Certified Professional Guardian Board (CPGB)
February 14, 2005
CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL GUARDIAN BOARD
Judge Hogan called the meeting to order.
Board Minutes: The draft January 10, 2005, minutes were reviewed and approved.
Chair Report. Judge Hogan inquired of Hank Hibbard if he had heard from Joy Isham. He had not been able to make contact. Judge Hogan agreed to address the issue and appropriate procedures with Chief Justice Alexander and begin the search for a replacement from the Kitsap ARC community. As she leaves in good standing, a certificate of appreciation will be sent to her. Judge Hogan will request AOC prepare a certificate of appreciation to acknowledge her lengthy service as well as a letter from Chief Justice Alexander.
Education Committee. The mandatory training was held in Seattle on February 10 and 11. Mike reported 64 people attended. The program for day one consisted of the process of becoming a guardian. Day two focused on the rules and regulations for guardians. Feedback was very positive. Judge Hogan thanked Mike and Hank for their hard work in co-chairing the training, as well as all the Board members who participated as presenters: Tom O’Brien, John Jardine, Professor Schmidt, Robin Balsam, and Mike Longyear.. At future trainings, money may be available for pro tem expenses from the King County bar association.
Standards of Practice Committee. Commissioner Collier reported the SOPC has received one new complaint since the last meeting. The next meeting will be a telephone conference on February 28, at 8 a.m.
Ethics Committee. John asked members to submit their draft assignments by March 1 and recommended an in person meeting on the 14th.
Old Business: The standing committee list will be sent to the Board and posted on the web. Tom O’Brien reported his newly drafted grievance form and instructions, both to be sent to the SOP Committee once retyped to satisfy the web masters.
The next meeting is scheduled for March 14, 2005, at 9:00 a.m., and will be held at the AOC SeaTac facility located at 18000 Pacific Highway South, South Tower, Suite 1106. The Board received information about this new location, including a map, at the January meeting.Respectfully submitted,
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