DRINKING WATER & WASTEWATER PROFESSIONALS

Bureau of Occupational Licenses

1109 Main Street, Suite 220

Boise, ID 83702-5642 

 

Board Meeting Minutes of 10/1/2008

 

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:  William A Thompson - Chair

                                                             Robert F. Hansen

                                                             Victor Villegas

                                                             John Keady

                                                             Larry Annen

                                                             Barry Burnell

 

BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT:    Richard Dees

                                                           

 BUREAU STAFF:                          Tana Cory, Bureau Chief

                                                            Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                            Dawn Hall, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                                            Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

                                                            Mary Miles, Technical Records Specialist I

 

OTHERS PRESENT:                     Lynn Tominaga, Idaho Water Policy Group, Inc.

                                   

Meeting was called to order at 9:00 AM MDT by William A Thompson.
 

INTRODUCTIONS 

 

Ms. Cory introduced two new Board members: Larry Annen and John Keady.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to approve the July 2, 2008 minutes as written. Seconded by, Mr. Villegas, motion carried.

 

FINANCIAL REPORT

 

Ms. Hall gave the financial report.  This report is available on the website.  As of 09/30/2008, the Board has $45,594.09 in expenditures with a cash balance of $421,934.68. It was noted that expenditures will increase with online exams. Click on “Board Detail Financialson the website to access a detailed financial report.

https://secure.ibol.idaho.gov/eibolpublic/tmpfinbudget.aspx?Bureau=wwp

 

FY2009 CONTRACT RENEWAL

 

Ms. Hall presented the FY2009 Contract Renewal to the Board.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to approve and authorize the Board chair to sign the FY2009 Contract Renewal. Seconded by Mr. Villegas, motion carried.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION


A discussion was held regarding the Backflow Assembly Testers continuing education requirement of obtaining an eight hour BAT Refresher course every two years. Mr. Hetrick outlined the procedure when an operator has failed to meet the requirement. Mr. Hetrick explained to the Board that there are 35 Consent Orders for BATs pending. The Board directed the Bureau to proceed with the Consent Order procedure.

 

The Board discussed CE audits and determined that 10% of licensees will be audited annually. An audit will be sent out in March of 2009 for the Board to review at their May 13, 2009 Board meeting.

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

 

Mr. Hetrick presented the investigative report.

 

Fiscal Year 2008

 

Total Complaints received

45

(Including 43 CE audit files)

 

          Status:

 

                     Closed by Board action

1

                      Pending IBOL disciplinary action

19

                      Remaining under investigation

21

                      Awaiting board determination

4

 

 

Fiscal Year 2007

 

Total Complaints received

42

(Including 39 CE audit files)

 

          Status:

 

                     Closed by Board action

25

                     Closed following disciplinary action

3

                     Pending Office of the Attorney

          General

1

                     Pending IBOL disciplinary action

2

                     Remaining under investigation

4

                     Awaiting Board determination

7

 

For Board Determination:

 

I-WWP-2007-6        R submitted proof of only .3 CE units for license renewal.  A letter was sent to R requesting the additional CEU's. Documentation was subsequently submitted confirming compliance with the CE requirement. Record confirms the license is now cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2007-13      C alleged R did not meet the CE requirement. Documentation submitted showed CE was obtained outside the audit period. Documentation was subsequently received confirming compliance with the CE requirement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Keady to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Villegas, motion carried.

 

 I-WWP-2007-17      C alleged R did not complete the 6 hours of required CE. Docs show only .3 hours for period. Documentation was subsequently provided confirming compliance with the requirement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Villegas, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2007-18      C alleged R was required to obtain 6 hours of CE. Docs show all CE was obtained outside the audit period. Documentation was subsequently received confirming compliance with the requirement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Annen to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Burnell, motion carried.

 

 I-WWP-2007-21      C alleged R did not obtain 6 hours of CE. Docs show CE was obtained 5 days outside the period. Sent cert letter requesting documentation for CE taken within the audit period. R submitted documentation confirming active military duty during the period in question.  As per Idaho law active military personnel are exempt from renewal and CEU requirements.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Keady to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

 I-WWP-2007-22     C alleged R was required to obtain 6 hours of CE, and the courses submitted were not relevant to drinking water. Sent letter outlining the need for CE relevant to drinking water. Documentation was received to confirm compliance with the CE requirement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

 I-WWP-2007-25     C alleged R did not complete the 6 hours of required CE. Docs show 2 classes were not approved for WW license category. R lacks .4 CEUs for period. Sent letter requesting CE for wastewater license for 2 years. R submitted documentation of 37 approved CEU credits for the audit period, clearly meeting both the annual and carry-over rule.  IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Burnell, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2008-1      R did not complete the 6 hours of required CE. Washington Sewer Maintenance School does not specify CE hours. Backflow Assembly Tester Refresher Course is not relevant to wastewater, and the 30th Annual Western OR Regional Water Environmental meeting is not relevant to wastewater, and the 2007 Evergreen Rural Water of WA Annual Conference is not relevant to wastewater.  Record shows license cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure, as CE will be required upon reinstatement.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2008-4      Licensee has a deficiency of 6 hours of regular CE for this audit period. R submitted a letter alleging to being told that no CEs were required for very small system operators and that no classes had ever been taken. Record shows the license has cancelled. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure as CE documentation will be required upon any reinstatement.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Keady, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2008-7      The audit shows that documentation of 8 hours of approved CE were submitted that were obtained outside this period. R submitted documentation that a scheduled class within the time period had been cancelled unexpectedly and R completed the next available class. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure with an advisory letter regarding the CE requirements.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Keady to close the case and send an advisory letter. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

I-WWP-2008-15     Licensee has a deficiency of 8 hours of BAT refresher CE for this audit period. Review revealed that incorrect dates had been audited and the documentation submitted confirmed compliance with the requirement. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to close the case. Seconded by Mr. Burnell, motion carried.

 

Break at 10:40 A.M.

Called to order at 10:55 A.M.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Mr. Hales explained to the Board that the period for public comments ended on September 24, 2008. The Bureau has received over 25 comments from individuals and cities regarding the proposed rules for the 2009 legislative session. Mr. Hales said a public hearing needs to be scheduled before November 14, 2008. After November 14, 2008 there is a moratorium period for rule making.

The Board will schedule a conference call after the hearing to discuss the comments and determine what action will be taken on the proposed rules.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

The Board discussed the correspondence received from Stephen Boorman, City of Bonners Ferry regarding application deadlines.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Keady for IBOL to respond to Mr. Boorman’s letter stating the rule regarding application deadlines and that upon receipt of the operator applications, they will be reviewed at the next scheduled meeting for the next available exam. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Villegas to break for lunch and return at 1:00 pm. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried

 

The meeting reconvened at 1:00 pm.

 

2009 EXAM DATES

 

Application Deadline

Board Meeting

Exam Date

Re-Exam Application Deadline

January 5, 2009

February 11, 2009

March 18, 2009

January 26, 2009

April 6, 2009

May 13, 2009

June 17, 2009

April 27, 2009

July 6, 2009

August 5, 2009

September 16, 2009

July 27, 2009

October 5, 2009

November 4, 2009

December 16, 2009

October 26, 2009

January 4, 2010

February 3, 2010

March 17, 2010

January 25, 2010

 

A motion was made by Mr. Keady to approve the proposed application deadlines, board meetings, and exam dates for 2009. Seconded by Mr. Hansen, motion carried.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

Mr. Hetrick presented to the Board a letter received regarding continuing education. The correspondence is in referenc to case number I-WWP-2007-4.

The Board discussed the issue and directed the Bureau to continue the consent order process.

 

ABC SURVEY

 

The ABC survey regarding experience has been put on the agenda for the next scheduled meeting.

 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST SECTION OF THE AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

 

The PNWS-AWWA  has formed a certification committee and has requested a representative from the Idaho, Oregon, and Washington certification boards to sit on this committee. The function of the committee will be to try and develop uniformity with licensing and certification between states in the water industry. Mr. Hansen and Mr. Burnell will contact Marla Carter, the Public Information and Education Manager for the City of Everett Public Works.

 

CONTRACT OPERATORS

 

Discussion regarding contract operators and licensure requirements will be put on the February 2009 agenda.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

A motion was made by Mr. Burnell to go into executive session to review the Backflow Assembly Tester exams and review applications for licensure and exam that are exempt from public disclosure per Idaho Code 67-2345 (1) (d). Seconded by Mr. Villegas. Votes were: Mr. Burnell, aye; Mr. Hansen, aye; Mr. Villegas, aye; Mr. Keady, aye; and Mr. Annen, aye. Motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to come out of executive session.  Seconded by Mr. Villegas. Votes were: Mr. Hansen, aye; Mr. Villegas, aye; Mr. Burnell, aye; Mr. Keady, aye; and Mr. Annen, aye. Motion carried.

 

The Board made the determination that the Backflow Assembly Tester exam questions were relevant to the profession, but they made a few notations for ABC to consider.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to approve 158 applications for licensure and  33 applications for examination; to deny seven applications and to put one application in pending. Seconded by Mr. Keady, motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Mr. Hansen to approve 173 continuing education applications. Seconded by Mr. Burnell, motion carried.

 

CE COURSES

 

APPROVED

 

360WATER, INC

            CLOSED CONDUIT HYDRAULICS - 0.1 - DW-WW

            OXYGEN MEASUREMENTS - 0.1 - WW

            PRETREATMENT REGULATIONS - 0.1 - WW

            SOLIDS ANALYSIS - 0.1 - WW

            WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT - 0.1 - WW

            LEADERSHIP AND HOW TO AFFECT CHANGE IN PUBLIC

            ORGANIZATIONS - 0.1 - DW-WW

            WASTEWATER 1 OPERATOR STUDY GUIDE - 0.1 - WW

            ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION - 0.1 - DW-WW

            WASTEWATER TREATMENT THEORY CLASS 1 - 0.1 - WW

            WASTEWATER TREATMENT THEORY CLASS 2 - 0.1 - WW

            WASTEWATER TREATMENT THEORY CLASS 3 - 0.1 - WW

            BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND AND CARBONACEOUS

BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN - 0.1 - WW

INTRODUCTORY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY - 0.1 - DW-WW

HOW TO PERFORM FECAL COLIFORM ANALYTICAL TEST FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT - 0.1 - WW

MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE - 0.1 - WW

MATH CLASS 1 - 0.1 - DW-WW

MATH CLASS 2 - 0.1 - WW

MATH CLASS 2 - ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT #1 - 0.1 - WW

MATH CLASS 3 - ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT #2 - 0.1 - WW

MATH CLASS 4 - ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT #2 - 0.1 - WW

LOCK OUT TAG OUT - THE CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY - 0.1 - DW-WW

TERMS AND EQUATIONS FOR MEMBRANE OPERATIONS - 0.1 - DW

INTRODUCTION TO MEMBRANE OPERATIONS FOR SMALL UTILITIES - 0.1 - DW

MEMBRANE UNIT OPERATORS - 0.1 - DW

SYSTEM DESIGN AND FLOW CONFIGURATIONS FOR MEMBRANE OPERATIONS - 0.1 - DW

UNITED STATES WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITY INDUSTRY - 0.1 - DW-WW

U.S. WTR & WWT UTILITY INDUSTRY - FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL CONTROL - 0.1 - DW-WW

BASIC SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS FOR THE WATER & DISTRIBUTION SYS OPERATOR - 0.1 - DW

CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL - 0.1 - DW

INTRODUCTION TO DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PIPING AND VALVING - 0.1 - DW

DRINKING WATER DISINFECTION - 0.1 - DW

DRINKING WATER ION EXCHANGE SOFTENING - 0.1 - DW

DRINKING WATER PRECIPITATION SOFTENING - 0.1 - DW

FUNDAMENTALS OF COAGULATION AND FLOCCULATION - 0.1 - DW

MEDIA FILTRATION FOR DRINKING WATER - 0.1 - DW

HAZARD COMMUNICATION TRAINING COURSE - 0.1 - DW

HOW TO PERFORM TOTAL COLIFORM ANALYTICAL TEST FOR DRINKING WATER - 0.1 - DW

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION - 0.1 - DW-WW

BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS - 0.1 - WW

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - 0.1 - DW-WW

TRICKLING FILTERS - 0.1 - WW

UNITED STATES WATER & WASTEWATER UTILITY INDUSTRY - FEDERAL, STATE - 0.1 - DW-WW

PROBLEMS CAUSED BY ROOTS IN SEWERS - 0.1 - WW

ACTIVATED SLUDGE - 0.1 - WW

 

BOISE CITY PUBLIC WORKS

            WASTEWATER JEOPARDY - 0.3 - WW

            INTRODUCTION TO THE WASTEWATER LABORATORY - 0.2 - WW

 

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

            BASICS OF LAGOONS - 0.6 - WW

 

CEU PLAN

            DECHLORINATION - GAS APPLICATION AND USAGE - 0.3 - DW-WW

            HAVE YOU SEEN THE LIGHT? INTRODUCTION TO UV 

            TECHNOLOGIES - 0.1 - DW-WW

            WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES - COMPLETE COURSE - 10 - DW

            WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES: FILTRATION - 0.2 - DW

            WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES: SETTLING AND

CLARIFICATION - 0.2 - DW

WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES: DISTILLATION - 0.2 - DW

WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES: ION EXCHANGE - 0.2 - DW

WATER TREATMENT TECHNIQUES: MEMBRANE SEPARATION - 0.2 - DW

TOXIC & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HANDLING PROCEDURES - 0.4 - DW-WW

UV DISINFECTION - SIZING A UV SYSTEM USING BIOASSAY DATA AND FACTORS AFFECTING OPERATIONS - 0.1 - DW-WW

HISTORY OF ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION - 0.1 - DW-WW

LEAD AND COPPER RULE - 0.1 - DW

ARSENIC - 0.1 - DW

OXIDATION REDUCTION POTENTIAL (ORP) INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT - 0.1 - DW-WW

PH INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT - 0.1 - DW-WW

BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR: COMPLETE COURSE - 0.4 - DW-WW

BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR: TRANSITION FROM CRAFTSMAN TO SUPERVISOR - 0.1 - DW-WW

BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR: EFFECTING SUPERVISORY COMMUNICATION - 0.1 - DW-WW

BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR: LEADERSHIP COACHING - 0.1 - DW-WW

BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR: DELEGATION/MOTIVATION - 0.1 - DW-WW

TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION: COMPLETE COURSE - 0.4 - DW-WW

TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION: OWNERSHIP OF EQUIPMENT - 0.1 - DW-WW

TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION: EQUIPMENT FAILURES AND HAZARDS - 0.1 - DW-WW

TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION: CHECKLISTS MEAN MORE THA A CHECKMARK - 0.1 - DW-WW

TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION: SOLUTIONS CAN BE HEALTHY - 0.1 - DW-WW

PARASITES - PART 2 - 0.2 - DW-WW

INTRODUCTION TO BASIC MICROBIOLOGY AND PARASITES - 0.6 - DW-WW

BASIC MICROBIOLOGY - PART 2 - 0.2 - DW-WW

FILAMENTIOUS BACTERIA INDENTIFICATION & PROCESS CONTROL - 0.1 - WW

INTRODUCTION TO WASTEWATER MICORBIOLOGY & PROCESS CONTROL - 0.1 - WW

COLLECTION SYSTEM: GETTING TO THE ROOT OF THE SEWER PROBLEM - 0.1 - WW

INTODUCTION TO BACKFLOW PREVENTION - 0.1 - DW-WW

WATERS JOURNEY: PART 1 - HIDDEN RIVERS - 0.1 - DW-WW

WATER SHORTAGE, REUSE, AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: THE ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA EXPERIENCE - 0.1 - DW-WW

WATERS JOURNEY: PART 2 - RIVER RETURNS - 0.1 - DW-WW

CORROSION CONTROL IN WATER AND WASTEWATER - 0.1 - DW-WW

FOG: FATS, OILS, AND GREASE - 0.4 - DW-WW

LABORATORY SAFETY: ELECTRICAL, FIRE, AND RADIATION SAFETY - 0.1 - DW-WW

 

INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE

            IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - DRINKING WATER

RULES UPDATE - 0.1 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - TRIBAL OPERATOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS - 0.05 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - SMALL WATER SYSTEM DISINFECTION - 0.05 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - CHEMICAL FEED PUMPS - 0.175 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - CHLORINE MATH AND CHLORINATIOON DEMONSTRATION - 0.15 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - PUMP AND MOTOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR - 0.225 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - CLASS FIELD TRIP - 0.4 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - CROSS CONNECTION AND BACKFLOW PREVENTION - 0.175 - DW

IHS WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR TRAINING - SAFETY: TRENCH, CONFINED SPACES, CHLORINE, AND LOCK-OUT TAG-OUT - 0.175 – DW

 

INTERMOUNTAIN SECTION OF THE AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

            AWWA - DEFENSIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM USING

ASSET  MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - MASTER PLANNING PLUS - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - DETECTION AMD MANAGEMENT OF MIB & GEOSMIN PRODUCING ALGA AT QUAL CREEK RESERVOIR - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - IMPLEMENTING AN EFFECTIVE UV ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESS - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA -  WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN CONSIDERING THE TRANSITION FROM CONVENTIONAL TO MEMBRANE WATER TREATMENT - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - FROM THE RESERVOIR TO YOUR RESIDENCE - A MULTI-BARRIER APPROACH TO PROTECT THE COMMUNITY FROM TASTE AND ODORS - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - THE REACTIVE ART & SCIENCE OF QUENCHING OZONE - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - COAGULATIOON-ASSISTED, HIGH-FLUX PRESURIZED MICROFILTRATION MEMBRANES FOR TOC REMOVAL - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - FINANCIAL PLANNING TO REDUCE THE PAIN OF USER RATE HIKES - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - HOW TO PREPARE A WATER SYSTEM BUDGET - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - COLLECTOR WELL DEVELOPES RIVERBANK FILTRATION WATER SUPPLY ALONG GREEN RIVER - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - MY WATER SYSTEM IS NOT APPROVED! HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REGULATIONS? - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - UV DISINFECTION OPERATIONAL AND MONITORING PROGRAM AT POMWTP - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - WHATS ON THE HORIZON FOR STAGE 2? - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - EVALUATING BULK HYPOCHLORITE VERSES HYPOCHLORITE GENERATED ON SITE FOR ECONOMICAL AND GREEN DISINFECTION TECHNOLOGIES - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - CASE STUDY: OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS RESULTING FROM THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONTAMINATION WARNING SYSTEM FOR GLENDALE, ARIZONA - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - SAFETY IN EXCAVATION - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - PREVENTING GLOBAL BOREDOM OR HOW TO OVERCOME JOB BOREDOM AND BURNOUT - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - PCPS AND THEIR IMPACT ON WATER AND WASTEWATER - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - HOW TO GET FUNDING FOR YOUR WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY FOR PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE CONDITION ASSESSMENT - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - MANAGING THE IMPACTS OF CONSERVATION AND FISCAL CONSTAINTS TO ENSURE THE FINANCIAL HEALTH OF YOUR UTILITY - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - PHARMACEUTICALS ANALYSIS IN DRINKING WATERS - ARE WE EVEN CLOSE TO "STANDARD METHODS?" - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - SPECIAL CHALLENGES & CONSTRAINTS - 20 MG STORAGE RESERVOIR AT UTAH VALLEY WTP - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - DESIGN AND TROUBLESHOOTING SERIAL/ETHERNET/IP WIRELESS SCADA SYSTEMS - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - UTAH LAKE MASTER PLAN PROJECT - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CENTRAL UTAH PROJECT - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - POMWTP STARTUP: PLAN, PLAN MORE, THEN HUG MURPHY WHEN HE ARRIVES - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - USE OF SOPHISTICATED NUMERICAL ANALYSES TO IMPROVE SEISMIC RELIABILITY OF A MAJOR WATER SYSTEM - 0.067 - DW

AWWA -PERFORMANCE OF WATER SUPPLY OPERATIONS MEASURED BY RELIABILITY AND MARGINAL COST - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - THRUST RESTRAINT DESIGN FOR DUCTILE IRON PIPE - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - DESIGN OF DUCTILE IRON PIPE ON SUPPORTS - 0.067 – DW

AWWA - JOINTS AND FITTINGS FOR DUCTILE IRON PIPE - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - MAPLETON SPRINGVILLE CANAL ENCLOSURE; DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION ISSUES - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - MASTER PLAN COST ESTIMATING: THE PRICE IS RIGHT? OR ARE YOU ON THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE? - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - BENEFITS OF INCORPORATING PLANNING AND ASSET MANAGEMENT TO A DESIGN PROJECT - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - IS YOUR WATER SYSTEM ON SHAKY GROUND? THE CUWCD PLANNING SOLUTION - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - UTAH COUNTYS BEST KEPT SECRET JUST GOT BETTER - ELK RIDGE CITY INCREASES CAPACITY OF THEIR CULINARY WATER SYSTEM - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - INNOVATIVE METHODS TO ENCOURAGE WATER CONSERVATION OR "WHY SHOULD I CONSERVE?" - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - GHG EMISSION INVENTORY AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY GUIDANCE FOR WATER UTILITIES - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - RECENT ADVANCES IN DROUGHT PLANNING - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - COST SAVINGS USING PERISTALTIC METERING AND ABRASIVES PUMPS - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - HIGH PERFORMANCE PR4710 FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSMISSION - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - TOC/DPB PRECURSOR REMOVAL USING GAC OR ION EXCHANGE - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - PIPELINE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE - 0.067 - DW-WW

AWWA - ARSENIC AND PERCHLORATE REMOVAL USING EDR MEMBRANE SYSTEM WITH BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CONCENTRATE STREAM AT MAGNAS BARTON WELLFIELD WTP - 0.067 - DW

AWWA - UV: DISINFECTION FOR THE FUTURE!! NOW SHOWING AT YOUR LOCAL WTP - 0.067 - DW-WW

 

IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY

            LOCKOUT AND TAGOUT - 0.8 - DW-WW

            CROSS CONTROL CONNECTION - 0.6 - DW-BAT

            MEDIC FIRST AID - 0.8 - DW-WW

            RESPIRATOR TRAINING - 0.4 - DW-WW

            CONFINED SPACE - 0.4 - DW-WW

            HAZWOPER (HAZARDOUS MATERIALS) - 0.8 - DW-WW     

 

IDAHO RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION

            LOCATING BURIED UTILITIES – 0.8 – DW-WW

 

APPLICATIONS

    

Approved for Licensure

            ASPEYTIA ARMANDO                                DWD1-16448

            BALLING JOHN                                            WWC1-16427

            BARTLETT RANDY W                                 DWT1-16399

            BODNAR JAMES A                                     DWT1-16437

            BUYS DOUGLAS RAY                                WWC1-16549

            BUYS DOUGLAS RAY                                WWT1-16548

            CALLAGHAN CALEB RAY                         DWD1-16442

            CAREY JOSEPH LYNN                               WWT1-16576

            ERICKSON JAMES DAVID                        WWC1-16466

            FELTON JARED JENNINGS                      DWD1-16559

            GILBERT TOM A                                          WWC1-16402

            GROSS CHARLES                                      DWT1-16587

            GRUSSLING ROBIN                                    BAT-16406

            HOLDSCLAW SHAWN                               DWD1-16561

            JOHNSON SAM DAVID                              DWD3-16354

            JOHNSON SAM DAVID                              DWT1-16355

            KORTHALS MARK DOUGLAS                  DWD1-16411

            KOSANKE DEREK                                      BAT-16424

            LOOP CHRISTOPHER EUGENE              WWC1-16588

            MORRIS BRENDA LEE                              WWT1-16412

            MORRIS LAWRENCE MICHAEL               DWD1-16409

            MORRIS LAWRENCE MICHAEL               WWC1-16410

            MUMMERT MICKEY D                                WWT1-16528

            NAJERA ARTURO CANDELARIO            DWD1-16560

            RANDOLPH DAVID SCOTT                       DWT4-16418

            RANDOLPH DAVID SCOTT                       WWT2-16417

            RIGBY STEVEN LEE                                   WWC1-16414

            RITCH GERALD C                                       WWT1-16580

            SEWARD CHRIS                                         WWC1-16585

            SMITH LORI LEE                                          WWT4-16397

            VAN KIRK ROBERT CRAIG                       DWT1-16578

            VANDERHOOF CHRIS D                           BAT-16385

            WEISHAAR GEOFFREY SCOTT              WWC1-16440

 

Approved for Exam

            AGUILAR DELORIS A                                 WWT1

            AMBRIZ JOSE LUIS                                     WWT1

            ANDERSON ROBERT L                             WWC2

            ARGELAN FRED                                         WWC2

            BALER ZANE M                                           DWDOIT

            BALIS MARVIN COLE                                 DWD2

            BELCHER JOSEPH L                                 DWT4

            BEQUEATH CODY WAYNE                       DWD1

            BERGSTROM DOUG D                              DWD2

            BILLETT SEAN MICHAEL                          DWD1

            BLICKFELDT JERRY LYNN                       WWC2

            BLOXHAM JUSTIN D                                  WWT1

            BROWN M DAVID                                        DWD1

            BUCK SUSIE H                                            WWT1

            BUTIGAN SCOTT DOUGLAS                    WWT1

            BYBEE CHARLES L                                    WWC3

            CANOY PHILLIP WARREN                         DWDOIT

            CHIVERS TIMOTHY G                                 BAT

            CHRISTENSEN NICKOLAS TOD              DWDVSWS

            COLEMAN KENNETH BEN                       DWDOIT

            CREVISTON GREGORY S                         WWC3

            CROSLAND JAMES ALLEN                      WWC1

            DANES JACOB                                            BAT

            DAVIS SCOTT                                              DWDOIT

            DAWSON ALEXANDER NICHOLAS        WWTOIT

            DE LOS REYES MANUEL J                       DWD1

            DELANEY JOHNNY LYNN                          WWTOIT

            DIBBLE REESE F                                        DWD3

            DIEHL LEVI                                                   DWD2

            DUNCAN LARRY LEE                                 WWC1

            DUNN MARSHALL JAMES                        WWT2

            EASTMAN LUKE A                                      WWT2

            EDDINGS JOSEPH JAMES                       DWDOIT

            EVANS BRUCE K                                        DWT2

            FAULKNER DAVID CHARLES                  WWC1

            FAULKNER DAVID CHARLES                  WWTL

            FEARHELLER MARILEE ANN                  WWT1

            FENSKE CHRISTINA MARIE                     WWC2

            FINEGAN-KELLY JANET M                        WWL4

            FISHER RONALD RAY                                WWC1

            FISHER RONALD RAY                                WWTL

            FLORES GILBERT G                                   WWC2

            FOLEY GREGORY C                                   DWD3

            FRANK JEFFERY W                                   DWD2

            FRITZSCHE JAMES R                                DWT1

            GARRETT GAYLEN                                     WWTLA

            GOURLEY TRAVIS SCOTT                        WWT1

            GRANT MICHAEL RAY                               DWD1

            GRIFFITH CARL JOSEPH                          WWTOIT

            HALL AMBER E                                           WWT3

            HARRISON ERIC A                                      BAT

            HARTMAN JESSE J                                    WWT3

            HASSELSTROM SCOTT J                         WWCOIT

            HEIDT JOSEPH A                                        WWT3

            HENRY JD                                                     DWD2

            HILLS MICHAEL RAY                                  DWTOIT

            HOSKINS PAT J                                           DWD3

            HOWE DUSTIN MICHAEL                          WWTOIT

            HUTTEN NEIL C                                           DWD1

            JARVIS LUPE M                                           WWL2

            JOHNSON SAM DAVID                              WWCOIT

            JOHNSON JOHN MICHAEL                       WWC2

            JOHNSON JOSHUA                                    BAT

            JONES PAUL DRAKE                                WWCOIT

            JORDE RONALD MICHAEL                       WWT1

            JOYCE DAVID C                                          WWT4

            KERN DANNY                                               WWCOIT

            KOSKI ANGIE                                               WWL1

            KOSSOW CHRIS D                                     DWT1

            KUNTZ KERWIN R                                       DWT2

            LAIRD BRETT A                                           WWT1

            LANDALUCE SABIN                                   WWC2

            LANGFORD JASON A                                DWT1

            LANGLEY JEREMY J                                  WWTLA

            LARSEN HOWARD JOSEPH                    WWTOIT

            LEONARD THEODORE ANDREW           DWD2

            LEWIS ERNIE LYNN                                    DWDOIT

            LOWE DAVID LESLIE                                 WWT2

            LOWRY SHANE W                                       WWTLA

            MACCONNEL MICHAEL JEFFREY          WWTLA

            MANSFIELD LARRY S                                WWT4

            MARTINEZ ARMANDO RAUL                    WWL2

            MATNEY WILLIAM D                                   WWC1

            MAYNE WILLIAM JOSHUA                         DWD2

            MCBURNEY TED LEE                                WWTOIT

            MCBURNEY TED LEE                                WWCOIT

            MCMAHON RODNEY RAY                         DWT1

            MENDIVE TERRELL NICHOLAS             DWDOIT

            MESSIER DANIEL JAMES                         WWC2

            MESSIER DANIEL JAMES                         DWD1

            MILLER PAUL A                                           WWL4

            MILLER ROBERT OSCAR                         WWC1

            MITTELSTEDT DEBORAH F                     WWT3

            MOORE JAMES PAUL                               WWCOIT

            MOORE JAMES PAUL                               WWTOIT

            MOULTON ELAINE                                      WWT1

            MUMMERT MICKEY D                                WWTLA

            MUNSON KIM EUGENE                             WWT1

            MURILLO MICHAEL WAYNE                     DWD2

            NEWMAN JUDY C                                       DWDVSWS

            NUNEZ ARTURO                                          DWD1

            PACKARD KELLY                                       WWTOIT

            PAGE CHARLES R                                     DWD2

            PERRY DONALD M                                     WWTOIT

            PESIKAN MATTHEW D                              DWD2

            PETERSON ADAM JUDD                          DWD1

            PETTIBONE MARVIN JACK                       DWDVSWS

            PHAM DUOC V                                            WWT3

            PINA ISIDRO                                                 WWC2

            POELSTRA GARRETT A                            DWT2

            RENFRO BRAD                                           DWD2

            RICE LYNDON P                                          DWT4

            RICHARDS DAVID P                                   DWD4

            RICHERSON STEVEN ALLEN                  DWDVSWS

            RICHERSON STEVEN ALLEN                  WWC1

            RUCKER STACEY L                                   BAT

            RUNYON CHRISTINA M                              WWCOIT

            RYAN PATRICK JOHN                                DWDVSWS

            SAVAGE JAMES LEE                                WWT1

            SCHMELZER MARCIA A                            WWL4

            SCHMILLEN ROBERT MATTHEW            WWT2

            SCHROEDER JEFFERY DEAN                WWT2

            SEWARD CHRIS                                         WWT1

            SMITH LEONARD LEE                               WWC2

            STEPP LEON CLIFFORD                          DWDOIT

            STEPP LEON CLIFFORD                          DWTOIT

            STEPP LEON CLIFFORD                          WWTOIT

            STEPP LEON CLIFFORD                          WWCOIT

            STOCK WILLIAM D                                     WWTOIT

            STONE JAMES B                                        WWC3

            STONE KEVIN ALLAN                                DWD1

            STREET GLEN ANDREW                          DWD2

            STUART STACY L                                       DWD1

            TEAL MARY L                                               WWT3

            TURNER RICK EVAN                                  DWD2

            VAN KIRK ROBERT CRAIG                       WWTOIT

            VAUGHN TROY                                            DWTOIT

            VERT JEFFERY T                                        WWTLA

            WAROFKA JOHN B                                     DWDVSWS

            WEISHAAR GEOFFREY SCOTT              DWDOIT

            WELLS GINGER LYNN                               DWDOIT

            WESTBURG CHRISTOPHER A                DWD1

            WHITE BRAD J                                             DWD3

            WHITE JEFFERY                                         WWC1

            WICKHAM BRENDA D                               WWL3

            WILKERSON TIM D                                     DWD2

            WILLIAMS JAMES                                       BAT

            WILLIAMS BRIAN A                                     WWT4

            WILLIE KELLY D                                          WWTLA

            WILSON RONALD L                                    DWD2

            WILSON JOHN CHARLES                         DWDOIT

            WILT JR CARLTON JOSEPH                     WWL1

            WOOD CHRISTOPHER DAVID                 DWT2

            WOODARD BRIAN IRLE                             WWT2

            WOODLAND KYLE W                                 WWT3

            WORLEY CHAD BYRON                            WWT1

            ZWIEBEL MICHAEL L                                 WWT2

 

 Denied

            ARMSTRONG COLBY JAMES

            ASKEW JAMES MICHAEL

            BRIAND JOHN FRANCIS

            JOHNS PHILIP NOEL

            ROMINE DARRELL

            TARIO MARIAN ROSE

     

  Pending

VAUGHN TROY

 

A motion was made by Mr. Annen to adjourn the meeting at 3:50 pm. Seconded by Mr. Keady, motion carried.

 

The next meeting will be scheduled after the public hearing date has been determined.