Notice to creditors
DUNHAM AND WOLFF, P.A.
Mariah R. Dunham (ISB #7287)
722 Main Avenue
St. Maries, Idaho 83861
Telephone: (208) 245-2523
Facsimile: (208) 245-4392
Electronic Service: dunhamwolff@dunhamwolff.net
Attorney for Co-Personal Representatives, LACI HANSON and RONDI ELDERS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BENEWAH
Case No. CV05-18-0328
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(For Publication)
In the Matter of the Estate of PATRICIA A. BOGGS, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Laci Hanson, whose mailing address is 190 Ragan Drive, St. Maries, Idaho 83861 and Rondi Elders, whose mailing address is 26 Ella Street, St. Maries, Idaho 83861 have been appointed Co-Personal Representatives of the above-named estate.  All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. 
Claims must be mailed or delivered to Laci Hanson and Rondi Elders, Co-Personal Representatives of the Estate, at the law office of Dunham & Wolff, P.A., 722 Main Avenue, St. Maries, Idaho 83861, and filed with the above-entitled Court.
 DATED this 4th day of September, 2018.
/ s/ Rondi Elders
Rondi Elders, Co-Personal Representative
/s/ Laci Hanson
Laci Hanson, Co-Personal Representative
146 Sept. 19 – Oct. 3
Trustees Sale
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE
Idaho Code 45-1506
Today’s Date:  June 29, 2018
File No.: 30057.30878
1. TIME OF SALE.
Date: November 29, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Place: Benewah County Courthouse, 701 W. College Ave., St. Maries, Idaho 83861
Property Address: 2034 Washington Ave.   St Maries, ID 83861
Successor Trustee: Todd R. Johnston   Hershner Hunter, LLP  PO Box 1475
Eugene, OR 97440  (541) 686-0344
2. PARTIES: 
Grantor: ASHLEY LYNN PHILLIPS AND DOUG ALAN PHILLIPS
Trustee: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY
Successor Trustee: TODD R. JOHNSTON
Beneficiary: UMPQUA BANK
3. PLEASE TAKE NOTCE.  The Successor Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for certified funds or equivalent the property described above.  The property address is identified to comply with IC 60-113 but is not warranted to be corrected.  The property’s legal description is:
Lot 9, Block 68, Government Townsite Addition to the City of St. Maries, Benewah County, Idaho, according to the recorded plat thereof.
4. RECORDING.  The Trust Deed was recorded as follows:
Date Recorded:  November 24, 2014
Recording No. 270030
Official Records of Benewah County, Idaho
5. DEFAULT.  The Grantor or any other person obligated on the Trust Deed and Promissory Note secured thereby is in default and the Beneficiary seeks to foreclose the Trust Deed for failure to pay:  Monthly payments in the amount of $636.54 each, due the first of each month, for the months of July 2016 through March 2017; plus monthly payments at the new rate of $637.24 each, due the first of each month, for the months of April 2017 through May 2018; plus late charges and advances; plus any unpaid real property taxes or liens, plus interest.
6. AMOUNT DUE.  The amount due on the Note which is secured by the Trust Deed referred to herein is:  Principal balance in the amount of $95,975.23; plus interest at the rate of 4.375% per annum from June 1, 2016; plus late charges of $687.42; plus advances and foreclosure attorney fees and costs.
FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT NOTICE
THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR AND IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT.  ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.  If this debt has been discharged in a bankruptcy proceeding, this is not an attempt to collect the personal obligation, but rather an enforcement of the security interest granted by the deed of trust.
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public notice
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO PROPOSE OR PROMULGATE NEW OR CHANGED AGENCY RULES
The following agencies of the state of Idaho have published the complete text and all related, pertinent information
concerning their intent to change or make the following rules in the latest publication of the state Administrative Bulletin.
The proposed rule public hearing request deadline is October 17, 2018, unless otherwise posted.
The proposed rule written comment submission deadline is October 24, 2018, unless otherwise posted.
(Temp & Prop) indicates the rulemaking is both Temporary and Proposed.
(*PH) indicates that a public hearing has been scheduled.
IDAPA 07 – DIVISION OF BUILDING SAFETY
PO Box 83720, Meridian, ID 83642
07-0301-1801, Rules of Building Safety. Removes obsolete provisions regarding enery conservation; increases maximum hot water piping length in public lavatories.
IDAPA 08 – STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION/DEPT OF EDUCATION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037
08-0104-1801, Residency. Amends residency requirements for determing in-state eligibility.
08-0113-1802, Rules Governing the Opportunity Scholarship Program. Amends student eligibility and application requirements to allow for a portion of the Opportunity Scholarship awards to be used for individuals who have earned 24 or more postsecondary credits.
08-0202 - Rules Governing Uniformity:
08-0202-1802, Creates an alternate route to certification for non-traditional educators to earn an administrator certificate.
08-0202-1803, Updates terminology and makes technical corrections to the educator credential requirements.
08-0202-1804, Clarifies types of “additional evidence demonstrating effective teaching” that are authorized as evidence for the Professional Endorsement pursuant to Section 33-1201A, Idaho Code.
08-0202-1805, Establishes Occupational Specialist Certificate endorsement requirements.
08.02.03 – Rules Governing Thoroughness:
08-0203-1803, Provides an exemption for qualified students from taking senior math; updates reference to Algebra to add integrated math; removes restrictions on computer science courses; clarifies and expand senior project.
08-0203-1804, Updates the content standards for secondary career technical programs by adding several content subcategories and amends current Collision Repair standards.
08-0501-1801, Rules Governing Seed and Plant Certification. Updates the Idaho Potato Certification Standards that are incorporated by reference to the 2018 version.
IDAPA 11 – IDAHO STATE POLICE / IDAHO STATE BRAND BOARD
PO Box 1177, Meridian, ID 83680-1177
11-0201-1801, Rules of the Idaho State Brand Board. Increases cattle brand inspection fees by $.25 cents and the minimum brand inspection fee to $20.
IDAPA 13 – DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME
PO Box 25, Boise, ID 83707
13.01.08 - Rules Governing the Taking of Big Game Animals in the State of Idaho:
13-0108-1802, Excludes any moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, or grizzly bear controlled hunt tag drawn by a parent or grandparent from designation to their child or grandchild.
13-0108-1803, Allows hunters 65 years of age or older or hunters with a senior combination hunting, disabled combination license or  nonresident disabled American Veteran hunting license to be eligible to participate in any second application period for youth only controlled hunts.
13-0108-1804, Allows certain caliber airguns using pre-charged pneumatic power as a method of take for big game, including in short-range weapon seasons.
13-0108-1805, (Temp & Prop) Would no longer allow regular controlled hunt applications to be submitted by mail.
13-0109-1805, Rules Governing the Taking of Game Birds in the State of Idaho. Creates the administrative framework for the Fish and Game Commission to adopt Landowner Permission Hunt (LPH) seasons for turkeys in areas of the state to manage turkey depredation on private lands and to provide landowners with turkey hunting opportunities where turkey hunting is controlled.
13-0110-1802, Rules Governing the Importation, Possession, Release, Sale, or Salvage of Wildlife. (Temp & Prop) Prohibits, with certain exceptions, the importation of carcasses or other parts of wild deer, elk, or moose from another state, province of Canada, or country with any documented case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and to create additional transport prohibitions if the Commission designates any part of Idaho as a CWD Management Zone.
13-0116-1802, The Trapping of Predatory and Unprotected Wildlife and the Taking of Furbearing Animals. Revises the distance that ground sets for trapping furbearing animals or predatory or unprotected wildlife may be placed from maintained public trails that are paved or unpaved.
13-0117-1801, Rules Governing the Use of Bait and Trapping for Taking Big Game Animals. Revises the distance that ground sets for trapping gray wolves may be placed from maintained public trails that are paved or unpaved.
IDAPA 16 – DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0036
16-0201-1801, Rules of the Idaho Time Sensitive Emergency System Council. Incorporates by reference the 2019-1 Edition of the Time Sensitive Emergency Standards Manual; clarifies the designation fee structure and enforcement procedures for failure to make annual payments for facilities choosing to pay designation fees on a yearly basis.
16-0202-1801, Rules of the Idaho Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician Commission. Incorporates by reference the Idaho Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician Commission Standards Manual, 2019 Edition.
16-0303-1801, Rules Governing Child Support Services. Increases federally-mandated annual child support services fee from $25 to $35 and increases the threshold for imposing the fee to $550.
16-0304-1801, Rules Governing the Food Stamp Program in Idaho. Defines self-employment and includes a referral process for the state's mandatory employment and training program; updates participation in the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), now known as the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs.
16-0308-1801, Rules Governing the Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI) Program. Excludes children under age 18 who receive SSI from household when determining eligibility and grant amount.
16.03.09 - Medicaid Basic Plan Benefits:
*16-0309-1801, (*PH) Allows eligible Critical Access Hospitals to designate additional acute care beds as swings beds to provide necessary care for individuals.
*16-0309-1804, (*PH) Updates and establishes standards for laboratory and radiology services, coverages and limitations, provider reimbursement and quality assurance.
*16-0309-1805, (*PH) Adds new definitions, participant safeguards, quality assurance, and procedural requirements to implement a fixed participant enrollment process and support the value-based model through the existing Healthy Connections Program.
*16-0309-1806, (*PH) Clarifies that drugs acquired through the federal 340B drug pricing program and dispensed by 340B contract pharmacies are not covered, including investigational drugs.
*16-0309-1807, (*PH) Implements processes to improve the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) program.
*16-0309-1808, (*PH) Updates definitions and clarifies qualifications for providers of Skills Building/Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) in schools and in the community.
*16-0309-1810, (*PH) Removes the prenatal exemption language from the third-party liability rules to align with changes in the federal Balanced Budget Act of 2018.
*16-0310-1807, Medicaid Enhaced Plan Benefits. (*PH) (Temp & Prop) Requires termination of enrollment when participant no longer meets HCBS eligibility criteria, as required by the Social Security Act.
16-0504-1801, Rules of the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance Grant Funding. Incorporates by reference the 2019-1 edition (revision effective July 1, 2019) of the “Minimum Standards for Domestic Violence Offender Intervention Programs.”
IDAPA 17 – IDAHO INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0041
17-0206-1801, Employer’s Reports. Clarifies the requirements for submission of Summaries of Payment and filing of closing documents to reflect Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) filing.
17-0207-1801, Procedures to Obtain Compensation. Removes documents previously incorporated by reference and instead references them in rule guidelines to be used for the proper reporting of claims electronically.
17.02.10 - Administrative Rules of the Industrial Commission Under the Workers’ Compensation Law – Security for Compensation – Insurance Carriers:
17-0210-1801, Clarifies requirements for electronic submissions by insurance carriers of First Reports of Injury and Claims for Benefits, notices of occupational illness, and fatalities; eliminates the need to submit paper documentation in support of electronically-filed initial payments.
*17-0210-1802, (*PH) Establishes conditions and procedures for the use of electronic fund transfers and access cards to pay benefits due to injured workers by insurance carriers.
17.02.11 - Administrative Rules of the Industrial Commission Under the Workers’ Compensation Law – Security for Compensation – Self-Insured Employers:
17-0211-1801, Clarifies requirements for electronic submissions by self-insured employers of First Reports of Injury and Claims for Benefits, notices of occupational illness, and fatalities; eliminates the need to submit paper documentation in support of electronically-filed initial payments.
*17-0211-1802, (*PH) Establishes conditions and procedures for the use of electronic fund transfers and access cards to pay benefits due to injured workers by self-insured employers.
IDAPA 18 – DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0043
18-0130-1801, Individual Disability and Group Supplemental DisabilityInsurance Minimum Standards Rule. Aligns rule to HCR 45 (2018) by revising language related to exclusions for hearing aids so that hearing loss interventions will be covered by health insures with certain parameters.
18-0170-1801, Rules Governing Small Employer Health Insurance Availability Act Plan Design. Aligns rule to HCR 45 (2018) by revising language related to exclusions for hearing aids so that hearing loss interventions will be covered by health insures with certain parameters.
IDAPA 24 – BUREAU OF OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0063
24-0301-1801, Rules of the State Board of Chiropractic Physicians. Allows Board to consider current qualifications for applicants by endorsement, applicaant would not be required to take and pass SPEC exam; clarifies procedure and sets fee for active status licensure; includes procedure for clinical nutritional certification; addresses continuing education options; removes obsolete provisions.
24-0501-1801, Rules of the Board of Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals. Allows the Board to approve apprenticeship programs for individuals to obtain experience and education to qualify for a Class II or Class III license in less time; clarifies one year experience requirement; deletes obsolete provisions.
24-0601-1801, Rules for the Licensure of Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants. Clarifies rule regarding supervision of occupational therapy assistants, limited permit holders, and aides; removes outdated language; clarifies supervision and recordkeeping requirements; updates Code of Ethics; specifies factors Board considers for criminal or disclipinary action.
24-0801-1801, Rules of the State Board of Morticians. Establishes that a licensee’s certificate of authority expires when their license goes inactive, and provides that it may be reissued when their licensed is returned to active status.
24-0901-1802, Rules of the Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators. Allows Board to review applications received less than 7 days prior to a board meeting and provide clear notice of the denial of an application for lack of activity; improves continuing education options; clarifies expiration of a temporary permit; removes outdated language.
24-1101-1801, Rules of the State Board of Podiatry. Removes obsolete language; removes limit of continuing education that can be obtained online; expands CE options to include variety of formats.
24.12.01 - Rules of the Idaho State Board of Psychologist Examiners:
24-1201-1801, Board has adopted the National Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) as the national competency exam that applicants for licensure must pass.
24-1201-1802, Establishes the qualifications for provisional certification of prescriptive authority and certification of prescriptive authority and fees for certification.
24-1301-1801, Rules Governing the Physical Therapy Licensure Board. Per HB 505 (2018) implements the practice of dry needling, including establishing education and training requirements, as well as informed consent requirements.
24-1401-1801, Rules of the State Board of Social Work Examiners. Allows Board to use the Social Work Registry administered by ASWB as a reliable source of credentialing information; waives exam requirement for applicants for licensure by endorsement who have actively practiced in another state but were not required to pass an exam at the time they obtained a social work license.
24-1501-1802, Rules of the Idaho Licensing Board of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists. Clarifies rules regarding group supervision and informed consent requirements for patients; increases portability of licenses; increases flexibility for obtaining continuing education requirements.
24-1701-1801, Rules of the State Board of Acupuncture. Clarifies requirements and qualifications for an acupuncture trainee permit; establishes supervision standards for licensed and certified acupuncturists who provide supervision to trainees and technicians.
24-1801-1802, Rules of the Real Estate Appraiser Board. Reduces application, registration, licensure and temporary permit fees.
24-1901-1801, Rules of the Board of Examiners of Residential Care Facility Administrators. Qualifies work experience in a nursing home facility by a licensed nursing home administrator for licensure as a residential care facility administrator.
24-2501-1801, Rules of the Idaho Driving Businesses Licensure Board. Allows Board to consider applications received less than 7 days before a board meeting; provides a waiver for the Instructor Apprenticeship Training Program and expands requirement that instructor be licensed for 5 years to qualify; eliminates 5 year continuous driver education experience requirement to teach in private driving school; addresses continuing education requirements.
24-2601-1801, Rules of the Idaho Board of Midwifery. Updates two documents incorporated by reference to reflect the most current publications; deletes obsolete waiver language; clarifies current cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification for licensure renewal.
24-2801-1802, Rules of the Barber and Cosmetology Services Licensing Board. New chapter implements SB 1324 (2018) by combining Boards of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners; sets fees; reduces minimum hours of instruction for cosmetology, barber-stylist, and electrology licenses; creates new certificate for make-up artistry only; creates a registration for retail thermal styling equipment dealers to do limited demonstration on potential customers; specifies what services a licensee may perform outside a licensed establishment; provides for the transfer of instructional hours between professions; and modernizes safety and disinfection requirements.
IDAPA 27 – IDAHO BOARD OF PHARMACY
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0067
27-0101-1801, General Provisions. Adds definition for “DME Outlet” and removes definition for “MPJE”; addresses unprofessional conduct regarding misbranded or adulterated products.
27-0102-1802, Rules Governing Licensure and Registration. Adds pharmaceutical manufacturer registration requirements; eliminates the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam (MPJE) as a precondition to pharmacist licensure; makes technical corrections.
27-0103-1801, Rules Governing Pharmacy Practice. Includes rules from IDAPA 27.01.06, which is being repealed.
27-0104-1802, Rules Governing Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority. Implements HB 191 regarding prescribing certain drugs approved by the FDA for mild conditions or when providing care due to clinical gaps or to supplement an infusion order.
27-0105-1801, Rules Governing Drug Compounding. Minor changes conform rule to federal law and current practice.
27-0106-1801, Rules Governing DME, Manufacturing, and Distribution. Chapter repeal.
IDAPA 28 – IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0093
28-0203-1802, Rules of the Idaho Regional Travel and Convention Grant Program. Defines and clarifies allowable costs of the Idaho Regional Travel and Convention Grant Program.
IDAPA 31 – IDAHO PUBLIC UTLITIES COMMISSION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0074
31-1101-1801, Safety and Accident Reporting Rules for Utilities Regulated by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission. Updates the National Electrical Safety Code, incorporated by reference, to the 2017 edition.
31-71-03-1801, Railroad Safety and Accident Reporting Rules. Adds commercially bottled water as source of drinking water for employees.
IDAPA 35 – IDAHO STATE TAX COMMISSION
PO Box 36, Boise, ID 83722-0410
35-0101-1804, Income Tax Administrative Rules. Deletes the reference to a partnership interest as nonqualifying property for the Idaho capital gains deduction.
35.01.02 - Idaho Sales and Use Tax Administrative Rules:
35-0102-1802, Provides guidance to taxpayers on the administrative appeals process; addresses motor vehicles including gifts, military personnel and exemptions; directs financial institutions to obtain a permit if they are collecting sales tax for proper reporting.
35-0102-1803, Adds “out-of-state” seller to list of entities that are retailers; exempts food and beverages donated to individuals or nonprofit organizations; adds to exemptions for research and development at INL; changes standards for valuing a vehicle in absence of bill of sale and creates subcategories; clarifies the process for requesting refund of sales tax paid in error or related to bad debt; provides direction on proper execution of approved exemption claim form.
35-0103-1801, Property Tax Administrative Rules. Corrects a transcription error to this docket.
35-0201-1801, Tax Commission Administration and Enforcement Rules. Adds the interest rate for calendar year 2018 and the Revenue Ruling where the federal rate for the calculation can be found.
IDAPA 38 – DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0075
38-0501-1801, Rules of the Division of Purchasing. Addresses the format for preserving purchasing records within the purchasing authority; adds a solicitation method to allow for competitive negotiations, when justified; clarifies the use of electronic communications during the solicitation process; identifies additional examples of potentially exempt acquisitions; adds a provision concerning information technology purchased through a reseller.
IDAPA 39 – IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
PO Box 7129, Boise ID 83707-1129
39-0301-1801, Rules Governing Definitions Regarding Overlegal Permits. Chapter repeal.
39-0301-1802, Rules Governing Defintions Regarding Special Permits. New chapter provides definitions related to the permitting of commercial motor vehicles and/or combinations.
39-0302-1801, Rules Governing Movement of Disabled Vehicles. New chapter provides the safety conditions, weight limits and time of travel requirements for the movement of disabled vehicles by special permit.
39-0303-1801, Rules Governing Special Permits – General Conditions and Requirements. New chapter provides the general safety conditions and travel requirements for special permitted vehicles and/or loads; gives the Department and local highway jurisdictions permit issuing authority; imposes fees for various special permits; provides the permittee general responsibilities when operating under any special permit.
39-0304-1801, Rules Governing Movement of Disabled Vehicles. Chapter repeal.
39-0304-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits – Overweight Non-Reducible. Provides specific safety conditions and travel requirements for the movement of overweight non-reducible permitted vehicles and/or loads; provides engineering analysis procedures for special permitting of vehicles and/or loads that exceed various bridge ratings.
39-0305-1801, Rule Governing Variable Load Suspension Axles. Chapter repeal.
39-0305-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits – Oversize Non-Reducible. New chapter provides specific safety conditions and travel requirements of non-reducible (size only) permitted vehicles and/or loads provides specific safety requirements for escort vehicles for oversize vehicles and/or loads.
39-0306-1801, Rules Governing Allowable Vehicle Size. Chapter repeal.
39-0306-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits for Extra-Length/Excess Weight, Up to 129,000 Pound Vehicle Combinations. Establishes the specific safety conditions, travel requirements and the designated routes for extra-length/excess weight, over 80,000 pounds, and up to 129,000 pounds vehicle combinations; provides the requirements for the request of additional 129,000 pound designated routes.
39-0307-1801, Rules Governing Restricted Routes for Semitrailers. Chapter repeal.
39-0307-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits for Reducible Loads. New chapter provides the maximum sizes allowed by special permits for specific Department-approved reducible loads.
39-0308-1801, Rules Governing Self-Propelled Snowplows. New chapter establishes safety requirements and standardizes the lighting systems for overwidth or overweight, or both, snowplows operating under special permits.
The following chapters are being repealed as part of the consolidation and repromulgation of the commercial vehicle permitting rules:
39-0309-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits – General Conditions and Requirements
39-0310-1801, Rules Governing When an Overlegal Permit is Required
39-0311-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permittee Responsibility and Travel Restrictions
39-0312-1801, Rules Governing Safety Requirements of Overlegal Permits
39-0313-1801, Rules Governing Overweight Permits
39-0314-1801, Rules Governing Policy During Spring Breakup Season
39-0315-1801, Rules Governing Excess Weight Permits for Reducible Loads
39-0316-1801, Rules Governing Oversize Permits for Non-Reducible Vehicles and/or Loads
39-0317-1801, Rules Governing Permits for Manufactured Homes, Modular Buildings, and Office Trailers
39-0318-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits for Relocation of Buildings or Houses
39-0319-1801, Rules Governing Annual Overlegal Permits
39-0320-1801, Rules Governing Application for Special Permits
39-0321-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permit Fees
39-0322-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits for Extra-Length, Excess Weight, and Up to 129,000 Pound Vehicle Combinations
39-0323-1801, Rules Governing Revocation of Overlegal Permits
39-0324-1801, Rules Governing Self-Propelled Snowplows
39-0325-1801, Rules Governing Lights on Snow Removal Equipment
IDAPA 47 – DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037
47-0102- 1801, Rules and Minimum Standards Governing Extended Employment Services. Adds and amends definitions; updates and clarifies the application process, evaluation of the eligibility requirements, process for payment services and submission of individual program plans, and record retention requirements.
IDAPA 49 - CERTIFIED SHORTHAND REPORTERS BOARD
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0063
49-0101-1801, Rules of Procedure of the Idaho Certified Shorthand Reporters Board. Removes references to “executive secretary” position; allows Board to consider certain factors when reviewing an applicant with criminal or disciplinary history.
IDAPA 55 - DIVISION OF CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037
55-0103-1801, Rules of Career Technical Schools. Changes the model used for career technical school funding; adds defintions; removes outdated terms.
IDAPA 59 – PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF IDAHO
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0078
59-0106-1802, PERSI Retirement Rules. Requires an employer who not is eligible to participate in other sick leave pools and wants to voluntarily participate in the subdivision unused sick leave pool, as established by state law, to annually update and submit an application for participation in the pool; new section terminates employers failing to meet the participation or funding requirements and allows an employer to withdraw from pool but not rejoin.
IDAPA 60 - IDAHO STATE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION
PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0083
*60-0501-1801, Resource Conservation and Rangeland Development Program. (*PH) Removes outdated references; adds or changes provisions to streamline the loan application process; updates credit guidelines; give mores flexibility to set maximum loan amounts.
IDAPA 61 - STATE PUBLIC DEFENSE COMMISSION
816 W. Bannock St., Suite 201, Boise, ID 83702
61-0104-1801, Rules Governing Procedures and Forms for the Application and Disbursement of Indigent Defense Grants. Establishes the process and requirements for counties to apply for grants to comply with the Indigent Defense Standards.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF TEMPORARY RULE ONLY
IDAPA 18 – DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
18-0154-1802, Rule to Implement the NAIC Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards Model Act (eff. 10-1-18)T
IDAPA 27 – IDAHO BOARD OF PHARMACY
27-0103-1802, Rules Governing Pharmacy Practice (eff. 10-3-18)T
IDAPA 29 – IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION
29-0103-1802, Rules Governing Nominations for Appointment as a Commissioner to the Idaho Potato Commission (eff. 8-29-18)T
NOTICES OF PROCLAMATION
IDAPA 13 – IDAHO FISH AND GAME COMMISSION / DEPT OF FISH AND GAME
13.01.07 – Rules Governing the Taking of Upland Game Animals
13-0107-1801AP – Notice of Amended Proclamation
13.01.09 – Rules Governing the Taking of Big Game Animals in the State of Idaho
13-0109-1804P – Notice of Proclamation
NOTICES OF INTENT TO PROMULGATE – NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING
IDAPA 02 – DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
02-0414-1801, Rules Governing Dairy Products (2ND Notice) (See Bulletin for meeting info)
Please refer to the Idaho Administrative Bulletin October 3, 2018, Volume 18-10, for the notices and text of all rulemakings, proclamations,  information and schedules for negotiated rulemaking meeting and public hearing, executive orders of the Governor, and contact information.
Issues of the Idaho Administrative Bulletin can be viewed at www.adminrules.idaho.gov/
Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator, Dept. of Administration, PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0306
Phone: 208-332-1820; Email: rulescoordinator@adm.idaho.gov
158 Oct. 3
Ordinance
Ordinance No 132
An ordinance of the City of Tensed, A municipal corporation of the state of Idaho, providing for the day and time of regular meetings of the tensed city council, repealing conflicting ordinances and providing an effective date.
Be it ordained by the mayor and council of the city of tensed, Idaho:
Section 1. The city council shall meet regularly on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 PM, at city hall. In the event that a regular council meeting falls on a holiday, the meeting shall be moved to the following business day.
Section 2. Repeal of Conflicting Provisions. All provisions of Ordinance 97-A of the City of Tensed which conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
Section 3. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage and publication as provided by law.
Enacted by the city council as an ordinance of the City of Tensed on the 10 day of September, 2018.
Approved by the Mayor on the 12 day of September, 2018.
CITY OF TENSED
By: /s/ Gayle Carter Cook, Mayor
ATTEST:
Gayle Carter Cook, acting clerk
160 Oct. 3
Ordinance
Ordinance No. 2018-725
An ordinance of the City of St. Maries, Idaho amending ordinance 2017-2018 the appropriation ordinance of the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2017 and ending September 30, 2018; appropriating additional monies that are to be received or have been received by the City of St. Maries, Idaho, in the sum of $817,927.00; and providing for an effective date.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of St. Maries, Benewah County, Idaho;
Section 1: Ordinance No. 2017-718, the appropriations ordinance for the City of St. Maries, Idaho, for the fiscal year commencing October 1, 2017, and ending September 30, 2018 is hereby amended as follows:
That the additional sum of $817,972.00 be appropriated out of the revenues, reimbursements, grant money and reserves to be used for the authorized activity of the General Fund and the Utility Fund.
Section 2: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon its passage, approval, and publication in one issue of the St. Maries Gazette Record, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of St. Maries, and the official newspaper of said City.
Passed under suspension of the rules upon which a roll call vote was taken and duly enacted as an Ordinance of the City of St. Maries, Benewah County, Idaho, at convened meeting of the St. Maries City Council held on the 27th day of September, 2018.
CITY OF ST. MARIES, BENEWAH COUNTY, IDAHO
BY: /s/ Tom Carver, Mayor
ATTEST:
/s/ Kriss Gibson, Clerk
162 Oct. 3

Public Notice
The following application(s) have been filed to appropriate the public waters of the State of Idaho:
93-7680
BURT J ONSTOTT
PAMELA J ONSTOTT
8676 N CHASE RD
POST FALLS, ID 83854-6103
Point of Diversion NENE
S10 T43N R05W
BENEWAH County
Source  GROUND WATER
Use:  DOMESTIC
01/01 to 12/31   0.04 CFS
Use:  IRRIGATION
01/01 to 12/31   0.09 CFS
Total Diversion:  0.09 CFS
Date Filed:  9/17/2018
Place Of Use: DOMESTIC
T43N R05W S10 NENE 
Place Of Use: IRRIGATION
T43N R05W S10 NENE 
Total Acres:  3
Permits will be subject to all prior water rights. For additional information concerning the property location, contact Northern Region office at (208) 762-2800. Protests may be submitted based on the criteria of Idaho Code § 42-203A. Any protest against the approval of this application must be filed with the Director, Dept. of Water Resources, Northern Region, 7600 N MINERAL DR STE 100, COEUR D ALENE ID 83815-7763 together with a protest fee of $25.00 for each application on or before 10/22/2018. The protestant must also send a copy of the protest to the applicant.
GARY SPACKMAN, Director   
Published on 10/3/2018 and 10/10/2018
159 Oct. 3 - 10

Ordinance
Ordinance No. 133
AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2018, APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF $135211.81 TO DEFRAY THE EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY OF TENSED FOR SAID FISCAL YEAR, AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SUFFICIENT TAX UPON THE TAXABLE PROPERTY AND SPECIFYING THE OBJECTS AND PURPOSES FOR WHICH SAID APPROPRIATION IS MADE.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Tensed, Benewah County, Idaho:
Section 1: That the sum of $135211.81 be, and the same is appropriated to defray the necessary expenses and liabilities of the City of Tensed, Benewah County, Idaho for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.
Section 2: The objects and purposes for which such appropriation is made, and the amount of each object and purpose is as follows:
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
GENERAL FUND
 General & Administrative  $41297.87
 Streets    $5777.17
GARBAGE FUND   $8625.34
SEWER FUND    $29503.97
WATER FUND    $50007.46
TOTAL EXPENSES   $135211.81
Section 3: That a general tax levy on all taxable property within the City of Tensed be levied in an amount allowed by law for the general purposes for said City, for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.
Section 4: All ordinance and part of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Section 5: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon its passage, approval and publication in one issue of the St. Maries Gazette Record, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Tensed, and the official newspaper of said city.
PASSES under suspension of rules upon which a roll call vote was taken and duly enacted an Ordinance of the City of Tensed, Benewah County, Idaho at a convened meeting of the City of Tensed City Council held on the 10th day of September 2018.
/s/ Gayle Carter Cook, Mayor
ATTEST: Gayle Carter Cook, acting Clerk
161 Oct. 3

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