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MINUTES
SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS
August 15, 2002 – 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
        David High, Office of Attorney General
        Steve Kenyon, Office of State Controller, representing Keith Johnson

Visitors Attending:
        David Tolman, Department of Transportation
        Stephen C. Brown, Attorney
        Gary Broker, Department of Health and Welfare
        Rich Garber, University of Idaho
        Rita Foltman, State Board of Education
        Carol Joyce, Boise State University
        Brandi Thomas, Department of Corrections
        Blake Morgan, Military Division
        Kathy Osborn, Department of Environmental Quality
        Richard Jones, Division of Veterans Services
        Susan Lowman-Thomas, Division of Veterans Services
        Betsy Johnson, Department of Parks and Recreation
        Richard K. Markuson, Board of Pharmacy
        Gary Ward, Bureau of Hazardous Materials
        Chuck Severn, State Controller’s Office


1. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONDavid Tolman, Controller
    ELLIS, BROWN & SHEILS, CHARTEDStephen C. Brown, Attorney
    Request for authorization of death benefits to the family of pilot Jay Morris who was killed March 12, 2002 in a plane accident while transporting a Juvenile Corrections officer and a juvenile prisoner, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-2028. While the pilot of the plane is not classified as a police officer, or corrections officer, he was performing the duty of transporting a juvenile prisoner.

    Stephen C. Brown, Attorney, represents Jennifer Crank, the 17 year-old daughter of Jay Lee Morris.
      See attached minutes of meeting – recommendation to the Board of Examiners is to deny the claim. The Board can consider seeking clarification of legislative intent and if the original legislative intent was to allow this kind of payment to occur under this section of our code, we work to change that and make it retroactive to cover Mr. Jay Morris.

2. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONDavid Tolman, Controller
    Request for authorization to lift the vacation cap for Bryan Brown until October 26, 2002. Bryan was hired from Boise State University and his vacation balance at BSU that was transferred (233.9 hours) exceeds the vacation maximum allowed for a classified state employee with less than 5 years of service, which is 192 hours. ITD will work with Bryan to reduce his balance to below the authorized cap by October 26.
      Dave Tolman reported they are requesting to lift the vacation cap until October 26, 2002 for an employee who transferred from Boise State University with a vacation balance that exceeds allowable classified state employees balance. Education sets their leave policy, which differs from the state policy. This will allow Mr. Brown to reduce his vacation balance below the state level. David High made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


3. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFAREGary Broker, Deputy Director, Division of Management Services
    SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $2,000 for Bruce Cheeseman for the position of Health Policy Supervisor of the Public Health Preparedness program. He will be moving from Elkton, Maryland.
      Gary Broker stated they would like to reimburse moving expenses up to $2,000 for this position. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


4. UNIVERSITY OF IDAHOMarty Peterson
    SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the following open position:
        Position Department
        Research Engineer 3 Microelectronics Research & Communications
      Mr. Rich Garber attended representing Marty Peterson and stated this request is to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the new position. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


5. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY - Keith Hasselquist, Board of Education

SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses for the following positions currently undergoing the search and recruiting process for the academic year 2002-2003.
      Position Department Amount
      College of Arts & Sciences
      Assistant Lecturer English & Philosophy $ 500.00
      Assistant Professor Music $2,000.00
      College of Health Professions
      1st Year Residents (5 positions) Family Medicine $1,000.00 each
      Post Doctoral Researcher Institute of Rural Health $2,000.00
      Assistant Professor Counseling $2,000.00
      Library
      Health Sciences Librarian Library $2,000.00
      Instruction Librarian Library $2,000.00
      Idaho Museum of Natural History
      Director Museum $5,000.00
      Research
      Associate GIS Director GIS Research Center $4,000.00
      Student Services
      Asst Director/Intramural Prog Campus Recreation $ 500.00
      Associate Registrar Registration & Records $2,000.00
      Rita Foltman attended representing Keith Hasselquist and stated all requests from ISU are to reimburse moving expenses from $500.00 up to $5,000. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
    BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY – Carol Joyce

6. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses of $397.24 to cover U-haul and gasoline expenses for position of Video Director, Athletics Department.
      Carol Joyce stated this request is to cover U-Haul and gasoline expenses in the amount of $397.24 for the position of Video Director. David High made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


7. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the following positions:
      Position Department
      Assistant/AD – Student Services Athletics
      Assistant Football Coach Athletics
      Academic Advisor Athletics
      Instructor, Computer Network Technology College of Applied Technology
      Instructor, Computer Network Technology College of Applied Technology
      Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball Athletics

      Carol Joyce stated this request is to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the open positions. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


8. Request for authorization for an exception to State Policy VI by allowing reimbursement to Dr. Sharon Darling for transporting her vehicle with the moving company, and to reimburse additional moving expenses of $255.05 for the vehicle transport. This position was approved for moving reimbursement of up to $5,000 by the Sub-Committee in July, 2002, and this request would bring the total reimbursement to $5,255.05. Dr. Darling is a new member of the Elementary Education and Specialized Studies Department faculty and is traveling from Atlanta, George to Boise, a distance of approximately 2,200 miles. She is a single woman and is uncomfortable driving such a long distance by herself.
      Carol Joyce stated the Dean verbally promised the moving reimbursement without Board approval. The request is to approve an exception to transport her vehicle and reimburse additional moving expenses of $255.05 for the transport. Dave High made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


9. (1) Request for authorization to reimburse additional moving expenses of $3,000 for Dr. Borinara Park, Tenure Track Faculty, Construction Management. This position was approved for a moving allowance of up to $5,000 by the Sub-Committee in July, 2002, and this request would bring the total reimbursement to $8,000.
    (2) BSU is also requesting approval to make an exception to State Policy VI by allowing reimbursement to Dr. Borinara Park for transporting his vehicle with the moving company. Dr. Park accepted the position on short notice, which made it impossible to move 2,400 miles across country within the limited timeframe. The College of Engineering, Construction Management, will provide funding from its local funds for the additional charges.

      Carol Joyce stated the Dean verbally promised the moving reimbursement without Board approval. The request is to approve an exception to transport his vehicle and reimburse additional moving expenses of $3,000. Carol said Dean Lynn Russell will attend the Board meeting and explain the request. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval of #9. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. This will be on the Regular Agenda.

    DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Brandi Thomas, Personnel/Payroll Supervisor, Human Resource Services

10. Request for authorization to pay PERSI the 8% interest portion charged on any delinquent contributions for five (5) training specialists employees who were incorrectly coded for the Rule of 90, when they were eligible for the Rule of 80. The employees were reinstated to the Rule of 80 in February, 2002 but they have a debit adjustment to pay back to PERSI by February 1, 2003, to get them caught up to the Rule of 80. Department of Corrections would like to pay the 8% interest portion charged on any delinquent contribution not paid by PERSI’s deadline of February 1, 2003, for up to one (1) year. If the employee still has an open balance after February 1, 2004, the employee will then be responsible for the interest charged at that point forward.
      Brandi Thomas stated the request is to pay PERSI the interest charged on any delinquent contributions for employees who were incorrectly coded for the Rule of 90 instead of the Rule of 80. If the adjustments are not paid by February 1, 2003, they would like to pay the interest charged until February 1, 2004. She said some of the employees are looking at legal action but the department does not want to set a precedent by paying all the adjustment monies. Dave High mentioned the Gain Sharing issue and said PERSI could calculate the amount. Steve Kenyon mentioned the possible tax issues if employees receive the Gain Sharing funds that are not in a 401K. He said he would be happy to meet with Brandi and PERSI to see how they could solve the issue, if the director would like. Dave High made a motion to recommend approval equal to what otherwise would have been deposited if the director chooses and the tax situation is not complex. Brian Whitlock made a substitute motion to recommend approval of the request if the director or Board of Corrections chooses to give staff Gain Sharing, with help from the State Controller’s Office. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. This will be on the Consent Agenda. Brandi later notified me they would like to include the approval of the Gain Sharing reimbursement. Terri Tomisser, Human Resource Specialist, will attend the Board meeting.

11. Request for authorization to lift the vacation accrual cap until November 1, 2002 for Correctional Officer Manuel Quintal. Due to the current staffing situation, he is unable to take an extended amount of vacation until October, 2002. He will take 3 weeks in October and should have his vacation drastically reduced by November 1.
      Brandi stated they would like to lift the vacation cap for the Correctional Officer until November 1, 2002. She said the employee will reduce his leave balance in October when he takes 3 weeks vacation. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


12. MILITARY DIVISIONBlake Morgan
    Request for authorization to pay 267.0 hours compensatory time to Ms. Lynn Slappey, accrued while she was performing her new role in the development of the Federal Obligation Tracking System for the Air National Guard’s Civil Engineering Squadrons. It is not possible for Ms. Slappey to take the comp time off, and she has reached her maximum annual leave accrual. The Federal Government is willing to provide the funds to pay for the comp time.
      Blake Morgan stated they would like to pay 267.0 hours compensatory time for Lynn Slappey. He said the Military policy is to not allow more than 30 hours comp time but this situation was approved by her supervisor at the Air National Guard and was incurred while developing a Civil Engineer Tracking System program that was accepted nationally. Once her comp time has been paid she will have to keep her balance to not more than 30 hours. Dave High made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYKathy Osborn, Human Resource Officer

13. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $1,500 for the position of Office Manager in the Idaho Falls INEEL Oversight Program. They would like to offer Ms. Lezlie Aller the position. The reimbursement would be paid 100% from federal funds.
      Kathy Osborn stated they would like to reimburse moving expenses up to $1,500 for the position in Idaho Falls. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


14. SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the position of Stationary Source Program in the Air Quality Division. The pool of qualified candidates is so limited it is necessary to fill the position with a candidate from another state.
      Kathy Osborn stated they would like to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the position in the Air Quality Division. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Dave High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    DIVISION OF VETERANS SERVICES Richard Jones, Administrator and Susan Lowman-Thomas, Senior Human Resource Specialist
15. Request for authorization to recognize a FY 2003 miscellaneous expenditure of $170.00 to properly replenish funds stolen from the Veteran’s Home petty cash account. The door and padlock to the safe have been re-keyed to safeguard against this happening in the future.
      Richard Jones reported $170.00 was reported missing from a petty cash box, which they investigated. It was discovered the funds were not balanced on a daily basis, there was too many people who had access, and the safe was not locked. They have tightened security to assure this will not happen in the future. Steve Allison, Administrator, Division of Statewide Accounting, reported that the Fiscal Policy Advisory Group has been working on a policy on this issue, which they will be distributing soon. Dave High made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
16. Request for authorization to lift the vacation accrual cap for six (6) months for Joyce Ritchie, Shipping/Receiving Clerk. This employee fulfills a critical function and is responsible for ensuring that all supplies (with the exception of those for the dietary unit) for the facility are ordered, received and delivered, which includes critical medical supplies needed for resident care. She shares these duties with her supervisor, the storekeeper, who is currently off work with a back injury. In his absence, Ms. Ritchie will have to conduct her own duties, as well as fill in for duties conducted by the storekeeper. During this temporary situation it will be very difficult for her to use much leave.
      Susan Lowman-Thomas stated they would like to lift the vacation cap for six months for Joyce Ritchie. She said Joyce had donated 40 hours of vacation leave, which will be used by a state employee for sick leave. This will help reduce her vacation balance also. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


17. DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONBetsy Johnson, Human Resource Officer
    SUB-COMMITTEE APPROVAL - Request for authorization to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the position of P&R Planner located in Idaho Falls. They are anticipating several out of state candidates.
      Betsy Johnson stated they would like to reimburse moving expenses up to $5,000 for the position in Idaho Falls. Brian Whitlock made a motion to recommend approval by the Sub-Committee. Ben Ysursa seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


18. BOARD OF PHARMACYRichard K. Markuson, Executive Director
    Request for authorization to assign four state vehicles to the following positions at the Board of Pharmacy:
      Field Inspectors (2 vehicles)
        Three Field Inspectors assigned to different areas of the state, performs inspections of community pharmacies, hospital pharmacies, long term care facilities, veterinary drug outlets and other retail outlets. One Field Inspector provides their own vehicle.

      Chief Compliance Officer (1 vehicle)
        Spends the majority of time in the field assisting the other compliance officers, particularly in Western Idaho, with more technical issues, store remodels, opening, closings and complaints.

      Controller Substance Diversion Investigator (1 vehicle)
        Responsible for the entire state for investigating the diversion of controlled substances from drug outlets e.g. pharmacies, hospitals, long term care facilities, by practitioners, etc.
      Richard Markuson stated they would like to assign four state vehicles to inspectors and investigators who are required to spend most of their time in the field. They may purchase another vehicle when an employee retired and will request assignment approval. The State Travel Policy, Section 9, required Board of Examiners approval for vehicle assignment. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda. Dave High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

    BUREAU OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Gary Ward

    Request for authorization to issue deficiency warrants for reimbursement of response costs incurred, pursuant to Idaho Code 39-7110.
BUREAU OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REPORT FOR JULY 2002
ID#
Description
Amount
Comments
E-Mailed
Taken
19. 2002-0847
Drug Lab
$ 578.63
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
20. 2002-1105
Drug Lab
$ 735.87
lab in vehicle
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
21. 2002-1106
Drug Lab
$ 602.32
lab in vehicle
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
22. 2002-1230
Drug Lab
$ 1,693.32
Typical
7/12/2002
8/15/2002
23. 2002-1238
Drug Lab
$ 709.15
lab in vehicle
7/24/2002
8/15/2002
24. 2002-1282
Drug Lab
$ 1,154.39
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
25. 2002-1295
Spill
$ 1,279.58
Vehicle Accident
7/24/2002
8/15/2002
26. 2002-1386
Drug Lab
$ 847.88
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
27. 2002-1501
Drug Lab
$ 681.66
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
28. 2002-1559
Drug Lab
$ 732.40
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
29. 2002-1562
Drug Lab
$ 523.40
Typical
8/8/2002
8/15/2002
30. 2002-1627
Drug Lab
$ 994.20
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
31. 2002-1734
Spill
$ 347.22
55 gal. Drum in yard
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
32. 2002-1772
Spill
$ 682.57
spill of unknown origin in rest stop
8/8/2002
8/15/2002
33. 2002-1844
Drug Lab
$ 438.60
Typical
8/8/2002
8/15/2002
34. 2002-1869
Drug Lab
$ 904.56
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
35. 2002-1974
Drug Lab
$ 1,312.28
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
36. 2002-2062
Drug Lab
$ 4,188.11
Typical
7/12/2002
8/15/2002
37. 2002-2179
Drug Lab
$ 443.17
Typical
7/26/2002
8/15/2002
38. 2002-2278
Drug Lab
$ 189.83
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
39. 2002-2316
Drug Lab
$ 348.02
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
40. 2002-2338
Drug Lab
$ 763.06
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
41. 2002-2380
Drug Lab
$ 2,163.78
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
42. 2002-2385
Drug Lab
$ 1,010.90
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
43. 2002-2423
Drug Lab
$ 2,577.64
Typical
8/9/2002
8/15/2002
Total
$25,902.54
      Gary Ward stated all the requests are standard. Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items 19-43. Dave High seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.


44. MILITARY DIVISION
    Request for approval of National Guard Reimbursement billing for Compensation and Medical payments in the amount of $5,522.60 for the quarter ending June 30, 2002, pursuant to Idaho Code 72-928. This billing has been reviewed by staff and the costs are ongoing expenses to existing claims.


DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIONRECOGNITION OF ASSIGNMENT

45. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Cowboy Oil, c/o Roger Hancock, Pocatello, Idaho, and Assignee Steve or Susan Isaak, American Falls, Idaho, for a real property lease regarding the State of Idaho, by and through the Idaho State Police as “Lessee” and Lessee’s occupancy of 209 East Lewis, Pocatello, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-1027.


46. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Debjen, Inc., Weiser, Idaho, and Assignee Barry Schroeder, Payette, Idaho, for a real property lease regarding the State of Idaho, by and through the Department of Liquor Dispensary as “Lessee” and Lessee’s occupancy of 134 N. Main, Payette, ID 83661, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-1027.

    DIVISION OF PUBLIC WORKSRECOGNITION OF ASSIGNMENT

47. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Olson & Associates Architects, Nampa, Idaho, and Assignee Insight Architects, Boise, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-1027, for the following projects:
      DPW Project #96-460, Secured Care Unit Addition & Remodel, Idaho Veterans Home;
      DPW Project #97-214, New Tennis Facilities, Boise State University;
      DPW Project #00-501, Remodel, Capital Park Plaza
      DPW Project #01-040, Remodel, Civil Litigation office
    Request #47 was delayed until next month at the request of the Department of Administration, Legal Division.

48. Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor Hubble Engineering, Inc., and Assignee Idaho Survey Group, P.C., both of Meridian, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-1027, for the following projects:

      DPW Project #99063 – SICI: Medical Center Contract, dated January 31, 2002
      DPW Project #02216 – BSU: New Residence Hall Contract, dated May 2, 2002


49. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARERECOGNITION OF ASSIGNMENT
    Request for recognition of assignment as executed by Assignor A-1 Investments, LLC, Boise, Idaho, and Assignee Idaho Central Credit Union, Chubbuck, Idaho, for a lease agreement dated October 1, 2001 for the leasing of office space located at 200 North 4th Street, Boise, Idaho, pursuant to Idaho Code 67-1027.



ATTORNEY GENERAL

50. Notification that Martin C. Hendrickson of the firm of Moore, Baskin & Parker has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Westergren v. Boise State University, et al., Case No. CIV 02-281-S-MHW, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

51. Notification that John R. Goodell of the form of Racine, Olson, Nye, Budge & Bailey has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Pamela Clarke v. Idaho State University and State Board of Education, Case No. CV-OC-02-01302C, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

52. Notification that Michael E. Kelly of the firm of Howard, Lopez, Kelly & Woychick has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Laursen, et al. v. State of Idaho, Department of Transportation, Case No. CV-02-05131M. pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

53. Notification that Charles A. Miller and Thomas S. Williamson of the firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, DC have been appointed as a special deputy attorneys general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the Matter of the Decertification of Idaho State School and Hospital, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.

54. Notification that Wynn R. Mosman of Mosman Law Offices has been appointed as a special deputy attorney general for the purpose of representing the State of Idaho in the cases before the Industrial Commission, Bostick v. Baker, IC No. 01-508249 and Luther v. American Building Maintenance, Inc., IC No. 01-509956, pursuant to Idaho Code §67-1409.
      Ben Ysursa made a motion to recommend approval on the Consent Agenda for items #44-54. Brian Whitlock seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. Lynn Mize, Department of Administration, Legal, contacted me and said #47 and 48 should have been sent to them prior to the State Controller’s Office. They have reviewed and asked me to pull #47 until next month because some changes were made the Department of Administration was not aware of.



INFORMATIONAL AGENDA

55. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE
    Notification of the 2002 Election Campaign Fund Distribution. The biennial distribution from the Election Campaign Fund will occur on August 6, 2002. The amount will change slightly as more monies are received after July 31, 2002.
              Distribution based on July 2, 2002 figures:
              Republican $43,085.00
              Democrat $33,633.00
              Libertarian $ 3,558.00
              Constitution $ 3,082.00
              Reform $ 2,016.00
              Natural Law $ 2,011.00
              Total $87,385.00
      Ben Ysursa reported he will submit updated figures on the Campaign Fund Distribution.


56. STATE CONTROLLER’S OFFICESteve Kenyon
    Report from Steve Kenyon regarding compensatory time for state employees.
      Steve Kenyon stated he will report on the compensatory time issue at the next meeting. Chuck Severn, SCO, reported according to IRS, employees not submitting travel claims in a timely manner (within 90 days) could have their travel expenses become taxable. He said after the election he will would be happy to assist in the drafting of proposed changes to the State Travel Regulations and work with the Fiscal Policy Advisory Committee on a statewide policy, if the Sub-Committee desires.

    STATE INSURANCE FUND

57. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of July 2002.
      Estimated expenditure for workers $ 10,000,000.00
      compensation claim costs, dividends
      and premium refunds
    Funds Expended in June 2002:
    Workers Compensation Claim Costs $ 6,796,140.16
      Dividend 22,684.77
      Commissions 1,504,252.14
      Policy Refunds 168,955.36
                          Total $ 8,660,987.79
    58. Estimate of the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft or the month of July 2002.

        Estimated expenditures for $ 750,000.00
        Petroleum Storage Tank Fund
      Fund expended in June 2002:
        Payroll $ 54,903.61
        Operations 6,352.44
        Claim Costs 115,538.46
        Total $ 176,794.51
      59. Estimate of the State Insurance Fund expenses to be paid by sight drafts for the month of August 2002.
          Estimated expenditure for workers $ 10,000,000.00
          compensation claim costs, dividends
          and premium refunds

        Funds Expended in July 2002:
        Workers Compensation Claim Costs $ 7,183,240.50
          Dividend 8,737.66
          Commissions 10.89
          Policy Refunds 188,026.54
                              Total $ 7,380,015.59
      60. Estimate of the Petroleum Storage Tank Fund expenses to be paid by sight draft or the month of August 2002.

          Estimated expenditures for $ 750,000.00
          Petroleum Storage Tank Fund
        Fund expended in July 2002:
          Payroll $ 55,186.57
          Operations 176,133.46
          Claim Costs 320,572.94
          Total $ 551,892.97
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