STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
MINUTES – Sub-committee Meeting
August 2, 2011 – 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 1:31 p.m. pursuant to Idaho Code §67-2002 and by order of the chair.
The following members were present: Wayne Hammon, Division of Financial Management; Tim Hurst, Deputy Secretary of State; Brian Kane, Deputy Attorney General, and Brandon Woolf, Office of the State Controller, as assisting secretary to the subcommittee.
Also present by invitation were: Jarod Dick, Bureau of Homeland Security; David Fulkerson, Division of Financial Management; Brent Reinke, Department of Correction; Dan Goicoechea, Office of the State Controller; and Deborah Wonch, Office of the State Controller.
Approval of official minutes for the meeting of the Sub-committee to the Board of Examiners on July 12, 2011.
Discussion: Mr. Hammon would like to change the wording item six to say “status of over limit loads” instead of “mega loads”. He also pointed out a grammatical error.
Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 1 as amended. Mr. Kane seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
2. Bureau of Homeland Security
Discussion: Mr. Dick explained that they have been in contact with the insurance company of the first incident item and it’s in the process of moving through.
Date to Board
HazMat – Fuel Spill
|Overturned commercial vehicle near Lewiston, ID. Insurance company is involved. (Nez Perce County)||08/02/2011|
HazMat – Fuel Spill
|Submerged vehicle/boat in Mann Creek Reservoir. Insurance company is involved. (Washington County)||08/02/2011|
Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 2 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Kane seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
3. Military Division
Request for approval pursuant to Idaho Code §72-928 of payment of worker’s compensation claims for members of the Idaho National Guard, resulting while the soldier was on duty in the amount of $2,526.33.
Discussion: Mr. Hammon asked how long this compensation continues.
Mr. Woolf responded that the soldier was killed in a helicopter crash in June 1997 and the compensation claim will continue until May 20, 2013.
Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 3 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Kane seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
4. Ada County Sheriff’s Office
Request for approval 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 April 2011 through June 2011.
Mileage at $.40 per mile…$1257.12
Mileage at $.25 per mile…$2191.28
Total of Claim:…$3448.40
Discussion: Mr. Woolf commented that the State Controller’s Office had reviewed these amounts and looked to be in order.
Resolution: Mr. Hurst moved to approve item 4 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Kane seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
5. Military Division
Ratification of military contracts:
NGBID-11-C-0013 for project 578 Classroom Renovation and Infrastructure.
NGBID-11-C-0011 for project Building 810 Parking Lot Expansion.
Resolution: Mr. Kane moved to approve item 5 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Hurst seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
6. Department of Correction
Request for a permanent vehicle assignment to a Community Corrections Investigator.
Discussion: Dir. Reinke explained they are asking for a vehicle assignment for an individual from Eastern Idaho. The employee is working part time in the infusion center at Idaho State Police and on an absconder team working with the U.S. Marshal’s and the FBI. His job occurs 24/7 and often is on the weekends. The vehicle needs to be unmarked and will be older in order to blend in.
Mr. Hurst asked where the employee’s regular duty assignment is.
Dir. Reinke responded the central office in Boise.
Mr. Hurst asked what his role would be.
Dir. Reinke said there are between 1,200 and 1,300 absconders across the state. Col. Russell has asked for assistance at the infusion center at ISP since the center’s inception. This person will be working at the office part time for 15-18 hours a week, but also will respond with the U.S. Marshal’s, gang taskforce, and other agencies to pick up absconders.
Mr. Hammon asked if the employee has been schooled on how he can use the car and that it not be for personal use. The Board policy says the vehicle is assigned to the person, not to the position.
Mr. Reinke responded that the employee is aware of the rules of vehicle usage.
Resolution: Mr. Kane moved to approve item 6 and place it on the consent agenda. Mr. Hurst seconded the motion. The motion carried on a unanimous voice vote.
7. Office of the Attorney General
Notification that Anthony M. Valdez of the firm of Valdez Law Office, PLLC, has been appointed pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409 as Special Deputy Attorney General for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho, Industrial Special Indemnity Fund, in the case of Lloyd Curry.
8. State Insurance Fund
a. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of
b. Estimate of the Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft for the month of June, 2011.
Estimated expenditure for workers compensation claim costs, dividends and premium refunds
Funds Expended in June, 2011:
Workers Compensation Claim Costs
Estimated expenditure for Petroleum Clean Water Trust Fund
Funds Expended in June, 2011:
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