Originally Posted By: mpatton
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The legislative meeting went well from my perspective. I do not know the exact number in attendance but it was around 75 people.
The Committee members led by Faith Greenwell ran the meeting, very effectively in an open forum that was truly "open". No questions were suppressed; all questions were addressed as well as the committee could respond, be it an answer or an explanation.
The resounding message that I herd was that if this legislation does not pass that other groups (realtors & home builders) will more than likely be pushing their legislation over the next sessions. The point here is either this passes with the HI input or next time around it may have little input from those of us it affects the most the Home Inspector!
If you have read the legislation what is your take on the content, it appears to be fair and not one sided toward any one interest outside of the HI. Also for further comment when asked who's SOP would be used or if it would be a "Kentucky" document they were quick to respond that it will be a "Kentucky" SOP.
Please respond accordingly if anyone has more to add to this or if I have misstated anything.
Also I hate to admit it but I do not know who from NACHI was in attendance, If you were there please respond here so we can get a head count for NACHI (if someone else was there include them in your response) ![icon_question.gif](upload://t2zemjDOQRADd4xSC3xOot86t0m.gif)
On the other note about a joint meeting I need to get with KREIA and establish what the next "meeting" will be. The reason for this is that KREIA is having their "2004 Education Conference" scheduled for March 3rd - 6th.
I personally will not be attending due to a trip out of the country during this time frame.
I would like to organize another KOI Meeting for February with an open invite of course to the KREIA folks and all others, any input to this?
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