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STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
AMENDED AGENDA – Subcommittee Meeting
November 6, 2003 – 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 September 4, 2003.

· REGULAR AGENDA
2. 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. Director / Instructor
    Health Occupations / Registered Nursing Program, College of Technology
    $55,000
    $5,000
        b. Asst. Athletic Director / Marketing
    Administration, Intercollegiate Athletics
    $55,000
    $2,750
        c. Asst. Coach
    Women’s Basketball, Intercollegiate Athletics
    $37,000
    $1,850
        d. Instruction / Reference Librarian
    Library
    $34,008
    $2,500
      e. Research Assoc. Professor
    Institute of Rural Health
    $65,000
    $4,500

    Ratification of the moving reimbursement as approved by buck slip October 6, 2003 and cited in the following table.

        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      e. Clinical Asst. Professor
    Physician Asst. Studies, College of Health Professions
    $65,000
    $2,000
        f. Visiting Asst. Professor
    Music, College of Arts & Sciences
    $36,000
    $500
      g. Asst. Coach
    Football, Intercollegiate Athletics
    $13,500
    $500


3. Lewis-Clark State College—Jeff Shinn, Fiscal Officer OSBE
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      a. Chief Technology Officer
    Information Technology
    $70,000 - 75,000
    $5,000
      b. Dean, Academic Programs
    Office of the Provost
    $65,000 - $74,506
    $5,000

4. University of Idaho—Kathy Ewert, SCO
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      a. Assistant Director
    New Student Services
    $32,177 - $34,000
    $500
        b. Postdoctoral Fellow
    Biological Sciences
    $48,000 - $51,000
    $5,000
        c. Academic Coordinator
    International Programs
    $32,000 - $34,000
    $1,500
        d. Postdoctoral Fellow
    Fish & Wildlife
    $34,000 - $36,000
    $500
        e. Marketing / Recruitment Coordinator
    University Residences
    $38,000 - $42,000
    $5,000
        f. Temporary Instructor
    Engineering—Boise
    $43,000 - $45,000
    $5,000
        g. Asst. Professor
    Philosophy
    $40,000 - $43,000
    $5,000
        h. Asst. Professor
    Plant, Soil, Entomological Science
    $45,000 - $50,000
    $5,000
        i. Director of Development
    College of Law
    $25,000 - $30,000
    $5,000
        j. Postdoctoral Researcher
    Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry
    $30,000 = $40,000
    $5,000
        k. Asst. Professor, Creative Writing
    English
    $39,000 - $41,000
    $5,000
        l. Asst. Professor, Rhetoric/Composition
    English
    $37,000 - $41,000
    $5,000
        m. Asst. Research Geologist
    Idaho Geological Survey
    $40,000 - $50,000
    $5,000
        n. NIH Postdoctoral Fellow
    Animal Veterinary Science
    $28,000 - $35,000
    $5,000
      o. Postdoctoral Research Scientist
    Forest Resources
    $40,000 - $42,000
    $1,000

5. Boise State University—Peggy Davis, Relocation Specialist
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses as cited in the following table.
        Position
    PCNDepartmentSalaryUp to Amount
      a. Parking Manger
    3514Parking & Transportation
    $38,000
    $5,000
        b. Asst. Professor
    2547Chemistry
    $45,000
    $5,000
        c. Professor
    2543Material Science & Engineering
    $60,000 - $75,000
    $5,000
        d. Professor
    2544Material Science & Engineering
    $60,000 - $75,000
    $5,000
        e. Asst. Professor
    2003Art
    $40,000
    $5,000
        f. Asst. Professor
    2238Psychology
    $40,000
    $5,000
        g. Asst. Professor
    2233Psychology
    $40,000
    $5,000
        h. Asst. Professor
    2495Psychology
    $40,000
    $5,000
        i. Asst. Professor
    2088Criminal Justice
    $40,000
    $5,000
        j. Asst. Professor
    2087School of Social Work
    $48,000
    $5,000
        k. Asst. Professor
    2523Political Science
    $41,000
    $5,000
        l. Head of Cataloging & Online Catalog
    1607Albertson’s Library
    $50,000
    $5,000
        m. Developer Analyst, Student Applications
    1256Office of Information Technology
    $43,000
    $5,000
        n. Telephone Systems Engineer
    3003Office of Information Technology
    $40,000
    $5,000
      o. PeopleSoft Application Systems Analyst
    3055Office of Information Technology
    $56,000
    $5,000

    p. Request for authorization to amend reimbursement for moving expenses for Dr. Use Reischl, Director of the Center for Health Policy, by adding $2,800 more for reimbursement of moving expenses. Dr. Reischl was approved for $5,000 on June 6, 2002 and was reimbursed $2,200 of that amount. He was unable to move his entire household before the approval expired due to his wife’s previous commitment to complete her teaching contract with the University of South Florida in Tampa. She was unable to relocate before July 1, 2003. Dr. Reishl’s salary is $60,000; PCN number is 3096..


6. Legislative Services Office—Carl Bianchi, Director
    Ratification of the moving expense reimbursement as approved by buck slip on October 9, 2003 for Shree Sundaresan, IT Programmer Analyst, Sr., for up to $1,000.

7. 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 September and October pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.
    ID #
    Description
    Amount
    Comments
    Date
        a. 2003-1942
    Diesel Spill
    137.80
    Vehicle accident
    5/28/03
        b. 2003-2477
    Chemical Spill
    392.18
    Ariel contaminant w/exposure
    7/1/03
        c. 2003-2514
    Diesel Spill
    882.89
    Vehicle accident, fuel in waterway
    7/3/03
        d. 2003-3050
    Drug lab
    1242.39
    Typical
    7/31/03
        e. 2003-3367
    Biohazard
    85.64
    Retrieved pkg from police and deliver to lab
    8/17/03
        f. 2003-2188
    Biohazard
    680.85
    Substance on roadway
    6/12/03
        g. 2003-3083
    Drug Lab
    760.74
    Typical
    8/2/03
        h. 2003-1649
    Spill
    2562.73
    Gasoline leaking from underground pipes
    9/12/03
        i. 2003-3543
    Hazmat
    1773.04
    Blasting caps by road
    8/28/03
        j. 2003-3052
    Drug Lab
    374.36
    Typical
    7/31/03
        k. 2003-3530
    Mercury spill
    3958.09
    Large qty of mercury spilled in garage and driveway
    8/27/03
        l. 2003-3156
    Drug Lab
    499.60
    Lab in vehicle
    8/4/03
        m. 2003-3938
    Biohazard
    364.41
    Suspicious powder at tax commission
    9/22/03
        n. 2003-3068
    Biohazard
    50.00
    Unknown powder in an envelope at Jerome County Courthouse
    8/1/03
        o. 2003-4097
    Hazmat
    3236.55
    Unknown substance in river
    10/3/03
    Total
    $17,001.27
8. Division of Military, Executive Offices of the Governor
    Request to pay $5,152.35 to the State Insurance Fund for workers’ compensation claims for members of the Idaho National Guard during the quarter ending September 30, 2003 pursuant to Idaho Code §72-928.

9. Department of Agriculture—Michael Everett, Deputy Director
    Request to amend the state travel policy to apply an exception to partial day meal or the daily per diem reimbursement limits when state employees are conducting state business for the purpose of promoting trade or commerce. The department suggests the same exception as allowed for official conferences (See Travel Policy citation below).

      State Travel Policy--Appendix B Official Conferences or Conventions

      The above limits upon partial day per diem reimbursements do not apply to official conferences or conventions as described in 11.1 herein whether at the official station or not. As to such conferences or conventions, only the statutory daily limits of I.C. §67-2008 will apply.

10. Department of Administration—Joanna Guilfoy, Deputy AG, and Bobbi Eckerle, Operations Manager, Division of Purchasing
    a. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Rick Yzaguirre of Eagle, Idaho and Assignee John Wagers, of Boise, Idaho for a real property lease regarding the State of Idaho, by and through the Idaho State Liquor Dispensary as ‘Lessee’ and Lessee’s occupancy of 174 West State Street, Eagle, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1027.

    b. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Wallace-Hudson & Associates of Pocatello, Idaho, and Assignee Wallace & Booth Architects, LLC, of Pocatello, Idaho, for a transfer of interest in three (3) DPW Projects pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1027:

      1) DPW Project No. 04090, CSI Scott’s Building Roof Replacement

      2) DPW Project No. 04220, ISU Mech/Tech Building Roof Replacement

      3) Contract for Roofing Architectural Services for FY2004 and Fy2005.


    c. Request for approval of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Idaho State Agency for Surplus Property, Division of Purchasing, Department of Administration, and the GAS Property Office pursuant to Idaho Code §67-5740(e).

11. Attorney General
    a. Notification that Robert E. Bakes of the firm of Moffatt, Thomas, Barrett, Rock & Fields has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing Judge Deborah A. Bail in the case of State of Idaho v. Fourth Judicial Court and District Judge Deborah A. Bail, Idaho Supreme Court Docket No. 29203.

    b. Notification that Andrew Bohrnsen of the firm of Bohrnsen & Stowe in Spokane, Washington, has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho, Idaho Transportation Department in case of Bailey, et al. v. State of Idaho, et al., Case No. CV PI 02-00079.

    c. Notification that Peter C. Erbland of the firm of Paine, Hamblen, Coffin, Brooke & Miller 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 case of Cole v. Estate of Patrick Gleason, et al., Superior Court of Washington, Whitman County, Colfax, Washington, Case No. 032001897.

    d. Notification that Richard A. Skinner of the firm of Skinner Fawcett has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general to provide bond counsel services to the Idaho Water Resources Board in the matter of Water Resource Development Revenue Warrants, Bonds, or Notes Series 2003 (Last Chance Canal Company, Ltd.--Flume Replacement Project).

    e. Notification that Richard A. Skinner of the firm of Skinner Fawcett has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general to provide bond counsel services to the Idaho Water Resources Board in the matter of Water Resource Development Revenue Bonds Series 2003 (Tamarack LLC).

    f. Notification that Mary A. Brauer of the firm of Reinhart, Boerner, Van Deuren, P.C. has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of providing legal advice and counsel related to the Idaho State Board of Education’s Optional Retirement Program.


12. Whitepine School District No. 288
    Request to approve a claim for $377,445 to fulfill the statutory grant formula pursuant to the School Safety and Health Revolving Loan Fund. By formula, Whitepine Joint School District #288 should have received $784,000 in subsidies. However, its application was the last one received, and by the time it was processed, the balance of the fund failed to remit the full amount. The School District respectfully requests board approval and recommendation to the Legislature to pay the balance of their allocation with this claim.

· INFORMATIONAL AGENDA
13. State Controller’s Office—Kathy Ewert, Research Analyst
    Presentation of comments by target agencies and groups regarding the proposed amendments to the State Moving Policy. A revised draft of the policy is also provided for review and discussion.

14. State Controller’s Office
    Notification of the Endowment Fund Investment Board closing a rotary fund effective October 24, 2003. Any remaining funds were returned to the reserve administrative fund and all related transfer transactions were completed.

15. 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 September 2003.
        Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
    $15,000,000.00
      Funds Expended in August 2003
      Workers Compensation Claim Costs
    9,422,658.87
      Dividend
    0
      Commissions
    23,300.94
      Policy Refunds
    223,922.01
      Total
    $9,669,881.82
    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 September 2003.
        Estimated expenditure for Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
    $750,000.00
      Funds Expended in August 2003:
      Payroll
    84,286.99
      Operations
    22,332.01
      Claim Costs
    204,941.54
      Total
    $311,560.54
    c. Notification of the State Insurance Fund estimate of expenses to be paid by sight drafts and prior month’s disbursements for October 2003.
        Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
    $15,000,000.00
      Funds Expended in September 2003
      Workers Compensation Claim Costs
    9,167,371.44
      Dividend
    0
      Commissions
    2,073,409.60
      Policy Refunds
    150,918.64
      Total
    $11,391,699.68
    d. 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 October 2003.
        Estimated expenditure for Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
    $750,000.00
      Funds Expended in September 2003:
      Payroll
    58,249.53
      Operations
    6,934.45
      Claim Costs
    178,813.76
      Total
    $243,997.74

      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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