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Oregon Bulletin

February 1, 2011

 

Bureau of Labor and Industries
Chapter 839

Rule Caption: Conforms allowable garnishment processing fee rules with legislation.

Adm. Order No.: BLI 22-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-30-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2010

Rules Amended: 839-001-0200, 839-020-0027

Subject: ORS 18.736, adopted by the 2003 Legislature, permits employers to deduct a “processing fee” in a specified amount from the wages of debtor employees/garnishors. OAR 839-001-0200 and 839-020-0027 were adopted in 2003 and 2004 to include these fees as amounts that may be deducted from employee wages under the Wage Collection and Minimum Wage laws. The amount of the processing fee in ORS 18.736 was amended by the 2009 legislature. OAR 839-001-0200 and 839-00-0027 are being amended, therefore to reflect this amendment.

Rules Coordinator: Marcia Ohlemiller—(971) 673-0784

839-001-0200

Deductions for Garnishment Processing Fee

(1) If a garnishee that employs a debtor is required to make any payment under a writ of garnishment by reason of wages payable to the debtor, the garnishee may collect a processing fee as provided pursuant to ORS 18.736 for each week of wages, or fraction of a week of wages, for which a payment is made under the provisions of ORS 18.735. The processing fee must be collected after the last payment is made under the writ. The fee shall be withheld from the wages of the debtor, and is in addition to the amounts withheld for payment to the garnishor under the writ or under any other writ delivered to the garnishee.

(2) The fee provided for in this section may not be collected if withholding of the fee would reduce the debtor’s net disposable income below the minimum amount prescribed by ORS 18.385.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 651.060(4), 652, 653 & HB 3544 (2003 OL)

Stats. Implemented: ORS 18.838, 652.150 & 653.261(1)

Hist.: BLI 7-2003, f. 12-31-03, cert. ef. 1-1-04; BLI 22-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-020-0027

Deductions for Garnishment Processing Fee

(1) If a garnishee that employs a debtor is required to make any payment under a writ of garnishment by reason of wages payable to the debtor, the garnishee may collect a processing fee as provided pursuant to ORS 18.736 for each week of wages, or fraction of a week of wages, for which a payment is made under the provisions of ORS 18.735. The processing fee must be collected after the last payment is made under the writ. The fee shall be withheld from the wages of the debtor, and is in addition to the amounts withheld for payment to the garnishor under the writ or under any other writ delivered to the garnishee.

(2) The fee provided for in this section may not be collected if withholding of the fee would reduce the debtor’s net disposable income below the minimum amount prescribed by ORS 18.385.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 651.060(4), 652, 653 & HB 3544(2003 legislature)

Stats. Implemented: ORS 18.838, 652.150 & 653.261(1)

Hist.: BLI 7-2003, f. 12-31-03, cert. ef. 1-1-04; BLI 22-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

 

Rule Caption: Conforms prevailing Wage Rate rules to legislation; clarifies definition of “apprentice”; amends contract specifications requirement.

Adm. Order No.: BLI 23-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-30-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2010

Rules Amended: 839-025-0004, 839-025-0013, 839-025-0020, 839-025-0035, 839-025-0060, 839-025-0100, 839-025-0230

Subject: The amended rules conform the agency’s PWR rules to the provisions of HB 3651, passed by the 2010 Legislature, amending the definition of “public works” in the PWR law to include solar construction and installation projects on property owned by a public body, regardless of whether of not funds of a public agency are used. The proposed rule amendments also clarify that in order for workers to qualify and be paid as apprentices or trainees under the PWR law, they must employed by “registered training agents” pursuant to the standards of the apprenticeship/training program pursuant to ORS 660; the Apprenticeship and Training law. In addition, the rule amendments permit contracting agencies to provide in the contract specifications for projects subject o both the state PWR law and the federal Davis-Bacon Act that the applicable state prevailing wage rates are those that are in effect at the time the applicable federal prevailing wage rates are effective. And finally, rule amendments provide that rate reference requirements in the contract specification are met if such references include Uniform Resource Locator (URL) information for a webpage or webpages showing the title of each applicable wage rates publication or determination and the date of each publication or determination as well as the date of any applicable amendments.

Rules Coordinator: Marcia Ohlemiller—(971) 673-0784

839-025-0004

Definitions

As used in OAR chapter 839, division 025, unless the context requires otherwise:

(1) “Apprentice” means:

(a) A person who is individually registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship (OA), or with any state apprenticeship agency recognized by OA, and who is employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010(10) and is working pursuant to the standards of the apprentice’s apprenticeship program; or

(b) A person in probationary employment as an apprentice in such an apprenticeship program, but who is not individually registered in the program, but who has been certified by the OA or a state apprenticeship agency to be eligible for probationary employment as an apprentice, and who is employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010 (10) and is working pursuant to the standards of the apprentice’s apprenticeship program.

(2) “The Basic Hourly Rate of Pay” or “Hourly Rate” means the rate of hourly wage, excluding fringe benefits, paid to the worker.

(3) “Bureau” means the Bureau of Labor and Industries.

(4) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries, or designee.

(5) “Construction” means the initial construction of buildings and other structures, or additions thereto, and of highways and roads. “Construction” does not include the transportation of material or supplies to or from the public works project by employees of a construction contractor or construction subcontractor.

(6) “Division” means the Wage and Hour Division of the Bureau of Labor and Industries.

(7) “Employ” includes to suffer or permit to work.

(8) “Fringe benefits” means the amount of:

(a) The rate of contribution irrevocably made on a regular basis and not less often than quarterly by a contractor or subcontractor to a trustee or to a third person pursuant to a plan, fund or program; and

(b) The rate of costs to the contractor or subcontractor which may be reasonably anticipated in providing benefits to workers pursuant to an enforceable commitment to carry out a financially responsible plan or program which is committed in writing to the workers affected, for medical or hospital care, pensions on retirement or death, compensation for injuries or illness resulting from occupational activity, or insurance to provide any of the foregoing, for unemployment benefits, life insurance, disability and sickness insurance or accident insurance, for vacation and holiday pay, for defraying costs of apprenticeship or other similar programs or for other bona fide fringe benefits, but only where the contractor or subcontractor is not required by other federal, state or local law to provide any of such benefits. Other bona fide fringe benefits do not include reimbursement to workers for meals, lodging or other travel expenses, nor contributions to industry advancement funds (CIAF for example).

(9)(a) “Funds of a public agency” includes any funds of a public agency that are directly or indirectly used, as described below.

(A) “Directly used funds of a public agency” means revenue, money, or that which can be valued in money collected for a public agency or derived from a public agency’s immediate custody and control, and, except as provided in ORS 279C.810(1)(a)(H) and (J) and subsection (b) of this section, includes but is not limited to any money loaned by a public agency, including the loan of proceeds from the sale of conduit or pass-through revenue bonds for the specific purpose of financing a project, and public property or other assets used as payment for all or part of a project.

(B) “Indirectly used funds of a public agency” means, except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, that a public agency ultimately bears the cost of all or part of the project, even if a public agency is not paying for the project directly or completing payment at the time it occurs or shortly thereafter. A public agency does not indirectly use funds of a public agency when it elects not to collect land rent that is due. Examples of when an agency “ultimately bears the cost” of all or part of a project include but are not limited to:

(i) Amortizing the costs of construction over the life of a lease and paying these costs with funds of a public agency during the course of the lease;

(ii) A public agency subsidizing the costs of construction that would normally be borne by the contractor;

(iii) Using insurance proceeds that belong to a public agency to pay for construction. Insurance proceeds represent “money collected for the custody and control of a public agency” and therefore are funds of a public agency, whether the contractor obtains payment directly from the insurance company or the public agency; or

(iv) Using or creating a private entity as a conduit for funding a project when the private entity is in fact an alter ego of the public agency.

(b) “Funds of a public agency” does not include:

(A) Funds provided in the form of a government grant to a nonprofit organization, unless the government grant is issued for the purpose of construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting;

(B) Building and development permit fees paid or waived by the public agency;

(C) Tax credits or tax abatements;

(D) Land that a public agency sells to a private entity at fair market value;

(E) The difference between:

(i) The value of land that a public agency sells to a private entity as determined at the time of the sale after taking into account any plan, requirement, covenant, condition, restriction or other limitation, exclusive of zoning or land use regulations, that the public agency imposes on the development or use of the land; and

(ii) The fair market value of the land if the land is not subject to the limitations described in subparagraph (i) of this paragraph;

(F) Staff resources of the public agency used to manage a project or to provide a principal source of supervision, coordination or oversight of a project;

(G) Staff resources of the public agency used to design or inspect one or more components of a project;

(H) Moneys derived from the sale of bonds that are loaned by a state agency to a private entity, unless the moneys will be used for a public improvement;

(I) Value added to land as a consequence of a public agency’s site preparation, demolition of real property or remediation or removal of environmental contamination, except for value added in excess of the expenses the public agency incurred in the site preparation, demolition or remediation or removal when the land is sold for use in a project otherwise subject to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870; or

(J) Bonds, or loans from the proceeds of bonds, issued in accordance with ORS Chapter 289 or 441.525 to 441.595, unless the bonds or loans will be used for a public improvement.

(10) “Housing” has the meaning given that term in ORS 456.055.

(11) “Major renovation” means the remodeling or alteration of buildings and other structures within the framework of an existing building or structure and the alteration of existing highways and roads, the contract price of which exceeds $50,000.

(12) “Nonprofit organization,” as used in section (9)(b)(A) of this rule, means an organization or group of organizations described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code that is exempt from income tax under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code.

(13) “Normal business hours” means the hours during which the office of the contractor or subcontractor is normally open for business. In the absence of evidence to the contrary, the Division will consider the hours between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., excluding the hours between 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m., on weekdays as normal business hours.

(14) “Overtime” means all hours worked:

(a) On Saturdays;

(b) On the following legal holidays:

(A) Each Sunday;

(B) New Year’s Day on January 1;

(C) Memorial Day on the last Monday in May;

(D) Independence Day on July 4;

(E) Labor Day on the first Monday in September;

(F) Thanksgiving Day on the fourth Thursday in November;

(G) Christmas Day on December 25.

(c) Over 40 hours in a week; and either

(d) Over eight (8) hours in a day; or

(e) Over 10 hours in a day provided:

(A) The employer has established a work schedule of four consecutive days (Monday through Thursday or Tuesday through Friday) pursuant to OAR 839-025-0034; and

(B) The employer operates in accordance with this established work schedule.

(15) “Overtime rate” means the basic hourly rate of pay multiplied by one and one-half.

(16) “Overtime wages” means the overtime hours worked multiplied by the overtime rate.

(17) “Person” includes a public or private corporation, a partnership, a sole proprietorship, a limited liability company, a government or governmental instrumentality.

(18) “Prevailing wage rate claim” means a claim for wages filed by a worker with the Division.

(19) “Public agency” means the State of Oregon or any political subdivision thereof or any county, city, district, authority, public corporation or entity and any instrumentality thereof organized and existing under law or charter.

(20)(a) “Public work,” “public works” or “public works project” includes but is not limited to:

(A) Roads, highways, buildings, structures and improvements of all types, the construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of which is carried on or contracted for by any public agency to serve the public interest;

(B) A project for the construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of a privately owned road, highway, building, structure or improvement of any type that uses funds of a private entity and $750,000 or more of funds of a public agency; or

(C) A project for the construction of a privately owned road, highway, building, structure or improvement of any type that uses funds of a private entity and in which 25 percent or more of the square footage of the completed project will be occupied or used by a public agency; or

(D) A device, structure, or mechanism, or a combination of devices, structures, or mechanisms that:

(i) Uses solar radiation as a source for generating heat, cooling, or electrical energy; and

(ii) Is constructed or installed, with or without using funds of a public agency, on land, premises, structures, or buildings that a public agency owns, regardless of the total project cost.

(b) “Public works” does not include:

(A) The reconstruction or renovation of privately owned property that is leased by a public agency; or

(B) The renovation of publicly owned real property that is more than 75 years old by a private nonprofit entity if:

(i) The real property is leased to the private nonprofit entity for more than 25 years;

(ii) Funds of a public agency used in the renovation do not exceed 15 percent of the total cost of the renovation; and

(iii) Contracts for the renovation were advertised or, if not advertised, were entered into before July 1, 2003, but the renovation has not been completed on or before July 1, 2007.

(21) “Public works contract” or “contract” means any contract, agreement or understanding, written or oral, into which a public agency enters for any public work.

(22) “Reconstruction” means highway and road resurfacing and rebuilding, the restoration of existing highways and roads, and the restoration of buildings and other structures.

(23) “Reconstruction or renovation of privately owned property which is leased by a public agency” includes improvements of all types within the framework or footprint of an existing building or structure.

(24)(a) “Residential construction project” means a public works project for the construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of a single family house or apartment building of not more than four (4) stories in height and all incidental items such as site work, parking areas, utilities, streets and sidewalks pursuant to the U.S. Department of Labor’s “All Agency Memorandum No. 130” -- “Application Of The Standard of Comparison ‘Projects Of a Character Similar’ Under the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts” dated March 17, 1978. (See Appendix 6.)

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, where it is determined that a different definition of “residential construction” has been adopted by local ordinance or code, or that the prevailing practice of a particular trade or occupation regarding what is considered “residential construction” differs from the U.S. Department of Labor definition of residential construction, the commissioner may consider such information in determining a project to be a “residential construction project.”

(25) “Site of work” is defined as follows:

(a) The site of work is limited to the physical place or places where the construction called for in the contract will remain when work on it has been completed, and other adjacent or nearby property used by the contractor or subcontractor in such construction which can reasonably be said to be included in the site.

(b) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, fabrication plants, mobile factories, batch plants, borrow pits, job headquarters, tool yards and similar facilities, are part of the site of work provided they are dedicated exclusively, or nearly so, to the performance of the contract or project, and are so located in proximity to the actual construction location that it would be reasonable to include them. Such facilities which are established by a supplier of materials for the project after the opening of bids are deemed to be dedicated exclusively to the performance of the contract or project.

(c) Not included in the site of work are permanent home offices, branch plant establishments, fabrication plants, and tool yards of a contractor or subcontractor whose locations and continuance in operation are determined wholly without regard to a particular contract or project. In addition, fabrication plants, batch plants, borrow pits, job headquarters, tool yards, and similar facilities of a commercial supplier or materialman which are established by a supplier of materials for the project before opening of bids and not on the project site, are not included in the site of work. Such permanent, previously established facilities are not part of the site of the work, even where the operations for a period of time may be dedicated exclusively, or nearly so, to the performance of a contract or project.

(26) “Special wage determination” means a wage determination made at the request of a public agency and which is applicable only to specific job classes. A special wage determination is issued in those cases where there is no current wage determination applicable to specific job classes and the use of such job classes is contemplated on a public works project.

(27) “Trade” or “occupation” is defined in accordance with the prevailing practices of the construction industry in Oregon.

(28) “Trainee” means a person registered and receiving on-the-job training in a construction occupation under a program which has been approved in advance by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship (OA), as meeting its standards for on-the-job training programs, and which has been so certified by that office, and who is employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010(10) and is working pursuant to the standards of the trainee’s program.

(29) “Training agent” means an employer that is registered with a local joint committee and the Apprenticeship and Training Division of the Bureau of Labor and Industries.

(30) “Wage determination” includes the original decision and any subsequent amendments made by the commissioner in accordance with ORS 279C.815.

(31) “Wages” or “Prevailing Wages” means the basic hourly rate of pay and fringe benefits as defined in sections (2) and (8) of this rule.

(32) “Worker” means a person employed on a public works project and whose duties are manual or physical in nature (including those workers who use tools or who are performing the work of a trade), as distinguished from mental, professional or managerial. The term “worker” includes apprentices, trainees and any person employed or working on a public works project in a trade or occupation for which the commissioner has determined a prevailing rate of wage. (See OAR 839-025-0035.)

[ED. NOTE: Attachment referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279C & 651.060

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279C.800, 279C.870

Hist.: BL 14-1982, f. 10-19-82, ef. 10-20-82; BL 4-1984, f. & ef. 3-13-84; BL 7-1989(Temp), f. 10-2-89, cert. ef. 10-3-89; BL 5-1990, f. 3-30-90, cert. ef. 4-1-90; BL 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-96; BL 8-1996, f. 8-26-96, cert. ef. 9-1-96; BL 3-1997(Temp), f. 7-31-97, cert. ef. 8-1-97; BL 1-1998, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-98; BLI 15-2001, f. & cert. ef. 11-14-01; BLI 5-2002, f. 2-14-02, cert. ef. 2-15-02; Renumbered from 839-016-0004, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 29-2005, f. 12-29-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 19-2006(Temp), f. 5-12-06, cert. ef. 5-15-06 thru 11-10-06; BLI 39-2006, f. 11-8-06, cert. ef. 11-10-06; BLI 20-2007(Temp), f. 7-30-07, cert. ef. 8-1-07 thru 1-27-08; BLI 42-2007, f.12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0013

Notice of Public Works Form

(1) The notification form required by ORS 279C.835 is the Notice of Public Works form, WH-81.

(2) Except as provided in sections (4), (5), and (6) of this rule, the public agency must file the Notice of Public Works form, WH-81, with the Prevailing Wage Rate Unit within 30 days after the date a public works contract is awarded.

(3) The Notice of Public Works form, WH-81, must be accompanied by:

(a) payment of the fee required pursuant to ORS 279C.825; and

(b) a copy of the disclosure of first-tier subcontractors submitted to the public agency by the contractor if required pursuant to ORS 279C.370 and if a public agency awards a contract to a contractor for a public works project.

(4) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(B) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the Notice of Public Works form shall be filed by the public agency providing public funds for the project at the time the public agency commits to the provision of funds for the project.

(5) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(C) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the Notice of Public Works form shall be filed by the public agency when the agency enters into an agreement to occupy or use the completed project.

(6) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(D) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the Notice of Public Works form shall be filed by the public agency that owns the land, premise(s), structure(s) or building(s) on which the solar radiation device will be constructed or installed at the time the public agency enters into an agreement authorizing the construction or installation of the solar radiation device.

(7) Public agencies are not required to file a Notice of Public Works form when the contract awarded is not regulated under the provisions of ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870.

[ED. NOTE: Forms and Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279 & 651

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279.348 - 279.380

Hist.: BL 14-1982, f. 10-19-82, ef. 10-20-82; BL 4-1984, f. & ef. 3-13-84; BL 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-96; BLI 5-2002, f. 2-14-02, cert. ef. 2-15-02; Renumbered from 839-016-0013, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 42-2007, f. 12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 18-2009(Temp), f. 8-3-09, cert. ef. 8-5-09 thru 1-31-10; BLI 28-2009, f. 12-1-09, cert. ef. 1-1-10; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0020

Public Works Contracts and Contract Specifications; Required Conditions

(1) For purposes of this rule:

(a) “Construction Manager/General Contractor contract” (or “CM/GC contract”) means a contract that typically results in a general contractor/construction manager initially undertaking various pre-construction tasks that may include, but are not limited to: design phase development, constructability reviews, value engineering, scheduling, and cost estimating, and in which a guaranteed maximum price for completion of construction-type work is typically established by amendment of the initial contract, after the pre-construction tasks are complete or substantially complete. “CM/GC” refers to the general contractor/construction manager under this form of contract. Following the design phase, the CM/GC may then act as a General Contractor and begin the subcontracting process. The CM/GC typically coordinates and manages the construction process, provides contractor expertise, and acts as a member of the project team.

(b) “Construction specifications” include the detailed description of physical characteristics of the improvement, design details, technical descriptions of the method and manner of doing the work, quantities or qualities of any materials required to be furnished, descriptions of dimensions, required units of measurement, composition or manufacturer, and descriptions of any quality, performance, or acceptance requirements.

(2) Every public works contract must contain the following:

(a) A condition or clause that, if the contractor fails, neglects, or refuses to make prompt payment of any claim for labor or services furnished to the contractor or a subcontractor by any person, or the assignee of the person, in connection with the public works contract as such claim becomes due, the proper officer or officers of the public agency may pay such claim and charge the amount of the payment against funds due or to become due the contractor by reason of the contract (Reference: ORS 279C.515);

(b) A condition that no person will be employed for more than 10 hours in any one day, or 40 hours in any one week except in cases of necessity, emergency, or where the public policy absolutely requires it, and in such cases the person so employed must be paid at least time and one-half the regular rate of pay for all time worked:

(A) For all overtime in excess of eight hours a day or 40 hours in any one week when the work week is five consecutive days, Monday through Friday; or

(B) For all overtime in excess of 10 hours a day or 40 hours in any one week when the work week if four consecutive days, Monday through Friday; and

(C) For all work performed on Saturday and on any legal holiday specified in ORS 279C.540;

(c) A condition that an employer must give notice to employees who work on a public works contract in writing, either at the time of hire or before commencement of work on the contract, or by posting a notice in a location frequented by employees, of the number of hours per day and days per week that the employees may be required to work (Reference: ORS 279C.520); and

(d) A condition that the contractor must promptly, as due, make payment to any person, co-partnership, association or corporation, furnishing medical, surgical and hospital care or other needed care and attention, incident to sickness or injury, to employees of such contractor, of all sums which the contractor agrees to pay for such services and all moneys and sums which the contractor collected or deducted from the wages of the contractor’s employees pursuant to any law, contract or agreement for the purpose of providing or paying for such service (Reference: ORS 279C.530).

(3) Every public works contract and subcontract must contain a provision that each worker in each trade or occupation employed in the performance of the contract either by the contractor, subcontractor or other person doing or contracting to do or contracting for the whole or any part of the work on the contract, must be paid not less than the applicable state prevailing rate of wage, or the applicable federal prevailing rate of wage, whichever is higher.

(4)(a) The specifications for every public works contract must contain a provision stating the existing state prevailing rate of wage and, if applicable, the federal prevailing rate of wage required under the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 3141 et seq.). Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section and sections (6) and (7) of this rule, the existing rate of wage is the rate in effect at the time the initial specifications were first advertised for bid solicitations.

(b) If a public agency is required under subsection (a) of this section or section (6) of this rule to include the state and federal prevailing rates of wage in the specifications for a contract for public works, the public agency also shall include in the specifications information showing which prevailing rate of wage is higher for workers in each trade or occupation in each locality, as determined by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries under ORS 279C.815(2)(b).

(c) Pursuant to ORS 279C.838(4) and notwithstanding ORS 279C.830(1), if the contract is subject to both ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870 and the Davis Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 3141 et seq.), the public agency may provide in the specifications for the contract a single date to be used to establish both the “existing state prevailing rate of wage” and the “applicable federal prevailing rate of wage” that is consistent with the federal requirements under 29 CFR 1.6.

(5)(a) The provisions described in sections (3) and (4), and sections (6) and (7) if applicable, must be included in all specifications for each contract awarded on the project, regardless of the price of any individual contract, so long as the combined price of all contracts awarded on the project is $50,000 or more (Reference: ORS 279C.830).

(b) A statement incorporating the applicable prevailing wage rate publication and any amendments thereto or Davis-Bacon wage rate determination into the specifications by reference will satisfy these requirements. Except as provided in subsection (c), such reference must include the title of the applicable wage rates publication or determination and the date of the publication or determination as well as the date of any applicable amendments.

(c) When the prevailing wage rates are available electronically or are accessible on the Internet, the rates may be incorporated into the specifications by referring to the electronically accessible or Internet-accessible rates and by providing adequate information about how to access the rates. Such reference must include the title of the applicable wage rates publication or determination and the date of the publication or determination as well as the date of any applicable amendments. The reference requirements of this subsection will be satisfied if such reference includes Uniform Resource Locator (URL) information for a webpage or webpages showing the title of each applicable wage rates publication or determination and the date of each publication or determination as well as the date of any applicable amendments.

(6) When a public agency is a party to a CM/GC contract, the CM/GC contract becomes a public works contract either when the contract first constitutes a binding and enforceable obligation on the part of the CM/GC to perform or arrange for the performance of construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of an improvement that is a public works or when the CM/GC contract enters the construction phase, whichever occurs first. The prevailing wage rate in effect at that time shall apply and must be included with the construction specifications for the CM/GC contract. For example, the CM/GC will have a binding and enforceable obligation to perform or arrange for the performance of construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of an improvement after the public agency and CM/GC commit to the guaranteed maximum price. For purposes of this rule, the CM/GC contract enters the construction phase when the agency first authorizes the performance of early construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting work directly related to the improvement project.

(7) A public works project described in ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(B), (C), or (D) that is not a CM/GC contract subject to section (6) of this rule is subject to the existing state prevailing rate of wage or, if applicable, the federal prevailing rate of wage required under the Davis-Bacon Act that is in effect at the time a public agency enters into an agreement with a private entity for the project. After that time, the specifications for any contract for the public works shall include the applicable prevailing rate of wage.

(8) If a project is a public works of the type described in ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(B), (C), or (D), a public agency will be deemed to have complied with the provisions of ORS 279C.830 if the public agency requires compliance with the provisions of section (5) of this rule in any agreement entered into by the public agency committing to provide funds for the project, to occupy or use the completed project, or authorizing the construction or installation of a solar radiation device.

(9) Public agencies may obtain, without cost, a copy of the existing prevailing rate of wages for use in preparing the contract specifications by contacting the Prevailing Wage Rate Unit or any office of the bureau.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279C & 651.060

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279C.800–279C.870

Hist.: BL 14-1982, f. 10-19-82, ef. 10-20-82; BL 7-1989(Temp), f. 10-2-89, cert. ef. 10-3-89; BL 5-1990, f. 3-30-90, cert. ef. 4-1-90; BL 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-96; BL 3-1997(Temp), f. 7-31-97, cert. ef. 8-1-97; BL 1-1998, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-98; BLI 5-2002, f. 2-14-02, cert. ef. 2-15-02; Renumbered from 839-016-0020, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 29-2005, f. 12-29-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 19-2006(Temp), f. 5-12-06, cert. ef. 5-15-06 thru 11-10-06; BLI 39-2006, f. 11-8-06, cert. ef. 11-10-06; BLI 2-2007, f. & cert. ef. 1-23-07; BLI 20-2007(Temp), f. 7-30-07, cert. ef. 8-1-07 thru 1-27-08; BLI 42-2007, f. 12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 18-2009(Temp), f. 8-3-09, cert. ef. 8-5-09 thru 1-31-10; BLI 28-2009, f. 12-1-09, cert. ef. 1-1-10; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0035

Payment of Prevailing Rate of Wage

(1) Every contractor or subcontractor employing workers on a public works project must pay to such workers no less than the applicable prevailing rate of wage for each trade or occupation, as determined by the commissioner, in which the workers are employed.

(2) When a public works project is subject to the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 3141 et seq.), if the state prevailing rate of wage is higher than the federal prevailing rate of wage, the contractor and every subcontractor on the project shall pay no less than the state prevailing rate of wage as determined under ORS 279C.815.

(3) Every person paid by a contractor or subcontractor in any manner for the person’s labor in the construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of a public work is employed and must receive no less than the applicable prevailing rate of wage, regardless of any contractual relationship alleged to exist. Thus, for example, if partners are themselves performing the duties of a worker, the partners must receive no less than the prevailing rate of wage for the hours they are so engaged.

(4) Persons employed on a public works project and who are spending more than 20% of their time during any workweek in performing duties which are manual or physical in nature as opposed to mental or managerial in nature are workers and must be paid the applicable prevailing rate of wage. Mental or managerial duties include, but are not limited to, administrative, executive, professional, supervisory or clerical duties.

(5) Persons employed on a public works project for the manufacture or furnishing of materials, articles, supplies or equipment (whether or not a public agency acquires title to such materials, articles, supplies or equipment during the course of the manufacture or furnishing, or owns the materials from which they are manufactured or furnished) are not workers required to be paid the applicable prevailing rate of wage unless the employment of such persons is performed in connection with and at the site of the public works project.

(6) Except as provided in ORS 279C.838, persons employed on a public works project who are employed by a commercial supplier of goods or materials must be paid no less than the applicable prevailing rate of wage when the work is performed at the “site of work” as that term is defined in OAR 839-025-0004(25) or when the work is performed in fabrication plants, batch plants, borrow pits, job headquarters, tool yards or other such places that are dedicated exclusively or nearly so to the public works project.

(7) Except as provided in ORS 279C.838, persons employed on a public works project by the construction contractor or construction subcontractor to transport materials or supplies to or from the public works project are required to be paid the applicable prevailing wage rate for work performed in connection with the transportation of materials or supplies at the “site of work” as that term is defined in OAR 839-025-0004(25).

(8) Persons employed on a public works project for service work as opposed to construction work are not workers required to be paid the prevailing rate of wage.

(9) Every apprentice, as defined in OAR 839-025-0004(1), must be paid not less than the appropriate percentage of the applicable journeyman’s wage rate and fringe benefits as determined pursuant to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870. Any worker on a public works project who is not an apprentice as defined in OAR 839-025-0004(1), or who is not employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010(10), or who is not working pursuant to the standards of the apprentice’s apprenticeship program, must be paid not less than the applicable prevailing rate of wage for the classification of work actually performed. In addition, if the total number of apprentices employed exceeds the ratio permitted in the applicable standards, all apprentices so employed must be paid not less than the applicable journeyman’s prevailing wage rate for work actually performed.

(10) Every trainee, as defined in OAR 839-025-0004(28), must be paid not less than the appropriate percentage of the applicable journeyman’s wage rate and fringe benefits determined pursuant to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870. Any worker on a public works project who is not a trainee as defined in OAR 839-025-0004(28), or who is not employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010(10), or who is not working pursuant to the standards of the trainee’s program, must be paid not less than the applicable prevailing rate of wage for the classification of work actually performed. In addition, if the total number of trainees employed exceeds the ratio permitted in the applicable standards, all trainees so employed must be paid not less than the applicable journeyman’s prevailing wage rate for work actually performed.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279 & 651

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279.350

Hist.: BL 14-1982, f. 10-19-82, ef. 10-20-82; BL 4-1984, f. & ef. 3-13-84; BL 7-1989(Temp), f. 10-2-89, cert. ef. 10-3-89; BL 5-1990, f. 3-30-90, cert. ef. 4-1-90; BL 8-1996, f. 8-26-96, cert. ef. 9-1-96; BL 1-1997(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-29-97; BL 4-1997, f. & cert. ef. 8-29-97; BLI 5-2002, f. 2-14-02, cert. ef. 2-15-02; Renumbered from 839-016-0035, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 29-2005, f. 12-29-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 42-2007, f. 12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 18-2009(Temp), f. 8-3-09, cert. ef. 8-5-09 thru 1-31-10; BLI 28-2009, f. 12-1-09, cert. ef. 1-1-10; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0060

Apprentices

(1) Apprentices will be permitted to work upon a public works project at less than the prevailing rate of wage for the work performed when they are employed by a registered training agent pursuant to ORS 660.010(10), and are working pursuant to the standards of the apprentice’s apprenticeship program, and are individually registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with:

(a) The U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship (OA); or

(b) A State Apprenticeship Agency recognized by the OA; or

(c) If a person is employed in probationary employment as an apprentice in such an apprenticeship program, who is not individually registered in the program, but who has been certified by the OA or a State apprenticeship Agency to be eligible for probationary employment as an apprentice.

(2) The allowable ratio of apprentices to journeymen in any craft classification must conform to the apprenticeship standards filed with the Oregon Apprenticeship and Training Council for the particular craft or program in which the contractor’s or subcontractor’s apprentices are registered.

(3) The contractor or subcontractor will be required to furnish to the contracting officer or a representative of the Wage and Hour Division written evidence of the registration of the program and apprentices as well as the appropriate ratios and wage rates (expressed in percentages of the journeymen hourly rates) prescribed in that program. The commissioner has prepared a form, WH-120, which can be used by contractors or subcontractors in complying with this rule. Use of this form is optional.

(4) Notwithstanding section (1) of this rule, apprentices must be paid the full prevailing rate of wage when the program in which they are registered is located in a state contiguous to Oregon which does not recognize apprentices registered in a program approved by the Oregon State Apprenticeship and Training Council.

[ED. NOTE: Forms referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 651.060(4)

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279.348

Hist.: BL 14-1982, f. 10-19-82, ef. 10-20-82; BL 4-1984, f. & ef. 3-13-84; BL 7-1994, f. & cert. ef. 11-16-94; BLI 5-2002, f. 2-14-02, cert. ef. 2-15-02; Renumbered from 839-016-0060, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0100

Exemptions

(1) All public works are regulated under ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870 except as follows:

(a) Projects for which the total price does not exceed $50,000. As used in this section, the price of a project includes, but is not limited to, the value of work performed by every person paid by a contractor or subcontractor in any manner for the person’s work on the project, but does not include the value of donated materials or work performed on the project by individuals volunteering to the public agency without pay. If the price of a project exceeds $50,000 at any time during the project, the project is not exempt from ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870.

(b) Contracts of a People’s Utility District, which are regulated under ORS 261.345.

(c) Projects for which no funds of a public agency are directly or indirectly used.

(d) Projects:

(A) That are privately owned;

(B) That use funds of a private entity;

(C) In which less than 25 percent of the square footage of a completed project will be occupied or used by a public agency; and

(D) For which less than $750,000 of funds of a public agency are used.

(E) For purposes of this rule, if none of the square footage of a completed project will be occupied or used by a public agency and no funds of a public agency are used, the provisions of paragraphs (C) and (D) of this subsection will be deemed to have been met.

(e) Projects for residential construction that are privately owned and that predominantly provide affordable housing. As used in this paragraph:

(A) “Affordable housing” means housing that serves occupants whose incomes are no greater than 60 percent of the area median income or, if the occupants are owners, whose incomes are no greater than 80 percent of the area median income.

(B) “Predominantly” means 60 percent or more.

(C) “Privately owned” includes:

(i) Affordable housing provided on real property owned by a public agency if the real property and related structures are leased to a private entity for 50 or more years; and

(ii) Affordable housing owned by a partnership, nonprofit corporation or limited liability company in which a housing authority, as defined in ORS 456.005, is a general partner, director or managing member and the housing authority is not a majority owner in the partnership, nonprofit corporation or limited liability company.

(2) The provisions of ORS 279C.840 and these rules that regulate payment of the prevailing rate of wage do not apply to:

(a) Inmates of the Oregon Department of Corrections assigned to:

(A) A work release program or otherwise working in gainful private employment pursuant to ORS 144.480, relating to prison inmate labor; or

(B) State Parks and Recreation Department projects to improve, maintain and repair buildings and property at state parks and recreation areas pursuant to ORS 390.195(1).

(b) Oregon Youth Conservation Corps members.

(3) A public agency is not subject to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870 if the public agency only provides funds for a public works project that are not “funds of a public agency” as that phrase is defined in OAR 839-025-0004(9), or, if the public agency will use or occupy less than 25% of the square footage of the completed public works project and less than 25% of combined square footage of the completed project will be used or occupied by public agencies.

(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections (1), (2), and (3) of this rule, public works as defined in ORS 279C.800(4)(D) are not exempt from ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870.

[Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279 & 651.060

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279.357, 390.195(1) & OL Ch. 628 (2001)

Hist.: BL 4-1984, f. & ef. 3-13-84; BL 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-96; BL 1-1998, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-98; BLI 15-2001, f. & cert. ef. 11-14-01; Renumbered from 839-016-0100, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 29-2005, f. 12-29-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 18-2006, f. 5-12-06, cert. ef. 5-15-06; BLI 20-2007(Temp), f. 7-30-07, cert. ef. 8-1-07 thru 1-27-08; BLI 42-2007, f. 12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

839-025-0230

Special Circumstances

(1) When a public agency enters into an agreement for construction management services or chooses to act as its own general contractor or construction manager in connection with a public works project subject to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870, the contract price for purposes of determining whether the project is regulated under the law shall be the sum of all contracts associated with the project or, if the actual sums are not known at the time work begins, the contract price shall be the guaranteed maximum amount for the project or the agency’s good faith estimate of the contract price of the project if there is no guaranteed maximum amount.

(2) When a public agency contracts with a contractor to act as the general manager of a public works project, the contract for general manager services is a public works contract for purposes of these rules and a fee is required just as it is for any other public works contract, since the contract would not have been entered into but for the public works project.

(3) When a public agency acts as its own general contractor and enters into one or several contracts in connection with a public works project subject to ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870, the public agency is required to pay the fee in connection with each contract awarded to each contractor. The fee is required on all contracts, regardless of the contract price of any individual contract, so long as the combined price of all contracts awarded on the project is $50,000 or more.

(4) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(B) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the public agency or agencies providing public funds for the project shall pay the required fee at the time the public agency or agencies commit(s) to the provision of funds for the project. When the amount of the project is not known by the public agency or agencies providing public funds for the project, the public agency or agencies shall pay the required fee pursuant to the provisions of OAR 839-025-0220.

(5) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(C) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the public agency or agencies that will occupy or use the completed project shall pay the required fee when the agency or agencies enter(s) into an agreement to occupy or use the completed project. When the amount of the project is not known by the public agency or agencies that will occupy or use the completed project, the public agency or agencies shall pay the required fee pursuant to the provisions of OAR 839-025-0220.

(6) When a project is a public works project pursuant to ORS 279C.800(6)(a)(D) and no public agency awards a contract to a contractor for the project, the public agency that owns the land, premise(s), structure(s), or building(s) on which the solar radiation device will be constructed or installed shall pay the required fee at the time the public agency enters into an agreement authorizing the construction or installation of the solar radiation device.

(7) When more than one public agency is required to pay a fee pursuant to section (4) or (5) of this rule, the amount of the fee owed by each public agency shall, if not otherwise previously agreed upon by the agencies, be pro-rated proportionately based on the amount of public funds provided or space occupied or used by each agency.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279 & 651

Stats. Implemented: ORS 279.348 - 279.380

Hist.: BL 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-96; Renumbered from 839-016-0230, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 29-2005, f. 12-29-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 42-2007, f. 12-28-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 23-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

 

Rule Caption: Amends the prevailing rates of wage for the period beginning January 1, 2011.

Adm. Order No.: BLI 24-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-30-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Amended: 839-025-0700

Subject: The amended rule amends the prevailing rates of wage as determined by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries for the period beginning January 1, 2011.

Rules Coordinator: Marcia Ohlemiller—(971) 673-0784

839-025-0700

Prevailing Wage Rate Determination/Amendments to Determination

(1) Pursuant to ORS 279C.815, the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries has determined that the wage rates stated in publications of the Bureau of Labor and Industries entitled Prevailing Wage Rates on Public Works Contracts in Oregon and Prevailing Wage Rates for Public Works Contracts in Oregon subject to BOTH the state PWR and federal Davis-Bacon Act dated January 1, 2011, are the prevailing rates of wage for workers upon public works in each trade or occupation in the locality where work is performed for the period beginning January 1, 2011, and the effective dates of the applicable special wage determination and rates amendments:

 (2) Copies of Prevailing Wage Rates on Public Works Contracts in Oregon and Prevailing Wage Rates for Public Works Contracts in Oregon subject to BOTH the state PWR and federal Davis-Bacon Act dated January 1, 2011, are available from any office of the Wage and Hour Division of the Bureau of Labor and Industries. The offices are located in Eugene, Portland and Salem and are listed in the blue pages of the phone book. Copies are also available on the bureau’s webpage at www.oregon.gov/boli or may be obtained from the Prevailing Wage Rate Coordinator, Prevailing Wage Rate Unit, Wage and Hour Division, Bureau of Labor and Industries, 800 NE Oregon Street #1045, Portland, Oregon 97232; (971) 673-0839.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 279C.815, 651.060

Stats. Implemented: ORS.279C.815

Hist.: BLI 7-1998(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-29-98 thru 4-27-99; BLI 1-1999, f. 1-8-99, cert. ef. 1-15-99; BLI 4-1999, f. 6-16-99, cert. ef. 7-1-99; BLI 6-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-23-99; BLI 9-1999, f. 9-14-99, cert. ef. 10-1-99: BLI 16-1999, f. 12-8-99, cert. ef. 1-1-00; BLI 4-2000, f. & cert. ef. 2-1-00; BLI 9-2000, f. & cert. ef. 3-1-00; BLI 10-2000, f. 3-17-00, cert. ef. 4-1-00; BLI 22-2000, f. 9-25-00, cert. ef. 10-1-00; BLI 26-2000, f. 12-14-00 cert. ef. 1-1-01; BLI 1-2001, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-01; BLI 3-2001, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-01; BLI 4-2001, f. 3-27-01, cert. ef. 4-1-01; BLI 5-2001, f. 6-21-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; BLI 8-2001, f. & cert. ef. 7-20-01; BLI 14-2001, f. 9-26-01, cert. ef. 10-1-01; BLI 16-2001, f. 12-28-01, cert. ef. 1-1-02; BLI 2-2002, f. 1-16-02, cert. ef. 1-18-02; BLI 8-2002, f. 3-25-02, cert. ef. 4-1-02; BLI 12-2002 f. 6-19-02 cert. ef. 7-1-02; BLI 16-2002, f. 12-24-02 cert. ef. 1-1-03; BLI 1-2003, f. 1-29-03, cert. ef. 2-14-03; BLI 3-2003, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-03; BLI 4-2003, f. 6-26-03, cert. ef. 7-1-03; BLI 5-2003, f. 9-17-03, cert. ef. 10-1-03; BLI 9-2003, f. 12-31-03, cert. ef. 1-5-04; BLI 1-2004, f. 4-9-04, cert. ef. 4-15-04; BLI 6-2004, f. 6-25-04, cert. ef. 7-1-04; BLI 11-2004, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-04; BLI 17-2004, f. 12-10-04 cert. ef. 12-13-04; BLI 18-2004, f. 12-20-04, cert. ef. 1-1-05; Renumbered from 839-016-0700, BLI 7-2005, f. 2-25-05, cert. ef. 3-1-05; BLI 8-2005, f. 3-29-05, cert. ef. 4-1-05; BLI 18-2005, f. 9-19-05, cert. ef. 9-20-05; BLI 19-2005, f. 9-23-05, cert. ef. 10-1-05; BLI 26-2005, f. 12-23-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; BLI 1-2006, f. 1-24-06, cert. ef. 1-25-06; BLI 2-2006, f. & cert. ef. 2-9-06; BLI 4-2006, f. 2-23-06, cert. ef. 2-24-06; BLI 14-2006, f. 3-30-06, cert. ef. 4-1-06; BLI 20-2006, f. & cert. ef. 6-16-06; BLI 21-2006, f. 6-16-06 cert. ef. 7-1-06; BLI 23-2006, f. 6-27-06 cert. ef. 6-29-06; BLI 25-2006, f. & cert. ef. 7-11-06; BLI 26-2006, f. & cert. ef. 7-13-06; BLI 28-2006, f. 7-21-06, cert. ef. 7-24-06; BLI 29-2006, f. 8-8-06, cert. ef. 8-9-06; BLI 32-2006, f. & cert. ef. 9-13-06; BLI 33-2006, f. 9-28-06, cert. ef. 10-1-06; BLI 36-2006, f. & cert. ef. 10-4-06; BLI 37-2006, f. & cert. ef. 10-19-06; BLI 40-2006, f. 11-17-06, cert. ef. 11-20-06; BLI 43-2006, f. 12-7-06, cert. ef. 12-8-06; BLI 45-2006, f. 12-26-06, cert. ef. 1-1-07; BLI 5-2007, f. 1-30-07, cert. ef. 1-31-07; BLI 6-2007, f. & cert. ef. 3-5-07; BLI 7-2007, f. 3-28-07, cert. ef. 3-30-07; BLI 8-2007, f. 3-29-07, cert. ef. 4-1-07; BLI 9-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-07; BLI 10-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-30-07; BLI 12-2007, f. & cert. ef. 5-31-07; BLI 13-2007, f. 6-8-07, cert. ef. 6-11-07; BLI 14-2007, f. 6-27-07, cert. ef. 6-28-07; BLI 15-2007, f. & cert. ef. 6-28-07; BLI 16-2007, f. 6-29-07, cert. ef. 7-1-07; BLI 18-2007, f. 7-10-07, cert. ef. 7-12-07; BLI 21-2007, f. 8-3-07, cert. ef. 8-8-07; BLI 22-2007, cert. & ef. 8-30-07; BLI 23-2007, f. 8-31-07, cert. ef. 9-4-07; BLI 24-2007, f. 9-11-07, cert. ef. 9-12-07; BLI 25-2007, f. 9-19-07, cert. ef. 9-20-07; BLI 26-2007, f. 9-25-07 cert. ef. 9-26-07; BLI 27-2007, f. 9-25-07 cert. ef. 10-1-07; BLI 28-2007, f. 9-26-07 cert. ef. 10-1-07; BLI 31-2007, f. 11-20-07, cert. ef. 11-23-07; BLI 34-2007, f. 12-27-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; BLI 1-2008, f. & cert. ef. 1-4-08; BLI 2-2008, f. & cert. ef. 1-11-08; BLI 3-2008, f. & cert. ef. 2-21-08; BLI 6-2008, f. & cert. ef. 3-13-08; BLI 8-2008, f. 3-31-08, cert. ef. 4-1-08; BLI 9-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-14-08; BLI 11-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-24-08; BLI 12-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-30-08; BLI 16-2008, f. & cert. ef. 6-11-08; BLI 17-2008, f. & cert. ef. 6-18-08; BLI 19-2008, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-08; BLI 20-2008, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-08; BLI 23-2008, f. & cert. ef. 7-10-08; BLI 26-2008, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-08; BLI 28-2008, f. & cert. ef. 9-3-08; BLI 30-2008, f. & cert. ef. 9-25-08; BLI 31-2008, f. 9-29-08, cert. ef. 10-1-08; BLI 32-2008, f. & cert. ef. 10-8-08; BLI 36-2008, f. & cert. ef. 10-29-08; BLI 41-2008, f. & cert. ef. 11-12-08; BLI 42-2008, f. & cert. ef. 12-1-08; BLI 44-2008, f. & cert. ef. 12-29-08; BLI 45-2008, f. 12-31-08, cert. ef. 1-1-09; BLI 1-2009, f. & cert. ef. 1-6-09, BLI 2-2009, f. & cert. ef. 1-12-09; BLI 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-11-09; BLI 6-2009, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-09; BLI 7-2009, f. & cert. ef. 3-24-09; BLI 8-2009, f. 3-31-09, cert. ef. 4-1-09; BLI 10-2009, f. 6-9-09, cert. ef. 6-10-09; BLI 11-2009, f. 6-29-09, cert. ef. 6-30-09; BLI 12-2009, f. 6-29-09, cert. ef. 7-1-09; BLI 13-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-09; BLI 14-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-10-09; BLI 15-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-16-09; BLI 16-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-22-09; BLI 17-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-29-09; BLI 19-2009, f. & cert. ef. 8-18-09; BLI 20-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-09; BLI 21-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-21-09; BLI 22-2009, f. 9-30-09, cert. ef. 10-1-09; BLI 23-2009, f. & cert. ef. 10-8-09; BLI 24-2009, f. & cert. ef. 11-12-09; BLI 25-2009, f. & cert. ef. 11-23-09; BLI 29-2009, f. 12-31-09, cert. ef. 1-1-10; BLI 1-2010, f. 1-8-10, cert. ef. 1-12-10; BLI 2-2010, f. 1-11-10, cert. ef. 1-13-10; BLI 3-2010, f. & cert. ef 1-19-10; BLI 4-2010, f. & cert. ef 1-27-10; BLI 13-2010, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-10; BLI 17-2010, f. 6-29-10, cert. ef. 7-1-10; BLI 20-2010, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-10; BLI 24-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

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