Board Meeting, September 25, 2020, 1:00 pm – 4:00pm
Purpose: On-going and upcoming issues
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In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, any citizen may attend a regular or special meeting or any other meeting where a quorum of the Board will discuss public business.
Although the right of the public to attend a public meeting under the Open Meetings Act does not include the right to participate in the meeting and address the Board as part of its agenda at a regular meeting, the Board shall provide a period not to exceed 15 minutes for citizen comment.
Board meetings typically consist of:
- Application Review (Closed Session for review, Open Session for decision)
- Legal and Ethics Committee Report
- Administrative Report
- Old Business
- New Business
- Public Comment (Interested citizens should indicate their desire to speak to the Chair, who will allocate the comment period equally among those individuals. Any citizen desiring to make a presentation to the Board may be placed on the agenda for a regular meeting by making a request to the Board (through the Board office) not less than seven days before the meeting date.)
License Application Review & Notification
The Board will review all complete license applications at the Board meeting. All required materials for the application must be received by the Board by the deadline on the calendar. Notification to applicants will be given per the timeframe listed on the calendar, using the contact information provided on the license application.
If an applicant hasn’t received notification by the date listed on the calendar, one of the following may have occurred.
- All required materials for the license application were not received by the due date. In addition to the application materials provided by the applicant, official exam scores, official transcripts from the university, endorsements, and other materials listed must be received.
- The application fee has not been received.
- The contact information on the application form contains errors, preventing the notification from being delivered.
- The applicant no longer lives at the address listed on the application (common when new graduates move).
- The applicant is looking for a notification in an email account not listed on the application.
- The materials were not submitted correctly, and thus were unable to be reviewed. Examples include, but are not limited to:
- Unsigned supervision reports
- Applications with a name different than the name listed on other materials (such as exam score, transcripts, supervision reports)
- Syllabi were not submitted
- A notification or update from the Board office may have been sent to a spam or junk folder, instead of the applicant’s main email inbox.
Please Note: License applications for active duty military members and their spouses will be reviewed in accordance with Federal and State guidelines.