AGENDA FOR TSBBE BOARD MEETING
Date & Time: Monday, January 10, 2005 at 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 8:00 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 for matters authorized under Chapter 551.071 of the Texas Government
Code, and/or for deliberation of personnel matters authorized under Chapter
551.074 of the Texas Government Code.
1. Pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (Open Meetings), call
to order and roll call by William H. Kuykendall, Chairman, Texas State Board
of Barber Examiners or presiding officer.
2. Consideration of and possibly take action on minutes from board meetings
on October 4-5, 2004 and November 16, 2004.
3. Consideration of and possibly take action to approve Certificates of
Appreciation for certain individuals in recognition of their 50 or more years
of service as licensed barbers.
4. Public Comments (Public Comments may be made on both days of board
5. Consideration of and possibly take action on Executive Director's Report.
Executive Director Glenn Parker will give the Board an update on agency
activities and operations including, but not limited to, status of shared
inspections with Cosmetology Commission, status of follow-up audit by State
Auditor's Office, Texas Online, and other agency operational issues.
6. Consideration of and possibly take action on agency financial and
operations reports, including but not limited to year-to-date revenue and
expenditure reports, student enrollment reports, and examination results
7. Consideration of and possibly take action on Proposals for Decisions
(PFDs) from State Office of Administrative Hearings for SOAH hearings held on
October 18, 2004 for the individuals listed below:
October 18, 2004 SOAH Hearings
PFDs With Recommendations to Uphold:
1. Kendrick Donte Mitchell, File #230183, SOAH Docket #502-04-7220.W
2. Richard Alvarez, File #217996, SOAH Docket #502-04-8099.W
3. Adrian D. Autry, File #218506, SOAH Docket #502-04-8100.W
4. Benneth G. Flemming, File #224069, SOAH Docket #502-04-8104.W
5. Cassandra Hardaway, File #233996, SOAH Docket #502-04-8105.W
6. Cedric Harris, File #240078, SOAH Docket #502-04-8106.W
7. Tyrone Hebbard, File #228612, SOAH Docket #502-04-8107.W
8. John Johnson II, File #224255, SOAH Docket #502-04-8108.W
9. Scott Jackson, File #239461, SOAH Docket #502-04-8109.W
10. Jamey D. Johnson, File #231848, SOAH Docket #502-04-8110.W
11. Boniface Kangone, File # None, SOAH Docket #502-04-8112.W
12. Maurice Lee, File #231221, SOAH Docket #502-04-8113.W
13. Raul Medina, File #236125, SOAH Docket #502-04-8116.W
14. Michael Leray Moore, File #225110, SOAH Docket, #502-04-8118.W
15. Ramon Chasco, File #221418, SOAH Docket #502-04-8121.W
16. Elena Shelvin, File #239567, SOAH Docket #502-04-8125.W
17. D┐Ainsley T. Smith, File #220848, SOAH Docket #502-04-8126.W
18. Todd Burrell, File #241864, SOAH Docket #502-04-8129.W
19. Beatrice Ufom, File #677726, SOAH Docket #502-04-8130.W
20. Toussaint E. Washington, File #219603, SOAH Docket #502-04-8131.W
PFDs With Recommendations to Dismiss:
8. Consideration of and possibly take action on Agreed Orders from Executive
Director for Informal Hearings conducted with the individuals listed below:
1. Ronald Green, File #218991
2. Aris Ingram, File # None
3. Rafik Kaissi, File #223262
4. Billy Perkins, File # None
5. Julius Talton, File #48180
9. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposed
new Rule 51.91 concerning the responsibilities of a shop owner and/or manager
regarding individuals without a license or permit, or with an expired license
or permit, who practice barbering in a shop.
10. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposed
amendment to Rule 51.16 to clarify that it is the Board┐s requirement that
each student who enrolls in a barber school be issued for permanent retention
by the individual his or her own set of books purchased by the school or the
student from the TSBBE that contain the applicable Texas State Statutes and
TSBBE Board Rules governing the practice of barbering and related occupations
as regulated by the Board of Barber Examiners. The rule would further clarify
that each new student is to be issued a new set of books upon enrollment and
is to keep ownership/possession of the books permanently and is not to return
the books to the school.
11. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposed
amendment to Rule 51.77 (Barber Shop Permit) to require that the permit
holder(s) for barber shops and specialty shops purchase current copies of the
Board's Statutes and Rules booklets (books) whenever an original shop permit
is issued and whenever a shop permit is renewed, and to keep the Statutes and
Rules booklets on site in the shop.
12. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposed
amendment to Rule 51.97 (Booth Rental Permit) to require that the permit
holder for barber booth rental permit or manicurist booth rental permit
purchase current copies of the Board┐s Statutes and Rules booklets (books)
whenever an original booth rental permit is issued and whenever a booth
rental permit is renewed, and to keep the Statutes and Rules booklets on site
in the shop. (Booth renters are also known as independent contractors.)
13. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposed
amendment to Rule 51.5 (Good Standing Required for License Renewal) to
specify that the Board may suspend a license or permit for certain causes
including but not limited to the failure to pay a fine or penalty in full
within a specified time period from the date that the Board approves an
Agreed Order from the Executive Director or a Proposal for Decision from the
State Office of Administrative Hearings in which the fine and/or penalty is
upheld or assessed, or for the accumulation of a certain number of fines
within a specified time period. The Board would be required to notify the
license or permit holder of its intention to suspend the license or permit
and the holder would have the right to a hearing at the State Office of
Administrative Hearings before the license or permit would be suspended.
14. Consideration of and possibly take action for final adoption of proposal
to repeal Rule 51.121 (Barber Inspectors). Rule 51.121 currently reads:
"All applicants for the position of barber inspector must be licensed
barbers and must have practiced barbering for at least three years
immediately prior to applying for the position of barber inspector. An
applicant must have a high school diploma or GED."
15. Consideration of and possibly take action to adopt new fee or fees for
agency newsletter and other communication tools with agency licensees.
Proposed amount of fee is $10 for a two-year period coinciding with licensing
dates and would be paid at time of issuance of license or permit and upon renewal.
16. Consideration of and possible take action on the current list of
identified statutory changes to Chapter 1601 (Barbers) of the Texas
Occupations Code to address with the 79th Legislature. The current list was
adopted in a board meeting in January, 2004 and modified in a board meeting
on November 16, 2004. Board will review the list and may consider addition,
deletion, or revision of current items. Significant items currently include,
but are not limited to: (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 a barber must have practiced as a
licensed barber for at least 12 months before obtaining a shop permit; (3)
change TOC 1601.257 minimum age for manicurists 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 the current 20:1; and other items.
The Board may also consider and take action to request that the Legislature
consider revising Chapter 1601.301, 302, 303, 304 and 305 of the Texas
Occupations Code to revise or clarify statutes concerning the qualifications
for obtaining a barbershop or specialty shop permit and who is eligible to
own, operate, or manage a barbershop or a specialty shop.
A complete list of statutory changes that will be requested by the Board can
be obtained by contacting Glenn Parker, Executive Director, TSBBE, at
512-936-6333 or toll-free at 1-888-870-8755, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
17. Consideration of and possibly take action on Board activities and
priorities for 79th Legislative Session, including but not limited to
recommendations from the Sunset Advisory Commission, preparation of talking
points for legislative hearings, and for meetings with other governmental
officials and oversight groups as appropriate.
18. Consideration of and possibly take action on draft of a Business
Improvement Plan for proposed new Texas Board of Barbering and Cosmetology,
as recommended by the Sunset Advisory Commission, in the event that the
proposed Sunset legislation passes.
19. Consideration of and possibly take action to review and revise the agency
application package for new barber schools.
20. Consideration of and possibly take action to review the booth rental
permit (independent contractor) process and possibly take action to propose
revisions to statutes, rules, board policies and procedures concerning booth
21. Consideration of and possibly take action on proposal to amend Rule
51.141 (Definitions) to include definitions for "Expired License or
Permit", "Inactive License or Permit", and
"Unlicensed" as those terms apply to barbering and related
occupations regulated by the Board of Barber Examiners.
22. Consideration of and possibly take action to review outcome of Board
Self-Evaluation and to plan for implementation of possible improvements.
23. Consideration of and possibly take action to set date for next Board
meeting (April 4-5, 2005 is likely date).