IDAHO STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

 

June 4, 2007

 

 

Meeting called to order at 8:30 a.m. by Chair Eric Negaard.  Those present: Joni Huff, Vice Chair; Board members Mary Lambert, Bonnie Sermon, and Mildred Hill-Herbold via phone.  Bureau Staff present:  Bureau Chief Tana Cory, Technical Records Specialist I Kim Aksamit, and Legal Counsel, Roger Hales.

 

Others Present: Emily McMaster, Deputy Attorney Generals Office, Ronda Clark, LaDonn Goodfellow, Justina Foster, Nancy Roland, JR Scholes, Rick Fuger, Susan Plagge, Eric Holley, Mindy Isom, Cindy Ulstad, Dani Spannknebel, Jeni Giles, and Linda Mottishaw.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to approve the minutes from February 5, 2007 as submitted, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to approve the minutes from April 2, 2007 as submitted, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to approve the minutes from May 17, 2007 as submitted, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Ms. Cory presented the legislative, financial, and investigative report.

For Board determination

COS-P4-4-2005-42:  Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to close with an advisory letter to Respondent, seconded by Ms. Huff, motion carried.
 

COS-P5-4-2005-43: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to close with an advisory letter to the Respondent regarding maintaining compliance with law and rule, seconded by Ms. Lambert, motion carried.


COS-P5A-2-2006-61: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Sermon, motion carried.
 

COS-P5A-2-2006-62: Moved by Ms. Sermon to accept the recommendation of the Bureau authorize closure with an advisory letter regarding maintenance of the appropriate CI to student ratio, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.
 

COS-B5C-1-2006-71: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.
 

COS-P5-2-2007-8: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.
 

COS-P5C-4-2007-15: Moved by Ms. Sermon to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.
 

COS-P5C-4-2007-16: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.
 

COS-P5C-4-2007-17: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.
 

COS-L1A-4-2007-19: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure without action, seconded by Ms. Huff, motion carried.
 

COS-P4-2-2007-37: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure with advisory letters to the salon and employees regarding proper sanitary procedures, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.
 

COS-L2A-2-2007-48: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau to authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.
 

Disciplinary Action

Emily Mac Master, Deputy Attorney General from the Office of the Attorney General presented a memorandum to the Board and several Consent Orderís.  Each matter was discussed separately and the following motions were made. 

 

COS-2007-3 Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of Brandy Johnson, License No. RC-21419 and to authorize Chairman Negaard to sign the Order on behalf of the Board, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

COS-2007-14:  Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of Audrey Inskeep, License No. RC-225750 and to authorize Chairman Negaard to sign the Order on behalf of the Board, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

Ms. Sermon recused herself from discussion or voting.

 

COS-2007-6 & 7: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of Monkey Dooz Idaho LLC, License No. CS-228789 and to authorize Chairman Negaard to sign the Order on behalf of the Board, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-21: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of Michelle Mitchell aka Michelle Walker, License No. RC-15215 and to authorize Chairman Negaard to sign the Order on behalf of the Board, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Mr. Negaard recused himself from discussion or voting and turned the meeting over to Ms. Huff.

 

COS-2007-11: Moved by Ms. Sermon to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of American Nail Technology Inc, License CC-222014 and to pay all investigative cost and attorney fees and authorizes the acting Chair Ms. Huff to sign on behalf of the Board Chair, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-2007-10: Moved by Ms. Lambert to accept the Stipulation and Consent Order in the matter of Evans Hairstyling College, License No. CC-230078 and authorizes the acting Chair Ms. Huff to sign on behalf of the Board Chair, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Meeting turned back over to the Board Chair.

 

COS-2007-1 & COS-2007-4: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generalís Office, seconded by Ms. Lambert, motion carried.

 

COS-2007-15 & 16: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generalís Office, seconded by Ms. Lambert, motion carried.

 

Mr. Negaard recused himself from discussion and turned the meeting over to Ms. Huff.

 

COS-2007-17: Moved by Ms. Lambert that the defendantís license be suspended for 30 days pay a 100.00 fine, 650.00 in cost and attorney fees, seconded by Ms. Sermon, motion carried.

 

Meeting turned back over to the Board Chair

 

COS-2007-19 & 20: Moved by Ms. Lambert to close manner and issue a warning letter to both Respondent and unlicensed individual, seconded by Ms. Huff, motion carried.

 

COS-2007-22: Moved by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generalís Office with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Sermon, motion carried.

 

Mr. Hales presented request for reinstatement.

 

COS-2005-21: Moved by Ms. Huff to reinstate the school license without restriction, seconded by Ms. Lambert, motion carried.

 

Other Board Business

 

Mr. Hales gave a discussion on what laws and rules passed legislation this last session.

 

Motions made by Ms. Huff to direct the Bureau to write a temporary rule changing both esthetics and nail technology to require that students may not render any service to patrons until the student has completed at least 5% of the required amount of  instruction before working on the public, seconded by Ms. Hill Herbold; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to add two more board members to the board, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the proposed Law changes for 2008, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion

carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to go into executive session to consider records that are exempt from disclosure as provided in chapter 3, title 9, Idaho Code, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the reinstatement of Dani Spannknebel license and must pay the license fee and take the Idaho state law and rule examination, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made Ms. Huff to have the board cover all expenses for the NIC conference in Rapid City, South Dakota, including payment for 2 days of travel, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Ms. Cory reported to the board that taping of board meetings is acceptable as long as it is understood that the only official minutes are the ones recorded by the bureau and posted for the public.

 

An update was given regarding the proposal of the 2009 NIC conference to be held in CDA.

 

Ms. Huff updated the board on her research of curriculums and informed the board she would have material for them to review at the next scheduled board meeting.

 

JR Scholes discussed rule 250 with the board.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to direct the Bureau to draft language to accept an associates or bachelor degree from a credited college to be equivalent to the 10th grade education, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to reinstate licenses over 5 years by having the applicant pay the applicable fee and take the examination directed by the board, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to have Ms. Hellberg complete 200 hours in a school of electrology or complete 1600 hours in an approved  apprenticeship program approved by the board, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to go into executive session to consider records that are exempt from disclosure as provided 67-2345(1)(d), Idaho Code; seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Sermon to come out of executive session, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the new curriculum for the American Academy of Beauty once the required changes have been corrected and sent back to the Bureau, seconded by Ms. Hill Herbold; motion

carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the curriculum for Burton Academy, seconded by Ms. Sermon; motion carried.

 

Meeting Adjourned at 5:00 p.m.