REDWOOD EMPIRE ASSOCIATION
Minutes of the Meeting of Tuesday -
September 7, 2004
1. Call to order
Vice President Daryl Phillips (The Phillips Group), called the meeting
to order at
12:00 Noon at Josef’s in Santa Rosa.
2. Self Introductions
Vice President Phillips welcomed 14 attendees and
called for self-introductions.
3. Approval of Minutes
Minutes for the July 13, 2004, meeting were posted
at the website (www.reaco.org) and e-mailed.
M(Cliff Kendall)/S(Dave Martinez)/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 $9,850.64 and the balance of the CD was $11,528.39. There are
pending disbursements for the ICC Annual Business Meeting and other
miscellaneous expenses that were previously authorized.
c. Vice President
e. Executive Committee
f. Education Committee
Ed Henry (County of Marin) advised that the access coordinator is still trying
to determine a date for a class.
g. Code Coordination Committee
h. ICC Liaison
i. CALBO Liaison
Dave Martinez reminded the group of the education weeks occurring in Modesto,
Concord, and Ontario. ICC has agreed to honor the classes offered by CALBO. As
noted in a letter to the Chapter, CALBO and ICC will post all Chapter classes.
It was noted that there are members in the Chapter that would be interested in a
post-disaster assessment class.
October 12 – TBA
November 2 – Josefs
December 7 – Petaluma Cattlemens
5. Correspondence and Announcements
6. Legislative News
7. Code Issues
8. Old Business
It was noted that information was received from Fred Herman clarifying the
complimentary registration for the ICC ABM applies only to the Chapter
Guy Bachelis suggested that the Chapter continue to
analyze the benefits of having programs with the monthly meetings.
Mike Enright noted that Keystone Retaining Wall Systems had offered to do a
Daryl Phillips announced that a potential field trip to the Juvenile Justice
Center currently under construction may cause a change in the location of the
Doug Williams reported that the newly appointed State Fire Marshal, Ruben
Grijalva, had attended the CALBO/Cal Chiefs Fire Advisory Committee.
Meeting was adjourned at 1:30 p.m.
Respectfully submitted by Doug Williams