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STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
MINUTES – Subcommittee Meeting
May 09, 2017 – 1:30 p.m.
Joe R. Williams Building, 5th Floor Conference Room A


The regular meeting of the Subcommittee to the State Board of Examiners was called to order at 700 West State Street, Boise, Idaho, at 1:34p.m. pursuant to Idaho Code §67-2002 and by order of the chair.

The following members were present: Chairman Jani Revier, Division of Financial Management; Steve Olson, Office of the Attorney General; Tim Hurst, Office of the Secretary of State; and Brian Benjamin, Office of the State Controller, as assisting secretary to the subcommittee.

Also present was: David Fulkerson, Division of Financial Management; Jackie McCleve, State Controller’s Office; Brett Richardson, State Controller’s Office, Renee Holt, State Controller’s Office; and Lourdes Matsumoto, State Controller’s Office
CONSENT AGENDA

1. Minutes
    Approval of official minutes for the meeting of the Subcommittee to the Board of Examiners on April 11, 2017.

    Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 1 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Hurst seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.

REGULAR AGENDA

2. Military Division
    Request for approval for cash compensation of overtime for State Year 2018, to all state professionals and administrative personnel deployed to assist on state or federally declared disasters. Idaho Code § 67-5823(3C) allows for cash payment for “overtime accumulated during unusual or emergency situations.”

    Discussion: Ms. Revier asked for clarification on the statute.
    Mr. Benjamin clarified it is 67-5328.

    Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 2 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Olson seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.

3. Department of Administration Div. of Public Works
    Request for recognition of assignment from R&S Landon Properties, LLC, to S&C Ventures for the real property lease through the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, for occupancy of 333 Walker Drive, Rexburg, Idaho.

    Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 3 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Olson seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
    4. Ada County Sheriff’s Office
      Request for approval of payment, pursuant to Idaho Code §31-2219 and Idaho Code §31-3203, for prisoners sentenced to ISCI and transported to the Ada County Jail upon a Judgment of Conviction or a Return on a Board Warrant for January 2017 through March 2017 in the amount of $5,074.64.

      Discussion: Ms. Revier asked why some of it was $.40 and some was $.25 per mile.
      Mr. Benjamin explained that it is laid out in the statute as such $.40 for the first so many inmates and $.25 after that.

      Resolution: Mr. Olson moved to approve item 4 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Hurst seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.

    5. Ada County Clerk
      Request for payment of costs incurred by Ada County in the amount of $828.10 ($487.85 for Gonzales; $340.25 for Sileoni) for the prosecution of State Penitentiary inmates pursuant to Idaho Code § 18-2507.

      Discussion: Mr. Hurst asked if the statute was responsible for the prosecution or for the court costs. Some of the fees are for clerk fees and those are not part of the prosecution.

      Mr. Benjamin explained that it just says “the county costs” which include clerk and transaction costs.

      Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 5 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Olson seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
    6. Department of Environmental Quality
    a. Request in accordance with Senate Bill 1187, that $571,836.00 be transferred from the Air Quality Permitting Fund #0186 to the Department of Environmental Quality Fund #0225 during the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2018.

    b. Request in accordance with Senate Bill 1187, that $678,336.00 be transferred from the Public Water System Supervision Fund #0191 to the Department of Environmental Quality Fund #0225 during the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2018.

    c. Request in accordance with Senate Bill 1187, that $750,000.00 be transferred from the Water Pollution Control Fund #0200 to the Environmental Remediation Fund #0201 on July 3, 2017. DEQ will request the remaining balance of $750,000.00 to be transferred at a later date.


    d. Request in accordance with Senate Bill 1187, that $7,246,611.00 be transferred from the General Fund to the Department of Environmental Quality Fund #0225 during the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2018.

    e. Request in accordance with Senate Bill 1187, that $310,025.00 be transferred from the Water Pollution Control Fund #0200 to the Department of Environmental Quality Fund #0225.
      Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 6 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Olson seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.

    7. State Controller’s Office
      Request for approval of proposed revisions to the Board of Examiners Surplus Personal Property Policy and Procedures.
      Discussion: Mr. Benjamin explained the changes to the policy and the process in which State Controller’s Office worked with FPAC to make these changes in order to lessen some of the financial burden on advertising property for disposal. He also explained the changes to the disposal procedure to streamline that process for the agencies.

      Mr. Olson asked if the declaration site is a competitive bid process.
      Mr. Fulkerson and Mr. Benjamin explained that it is a process in which it is only offered to other governmental entities so there is no requirement for competitive bid because it is not open to the public at this stage.

      Mr. Richardson and Ms. McCleve from the State Controller’s office offered a presentation showing the new changes to the Surplus Personal Property Policy and Procedures declare and disposal forms that is before the Board for approval.

      Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 7 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Olson seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
    INFORMATIONAL AGENDA
      8. Idaho Association of Public Health District Directors
        Distribution of the State Appropriation for Fiscal Year 2018. State general fund and millennium fund appropriations to the Public Health Fund has been distributed by the formula developed by the Board of Trustees pursuant to Idaho Code § 39-425.

      9. State Insurance Fund
        a. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of
          April 2017.
            Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
      $19,000,000.00
          Funds Expended in March 2017:
          Workers Compensation Claim Costs
      $14,357,710.56
          Dividends
      0
          Commission
      0
          Policy Refunds
      $260,967.04
          Total
      $14,618,677.60
          b. Estimate of the Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the
            month of April 2017.
                Estimated expenditure for Idaho Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
          $600,000.00
              Funds Expended in February 2017:
              Payroll
          $53,196.62
              Operations
          44,182.17
              Claim Costs
          $115,235.56
              Total
          $212,614.35

        Mr. Olson moved to adjourn the meeting. Mr. Hurst seconded the motion. The meeting adjourned at 2:04 p.m.
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