IDAHO STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

 

June 6, 2006

 

 

 

 

Meeting called to order at 8:35 a.m. by Chair Eric Negaard.  Those present: Joni Huff, Vice Chair; Board members Geneal Thompson, Linda Swope, and Mary Lambert.  Bureau Staff present:  Bureau Chief Rayola Jacobsen, Deputy Bureau Chief Budd Hetrick and Secretary, Kim Aksamit. Legal Counsel: Roger Hales.

 

Other Present: Deputy Attorney General Emily Mac Master, Ronda Clark, LaDonn Goodfellow, Chris Brown, Donna Waite, Justina Foster, Peggy Foster, Millie Hill-Herbold, Rick Evans, April Evans, Kirsten Evans, Susan Plagge, Nancy Roland, Andrea Morton, Mindy Isom, Wendy Florence, Debbie Hummel, Connie Lough,  Kim Barton, Nathan Shaw, Dustin Shaw, Chelsea Hand, Carrie Parot, JR Scholes, Broni Malezyk, Grant Gardner and Rhonda Hansen.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the minutes from February 06, 2006, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the minutes from February 27, 2006, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the minutes from  March 27, 2006, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the minutes from  April 12, 2006, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Swope to accept the minutes from  May 09, 2006, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.

 

Ms. Jacobsen presented the legislative and financial reports.

 

Emily Mac Master presented a disciplinary report from the Attorney General’s Office and requested Board direction regarding the following cases. 

 

COS-2006-10 Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-11 Motion made by Ms. Swope to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-12, 13, and 14 Motion made by Ms. Lambert to authorize the Attorney Generals Office to negotiate the stipulation, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Mr. Negaard recused himself, and Ms. Thompson was acting Chair

 

COS-2006-19 Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-15 Motion made by Ms. Swope to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-16 Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

COS-2006-18 Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Ms. Thompson turned the meeting back over to Mr. Negaard

 

COS-2006-17 Motion made by Ms. Thompson to accept the recommendation of the Attorney Generals Office, seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

Mr. Hetrick gave the investigative report.

 

COS-B5a-1-2005-19 Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

COS-L1A-2-2005-46 Motion made by Ms. Thompson to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-P1B-2-2006-7 Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-P5-2-2006-8 Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.

 

COS-B1A-2-2006-25 Motion made by Ms. Thompson to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

COS-B1-2-2006-30; 31; & 32 Motion made by Ms. Lambert to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure with an advisory letter, seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

COS-B4-2-2006-45 Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the recommendation of the Bureau and authorize closure, seconded by Ms. Lambert; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert that the interpretation for the word chemical in Law 54-837, is to include any substance, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to direct the Bureau to draft language for a temporary rule change for FEE RULE 125.02 to pay fees to the exam administrator and not to the Board, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.       

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to direct the Bureau to propose language changing rule 450.05, regarding

re-examination, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Discussion was held on schools being accredited, no action taken.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to have the Board cover travel expenses to the NIC Annual Conference in Portland Maine including airfare, hotel accommodations, per diem, and honorarium for Joni Huff, Eric Negaard, Mary Lambert, and Linda Swope, seconded by Ms. Thompson, motion carried.

 

Discussion and update by Ms. Thompson on NIC Health and Safety Report regarding MRSA.

 

Discussion was held on changing the definition for the word esthetics.

 

Moved 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. Swope, motion carried.

 

Moved by Ms. Lambert to come out of executive session, seconded by Ms. Swope, motion carried.

 

Mr. Negaard and Ms. Thompson recused themselves from the discussion of Konnie Nelson.

 

Motion made by Ms. Swope to deny the request from Konnie Nelson to receive an Esthetician Instructors license with out examination or additional schooling, seconded by Ms. Lambert, motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the curriculum for the D’Shaw Institute of Cosmetology once the requested corrections to the curriculum are submitted to the Bureau and approved, seconded by Ms. Thompson; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Swope to deny the curriculum for the Academy of Nail Technology esthetics program until the requested additional information is submitted to the Board for review, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Huff to accept the additional curriculum for Razzle Dazzle College of Hair Designs esthetics coarse and the 900 hour haircutters course with the stipulation that the haircutters course does not begin until after July 1st, 2006 , seconded by Ms. Swope; motion carried.

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to direct the Bureau to assist the Board in proposing a single bill making the apprenticeship program null and void, seconded by Ms. Huff; motion carried.

 

Discussion was held on why students need to be registered with the Bureau.  Ms. Peggy Foster President of the Idaho School Owners Association and owner of Headmaster School of Hair Design in Lewiston stated to the Board, if the school is not keeping a daily attendance then the school needs to be fined and held accountable for their actions and the students should be credited for hours spent in training regardless of registration status. 

 

Motion made by Ms. Lambert to direct the Bureau to draft legislation for Rule 500.09 and Law 54-802 (7) to deal with the elimination of schools having to register students, motion failed due to lack of a second.

 

Motion made by Ms. Thompson to direct the Bureau to research Rule 500.09 and Law 54-802 (7) and bring a recommendation back to the Board regarding this problem, 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. Swope, motion carried.

 

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

 

Applications were reviewed and approved.  Lists of licensees are available by accessing the Boards web page and upon request. 

 

Meeting adjourned