Idaho State Board of Landscape Architects
Regular Board Meeting Minutes of April 19, 2002
ROLL CALL: Gregg Sturtevant, Chair; Mary McGown
Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief; John Kersey, Chief Investigator; Roger
Hales, Administrative Attorney; Marilyn London, Secretary
ALSO PRESENT: Bill Dial, ASLA Member
Gregg Sturtevant called the meeting to order at
Mary McGown moved to approve the January 30 and
March 15, 2002 board meeting minutes. Gregg
Sturtevant seconded, and the motion carried.
Rayola Jacobsen showed the Board a wall
certificate that was printed from the office computer.
The Board approved to use this program to do future licensee wall
Rayola Jacobsen shared with the Board that she
was advised that the $60.00 parking fee for the three people that had their car
booted at the March workshop could not be reimbursed.
The Board chose to put this on hold until they could talk to the ones
Rayola Jacobsen presented the finance report to
the Board indicating a balance of $19,058.70.
The Board would like the 10 years history statement and revenue columns
included on future reports. Agenda
and minutes will be e-mailed to the Board to help cut down on coping and cost.
John Kersey informed the Board that there had
been no change from the last report that indicated three (3) complaints were
received and under investigation.
The Board discussed the problems regarding the
McCloud phone directory that takes information from the Qwest directory without
permission and lumps all professions together in their directory.
John Kersey explained that at this time nothing could be done without
their being a complaint filed.
Mary McGown gave a report on the CLARB spring
meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. The
CLARB office moved to Vienna, Virginia. She
was impressed with their efficiency. British
Columbia is proposing a new category of licensing for individuals with a
background in landscape architecture that only practice in the area of large
The Board received a letter requesting
reinstatement of their cancelled license LA-94.
Mary McGown moved to reinstate their license upon receipt of all back
fees. Gregg Sturtevant seconded,
and the motion carried.
NEW RENEWAL DATE
Rayola Jacobsen told the Board that the Bureau
would like to change the June 30th license renewal date to the
licensee’s birthday. This would
help the Bureau’s workload be evenly distributed throughout the year. The Board will discuss this at the July 19th
A conference call will be scheduled on May 3rd
to discuss the law changes on exemptions and definitions.
The Board approved the following endorsement applications for licensure:
Approved for examination:
An incomplete application was received from an
individual applying based upon landscape architect experience in lieu of
education. The Board requested
Roger Hales send a letter explaining the requirements and information on testing
in the required areas of landscape architect.
The Meeting adjourned at 11:35 a.m.
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