Bureau of Occupational Licenses
700 West State Street, P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0063
Dion W Holton
Marcie McGinty, Appeals Hearing Coordinator
Karl Klein, Administrative Attorney
Mary Miles, Technical Records Specialist I
OTHERS PRESENT: Lynn Tominaga, Idaho Water Policy Group
Sims, City of
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
A motion was made by Mr. Dees to approve the May 5, 2010 minutes as amended. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
Ms. Cory presented the legislative report. The Board does not have any law or rule changes for the 2011 Legislative session.
Ms. Hall gave the financial report. This report is available on the website. As of 7/31/2010 the Board has $16,228.46 in expenditures with a cash balance of $473,349.81.
FY 2012 CONTRACT
Ms. Hall presented to the Board the FY 2011 Annual Contract.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen to approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign the FY 2011 Contract. Seconded by Mr. Annen, motion carried.
Ms. McGinty presented the investigative report to the Board members.
For Board Determination:
I-WWP-2010-24 Respondent initially provided documentation of CE outside the renewal period but subsequently provided documentation verifying completion of appropriate CE to allow carryover to the renewal period. IBOL recommends the Board authorize closure.
A motion was made by Mr. Dees to authorize closure of case I-WWP-2010-24. Seconded by Mr. Wilder, motion carried.
FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW AND FINAL ORDER
Ms. McGinty presented the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Final Order, Case number WWP-2010-52 to the Board members.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to approve the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Final Order for case WWP-2010-52 and to allow the Board Chair to sign. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
APPLICATION REVIEW PROCESS
A motion was made by Mr. Dees to authorize the Bureau to approve the Operator-in-Training applications for exam once the requirements have been met. Seconded by Mr. Annen, motion carried.
ELECTION OF BOARD CHAIR
A motion was made by Mr. Annen to nominate and elect Mr. Villegas as Board Chair. Seconded by Mr. Dees, motion carried.
PLAQUES FOR PAST MEMBERS
A motion was made by Mr.
Nielsen to approve the purchase of plaques for Bill Thompson and
2011 BOARD MEETING AND EXAM DATES
The application deadlines, Board meetings, and exam dates schedule was presented to the Board members.
A motion was made to approve the 2011 Board meeting and exam dates. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
The Board reviewed and discussed the correspondence received from Malcolm Dymkoski, Attorney at Law representing Robert C. Turnipseed.
A motion was made by Mr. Dees to direct Mr. Klein to draft a response letter and to remove the GP from the license. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
The Board reviewed and discussed the correspondence received from The City of Bonners Ferry regarding the licensing rules and education required for a Class III license.
Discussion was held on forming a sub-committee to review the laws and rules regarding licensure requirements.
The Board reviewed and discussed the correspondence from Shelly Hammons, Idaho Rural Water Association.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to direct the Bureau to draft a letter in response to Idaho Rural Water Association on Rule 010.05 governing direct responsible charge. Seconded by Mr. Dees, motion carried.
Mr. Wilder recused himself from discussion of the correspondence from BAT & Supply LLC.
Mr. Nielsen discussed the potential impact of EPA changes with the Board members if the licensure rules are changed. He will put together the information and send it to the Board secretary to send to the sub-committee.
The Board reviewed and discussed the correspondence from Leslie Wilder, BAT & Supply LLC.
Break: 11:15 – 11:25
The Board reviewed and
discussed the correspondence from Janet Finegan-Kelly, City of
The Board reviewed and
discussed the correspondence from Karen Griffin, City of
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to form a sub-committee consisting of Mr. Dees, Mr. Annen, and Mr. Holton to research the experience and education rules for licensure for discussion at the next board meeting. Interested parties will be invited to participate after the initial review.
Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to adjourn for lunch at 12:00 and return at 12:30. Seconded by Mr. Dees, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen that the Board go into executive session under Idaho Code § 67-2345(1) (d) to consider records that are exempt from disclosure under the Idaho Public Records Law. The purpose of the executive session was to consider license application materials. Seconded by Mr. Dees. The vote was: Mr. Nielsen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Annen, aye; Mr. Dees, aye, Mr. Villegas, aye; and Mr. Wilder, aye, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to come out of executive session. Seconded by Mr. Wilder. The vote was: Mr. Nielsen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Annen, aye; Mr. Dees, aye, Mr. Villegas, aye; and Mr. Wilder, aye, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to deny Karen Griffin’s refund request. Seconded by Mr. Wilder, motion carried.
The Board reviewed the documentation received from Tom Andres regarding his Drinking Water Distribution Very Small Water System license.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen to reissue a Drinking Water Distribution – Class I – Grandparent license to Mr. Andres as requested and supported by documentation. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to approve 17 applications for licensure and 76 applications for examination. Four applications were denied and two applications were held for receipt of additional information. Seconded by Mr. Annen, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to approve 122 Continuing Education courses and 17 were denied. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
AWWA - PNWS
EMERGING WATERBORNE PATHOGENS
DECHLORINATION: GAS APPLICATION AND USAGE
HAVE YOU SEEN THE LIGHT? INTRODUCTION TO UV TECHNOLOGIES
WTT: SETTLING AND CLARIFICATION
WT: ION EXCHANGE
WTT: MEMBRANE SEPARATION
TOXIC & HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLING PROCEDURES
UV DISINFECTION - SIZING OF UV SYSTEM USING BIOASSAY
HISTORY OF ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION
LEAD AND COPPER RULE
ORP INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT
PH INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT
BFCS: TRANSITION FROM CRAFTSMAN TO SUPERVISOR
BFCS: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISORY COMMUNICATION
BFCS: LEADERSHIP / COACHING
BCFS: DELEGATION / MOTIVATION
TREATMENT PLANT MAINTENANCE AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION
TPMAP: OWNERSHIP OF EQUIPMENT
TPMAP: EQUIPMENT FAILURES AND HAZARDS
TPMAP: CHECKLISTS MEAN MORE THAN A CHECKMARK
TPMAP: SOLUTIONS CAN BE HEALTHY
PARASITES, PART 2
INTRODUCTION TO BASIC MICROBIOLOGY AND PARASITES
BASIC MICROBIOLOGY, PART 2
FILAMENTIOUS BACTERIA INDENTIFICATION & PROCESS CONTROL
INTRODUCTION TO WASTEWATER MICROBIOLOGY & PROCESS
COLLECTION SYSTEM: GETTING TO THE ROOT OF THE SEWER
INTRODUCTION TO BACKFLOW PREVENTION
WATERS JOURNEY: PART 1 - HIDDEN RIVERS
WATER SHORTAGE, REUSE, AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: THE ST.
WATERS JOURNEY: PART 2 - RIVER RETURNS
FOG: FATS, OILS, AND GREASE
LABORATORY SAFETY: ELECTRICAL, FIRE, AND RADIATION SAFETY
AMERICAN RED CROSS ADULT CPR/AED/FIRST AID
MEMBRANE FILTER BACTERIAL ANALYSIS
MULTIPLE TUBE FERMENTATION BACTERIAL ANALYSIS WITH HANDS
MULTIPLE TUBE FERMENTATION BACTERIAL ANALYSIS
PRETREATMENT FACILITY INSPECTION TRAINING VIDEOS
PRETREATMENT FACILITY INSPECTION
DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING LOCAL LIMITS AND CONDUCTING
GROUND WATER AND SOURCE WATER VULNERABILITY AND RISKS IN
WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION - SESSION 2
DRINKING WATER PROTECTION FOR DRINKING WATER OPERATORS
- SESSION 3
SOURCE WATER PROTECTION THROUGH COMP RULES - SESSION 4
CHEMICAL SAFETY MODULE
FIRST AID MODULE
FIELD EQUIPMENT MODULE I
FIELD EQUIPMENT MODULE II
TOOL SAFETY MODULE
ELEVATED WORK MODULE
TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY MODULE
FIELD OPERATIONS SAFETY MODULE I
FIELD OPERATIONS SAFETY MODULE II
FIELD OPERATIONS SAFETY MODULE III
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT MODULE
ELECTRICAL SAFETY MODULE
GENERAL SAFETY MODULE I
WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATIONS SAFETY MODULE
SECURITY AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS MODULE
CONFINED SPACE REVIEW
EXCAVATION SAFETY COMPETENT PERSON REVIEW
DAY 1 - LAGOON TROUBLESHOOTING
DAY 2 - LAGOON TROUBLESHOOTING
VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES
BASIC CROSS CONNECTION
BASIC CROSS CONNECTION & HANDS ON
NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN RESIDENTIAL WATER METERS
THE SCIENCE OF MIXING AND MAINTAINING WATER QUALITY IN
TOOLS TO MAKE ASSET MANAGEMENT EASIER
INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE AND EPA REGION 10 DRINKING WATER UNIT
INTRODUCTION TO COURSE CONCEPTS, OVERVIEW
TYPES OF PUMPS AND HOW THEY WORK
SAFETY LECTURE AND PUMP DIASSEMBLY EXERCISE #1
TYPES OF MOTORS AND HOW THEY WORK
HYDRAULICS FOR WATERWORKS OPERATORS
HYDRALIC SIMULATION AND DISCUSSION
PUMP PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AT WORK
PUMP AND MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING LECTURE
PUMP AND MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING EXERCISE
SINGLE PHASE CONTROL BOX TROUBLESHOOTING/REPAIR
SDWA MONITORING AND REPORTING 101
SDWA MONITORING AND REPORTING 101 (CONT)
ELECTRICAL CONTROLS THEORY AND OPERATION
WATER SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
INTERMOUNTAIN SECTION OF THE AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
RAMCAP PLUS: A PROCESS TO REDUCE RISK AND INCREASE
STRUCTURAL WATER MAIN REHABILITATION INSULIFORM
WATER SECTOR RAMCAP STANDARD FOR RISH & RESILIENCY
AWWAS G-200 STANDARDS FOR DISTRIBUTION IMPROVING YOUR
UNDERSTANDING CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
WATER UTILITIES AND LARGE SACE DIASTERS: WHAT DO WE KNOW?
TURBOCHARGING PUMPING STATION
COAGULATION-ASSISTED MEMBRANE FILTRATION FOR GROUND
WATER AND SURFACE WATER TREATMENT
WELL CASTING MAINTENANCE
THE IMPORTANCE OF OPERATOR MANUALS
TO CELEBRATE! UV APPROVED AS A PRIMARY DISINFECTANT
PUMPING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
DEVELOPING A CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM
OZONE SLIDE STREAM INJECTION: SOLVING START-UP PROBLEMS
USING UNDERWATER VIDEO & ENGINEERING CREATIVITY
IRON BACTERIA AND BIOFOULING IN WELLS. DIAGNOSIS AND
MAINTENANCE IDEAS TO HELP YOUR WELLS AVOID A "LIFE OF
A WARNING IN EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO WATER UTILITIES!
ACHIEVABLE POWER CONSERVATION ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET
HOW DO WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES WORK WITH OTHER
AGENCIES IN AN EMERGENCY? VACATIONS DO NOT COUNT!
THE EMERGING PRACTICE OF LEAK DETECTION AND STANDARD TESTING ALLOWANCES
DBIY - A COST SAVING APPROACH TO FILTER REHABILITATION.
WATER SUPPLY DIVERSIFICATION: KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR KEARNS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
CAN I SQUEEZE LEMONADE FROM MY SOUR WELL?
CELEBRATE WATER THROUGH WATER FAIRS
OUTSIDE THE TRENCH - TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDIES IN
PREPARING FOR DISASTER: WHAT UTILITIES NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EMERGENCY WATER SUPPLY
USING BENCHTOP ZETA METER TO ASSIST WITH PILOTING CHALLENGING WATER
SAFETY OF CHLORINE GAS - A FRESH PERSPECTIVE
IT IS 2010, IS YOUR WATER UTILITY READY FOR CFATS?
NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE WATER TREATMENT TOOLBOX
KELLER ASSOCIATES, INC
WATER METERS - SELECTING THE APPROPRIATE TOOL
TRUCK/TRAILER JET RODDING AND NOZZLE APPLICATION
BECOMING A FIRST CLASS SUPERVISOR - COMPLETE COURSE
SHOP SAFETY MODULE
GENERAL SAFETY MODULE II
INTERMOUNTAIN SECTION OF THE AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
INCREASING PLANT EFFICIENCY THRU SLUICE GATE
DELIVERING A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT PLANT
USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO COMMUNICATE IN TIMES OF CRISIS:
WHAT TO SAY TO STAFF, THE PUBLIC, AND THE MEDIA
SIX YEARS LATER: A LOOK BACK AT THE FIRST ZEEWEED 1000 MEMBRANE WTP RETROFIT IN THE UNITED STATES
ENERGY SAVINGS PAY FOR INNOVATIVE CAMPUS CHILLED WATER SYSTEM USING OFF-PEAK COOLING AND CHILLED WATER STORAGE
TOGETHER, RIGHT NOW, THE
SUCCESSION PLANNING: WHOS GONNA TAKE MY PLACE?
WATER SYSTEM OPERATION OPTIMIZATION: IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT CASE STUDY
INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MAGEMENT - A CREATIVE APPROACH TO CAPITAL PLANNING STRATEGIES
MEETING YOUR FUTURE CAPITAL NEEDS: MARKET UPDATE WITH FINANCING OPTIONS
IMPACT FEE REGULATIONS IN
GROUND WATER RULE
Approved for Licensure
ACUFF KEN WWPA-17670
CARPENTER BEN JAMES WWPA-17624
CHAMBERS LONNIE RAY WWPA-17676
FORD GEORGE T WWPA-17620
JARBOE JONATHAN G WWPA-17584
LORD KIM ERIC WWPA-17626
LORD KIM ERIC WWPA-17625
NULF CARL WWPA-17638
PEARSON GLEN C WWPA-17615
PINT DANNY J WWPA-17679
RABEN FRED WWPA-17673
Approved for Exam
ANGENY ROY - WWTOIT
BALL LAURELEI ROSE - WWT2
BALL LAURELEI ROSE - WWL3
BALLENTINE JAMES EDWARD - WWT4
BARLEY STEPHANIE LEE - WWT1
BILLMAN RICKY ALLEN - DWT1
BRANSCOME MARC ANTHONY - WWT1
BROWN JON MARC - WWC2
BURKEY JANET A - DWT1
CALLAGHAN CALEB RAY - DWT2
CHAMBERS LONNIE RAY - WWC1
CHILDS PAUL - WWT1
CHISHAM ANTONIO DAVID GEORGE - WWC1
CLEMENS M BRENDAN - WWTOIT
COBBS TYSON VIRGIL - DWD1
COOPER DENNIS MAX - WWTOIT
CORTEZ JR PETE - WWT3
DAVIDSON JAMES R - WWL1
ELLSWORTH KIMBERLY KAYE - WWL1
EMCH SCOTT RAYMOND - DWDOIT
FEY JAMES BRIAN - DWT1
FLESHER MICHAEL T - DWD4
GABEL JOSHUA LEE - DWD4
GIOVE CODY JOSEPH - WWC1
GIVENS ERIC - WWTOIT
GONZALES DOUGLAS JOE - WWC2
GRANT MICHAEL RAY - WWT3
GREEN BRADLY GEORGE - DWD1
GREEN CRYSTAL ROCHELLE - WWCOIT
HARTSOCK ROBERT D - DWTOIT
HERNANDEZ MIGUEL A - WWC1
HOLTHAUS EDWARD J - DWD1
HOVEY N SCOTT - DWDOIT
HOWELL JEREMY J - WWC1
HUSS LYNN DEE - WWC2
JOHNSON RULON K - WWT1
KENNEDY TOBBY RAYMOND - WWTOIT
KINNEY BENJAMIN R - WWT2
LETHLEAN SHAD BRIAN - WWT2
LYCAN JUSTIN A - DWT2
MAREK CASEY – DWT1
MCAULIFFE ANNE B - WWT4
MCCAFFREY RONALD WAYNE - WWT2
MCCOY MELISSA ANN - DWDOIT
MCDANIEL CHRISTINE M - WWT1
MESSIER DANIEL JAMES - WWC3
MILLER SHANE D - DWD1
MITTELSTEDT DEBORAH F - WWT3
MITTON JARED R - DWD1
MOHLER JOSEPH KURT - DWDOIT
MUFFLER JOSEPH R - WWT1
NULF CARL - WWT1
ORNELAS GUSTAVO DAVID – DWD1
POLSON CODY JOHN - WWT1
SCHMIDT COLIN J - WWC3
SCHRUM STEVEN SINCLAIR - DWTOIT
SCHRUM STEVEN SINCLAIR - DWDOIT
SCHRUM STEVEN SINCLAIR - WWTOIT
SCHRUM STEVEN SINCLAIR - WWCOIT
SHENK MICHAEL DAVID - WWT1
SMEDSHAMMER DRU - WWTOIT
SMITH DARIN M - WWC1
STONE KEVIN ALLAN - DWT1
SWANSTROM TODD J - WWT1
TAYLOR MICHAEL R - WWTOIT
WARD CHRISTOPHER M - WWT1
WEIDEN WILLIAM T - WWT4
WENTZ KARIN A - DWDVSWS
WETZEL JAMES R - WWCOIT
ZIMMERMAN ANDREW L - WWT4
ALLEN AUSTIN JOHN
BIVENS ROBERT H
MOHLER JOSEPH KURT
NEXT MEETING November 3, 2010
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to adjourn the meeting at 4:30 PM. Seconded by Mr. Annen, motion carried.
Victor Villegas, Chair Larry Annen
Richard Dees Dion Holton
Allen Wilder Barry N. Burnell