June 28, 2013 - The Administrative Law Judge concludes that the revocation of the Licensee’s family child care license should be rescinded. The individual who was disqualified is no longer residing in the Licensee’s home and the Licensee has not had any contact with the disqualified individual since November of 2012. The individual does not have access to or direct contact with Licensee’s day care children.
June 21, 2013 - The Complainant’s motion for summary disposition is DENIED;
The Respondent’s motion for summary disposition is DENIED;
This matter will proceed to an evidentiary hearing on July 17, 2013.
June 20, 2013 - The Administrative Law Judge finds that Mr. Danner has been convicted of a serious contract crime within the meaning of the applicable statutes and rules, and recommends that the Commissioner debar the Respondents for a period of thirty months from the issuance of the original suspension order in August of 2011.
June 20, 2013 - The ALJ finds that Licensee failed to comply with some of the terms of the Conditional License in a timely fashion. The ALJ further finds that the Licensee had materially complied with all of the terms of the Conditional License by the date of the hearing. The ALJ concludes that the nature of and lack of severity of the violations do not merit revocation of Licensee’s family child care license.
June 19, 2013 - Because the Licensee’s violations of the capacity limits and training requirements were deliberate, in the view of the Administrative Law Judge, the risk of future harm to children served by the program has not been addressed. The Administrative Law Judge concludes that the temporary suspension order should be maintained pending a final determination of the appropriate licensing sanction.