Idaho State Board of Denturitry
Minutes of November 5, 2004
ROLL CALL: Frank Harris, Chairman
ALSO PRESENT: Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief
Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney
Janice Wiedrick, Office Specialist II
Bureau of Occupational Licenses
Chairman Harris called the meeting to order at 9:10a.m.
Ms. Boyle moved to approve the minutes of April 2, 2004 and August 31, 2004. Mr. Perotto seconded the motion, and it carried.
Mr. Hetrick presented the financial report showing a balance of ($4,610.27.) There is pending legislation to increase the renewal fee effective when the Legislature adjourns.
A post-card is to be sent to all licensees about the pending fee increase when the renewal fee becomes effective.
Mr. Hetrick presented the Investigative Report to the Board showing no complaints have been received in 2005. For fiscal year 2004 eight complaints were received; two were referred for disciplinary action and four remain under investigation. For fiscal year 2003, four complaints were received, with one remaining open under investigation.
Mr. Hetrick presented the contract between the Denturitry Board and the Bureau. Ms. Westerberg moved to approve the contract, and authorizes Chairman Harris to sign on behalf of the Board. Ms. Wolfrum seconded the motion, and it carried.
Ms. Wolfrum moved to go into executive session to consider records that are exempt from disclosure as provided in chapter 3, title 9, Idaho Code. Ms. Westerberg seconded the motion, and it carried.
Ms. Westerberg moved to come out of executive session. Ms. Wolfrum seconded the motion and it carried.
Ms. Westerberg moved to have the Bureau send information concerning the education for applicant DEN 10-26-04 AM reviewed by the Idaho Board of Higher Education to see if the accrediting bodies are recognized by Idaho. Mr. Perotto seconded the motion, and it carried.
While the education is being investigated the applicant needs to have a sworn statement from the supervisor who will supervise him in Idaho during an apprenticeship since the application is not complete at this time. The intern application is not complete either. It needs to have:
1. The internship fee of $300. 2. Who will be his supervisor in Idaho.
Ms. Wolfrum moved to have Mr. Hales call him and explain the situation to him. Ms. Westerberg seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The Board discussed defining “Complete Records” and decided to discuss the issue of the importance of record keeping with the Association.
Discussion on setting the number of hours for each college course was held. The Board determined that this issue is the responsibility of the colleges and universities.
The Continuing Education credits are to be reviewed by the Board at each meeting.
Ms. Boyle moved to terminate two files for lack of activity:
DEN 11-24-03 BMC
DEN 01-16-02 GAM Ms. Wolfrum seconded the motion, and it carried.
Next scheduled meeting April 1, 2005 at 9:00a.m.
Having no further business before them, the meeting adjourned at 11:30a.m.
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