REDWOOD EMPIRE ASSOCIATION
Minutes of the Meeting of Tuesday -
February 3, 2004
1. Call to order
absence of President Bill Schulze (Town of Windsor), the meeting was called to
order by Vice President Daryl Phillips (The Phillips Group) at 12:00 Noon at
Cattlemen’s Restaurant in Petaluma.
2. Self Introductions
Vice President Phillips
welcomed sixteen attendees and called for self-introductions.
3. Approval of Minutes
Minutes were posted at
the website (www.reaco.org) and e-mailed.
M(Ron Averiette)/s/Passed to accept the minutes as posted.
4. Officers and Committee Reports
Mike Enright (City of Santa Rosa) reported that the balance of the checking
account was $9,510.34 and the balance of the CD was $11,464.23, and the total of
the two accounts was $20,974.57.
c. Vice President
e. Executive Committee
f. Education Committee
Ed Henry (County of Marin) reported that nothing was currently scheduled, but a
couple of possibilities are on the horizon. Ed will disseminate information
about an IRC class to be held during the County Building Officials Association
of California meeting in Santa Rosa.
g. Code Coordination Committee
h. ICC Liaison
i. CALBO Liaison
CALBO Liaison The 42nd Annual Conference is scheduled for Long Beach from March
It was noted that President Schulze would be unable to attend and that the
chapter would sponsor Mike Enright if he was able to attend.
No new information to
No requests were
5. Correspondence and Announcements
6. Legislative News
7. Code Issues
Ed Henry inquired about standards for check valve requirements with residential
sprinklers. It was noted that the code discourages using more than the minimum
number of valves necessary.
8. Old Business
Dave Martinez (City of Santa Rosa)
reported that Cindy Heitzman would be leaving the City of Saint Helena to take a
position with the California Preservation Foundation.
The formal resolution for the previously adopted chapter name change was
introduced. M(Steve Jensen)/s(Dave Martinez)/Passed to pass the name change
The chapter logo was discussed.
Meeting was adjourned at 1:10 p.m.
Respectfully submitted by Doug Williams