the roof and chewed up the wood . INV revealed the C wanted to make the home more presentable to enhance the sale of the home by having the R power wash the roof. The R provided the service the C request but was unhappy with the results. The pictures do not show any missing shakes and the R noted that the roof was 30 plus years old. INV did not reveal any evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-300 C alleged that R was hire to put a metal roof on their home. C also alleged that the R stated on the contract "Guarantee no leaks." The roof is now leaking down the side of a wall making the wall buckle and moldy. The carpet and some furniture is ruined. C tried to call the R but the R keeps hanging up and will not talk to the C. INV revealed the installation of the roof was prior to the contractor registration act being implemented. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-304 C alleged that R was hired to put a new roof on the C's family room. C states that the roof leaks and repeated attempts to contact the R has not been successful. INV revealed that a plastic cap was inserted in the bottom row of the old shingles on the old roof, allowing water to infiltrate the roof. R has advised C several times that the old roof would need to be removed to see which roof is leaking. The R has explained this to the C a number of times and the C can not afford the extra cost. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.  Motion made to table file to allow Mr. Elliott to review, and to make a motion after review made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-345 C alleged that R's registration is expired and R is still working. A search of the IBOL database confirmed that R's registration was expired. INV revealed the R had filed bankruptcy and is not working. The C did not have actual knowledge that R was working, and INV did not reveal evidence showing that R was engaged in any contracting activities. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-351 C alleged that R is inflating the original bid and has not paid the suppliers with the money that the R was already paid. INV revealed the R and C came to an agreement and the C is satisfied with the resolution and wants to withdraw the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-354 C alleged that the R was contracted to pour half a driveway and walkway. After the completion of the job the walkway and driveway cracked. The C states that the cracks happened due to the R not preparing the ground properly. INV revealed there were spider cracks and the cracks were not elevated or widening nor is the concrete a part of any structural component. INV did not reveal evidence of a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-370 C alleged that the R was contracted to complete the various pump, pump controls, and plumbing of C's in ground pool. C states that they have paid in full for all work and the R fails to complete the work. INV revealed that R returned to fix the problems and the C is satisfied with the results. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-377 C alleged that the R obtained fraudulent residential construction loans. INV revealed that all activities addressed were completed prior to the Contractor Registration Act's effective date. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-390 C alleged the R is practicing as a contractor without the benefit of registration. The C also states the R is running a paving scam. INV revealed the R was only transporting equipment through the state, not actually conducting contractor work. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-391 C alleged the R will not provide the C with information pertaining to materials purchased from a supplier. The C also alleged the R has not completed several items on a punch list for 2 and a half years. INV revealed the R has completed the punch list and additional items as well. INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-13 C alleged the R was hired to remodel two rooms in the C's house. C also states the R was paid all but $200. After the R was paid they would not come back to complete the job. INV revealed the R is a full service handyman and advertises as such, stating that they do backhoe, dump truck, gravel, spring clean up, landscape installation, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, decks, ramps and sheds. The total price of the job was under the $2000 exemption rule. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and to forward this complaint to the DBS as the R states in their advertisement they do electrical and plumbing and R is not registered with the DBS.

 

I-CON-2009-14 C alleged the R installed a vinyl floor throughout the building and there are numerous problems with bubbling throughout the flooring. The C states the R is blaming the sub-contractor who will not fix the problems. INV revealed there were defects in the job performed by the R, but the defects did not appear to be grossly negligent. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with and advisory letter.

 

I-CON-2009-39 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancelation notice from insurance company. Sent certified demand letter. Letter returned unclaimed. Record shows license expired. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as insurance proof will be require upon reinstatement.

 

I-CON-2009-53 C alleged the R was hired to re-roof the C's house. C stated that the roof leaked after it was re-roofed. The R fixed the roof but would not fix the interior of the house where the roof leaked. INV revealed the C is now satisfied and does not want to go forward with the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-54 C alleged the R was contracted to replace a roof on the C's barn. C states that the R has not completed the job. INV revealed the C withdrew their complaint once the R satisfactorily completed the job. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-56 C alleged the R will not pay the C who is an employee. INV revealed the C and the R could not be located to obtain any additional information. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-109 C alleged the R was hired to paint the trim around the C’s house. C states the R did not complete the job and will not return. INV revealed the R is practicing without being registered but is exempt from registering under 54-5205(2)(f), as doing jobs under $2000. INV also revealed the R could not be located and is assumed to have moved out of state. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

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

 

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

 

APPLICATIONS

 

Shown below are the applications that were reviewed, and the decisions made regarding these applications:

 

Motion was made by Mr. Nemec to deny the issuance of registration numbers for William L. Bunden and Star Fence LLC due to applicant’s failure to respond.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

Motion was made by Mr. Nemec to approve the issuance of the below listed registration numbers.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

One of these applications was approved, with a letter of clarification to be sent out by the secretary for the applicant’s exemption statement to workers’ compensation.

 

Two of these applications were approved with a letter of clarification to be sent out in regards to the spelling of the applicant’s name.

 

The issued registration numbers are as follows:

 

Reg. #

Individual/Business Name

RCE-25950

STEELE BROTHERS INC

RCE-26526

ABH SIDING LLC

RCE-27126

TERRIBILITA METALWORKS LLC

RCE-27127

EVERGREEN RESOURCE INC

RCE-27129

MOUNTAIN STATES STEEL INC

RCE-27131

SAM H JONES FURNITURE & APPLIANCES INC

RCE-27132

VINTAGE CONSTRUCTION & DESIGNS INC

RCE-27135

SAWTOOTH CUSTOM HOMES INC DBA SAWTOOTH STRUCTURES

RCE-27137

ALL AMERICAN SIDING & WINDOWS INC

RCE-27139

BEARING POINT LLC

RCE-27140

EARTHWORKS NORTHWEST INC

RCE-27143

WEATHERTIGHT ROOFING INC

RCE-27145

QUANTUM CONSTRUCTIOIN INC

RCE-27147

ROYAL CROWN INC

RCE-27149

SMCME HOLDINGS LLC

RCE-27150

TD BUILDING CONCEPTS LLC

RCE-27151

NORTHWEST R.C.I. INC

RCE-27153

EDGEWOOD ELECTRIC INC

RCE-27156

CONTRACT INTERIORS LLC

RCE-27158

HAWE STEEL DESIGN LLC

RCE-27160

BROWN VENTURES INC

RCE-27161

PYRATE CONTRACTORS LLC

RCE-27162

MORETRENCH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC

RCE-27165

BIGFORD ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-27168

FINISH CO INC

RCE-27170

FURST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.

RCE-27171

SUPERIOR BUILDING SYSTEMS LLC

RCE-27173

SPOKANE RAIN GUTTER INC

RCE-27175

KUNKEL CONTRACTING INC

RCE-27180

FLOORING INSTALLER & REMODELING INC

RCE-27182

T.I.D INC

RCE-27183

MAR*IOTT CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27187

RLS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27190

NABHOLZ CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION

RCE-27192

NICHOLLS BROS PAINTING INC

RCE-27194

CNU CONTRACTING INC

RCE-27195

MOUNTAIN WEST CONSTRUCTORS INC

RCE-27196

BOULDER CREEK LAWN CARE LLC

RCE-27199

GRANITE AND CABINETS WHOLESALE PLUS INC

RCE-27202

UNITED CONSTRUCTION GROUP OF MIAMI INC

RCE-27206

ROBERTS PREMIUM PAINTING LLC

RCE-27208

BIG SKY BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27210

W.L. BUTLER CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27212

GARAGES AND SHOPS FOR LESS, LLC

RCE-27216

MAXIMUM HEATING & COOLING INC

RCE-27217

EAGLE CONTRACTORS SERVICES LLC

RCE-27218

ESSENTIALS LANDSCAPING LLC

RCE-27219

HALME CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27222

MAGIC INSULATION LLC

RCE-27226

KASCHMITTER ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-27228

SUPER CLEANING LLC

RCE-27231

ROMERO PAINTING

RCE-27232

CENTER POINTE SIGNS INC

RCT-22581

WHALEN MARK A

RCT-26420

ROBERTS SCOTT

RCT-27032

MITCHELL ALBERT R

RCT-27038

MERRILL CHRIS

RCT-27045

IORGA VAL

RCT-27085

ROSS JERRY

RCT-27089

LESTER DAVID

RCT-27103

SHURTLEFF LIONEL JEAN

RCT-27108

HUFFAKER AARON

RCT-27115

HILLMAN BRYCE

RCT-27124

PARKER THOMAS M

RCT-27136

BILL KENDALL J

RCT-27141

HOGAN STAN

RCT-27144

PHAY RONALD C

RCT-27154

COLES GORDON

RCT-27157

AUTEN ESA M

RCT-27159

PHILLIPS JOHN

RCT-27164

FERGUSON SHANE M

RCT-27166

DELZER MICHAEL R

RCT-27167

SLATTERY JOSPEH

RCT-27172

CULLISON LINDA

RCT-27174

ARMSTRONG DUSTIN LADD

RCT-27176

SKAGGS STEPHEN PHILLIP

RCT-27177

LUPER SHAWN

RCT-27178

WEISER MATT

RCT-27185

BERNARD ROBERT S

RCT-27188

HAMMER CLEON

RCT-27201

HAYES DAMON

RCT-27203

KELLEY CASEY

RCT-27205

COLEMAN STEVE

RCT-27207

ROSS LEE

RCT-27211

CLINTON DARIN

RCT-27213

CRUMB ROBERT L

RCT-27224

JOHNSON BRENT

RCT-27235

GOLDWORM ROBERT

RCE-26618

VALLEY PAINT & FLOOR INC

RCE-26752

JLR CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-26857

POWERS EXCAVATING INC

RCE-26885

INLAND STRUCTURES INC

RCE-26907

LAND MARK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

RCE-26914

INNER MOUNTAIN SIDING, DECKS & SHOW REMOVAL INC

RCE-26915

EXECUTIVE PAINTING CONTRACTORS INC

RCE-26945

ROCKYS LANDSCAPE & SPRINKLERS LLC

RCE-26957

BRILLIANT SERVICES LLC

RCE-26974

DOUBLE DIAMOND CONCRETE LLC

RCE-26978

MAPLE CREEK BACKHOE SERVICE LLC

RCE-26985

TIMELY CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-26995

MOUNTAIN VIEW LANDSCAPE AND SPRINKLER LLC

RCE-27000

ROBERTS TREE SERVICE INC

RCE-27018

SAND-IDA SERVICES INC

RCE-27019

BONNERS FERRY GLASS COMPANY INC

RCE-27039

BETTER BUILT BARNS INC

RCE-27056

T AND T HEATING & COOLING

RCE-27065

RENEGADE NW INC

RCE-27071

CLAW CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27087

BRUUN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27088

NEWELL Q ANDRUS CUSTOMS LLC

RCE-27110

MEADOWWOOD PAINTING INC

RCE-27122

MICA PEAK CONSTRUCTION LLC

 

 

LEGISLATIVE/FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Ms. Cory gave the Board their legislative and financial report. 

 

DISCUSSION

 

The Board reviewed the changes made to the application form by the Bureau, and approved of these changes.  Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Pinther, aye; Mr. Hughes, aye; Mr. Elliott, aye; Mr. Nemec, aye; and Ms. Prather, aye.

 

Board determined that Mr. Pinther would attend the mid-year meeting for NASCLA in March.  Motion for this approval was made by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

The Board set their future meeting dates as follows:

 

March 10th 2009, Conference call at 10:00 am.

April 14th  2009 , Face to Face meeting at 8:30 am.

May 12th  2009, Conference call at 10:00 am.

 

NEXT MEETING 2/10/2009

 

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

 

Meeting was adjourned at 1:50 pm.