LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT BOARD MEETING
January 21, 2005
ROLL CALL: Bill Dial, Chair
ALSO PRESENT: Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief
Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney
The meeting was called to order by Bill Dial, Chair, at 9:00 a.m. Roll call was taken.
Minutes of the October 1, 2004 meeting were reviewed. Moved by Ms. McGown to approve the minutes as revised. Seconded by Mr. Griswold, carried.
Ms. Jacobsen presented the legislative report. Pending rules were presented to the House subcommittee and it was approved with no objections. The rules will go before the Senate Committee on Tuesday, January 25, 2005. It was also reported that the architects has proposed legislation.
Ms. Jacobsen presented the financial report. Discussion was held on CLARB dues and in what month the dues are usually paid.
Ms. Jacobsen presented the investigative report. FY 2005 – three complaints were received and are under investigation. Discussion was held on a letter that was prepared by Mr. Hales and sent to the McCall building department. No action was taken as no response was received from the letter.
The Bureau will draft proposed law changes and present to the Board at the next meeting. Post cards will be sent to all licensed landscape architects regarding proposed changes or at least the proposed fee increase. Prepare postcard for review at the April meeting of the Board.
CLARB spring meeting – Discussion was held on who would be available to attend the spring meeting. Ms. McGown to attend the meeting which is being held in Denver. The state report prepared by Idaho was discussed. It was determined that the report should include the number of licensees, budget as it pertains to dues, copy of the wall certificates, and information regarding our standardized seal. Moved by Mr. Griswold that Ms. McGown attend the spring meeting in Denver and be reimbursed for travel and paid honorarium. Seconded by Ms. McGown, carried.
Mr. Dial presented concerns that he has heard of regarding the approved seal. Discussion was held on the size putting the seal into a more expensive category when having seals made. Research has been done in the surrounding areas and it was determined that 1 ¾” is a standard size and remain the approved seal.
Mr. Dial read the memorandum from CLARB outlining the dues structure for 2005, 2006, and 2007. Dues will be $4350, $4350, and $4375 repectively.
Mr. Griswold left the meeting at 10:00 a.m.
Review of application was done.
The next meeting of the Board is set for April 15, 2005 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting adjourned at 10:45 a.m.
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