IDAHO CONTRACTORS BOARD

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Board Meeting Minutes of 6/8/2010

 

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

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Steve Pinther

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Robert Pilote

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Maria Brown, Technical Records Specialist II

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

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Nita Metro, Complaint Coordinator

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The meeting was called to order at 8:35 AM MDT by Anthony J. Hughes.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

A motion was made by Mr. Timmins to approve the minutes of 5/11/2010.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Cory stated that the Bureau would be moving in a few weeks.She also discussed submission of rule changes to the Legislature.

 

FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Ms. Hall presented the Boardís current balance which was $460,119.00 on May 31st, 2010.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

Ms. Magnelli presented the following memorandum:

 

CON-2010-2 Ms. Prather made a motion to dismiss this complaint.Motion was seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

Ms. Magnelli presented the following case to the Board for review:

 

CON-2010-24 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to Adopt the Hearing Officerís Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, recover investigative costs and attorney fees, and revoke renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

Ms. Peel presented the investigative report.Mr. Timmins recused himself from I-CON-2009-64.The following cases were heard:

 

INSURANCE CASES:

 

I-CON-2007-434, I-CON-2010-9, -134, -137, -162, -193, -199, -204, -268, -293, -294, -301Rís failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received cancellation notices from Rís insurance companies.Rís subsequently provided documentation verifying current insurance coverage.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-4, -48, -52, -139, -158, -184, -194, -195, -197, -198, -206, -226, -256, -257, -266, -272, -279, -285, -300Rís 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 Rís registrations be cancelled.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-131 R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received a cancellation notice from Rís insurance company.R informed IBOL that the reason he let his insurance lapse is because his work is seasonal and he does not work in winter.IBOL explained to R that in order to maintain his registration he must maintain his insurance.R subsequently provided documentation verifying current insurance coverage.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-132, -159, -166, -196, -203, -248, -271, -297 ††† Rís failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received cancellation notices from Rís insurance companies, and Rís failed to respond to certified letters from IBOL.Rís registrations subsequently expired and have not been renewed.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-208, -213, -215, -220, -222, -223, -224, -225, -228, -232, -235, -239, -247, -249, -250, -251 Rís failed to respond to audit requests but subsequently submitted documentation verifying current insurance.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-217, -218, -221, -234, -240, -241, -243, -244, -246 In response to the audit request, Rís submitted the completed verification forms but failed to include copies of certificates of insurance.Rís subsequently submitted appropriate certificates of insurance and IBOL recommends that the Board authorizes closure.

 

I-CON-2010-161††††† R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received a cancellation notice from Rís insurance company.In response to a letter from the Investigative Unit, R explained that he had not been working as a contractor and thought he only needed insurance while performing contracting work.After being informed that he must carry insurance at all times while he is registered, R immediately obtained insurance and provided proof of insurance to IBOL.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2010-192††††† R failed to provide proof of liability insurance after IBOL received a cancellation notice from Rís insurance company.R informed IBOL that he let his insurance lapse because he does not work during the winter.IBOL explained to R that in order to keep his registration he must maintain his insurance.R subsequently provided documentation verifying current insurance coverage.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

I-CON-2010-205††††† In response to the audit request, R submitted a letter stating that he had not worked as a contractor for many months and had let his insurance lapse.After discussions with IBOL, R understood that he must maintain insurance if he wished to keep his registration.R subsequently provided documentation verifying current insurance coverage.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-219, -229, -238 In response to the audit request, Rís submitted certificates for current insurance but failed to submit proof of insurance for the audit period.Rís subsequently submitted the correct certificates verifying insurance coverage during the audit period, and IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-230, -242 In response to the audit request, Rís submitted the completed verification form but failed to include copies of certificates of insurance.IBOL contacted Rís insurance company and verified that Rís had the appropriate insurance in place during the audit period.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-231 R sent in proof of insurance coverage in response to an insurance audit, but the insurance coverage was under Rís personal name and not under Rís company name, which is registered.Since that date, Rís registration has expired and R has not renewed.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-233 R failed to respond to the audit request, and Rís registration subsequently expired and has not been renewed.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

I-CON-2010-237 In response to the audit request, R submitted proof of liability coverage but failed to include proof of workersí comp.R subsequently submitted appropriate documentation, and IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.

 

After review of the above cases, Ms. Prather made a motion to close all files.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

NON-INSURANCE CASES:

 

I-CON-2007-263 C alleged R did a poor job installing hardwood floors.Investigation revealed that shortly after the floors were installed, Rís business was sold to another individual.The new owner stated that he was familiar with the floors and that there was shrinkage.The new owner stated that the work order clearly included a warning that R could not guarantee against swelling, shrinking, cupping or buckling.The new owner stated that he was at the job site once after the job was completed and informed C that it was typical to have shrinking because there is a basement under that section of the floor.The new owner stated that he had not heard from C since that time.In addition, C did not respond to the investigatorís contact attempts.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure. ††A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-178 C alleged R practiced contracting without registration.During the course of the investigation, the investigator discovered that R passed away as a result of a car accident.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure. A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-236 C alleged R has refused to address issues with a new construction house.A pro reviewer found that the biggest issue is a concern regarding sand in the well, and it is up to C to pay to have the well drilled deeper.The pro reviewer did find that the following items need to be re-inspected by the local building official:(1) no railings on the 3-step stairs from the utility room to the garage, and (2) there is a 3Ē overhang on the first step of interior stairs.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure and issue R an advisory letter regarding the pro reviewerís concerns. ††A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case without the advisory letter.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-237 C alleged R drilled a faulty well and there was too much sand in the well.The pro reviewer found that R has honored his warrantee, that R did everything in his power to rectify the situation, and that it is Cís responsibility to pay to have the well drilled deeper.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure. ††A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2008-376 C alleged R was not a registered contractor at the time C worked for R as an employee.Investigation revealed that R was actually a foreman for the business, which was registered at the time.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-44 C alleged R provided substandard work in connection with installing a sprinkler system.Investigation revealed that since the filing of the complaint, C has sold the property and informed the investigator that she no longer wishes to pursue the complaint.In addition, Rís registration expired in May 2008 and R informed the investigator that he has not practiced as a contractor since that time.IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure. ††A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-58 C alleged R failed to disclosure discipline R received in another state on Rís application.Investigation revealed that Rís license in the other state had been suspended for allowing his insurance and bond to expire but R had not been disciplined.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-64 C alleged R failed to address warranty issues regarding standing water around a newly constructed house.Investigation revealed that R attempted to correct the issue by installing a dry well and recommended that the adjoining homeowner, whose house is at a higher elevation than Rís, plant grass on the bare land to keep water from running onto Cís property.The investigation did not reveal that R was grossly negligent or reckless in the performance of construction; therefore, IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pilote, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2009-79 C alleged R failed to complete a clean-up job as contracted.At the start of the investigation, C informed the investigator that Cís insurance company had settled the matter with R, that there is no longer an issue, and C considered the matter closed.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure. ††A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-18 C alleged R failed to follow generally accepted practices in the preparation and painting of Cís home.A pro reviewer found that R acted in a professional manner regarding quality and ethical standards.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Mr. Timmins to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pilote, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-28 C alleged R was hired to blow out a sprinkler system and, in the process, damaged the backflow device.Investigation revealed that R was not registered and did intermittent landscaping work, and reimbursed C for the backflow device.During an interview with the investigator, R admitted that he had done one project over the $2,000 threshold, and R stated that he did not know that a lawn maintenance business needed to be registered as a contractor.(The investigation did not, however, provide any evidence concerning the job that R stated was over $2,000.)R stated that his landscaping business was closing, and on 3/24/10 Articles of Dissolution were filed with the Secretary of Stateís Office.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure with a warning letter to R. ††A motion was made by Mr. Timmins to close this case with a warning letter.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-64 C alleged that R was hired to remove grass and lay down a weed barrier and rock.C stated weeds are growing in the rocks due to R not washing off the rock before putting it down. Investigation revealed that the R had attempted to work with C, but C failed to do the required upkeep such as spraying to prevent weed growth.R stated that C chose to use river rock, which is screened but not washed, because it was cheaper than rainbow rock which is washed.R stated that since the completion of the project, he has pulled the weeds on Cís property and had the area sprayed and treated.The investigator contacted another landscaper who had been called by C, and the landscaper stated that he advised C that there is no way to avoid weeds because the wind will carry dust, seeds and spores which will germinate in ľĒ of dirt.†† IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-93 C alleged R practiced contracting without registration.Investigation revealed that R is a building supply store, and C ordered stained siding to install on a customerís house.R used a subcontractor to stain the siding the color of Cís choice, but C picked up the siding from R and alleged the stain on the siding was defective.Investigation also revealed that C filed a small claims case against R, and Cís claim was dismissed.During the course of the investigation, the investigator discovered that C had ordered the materials before becoming registered.C informed the investigator that the siding job was his first contractor job and he used the money he was fronted to purchase his liability insurance and his contractor registration.C stated that without the job he did not have the money to purchase the insurance or registration.As to R, because R is exempt from the Contractors Act (54-5205(2)(e):ďA person who only furnishes materials, supplies or equipment without that person installing or fabricating them into or consuming them in the performance of the work of the construction contractorĒ), IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure of the case against R.As to C, it appears that C submitted an estimate to the homeowner for the job prior to registration.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure with a warning letter to C.A motion was made by Ms. Prather to close this case without a warning letter.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-103 C alleged R did not build Cís home to the architectís specifications.The pro reviewer found that R acted in accordance with the requirements and standards associated with a registered contractor in Idaho and stated that the case was more of a homeowner disagreeing with how the State of Idaho regulates contractors than it is of a legitimate complaint of faulty workmanship.The pro reviewer stated that it is clear that C received equal if not more value for the work performed by R, and that all of the corrections that were made to the structure far exceeded building code requirements and C was the benefactor of such.The pro reviewer also noted that the designer was not a licensed architect and therefore the building inspector only had to make sure that the building adhered to the minimum building code requirements.IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Mr. Timmins to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

I-CON-2010-122 C alleged R referred C to a non-registered contractor in July 2007.Investigation revealed that R does not recall referring the non-registered individual due to the length of time that has elapsed.In addition, R stated that he closed his business and retired in 2009.The investigator has been unsuccessful in contacting the unregistered individual, and a separate case was opened against the unregistered individual.The investigation did not reveal any evidence that R engaged the unregistered individual in violation of the Boardís laws; therefore, IBOL recommends that the Board authorize closure.A motion was made by Mr. Pilote to close this case.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Klein discussed giving Ms. Anderson the ability to issue registration numbers to applicants who meet all the objective criteria.The Board agreed that if the application was submitted complete, all requirements had been met per Idaho Code 54-5214, and there was no disciplinary action listed on the application, that Ms. Anderson could issue the registration.Mr. Pinther stated that he did not feel the Board had authority to do this and questioned if this request should be a rule change.Mr. Klein stated that per Idaho Code 54-5206 and 54-5207, there is adequate authority.The Board stated that if there is a personnel change with the TRS Board Specialist that all applications would start being presented back to the Board for review and approval.

 

Ms. Prather made a motion to allow Ms. Anderson to issue registration numbers to applicants which meet the application requirements and do not list any discipline on the application.This motion was seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Pinther opposed, Mr. Pilote abstained, Ms. Prather, aye; Mr. Timmins, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

Mr. Klein presented the following cases to the Board for review:

 

CON-2007-78 A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to dismiss this case and direct Mr. Klein to issue a letter to the registrant that discusses contractor disclosure requirements.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.Ms. Prather opposed this motion.

 

CON-2008-151 A motion was made by Ms. Prather to Adopt the Hearing Officerís Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $1000 fine, recover investigative costs and attorney fees, and revoke renewal rights.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.Mr. Pinther made a motion to amend this motion and charge the respondent a $250 fine.This motion died for lack of a second.Ms. Prather made a motion to amend her initial motion to Adopt the Hearing Officerís Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $250 fine, investigative costs, attorney fees, and revoke renewal rights.Motion was seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

CON-2009-19 A motion was made by Ms. Prather to Adopt the Hearing Officerís Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order and impose a $250 fine, recover investigative costs and attorney fees, and send a letter to the registrant inquiring if they will be renewing.Seconded by Mr. Timmins, motion carried.

 

DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Hughes discussed with the Board members the pre-legislation meeting that he attended.He stated that they recommend no submissions to the Legislature this year.After the Board discussed its two possible law changes it was determined that information and examples should be collected so that the Board can make certain that there is a need for any requested changes to the law.

 

The Board reviewed two pieces of correspondence.The first letter had questions about maintaining liability insurance.The Board directed Mr. Klein to respond by explaining the requirement of maintinaning general liability insurance per the law.The second letter was in regard to the new EPA rule.The Board directed Mr. Klein to respond explaining the Boards jurisdiction over this.

 

Mr. Pinther submitted his update of the mid-year NASCLA meeting.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther to approve two Board members and one Bureau staff person to attend the annual conference for NASCLA.The motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Ms. Prather to approve payment of the annual dues to NASCLA.Motion seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Ms. Prather to approve submission to NASCLA of the 2010 Report of the States information for Idaho.Motion seconded by Mr. Pilote, motion carried.

 

The Board reviewed the changes made to the contractor renewal and registration applications.After the Board noted to the Bureau a few changes, a motion was made by Mr. Timmins to approve the applications.Motion was seconded by Ms. Prather, motion carried.

 

The election of a chairman was not required until after the new fiscal year.This item was tabled.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Mr. Pinther 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 Ms. Prather, motion carried.The vote was: Mr. Timmins, aye; Mr. Pinther, aye; Mr. Pilote, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.

 

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

 

APPLICATIONS

 

Mr. Pinther made a motion to accept all applications as submitted.The motion died for lack of a second.

 

The Chair placed a motion on the table to approve all applications except for #901111763 and #901112105.The motion to accept was made by Ms. Prather, seconded by Mr. Pinther, motion carried.

 

The Chair placed a motion on the table to approve application #901111763.The motion to accept was made by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Mr. Timmins, Mr. Pilote and Ms. Prather were opposed, motion carried.

 

The Chair placed a motion on the table to approve application #901112105.The motion to accept was made by Mr. Pinther, seconded by Mr. Pilote, Ms. Prather opposed, motion carried.

 

Below are the approved applications:

 

Reg. #

Individual/Business Name

RCE-27270

SEARS DRYWALL INC

RCE-29876

BLACK DIAMOND SERVICES LLC

RCE-29976

MOUNTAIN STATE CONSTRUCTION LLP

RCE-30046

C & C ROOFING/REPAIR

RCE-30047

HOFFMAN STRUCTURES INC

RCE-30113

SM ANDERSEN COMPANY INC

RCE-30142

EASTERN IDAHO CONCRETE LLC

RCE-30170

BOONE CABLE WORKS & ELECTRONICS INC

RCE-30203

MAC HOMES CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-30209

S & L ENTERPRIZES LLC

RCE-30224

SAS CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-30230

TECHNICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS INC

RCE-30233

ARCADIA LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS LLC

RCE-30238

RAVE CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-30243

SCHMIDLKOFER FAMILY LLC DBA INTERMOUNTAIN EL.

RCE-30244

MINER EQUIPMENT LLC

RCE-30245

CREATIVE RENOVATION & CABINETRY INC

RCE-30248

D AND L CURBING LLC

RCE-30252

SUNROC BUILDING MATERIALS INC

RCE-30253

AMERICAN FENCING

RCE-30263

ASCENT CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-30264

EXTREME FLOORING INC

RCE-30272

ROCK SOLID PROPERTY MAINT. LLC

RCE-30273

CANYON STONE AND INSTALLATION INC

RCE-30274

J & D PUMPS LLC

RCE-30275

A 1 MOW & GO LLC

RCE-30276

DICKINSON CAMERON CONST. COMPANY INC

RCE-30277

ENVIRO KLEEN INC

RCE-30279

WESTMINSTER II LLC

RCE-30283

TOTAL DEDICATION TO QUALITY LLC

RCT-30270

HARDISTER MATT R

RCT-30212

DELAMERE CHUCKJr.

RCT-29914

ROSE CHRISTOPHER L

RCT-29972

POSS ROBERT J

RCT-30015

FARRAND SCOTT R

RCT-30090

GOEBEL FORD A

RCT-30189

MCKINNEY JERRY M

RCT-30210

HASTINGS RONALD L

RCT-30237

PEARSON JARAE

RCT-30239

TERRELL S SCOTT

RCT-30255

WOODS THOMAS C

RCT-30258

GARRETT LEE T

RCT-30267

CRIGHTON DEANNA

RCT-30280

EKHOLM WILLIAM

RCT-30284

SKINNER GARY

RCT-30285

NAGEL ROBERT M

RCE-30287

SKYWARD CONSTRUCTION INC

RCE-30289

FLEMING BUILDING COMPANY INC

RCE-30295

G & B INSTALLATIONS LLC

RCE-30298

ALIGNMENT CONSTRUCTION

RCE-30300

SHANE DEMLER MASONRY INC

RCE-30302

PC DESIGN BUILD INC

RCE-30305

KIEWIT MINING GROUP INC

RCE-30306

SLEEP AND SON BUILDING CONTRACTORS LLC

RCE-30307

SMITH IND. INC DBA HORIZON LANDSCAPE AND NURSERY

RCE-30312

OSM CONSTRUCTION LLC DBA BLUE CREEK NW

RCE-30314

KUNZ ENTERPRISES LLC

RCE-30318

SUNSHYNE INC

RCE-30320

AC LEGACY INC

RCE-30322

LS & S CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-30324

WITH PRIDE CONSTRUCTION LLC

RCE-30325

KANSAS ASPHALT INC

RCT-30301

RUSSELL MICHAEL J

RCT-30286

FISHER GARY J

RCT-30288

CORIELL FRED

RCT-30290

HORN TYLER

RCT-30292

BOYCE SEAN

RCT-30294

NEIGHBOR DAN

RCT-30299

SMITH RODGER D

RCT-30304

TUMA JAMES

RCT-30310

DEVIER TERRY

RCT-30315

VAUGHN RICHARD

RCT-30321

FIELDS MYRON T

NEXT MEETING

 

The following dates were selected for future Board meetings:

 

7/6/2010†††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:00 AM MST

8/3/2010†††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:00 AM MST

9/14/2010 ††† Conference Call†††††††††††††††† 10:00 AM MST

10/12/2010†† Face to Face Meeting††††††† 8:30 AM MST

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

A motion to adjourn was made by the Board.Individual votes for this motion were: Mr. Pinther, aye; Mr. Timmins, aye; Mr. Pilote, aye; Ms. Prather, aye; and Mr. Hughes, aye.This motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 2:40 PM.

 

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

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Robert Pilote†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Timothy R Timmins

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Pamela Prather††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Tana Cory, Bureau Chief