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MINUTES
SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
June 8, 2000 – 9:00 a.m.
Office of State Controller – 5th Floor Conference Room A



Attending: Darrell Manning, Office of the Governor
              David High, Office of Attorney General
              Ben Ysursa, Office of Secretary of State
              Keith Johnson, Office of State Controller

Visitors Attending: Marty Peterson, University of Idaho
              Tim O’Leary, Department of Law Enforcement
              Ted Aho, Public Employee Retirement System
              Ranae Sanders, Department of Water Resources
              Dorothy Heywood, Bureau of Hazardous Materials

    UNIVERSITY OF IDAHOMarty Peterson

1. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses of up to $7,500.00 for Greg Tatham, Director of the Idaho Commons and Student Union, from Carterville, Illinois, effective May 8, 2000. Payment will be from non-appropriated funds.

2. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses of up to $5,365.00 for Tim Drevno, member of the U of I Coaching staff, from San Jose, California. Payment will be from non-appropriated funds.

3. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses of up to $15,000.00 for Dr. Larry Forney, Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences and as a Professor Biology, from University of Groningen in The Netherlands, effective August 21, 2000. Payment will be from non-appropriated funds.

4. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses of up to $12,000 for Dr. Feodor Vainstein, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, from North Carolina. Payment will be from non-appropriated funds.
      Marty Peterson reported they are requesting moving reimbursement authorization in excess of $5,000 for four employees. He said there is a correction to #3. Payment will be one third from non-appropriated funds and two thirds from state funds. Darrell Manning made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


5. DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENTTim O’Leary, Human Resource Manager
    Request for authorization to pay accrued compensatory time incurred in fiscal year 2000 for the following employees:
      Wayne Longo 29.0 Dennis Perry 48.0
      Dave Kane 47.0 Susan Williamson 34.3
      Don VanCleave 21.0 Donald Wyckoff 15.0
      Clark Rollins 24.0 Curt Exeley 62.0
      Ed Gygli 43.0 Danny Bunderson 32.0
      Craig Peterson 27.0 Mark Peterson 17.0
      Rick Cronin 43.9 Bob Lee 28.5
      E. Dick Franks 38.5 Pat McDonald 38.5
      Steve Raschke 39.0 Dwayne Sammons 45.5
      Roberta Silva 89.5 Rick Groff 24.0
      Lonnie Gray 12.0 Kevin Johnson 32.5
      Rachel Farnsworth 17.0 Ralph Powell 31.5
      Carla Finis 42.0 Rick Ohnsman 25.0
      Aaron Brudenell 57.0 Steve Richardson 37.0
      Stuart Jacobson 18.5

      Tim O’Leary reported the employees have accumulated overtime over the last year and they have the personnel dollars to pay now and not carry over the fiscal year. Darrell Manning asked if the employees could take the time off. Tim reported some could but someone else would be accruing overtime or the employee would accrue overtime later. He said most employees are at or near their vacation maximum. Ben Ysursa stated the Board has a policy to not pay for hours under 25, but that has slipped a couple times recently. He said the intent of the statute is to pay the overtime as a last resort. Ben expressed concern that the Board would receive numerous requests next year. David High said he doesn’t object to paying the compensatory time if employees try to take the time off. David High made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
6. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEMTed Aho
    Request for authorization to pay 90.0 hours compensatory time for G. Joy Fereday, IT Programmer Analyst, Sr, accrued from June 1, 1999 to April 29, 2000 while testing and implementing the Galena membership data system.
      Ted Aho reported Joy Fereday cannot take any time off and her vacation leave is at the maximum limit. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


7. DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES – Ranae Sanders, Human Resources Officer
    Request for authorization to pay compensatory time for the following employees accrued as a part of the department’s effort to reduce the backlog of applications for water transfers.
              Jeff Peppersack 46.0
              Shelley Keen 8.5
              Sharla Curtis 100.0
              Pam Skaggs 121.6
              Kay Walker 43.0
      Ranae Sanders reported they would like to pay overtime accrued while employees were trying to reduce a backlog of water transfer applications. Darrell Manning asked if they had considered using flex time with existing employees because more could be accomplished when they were not having to answer the phones, etc. Ranae said she would make that suggestion to management. Ben Ysursa asked if this was a fiscal year end situation also Ranae said it was not. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda, with reservation. He said the first option is to take the time off and the last option is to approve payment. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    BUREAU OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALSDorothy Heywood, Program Manager
8. Incident 2000-380 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,160.50 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Hayden Lake, Idaho on February 2, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

9. Incident 2000-387 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,162.01 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Pocatello, Idaho on February 2, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

10. Incident 2000-399 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,033.23 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Wallace, Idaho on February 4, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

11. Incident 2000-406 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $415.96 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Boise, Idaho on February 4, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

12. Incident 2000-441 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $2,039.71 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Desmet, Idaho on February 8 and 9, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

13. Incident 2000-460 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $322.10 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on February 10, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

14. Incident 2000-543 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,264.28 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a hazardous materials incident at Huetter Port of Entry, Kootenai County, Idaho involving a spill of organic peroxide type D on February 16, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

15. Incident 2000-569 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $536.46 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Spirit Lake, Idaho on February 19, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

16. Incident 2000-610 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $475.98 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on February 24, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

17. Incident 2000-655 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $501.39 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Kellogg, Idaho on February 26, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

18. Incident 2000-666 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $591.24 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Meridian, Idaho on February 26, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

19. Incident 2000-688 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $170.19 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on February 27, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

20. Incident 2000-716 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $171.90 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Boise, Idaho on February 29, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

21. Incident 2000-746 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $557.44 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on March 3, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

22. Incident 2000-789 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $2,173.52 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Pocatello, Idaho on March 3, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

23. Incident 2000-841 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $303.49 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on March 10, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

24. Incident 2000-908 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,646.80 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Chubbuck, Idaho on March 16, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

25. Incident 2000-915 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $664.68 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Pocatello, Idaho on March 16, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.

26. Incident 2000-1043 – Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants in the amount of $1,631.29 for reimbursement of response costs incurred when emergency response teams assisted in a CIB drug lab incident in Downey, Idaho on March 29, 2000, pursuant to Idaho Code §39-7110.
      Dorothy Heywood reported all items are drug labs except #14. She said the Bureau of Hazardous Materials would like to give a presentation to the Board of Examiners members. Sub-Committee members said it would have to be a very short presentation and be coordinated with the Land Board meeting. Dorothy will inform us if a condensed 15 minute presentation can be given, possibly with the Board of Examiners starting at 8:30 a.m., so the Land Board can start at 9:00 a.m. Darrell Manning made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items 8-26. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


27. DIVISION OF ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY
    Request for authorization to establish a Rotary Fund effective July 1, 2000 when they become a department, pursuant to Idaho Code § 67-2019. DEQ will transfer $25,000.00 out of Fund 0225.

      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. David high seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. Phyllis said the Division of Veterans Services will also have a request to establish a Rotary Fund effective July 1, 2000 and asked if it could be included on the Consent Agenda for the June 13, 2000 meeting. Darrell Manning said yes with the provision the account would not exceed $25,000.

28. DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
    Request for approval for Recognition of Assignment as executed by Assignor John W. and Sara W. Lee, and Assignee William Stewart Lee, both of Payette, Idaho, for real property lease regarding the State of Idaho, by and through the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation as “Lessee” and Lessee’s occupancy of 2 North Main, Lot #1, South 3’ Lot #2 Block #1, Payette Gorri Subdivision, pursuant to Idaho Code § 67-1027.
      Ben Ysursa made to motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    ATTORNEY GENERAL

29. Notification that R. David Butler II of the firm of Butler & Looney, P.C., Vale, Oregon, has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare in the matter of the Estate Harry Evermore McEvers, deceased, Case No. P271005, in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for County of Clackamas, Dept. of Probate, pursuant to Idaho Code § 67-1409.

30. Notification that Candy Wagahoff Dale of the firm of Hall, Farley, Oberrecht & Blanton, has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the Idaho Department of Labor in the matter of Daniel Rodriguez, U.S. Department of Labor, Civil Rights Center, CRC Complaint No. 100-ID-001, pursuant to Idaho Code § 67-1409.


31. Notification that Anthony M. Valdez of the firm of Benoit, Alexander, Sinclair, Harwood & High, has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the Idaho Department of Corrections in the Hunter v. Spevak, No. 26556 case before the Idaho Supreme Court, pursuant to Idaho Code § 67-1409.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items 29-30-31. Darrell Manning seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


32. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE
    Request for approval of the Idaho Code Annual Distribution List and its supplements, pursuant to Idaho Code § 73-212.
    IDAHO CODE 2000 ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION LIST

    49 ADA COUNTY
    7 ADAMS COUNTY
    6 ADMINISTRATION, DEPT. OF
    1 AGING, IDAHO OFFICE ON
    6 AGRICULTURE, DEPT. OF
1 ALABAMA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
1 ARIZONA DEPT OF LIBRARY & ARCHIVES
44 ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF
33 BANNOCK COUNTY
2 BAR, IDAHO STATE
    6 BEAR LAKE COUNTY
    10 BENEWAH COUNTY
    13 BINGHAM COUNTY
    12 BLAINE COUNTY
    1 BLIND, IDAHO COMMISSION OF THE
    6 BOISE COUNTY
    1 BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
    16 BONNER COUNTY
    20 BONNEVILLE COUNTY
    8 BOUNDARY COUNTY
    6 BUILDING SAFETY, DIVISION OF
    7 BUTTE COUNTY
    4 CAMAS COUNTY
    41 CANYON COUNTY
    8 CARIBOU COUNTY
14 CASSIA COUNTY
6 CLARK COUNTY
    11 CLEARWATER COUNTY
    2 COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO
    1 COLORADO SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1 COMMERCE, DEPT OF
    1 CONNECTICUT STATE LIBRARY
    5 CONTROLLER, OFFICE OF THE
    14 CORRECTION, DEPT OF
6 CUSTER COUNTY
    1 DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION
    1 DEAF AND BLIND, SCHOOL FOR THE
    1 DELAWARE STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1 DENTISTRY, BOARD OF
    1 DISASTER SERVICES
    1 EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF
    5 EDUCATION, STATE DEPT OF
15 ELMORE COUNTY
    1 ENDOWMENT FUND INVESTMENT BOARD
    1 ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS, BOARD OF
    7 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, DIVISION OF
    2 FINANCE, DEPT OF
    5 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF
    8 FISH & GAME, DEPT OF
    1 FLORIDA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    8 FRANKLIN COUNTY
    4 FREMONT COUNTY
    10 GEM COUNTY
    10 GOODING COUNTY
    4 GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF THE
    1 HAWAII SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY
    30 HEALTH & WELFARE, DIV OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, CENTRAL
1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, CONF OF IDAHO SEVEN PUBLIC
    1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, DISTRICT SEVEN
    1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, NORTH CENTRAL
    2 HEALTH DISTRICTS, PANHANDLE
    1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, SOUTHEASTERN
    1 HEALTH DISTRICTS, SOUTHWESTERN
    2 HUMAN RESOURCES, DEPT OF
    1 HUMAN RIGHTS, COMMISSION ON
    9 IDAHO COUNTY
    2 IDAHO STATE LIBRARY
    3 IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY
    5 INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
    2 INSURANCE FUND, STATE
    3 INSURANCE, DEPARTMENT OF
    1 IOWA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    7 JEFFERSON COUNTY
    14 JEROME COUNTY
    1 JUVENILE CORRECTION CENTER
    1 JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, DEPT OF
    1 KANSAS SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY
    1 KENTUCKY STATE LAW LIBRARY
    40 KOOTENAI COUNTY
    6 LABOR, DEPT OF
    5 LANDS, DEPT OF
    15 LATAH COUNTY
    1 LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
    26 LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPT OF
    43 LAW LIBRARY, IDAHO SUPREME COURT
    2 LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR
    3 LEGISLATIVE BUDGET OFFICE
    12 LEGISLATIVE SERVICES
    25 LEGISLATURE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
    18 LEGISLATURE, SENATE
    8 LEMHI COUNTY
    13 LEWIS COUNTY
    5 LEWIS-CLARK STATE COLLEGE
    1 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF
    8 LINCOLN COUNTY
    1 LIQUOR DISPENSARY
    1 LOCAL HIGHWAY TECHNICAL ASSIST. COUNCIL (LHTAC)
    9 MADISON COUNTY
    1 MAINE LAW & LEG REFERENCE
    1 MEDICINE, STATE BOARD OF
    1 MILITARY DIVISION
    12 MINIDOKA COUNTY
    1 MINNESOTA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1 MISSISSIPPI STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1 MISSOURI SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1 MONTANA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1 NEBRASKA STATE LIBRARY
    1 NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE LIBRARY
    1 NEW MEXICO LAW LIBRARY
    17 NEZ PERCE COUNTY
    1 NORTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT
    1 NORTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    2 NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE LIBRARY
    1 NURSING, STATE BOARD OF
    1 OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE BUREAU
    1 OKLAHOMA DEPT OF LIBRARIES
    5 ONEIDA COUNTY
    8 OWYHEE COUNTY
    2 PARKS & RECREATION, DEPT OF
    9 PAYETTE COUNTY
    1 PEACE OFFICERS STANDARDS & TRAINING ACADEMY
    2 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, OFFICE OF
    1 PHARMACY, IDAHO STATE BOARD OF
    7 POWER COUNTY
    1 PROFESSIONAL-TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    9 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
    1 PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD
    1 REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
    2 RETIREMENT SYSTEM, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
    1 RHODE ISLAND STATE LAW LIBRARY
    4 SECRETARY OF STATE, IDAHO
    15 SHOSHONE COUNTY
    1 SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
    1 SOUTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1 TAX APPEALS, BOARD OF STATE OF IDAHO
    18 TAX COMMISSION, IDAHO STATE
    1 TENNESSEE STATE LAW LIBRARY
    6 TETON COUNTY
    12 TRANSPORTATION, DEPT OF
    1 TREASURER, OFFICE OF THE STATE
    27 TWIN FALLS COUNTY
    33 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO
    1 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO LIBRARY
    1 UTAH STATE LAW LIBRARY
    10 VALLEY COUNTY
    1 VERMONT STATE LIBRARY
    1 VIRGINIA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1 VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
    10 WASHINGTON COUNTY
    1 WASHINGTON STATE LAW LIBRARY
    4 WATER RESOURCES, DEPT OF
    1 WYOMING STATE LIBRARY
      Darrell Manning made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. David High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.



33. SUB-COMMITTEE
    Discuss interpretation of Idaho State Travel Policies and Procedures, 12.B. on partial day reimbursement when meals are furnished as part of a conference registration fee.
      The Sub-Committee members discussed partial day meal reimbursement when conference registration provides meals. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda of the amended wording as written. Darrell Manning seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
          “If meals are furnished as part of a conference registration fee, the employee shall be reimbursed for meals not provided at the partial day meal reimbursement rate, pursuant to Appendix B.”




INFORMATIONAL AGENDA
    STATE INSURANCE FUND

34. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of May 2000.
      Estimated expenditure for workers $8,500,000.00
      compensation claim costs, dividends
      and premium refunds

    Funds Expended in April 2000:

      Workers Compensation Claim Costs $ 6,951,542.15
      Dividend 5,116.26
      Commissions 921,307.21
      Policy Refunds 125,684.62
      Total $ 8,003,650.24

35. Estimate of the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft for the month of May 2000.

      Estimated expenditures for $750,000.00
      Petroleum Storage Tank Fund
    Fund expended in April 2000:

      Payroll $ 54,933.52
      Operations 19,435.02
      Claim Costs 225,043.52
      Total $299,412.06
      Darrell Manning made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
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