The general meeting was called to order at 12:10 p.m. by Robert Rice, President.
II.Members present:Christy Davis, Warren Barnhart, Jerry Schaetfer, Aaron Yuma, Jeff Pattschull, Charles Chase, Scott Pingle, Dave Bassett, Tom Marineau, Dave Fisse, Jerry Peterson, Sam Barnum, Craig Batesole, Derek Zwagerman, Christopher Reising, Ted Zuk, Hank Eckardt, Michael Morter, Rex Tuner, Dale Bohannan, Lois DeBenedetti, Kathy Cote, Robert Rice and Mary Montague
IV.APPROVAL OF MINUTES
∑Motion to approve minutes as written by Ted Zuk, seconded by Chris Reising; so approved
Robert Rice suggested we include an approval of the agenda in future meetings.This will provide an opportunity to add items to or revise the agenda prior to the start of the meeting to keep the meeting more focused.
Robert Rice asked if there were any additions or revisions to the agenda.
∑ICC Code development process and appeal of RB64/66 were added under Unfinished Business.
∑Michael Morter:ePermit demo and consistent fees were added under New Business.
Motion made by Chris Reising to approve agenda as amended and seconded by Lois DeBenedetti; so approved.
∑Robert Rice discussed whether the group was interested in pursuing the pre-engineered agricultural pole buildings for jurisdictions to use on their website.We would need volunteers for a committee. Dale Bohannan motion to approve, Aaron Yuma seconded, so approved to have a committee look into this.
∑Mary Montague gave us an update on the PhotoVoltaic Guide.Our guide is near final draft.Following a local PV class Robert suggested that the local chapter look at creating a regional standard.We started with Portlandís guide as a template.Michael Morter indicated that the state had reviewed Portlandís document.Mary stated that the guide would be e-mailed out to the members for all to review and make comments. This document would be for Southern Oregonís jurisdictions to use and handout at the counter.E-mail your comments to Mary Montague by January, 2009. Michael Morter had previously mentioned that BCD would be interested in seeing our final product.
∑Robert Rice updated us on the ICC voting process.An appeal has been scheduled for December 11, 2008, concerning two code proposals RB64Ėall Residences will have fire sprinklers and RB66 Fire Sprinklers in Townhouses.
∑Dave Bassett talked about revenue projects and how it has changed over the last 12 years.
∑Michael Morter is now Manager for Regional Services instead of Coordinator.
∑Michael Morter informed us on the ePermitting Demo with Accela Wednesday, December 10, 2008.Includes a walk thru on Accela Automation.Lori Graham is now ePermitting Program Manager.
∑Michael Morter stated that the Building Newsletter has a fire sprinkler report. See the BCD website.
∑Michael Morter talked about the main street program which is a part of Economic Development is to move to State Parks Department.
∑Michael Morter included that the Fee Methodology has had a lot of questions.Robert Rice questioned where the jurisdictions are with meeting this requirement.Michael Morter added that if you are past the date just keep in contact by e-mail with Aeron Teverbaugh and Michael Morter.
VII.OPEN DISCUSSION Ė
∑Charlie Chase asked if there would be any opportunities to have trainings on items such as fire resistance, fire rated ceilings and ADA exiting.Would like it to be field training instead of out of the book. Michael Morter added that Shane Sumption had done an ADA issues training that was about 45 minutes so we might consider him for the training.
∑Robert Rice suggested that members e-mail topics for future chapter meetings.
∑Committee of Aaron Yuma, Chris Reising and Jeff Pattschull was selected to work on creating a handout for agricultural buildings and carports.
∑Robert Rice brought up concrete walls and contacting Dave Gowers to talk at a future meeting.
∑Robert Rice notified us that Bill Cross has asked for volunteers on ICC Committees.Deadline is December 12
∑Dave Bassett added the State Mechanical Board also needs members.Would like someone from Southern Oregon.
∑Next meeting January 30 , TBD
Meeting adjourned at 1:07 p.m.Minutes provided by Kathy Cote