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Oregon Bulletin

January 1, 2013

Landscape Contractors Board, Chapter 808

Rule Caption: Clarifies rules for continuing education credit for teaching and presenting.

Adm. Order No.: LCB 8-2012

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-4-2012

Certified to be Effective: 12-4-12

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-12

Rules Amended: 808-040-0025, 808-040-0050, 808-040-0060

Subject: Clarifies rules for continuing education credit for teaching and presenting. Clarifies that credit for presenting a class is not given only for the first presentation, but for each presentation. Also clarifies the preparation and research CEH may be available one time only and what documentation is required if selected for audit.

Rules Coordinator: Kim Gladwill-Rowley—(503) 967-6291, ext. 223

808-040-0025

Continued Education Programs

In order to qualify for CEH credit under these rules, a CEH program must be a formal program or board approved program of learning that contributes directly to the professional competence of the licensee

(1) Eligible Programs and Activities. The following programs will qualify for CEH credit provided they also meet the requirements of section (2) through (5) of this rule:

(a) Programs presented by national, state or local landscape industry organizations.

(b) Programs offered by a business to licensees.

(c) Programs sponsored by organizations that provide professional educational programs.

(d) Correspondence courses or other individual independent study programs and activities do not qualify for CEH credit unless both the CEH sponsor and the specific CEH program or activity are approved by the Board prior to the offering of, presentation of, attendance of, or participation in the program or activity.

(e) Volunteering activities for industry related boards, commissions, and designated committees.

(f) Making presentations or teaching courses related to approved subjects for the CEH credit.

(2) Sponsored Program and Activity requirements. Sponsored CEH programs must meet the following requirements to qualify for CEH credit:

(a) An outline of the program is prepared in advance and preserved;

(b) The program must cover at least one of the topic areas listed in 808-040-0040;

(c) The program is at least one hour (fifty-minute period) in length;

(d) A record of attendance is maintained by the provider;

(e) The program is conducted by a qualified instructor or presenter whose background, training, education or experience qualifies the person to teach or lead a discussion on the subject matter of the particular program.

(f) Evidence of completion is provided to participating licensees in the form of a certificate that must include:

(A) Name of sponsoring institution, association or organization;

(B) Title of the presentation;

(C) Name of instructor or presenter;

(D) Date of presentation;

(E) Type of CEH;

(F) Number of approved CEH; and

(G) Signature of the instructor or presenter or official stamp of the sponsor signifying attendance and/or completion of the course.

(3) Correspondence and Independent Study courses. Correspondence courses or other individual independent study programs and activities must meet the following requirements to qualify for CEH credit:

(a) An outline of the program is prepared in advance and preserved;

(b) The program must cover at least one of the topic areas listed in 808-040-0040;

(c) The program is at least one hour (fifty-minute period) in length;

(d) A record of attendance is maintained by the provider; and

(e) The provider of the correspondence or independent study course is a qualified instructor or presenter whose background, training, education or experience qualifies the person to teach or lead a discussion on the subject matter of the particular course.

(4) Volunteering. Education opportunities that engage the licensee in volunteering must meet the following requirements to qualify for CEH credit:

(a) One CEH credit is allowed for every three hours of qualifying volunteer work;

(b) The maximum CEH credit allowed for volunteering under this section may not exceed 4 hour in a two year period;

(c) The volunteer activity must be directly related to the landscape construction industry, such as, but not limited to:

(A) serving on industry related boards, commissions or committees; or

(B) Providing a not-for-profit service to local or state entities for the enhancement and preservation of the environment to natural resources through landscape planning, installation and maintenance.

(5) Teaching and Presenting. Activities that engage the licensee in teaching and presenting courses must meet the following criteria to qualify for CEH credit:

(a) The licensee must be an actively licensed landscape construction professional;

(b) The licensee must have been actively licensed for a period of not less than five(5) years;

(c) An outline of the course is prepared in advance and preserved;

(d) The course must cover at least one of the topic areas listed in 808-040-0040;

(e) The course is at least one hour (fifty-minute period) in length;

(f) A record of attendance is maintained by the licensee;

(g) The course is presented for an education provider; a school, university or college; a landscape contracting business, or any industry related organization or association

(h) CEH credit is allowed for each 50 minute period completed as an instructor or discussion leader of the subject material;

(i) CEH credit for preparation and research time allowed for an instructor, discussion leader, or a speaker shall be calculated on the basis of two CEH hours of preparation and research in the CEH type of the presentation for each hour of presenting or teaching.

(j) The maximum CEH credit allowed for preparation and research under this section must not exceed one-half of the total number of CEH hours required for the renewal period;

(k) Preparation and research CEH may be available one time only for teaching a course or making a presentation. CEH credit may be allowed for additional preparation and research if the substantive content of the program was substantially changed and the licensee provides evidence that such change required significant additional study or research.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 671.670
Stats. Implemented: Ch. 550 OL 2007
Hist.: LCB 8-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-17-11; LCB 2-2012, f. 3-30-12, cert. ef. 4-1-12; LCB 8-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-12

808-040-0050

Program Approval Process

(1) Pre-approval Process. Programs offered by any institution, agency, professional organization or association, which conducts educational meetings, workshops, symposiums, seminars and other such activities where a CEH credit is desired must be approved by the Board prior to the presentation of the program and prior to the attendance by a licensee. The written request for the issuance of CEH credit must:

(a) Be received on a form provided by the Board at least 30 calendar days prior to the presentation date (unless otherwise approved by the agency Administrator) and include:

(A) Name of sponsoring institution, association or organization;

(B) Title of the presentation;

(C) Date of presentation;

(D) Topic covered from list in 808-040-0040;

(E) A written outline of the program;

(F) The length of the program in hours;

(G) Name of instructor or presenter;

(H) Type of CEH requested;

(I) Copy of the certificate to be given to each attendee with the signature of the instructor or presenter or the official stamp of the sponsor on the certificate. If more than one presenter is authorized to sign, then the signatures of each presenter must be on the certificate or on copies of the certificate; and

(J) Contact information for the provider which must include the address, phone number, fax number and email (if available) for the provider.

(b) Upon receipt of all documentation required in subsection (1) of this rule the board will review the request and notify the provider by either email or regular mail the determination of the CEH allowed by the board.

(2) Other Approval Process. In the event a landscape construction professional attends a program that is not pre-approved as outlined in section (1) above, or claims credit for teaching/presenting or volunteering:

(a) The landscape construction professional may request approval of the attended program by submitting written documentation no later than 180 days after the date the program was attended that includes:

(A) Name of sponsoring institution, association or organization;

(B) Topic of the presentation;

(C) Title of the presentation;

(D) Name of instructor or presenter;

(E) Date of presentation;

(F) Length of presentation in hours;

(G) Type of CEH; and

(H) Number of CEH claimed.

(I) Signature of the instructor or presenter or official stamp of the sponsor signifying attendance and completion of the course.

(b) The board, after reviewing the submitted documentation, will determine:

(A) If the program meets the conditions for the CEH requirement; and

(B) The number of CEH allowed for the program, if any.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 671.670
Stats. Implemented: ORS 671.676
Hist.: LCB 8-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 2-2009(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-13-09 thru 11-9-09; LCB 10-2009, f. & cert. ef. 10-28-09; LCB 1-2012(Temp), f. 3-30-12, cert. ef. 4-1-12 thru 9-28-12; LCB 7-2012, f. & cert. ef. 8-2-12; LCB 8-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-12

808-040-0060

Continuing Education: Audit, Required Documentation and Sanctions

(1) To ensure adequate proof of continuing education course completion is available for audit or investigation by the Landscape Contractors Board the licensees shall maintain a record of attendance for two years following renewal.

(2) The Landscape Contractors Board will audit a select percentage of renewals determined by the Board to verify compliance with continued education hour requirement at intervals determined by the Board.

(3) Licensees notified of selection for audit of continuing education verification shall submit to the agency within 21 calendar days from the date of issuance of the notification, satisfactory documentation of completing the required continuing education outlined in OAR 808-040-0020.

(4) Documentation for a preapproved program or preapproved course provided by any institution, agency, professional organization or association, must be a certificate issued by the program provider and approved by the Landscape Contractors Board which includes:

(a) Name of sponsoring institution/association or organization;

(b) Title of presentation;

(c) Date of attendance;

(d) Type of CEH;

(e) Number of approved CEH; and

(f) Instructor’s, presenter’s or sponsor’s signature or official stamp signifying attendance and completion of the course.

(5) Documentation for independent study course, volunteering and other non-sponsored education must be an approval form issued pursuant to a CEH approval request made by the licensee under OAR 808-040-0050(2).

(6) Documentation for attending an accredited educational institution must be in the form of an official transcript showing the length of the academic term.

(7) Documentation for programs that were not pre-approved or claims for credit for teaching/presenting or volunteering must be an approval form issued pursuant to a CEH approval request made by the licensee under OAR 808-040-0050(2).

(8) The Board may perform an audit on any licensee at any time the board determines necessary to maintain compliance with the CEH requirement.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 671.670
Stats. Implemented: Ch. 550 OL 2007
Hist.: LCB 8-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-27-10; LCB 3-2010, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-10; LCB 8-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-12


 

Rule Caption: Amends written contract standards for contracts and subcontracts with other contractors.

Adm. Order No.: LCB 9-2012

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-4-2012

Certified to be Effective: 12-4-12

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-12

Rules Amended: 808-002-0020

Subject: OAR 808-002-0020 is being amended to separate the written contract requirements when a contract is with a homeowner (or agent of the homeowner) or another contractor. The standards for a contract with another contractor will no longer require all ten elements. LCB licensees have requested this amendment.

Rules Coordinator: Kim Gladwill-Rowley—(503) 967-6291, ext. 223

808-002-0020

Minimum Standards for Written Contracts and Billings

(1) Landscaping contracts and subcontracts with a homeowner or an agent of the homeowner shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(a) Landscape contracting business name, license number, business address and telephone number;

(b) Consumer’s name and address;

(c) Address or location of work to be performed if different from the consumer’s address;

(d) General description of the work to be performed and materials to be installed;

(e) Estimated time for completion or estimated completion date;

(f) Price and payment schedule;

(g) Description of guarantee; if no guarantee such a statement shall be included;

(h) Signatures of the authorized business representative and consumer;

(i) Statement that the business is licensed by the State Landscape Contractors Board and the current address and phone number of the board.

(j) Effective January 1, 2012: If subcontractors will be used for the performance of landscaping work, the contract must include a statement notifying the consumer that there will be subcontractors used to perform landscaping work.

(2) Landscaping contracts or subcontracts with another contractor licensed with the Landscape Contractors Board or the Construction Contractors Board shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(a) Landscape contracting business name;

(b) Other contractor’s name;

(c) Address or location of work to be performed;

(d) General description of the work to be performed;

(e) Estimated completion date or statement regarding schedule of work;

(f) Price and, if payments are to be made, a payment schedule;

(g) Description of guarantee; if no guarantee such a statement shall be included; and

(h) Signatures of the authorized business representative for both the other contractor and the landscape contracting business.

(3) For enforcement actions taken by the Landscape Contractors Board subsection (1) and (2) of this rule are retroactive to August 1, 2011. All contracts or subcontracts with another contractor signed on or after August 1, 2011 only need comply with subsection (2).

(4) Changes or amendments to landscaping contracts and subcontracts shall identify the scope of the change or amendment, be agreed to by both parties, and be in writing.

(5) All billings by a licensed landscape contracting business shall include the following:

(a) Name, address and telephone number of the licensed landscape contracting business;

(b) Name and address of the consumer;

(c) Total contract price and amount paid to date;

(d) The amount now due and the work performed for the amount due.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183, 671.670 & 670.310
Stats. Implemented: ORS 671.625
Hist.: LC 3, f. & ef. 2-7-77; LC 1-1981, f. & ef. 10-8-81; LC 1-1984, f. & ef. 7-17-84; LC 2-1984, f. & ef. 10-2-84; LC 1-1985, f. & ef. 7-1-85; LC 1-1986, f. & ef. 1-3-86; LCB 1-1988, f. 1-26-88, cert. ef. 2-1-88; Renumbered from 808-020-0010 & 808-020-0020; LCB 1-1991, f. & cert. ef. 7-22-91; LSCB 2-1995, f. 8-8-95, cert. ef. 8-15-95; LCB 1-2000, f. & cert. ef. 2-1-00; LCB 4-2007, f. 12-19-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 7-2010, f. & cert. ef. 10-25-10; LCB 8-2010(Temp), f. 10-25-10, cert. ef. 10-26-10 thru 4-24-11; LCB 1-2011(Temp), f. 1-27-11, cert. ef. 1-28-11 thru 7-27-11; LCB 6-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-17-11; LCB 11-2011, f. 12-29-11, cert. ef. 1-1-12; LCB 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-12


 

Rule Caption: Allows civil penalty amounts to be settled; adds penalty for misleading statements when advertising.

Adm. Order No.: LCB 10-2012

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-4-2012

Certified to be Effective: 12-4-12

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-12

Rules Amended: 808-005-0020

Subject: Amends rule to allow civil penalties to be settled; adds penalty amount and suspension for making misleading statements when advertising services or materials.

Rules Coordinator: Kim Gladwill-Rowley—(503) 967-6291, ext. 223

808-005-0020

Schedule of Civil Penalties and Suspensions

The agency assesses civil penalties for violations of ORS 671.510 to 671.760 and OAR chapter 808, some of which may be settled per the terms of a settlement agreement. These penalties include, but are not limited to:

(1) Operating as a landscape contracting business in violation of ORS 671.530(1) or (3):

(a) if the value of the work is $500 or less; $500; and

(b) if the value of the work is more than $500; $1,000

(2) Operating as a landscape contracting business in violation of ORS 671.530(1) or (3), when a claim has been filed for damages arising out of that work, $2,000.

(3) Operating as a landscape construction professional in violation of ORS 671.530(1), $1,000.

(4) Advertising in violation of ORS 671.530(2), (4), or (5):

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(5) Advertising for landscaping work outside the scope of the landscape contracting business license in violation of OAR 808-003-0040:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(6) Operating as a landscape contracting business in violation of ORS 671.530(1) or (3) when one or more previous violations have occurred after action taken on first offense, $2,000.

(7) Operating as a landscaping contracting business without having at least one owner or employee who is a licensed landscape construction professional licensed within the phase of work performed, in violation of OAR 808-003-0040 and 808-003-0045:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(8) Performing landscaping work while not subject to a written contract or failing to comply with minimum contract standards, in violation of ORS 671.625(2) and OAR 808-002-0020:

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(9) Failure to include the license number in all written advertising, in violation of OAR 808-003-0010:

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(10) Performing work outside the scope of the landscape contracting business license in violation of OAR 808-003-0040:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(11) Installation of an irrigation backflow assembly or tapping into the potable water supply in violation of a written agreement with the Board as provided in OAR 808-003-0040, $1,000 and suspension of the license until Backflow Prevention license is obtained.

(12) Failure to maintain the insurance or workers compensation insurance coverage required by ORS 671.565 or bond or other board accepted surety as required by 671.690 in effect continuously throughout the license period:

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(13) Failure to submit documentation of workers’ compensation insurance coverage or failing to register with the agency as non-exempt upon hiring one or more employees:

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(14) Failure to conform to information provided on the application in violation of ORS 671.510 to 671.710:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of compliance with the statutes and rules; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of compliance with the statutes and rules.

(15) Failure to comply with any part of ORS Chapters 316, 656, 657, and 671, as authorized by 671.510 to 671.710 or rules promulgated by the agency:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules.

(16) Conduct that is dishonest or fraudulent or that the board finds injurious to the welfare of the public as a landscape construction professional or landscape contracting business:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense and suspension of the license; and

(b) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense and suspension of the license. The agency may also revoke the license.

(17) Failure to verify workers’ compensation coverage for temporary or leased workers as required in OAR 808-003-0620:

(a) $500 for the first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules. For purposes of subsection (17)(a) only, if the documentation of verification of workers’ compensation coverage is received by the agency on or before the 21st day after the date of the contested case notice and the verification shows coverage of all employees from the employees’ hire date, the contested case will be withdrawn without prejudice.

(18) Hiring employees while licensed as an exempt landscape contracting business:

(a) $400 for the first offense if the licensee obtained workers’ compensation coverage prior to the employee hire date;

(b) $1,000 for the first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules if the licensee did not obtain workers’ compensation coverage prior to the employee hire date;

(c) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense if the licensee obtained workers’ compensation coverage prior to the employee hire date; and

(d) $2,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense and suspension of the license until the licensee provides the agency with proof of conformance with the statutes and rules if the licensee did not obtain workers’ compensation coverage prior to the employee hire date.

(19) Violating an order to stop work as authorized by ORS 671.510 to 671.710, $1,000 per day.

(20) Failure to obtain a permit to tap into a potable water supply prior to the installation of an irrigation backflow assembly or failure to comply with applicable plumbing code requirements as required by OAR 808-003-0126(3)(a):

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(21) Failure to obtain the appropriate building code permit(s):

(a) $500 for the first offense; and

(b) $1,000 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(22) When as set forth in ORS 671.610(5), the number of licensed landscape contracting businesses working together on the same task on the same job site, where one of the businesses is licensed exempt under 671.525(2)(b), exceeded two sole proprietors, one partnership, one corporation, or one limited liability company, penalties shall be imposed on each of the persons to whom the contract is awarded and each of the persons who award the contract, as follows:

(a) $1,000 for the first offense;

(b) $2,000 for the second offense;

(c) Six month suspension of the license for the third offense; and

(d) Three-year revocation of license for a fourth offense.

(23) Failure of a landscape contracting business to notify the board of a change in the landscaping business’ phase of license as required by OAR 808-003-0125:

(a) $200 for the first offense; and

(b) $500 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(24) Failure by the landscape construction professional to comply with the supervisory responsibilities as required by OAR 808-003-0018;

(a) $200 for the first offense;

(b) $500 for the second offense occurring after action taken on first offense; and

(c) $1,000 and six month suspension of the license for the third offense.

(25) Failure of the landscape construction professional to notify the Landscape Contractors Board of a change of address or employment in writing or on line at the LCB website as required by ORS 671.603 and OAR 808-003-0125:

(a) $200 for the first offense; and

(b) $500 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(26) Failure of a landscape contracting business to notify the board of a change in address in writing or on line at the LCB website as required by ORS 671.603:

(a) $200 for the first offense; and

(b) $500 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(27) Failure of a landscape contracting business to require the landscape construction professional to directly supervise unlicensed employees of the landscaping business performing landscaping work that is related to the landscape construction professional phase of license:

(a) $200 for the first offense; and

(b) $500 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(28) Failure of a landscape contracting business to obtain the correct amount of surety bond or irrevocable letter of credit, as required by ORS 671.690(1):

(a) $1,000 for the first offense and immediate suspension per ORS 671.610(2) until the proper bond is received in the State Landscape Contractors Board office;

(b) $2,000 for the second offense occurring after action taken on the first offense and immediate suspension per ORS 671.610(2) until the proper bond is received in the State Landscape Contractors Board office.

(29) Failure to notify the LCB of a new business name (including any new assumed business name) or, in the case of a sole proprietor, any personal surname under which the business is conducted, in violation of OAR 808-003-0020:

(a) $200 for first offense; and

(b) $500 for subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on first offense.

(30) Failure to respond to the continuing education audit as required under OAR 808-040-0060(3):

(a) For the first offense:

(A) $200; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the CEH documentation is received by the agency. For purposes of subsection (26)(a) only, if the CEH documentation as required by OAR 808-040-0060(3) is received by the agency on or before the 21st day after the date of the contested case notice, the contested case will be withdrawn without prejudice.

(b) For subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on the first offense:

(A) $500; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the CEH documentation is received by the agency.

(31) Failure to submit complete documentation as required under OAR 808-040-0060(3), (4), (5) or (6):

(a) For the first offense:

(A) $200; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the CEH documentation is received by the agency. For purposes of subsection 27(a) only, if the CEH documentation as required by OAR 808-040-0060(3), (4), (5) or (6) is received by the agency on or before the 21st day after the date of the contested case notice, the contested case will be withdrawn without prejudice.

(b) For subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on the first offense:

(A) $500; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the CEH documentation is received by the agency.

(32) Failure to complete the continuing education hours by the deadline as required under OAR 808-040-0020(1):

(a) For the first offense, $200; and

(b) For subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on the first offense, $500.

(33)(a) Pursuant to ORS 671.610(1)(e) makes misleading statements when advertising services or materials:

(A) $200; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the advertisement is amended, removed or the licensee no longer uses the misleading advertisement. If advertisement cannot be amended or removed, it is to be corrected upon the next printing, i.e. yellow page ads.

(b) For subsequent offenses occurring after action taken on the first offense:

(A) $500; and

(B) Suspension of the license until the advertisement is amended, removed or the licensee no longer uses the misleading advertisement. If advertisement cannot be amended or removed, it is to be corrected upon the next printing, i.e. yellow page ads.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.310 - 183.500, 670.310 & 671.670
Stats. Implemented: ORS 671.997
Hist.: LCB 1-1988, f. 1-26-88, cert. ef. 2-1-88; LCB 2-1990, f. 7-27-90, cert. ef. 8-1-90; LCB 2-1991(Temp), f. 9-27-91, cert. ef. 9-29-91; LCB 1-1992, f. 1-27-92, cert. ef. 2-1-92; LCB 2-1992, f. 7-14-92, cert. ef. 7-15-92; LSCB 2-1994, f. 11-8-94, cert. ef. 11-15-94; LSCB 2-1995, f. 8-8-95, cert. ef. 8-15-95; LSCB 2-1997, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-97; LCB 4-2002, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-02; LCB 4-2003, f. 5-27-03, cert. ef. 6-1-03; LCB 1-2004, f. 1-27-04, cert. ef. 2-1-04; LCB 2-2005, f. & cert. ef. 4-5-05; LCB 6-2005, f. 12-30-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; LCCB 3-2007, f. & cert. ef. 8-1-07; LCB 4-2007, f. 12-19-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 7-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; LCB 3-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-11-08; LCB 10-2008, f. & cert. ef. 11-6-08; LCB 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-27-10; LCB 3-2010, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-10; LCB 7-2010, f. & cert. ef. 10-25-10; LCB 10-2011, f. 7-26-11, cert. ef. 8-1-11; LCB 13-2011, f. 12-29-11, cert. ef. 1-1-12; LCB 10-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-12

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