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MINUTES
SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
July 5, 2001 – 9:00 a.m.
Office of State Controller – Fifth Floor Conference Room A


Attending: Brian Whitlock, Office of Governor
        Ben Ysursa, Office of Secretary of State
        Bridget Vaughan, Office of Attorney General, representing David High
        Steve Kenyon, Office of State Controller, representing Keith Johnson

Visitors Attending:
        Gavin Gee, Department of Finance
        Lou Pachoni, Filicetti Law Office
        Joseph Filicetti, Filicetti Law Office
        John Olmstead
        Peggy White, Deputy Attorney General, Idaho State Police
        Marty Peterson, University of Idaho State Controller's Office
        Keith Hasselquist, State Board of Education
        Sara Jones, Division of Professional Technical Education
        Carol Joyce, Boise State University
        Alan Winkle, Public Employee Retirement System
        Gary Broker, Department of Health and Welfare
        Tim O’Leary, Idaho State Police
        Sue Simmons, Department of Transportation
        Dr. Roger Vega, Department of Agriculture
        Susan Lowman-Thomas, Division of Veterans Services
        Mark Lowe, Lava Hot Springs
        Steve Barton, Department of Fish and Game
        Gary Ward, Bureau of Hazardous Materials


1. FILICETTI LAW OFFICEJoseph P. Filicetti, attorney; John Olmstead; and Peggy White,
Deputy Attorney General
    Request for authorization to pay John Olmsted, Investigator with Idaho State Police, 1,894 hours compensatory and vacation hours from April 1972 through May 1974 in the amount of $41,554.36 at his hourly rate of pay of $21.94. Mr. Olmsted retired from state service in May 2001.
      (see attached minutes of hearing)

2. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCEGavin M. Gee, Director
    Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $8,600 for James Just, bank examiner, from Sandpoint, Idaho. This would be paid from dedicated funds.

      Gavin Gee stated he would like to reimburse moving expenses for a recent hire from Sandpoint. Ben Ysursa asked if the new hire had reported to work and Mr. Gee said he has been hired but not on board. Ben inquired what the new hire was told because the reimbursement of the sale of a home is only eligible for employees with six months service who are transferring, and the move should be pre-approved before hire. Ben also mentioned a contract must be signed by the new hire that they will pay back moving expenses if they voluntarily resign within one year. Mr. Gee stated no absolute commitments were made to the employee, that his employment begins the middle of July and his house is not up for sale yet. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda with the stipulation that they abide by the Moving Policy. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    UNIVERSITY OF IDAHOMarty Peterson

3. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $4,000 for Dr. Georgia Cobbs, Associate Professor for the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in the College of Education, effective August 19, 2001, from Missoula, Montana to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.

4. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for Dr. James Gregson, Director of the Department of Adult, Counselor, and Technical Education in the College of Education, effective June 25, 2001, from Stillwater, Oklahoma to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.

5. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for Steve Janowiak, Assistant Director for Student Activities and Leadership for the Idaho Commons, effective August 6, 2001, from Danville, Indiana to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval of items #3-5 by the Sub-Committee. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

6. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $10,000 for Steve Beckley, Executive Director for Student Benefits, Health and Wellness, effective June 24, 2001, from Lone Tree, Colorado to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from appropriated state funds.

7. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $7,000 for Dr. James Lorenzen, Associate Professor for the Department of Plant, Soil, and Entomological Science in the College of Agriculture, effective August 1, 2001, from Fargo, North Dakota, to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from appropriated state funds.

8. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $9,000 Dr. Armando McDonald, Association Professor for the College of Natural Resources, Department of Forest Products, effective December 3, 2001, from Rotorua, New Zealand to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.

9. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $10,000 for Dr. Robert Hiromoto, Chair, for the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering, effective July 1, 2001, from San Antonio, Texas to Moscow, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.

10. Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $7,000 for Dr. Vivek Utgikar, Assistant Professor for the College of Engineering, effective June 24, 2001, from Fairfield, Ohio to Idaho Falls, Idaho. This will be from non-appropriated state funds.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval of items #6-10 on the Consent Agenda. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


    LEWIS CLARK STATE COLLEGEKeith Hasselquist, State Board of Education
11. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses for the position of Instructor, Division of Literature and Languages, in the amount of $1,500, effective July 1, 2001. This will be from appropriated state funds.

12. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses for the position of Lecturer, Division of Fine and Performing Art, in the amount of $1,500, effective August 16, 2001. This will be from appropriated state funds.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval of items #11-12 by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

13. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses for Dr. Dene Thomas, President, Executive Management, in a negotiable amount, effective July 9, 2001. This will be from appropriated state funds.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval of item #13 by the Sub-Committee with the stipulation that it not be over $5,000. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

14. DIVISION OF PROFESSIONAL-TECHNICAL EDUCATIONSara Jones,
    Administrative Assistant
    SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $3,400 for an Emergency Service Training Coordinator. The salary for this position is $41,000.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


    BOISE STATE UNIVERSITYCarol Joyce
15. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the following:

Position PCN Department Salary
    Regional Consult SW Spcl Ed
2740
Elementary Ed. & Spec. Studies
56,100
general
Educational Consult SW Spcl Ed
2739
Elementary Ed. & Spec. Studies
45,300
general
Asst. Prof. – Business
2514
College Business & Economics
73,000
general
Assoc.Prof. – Reading
2389
Elementary Ed. & Spec. Studies
45,000
general
Sports Information Director
3015
Athletics
33,900
Local
Asst. or Assoc. Prof. – Reading
2498
Elementary Ed. & Spec. Studies
42,000
general
Prof. - Reading Center Director
2508
Elementary Ed. & Spec. Studies
50,482
general
Application Systems Analyst
3055
Office of Information Technology
55,000
general
Technical Support Specialist
1236
Office of Information Technology
40,400
general
Asst. Prof. - Music EducationDepartment of Music
38,000
general
Senior Developer Analyst
1524
Office of Information Technology
60,000
general
Developer Analyst – Finance
1289
Office of Information Technology
45,000
general
Web Developer Analyst
1290
Office of Information Technology
45,000
general
      Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee for #15 up to $5,000. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

16. Request for authorization to reimburse additional moving expenses of $2,000.00 (initial expenses of $5,000.00 were approved 12/2000) for Dr. Amitabha Das, Associate Professor for the Electrical-Computer Engineering. Dr. Das is relocating from Singapore.


17. Request for authorization to reimburse additional moving expenses of $661.58 (initial expenses of $5,000.00 were approved 12/2000) for Xio "Scott" Qiao., Postdoctoral Fellow for the Electrical Engineering. Scott is relocating from Ontario, Canada.

18. Request for authorization to reimburse additional moving expenses of $4,750.00 (initial expenses of $5,000.00 were approved 12/2000) for Dr. John Owens, Vice President Research. Dr. Owens is relocating from Auburn, AL.
      Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items #16-18. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

19. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEMAlan Winkle, Executive Director

    Request for authorization to raise the vacation accrual cap for three key fiscal employees until December 31, 2001 while implementing the transmittal phase of the Galena System.

              Barbara Weirick Financial Unit Supervisor
              Debbie Buck Financial Technician
              Sue Zweifel Financial Technician
      Alan Winkle stated they are requesting the removal of vacation caps for the three employees until December 31, 2001 for the last phase of the Galena System. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFAREGary Broker, Administrator, Division of Management Services
20. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses in an amount up to $4,500 for Mr. Jared Bartschi, Disease Intervention/Surveillance Specialist with the STD/AIDS Program in the Health Division, from Red Bluff, California.
      Gary Broker stated this request is for up to $4,500 and will be within the Moving Policy regulations. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

21. Request for authorization to pay vacation hours accrued above the maximum accrual allowed so that caps can be restored for the following employees. The vacation caps were removed with Board approval when they were assigned to work on the Electronic Benefits Transfer and Welfare Reform projects.
                    Brad Baird 281.2
                    Pam Wiley 174.6
      Gary Broker stated the two employees are the last ones without a vacation cap removal end date and they would like to pay the vacation balances because they have not been able to take time off. Ben expressed his concern that vacation caps don’t mean anything to employees, but he does not know what the answer is. Some employees don’t have their vacation cap removed and lose vacation. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


    IDAHO STATE POLICETim O’Leary, Human Resource Officer

22. Request for authorization to extend allowable time for reimbursement of home sale and moving expenses for Sergeant Ismael Gonzales who was promoted in July 1999 and was directed to move to Idaho Falls. He has been unsuccessful in his efforts to sell his home, has engaged several different realtors, and reduced his asking price by $20,000.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

23. Request for authorization to pay overtime to the following employees working under the guidelines of the Crime Scene Response Unit Grant (Byrne grant 00-BYRN-81-FL-1 and 01-BYRN-81-FL-180), which runs from July 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002 with $45,318 federal funds available. The total amount including state match is $65,009.
                  Senior and Principal Criminalist(2)
                  Criminalist/Lab Supervisor(s)
                  Latent Fingerprint Examiner Supervisor
                  DNA Technical Leader
      Tim O’Leary stated this is a request for pre-approval to pay overtime from July 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002 to the employees working with the Crime Science Response Unit Grant. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
    24. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONSue Simmons, Administrative Services Division
      Administrator
      SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for Victor Parrish, a new employee hired from outside the state.
        Sue Simmons stated they would like to reimburse Victor Parrish, a Training Specialist, up to $5,000 for moving expenses. Bridget Vaughan made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
      DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREDr. Roger Vega, Administrator, Plant Industries

    25. Request for approval for additional deficiency warrant spending authority in the amount of $300,000 for the 2001 Grasshopper Control Program. The Board of Examiners approved $150,000 for Grasshopper Control on February 13, 2001. Additional deficiency warrant spending is requested as follows:
              Funding approved by FY 2001 150,000
              Additional funding Requested 300,000
              Operating expenses $300,000
              Total to Date 450,000
        Dr. Roger Vega reported they are requesting additional spending authority for the grasshopper control program. Ben mentioned that this will cross fiscal years. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    26. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $1,000 for Ms. Bieberdorf, Senior Seed Analyst, from Fort Collins, Colorado to Boise, Idaho, effective July 2001.
        Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
      DIVISION OF VETERANS SERVICESSusan Lowman-Thomas, Senior Human Resource Specialist

    27. Request for authorization to lift the vacation cap for six months for Elfreide Meek, Registered Nurse. Ms. Meek’s vacation cap was lifted in January for six months because of the ongoing nursing shortages, and she has been unable to take sufficient time off during this six-month period to reduce her vacation balance. This will give her another six months for her to use her vacation.

        Susan Lowman-Thomas stated they would like to lift the vacation cap for Ms. Meek to give her an additional six months to use her vacation. She said it is very difficult to hire nurses who will work the night shift. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    28. Request for authorization to pay 340.5 hours compensatory time to Patrick Duane Teague, Veterans Services Program Supervisor, accrued because of a number of conditions including the change in funding source from general funds to Medicaid payment, and the untimely vacancy of two veterans service officer positions.
        Susan Lowman-Thomas requested that Patrick Teague’s comp time balance be paid as he is unable to take the time off, and his vacation is nearing max. Bridget Vaughan made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    29. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 per applicant for the positions of Home Administrator for the Idaho State Veterans Home – Boise, and Division Administrator to be appointed during fiscal year 2002.
        Susan Lowman-Thomas stated they are requesting two positions be pre-approved for reimbursing moving expenses. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    30. OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERALMark Lowe, Lava Hot Springs
      Request for approval of a Ground Lease between the State of Idaho, acting through the Lava Hot Springs Foundation, and lessee, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-4002.
        Mark Lowe reported this is a ground lease for idle land at Lava Hot Springs. The developer has put together a package for an upscale lodging development. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

      DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAMESteve Barton, Chief, Bureau of Administration

    31. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $1,000 for Mr. Craig White, Wildlife Research Biologist in Lewiston, Idaho, from Bogart, Georgia to Lewiston.

    32. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for Mr. Thomas Keegan, Regional Wildlife Manager in Salmon, Idaho, from Olympia, Washington to Salmon.
        Steve Barton reported they would like to reimburse moving expenses for #31 and 32 and said the new hires have not moved. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    33. Request for authorization to pay 472.0 hours compensatory time for Gary Rasco, Project Manager on seven major projects for the department. This is for hours earned through June 8, 2001 to be paid on July 20, 2001.
        Steve Barton stated they would like to pay Gary Rasco’s comp time for hours accrued while working on seven major projects. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
      BUREAU OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS - Gary Ward
    Bureau of Hazardous Materials Report for June 2001
    ID #
    Description
    Amount
    Comments
    Taken to boe
    34. 2001-1645Boxed Drug Lab brought to police station
    $436.88
    Responsible party unknown
    yes
    35. 2001-0430Drug Lab
    $373.67
    Meth Lab in Trash
    yes
    36. 2001-0612Drug Lab
    $243.77
    yes
    37. 2001-0608Drug Lab
    $1,078.73
    yes
    38. 2001-0676Drug Lab
    $281.29
    yes
    39. 2001-0761Drug Lab
    $489.30
    drug lab on fire
    yes
    40. 2001-0833Drug Lab
    $241.72
    yes
    41. 2001-0859Drug Lab
    $1,230.59
    2.3 mi off hwy95/cnty rd 4
    yes
    42. 2001-0739Drug Lab
    $875.12
    yes
    43. 2001-0871Drug Lab
    $974.53
    yes
    44. 2001-1014Drug Lab
    $334.75
    yes
    45. 2001-1083Drug Lab
    $5,233.60
    Responsible party unknown
    yes
    46. 2001-1085two 55 gal drums in alley, unk substance
    $487.63
    Responsible party unknown
    yes
    47. 2001-1241Drug Lab
    $570.74
    open field w/ lab trash on ground
    yes
    48. 2001-1162Drug Lab
    $242.47
    yes
    49. 2001-1928Drug Lab
    $1,539.88
    Abandoned drug items in field
    yes
    TOTALS
    $14,634.67
        Gary Ward reported Items #34-39 are requests for deficiency warrants for hazardous materials. He said he submitted a list of collections. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


    50. ADA COUNTY PROSECUTOR
      Request for reimbursement of closed cases handled by the Ada County Prosecutor dealing with the prosecution of State Penitentiary inmates through December 31, 2000 in the amount of $6,404.37 and January 12, 2001 in the amount of $533.37 for a total of $6,937.71. Legislative Services Office has audited this claim, found one exception in the amount of $58.15, and recommends payment of $6,995.86.
        Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously


    51. RATIFICATION OF APPROVAL
      Ratification of June 14, 2001 Board of Examiners approval of death benefit payments to the families of Corporals James Moulson and Phillip Anderson, who were killed in the line of duty on January 3, 2001 in Eden, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-2028.
        Steve Kenyon reported he has been contacted by the IRS regarding the letter sent by the State Controller’s Office inquiring if the death benefit payments are taxable. The request has been reviewed by four IRS offices in the northwest and they all agree it should be taxable. If a private letter ruling is requested, it will cost $4,000. Steve mentioned we may want to contact PERSI regarding proposed legislative changes to a 401A plan for death benefit payments. He said other states pay similar payments from a 401A plan, which are not taxable.

      OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

    52. Notification that R. Michael Southcombe of the firm of Elam & Burke has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Idaho State Department of Agriculture Matters relating to claims against Commodity Indemnity Account Program (CIAP), resulting from failure of Jefferson Grain & Seed, Inc., pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

    53. Notification that R. Michael Southcombe of the firm of Elam & Burke has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Idaho State Department of Agriculture Matters relating to claims against Commodity Indemnity Account Program (CIAP), resulting from failure of Residential AG, Inc, fdba Curry Bain Co., Inc. – U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Idaho, Case No. 0140510, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

    54. Notification that Steven K. Tolman of Tolman Law Offices, has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Brown, et al. v. Walton, et al., Case No. CV-01-1388, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

    55. Notification that Richard E. Hall of Hall, Farley, Oberrecht & Blanton has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Barlow v. Univ. of Idaho, et al., Case No. CV-01-00054, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.
        Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items #52-55. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


    56. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE
      Request for approval of the 2001 Idaho Code Annual Distribution List, pursuant to Idaho Code §73-212.

      agency
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    ADA COUNTY
    49
    ADAMS COUNTY
    7
    ADMINISTRATION, DEPT. OF
    6
    AGING, IDAHO OFFICE ON
    1
    AGRICULTURE, DEPT. OF
    5
    ALABAMA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1
    ARIZONA DEPT OF LIBRARY & ARCHIVES
    1
    ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF
    44
    BANNOCK COUNTY
    33
    BAR, IDAHO STATE
    1
    BEAR LAKE COUNTY
    6
    BENEWAH COUNTY
    10
    BINGHAM COUNTY
    13
    BLAINE COUNTY
    12
    BLIND, IDAHO COMMISSION OF THE
    1
    BOISE COUNTY
    6
    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
    1
    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
    DIVISION OF VETERANS SERVICES
    1
    EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF
    1
    EDUCATION, STATE DEPT OF
    5
    ELMORE COUNTY
    15
    ENDOWMENT FUND INVESTMENT BOARD
    1
    ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS, BOARD OF
    1
    ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, DIVISION OF
    7
    FINANCE, DEPT OF
    2
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF
    5
    FISH & GAME, DEPT OF
    8
    FLORIDA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1
    FRANKLIN COUNTY
    8
    FREMONT COUNTY
    4
    GEM COUNTY
    10
    GOODING COUNTY
    10
    GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF THE
    4
    HAWAII SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY
    1
    HEALTH & WELFARE, DIV OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    32
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, CENTRAL
    1
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, CONFERENCE OF ID'S SEVEN PUBLIC
    1
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, DISTRICT SEVEN
    1
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, NORTH CENTRAL
    1
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, PANHANDLE
    2
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, SOUTHEASTERN
    1
    HEALTH DISTRICTS, SOUTHWESTERN
    1
    HUMAN RESOURCES, DEPT OF
    2
    HUMAN RIGHTS, COMMISSION ON
    1
    IDAHO COUNTY
    9
    IDAHO STATE LIBRARY
    2
    IDAHO STATE POLICE
    26
    IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY
    3
    INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
    5
    INSURANCE FUND, STATE
    2
    INSURANCE, DEPARTMENT OF
    3
    IOWA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1
    JEFFERSON COUNTY
    7
    JEROME COUNTY
    14
    JUVENILE CORRECTION CENTER
    1
    JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, DEPT OF
    1
    KANSAS SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY
    1
    KENTUCKY STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1
    KOOTENAI COUNTY
    40
    LABOR, DEPT OF
    6
    LANDS, DEPT OF
    5
    LATAH COUNTY
    15
    LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
    1
    LAW LIBRARY, IDAHO SUPREME COURT
    43
    LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR
    2
    LEGISLATIVE BUDGET OFFICE
    3
    LEGISLATIVE SERVICES
    12
    LEGISLATURE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
    25
    LEGISLATURE, SENATE
    18
    LEMHI COUNTY
    8
    LEWIS COUNTY
    13
    LEWIS-CLARK STATE COLLEGE
    5
    LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF
    1
    LINCOLN COUNTY
    8
    LIQUOR DISPENSARY
    1
    LOCAL HIGHWAY TECHNICAL ASSIST. COUNCIL(LHTAC)
    1
    MADISON COUNTY
    9
    MAINE LAW & LEG REFERENCE LIBRARY
    1
    MEDICINE, STATE BOARD OF
    1
    MILITARY DIVISION
    1
    MINIDOKA COUNTY
    12
    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
    1
    NEZ PERCE COUNTY
    17
    NORTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT
    1
    NORTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1
    NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE LIBRARY
    2
    NURSING, STATE BOARD OF
    1
    OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE BUREAU
    1
    ONEIDA COUNTY
    5
    OWYHEE COUNTY
    8
    PARKS & RECREATION, DEPT OF
    2
    PAYETTE COUNTY
    9
    PEACE OFFICERS STANDARDS & TRAINING ACADEMY
    1
    PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, OFFICE OF
    2
    PHARMACY, IDAHO STATE BOARD OF
    1
    POWER COUNTY
    7
    PROFESSIONAL-TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    1
    PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
    9
    PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTORS LIC BD
    1
    REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
    1
    RETIREMENT SYSTEM, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
    2
    RHODE ISLAND STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1
    SECRETARY OF STATE, IDAHO
    4
    SHOSHONE COUNTY
    15
    SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
    1
    SOUTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
    1
    TAX APPEALS, BOARD OF
    1
    TAX COMMISSION, IDAHO STATE
    18
    TETON COUNTY
    6
    TRANSPORTATION, DEPT OF
    12
    TREASURER, OFFICE OF THE STATE
    1
    TWIN FALLS COUNTY
    27
    UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO
    33
    UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO LIBRARY
    1
    STATE OF UTAH LAW LIBRARY
    1
    VALLEY COUNTY
    10
    VERMONT STATE LIBRARY
    1
    VIRGINIA STATE LAW LIBRARY
    1
    VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
    1
    WASHINGTON COUNTY
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          Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Bridget Vaughan seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.



      NFORMATIONAL AGENDA
        STATE INSURANCE FUND

      57. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of June 2001.
          Estimated expenditure for workers $10,000,000.00
          compensation claim costs, dividends
          and premium refunds

        Funds Expended in May 2001:

          Workers Compensation Claim Costs $ 6,554,138.11
          Dividend -0-
          Commissions 9,449.95
          Policy Refunds 172,414.99
                              Total $ 6,736,003.05

      58. Estimate of the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft or the month of June 2001.

          Estimated expenditures for $750,000.00
          Petroleum Storage Tank Fund
        Fund expended in May 2001:

          Payroll $ 45,555.15
          Operations 25,043.08
          Claim Costs 302,596.63
          Total $ 373,194.86
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