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STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
AGENDA–Subcommittee Meeting
February 5, 2004 9:00 a.m.
Joe R. Williams Building, 5th Floor Conference Room A

· CONSENT AGENDA
1. Minutes
    Approval of official minutes for the subcommittee meeting of the Board of Examiners on January 8, 2004.

· REGULAR AGENDA
2. University of Idaho–Jeff Shinn, Fiscal Officer, OSBE
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      a. Associate Professor
    College of Law
    $72,000 - $75,000
    $5,000
      b. Tom Jager, Head Women’s Swim Coach
    8671Athletics
    $44,012
    $5,000

    In addition, the University requests authorization for moving expenses up to $78,000 total for the new football coaching staff. The new head coach, Mr. Holt, will determine the amount coaches will receive for their individual household moves. The $78,000 request includes the following coaches:

        Position
    PCN
    Department
    Salary
      c. Nick Holt, Head Coach
    8550
    Athletics
    $135,012.80
        d. Jeff Mills, Asst. Coach
    8559
    Athletics
    $70,012.80
        e. Nate Kaczor, Asst. Coach
    8554
    Athletics
    $70,012.80
        f. Joel Thomas, Asst. Coach
    8558
    Athletics
    $70,012.80
        g. James Cregg, Asst. Coach
    8556
    Athletics
    $50,003.20
        h. Jason Eck, Asst. Coach
    8551
    Athletics
    $40,019.20
        i. Jonathan Smith, Asst. Coach
    8552
    Athletics
    $39,998.40
        j. Johnny Nansen, Asst. Coach
    8557
    Athletics
    $39,998.40
        k. Alundis Brice, Asst. Coach
    8553
    Athletics
    $35,006.40
      l. Chad Brown, Asst. Coach
    8555
    Athletics
    $35,006.40
3. Idaho State University–Jeff Shinn, Fiscal Officer, OSBE
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      a. Visiting Assistant Professor
    Anthropology, College of Arts & Sciences
    $37,000
    $500
        b. Assistant Professor
    Biology, College of Arts & Sciences
    $42,000
    $2,000
        c. Professor
    Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
    $90,713
    $5,000
        d. 2 Assistant Professors
    Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
    $45,000
    $2,000 each
        e. Assistant Professor
    Management, College of Business
    $70,000
    $5,000
        f. Assistant Professor
    Counseling, College of Health Professions
    $44,000
    $2,000
        g. 6 Resident Physicians (1st year)
    Family Medicine, College of Health Professions
    $34,382
    $1,000 each
        h. Resident Physician (2nd year)
    Family Medicine, College of Health Professions
    $35,714
    $1,000
      i. Research Assistant Professor
    Institute of Rural Health, College of Health Professions
    $60,000
    $2,000
4. Boise State University–Peggy Davis, Relocation Specialist
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        a. Dean
    2246Department of Education
    $107,635
    $5,000
      b. Provost
    1102Boise State University
    $141,107
    $5,000
        c. Assistant Professor
    2087School of Social Work
    $48,000
    $5,000
        d. Assistant Professor
    2082School of Social Work
    $48,000
    $5,000
      e. Assistant Professor
    2169Department of Accountancy
    $87,000
    $5,000

5. Department of Health & Welfare–Richard Humiston, Financial Executive Officer
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses for Patrick Guzzle, Program Manager for the Food Protection Program, Office of Epidemiology and Food Protection. Mr. Guzzle’s annual salary is $46,405 and will be relocating from Pocatello to Boise, Idaho.

6. Bureau of Hazardous Materials, Division of Military, Executive Office of Governor–Gary Ward, Project Manager
    Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants for reimbursement of response costs incurred during January 2004 pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.
    ID #
    Description
    Amount
    Comments
    Date to Board
      a. 2003-4530
    Drug Lab
    $1421.19
    Drug lab breakdown
    1/12/04
      b. 2003-4791
    Drug Lab
    1760.57
    Drug lab breakdown
    1/23/04
      c. 2004-0181
    Drug Lab
    2466.59
    2 drug labs, 1 at a house, 1 in a vehicle. Same responsible party
    1/23/04
      d. 2003-4431
    Hazmat
    106.30
    Two cleaners, Ammonia & Chlorine, mixed causing a toxic cloud
    1/27/04
      e. 2003-4153
    Hazmat
    2890.90
    Mercury spill at Minidoka Hospital
    1-27-04
      f. 2003-4336
    Spill
    337.98
    Truck wreck / fuel spill
    1/27/04
      g. 2003-4477
    Hazmat
    1535.96
    Ammonia leaking at ice rink
    1-28-04
      H. 2003-4943
    Drug Lab
    287.52
    Drug Lab Breakdown
    1-29-04
      i. 2003-5206
    Drug Lab
    1358.82
    Drug Lab Breakdown
    1-30-04
      j. 2004-0180
    Drug Lab
    274.54
    Drug Lab Breakdown
    2/2/04
      k. 2004-0261
    Drug Lab
    103.42
    Drug Lab in Vehicle
    2-2-04
    Total
    $12,543.79
7. Military Division, Executive Office of Governor–LeRae Nelson, Controller, & Mark Agenbroad, Senior Accountant
    Request for clarification of the State Travel Policy covering meals and refreshments for meetings in the context of four situations.

8. State Controller’s Office–Steve Kenyon, Deputy State Controller
    Request for board approval to amend State Moving Policy and adopt a new State Real Estate Relocation Policy. These policy drafts have been reviewed over the past months by several agencies: DHR; DFM; DEQ; IDPR; IDL; IDFG; and ITD. The FPAC committee reviewed the final drafts and submitted recommendations for final revisions. All recommendations and comments have been incorporated into these final drafts and a summary sheet included citing changes in the policy documents.

· INFORMATIONAL AGENDA
9. Attorney General
    Notification that Mick Hodges of the firm of Peterson, Hodges & Harper has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the Bureau of Child Support for the State of Idaho.

10. College and University Annual Moving Reports
    Notification of the state college and universities of their annual moving report to the State Board of Examiners.

11. State Controller’s Office
    a. Notification of closure of a rotary fund for the Outfitters and Guides effective January 21, 2004.

    b. Notification of budget issues and request for FY04 and FY05 of the State Board of Examiners.


12. State Insurance Fund
    a. Notification of the State Insurance Fund estimate of expenses to be paid by sight drafts and prior month’s disbursements for January 2004.
        Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
    $15,000,000.00
      Funds Expended in December 2003
      Workers Compensation Claim Costs
    9,142,508.84
      Dividend
    0
      Commissions
    2,341,489.94
      Policy Refunds
    179,773.42
      Total
    $11,663,772.20
    b. Notification of the State Insurance Fund estimate of the Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft and the funds expended in the prior month of January 2004.
        Estimated expenditure for Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
    $750,000.00
      Funds Expended in December 2003:
      Payroll
    58,221.52
      Operations
    44,502.10
      Claim Costs
    61,780.55
      Total
    $164,504.17

      A meeting agenda will be available at the Idaho State Controller’s Office, 700 West State Street, Boise, Idaho, two (2) working days before the meeting.

      If you have questions or would like to arrange auxiliary aides or services for persons with disabilities, please contact the Idaho State Controller’s Office at (208) 334-3100. Accommodations for auxiliary aides or services must be made no less than five (5) working days in advance of the meeting.

      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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