IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Minutes of 2/17/2010

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:†† Anthony J. Hughes - Chair

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Steve R. Pinther††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Timothy R Timmins

 

BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT:†††† Jerry Nemec

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Pamela Prather

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

BUREAU STAFF: †††††††††††††††††††††† Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Dawn Hall, Administrative Support Manager

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Lori Peel, Investigative Unit Manager

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Karl Klein, Administrative Attorney

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Steve Olsen, Deputy Attorney General

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Karin Magnelli, Deputy Attorney General

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Erin Anderson, Secretary

 

OTHERS PRESENT:†††††††††††††††††† David Ririe, Morgan Creek Homes

                           

The meeting was called to order at 8:30 AM MST by Anthony J. Hughes.Roll call was given by Ms. Anderson.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hughes to approve the minutes of 10/28/2009.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to approve the minutes of 1/12/2010.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Cory updated the Board on its proposed law changes.On 2/9/2010 the Legislature voted to print and send the proposed law.Ms. Cory inquired when the laws came up for hearing if any Board members could attend.Mr. Hughes stated that if he had a few days notice, he may be able to attend, but asked that the local Board members be asked to attend first.

 

FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Ms. Hall presented the Boardís current balances.She reported that the number of current active registrants for 2008 was 18,596 and that the number of currently registered contractors for 2010 is 15,938.Ms. Hall also informed the Board that their account balance was under the preferable one year reserve balance.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Olsen requested to address the Board.Mr. Olsen wanted to let the Board know that due to budget cuts, mandatory furlough days for his agency, and reduction in attorney staff, his department would not be prosecuting the Contractors Board open cases as quickly as it had in the past.Mr. Olsen explained that due to the state SWCAP the payment schedule for services rendered is on a 2 year cycle.Fees are paid in the current year for services rendered 2 years ago.The Board questioned Mr. Olsen about the cases that are more than 3 years old.Ms. Peel and Mr. Olsen agreed that those cases were pending civil action, and that once that had been completed, the DAGís office would proceed with its prosecution.

 

Mr. Pinther expressed his concern that lack of prosecution toward open contractor cases could be perceived by the public that the Board may not be doing its duty of enforcing the registration act.

 

Ms. Peel requested clarification of Idaho Code 54-5204 (2).Discussion ensued over Idaho Code 54-5205 (e) and 54-5208.Ms. Peelís question was whether this law required a sub contractor to ensure that the general that hired the subcontractor is registered.Ms. Peel and the Board discussed Idaho Code 54-5204(2).†† A motion was made by Mr. Pinther that Mr. Timmins discusses this question with Mr. Pisca about the section.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Peel presented the following investigative memorandum for the Boardís review and decision:

 

I-CON-2008-157 C alleged that R did not provide for a proper drainage system for Cís house.INV revealed that the construction of Cís home took place prior to implementation of the registration act.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-179 C alleged that R failed to meet deadlines in the construction of Cís garage, failed to obtain required engineering services, used improper building techniques, failed to finish work, failed to honor the contract, failed to provide a disclosure statement, and filed improper liens.INV revealed that since the filing of the complaint, the parties have settled their claims and that all parties, including C, have refused to cooperate with the investigator.C informed the investigator that she wished to withdraw her complaint and that she would not discuss the case with the investigator or allow the investigator access to the property to gather evidence and/or photographs.Because of a lack of cooperation and evidence from C, IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-233 DBS alleged that R failed to obtain the proper permits and failed to request an inspection for a residential sprinkler system and water line installed by R.INV revealed that R did not install the sprinkler system but only dug a 10í trench and buried an underground pipe.The DBS inspector informed the investigator that he did not remember inspecting a sprinkler system at the subject property.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-259 C alleged that R failed to comply with a new home warranty provided by R.R informed the investigator that Rís company attempted to do everything it could to make C happy and returned to Cís property numerous times to address Cís concerns.INV revealed that after C filed the complaint, the parties entered into a settlement agreement.C subsequently refused to provide documentation or further information to the investigator.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2008-386 C alleged that R was hired to replace Cís front steps and sidewalk and stain the concrete, and after the powder stain dried, there were noticeable scuff marks that R refused to correct.R informed the investigator that he believed he did a great job for C and that the scuff marks look like someone came out the door and scuffed the finish.INV revealed that C filed a small claims case against R and the parties settled in mediation.According to R, he agreed to pay $855 for another contractor to re-stain the concrete and ďit was worth itĒ to settle the matter.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-66 C alleged that R purchased a large amount of trees and refused to pay for them.INV revealed that the trees were diseased, and since the filing of the complaint, the parties settled the disputed amount.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-172 C alleged that the house R built for C had a structural defect causing the basement to flood.INV revealed that the house was built before 2006 and the water damage occurred in January 2009.In addition, C was unresponsive to the investigator and has provided no documentation to support the allegations.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-219††††† R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received a cancellation notice from Rís insurance company, and R failed to respond to a certified letter from IBOL.Rís registration subsequently expired and has not been renewed.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-220 C alleged that R advertised as being registered and insured when he was not. INV revealed R had given C a ďrough draftĒ business card for a business he was thinking of starting.R stated that he knew he would need to obtain insurance before he could apply for his contractor registration.R stated that he is working for a roofing company as an employee and is not practicing as a contractor.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2009-238 C alleged that R is practicing as a contractor without being registered.INV revealed no evidence to support the allegations, and that R is currently incarcerated in the ISCI for two years for forgery.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-2, I-CON-201-03, I-CON-2010-7, I-CON-2010-10, I-CON-2010-12, I-CON-2010-35, I-CON-2010-38, I-CON-2010-53, I-CON-2010-100Rís failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received cancellation notices from Rís insurance companies.Rís subsequently provided documentation verifying continuous insurance coverage.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-5, I-CON-2010-6, I-CON-2010-11, I-CON-2010-32, I-CON-2010-33, I-CON-2010-49, I-CON-2010-50, I-CON-2010-98, I-CON-2010-99, I-CON-2010-144Rís failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received cancellation notices from Rís insurance companies.Rís subsequently provided statements informing IBOL that Rís are out of business and requested that their registrations be cancelled.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-8 IBOL received notification that Rís insurance had been cancelled, but subsequently received notification that the notice of cancellation was rescinded and the policy was in good standing.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-34, I-CON-2010-51†† R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received a cancellation notice from Rís insurance company, and R failed to respond to a certified letter from IBOL.Rís registration subsequently expired and has not been renewed.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-69 C alleged that R was hired to clean and repair a sewer system and failed to complete it.INV revealed that the work was completed prior to the registration act and appears to be a money dispute between parties.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-71 C alleged that R was negligent in sanding and finishing a wood floor.INV revealed that Rís walnut flooring was very soft and had received water damage from a water heater leak one year before R completed the refinishing.R was subcontracted by a restoration contractor to refinish the floor.After the floor was refinished, Cís large dogs created gouges and scratches in the floor.C insisted that the damage caused by the dogs was because R failed to put the proper finish on the floor and that the previous finish was harder and more durable than the finished used by R.After R attempted to address Cís complaints with no resolution, the restoration contractor hired an independent inspector to inspect the refinished floor.The inspector, using industry standards, found (1) there was no evidence of product failure, (2) C was informed on year prior to the refinishing as to the type of finish that R suggested be used, and C should have made the comparisons between the prior finish and Rís suggested finish prior to the time of the refinishing, and (3) the responsibility for the prevention of the dogsí nail scratches belongs to C.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

After review of the following cases, Mr. Timmins made a motion to close all files as advised by the Investigative Unit.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

Ms. Peel presented information requested from the Respondents in CON-2008-83.The Board had requested further explanation from them in regard to previously held licenses from other states.The Respondents replied back stating that per the signed consent order, they had already complied with this request, and would provide no further information.

 

Ms. Peel also updated the Board on the status of the accounts from prosecuted cases that had been referred to an outside collection agency for further collection.

 

Mr. Klein presented the following cases to the Board for review and authorization for the chair to sign:

 

CON-2007-5 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke registration and renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-59 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke registration and renewal rights.Mr. Pinther also instructed the DAGís office to send a letter of reprimand to Mr. Monroe as well.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-112 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke registration and renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-117 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order, modified to reflect that per the hearing transcript, the unreturned evidence was that the Respondent was not notified about the defects or given an opportunity to repair them.The Board imposes a $25 fine, investigative costs, and attorney fees.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-118 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke registration and renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-122 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $250 fine and payment of investigative costs and attorney fees related to the charges in the complaint.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2008-131 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther Adopt the Hearing Officers Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke registration and renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

Mr. Hughes requested a copy of a letter that Mr. Klein had written in regard to the Boardís previous discussions about temporary staffing agencies.Ms. Anderson stated that she would supply a copy of the letter to the Chairman.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

Mr. Hughes acknowledged Mr. Ririe of Morgan Creek Homes and authorized him to address the Board.Mr. Ririe made a request to the Board that his registration number, RCE-665, show current and active from 10/19/08 to 11/9/09.There was a lapse in Mr. Ririeís registration and he was not current from 10/20/2008 to 11/9/2009.Mr. Ririe performed construction in this time frame, and per his statement, the customers that he did this work for have disappeared and owe him for the job.Before he can proceed with any legal action against them, his registration needs to reflect that his registration number was current and active during this time period.It was noted that his expiration in 2008 was due to his renewal process not being completed.His renewal was postmarked on 10/23/2008.On 10/28/2008 he was sent a letter letting him know that he owed a $25 reinstatement fee and needed to provide proof of liability insurance and workers compensation or an acceptable statement of exemption.Mr. Ririe stated that he moved offices and did not receive the notice.On 9/30/09 Mr. Ririe came into the office and requested that a renewal notice be printed for him.On 11/2/09 the renewal notice that was printed on 9/30/09 was received along with current insurance, a renewal fee, and the reinstatement fee.

 

Bureau staff and counsel expressed concern that the Board lacks the authority to back-date a registration. And that such an action if taken by the Board would not be valid.Concerns were also expressed about how the public might perceive such an act, and about how such an act in this case would impact the Bureauís procedures in other cases.The Board discussed the need for a human side to regulatory decisions.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to grant Mr. Ririeís request with proof of liability coverage and workerís compensation coverage for the 10/2008 to 11/2009 time period.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

Mr. Ririe provided Ms. Anderson with his workerís compensation for that time period, and stated he would later that afternoon send over his proof of liability coverage for the requested time period.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

Ms. Hall discussed with the Board a previous request made by them to check into setting up an ďE-watchĒ program similar to the one in Oregon on the Bureauís website that would allow a general contractor or supplier to sign up and be alerted via e-mail if any of the registration numbers they had selected to watch had expired.It will cost between $5000 to $7000 to build this.†† The Board inquired if there were any additional costs or if this was just the initial fee to begin this program.

 

Mr. Pinther also requested that the Bureau contact Mr. Craig Smith from the Oregon Contractors Board for any assistance, questions or guidance.This state has already implemented this program, and Mr. Pinther feels that they would be a good reference.The Board also asked that the Bureau research further the costs of notifying the public via mail or e-mail that the ďE-watchĒ program would be available on the website.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther for the Bureau to proceed with research for the ďE-watchĒ program.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

Ms. Anderson gave her update from NASCLA in regard to other states procedures for licensing or registering temporary staffing agencies.The consensus of answers from NASCLA and its participating states was that the requirement for a staffing agency to register or be licensed was a case-by-case situation.

 

Ms. Anderson gave her update of NCIA and the Board and Investigative Unitís participation with this organization.

 

Ms. Anderson discussed the Boardís previous request to omit occupation type code #600 from the construction type code list.It was determined that the Bureau would make changes to #7 of the application, which referenced the construction type codes, and that Ms. Hall could bring these application changes to Mr. Hughes for approval and possible change and implementation.

 

Ms. Anderson updated the Board with the current insurance audit numbers.Ms. Anderson informed the Board that there may be up to 53 registrants that will be turned over to investigations at the end of this month for lack of response or compliance from this audit.

 

Ms. Anderson handed out the Boardís mail for review.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Mr. Timmins that the Board go into executive session under Idaho Code ß 67-2345(1) (d) to consider records that are exempt from disclosure under the Idaho Public Records Law.  The purpose of the Executive Session was to consider registration application materials.  Motion was seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.The vote was: Mr. Timmins, aye; Mr. Pinther, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.

 

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

 

APPLICATIONS

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to deny CONE 29359 for ABBA Corp DBA ABBA Contracting per Rule 165 (03).Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to deny CONA 29571 for Cesor Jimenez per Idaho Code 54-5210(a).Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

A motion pending a correction to the registration type to be done by Ms. Anderson was made for # 901110831 by Mr. Pinther.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to approve the below listed applications.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

The issued registration numbers are as follows:

 

Reg. #

Individual/Business Name

RCE-11678

ROTO ROOTER SERVICE

RCE-25157

ALPINE BIKE PARKS LLC

RCE-27417

GREENRIDGE TILE AND REMODEL LLC

RCE-27955

RESTORATION & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC

RCE-28527

WALL TO WALL PAINTING INC

RCE-28973

TOM STONER CONSTRUCTION CRAFTSMAN INC

RCE-29169

ALL PHASE INSULATION INC

RCE-29217

CLAYTON TOPE TRUCKING & EXC. INC

RCE-29259

BEN DENNY CONSTRUCTION

RCE-29264

WHITESTONE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29278

BLACK SWAN DEVELOPMENT LLC

RCE-29323

C & L COATINGS INC

RCE-29331

PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP INC

RCE-29344

FLEXIBLE LIFELINE SYSTEMS INC

RCE-29347

TRESKO MONUMENT CO

RCE-29361

CEILING SYSTEMS INC

RCE-29363

HAMILTON CONSTRUCTION CO (OREGON)

RCE-29371

POE REBAR SERVICES LLC

RCE-29388

SHAFFER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

RCE-29391

ATLAS HOMES LLC

RCE-29392

SPOT SECURITY INC

RCE-29396

FRONTLINE CONCRETE PUMPING

RCE-29397

ICO CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29403

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING SUPPLY LLC

RCE-29404

BIG DOG STORE HOLDINGS LLC

RCE-29410

BENTAR DEVELOPMENT INC

RCE-29412

PEREZ ENTERPRISE INC

RCE-29415

O & A LAWN CARE AND LANDSCAPE LLC

RCE-29416

SANDCREEK WELDING LLC

RCE-29417

PHELPS HOMES LLC

RCE-29445

JOHNSON & JOHNSON ERECTORS INC

RCE-29434

PINEDA POST & POLES INC

RCE-29418

KASE/WARBONNET INC

RCE-29419

ADERA INC

RCE-29421

CDI CUSTOM DESIGN INC

RCE-29424

BRILLIANCE BLINDS

RCE-29425

NORTHERN STAR CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29427

COVENTRY HOMES LLC

RCE-29428

ALL SEASONS ROOFING AND CONSTRUCTION

RCE-29430

GENTRY FLOORS LLC

RCE-29433

STEPHENSON CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29436

DISH LINKS INC

RCE-29438

KNP CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29442

DRY CREEK ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-29443

IRON BEAR LLC

RCE-29444

DESERT WOLF CORPORATION

RCE-29446

GARY INCE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29448

SNAKE RIVER CLEANING AND RESTORATION LLC

RCE-29449

RCH LLC

RCE-29451

PRESSURE WASHING SERVICES OF IDAHO INC

RCE-29454

TOTAL MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-29457

SPOKANE FIREPLACE AND PATIO

RCE-29458

HASCO LLC

RCE-29460

WEST COAST COMMERCIAL FLOORS INC

RCE-29462

OPTIMUS PROPERTY MAINTENANCE LLC

RCE-29463

L2 CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29464

ALLSEAL INC

RCE-29466

IDAHO LAWN AND POOL SERVICES LLC

RCE-29467

MOONDANCE INC DBA MOONDANCE CONST. & ECO-DES.

RCE-29468

D & A DOOR & SPECIALTIES INC

RCE-29469

RENU EXTERIOR CLEANING & RESTORATION

RCE-29470

L & M CONTRACTING INC

RCE-29584

GC PACIFIC INC

RCE-29489

S ERWIN EXCAVATION INC

RCE-29471

CLAMPET EXCAVATION LLC

RCE-29473

LILIENTHAL INSULATION COMPANY LLC

RCE-29477

ALPINE PATIO CONCEPTS INC

RCE-29478

JC DRYWALL & CONSTRUCTION

RCE-29480

ECO STEEL INC

RCE-29483

MARTINEZ PAINTING INC

RCE-29487

ARTISAN CONSTRUCTION & REMODEL INC

RCE-29492

WOODSTUFF CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29498

REDESIGN BOISE LLC

RCE-29499

GUNDERSON ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK LLC

RCE-29503

VERTICAL TECHNOLOGIES LLC

RCE-29506

BEAR LAKE MASONRY

RCE-29507

TERRASCAPES GROUP LLC

RCE-29508

GUTHRIE STONE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29509

KERR CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29510

UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICE LLC

RCE-29511

G & A LANDSCAPE LLC

RCE-29512

C & R JANITORIAL & HANDYMAN SERVICES LLC

RCE-29518

PG LONG FLOORCOVERING LLC

RCE-29523

OPPENHEIMER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

RCE-29524

RENAISSANCE FINE WOODWORKING INC

RCE-29526

MOMENTUM LLC

RCE-29527

MORRIS CONTRCTING INC

RCE-29530

A & E CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29531

JJ ROOFING LLC

RCE-29532

SPECSOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-29533

BRODY DIRT WORKS INC

RCE-29534

D & H ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29535

DUANE ADAMS ROOFING INC

RCE-29536

HORIZON CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC

RCE-29537

FOREVER LIVE OUT YOUR DAYS LLC /FLOYD CURB APPEAL

RCE-29538

CMS OF COLORADO SPRINGS INC

RCE-29539

IN STORE SERVICES INC

RCE-29540

CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTIES OF IDAHO LLC

RCE-29541

DYER PROPERTY MAINTENANCE LLC

RCE-29542

DAYT CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29547

RIKIM INC

RCE-29549

CASEY PAVING LLC

RCE-29550

GEM STATE SOLAR LLC

RCE-29554

WESTERN WALLS INC

RCE-29555

PETERSON SERVICES INC

RCE-29557

TODD CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29560

FLUOR FEDERAL SERVICES INC

RCE-29561

ALPINE ABATEMENT ASSOCIATES INC

RCE-29562

AECON BUILDINGS INC

RCE-29563

FIRST JUMP LLC DBA SIGN A RAMA

RCE-29566

TMS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29567

TMS WELDING INC

RCE-29568

TEAM CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29569

ROCKY MOUNTAIN GRANITE AND TILE INC

RCE-29572

IDAHO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS LLC

RCE-29575

SCREENING ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-29576

WOODS CUSTOM CARPENTRY INC

RCE-29577

KLEMO CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-29585

CUTTING EDGE WOODWORKING INC

RCE-29587

THEMESCAPES INC

RCE-29593

MYERS LAWN CARE LLC

RCE-29594

HARROW CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-29595

ACCENT ON DESIGN INVESTMENTS INC

RCE-29596

HARDESTY & ASSOCIATES INC

RCE-29599

JACKSON DEAN CONSTRUCTION

RCE-29601

LANDCOR BUILDING COMPANY LLC

RCT-29614

MENDEZ BENJAMIN

RCT-27329

JAMES BRIAN

RCT-29032

GARDNER SAM

RCT-29274

TELLEZ LETICIA C

RCT-29311

TREVINO RAUL

RCT-29314

FACER GREG

RCT-29315

MARSHALL SAMUEL W

RCT-29324

BOWEN DANIEL

RCT-29334

FERRELL WES

RCT-29365

LACY TIM

RCT-29368

STENZEL HARRY

RCT-29369

LATER DANIEL

RCT-29370

KRINER JEREMY J

RCT-29389

PENDLETON THOMAS C

RCT-29399

TRUEMPLER DAVE

RCT-29407

WEEKLY ROBERT

RCT-29420

LONG JUSTIN

RCT-29422

PARTRIDGE STEPHEN R

RCT-29423

SCHRACK ROBERT M

RCT-29426

HANSON JASON

RCT-29429

VIOLA RICHARD

RCT-29431

RIVERA JOHN R

RCT-29437

HARRIS DALE

RCT-29439

LAPPIN JAMES C

RCT-29441

YOWELL WESLEY

RCT-29450

MCDONALD JACOB K

RCT-29452

BRODBECK THOMAS A

RCT-29456

RUSSELL CRYSTAL G

RCT-29459

TUCAKOVIC FATINA

RCT-29461

BREW LONNIE GENE

RCT-29465

MORALES PEDRO

RCT-29472

COX RONALD D

RCT-29474

MEDLEY COREY I

RCT-29475

EGGERS RUSSEL

RCT-29476

SCHIRO DALE

RCT-29479

MARTINEZ RICKY A

RCT-29481

HAPPENY BRYAN

RCT-29482

LUNA DANIEL A

RCT-29484

RICHARDSON RODNEY A

RCT-29485

HOOD RUSTIN

RCT-29486

STEVENS DAVID

RCT-29488

BINFET JOHN

RCT-29490

WOODS MIKE

RCT-29494

BROOKS CASEY A

RCT-29497

KLOTZ JOHN P

RCT-29501

PUGH DEEN

RCT-29502

RAMIREZ BARBARA A

RCT-29513

DYKSTRA DAVID

RCT-29514

BYWATER NYLE

RCT-29515

DALE STEVEN W

RCT-29517

DEGON STEVE

RCT-29520

STUTZKE RONALD R

RCT-29521

BYERS RONALD J

RCT-29525

CHRISTOPHER JAMUS I

RCT-29544

BAKER TREVOR

RCT-29545

HICKS COLE

RCT-29553

CARHART JAMES

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BALE BRIAN

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JENSEN MARK O

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FORNEY SEAN

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BEYNUN STEPHAN

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GIBSON KALEB

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CARRICO BECKI

RCT-29580

MARENGO DAVID

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CELIS VENICE

RCT-29582

EVANS ERIC N

RCT-29583

MAYO DAVID A

RCT-29590

LOHSE HANS

RCT-29598

RAGLAND NATHAN

RCT-29602

WALLGREN PHILLIP A

RCT-29603

COURVILLE ROBERT S

RCT-29605

BURTENSHAW TYSON

RCE-29608

INFINIGY SOLUTIONS LLC

RCT-29611

HUNT TIM

NEXT MEETING

 

The following dates were selected for future Board meetings:

 

3/2/2010†††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:30 AM MST

4/6/2010†††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:30 AM MST

5/11/2010 ††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:30 AM MST

6/8/2010†† ††† Face to Face Meeting††††††† 8:30 AM MST

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Klein discussed Idaho Code 54-5215(3).He observed that for the law to apply the Board would need to determine a time by which a revoked or suspended registration must be returned.This time period should at least appear in the order.The Board might also draft a rule.Mr. Pinther asked Mr. Klein to draft a rule change.

 

Ms. Cory again discussed with the Board its motion for Morgan Creek Homes.Due to the decision, Ms. Cory wanted to clarify the current administrative statute process that the Bureau uses.She referenced Idaho Code 67-2614.Ms. Hall also discussed her concern over the most recent letters of request to return renewal and reinstatement fees that she has recently processed.She too is concerned about the Boards direction for processing these requests.The Board Chair acknowledged the staffís concerns and instructed Ms. Cory and the staff to continue with their daily processes, and that the decision today was separate and should not interfere with the current day-to-day procedures.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

A motion to adjourn was made by Mr. Pinther.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 2:00 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anthony J. Hughes, Chair††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Steve R. Pinther

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Timothy R Timmins††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Tana Cory, Bureau Chief