MARCH 25, 1997
An executive session convened at 6:00 p.m., pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02, notice having been duly given.
A regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m. at the District Support Services Center, 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona, pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02, notice having been duly given.
Nancy Stein, President,Ed Contreras, Secretary, Linda B. Rosenthal, Member, Donald Campbell, Member, Gene Eastin, Member
William F. Waechter for Paul A. Elsner, Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr.,Rufus Glasper, Ron Bleed, Janice Bradshaw, Raul Cardenas, Larry Christiansen, John Cordova, Art DeCabooter, Stan Grossman, Homero Lopez, J. Marie Pepicello, Phil Randolph, Linda Thor, Tessa Martinez Pollack, Arnette Ward
CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Nancy Stein.
President Stein called for a motion convening an executive session, notice having been previously given. Dr. Campbell was not present for Executive Session.
Linda Rosenthal moved that an executive session be convened. Motion carried 4-0.
The meeting recessed at 6:01 p.m.
The meeting reconvened at 7:05 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The assembly pledged their allegiance to the United States of America.
BOARD EVALUATION PROCESS
Mrs. Stein explained the Board Evaluation Process to the assembly.
No citizens came forward to speak at this time.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
- Gene Eastin reported that he had been impressed on the campus visits he has made to date in an effort to learn more about and become more familiar with the District. Mr. Eastin indicated that the campus presidents have been very accommodating and his knowledge of the District has greatly increased in the last three months.
- Linda Rosenthal reported that she made a presentation regarding the Maricopa system, which included a slide presentation that provided an overview of the District, to the Wickenburg Kiwanas Club. Mrs. Rosenthal also attended that annual meeting of the RISE Institute held to elect new board members. Concerns raised by the membership included the need for larger classrooms and inadequate parking.
- Ed Contreras - no report.
- Nancy Stein - no report
- Don Campbell - no report.
Dr. Waechter recognized Marty Van der Werf, a reporter from the Arizona Republic, who was recently assigned to report on issues and matters regarding the District.
There was no report.
Judy Boschult indicated, on behalf of the Faculty ExecutiveCouncil, that they do have some concerns regarding copyright guidelines received by General Counsel Janice Bradshaw. The Council will forward &their concerns but will not be able to do so within the requested two week time frame, as the guidelines were distributed during spring break.
Dr. Boschult announced that a Creating Connections event is currently in progress. Creating Connections is a collaborative effort between colleges in the District and the arts community.
Dr. Boschult introduced two groups of faculty to present reports on faculty programs at their campuses:
The first report was presented by Jim Smith from South Mountain Community College. He reported on forms of gardens including the sweet pea labyrinth and a permanent garden consisting of desert plants, which were designed for activities such as storytelling classes and events. Mr. Smith provided a history and information on the Storytelling Institute and Storytelling Week. The goals are to increase bridge-building and connecting within the South Mountain community. Also reported on was the Dynamic Learning Teacher Education Program, which is an effort between the District and ASU, in which approximately 40 students participate in courses designed to give them the necessary qualifications to enter ASU's Professional Teacher Program. Another program presented was the Stars Endowment, for which donations are requested from South Mountain Community College faculty and staff to fund scholarships and initiation of programs at that campus. Participating employees have the option to have donations subtracted from their paychecks over the next five years. The initial goal of $100,000, which was hoped to be raised by May, has already been met. The community is being approached for additional funding.
Dr. Boschult introduced Tom Dugan from Scottsdale Community College and members of the counseling staff from that campus who came forward to make a presentation on information given in the orientation of new faculty on the counseling services and programs at that campus and the students that they serve. An overview was provided of printed material that was distributed to Board Members, that provided information which included the job duties of counselors, the primary areas where students come from for counseling, facts and figures concerning the counseling area and the referral handbook that was developed to help direct instructors how and when to make referrals for students for counseling. Also discussed were three areas of programming, advocating, and consulting and the outreach efforts/programs from the counseling office out to the campus, such as, the training of tutors, and classes in areas such as stress reduction and communication skills. Mr. Eastin noted and commended that in the presentation made and in the written communication there was a distinction made between "advisement" and "counseling." Mrs. Stein inquired if there were enough counselors to meet the growing numbers and needs of students. The response was that there really are not enough counselors and the department has to find ways to do more with less, as needs are changing and the community colleges are being turned to provide social services.
Mrs. Stein recognized Rodney Holmes' EDU 250 class from Mesa Community College.
EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS
Jack Goodman, Adjunct Faculty President, reported that the Adjunct Faculty Association will be meeting with the Deans of Instruction on April 7 as a follow-up to the survey that was conducted in the fall of 1996. The purpose of the meeting will be to determine the meanings of the findings of the survey and to provide direction. The final report of that survey is still in the process of being completed. A report will be forthcoming following the meeting with the Deans of Instruction. Mr. Goodman announced that the Arizona meeting of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, TESOL, will occur on April 24-26 at the Yuma Convention Center. Mr. Goodman also reported on two students who received their GED's after taking his class - the first being a 57 year old grandfather and the second being a lady who is the only one of ten children to make this accomplishment.
There were none.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPORTS
Chandler Gilbert Community College Associated Student Government Officers, Amanda Dunlap, Jeff Milius, and Ryan Johnson, and Ben Archer, Historian for Christians in Action, appeared before the Governing Board. Ms. Dunlap reported on the upcoming events at Chandler Gilbert Community College and extended invitations to the Governing Board to attend those events. Ms. Dunlap also reported that Dr. Rufus Glasper and his staff had met with the members of their student government to provide an overview of the proposed tuition and fees for 1997-98 and to answer questions and address issues raised by students. She and the other students who appeared expressed their support of the proposed tuition and fee increase in the anticipation that facilities would be improved on the Chandler Gilbert campus to better support students' needs. The need for an athletics program at this campus was also expressed. Mr. Eastin had recently visited the campus and acknowledged that needs do exist.
Jamey Taylor appeared to express his opposition to the proposed tuition and fee increase and questioned why an increase was needed. Dr. Glasper stated that he and his staff had met with students at Mesa Community College to address concerns and answer questions. He also explained that the increase was proposed in response to the needs lists that had been submitted by the colleges which are related to student needs and benefits.
Linda Rosenthal reported that AADGB met March 21. At that meeting discussion was held pertaining to pending legislative and budget issues, an ACCT teleconference was recently held which featured Futurist Ed Barlow who spoke on issues regarding environmental scanning, the upcoming ACCT conference in Keystone, and ACCT conference in Dallas, for which Mrs. Rosenthal and Pat Hill had submitted a proposal for a role-playing boardsmanship workshop. Mrs. Rosenthal also reported that the fall conference committee had been selected to plan a fall statewide conference, the State Board Executive Committee expressed their desire to meet with the Presidents' Council on a regular basis to enhance communication, and the ACCA is moving forward toward adapting the policy governance policies for their governance model.
Jack Lunsford reported on the status of legislative appropriations for the District. He indicated that budget has been agreed upon and the District will receive approximately four million dollars, of which 1.4 million dollars will go into the District's base and 2.5 million dollars will be appropriated for technology and special initiatives on a one-time only basis. Mr. Lunsford commended the college presidents for their assistance and Chris Bustamante for his work and efforts in the negotiations. Mrs. Rosenthal asked Mr. Lunsford to clarify why the District is receiving 1.4 million dollars for their base. He indicated that the 1.4 million dollars had been recommended by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee to pay for the District's growth in 1996.
REWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Dr. de los Santos introduced Lionel Diaz who presented an award received by the District for the Outstanding Lighting Retrofitting Project - 1996. Mr. Diaz provided the history of the Energy Conservation Program which began with the Governing Board approval of the Energy Conservation Program in 1991. It is estimated that the Lighting Retrofitting Project under the Energy Conservation Program will save the District approximately $500,000 annually.
Dr. Art DeCabooter announced Governor Symington will shortly be announcing the appointment of Marshall Trimble as the official State Historian for the State of Arizona at a ceremony on April 3.ENDS : OUTCOMES FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDY SCHOOLS
Elementary and Secondary Schools are provided cooperative partnerships for successful retention and articulation of students.
Dr. Marie Pepicello introduced the End Statement to be monitored and indicated that the Urban Systemic Initiative should be added to the list of programs which had included in the material to the Governing Board. Dr. Pepicello provided an overview of the Ends Study presentation and introduced Wilma Bosnet, Superintendent for the Osborn Elementary School District, and Greg Riccio, Assistant Superintendent for the Phoenix Union High School District, both of whom spoke from their own perspectives of existing partnerships that their organizations have with Phoenix College. Dr. Pepicello noted that although the examples given pertain to partnerships with Phoenix College, these are really examples of partnerships all of the community colleges have with elementary and secondary schools.
Ms. Bosnet indicated that her district desires collaborative programs that are on-going, mutually beneficial to both districts, inspire students to go forward, and link those students to higher education. She cited the following partnerships as having been very successful - a virtual reality project that started as Meramuse and is now the Pueblo Project, introduction to education classes, a multicultural class, community mobilization, a foreign language class, a beneficial partnership through the USI, an urban teacher corps partnership, on-loan computers, and the cabling of students to Phoenix College through technology. The districts had made collaborative efforts to write grants, participate in speaking engagements, and are looking at working together to provide better research opportunities for elementary students. Twenty to forty college students go into one of the schools each semester working one-on-one with the elementary students. Mention was made for more volunteers, students with computer knowledge, and more role models for a growing population of Hispanic and Native American students. Ms. Bosnet invited the Governing Board members to come to schools in her district to meet with students and staff.
Greg Riccio indicated that at this time Phoenix Union High School District has more than twenty partnerships with the District for concurrent enrollment at Metrotech and the goal is for all students to graduate with college credit in the 21st Century. This may be made possible through collaborative partnerships for classes such as keyboarding, business classes, and foreign languages. Counselors will be guiding students to go on to higher education from high school. Dr. de los Santos expressed that he anticipated, through partnerships with the USI, that within four years sixty-six to seventy-five percent of the students will be ready to take calculus upon leaving high school. President Ward made a correction to information under Item D that listed 13 students. It should read 130 students.
Mr. Contreras inquired if there is a coordinated effort through the county of what the colleges are expected to focus on regarding the partnerships. Response was made that each college serves distinct communities and the focus is based on unique community needs. Mr. Contreras expressed concern that a desired level of education be identified across the county and then the colleges determine their needs to be able to provide that level. Some colleges will have to expend more than other colleges to come to that level. Dr. Campbell indicated that this issue has been identified by the elementary school districts for some time. One issue is that the taxation in some districts is not sufficient for districts to provide the same programs and services to come to the save level. Another important issue identified by Dr. Campbell is parent discipline and involvement. Mrs. Rosenthal indicated that the Governing Board should develop a plan of what the board wants specifically monitored. Dr. Waechter indicated that he looked forward to address this issue with the Policy Governance Transition Team.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
Linda Rosenthal moved that agenda be approved. Motion carried 5-0.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
Mrs. Stein asked if there were any requests to remove items from the Consent Agenda. Dr. Waechter requested that Item B-1 be removed AGENDA removed from the Consent Agenda. Mrs. Stein requested that Item D-1 be removed from the Consent Agenda.
The following items are included in the Consent Agenda:
(A-1) APPROVAL OF MINUTES - of the February 25, 1997 and March 11, 1997 Governing Board Meetings.
(C-1) CONSULTANT CONTRACT INCREASE FOR MODIFICATIONS TO VALVES AND PIPING AT GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve increasing the existing contract of Energy Systems Design, Inc. by $69,400 for design and administrative services related to modifications to valves and piping in buildings at Glendale Community College.
(C-2) CONTRACT AWARD FOR THE EXPANSION AND REMODELING FOR THE PHOENIX COLLEGE LIBRARY - Approve awarding a contact in the amount of $5,078,779.00 to Cohen Contracting, Inc. to expand and remodel the Phoenix College Library.
(C-3) CURRICULUM- Approval of the curricula which has been processed through all procedures by Maricopa County Community College District and the State Community College Board for Community Colleges of Arizona.
(C-4) 1997-98 GRADUATION STUDIES POLICIES FOR MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (MCCCD) - Approve the 1997-98 Graduation/General Studies Policies and Requirements including the following degrees: Graduation/General Studies Policies; Associate of Arts (AA), MCCCD Transfer partnership Degree; Associate of General Studies (AGS); Associate of Applied Science (AAS). Also approve the maintenance of the MCCCD Transfer General Education Core Curriculum (TGECC) on moratorium for 1997-98.
(C-5) MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MESA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MESA UNITED WAY - MESA TOBACCO CESSATION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM - Accept the Mesa Tobacco Cessation and Prevention grant award of $302,172 from the Arizona Department of Health Services for the extension period of march 1 through June 30, 1997. The grant is being awarded jointly to Mesa Community College, the Mesa Public Schools, and the Mesa United Way. This award is the extension of the first contract of a proposed five year grant which totals approximately $6.5 million. Mesa community College will provide overall coordination of this partnership and will serve as fiscal agent to the program.
(C-6) SOUTH MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL ASSESSMENT AND ARTICULATION WITH MSC AND MCCCD COLLEGES - Accept a grant of $30,000 from the State Community College Board for the period of April 1, 1997 through September 30, 1997.
(C-7) RIO SALADO COLLEGE BASIC EDUCATION CLASSES - MARICOPA COUNTY JTPA FY 1997-1998 - Approve an intergovernmental agreement for $146,000 with the Maricopa county Human Services Department, pending approval of application. This grant is for the coordination and delivery of a Basic Education component in the Northwest, Southwest, and Eastern JTPA (Job Training Partnership Act) Workforce Development Centers for the fiscal year July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998.
(D-2) $124,250,000 SALE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS - Approve the Order and Notice of Bond Sale and the Resolution ordering the sale of $124,150,000 of Aggregate Principal Amount of Maricopa County Community College District General Obligation Bonds, Project of 1994, Series B (1997), as follows:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD OF MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA as follows:
Section 1. Maricopa county Community College District of Maricopa County, Arizona, General Obligation Bonds, Project of 1994, Series B (1997) (the "Bonds"), in the principal amount of $124,250,000, are hereby ordered to be sold in accordance with the attached Order and Notice of Bond Sale.
Section 2. The Secretary is directed to execute the attached Order and Notice and cause the attached Order and Notice to be published once a week for four (4) successive weeks prior to the date set to receive bids in the Arizona Business Gazette, a newspaper of general circulation in the District.
Section 3. An offering statement shall be provided to the District's Financial consultant for distribution to prospective Bond bidders. The Vice Chancellor for Business Services of the District is hereby delegated the authority to deem the offering statement final for purposed of Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15(c)(2)(12).
The Secretary of this board is hereby further authorized an directed to cause a Notice Inviting Proposals for the Purchase of Bonds to be executed and to be transmitted to the District's Financial Consultant, for inclusion in the offering statement. No defect or error in such Notice shall affect or invalidate the sale of the Bonds, it being expressly determined by the Board that such Notice is solely to supplement the required legal notice to be given pursuant to the preceding paragraph.
PASSED AND ADOPTED on March 25, 1997.
(E-1) AWARD OF BID TO US WEST FOR NETWORK SERVICES AND INTERNET SERVICES - Approve the awarding of a bid to US West for Districtwide network services and internet services at a cost not to exceed $296,564 per year for a seven (7) year period. This contract is to be awarded under Bid No. 1869-2.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the Consent Agenda with the exception of items B-1 and D-1. Motion carried 5-0.
(B-1) CONSIDERATION OF EMPLOYMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS AND TERMINATIONS - Dr. Waechter recommended the approval of the Employments, Resignations, Retirements and Terminations Item with the following modification: Elizabeth Burman is a regular employee, not a short term employee.
Mrs. Rosenthal moved that the Faculty/Management/Administrative actions be approved with the following modification: Elizabeth Burman is a regular employee, not a short term employee. Motion carried 5-0.
(B-2) SPECIALLY FUNDED VACATION POLICY - Dr. Waechter recommended the Governing Board approve implementation of the following revision to the Specially Funded Policy Manual. "Specially funded employees who continue from year to year and whose funding source is an internal, self-supporting program, accrue the same number of days vacation as their co-workers in a regular Board-Approved Policy Group. The same carryover provisions will also apply. This would be effective July 1, 1997.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the implementation of the following revision to the Specially Funded Policy Manual. "Specially funded employees who continue from year to year and whose funding source is an internal, self-supporting program, accrue the same number of days vacation as their co-workers in a regular Board-Approved Policy Group. The same carryover provisions will also apply." This would be effective July 1, 1997. Motion carried 5-0.
(D-1) PROPOSED TUITION AND FEE SCHEDULE - FISCAL YEAR 1997/98 - Approve the FY 1997-98 Tuition and Fee Schedule as recommended and sent on the State Board: The proposed per credit hour tuition rate for FY 1997-98 is $26.00 ($2.00 increase), and the proposed per credit fee rate is $11.00 ($1.00 increase). In total, the Proposed FY 97-98 tuition and fee rate is $37.00 per credit hour ($3 increase). The annual cost to full-time students is $1,110, and the total estimated revenue impact is $4,265,910. The following areas are affected by a change in the tuition and fee rate:
GENERAL TUITION (PER CREDIT HOUR EXCEPT AS NOTED) - County resident - resident rate; Out-of-County resident (7+ credit hours system-wide) (Rates to be determined by the State Board); Out-of-State resident (7+ credit hours system-wide); Unclassified student (1-6 credit hours system-wide).
CREDIT BY EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION (PER CREDIT HOUR) - Regular rate; Contract testing (1/2 the regular rate) (Consistent with increase in general tuition).
Kaz Izumi, a student from Mesa Community College, came forward to express his concerns regarding the proposed increase to the proposed tuition and fee schedule. Mr. Izumi read a letter that he had written and which was distributed to the Governing Board expressing those concerns which addressed the issues of acknowledging the need for more funding and the need for more communication regarding the scheduling of the consideration of the Governing Board for approval of tuition and fees.
Dr. Glasper stated that although the scheduling date for the consideration of tuition and fees is published each year, it is not known at that time if there will a recommendation for an increase. The Governing Board adopted the previous year a tuition pricing plan that states the District should consider each year a tuition and fee increase equal to inflation. A proposed increase of $1.50 last year was not approved due to the District receiving increased property taxes and state aid. Dr. Glasper stated that he does not want to unnecessarily alarm anyone by prematurely stating there may be an increase. Each year Dr. Glasper recommends to the colleges to give the students a State of the District report to advise them what to expect during the current year and Mr. Glasper's staff has gone to the Associated Students at nine of the ten colleges to give them information. Dr. Glasper read a position on tuition presented by the Board Chair in 1980 that related to the Governing Board a history of funding dating back to the 1960's, with fifty percent of the funding to come from State aid. The State never paid this share of funding to the community colleges and a tuition fee was established for a previous free access system in 1980.
In response to a question raised by Dr. Campbell regarding the consideration of tuition and fees shortly after spring break, Dr. Glasper indicated that the item must be considered within a certain time frame due to the requirement for approval by the State Board, but the schedule could perhaps be moved up a week should the Board elect to hold a special meeting. Dr. Campbell suggested that perhaps the State Board could adjust their schedule should they be receiving concerns regarding scheduling from other college districts. Mrs. Rosenthal suggested that students be informed in September and January of the schedule for the consideration and approval of the tuition and fee schedule to allow them time to examine the issue and express their concerns when the matter comes before the Board in February when they are in class. Mrs. Rosenthal requested information regarding the audit fee surcharge and inquired as to why it is needed and if it could be eliminated, as she has heard a great deal of concern from students regarding that fee. Dr. Glasper indicated that the completion rate for audit courses ranges from 58 students in 1985-86 to 1,240 students in 1987-88 and 47 to 50 students in the last five years. The dollar amount based upon current tuition and fees is less than $50,000. Dr. DeCabooter responded that deleting this surcharge could "open floodgates" for heavy utilization and affect funding for FTSE, as audit students are for accounted in FTSE and state aid is not received.
Mr. Contreras suggested that Mr. Glasper educate the Associated Student Government groups every year of the tuition and fee schedule and the process involved, as the student government members change each year. Dr. Campbell suggested that perhaps there should be a mandatory requirement for students going into student government to take a non-credit course on the operation, funding, and budgeting of the District. Mrs. Stein suggested that student representatives from all of the community colleges be present at the Governing Board meetings so they can take information back to the students at the colleges in an effort to improve communication. Dr. Glasper indicated that he will try to increase the level of communication to students and recommended that a packet of information be assembled for new employees so that they are better informed coming into the District.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the FY 1997-98 Tuition and Fee Schedule as recommended and sent on the State Board: The proposed per credit hour tuition rate for FY 1997-98 is $26.00 ($2.00 increase), and the proposed per credit fee rate is $11.00 ($1.00 increase). In total, the Proposed FY 97-98 tuition and fee rate is $37.00 per credit hour ($3 increase). WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTION: Eliminate the audit fee surcharge.
MOTION AMENDED 8644
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the FY 1997-98 Tuition and Fee Schedule as recommended and sent on the State Board, as follows: The per credit hour tuition rate for FY 1997-98 is $26.00 ($2.00 increase), and the proposed per credit fee rate is $11.00 ($1.00 increase). In total, the FY 97-98 tuition and fee rate is $37.00 per credit hour ($3 increase). WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTION: Eliminate the audit fee surcharge with the request that appropriate regulations be adopted to cover any difficulties the District may experience and minimize the loss to the District to no more than $50,000, due to the elimination of the surcharge . Motion did not carry 4 - 1. Mrs. Stein, Mr. Eastin, Dr. Campbell, and Mr. Contreras were opposed.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the FY 1997-98 Tuition and Fee Schedule as recommended and sent on the State Board, as follows: The per credit hour tuition rate for FY 1997-98 is $26.00 ($2.00 increase), and the per credit fee rate is $11.00 ($1.00 increase). In total, the FY 97-98 tuition and fee rate is $37.00 per credit hour ($3 increase). WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUEST NOTED: Further study be done on the audit fee surcharge to examine if regulations regarding this fee may be put in place for the next year. Motion carried 5-0.
(VII-A) Proposed change to Governance Policy Governance Process/Board Operations 1.C.
Mrs. Rosenthal indicated that the Governing Board does not meet on the second Tuesday in July and expressed concern that the Board may again have study sessions as they have been held in prior years. Mr. Eastin related that he has observed the current structure of the meeting schedule and it does not allow for discussion of issues that need to be addressed. Items that are now scheduled for discussion in specially scheduled retreats could be discussed during the schedule as suggested in the item. Mr. Contreras suggested that the number of strategic conversations be decreased to allow more focus on the issues, allow more time to hear from community members, and to allow more time for visioning by the Governing Board for the future. This could occur on alternating second Tuesdays of the month. The Board needs time to formulate focus for the District and provide direction as a Board. Discussion was held on the perceptions on "work study sessions." Mrs. Rosenthal requested that the term "study" be taken from any proposed change in the Governing Board's meeting schedule, as meetings called "work study sessions" held for many years by the Board were "dog and pony" report meetings with little to no interaction. She indicated that there are times that the Board needs to meet with the Chancellor on substantive issues that may not be realistically discussed at regularly scheduled Board meetings.
(VII-B) Proposed Preliminary FY 1997-98 Budget
Dr. Glasper introduced Debbie Thompson who provided a general overview presentation of all funds as represented in the item presented to the Board.
(VII-C) Timetable for Sale of General Obligation Bonds, Series 1997
(VII-A) Budget Analysis Report Summary Fund 1 - General Unrestricted Fund for the Six Months Ended February 28, 1997
Mrs. Stein asked the audience to complete and turn in the Board Evaluation cards. Discussion was held regarding the evaluation results provided from the February 25, 1997, meeting.
NEXT BOARD MEETING
The next Governing Board meeting will be as follows: A Strategic Conversation on April 8, 1997
The meeting adjourned at 9:55 p.m.