Bureau of Occupational Licenses
700 West State Street, P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0063
Allen G. Wilder
Dion W. Holton
Barry N. Burnell
John R. Lee
Jack V. Bennion
Dawn Hall, Administrative Support Manager
Lori Peel, Investigative Unit Manager
Cherie Simpson, Management Assistant
Maurie Ellsworth, Legal Counsel
Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney
OTHERS PRESENT: Laurelei Ball, City of Meridian
Josh Gabel, City of Meridian
Dennis Teller, City of Meridian
Tiffany Floyd, City of Meridian
Janet Finegan-Kelly, City of Boise
Lynn Tominaga, Idaho Water Policy Group
Shelley Roberts, Idaho Rural Water Association
Mark Larson, Idaho State Fire Marshall
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
A motion was made by Mr. Annen to approve the minutes of 5/5/2011 and 5/16/2011. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
Ms. Cory presented the Legislative report to the Board members. Mr. Ellsworth, the Bureau’s legal counsel, was introduced to the Board members. Ms. Cory informed the Board that the Bureau has a new investigator for the Twin Falls area.
Ms. Cory presented the financial report to members of the Board, which showed
a cash balance of $466,542.44 with revenues of $16,594.00 and expenditures of $11,028.59 as of 7/31/2011. The Bureau will be implementing system upgrades within the next year and the expense will distributed to all boards.
FY 2012 CONTRACT RENEWAL
Ms. Cory presented the FY 2012 Contract Renewal to the Board members.
A motion was made Mr. Wilder to authorize the Board Chair to sign the FY 2012 Contract Renewal. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
Mr. Hales presented Memorandums to the Board members.
WWP-2010-1: A motion was made by Mr. Annen to close the case with a warning letter. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
WWP-2010-53: The Board directed Mr. Hales to file a Formal Complaint.
WWP-2011-6: The Board authorized Mr. Hales to offer a Stipulation. If the Respondent rejects the Stipulation, then a Formal Complaint can be filed.
WWP-2011-11: The Board directed Mr. Hales to file a Formal Complaint.
STIPULATION AND CONSENT ORDER
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign the Stipulation and Consent Order for cases WWP-2011-1, WWP-13, WWP-2011-14. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
Ms. Peel presented the investigative report to the Board members.
For Board Determination:
A motion was made by Mr. Annen to authorize closure of case number I-WWP-2009-62. Seconded by Mr. Wilder, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen to accept and authorize the Board Chair to sign the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Final Order for case number WWP-2011-12. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
DRAFT PROPOSED RULES
Mr. Villegas welcomed the audience and informed them that if they would like to address the Board, that they would be limited to 10 minutes.
Mr. Hales informed the Board that the draft proposed rules would need to be submitted by the third week of August, they would be published in October for formal public comments. In November, the proposed rules are in moratorium and no changes can be made. They would then go to the Legislature for approval.
Mr. Hales reviewed the letters that had been received in regard to the draft proposed rules. He outlined the main concerns of each letter:
BREAK 10:00 – 10:15 AM
Tiffany Floyd from The City of Meridian addressed the Board regarding the draft proposed rules.
Lynn Tominaga from Idaho Water Policy Group addressed the Board regarding the draft proposed rules.
Janet Finegan-Kelly from The City of Boise addressed the Board regarding the draft proposed rules.
Mr. Hales reviewed the draft proposed rules with the Board members. A discussion was held regarding the following issues:
The Board decided to leave the 50% mandatory education and substitution language as is in the draft proposed rules.
The Board decided to leave the relevancy language as is in the draft proposed rules.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder for Mr. Hales to make approved changes in the draft proposed rules. The Board directed him to research laboratory experience and prepare possible variations of the draft proposed rule for the Board to consider. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to table the grandfather licenses discussion until the next regular meeting. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DRINKING WATER ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Mr. Nielsen presented the opportunity for one Board member to participate on the DEQ Drinking Water Advisory Committee. The Board member would be speaking on behalf of the Board. Mr. Wilder and Mr. Lee both volunteered for the position.
A motion was made by Mr. Annen to recommend both Mr. Wilder and Mr. Lee for the DEQ Drinking Water Advisory Committee and the DEQ Director will choose who will be on the committee. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF CERTIFICATION SURVEY
The Board discussed the ABC survey regarding issuing continuing education credit for future ABC examination development related activities.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton that ABC would need to go through the CE approval process in order for the Board to approve any CEUs. Seconded by Mr. Wilder, motion carried. Mr. Annen voted nay.
Mr. Nielsen recused himself from the vote.
LUNCH: 1:15 – 1:40 PM
BAT’S ON FIRE SUPPRESSION
A discussion was held regarding Backflow Assembly Testers testing fire sprinkler systems. Mr. Larson, the Idaho State Fire Marshall, explained to the Board the differences between the two. It was determined that Ms. Cory will contact the Department of Insurance, DEQ, and the Division of Building Safety to see if they would be interested in discussions regarding the issue.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder 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. It was seconded by Annen. The vote was: Mr. Wilder, aye; Annen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Nielsen; aye, Mr. Lee; aye, Mr. Bennion, aye; and Mr.Villegas, aye. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen to come out of executive session. Seconded by Mr. Holton. The vote was: Mr. Wilder, aye; Annen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Nielsen; aye, Mr. Lee; aye, Mr. Bennion, aye; and Mr.Villegas, aye. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen in response to the correspondence from Edward Madson. Mr. Madson’s license will be reinstated and issued with the following conditions:
Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
ELECTION OF BOARD CHAIR
A motion was made by Mr. Annen to nominate and elect Mr. Villegas as the Board Chair for FY 2012. Seconded by Mr. Nielsen, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Nielsen to nominate and elect Mr. Wilder as the Vice Chair for FY 2012. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder 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. Bennion. The vote was: Mr. Wilder, aye; Annen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Nielsen; aye, Mr. Lee; aye, Mr. Bennion, aye; and Mr.Villegas, aye. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to come out of executive session. Seconded by Mr. Bennion. The vote was: Mr. Wilder, aye; Annen, aye; Mr. Holton, aye; Mr. Nielsen; aye, Mr. Lee; aye, Mr. Bennion, aye; and Mr.Villegas, aye. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to approve 20 applications for licensure, 63 applications for exam; to hold five applications pending more information; and to deny one application. Seconded by Mr. Annen, motion carried.
A motion was made by Mr. Wilder to approve 63 CE courses and to deny 3 courses for relevancy. Seconded by Mr. Holton, motion carried.
ABPA IDAHO CHAPTER
10TH EDITION UPDATES - 0.05
CODES / REGULATIONS - 0.075
SMALL ASSEMBLY REPAIR - 0.075
LARGE ASSEMBLY REPAIR - 0.075
WORK PLACE SAFETY - 0.075
INSTALLATIONS - GOOD, BAD, UGLY - 0.075
FIRE SUPPRESSION - 0.075
COMMON TESTER ERRORS - 0.075
PREMISE / POINT OF USE - 0.075
PARTS (WHAT WORKS) - 0.075
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION - 0.075
INTERPETING BACKFLOW REPORTS - 0.075
TESTER LIABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY - 0.075
SAFETY AND SECURITY: DEVELOPING A CONFINDED SPACE
PROGRAM - 0.3
SAFETY AND SECURITY: EMERGENCY RESPONSE FOR ALL TYPES
OF EMERGENCIES - 0.3
PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE IS A ROLE ALL PUBLIC AGENCIES NEED
TO FILL - 0.1
CHLORINE DIOXIDE AT JORDAN VALLEY WTP FOR DBP CONTROL: A UTAH FIRST - 0.1
WELL DRILLING MUD: FRIEND OR FOE? - 0.1
ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR LABORATORY BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK - 0.1
ONSITE SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE GENEATION: RIVERTON CITYS CHOICE FOR DISINFECTION - 0.1
ARSENIC TREATMENT IN A MULTI-CONTAMINANT ENVIRONMENT, FOUR CASE STUDIES - 0.1
PARK CITY EVALUATES WATER QUALITY EXCURSIONS IN THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND IMPLEMENTS AVOIDANCE CRITERIA - 0.1
COST SAVINGS FRM USING PERISTALTIC PUMPS FOR CHEMICAL METERING AND PUMPING ABRASIVE PRODUCTS - 0.1
FILTER RETROFIT: HOW TO COST EFFECTIVELY EXPAND YOUR DRINKING WATER PLANT - 0.1
TRENCHLESS WATER REPAIR IN AN OPEN-CUT WORLD - 0.1
EFFECTIVE INSURANCE PLANNING FOR DISASTERS - 0.1
YOU SPIN ME RIGHT ROUND, BABY, RIGHT ROUND - 0.1
CUWCD, ULS AQUEDUCT CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT - 0.1
ALL HAZARDS UTILITY RISK MANAGEMENT - WHATS YOUR INSURANCE COVERAGE? - 0.1
CONFINED SPACES & TANK / VAULT RISK MANAGEMENT - 0.1
KEEPING WATER OUT OF YOUR GYPSUM: RESERVOIR DESIGN IN CHALLENGING GEOTECHNICAL CONDITIONS - 0.1
MEETING THE LT2ESWTR WITH OZONE AND UV - 0.1
PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - 0.1
IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF MANAGING A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT: A COLLABORATIVE WEB-BASED SOLUTION - 0.1
INNOVATIVE USE OF FRP COMPOSITES TO SEISMICALLY RETROFIT A FILTER GALLERY / CHLORINE BUILDING FACILITY - 0.1
CITY OF HENDERSONS FULL-SCALE GAC DEMONSTRATION TRIAL - 0.1
COST OF WATER IN UTAH - 0.1
ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR COURT DATE? - 0.1
WATER TANKS - SELECTING A METHOD OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION - 0.1
EXPANSION OF THE DUCHESNE VALLEY TREATMENT PLANT TO IMPROVE TASTE AND ODOR CONTROL AND MEET THE STATE 2 DBP RULE - 0.1
CHANGING IMPACT FEE REGULATIONS IN UTAH: THE 2011 COMPLETE REWRITE OF THE IMPACT FEES ACT - 0.1
A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION PLANNING FOR A LARGE WATER SYSTEM - 0.1
DESIGNING FOR THE FUTURE - LONG TRM DURABILITY OF A CONCRETE CULINARY WATER TANK - 0.1
CHEMICAL -ASSISTED MEMBRANE FILTRATION FOR GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER TREATMENT - 0.1
IMPACT FEES - AN ENGINEERS PERSPECTIVE ON HOW THE REWRITTEN LAW WILL IMPACT WATER PROVIDERS - 0.1
NONSTRUCTURAL SEISMIC HAZARD MITIGATION FOR WATR UTILITY SYSTEMS - 0.1
METHODS TO QUANITY WATER CONSUMPTION TRENDS, WEATHER IMPACTS CONSERVATION POTENTIAL - 0.1
NORTH UTAH COUNTY AQUIFER STORAGE AND RECOVERY - 0.1
WEBER BASIN WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT SECONDARY WATER METERS: THE FUTURE IS NOW - 0.1
BEAR RIVER PIPELINE PROJECT - 0.1
"AWW CRAP - NOW WHAT!?" COMMUNICATING IN A CRISIS - 0.1
BOISE CITY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
BIOSOLIDS NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT - 0.15
CITY OF MERIDIAN
CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT COURSE - 5.5
SOURCE WATER PROTECTION WORKSHOP SERIES PART 1:
GROUND WATER FUNDAMENTALS - 0.6
IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY
OVERVIEW OF CROSS-CONNECTION CONTROL AND BACKFLOW
PROTECTION - 0.6
IDWARN - DEQ
IDWARN WORKSHOP - 0.375
IDWARN TABLETOP EXERCISE - 0.325
GIS FOR THE REST OF US - 0.2
HANDS-ON FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE - 0.2
LAB DOS AND DONTS - 0.2
SOUTHWEST IDAHO OPERATORS SECTION
INTRODUCTION TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT - 0.3
VIVAX / METROTECH
THEORY OF LINE LOCATING - 0.2
SOLID - LIQUID SEPARATION - 0.4
YOUR BRAIN AT WORK
Approved for Licensure
WILLIAMS EDWARD L BAT-18098
WILLIAMSON DALLAS DWD1-18172
KIRCHOFF JAMES ALLEN DWD1-18183
BALANCE JERRY EDMOND DWD1-18193
RALEY CULLEN DWD1-18205
MCCOY MELISSA ANN DWD1-18219
LINKER PATRICK ALAN DWD1-18252
JARBOE JONATHAN G DWT1-18174
MCCOY MELISSA ANN DWT1-18218
ALLISON DANNY WAYNE DWT2-18179
TELLER DENNIS M WWC1-18204
SEBBY GERALD NORMAN WWC1-18223
SHERMAN JOHN G WWC1-18261
KAYS STUART TROY WWT1-18157
TELLER DENNIS M WWT1-18203
DARI ROBERT PETER WWT1-18225
LEAMON JEFF WWT1-18238
COOPER DENNIS MAX WWT1-18241
TAYLOR MICHAEL R WWT1-18243
CLEMENS M BRENDAN WWT4-18150
Approved for Exam
BROTHERS MICHELE M DWT3
MAGANA JAIME DWD1
HOHENSEE MICHAEL LEE WWC1
HOHENSEE MICHAEL LEE DWD1
BRUNETTI TODD A WWT1
ROMINE DARRELL WWTLA
VOSE KENNETH D DWT1
BURNHAM STEPHEN EARL DWD1
DIMMICK MICHAEL L DWT4
HAUSER DAVID WILLIAM WWT1
ACUFF KEN DWD1
KUNTZ KERWIN R DWD2
STUART STACY L DWD2
CANOY PHILLIP WARREN DWD2
DALLING SCOTT G WWC1
PRESBY CLAY CURTIS DWD1
WOODY CHRIS R DWD2
SMITH GARY W DWT4
HANSEN NANCY J DWT1
DAVIDSON KENNETH WAYNE WWC2
MEUSCH JOEL MICHAEL DWD1
ALLEN AUSTIN JOHN DWD2
BENKO WILLIAM J WWTOIT
BLOCK DELHIE A DWT3
BLOCK DELHIE A DWD3
SPRINGER DANIEL STEVEN DWD1
WILDE DAVID R WWT2
ASKEW JAMES MICHAEL DWD2
NAJERA ARTURO CANDELARIO DWD2
HARVEY KENNETH JAY DWD1
GABEL JOSHUA LEE DWT3
BERRYMAN IRA RAY WWC2
MARVIN CHRIS M DWT1
LUBKE TRACY LYNN DWT1
DAWSON NANCY K DWD1
BONNER EMMETT LEE WWTL
PETERSEN BRYAN WWT1
JACOPS SCOTT DANIEL DWD1
GIOVE CODY JOSEPH DWD2
HODGE DEE L WWC1
BEVERAGE CHAD ALLEN WWT2
INGHAM ARTIE DWD2
HANSEN ERIC WWT1
GALANTE MICHAEL R DWT2
COPLEY MARK A. WWT1
ORSLAND LARRY L DWT1
BARATTI JOSEPH W WWTLA
HURLEY JOHN WWT3
COOPER DENNIS MAX WWC1
SHEPHERD MICHAEL WAYNE DWD3
BLAKE BRENT A DWD2
CROSBY RANDY L WWC2
NYE LORENZO E DWD1
RIVAS MANUEL C DWD2
PETERSEN JOHN R DWD1
OCONNOR RONALD NATHANIEL WWT2
ERSKINE JACOB BRIAN WWCOIT
BROWN DAVID DWD2
STAKER LANNY DWDOIT
STOMBAUGH KEVIN L WWT3
ARNOLD GENE P WWT2
JOHNSON CORINNE A WWTLA
WITHROW ROBERT JAMES DWD3
WHITTED DANIEL STEVEN WWC1
ROBERT MATTHEW SCHMILLEN
NEXT MEETING August 15, 2011 Conference Call at 8:30 AM
A motion was made by Mr. Holton to adjourn at 6:35 PM. Seconded by Mr. Wilder, motion carried.
Victor Villegas, Chair Larry Annen
Allen G Wilder Dion W Holton
Lance Nielsen Jack V. Bennion
John R. Lee Tana Cory, Bureau Chief