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Each page of the Enforcement Actions section is divided into subsections for citations, administrative actions, and convictions. You should check each subsection to see if an enforcement action has been taken against the individual you are seeking.

Citations

Christopher William Raker

Mill Valley—The Board issued a three-count citation that included a $1,500 administrative fine to Christopher William Raker, architect license number C-9590, for alleged violations of section 5536.22(a) (Written Contract). The action alleged that Raker failed to obtain executed written contracts when providing professional services to a client for one commercial and two residential projects. Raker paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on June 27, 2012.

Deryl L. Redden

Fullerton—The Board issued a one-count modified citation that included a $500 administrative fine to Deryl L. Redden, architect license number C-18293, for an alleged violation of BPC section 5536.22(a) (Written Contract). The action alleged that Redden provided consulting management services for a client located in Los Angeles, California. Redden invoiced the client $1,620 for consulting management services. Redden failed to execute a written contract prior to commencing professional services. Redden paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on January 30, 2013.

Miles Samuel Reifsnyder

San Clemente—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $500 administrative fine to Miles Samuel Reifsnyder, architect license number C-24620, for an alleged violation of BPC 5600.05(a)(1) (License Renewal Process; Audit; False or Misleading Information on Coursework on Disability Access Requirements). The action alleged that Reifsnyder certified false or misleading information on his 2015 License Renewal Application. Reifsnyder paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on May 10, 2016.

Urs M. Reist

Sacramento—The Board issued a two-count modified citation that included a $3,000 administrative fine to Urs M. Reist, an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC section 5536(a) (Practice Without License or Holding Self Out as Architect). The action alleged that Reist prepared an invoice which contained his name and stated "Architectural As-Is Drawings," and he sent an email to a client with his name and the title, "Project Architect." Reist paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on October 17, 2013.

Ubaldo Amaury Reyes

National City—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $3,500 administrative fine to Ubaldo Amaury Reyes, dba J7 Plans & Permits, an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC 5536(a) (Practice Without License or Holding Self Out as Architect). The action alleged that Reyes provided his client, a senior citizen, with a proposal offering "architectural services," "Architecture," and a "complete set of Architectural Plans" for an addition to a single-family residence located in San Diego, California. Reyes’ advertisement on the Internet at yellowpages.com under the business name "J7 Plans & Permits" also included "Architectural Plans for New Construction, Additions, Remodel, Landscape, Hardscape, and any other Work (Residential or Light Comm) that needs Plans & Permits" under "Services/Products." The citation became final on June 3, 2016.

Gary A. Rogers

Clovis—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $500 administrative fine to Gary A. Rogers, architect license number C-16583, for an alleged violation of BPC 5600.05(a)(1) (License Renewal Process; Audit; False or Misleading Information on Coursework on Disability Access Requirements). The action alleged that Rogers certified false or misleading information on his 2015 License Renewal Application. Rogers paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on February 22, 2016.

Clovis—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $1,000 administrative fine to Gary A. Rogers, architect license number C-16583, for an alleged violation of BPC section 5536.22(a)(3) and (4) (Written Contract). The action alleged that in his written proposal, Rogers failed to include his license number and a description of the procedure that the architect and the client will use to accommodate additional services. Rogers paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on September 23, 2013.

Louis Fabian Romero

Newhall—The Board issued a one-count modified citation that included a $1,500 administrative fine to Louis Fabian Romero, an unlicensed individual, for an alleged violation of BPC 5536(a) (Practice Without License or Holding Self Out as Architect). The action alleged that Romero executed a Home Improvement Contract to provide "Architectural" drawings for the remodel of a single-family residence project located in Arleta, California. Romero paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on April 7, 2015.

David E. Rozier

Buena Park—The Board issued a two-count citation that included a $5,000 administrative fine to David E. Rozier, an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC sections 5536(a) (Practice without License or Holding Self Out as Architect) and 5536.1(c) (Unauthorized Practice). The action alleged that Rozier’s firm, Othello Enterprises Corporation was listed in the Los Angeles Times Newspaper under the heading entitled "Architecture." The advertisement stated that the firm provides "Architecture Plan and Permits." The website for Othello Enterprises Corporation stated that "We are architects and engineers committed to providing quality solutions at affordable prices," and stated that David E. Rozier is the President. Rozier also prepared plans for a multi-unit apartment building. The title block on the plans stated "Othello Enterprises Corporation" and "Drawn By: DER." A multi-unit apartment building is not a building described in BPC section 5537(a) as an exempt building. The citation became final on October 18, 2012.

Karen M. Rozier

Buena Park—The Board issued a three-count modified citation that included a $7,500 administrative fine to Karen M. Rozier an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC section 5536(a) (Practice without License or Holding Self Out as Architect). The action alleged that Rozier provided a client with Design Services Contracts to provide professional design services for a multi-unit apartment building in Los Angeles, California. A multi-unit apartment building is not a building described in BPC section 5537(a) as an exempt building. In addition, the contracts contained the words "Architect" and "Architectural" throughout. The citation became final on September 12, 2012.

Administrative Actions

Donald Arthur Rennie

Anaheim—Donald Arthur Rennie’s architect license number C-18514, was suspended for six months for violations of Business and Professions Code section 5584 (Negligence or Willful Misconduct). The Board’s action was prompted by Mr. Rennie’s negligence resulting in substantiated financial loss and delay to his client. Mr. Rennie had agreed to design a residence for a Los Angeles couple; however, Mr. Rennie’s plans were inadequate and incomplete, and he refused to complete the project despite having been paid by the client. Mr. Rennie’s actions forced the clients to retain another architect to complete the project.

Mr. Rennie’s license was suspended for six months and he was placed on probation for five years, effective January 16, 1998. His probation requires that he take and pass an examination administered by the Board and complete a professional education course.

Jeffrey Walter Richardson

Mountain View—Effective January 21, 2015, Jeffrey Walter Richardson’s architect license number C-29033, was revoked; however, revocation was stayed, his license was suspended for 90 days, and he was placed on probation for five years with specific terms and conditions, including reimbursing the Board $3,112.50 for its investigative and prosecution costs. The action came after a stipulated settlement was negotiated and adopted by the Board.

An Accusation was filed against Richardson for alleged violations of Business and Professions Code section 5577 (Conviction of Certain Crimes; Record; Evidence; Procedure). The Accusation alleged that Richardson was convicted of violating the following: Vehicle Code sections 23153(b) (Driving with a Blood Alcohol of 0.08% or More and Causing Injury) and 20002(a)(2) (Hit and Run Driving Causing Property Damage); and Penal Code sections 273a, subdivision (a) (Causing or Permitting a Child to Suffer or Inflicting Pain or Suffering on a Child) and 647(i) (Prowling and Peeking).

Sam Rotter

Woodland Hills—Effective July 23, 2004, Sam Rotter’s architect license, number C-29196, was revoked, after the Board adopted a Proposed Decision. An Accusation was filed against Rotter for violations of Business and Professions Code sections 5536.22 (Written Contract), 5583 (Fraud in the Practice of Architecture), and 5584 (Willful Misconduct). The Accusation was based on evidence that Rotter and his brother were potential buyers of a residence (property). Rotter, without consulting or contracting with the owner of the property for any architectural services, chose to perform site analysis and feasibility studies in anticipation of purchasing the property. The owner canceled escrow. Rotter felt that the owner "breached" her agreement with them to purchase the property and used his architectural license to file a Mechanic’s Lien against the owner in the amount of $56,283.72 for architectural design drawings. This caused the owner financial harm by encumbering her property and preventing her from selling it.

Convictions

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