C.L. "Butch"
Otter
Governor
Lawerence
Denney
Secretary of
State
Lawrence
Wasden
Attorney
General
Brandon D
D Woolf
State
Controller,
Secretary
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STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
MINUTES – Regular Meeting
Borah Post Office Building
204 N. 8th Street, 2nd Floor Courtroom
April 16, 2007 – 8:55 a.m.

The regular meeting of the State Board of Examiners was called to order at 204 N. 8th Street, Boise,
Idaho, at 8:55a.m. pursuant to Idaho Code §67-2002 and by the order of the chair.

The following board members were present: Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter, Secretary of State,
Ben Ysursa, and Attorney General Lawrence Wasden. State Controller Donna M. Jones, secretary
to the board, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

CONSENT AGENDA

1. Minutes-Approved
Approval of official minutes for the meeting of the Subcommittee to the Board of
Examiners on March 13, 2007.

2. Department of Administration - Approved
a. Request for recognition of assignment pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1027
from Boise Housing Association to Oak Park Retail.

3. Health and Welfare - Approved
Request that $102,889,400.00 be transferred from the General Fund to the Cooperative
Welfare Fund #0220 during the fourth quarter of Fiscal Year 2007.

4. Bureau of Homeland Security, Division of Military, Executive Office of
Governor - Deferred until next month
ID#
Description
Amount
Comments
Date to Board
2006-00342
HazMat
$1,727.11
Incident on 411 3rd St in Nampa on residential stretch of road, involving a chemical spill or leak. Residents in the area complained of what smelled like natural gas. The sample they were able to obtain ended up being glutaric dialdhyde and was diluted and washed down a drain. Responsible party is unknown at this time.
4/2/07
2007-00011
HazMat
$1,954.40
Incident on I-84, milepost 79.2 near Mountain Home involving an unknown viscous liquid found in a pool alongside the freeway. The responders reported possible malicious intent, but after testing they concluded that the liquid was sugar. Responsible party is unknown.
4/2/07
TOTALS
$3,681.51

5. Department of Fish and Game - Approved
a. Request that the Department of Fish and Game’s vacated facility in Lower Stanley
be transferred to the State Board of Examiners pursuant to Idaho Code §67-5709A,
effective immediately and that the property be offered for competitive sale, of which said
monies be returned directly to the Department.

b. Request for approval to increase the daily reimbursement rental rate for horses from
$32/day to $50/day, and eliminate any reference to ½-day use or stand by use.

Discussion: Mr. Otter said that for backcountry use, the horses would have to be put on certified weed free hay. He would like to have a monitor to see how much the State is spending a quarter and per year. Maybe the State would be better off if it owned several horses, rather than pay the $50. It would be good to look at the cost vs. the benefit because if the State could contract with weed free hay and have it on hand, then the Board would know for sure if it was a good deal.


INFORMATIONAL AGENDA

6. Military Division
Deficiency Warrant Update through March 30, 2007.

Discussion: Mr. Otter asked if any of the outstanding deficiency warrants are in the process of
being paid.

Mr. Foltman said the important aspect of this is that the claims get presented to the Board
of Examiners on the time schedule that they need to be presented. It does not imply that all of
the efforts have been exhausted in the terms of recovery. Some of the terms in the reports are
still open cases and recovery is still possible in the future. The Board will have the more complete
reporting process with Homeland Security for next month’s meeting. It will be a more comprehensive
report and it will be possible to see both the historic, as well as the current status of the deficiency
warrant reports.

Mr. Otter asked if there was some kind of an update on a quarterly basis or an annual basis
to say how much Homeland Security did collect, and why they did not collect a certain amount.

Mr. Foltman answered that the information has been made available. Homeland Security
does have a quarterly report and they are working to expand on it a bit.

Mr. Otter said it would be helpful to be more up-to-date as possible, because the State ought to
be recovering as much of this as we can.

7. Attorney General.
a. Notification that Lawrence E. Kirkendall, Attorney at Law, has been appointed pursuant
to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a Special Deputy Attorney General for the purpose of representing
the State of Idaho in the case of Eugene Gross.

b. Notification that Louis E. Marshall III, Deputy Prosecutor with the Bonner County Prosecutor’s
Office, has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a Special Deputy Attorney General
for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the matter of Richard R. Stafford and Lori L. Irelan
Real Property Forfeiture.

8. State Insurance Fund
a. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for
the month of March, 2007.

        Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
    $18,000,000.00
      Funds Expended in March, 2007
      Workers Compensation Claim Costs
    8,433,378.04
      Dividend
    00
      Commissions
    00
      Policy Refunds
    583,157.97
      Total
    $9,016,536.01
    b. Estimate of the Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft for
    the month of March, 2007.

        Estimated expenditure for Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
    $750,000.00
      Funds Expended in March, 2007:
      Payroll
    67,309.87
      Operations
    6,001.46
      Claim Costs
    48,517.53
      Total
    $121,828.86

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      The CONSENT AGENDA addresses routine items the board may approve without discussion.

      The REGULAR AGENDA addresses policy and program items the board may wish to discuss prior to making a decision.

      The INFORMATION AGENDA provides information only.

      The agendas are subject to change and the Board may move an item from one agenda to another.



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