TSBBE BOARD MEETING AGENDA
July 12, 2004 at
1:00 P.M. and July 13, 2004 at 9:00 A.M.
Meeting Location: 5717 Balcones Drive, Austin, Texas 78731
The Board may deliberate and take action regarding any item on the agenda.
The Board may go into Executive Session for consultation with the Board¿s
attorney under Chapter 551.071 of the Texas Government Code, and/or for
deliberation of personnel matters under 551.074 of the Texas Government Code.
1. Pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Government Code (Open Meetings), call to
order and roll call by William H. Kuykendall, J.D., Chairman, Texas State
Board of Barber Examiners or presiding officer.
2. Review and approval of minutes for June 7, 2004 board meetings.
3. Public Comment
4. Consideration of and possibly take action on Agreed Orders (from Executive
Director) for cases heard in Informal Hearings on June 14, 2004 and June 28,
5. Consideration of and possibly take action on Executive Director¿s Report
(general update on agency operations) including:
A. Agency implementation of audit recommendations.
B. Agency meetings with Cosmetology staff re: sharing resources.
C. Status of request for Attorney General¿s Opinion regarding health
certificate requirement and requirement to use Texas Online.
D. Update on Texas Online projects.
E. Other items as necessary.
6. Consideration of and possibly take action on agency reports including:
A. Financial Operations Report (YTD June 30, 2004)
B. Report on Fines and Receivables
C. Third Quarter Performance Report
D. Agency report on Schools and Enrollments (YTD June 30, 2004)
E. Agency report on Examinations (YTD June 30, 2004)
F. Other reports as necessary
7. Consideration of and possibly take action on report and recommendations
from Board Committee on Shared Resources with Cosmetology.
8. Consideration of and possibly take action on continued regulation of
manicurists by TSBBE. Board will consider pros and cons of transferring
regulation of manicurists and specialty shops licensed by the Board to the
Texas Cosmetology Commission.
9. Consideration of and possibly take action to finally adopt rule changes to
Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 2, Chapter 51, Subchapter D, Rule
§51.98 to adopt new fees required by the Texas Online Authority.
10. Consideration of and possibly take action to finally adopt rule changes
to Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 2, Chapter 51, Subchapter B,
Rule §51.12 to require new barber schools or colleges to pay required
inspection or re-inspection fees before inspections will be scheduled by the
11. Consideration of and possibly take action on possible changes to Rule
51.3 (Administrative Fines) to be proposed concerning eliminating required
warnings for some categories of violations and replacing the 1st offence in
those categories with fines.
12. Consideration of and possibly take action on rule changes to Rule 51.93
(Sanitation Rules) and Rule 51.3 (Administrative Fines) to be proposed to
require regular, documented sanitation procedures for equipment and baths
used for pedicures and/or manicures and to impose fines for violations as
13. Consideration of and possibly take action on proposal to establish Board
examination dates for fiscal year 2005.
14. Consideration of and possibly take action on proposal to establish Board
meeting dates for remainder of fiscal year 2004 and fiscal year 2005.
15. Consideration of and possibly take action on proposal to change Rule 51.1
(Regular Meetings and Examinations) to eliminate the requirement that
examinations and/or board meetings be held on days and months currently specified.
16. Consideration of and possibly take action on Strategic Plan for fiscal
years 2005 -2009.
17. Consideration of and possibly take action on Legislative Appropriations
Request for fiscal years 2006 and 2007.
18. Board to convene in Executive Session for deliberation of personnel
matters under 551.074 of the Texas Government Code including, but not limited
to, consideration of Board self-evaluation and evaluation of Executive
19. Board to reconvene in open session and consider and possibly take action
on items considered in Executive Session.
20. If time allows, Board may take up consideration of and possibly take
action on Board legislative ¿wish list¿ for 79th Legislature. List was
adopted in January, 2004 board meeting. Board will review its legislative
wish list and consider the addition or deletion of items. Significant items
currently included are: (1) request to delete TOC 1601.264 and 1601.402
requirements for health certificate to obtain or renew a barber license; (2)
delete TOC 1601.301 requirement that barber must have practiced at least 12
months before obtaining a shop permit; (3) change TOC 1601.257 minimum age
for manicurist license from 16 years of age to 17 years of age; (4) change
TOC 1601.560 to allow 25:1 student/teacher ratio in barber schools rather
than current 20:1; and other items. Complete list can be requested by
contacting Glenn Parker, Executive Director, TSBBE at 512-936-6333 or
Board may consider and take action on requesting that the existing statutes
governing the issuance of permits for barber shops and/or specialty shop be
considered for revision by the Legislature.