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Notice of Public Board Meeting

Day 1: Thursday, June 6, 2019, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (or until the conclusion of business)
Day 2: Friday, June 7, 2019, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (or until the conclusion of business)
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
4130 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Meetings are open to the public except when specifically noticed otherwise in accordance with the Open Meeting Act. All times when stated are approximate and subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of the Board unless listed as “time certain.” Items may be taken out of order to maintain a quorum, accommodate a speaker, or for convenience. Action may be taken on any item listed on this agenda, including information-only items. The meeting may be canceled without notice.

Members of the public can address the Board during the public comment session. Public comments will also be taken on agenda items at the time the item is heard and prior to the CSLB taking any action on said items. Total time allocated for public comment may be limited at the discretion of the Board Chair.

MEETING AGENDA DAY 1

Thursday, June 6, 2019 – 1:00 p.m.:

  1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum and Chair’s Introduction
  2. Presentation of Certificates of Recognition – May Include Oral Presentations Commemorating Achievements and Service of Board Members Joan Hancock and Frank Schetter
  3. Public Comment for Items Not on the Agenda and Future Agenda Item Requests
  4. (Note: Individuals may appear before the CSLB to discuss items not on the agenda; however, the CSLB can neither discuss nor take official action on these items at the time of the same meeting (Government Code sections 11125, 11125.7(a)).
  5. Public Affairs
    1. Committee Chair Update on May 13, 2019, Public Affairs Committee Meeting
    2. Public Affairs Program Update
      1. Public Affairs Program Update
      2. Online Highlights
      3. Video/Digital Services
      4. Social Media Highlights
      5. Media Relations Highlights
      6. Publications/Graphic Design Highlights
      7. Industry/Licensee Outreach Highlights
      8. Consumer/Community Outreach Highlights
      9. Intranet/Employee Relations
      10. CSLB’s 90th Anniversary
    3. Review and Discussion of Public Affairs 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
      1. Review and Discussion of CSLB’s Draft Disaster Response Plan
      2. Review and Discussion of Media Efforts to Publicize Enforcement Activities and Relaunch of CSLB’s Most Wanted List on CSLB’s Website
      3. Review and Discussion of Outreach Efforts to Industry and Licensees
  6. Licensing
    1. Committee Chair Update on May 13, 2019, Licensing Committee Meeting
      1. Status Update on Development of Possible Remodeling and Home Improvement License Classification
    2. Licensing Program Update
      1. Application Processing Statistics
      2. Renewal Processing Statistics
      3. Workers’ Compensation Recertification Statistics
      4. Fingerprinting/Criminal Background Unit Statistics
      5. Experience Verification Statistics
      6. Licensing Information Center Statistics
      7. Judgment Unit Statistics
    3. Testing Program Update
      1. Examination Administration Unit Update
      2. Examination Development Unit Update
    4. Review, Discussion and Possible Action on Whether to Enter into a Reciprocity Agreement with North Carolina and Oregon for the “B” General Contractor License and Research Legislative Options for Trade Exam Waivers
    5. Update and Discussion of Licensing 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
  7. Enforcement
    1. Committee Chair Update on May 13, 2019, Enforcement Committee Meeting
    2. Enforcement Program Update
      1. Staff Vacancy Update
      2. Consumer Investigation Highlights
      3. General Complaint-Handling Statistics
      4. Statewide Investigative Fraud Team Highlights and Statistics
      5. Joint Enforcement Strike Force Update
      6. Renewal of CSLB and Employment Development Department Memorandum of Understanding
      7. Partnership Opportunities for Mandatory Workers’ Compensation for Specified License Classifications
    3. Review, Discussion, and Possible Action on Guidelines for Allocation and Prioritization of CSLB Enforcement Staff Resources
    4. Update and Discussion of Enforcement 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
  8. Legislation
    1. Committee Chair Update on May 13, 2019, Legislative Committee Meeting
      1. Status Update on Future Meetings Regarding Appropriate License Classification(s) to Install Energy Storage Systems
    2. Review, Discussion, and Possible Action on 2019-20 Pending Legislation
      1. SB 601 (Morrell) State Agencies: Licenses: Fee Waiver
      2. SB 610 (Glazer) Contractors: Licensing and Regulation
      3. AB 613 (Low) Professions and Vocations: Regulatory Fees
      4. AB 193 (Patterson) Professions and Vocations
      5. AB 1024 (Frazier) Home Inspectors: Licensing: Contractors State License Board
      6. AB 1551 (Daly) Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
      7. SB 255 (Bradford) Women, Minority, Disabled Veteran, and LGBT Business Enterprise Procurement: Electric Service Providers: Energy Storage System Companies: Community Choice Aggregators
      8. SB 556 (Pan) Professional Land Surveyors and Engineers
      9. SB 144 (Mitchell and Hertzberg) Criminal Fees
      10. AB 544 (Brough) Profession and Vocations: Inactive License Fees and Accrued and Unpaid Renewal Fees
      11. AB 1076 (Ting) Criminal Records: Automatic Relief
      12. AB 1545 (Obernolte) Civil Penalty Reduction Policy
      13. SB 53 (Wilk) Open Meetings
    3. Review, Discussion, and Possible Action on Legislative Proposal to Seek Continuous Appropriation for Construction Management Education Account
    4. Review, Discussion, and Possible Action to Initiate Rulemaking to Add Title 16, California Code of Regulations (16 CCR) Section 832.49 and Amend 16 CCR Section 832 to Create a New License Classification (C-49) for Tree and Palm Contractors
    5. Update and Discussion of Legislative 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
  9. Executive
    1. Review and Possible Approval of March 21, 2019 Board Meeting Minutes
    2. Review and Possible Approval of May 13, 2019 Public Affairs, Licensing, Enforcement, and Legislative Committee Meetings Summary Reports
    3. Registrar’s Report
      1. Update on CSLB Research Related to Mandating Workers’ Compensation for Additional License Classifications
      2. Tentative Board Meeting Schedule
    4. Budget Update
    5. Administration Update Regarding Personnel and Facilities
      1. Update and Discussion of Administration 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
    6. Information Technology Update
      1. Presentation of New CSLB Website Feature for Providing Access to Public Records
      2. Update and Discussion of Information Technology 2019-21 Strategic Plan Objectives
    7. Election of 2019-20 Board Officers
  10. Adjournment
MEETING AGENDA DAY 2

Friday, June 7, 2019 – 8:30 a.m.:

  1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum and Chair’s introduction
  2. Public Comment for Items Not on the Agenda and Future Agenda Item Requests
  3. (Note: Individuals may appear before the CSLB to discuss items not on the agenda; however, the CSLB can neither discuss nor take official action on these items at the time of the same meeting (Government Code sections 11125, 11125.7(a)).
  4. Joint Discussion with Nevada State Contractors Board (NSCB)
    1. Discussion Regarding CSLB and NSCB Operational and Structural Comparison
      1. Board Member Composition
      2. Budget
      3. License Population
      4. License Fee Schedule
      5. Criminal Background Checks
      6. Insurance Requirements
      7. Exam Waivers and Reciprocity with Other States
      8. Consumer Restitution Programs
    2. Discussion Regarding Enacted or Proposed Legislation in California and Nevada Related to Barriers to Licensure and Efforts to Reduce Barriers to Licensure
      1. Little Hoover Commission Report on Jobs for Californians: Strategies to Ease Occupational Licensing Barriers
      2. Applicant and Licensee Criminal Convictions
      3. Licensing Fees
      4. License Requirements
      5. Licensure by Endorsement Program (NSCB)
    3. Discussion Regarding Proposed Improvements to CSLB and NSCB Original License Application
    4. Discussion of CSLB and NSCB Enforcement Operations
      1. Multi-State Sting Operations
      2. Plans to Address Transient Criminal Activities
    5. Discussion Regarding Recently Enacted California and Nevada Legislation and Enforcement Strategies Related to Solar Industry and Financing
    6. Discussion Regarding CSLB and NSCB Disaster Response
      1. Presentation of Video on CSLB Disaster Response
    7. Discussion on CSLB and NSCB Workforce Development Programs
  5. Adjournment

The Board intends to provide a live webcast of the meeting. The webcast can be located at www.cslb.ca.gov. Webcast availability cannot, however, be guaranteed due to limitations on resources or technical difficulties. The meeting will continue even if the webcast is unavailable. If you wish to participate or to have a guaranteed opportunity to observe, please plan to attend. For verification of the meeting, call (916) 255-4000 or access the CSLB website at www.cslb.ca.gov.

The meeting is accessible to the physically disabled. A person who needs a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting Phyliz Jones at (916) 255-4000 or Phyliz.Jones@cslb.ca.gov or send a written request to Phyliz Jones, 9821 Business Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95827. Providing your request at least five (5) business days prior to the meeting will help ensure availability of the requested accommodation.

 

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