2007 Meeting Dates
Region III Minutes
regular meeting of the Shenandoah Valley Chapter (Region III) of the VBCOA
was held February 17, 2010, at the Butcher Block Buffet in Stevens City, VA.
The following members were present and active jurisdictions represented:
of Winchester: John Knight, Richie Fletcher,
David Parker, Cindy Imes, Sherry Starliper, Danny Mowery, Art Varnau
Associate Members: Lloyd
quorum was present with 26 active members and 7 jurisdictions represented.
Article IX of the By-Laws applies.
A presentation regarding pole
building construction was delivered by Buddy Showalter with the American
ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES
AND TREASURERíS REPORT:
The January minutes were
reviewed and accepted. The treasurerís report was presented and
of Communications received and sent.
Reminder of IAEI meeting in
There was a code change
proposal submitted for the removal of the IRC from the VUSBC.
Reports of Officers.
Williams: No Report
IBC committee is reviewing code
change proposals. Justin
Biller needs input by March 1, 2010.
See Treasurerís Report.
Reports of Committees:
(Ad-Hocs In Italics)
& Resolutions: Gayl
Conservation: Vacant; Chairman
(4 Work Groups):
John Trenary/Lloyd Winters
Be advised that there is
legislation proposed for above ground fertilizer storage tanks.
Kevin will send out information packet for review.
Vacant; Chairman by default
Vacant; Chairman by default
Dates of Events
Next meeting will be at the
Wood Grill Buffet in
Mid-year meeting to be held in
For sale are eight sets of the
VBCOA Military Commemorative pins. Contact
Membership applications were
due by January 31, 2010.
A joint meeting has been
suggested by the past presidents council and the region chairs.
The region chairs will meet to discuss concerns before this joint
Training schedule from DHCD is
less than previous years. Preference
will be given to person to whom the module is required for their job.
At the BOD meeting, Emory
Rodgers gave information regarding energy code compliance that may require
90% compliance by 2017.
Another vote was taken at the
BOD meeting regarding residential sprinkler systems on what position was to
be taken to the state legislature. Again
sprinkling for one and two family dwellings to be voluntary and mandatory
for townhomes with tradeoffs yet to determined.
registration fees discussed at the BOD meeting with $50 per member and $85
for non member.
BOD voted to spend $300 to send
two members to
The past presidents council is
proposing a bylaw change that would make them responsible for nominating the
officers instead of the current committee.
They rescinded the proposed by-law to make changes and it is expected
that it will be presented at the mid-year meeting for vote.
Tradesman applications and
renewals are set to increase on April 1, 2010.
If you need to apply for a certification do so before the increase to
save around $40 for the application.