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MINUTES OF THE MEETING

BOARD OF PILOT COMMISSIONERS

Country Inn & Suites

9009 Astronaut Boulevard

Cape Canaveral, FL

January 23 - 24, 2014

January 23, 2014

Approved October 2, 2014

FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Commissioner Trueba, Chair of the Committee, called the meeting to order at 1:01 p.m.

Commissioner Fernandez, Chair of the Board, stated that Commissioner Swindell had notified the staff that he was unable to attend the meeting and was excused from the meeting.

Members Present Commissioner Trueba, Chair Commissioner Fernandez Commissioner Fox Commissioner Kurtz, Vice-Chair Commissioner Nielsen Commissioner Ulrich Commissioner Walters Members Not Present Commissioner Swindell Others Present Robyn Barineau, Executive Director Elise Rice, Government Analyst Michael Flury, Board Counsel C. Erica White, Prosecuting Attorney Galen Dunton, Board Consultant Jorge Viso, American Pilots Association Dan Ramsey, Florida Docking Masters Association Jay Winegeart, St. Johns Bar Pilot Association Stuart Lilly, Florida Harbor Pilots Association (FHPA) Warren Husband, FHPA David Fath Ben Borgie, FHPA Gretchen Winters, FHPA Allen Thompson, Tampa Bay Pilots Association Steve Gasecki, FHPA Thomas Grimison, Canaveral Pilots Association (CPA) Doug Mutter, CPA Matt Lynch, CPA Diana Brundage, Court Reporter REVIEW OF FINANCIAL REPORT – SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 Commissioner Trueba informed the Committee that the Board was not in a deficit, and he would continue to monitor their financial reports.

REVIEW OF CURRENT GROSS PILOTAGE ASSESSMENT RATE

Commissioner Trueba stated that the gross pilotage rate should be maintained at the current level. He stated that they will make adjustments at a later date, if needed.

OLD BUSINESS

There was no old business to come before the Committee at this time.

NEW BUSINESS

There was no new business to come before the Committee at this time.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to come before the Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 1:04p.m.

RULES COMMITTEE MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Commissioner Ulrich, Chair of the Committee, called the meeting to order at 1:04 p.m.

Members Present Commissioner Ulrich, Chair Commissioner Fernandez Commissioner Fox Commissioner Kurtz Commissioner Trueba Commissioner Nielsen Commissioner Walters, Vice-Chair Members Not Present Commissioner Swindell Others Present Robyn Barineau, Executive Director Elise Rice, Government Analyst Michael Flury, Board Counsel C. Erica White, Prosecuting Attorney Galen Dunton, Board Consultant Jorge Viso, American Pilots Association Dan Ramsey, Florida Docking Masters Association Jay Winegeart, St. Johns Bar Pilot Association Stuart Lilly, Florida Harbor Pilots Association (FHPA) Warren Husband, FHPA David Fath Ben Borgie, FHPA Gretchen Winters, FHPA Allen Thompson, Tampa Bay Pilots Association Steve Gasecki, FHPA Thomas Grimison, Canaveral Pilots Association (CPA) Doug Mutter, CPA Matt Lynch, CPA Diana Brundage, Court Reporter

RULES REPORT – MIKE FLURY

Mr. Flury informed the Committee that there were no rules pending at this time, however, the gross pilotage rule was always open in the event that the rule needed to be amended.

DISCUSSION OF ADJUSTMENT OF GROSS PILOTAGE ASSESSMENT

Commissioner Ulrich stated that the Finance Committee did not make a recommendation for changes to the gross pilotage assessment at this time.

OLD BUSINESS

There was no old business to come before the Committee at this time.

NEW BUSINESS

There was no new business to come before the Committee at this time.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to come before the Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 1:06 p.m.

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Commissioner Fernandez, Chair of the Board, called the meeting to order at 1:06 p.m.

Members Present Commissioner Fernandez Commissioner Fox Commissioner Kurtz Commissioner Nielsen Commissioner Trueba Commissioner Ulrich Commissioner Walters Member Not Present Commissioner Swindell, Chair Others Present Robyn Barineau, Executive Director Elise Rice, Government Analyst Michael Flury, Board Counsel C. Erica White, Prosecuting Attorney Galen Dunton, Board Consultant Jorge Viso, American Pilots Association Dan Ramsey, Florida Docking Masters Association Jay Winegeart, St. Johns Bar Pilot Association Stuart Lilly, Florida Harbor Pilots Association (FHPA) Warren Husband, FHPA David Fath Ben Borgie, FHPA Gretchen Winters, FHPA Allen Thompson, Tampa Bay Pilots Association Steve Gasecki, FHPA Thomas Grimison, Canaveral Pilots Association (CPA) Doug Mutter, CPA Matt Lynch, CPA Diana Brundage, Court Reporter REVIEW OF CHAPTER 310, FLORIDA STATUTES Commissioner Fernandez stated that there was a Legislative Committee meeting scheduled for February 11, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., at the Florida Hotel and Conference Center in Orlando.





Commissioner Fernandez stated that nothing had been submitted for the agenda, however, Commissioner Fox had submitted information that was included in the hand-outs, and the Committee reviewed the information at this time.

Commissioner Fernandez stated that a complete rewrite of Chapter 310, F.S.

was not possible, therefore, the Committee could perhaps select five items that could be considered at the February meeting.

Commissioner Fox commented that his major concerns are the safety of the pilots, the lack of minorities, and the situation in Pensacola. He stated that cruise ships should be handled differently from cargo vessels. He asked for guidelines from Mr. Flury.

Mr. Flury stated that he can advise how to try and approach the issues, however, he cannot advise them on how to make changes. He stated that they need to have a systematic approach. He also suggested that a specific agenda be set for the February meeting Commissioner Nielsen stated that he felt they should address all of the issues and not just four or five.

Commissioner Fox asked if an invitation could be sent to the tanker lines, cargo companies, and other stakeholders. Commissioner Fernandez responded that the meeting information is posted on the Board’s website and is noticed in the Florida Administrative Register. Commissioner Fox commented that he understood that Commissioners can invite people to attend the meeting.

Ms. Barineau suggested that a matrix be prepared with Commissioner Fox’s comments. She asked members to respond to staff by January 30, 2014, at noon with their responses for inclusion in the February 11 agenda.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to come before the Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 2:09 p.m.

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Members Present Commissioner Fernandez, Chair Commissioner Fox Commissioner Kurtz Commissioner Nielsen Commissioner Trueba Commissioner Ulrich Commissioner Walters Members Not Present Commissioner Swindell Others Present Robyn Barineau, Executive Director Elise Rice, Government Analyst Michael Flury, Board Counsel C. Erica White, Prosecuting Attorney Galen Dunton, Board Consultant Jorge Viso, American Pilots Association Dan Ramsey, Florida Docking Masters Association Jay Winegeart, St. Johns Bar Pilot Association Stuart Lilly, Florida Harbor Pilots Association (FHPA) Warren Husband, FHPA David Fath Ben Borgie, FHPA Gretchen Winters, FHPA Allen Thompson, Tampa Bay Pilots Association Steve Gasecki, FHPA Thomas Grimison, Canaveral Pilots Association (CPA) Doug Mutter, CPA Matt Lynch, CPA Diana Brundage, Court Reporter Chair Fernandez stated that Commissioner Swindell was excused from the meeting.

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING

October 3, 2013 MOTION: Commissioner Ulrich made a motion that the Board approve the minutes as submitted.

SECOND: Commissioner Nielsen seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

December 23, 2013 MOTION: Commissioner Ulrich made a motion that the Board approve the minutes as submitted.

SECOND: Commissioner Fox seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S REPORT

Ms. White informed the Board that there were eight cases set for the Probable Cause Panel meeting on February 11, 2014.

REQUEST FOR TWO-YEAR CERTIFICATE

Zachary Condon – St. Andrew Bay Pilots Association Chair Fernandez stated that a letter had been submitted from Captain Frudaker requesting that the Two-Year Certificate be issued for Captain Zachary Condon as his Temporary Certificate will expire on March 1, 2014, and he has met all the requirements.

MOTION: Commissioner Trueba made a motion that the Board approve the issuance of a Two-Year Certificate for Zachary Condon.

SECOND: Commissioner Kurtz seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

REQUEST FOR STATE PILOT EXAMS

Martin Poole – Biscayne Bay Pilots Association Geoffrey Pool – Biscayne Bay Pilots Association Chair Fernandez informed the Board that Captain Martin Pool will complete his training on March 3, 2014, and Captain Geoffrey Pool will complete his training on March 11, 2014, and requested that they be approved to take the exam in March.

Following discussion, the following action was taken.

MOTION: Commissioner Fox made a motion that the Board approve Captain Martin Poole and Captain Geoffrey Pool for the state pilot exam in March.

SECOND: Commissioner Nielsen seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

Christopher Kincaid – Biscayne Bay Pilots Association Commander Dunton informed the Board that Captain Kincaid will complete his training in June, and the Biscayne Bay Pilots Association has asked that he be allowed to take the exam prior to his completion date. He informed the Board that a deputy can only be approved when they are in last three months of their training, which his will start on March 20, 2014. Mr. Flury informed the Board that he agreed with Commander Dunton that the deputy has to be in the final level of their training program to take the exam.

Chair Fernandez stated that a conference call will be scheduled on March 24 at 10:00 a.m. to determine Captain Kincaid’s eligibility to take the state pilot exam.

Nathan Cook – St. Johns Bar Pilot Association Chair Fernandez stated that Captain Cook will complete his training on April 1, 2014, and the St. Johns Bar Pilot Association requested that he be approved to take the exam in March..

MOTION: Commissioner Kurtz made a motion that the Board approve Captain Nathan Cook for the state pilot exam in March.

SECOND: Commissioner Fox seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

REVIEW OF APPLICANTS FOR DEPUTY PILOT OPENINGS

Port Everglades Pilots Association Commander Dunton stated that the following applicants met the requirements to take the Deputy Pilot Examination: Justin Allen, Karl Austin, Dane Britt, Joseph Casias, Justin Facciolo, Trevor Gill, Mathew Krohn, Dustin Leserra, Thomas Lisante, Edward Markuske, James Maye, Andrew Mayher, Brendon McDonnell, Corwin Mendenhall, Sean Morrissey, Kaitlin O’Brien, Timothy Porter, Angelo Raimondi, Matthew Riley, Benjamin Rosson, Mark Ruppert, Ryan Sweeney, Jason Teal, and Michael Villa.

–  –  –

Key West Pilots Association Commander Dunton stated that the following applicants met the requirements to take the Deputy Pilot Examination: John Aristei, Michael Finnigan, Braxton Lumford, James Moore, Robert Moore II, Matthew Riley, Mark Ruppert, Thomas Sellers, and Charles Zenter.

MOTION: Commissioner Trueba made a motion that the Board approve the candidates as stated by Commander Dunton for the March 2014 examination for the deputy pilot opening with the Key West Pilots Association.

SECOND: Commissioner Kurtz seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

St. Andrew Bay Pilots Association Commander Dunton stated that the following applicants met the requirements to take the Deputy Pilot Examination: Patrick Delaney and Brett Monthie.

–  –  –

Commander Dunton stated that Eric Baker had only served for 71 days as second mate, therefore, he was not qualified to take the examination.

MOTION: Commissioner Fox made a motion that the Board deny the application for Eric Baker as he did not meet the requirements.

SECOND: Commissioner Nielsen seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

Commander Dunton stated that Louis Boone had only sea time that was inland except for 28 days, therefore, he was not qualified to take the examination.

MOTION: Commissioner Trueba made a motion that the Board deny the application for Louis Boone as he did not meet the requirements.

SECOND: Commissioner Ulrich seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

Commander Dunton stated that Justin Conway was shy six days of qualifying sea time and was unable to meet the requirements, therefore, he was not qualified to take the examination.

Following discussion, the following action was taken.

MOTION: Commissioner Trueba made a motion that the Board deny the application for Justin Conway as he did not meet the requirements.

SEC OND: Commissioner Nielsen seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

Commander Dunton stated that the sea time for Jason Gibson was as a master of an OSV of less than 1600 tons which does not meet the requirements, therefore, he was not qualified to take the examination.

Following discussion, the following action was taken.

MOTION: Commissioner Fox made a motion that the Board deny the application for Jason Gibson as he did not meet the requirements.

SECOND: Commissioner Kurtz seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

Commander Dunton stated that the sea service for Harold Gill was only on tugs which does not meet the requirements, therefore, he was not qualified to take the examination.



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