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Existing law requires one of those nonpublic members to be a registered dispensing optician and requires the initial appointment of that member to replace the optometrist member whose term expired on June 1, 2015.(4) Existing law establishes a dispensing optician committee under the board, requires the committee to advise and make recommendations to the board regarding the regulation of dispensing opticians pursuant to the act, and tasks the committee with recommending registration standards and criteria for the registration of dispensing opticians and reviewing the disciplinary guidelines relating to registered dispensing opticians.
Existing law requires the committee to consist of 2 registered dispensing opticians, 2 public members, and one member of the board.
This bill, as of January 1, 2016, would instead require one of those registered dispensing optician members to be a spectacle lens dispenser or a contact lens dispenser, would require the committee to additionally advise the board regarding the regulation of spectacle lens dispensers and contact lens dispensers, and would additionally task the committee with recommending registration standards and criteria for the registration of those dispensers and nonresident contact lens sellers and reviewing the disciplinary guidelines relating to those dispensers and nonresident contact lens sellers.
Existing law authorizes the Department of General Services to increase the dollar amounts referenced above on an annual basis, commencing on January 1, 1999, according to an inflationary index governing construction costs that is selected and recognized by the department.
This bill would increase from ,000 to 0,000 the estimated cost threshold for the requirement that the Department of General Services pass upon and approve or reject all plans for the construction or alteration of any school building.