IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

 Minutes of 4/22/2009

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:   Art Elliott - Chair

                                                   Anthony J. Hughes

                                                   Steve R. Pinther

                                                   Jerry Nemec

                                                   Pamela Prather

 

BUREAU STAFF:                        Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

                                                  Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                  James Stoll, Administrative Attorney

                                                  Erin Anderson, Technical Records Specialist

                                                  Marcie McGinty, Appeals Hearing Coordinator

                                                  Karen Magnelli, Deputy Attorney General

 

Meeting was called to order at 8:35 AM MDT by Art Elliott.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Motion was made by Mr. Nemec to approve minutes from 3/10/2009.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINE

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

 

CON-2007-133 A motion was made to approve and authorize the Chair to sign by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-41 A motion was made to approve and authorize the Chair to sign by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-136 A motion was made to approve and authorize the Chair to sign by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-146 A motion was made to approve and authorize the Chair to sign by Mr. Hughes.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

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

 

CON-2007-97 A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to dismiss the Formal Complaint and issue Respondent a warning letter and authorize closure of this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-65 A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to close this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-86 A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to dismiss the Formal Complaint and authorize closure of this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-140 A motion was made by Mr. Nemec to close this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-143 A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to dismiss the Formal Complaint and authorize closure of this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-147 A motion was made by Mr. Nemec to authorize a Consent Order to include costs, a $1000 fine for each case, and revocation of registration.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

CON-2009-15 A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried.

 

CON-2009-22 A motion was made by Mr. Nemec to close this matter.  Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

The Board, together with legal counsel, Mr. Hales, reviewed, discussed, and determined terms for discipline in the following cases:  CON-2007-107, CON-2007-112, CON-2008-45, CON-2008-60, CON-2008-69, CON-2008-71, CON-2008-73, CON-2008-77, CON-2008-80, CON-2008-89, CON-2008-90, and CON-2008-101

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

Case Nos. CON-2007-107, CON-2007-112, CON-2008-45, CON-2008-60, CON-2008-69, CON-2008-71, CON-2008-73, CON-2008-77, CON-2008-90, and CON-2008-101:  Moved by Ms. Prather that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that the renewal rights for each respondent be revoked.  Each Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees incurred in the investigation.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec, motion carried. 

Case No. CON-2008-80:  Moved by Mr. Pinther that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law.  That Respondent, C & F Sprinklers And Landscaping, INC, will be required to pay a $500 fine and the costs and attorney fees incurred in the investigation.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

Case No. CON-2008-89:  Moved by Ms. Pinther that the Board adopt the Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and that the renewal rights for registration RCE-17415 issued to Elkhorn Construction & Concrete Inc. be revoked.  Respondent will be required to pay a $1000 fine and the costs and attorney fees incurred in the investigation.  File is also to be forwarded to the Consumer Protection Unit of the Attorney General’s Office.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Cory informed the Board that the bill passed through legislature allowing insurance information for contractors to be public record effective 7/1/2009.

 

FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Mr. Hetrick presented the financial report.  The Board’s balance as of March 30th, 2009 was $487,082.25

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

Mr. Hetrick presented the investigative report.  Below is a listing of these cases.

I-CON-2007-2 C alleges that R was hired to erect a garage; that R took delivery of the garage and put forms in the wrong spot, and the cement was never poured. The garage is missing and R has all the plans and cannot be reached or located. R was paid for supplies. INV revealed the C was not cooperative and would not make contact or provide information. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2007-116, 360 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancelation notice from insurance company. R provided documentation of insurance. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2007-150, 163, 166, 179, 211,387, 415, C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancelation notice from insurance company.  Cert letter sent requesting response. No response. Registration subsequently expired. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2007-181 C alleges R is in breech of contract and poor workmanship. INV revealed the R entered into the contract before the Contractor Registration Act, therefore the Board does not have jurisdiction. IBOL recommends the Board Authorize closure.

I-CON-2007-284 C alleges that R failed to properly supervise workers resulting in poor workmanship, and that R abandoned the project. INV revealed evidence to support the allegation of substandard paving. INV also revealed that, while poor workmanship was questioned, the C allowed the R to return to the jobsite and complete the project. Pro-Reviewer commented on three (3) issues. Poor workmanship probably is the cause of open pavement joints; that there were material segregation problems; and that the concrete may not have been of the desired quality. Pro-reviewer concluded that R should not be held responsible.  Sent to DAG. Based upon the pro-reviewer’s opinions, the DAG recommended that the Board authorize a warning letter to R concerning adequate on-site supervision and quality of work. The Board determined that a Board member would review the file and prepare his findings of the entire file and the review of the pro-reviewer. The Board member's review concluded the pro-reviewer was accurate and that the DAG's recommendation was appropriate. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2007-519 C alleged that R breached the contract to build their home by failing to complete the work in a timely and competent manner, forcing C to hire others to complete the work. R later filed a lien against C's home for C's failure to pay final billing. INV revealed the R was not given the opportunity to complete the touchup or cosmetic issues appropriately, before being ordered off the property.  Neither the County Building Official nor an independent contractor found any sub-standard work. All required and agreed upon work has been completed and all financial disputes have been resolved. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-14, 152, 154, 197 C alleges that R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after receiving cancelation notice from insurance company. Cert letter sent requesting response. No response. Registration subsequently expired. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-73 C alleged R was an unregistered Contractor. Sent certified letter requesting response. Letter was returned marked "Return to sender, no such number, unable to forward." Sent to DAG. R's subsequent response to DAG noted that R no longer does work in Idaho and stated that "if I decide to do any contracting work in Idaho in the future I will register with the Board." Based on the DAG review and recommendation, IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-170 C alleges R has no liability insurance or Workers Compensation insurance. A search of the IBOL database reveals that R is not registered. Sent request for additional contact information from C. C did not respond and R cannot be located. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-184 C alleges that R contracted to build a retaining wall. C alleges that the retaining wall is incomplete and R agreed to go back and finish it, but R has never completed the work. INV revealed the R built the retaining wall according to code and in accordance with the County Building Department. INV also revealed that both R and the Manager of the County Water District tried to explain to the C that they could not build the wall over the water main, and that C tried forcing the R to complete a job that was not within the county code. INV was unable to make contact with the C for additional information.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-226 C alleges that R installed a sprinkler system without obtaining the required permit. R has also failed to pay the double fee that was administered and has not requested an inspection. INV revealed the R is the resident property owner and that the Board does not have jurisdiction in this matter. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-229 C alleged that R installed a sprinkler system and R did obtain the required permits but R has not requested an inspection. INV revealed this complaint is pertaining to plumbing and the R is licensed as a plumber. DAG review concluded the issues are all pertaining to the plumbing and would not fall within the Board's jurisdiction. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-249 C alleged that R is operating without the benefit of being registered. Certified response letter sent. Attorney responded denying that R was practicing. INV revealed that C&R had been partners and the business had dissolved. INV did not reveal evidence that R was contracting. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-254 C alleged that R installed a septic tank and failed to obtain a permit and request an inspection. INV revealed evidence that R did install the tank and was not registered as a contractor. Sent to the DAG. DAG review concluded that this matter should be handled by the Department of Environmental Quality, as they regulate the installation of septic systems. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and refer the case to DEQ.

I-CON-2008-260 C alleged that R contracted to build a steel building that C made a down-payment to R, and no work has been done. C has tried to contact R and will not return any phone calls. INV revealed the work was to be done in Washington and the R is registered with the State of Washington. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and forward the complaint to Washington State Board of Contractors.

I-CON-2008-288 C alleged that R was hired as a contractor, that R was unable to work, that R failed to communicate with C, that R had no time frame of job completion, that R was not around to work with the sub-contractors, that R would get upset when C asked questions about the house, and that R made racial comments. C also made numerous other allegations concerning the R’s failures with the project. INV revealed the C was not cooperative in providing documentation to substantiate any of the allegations and no evidence of a violation was revealed. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-302 C alleged that R was contracted to repair the C’s roof. R repaired the roof and gave a guarantee that the roof would not leak. The roof is leaking and the R tried to fix the roof but was unsuccessful and now the R will not return any phone calls. INV revealed the R repaired C's roof and was unable to seal it to prevent leaking, and that R refused to attempt further fixes. INV also revealed that R had verbally advised C that the repair could not be warranted because they were not re-roofing the entire roof. R stated that attempts to remedy the leaks by putting an ice and water shield on the roof, which was above and beyond the original contract, were unsuccessful. The contract was between R and C, and here is no evidence that there was any sort of warranty for the roofing repairs. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-320 C alleged that R was hired to drywall the C's house. After painting the house, the drywall seams and tape were still visible and some of the outlet and plumbing holes were visible even with covers on them. R came back and fixed some of the problems but will not come back to finish fixing the problems. INV revealed the R completed the job but the C refuses to pay the R. The problem areas are from moisture penetrating the inside of the house. The C did not have the house dried inside before the sheet rock was hung and the sheet rock swelled. INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-364 C alleged that the R is submitting bad checks to pay for completed jobs. INV revealed the C would not provide further documentation to substantiate the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-389 C alleged the R was contracted to do some cement work and never completed it. The C stated the R wanted to be paid before the job was finished, and the C wanted the job finished before the R would be paid. C also stated the R never paid the suppliers and they filed a lien on the property. INV revealed the R did complete the job but not to the C's satisfaction and the C would not pay the R for the completed work and therefore the R could not pay for the supplies. The work the C was not satisfied with was prepared by the C. The R told the C that they would not warranty that part of the work if the C would not prepare the site properly. INV did not reveal any evidence to support the allegations or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-399 C alleged R hired the C as a subcontractor and failed to pay the C. The C received a judgment against the R. This appears to be a civil matter and IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2008-400 C alleged the R was contracted to install a vinyl floor in the C's home. The C alleged the R did not use a wax ring when replacing the toilet after the floor was put in and the floor rotted. INV revealed that water had intruded the crawlspace by irrigation water, and the bathroom sink and shower leaked. INV did not reveal evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-6 C alleged the R was arrested for lewd conduct with a minor under the age of 16 and sexual battery of a child between the ages of 16 and 17. INV revealed the R was later acquitted of the charges. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-7, 8&9 C alleged the R built the C's house and did not provide an access to the crawl space above the ceiling; that insulation was not put in the crawl space; and numerous other major problems. INV revealed that all the issues were corrected under the warranty. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-10 C alleged the R filed two fraudulent liens on two different properties the C was working on. INV revealed the R was not paid by the C and the R rightfully filed a lien. INV did not reveal any evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-12 C alleged the R requested draws but would not provide accounting statements for the request. INV revealed the R would not provide any supporting documents to support their work. Sent to the DAG for legal review. DAG review determined that the contract between C&R was entered into in 2005. The Contract is for a fixed sum and is not for a "cost plus" amount. The signed contract contained a clause stating the contract and the documentation is privileged information and the sole property of the Contractor. The contract is outside the jurisdiction of the Board and appears to be a contract dispute between the parties. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-24 C alleged the R was subcontracted to install new cabinets in the C's new house.  The R has not completed the job but has been fully paid. INV revealed the R did complete the work and the C is now satisfied with the work. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-27 C alleged the R was hired to drywall and texture the C's three car garage. C states the R did not clean up and there was an excessive amount of over spray.  The C also stated the R bent the bottom of the garage door and did not cover up the C's lawn equipment and sprayed over the top of them. INV revealed there were other subcontractors that were working at the property and there is no way to tell who damaged the garage door. INV also revealed that there was an insignificant amount of overspray on a door and water heater. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-35 C alleged the R delivered sheetrock to the C's house and knocked a hole in a vinyl frame. When the C tried to tell the R about the delivery the R became physically abusive toward the C to make the C leave. INV revealed that this is a he said she said situation and the INV did not find evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-42&43 C alleged the R was hired to have some doors taken down and stained. The R recommended a subcontractor to do the staining. The subcontractor failed to stain the doors correctly. INV revealed that, when contacted, the C requested that the complaint be withdrawn. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-50 C alleged the R was contracted to build the C’s home and that the house would not pass the inspection and had the following problems: mold re-emergence due to irrigation spray heads set to close to the foundation; negative grade surrounding the house; vapor barrier and crawl space insulation not per code and not per building permit; electrical wiring not completed correctly; and mechanical devices not installed per code requirements. INV revealed the home was built before enactment of the Contractor's Registration Act. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-52 C alleged the R will not pay the supplier. INV revealed the issue was resolved and the C received payment. IBOL recommends the Board authorized closure.

I-CON-2009-67 C alleged the R was hire to build 3-station salon and the R will not return to finish the job. INV revealed the R completed one station to C's specifications and then the C changed the plans and wanted a latch put on the station. The R stated that he could not, as the station was not built for a latch and the R could not find a latch to fit. The C then wanted a refund for the project.  This complaint is civil in nature and IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-68 C alleged the R was hired to reface the C's cabinets. The R walked off the job and will not return. INV revealed the C will not make contact or provide additional supporting documentation to the INV. INV did not reveal any evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-75 C alleged the R is practicing without being registered. C also stated that R installed curbing too low and some of it was installed backwards. C also stated that there was a billing error. INV revealed the job is under the $2000 dollar limit and there is no evidence to prove the R ever contracted for more than the$2000 exemption limit. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-76 C alleged the R was hired to replace a damaged floor. C states the R used bad glue that left yellow spots on the floor. C also states the R left a burnt spot, did not finish painting some texture, left uneven trim with gaps, left a nine inch cut in the wall, damaged the back splash, and the pressboard moves up and down like it is not supported. INV revealed the C and R came to an agreement and the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-87 C alleged the R performed substandard work. INV revealed the R did not receive any money for the job and was not allowed to come back onto the property or discuss any issues with the C. INV revealed the R followed the provisions of the contract. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-94&95 C alleged the R was hired to apply mud, tape and texture to some drywall for the C's house. C stated the R was not registered at the time work was being done.  INV revealed the job is under the $2000 dollar limit and there is no evidence to prove the R ever contracted for more than the $2000 exemption limit. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-98 C alleged the R was contracted to install a new roof on the C's house. C states that a deposit was paid to the R and R obtained the materials that were sent to the C's house, but the R never showed up to start the job. INV revealed the R is licensed in another state and the work performed was in that state. The Board does not have jurisdiction in the matter. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure and to forward the case to the appropriate regulatory State Board.

I-CON-2009-99 C alleged the R damaged the C's bathroom while replacing counter tops. C states the R added additional charges C should not have been responsible for. INV revealed the C stated the issues were resolved and the C is very happy with the final improvement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-102&103 C alleged the R ordered and received framing truss from the C but will not pay the C. INV revealed the C reached a settlement and does not wish to proceed with the complaint. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-118 C alleged the R was contracted to paint the C's house, and that the R has been paid but will not finish the job. INV revealed the R needs to go back and complete some minor touch-up painting. INV also revealed the R was told not to go back onto the property or they would be physically harmed. INV did not reveal any evidence to support the allegation or a violation. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-127 C alleged the R was contracted to re-shingle the C's roof, and the roof now has a leak that the R refuses to fix. INV revealed the R has returned to fix the leak several times but was unable to find the leak. INV also revealed that there is no evidence that it ever leaked. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-128 C alleged the R was asked to do an estimate for a retaining wall to be submitted to the C's insurance Co. C states the insurance Co. denied the estimate and now the R is pursuing the C for payment of the estimate. INV revealed the R sent a letter to the C stating that they will not pursue the C for payment. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-137 C alleged the R coerced the C to pour more yardage of asphalt than the C agreed to. R then requested payment for the overage. INV revealed the R did exactly what was stated in the contract that the C signed. C has confirmed that the issue was resolved and settled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-152 C alleged that R was hired to do weatherization work on C's home; that R filled the furnace cold air ducts with insulation and failed to reinstall gutters after roofing; and moisture damage and mold resulted in the home causing C and spouse to experience respiratory illness. INV revealed the work took place before the Contractors Registration Act and therefore the Board does not have jurisdiction in this matter. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-158 C alleged the R was hired to seal coat and stripe three auto dealership parking lots. C states the parking lots have large chunks of seal coating and stripes that have peeled up. C states the condition of the parking lots have ruined brand new carpets and colored concrete. INV revealed the R has made contact with the C and has agreed to redo the job to C’s satisfaction. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2009-167 C alleged the R was hired to paint the interior of three houses. The C has asked the R to come back and fix some problems but the R refuses. INV revealed the project was located in WY and therefore the Board does not have jurisdiction in this matter. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with a referral to the WY CON Board.

I-CON-2009-178 C alleged the R contracted with C for advertising services and the R refuses to pay the C. IBOL would like the Board to provide some guidance pertaining to this complaint. If the allegations were proven, would the Board consider such conduct “dishonest or dishonorable” dealing per 54-5215(2) (g)?

 A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to return I-CON-2008-73, I-CON-2009-178, I-CON-2008-399 to the DAG’s office for further review, and close all other cases listed on the investigative report.  Seconded Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Hughes mentioned to Mr. Hetrick that the website under the public record search page had missing options to assist the public with their search.  Mr. Hetrick informed Mr. Hughes that the Bureau was aware of these deficiencies, and is working to switch to a new website format.

 

Mr. Pinther inquired if the Idaho Contractors Board could display on the website contractors that had expired.  Discussion was tabled for further research by Mr. Hetrick.

 

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. 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. Nemec to go out of executive session.  Motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, 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 approve the issuance of the below listed registration numbers with specific decisions being made to application #901105579, #901105815, and Lance Saunders/Construction Contracting Services.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

Application 901105579 was approved with a letter of clarification to be sent out in regard to applicant’s type of construction.

 

Application 901105815 was approved with a letter of clarification to be sent out in regard to applicant’s worker’s compensation.

 

Application for Lance Saunders/Construction Contracting Services was denied due to lack of response.

 

The issued registration numbers are as follows:

 

Reg. #

Individual/Business Name

RCE-17899

TRADESMEN CONTRACTORS LLC

RCE-19876

EZ 2 PLEZ FLOORS-BEAR LAKE INTERIORS LLC

RCE-27534

LANDSCAPING SUN VALLEY INC

RCE-27547

CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC

RCE-27566

CLEAVE COMPANY

RCE-27587

ROBERT RUDY CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27593

ADA MAINTENANCE ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-27598

CRYSTAL CLEAR SPECIALTY SPRAYERS

RCE-27599

CHRIS WILKINS CONCRETE INC

RCE-27601

SWANK ENTERPRISES

RCE-27611

L & M FARM INDUSTRIES INC

RCE-27612

NICOSIA CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL LLC

RCE-27613

EALY ENTERPRISES INC

RCE-27624

NATIONAL CONTRACTORS INC

RCE-27636

GSC MARKETING INC

RCE-27640

BUILDERS ALLIANCE CONST. & CONSULT. INC

RCE-27643

COTTONWOOD PROPERTIES INC

RCE-27644

SUPPLY MY COUNTER LP

RCE-27645

MARCOR ENVIRONMENTAL LP

RCE-27646

JEM ELECTRIC INC

RCE-27647

SOUND SECURITY SYSTEMS LLC

RCE-27649

CAMAS CREEK CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27650

IDAHO GRANITE ACQUISITION LLC

RCE-27651

HOMELINE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27652

PEERAMID EMPIRE INC

RCE-27653

DANNER EXTERIORS LLC

RCE-27654

WESTERN STAR CONSTRUCTION

RCE-27655

GEM TILE

RCE-27656

PIATT EXCAVATING LLC

RCE-27659

BIRDSONG CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC

RCE-27660

B.R. BERNETHY CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27662

WOOD ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-27663

RYANS PAINTING LLC

RCE-27668

MISKO INC

RCE-27669

PINERIDGE BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27670

ROLLING STONE LLC

RCE-27672

NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN CONST. INC

RCE-27674

PROGRESSIVE PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27677

CHOCOLATE GULCH BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27678

ROESTELS MECHANICAL INC

RCE-27682

BOULDER CREEK OUTFITTERS INC

RCE-27683

R.W. HILL CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27684

FTM CORP DBA PAUL WOLFF COMPANY

RCE-27686

COCCA CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC

RCE-27688

C & D TRUCKING INC

RCE-27689

J & J NATIONAL INC

RCE-27693

SOUTHERN IDAHO CABINET COMPANY LLC

RCE-27695

AIRTIGHT HOMES LLC

RCE-27697

21ST CENTURY REMODELING LLC

RCE-27698

PALOUSE RIVER ROCK LLC

RCE-27701

ALL ASPECTS REMODELING INC

RCE-27703

A-1 AMERICAN FENCE INC

RCE-27704

MLA GENERAL CONTRACTOR INC

RCE-27705

KEEP IT GREEN LAWN CARE & MAINT. LLC

RCE-27706

TIMBER QUEST LLC

RCE-27707

K-LINE GROUP LLC

RCE-27710

BY DESIGN BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27711

ALL AMERICAN HARDWOOD LLC

RCE-27712

AMERICAN HYDRO

RCE-27713

ALL AROUND TOWN HOME REPAIR & MORE LLC

RCE-27714

S & H WALL SYSTEMS LLC

RCE-27716

CORKYS FENCING LLC

RCE-27718

COULTERS INTERIORS INC

RCE-27719

ELDORADO BGW LLC

RCE-27721

IDAHO SOLAR DESIGN & CONSULTING INC

RCE-27722

ALLWEST CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27725

THE POOL & SPA HOUSE

RCE-27727

VINCORP INC

RCE-27730

RIDGE TOP CORP DBA SCRUB BUCKET

RCE-27731

WUTKE LLC DBA MILD FENCE COMPANY

RCE-27736

BART & TOM THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27737

LONESOME DOVE CONCRETE PUMPING LLC

RCE-27739

VALLEY GLASS INC

RCE-27741

LEVICA BUILDERS INC

RCE-27743

ELMRIDGE RESTORATION & BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27747

ABSOLUTE SIDING LLC

RCE-27748

CHARTER CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27749

PRINCIPLE PAINTING

RCE-27750

STORE OPENING SOLUTIONS INC

RCE-27752

K AND K EXCAVATING LLC

RCE-27753

FIREBIRD CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27754

AIP INVESTMENTS LLC

RCE-27756

METAL MEISTER INDUSTRIES INC

RCE-27757

IDAHO WOOD WORKS INC

RCE-27760

CONIFER CONSTRUCTION CORP

RCE-27761

ELEGANT RENOVATIONS LLC

RCE-27763

VALLEY MEDICAL SHOPPE INC

RCE-27765

STANS HEATING INC

RCE-27766

LANDSCAPE VISIONS LLC

RCE-27767

NELSON LIGHTING & ELECTRIC LLC

RCE-27768

 HAT CREEK CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC

RCE-27770

SUSTAINABLE FLOORING SOLUTIONS INC

RCE-27772

BRUNDAGE INN LLC

RCE-27773

EM PRECISION LLC

RCE-27774

INTEFRAME COMPONENTS LLC

RCE-27775

SCHWIESOW CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27778

DANIELS MASONRY INC

RCE-27780

DES COMPANY LLC

RCE-27781

BENNETT ROAD LLC

RCE-27792

EXCLUSIVE FINISHES INC

RCE-27793

ALL 4 ASPHALT LLC

RCE-27797

IDAHO LIFESTYLE BUILDERS LLC

RCE-27798

ALPINE EXCAVATING LLC

RCE-27800

D AND D TRIM AND CABINETS INC

RCE-27805

B & B POOLS LLC

RCE-27808

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PAINTING CONTRACTORS

RCE-27809

NEZPERCE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27812

HEPWORTH CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27817

ECO HOME SOLUTIONS INC

RCE-27818

JC SINGLE PLY ROOFING INC

RCE-27820

BIG RIVER RENOVATIONS INC

RCE-27824

STONE QUARRY BUILDING & REMODEL LLC

RCE-27826

THE UPPER CRUST GRANITE CORP

RCE-27829

SUPERIOR FENCE AND IRON WORKS LLC

RCE-27830

GATEWAY 1 INC

RCE-27831

RIDDCO EAST INC

RCE-27832

SR CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27837

DRYLINE RESTORATION INC

RCE-27838

DAVID G MARK CONSTR. INC

RCE-27840

DOUBLE RO LLC

RCE-27844

DECORATIVE EDGE LLP

RCE-27848

CURB D ALENE INC

RCE-27849

SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27853

BEARD ELECTRIC CO

RCE-27854

WE CONNECT MONTANA LLC

RCE-27855

HJ BURNS CO INC

RCE-27860

VALLANDIGHAM CONST

RCE-27861

STEAMCO VENTILATION & EXHAUST SYSTEMS INC

RCE-27865

JOHNSON DEVELOPMENTS INCORPORATED

RCE-27867

GEM EQUIPMENT OF OREGON INC

RCE-27875

TRESIDIO CORPORATION

RCE-27888

STEVE SHAW CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27890

SUN CREST CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27894

BRENT WEBB EXCAVATING, INC

RCE-27895

FIRST CHOICE FENCING LLC

RCE-27896

TYSON LEISHMAN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27898

CUSTOM METAL FAB. INC

RCE-27899

INTEGRITY FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS GROUP, LLC

RCE-27907

A + DRAIN CLEANING SERVICE

RCE-27910

LA SICILIA CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27911

HERITAGE CUSTOM MASONRY LLC

RCE-27912

BAKA CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27914

SAVILLE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27915

NEW LIFE OFFICE SYSTEMS LLC

RCE-27916

1ST CHOICE CABINETRY INC

RCE-27918

SAWTOOTH MOUNTAIN SOLAR SOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-27925

ALL AROUND ENT LLC

RCE-27926

SCOTT A MIKLES EXCAVATION LLC

RCE-27927

JONES PAINTING INC

RCE-27931

STEVENSON CONSTRUCTION

RCE-7439

ROCKY MOUNTAIN EXCAVATING

RCT-23447

ROSS MICHAEL

RCT-25761

VIGIL CHARLES J

RCT-26659

FLYNN CHRIS S

RCT-27041

WEISS JEFF

RCT-27052

HOLLAND ANDY

RCT-27155

SCHOFIELD JASON E

RCT-27396

BOYARCHUK VITALIY

RCT-27403

SPERRY CORY

RCT-27405

COONCE ORVIL A

RCT-27412

KEARSLEY STAN E

RCT-27428

KOOPMAN ANDREW R

RCT-27429

COSTA RAMONA E

RCT-27458

BOLAND RUSSELL P

RCT-27548

MOORE SCOTT

RCT-27563

WHITE DAN

RCT-27581

SORERRO JALENTE

RCT-27596

DEYO DONALD S

RCT-27603

HICKS GARY

RCT-27625

COLTER KURTIS

RCT-27635

PYATT STEPHANIE L

RCT-27639

MAYER SCOTT

RCT-27648

OESTMANN ROBERT K

RCT-27658

DOGGETT SEAN M

RCT-27664

HERNANDEZ CONCEPCION

RCT-27665

NEARMAN MARK

RCT-27666

WELCH DANIEL R

RCT-27667

ANGLIN MARK E

RCT-27679

NEASHAM PHILIP

RCT-27680

JACOBS DAVID LEE Jr.

RCT-27681

DAVIDSON KEVIN

RCT-27685

LINDSTROM KRIS

RCT-27696

JONES BRENNON S

RCT-27699

MAERZ ELBERT

RCT-27700

LAWRENCE ADRIAN D

RCT-27702

CHASE JOHN L

RCT-27709

JONES TEDDY A

RCT-27717

ROWLAND SCOTT D

RCT-27728

ABELAR AUSTIN

RCT-27729

AUSTIN ANGELA D

RCT-27733

HAND NELSON L

RCT-27734

JOHNSON LEON E

RCT-27735

FRAZIER BILLIE F

RCT-27738

DEIMLER JACOB

RCT-27740

HART DANIEL J

RCT-27744

BATRICK KELLY L

RCT-27745

HOLDEMAN MATTHEW

RCT-27751

GRIFFIN CHRIS

RCT-27755

PORTER NEIL O

RCT-27759

LATTIN DARREL W

RCT-27764

WARD JIM

RCT-27769

MURILLO MARCO A

RCT-27771

CHARLEBOIS CHARLES

RCT-27777

AHRENS JESSE

RCT-27784

KLEINSMITH BERNARD

RCT-27785

NISSEN ROBERT W

RCT-27786

WEST BRADLEY

RCT-27787

PADGETT STEVE N

RCT-27788

LYON JOHN

RCT-27789

REYES MATTHEW

RCT-27791

STAPLEY LELAND F

RCT-27794

MARKTHALER CHARLES

RCT-27795

FURMAN THOMAS

RCT-27796

STOCKSTAD DARIN

RCT-27799

CUTLER MIKE

RCT-27802

BALDWIN HAZEN K

RCT-27806

MITCHELL KENNETH D

RCT-27807

GUTIERREZ RYAN

RCT-27811

REED ROBERT G

RCT-27813

BURKMAN NEIL

RCT-27815

WOOMERT SCHYLER

RCT-27821

NUNEZ MARIO G

RCT-27822

DEINES DAVID D

RCT-27823

WILCOX GREG

RCT-27827

SHOEMAKER JASON

RCT-27834

RATCHFORD THOMAS K

RCT-27836

NELSON BRET

RCT-27843

LOPEZ DAVID N

RCT-27851

SCHOENBERG JAMES A

RCT-27856

QUINTERO VICTORIANO

RCT-27857

BAYLESS RONALD

RCT-27862

LAFEE MIKE

RCT-27864

KRICK WILLIAM

RCT-27869

MUNGER DANIEL E

RCT-27873

ANDERSON NELS L

RCT-27876

LONG DAVID

RCT-27877

LAUDER BILL

RCT-27878

WALDO CODY

RCT-27884

DACH RUSSEL

RCT-27885

MILLER BEAU

RCT-27887

COZAD DARRELL

RCT-27889

HUTCHINSON CRAIG S

RCT-27902

KILE DAVID

RCT-27904

BATES DALE

RCT-27922

BRASSFIELD TRAVIS

RCT-27924

POHL NATE

RCT-27929

REINICKE NORMAN J

RCE-24518

TRI COUNTY BUILDERS, LLC

RCE-24945

CHUCKS LAWN SPRINKLING INC

RCE-26512

WENGER TRAFFIC CORPORATION

RCE-26813

VANGUARD STOREFRONTS AND ENTRY SYSTEMS INC

RCE-26991

TRI STAR FURNITURE & CABINETS INC

RCE-26999

BRIANS TREE SERVICE

RCE-27053

RHINO LININGS OF CANYON COUNTY LLC

RCE-27057

MUNSONWORKS INC

RCE-27146

JUNIPER MOUNTAIN EXCAVATION INC

RCE-27220

AITCHISON CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27253

SOUTH FORK HARDWOOD FLOORS INC

RCE-27268

FOUR HORSEMEN CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27276

EXCEL FABRICATION LLC

RCE-27384

MOUNTAIN VIEW LAWN CARE

RCE-27398

W CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27442

CHRIS AKINS MASONRY LLC

RCE-27456

BRIDGE BUILDERS USA INC

RCE-27467

QLTY WTR NW LLC DBA KINETICO Q. W. OF T. INLAND NW

RCE-27471

JDA CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27473

DISCOVERY CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-27510

BAYHORSE CONST. & PROP. MANAG. INC.

RCE-27515

TREASURE VALLEY REMODEL & RESTORATION LLC

RCE-27517

J EVANS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-27524

C & R ROOFING LLC

 

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Hales addressed a memo that was submitted by Mr. Pinther, which was distributed to all Board members for possible law or rule changes.  After discussion, it was determined that the Board and the Bureau were already meeting most of these suggestions, and the Board would take no further action in this matter.

 

Mr. Hales also discussed all other proposed law and or rule changes that the Board had requested from previous meetings.

 

Mr. Pinther gave an update on NASCLA from his mid-year meeting. 

 

Discussion was held as to who would be authorized to attend the annual meeting, adopting NASCLA’s national standards guideline for builders, and submitting disciplinary actions to the NASCLA website.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to explore adoption of a rule to adopt NASCLA national standards as a tool for pro-reviewers.  Seconded by Mr. Nemec.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hughes that the Ms. Prather, Mr. Pinther, and Ms. Anderson all be allowed to attend the annual meeting this year, if budget allows.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to authorize Ms. Anderson to submit disciplined contractors to NASCLA’s disciplinary page.  Seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

Ms. Cory discussed the renewal and reinstatement process, and possible changes.  It was determined that the Bureau did need to be listed as the certificate holder on certificates of insurance, which would require a law change.  After further discussion, the Board decided to keep the current procedure for handling renewals and reinstatements, with further discussion on this matter at a later date.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Nemec to request a law change to request to applicants that the Bureau be listed as the certificate holder on certificates of insurance.  Seconded by Mr. Hughes, motion carried.

 

Ms. Cory also addressed with the Board the possibility of having applicants register with the Secretary of State’s Office as part of the application process.  It was mentioned that perhaps we offer handouts to the applicants in regard to this.

 

The Board asked Ms. Anderson to add the year of the crime to the spreadsheet that is submitted with felony applications.

 

NEXT MEETING 5/12/2009

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion to adjourn was made by Mr. Elliott, seconded by the Board.  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 2:35 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Art Elliott, Chair                                             Anthony J. Hughes

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Steve R. Pinther                                              Jerry Nemec

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Pamela Prather                                                Tana Cory, Bureau Chief