MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
APRIL 24, 2007
An executive session and regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 5:30 p.m. at the District Support Services Center, 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona, pursuant to A.R.S. Â§38-431.02, notice having been duly given.
Linda Rosenthal, President
Don Campbell, Secretary
Colleen Clark, Member
Scott Crowley, Member
Jerry Walker, Member
Cherie St. Arnauld for Maria Harper-Marinick
Lionel Diaz for Steve Helfgot
Jim Moore for Anna Solley
Mary Kay Kickels
Ernie Lara for Augustine Gallego
CALL TO ORDER
The regular meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m.
The executive session was called to order by President Rosenthal at 5:30 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The assembly pledged their allegiance to the United States of America led by Governing Board Member Scott Crowley.
No citizens came forward.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
Mr. Walker commented that he had recently observed food service at one of the campuses which was not in line with appropriate food handling standards and cautioned people to carefully observe how their food was being prepared.
There was no report
There was no report.
Faculty Executive Council President-Elect Reyes Medrano introduced Jim Patterson, PVC Faculty Senate President, who provided a powerpoint presentation highlighting the following PVC initiatives, activities and faculty members:
- The iGoal team was recognized on Friday, March 23, at the District-wide Innovations of the Year Awards program.
- Astronomy Professor Dr. Ed Rosenthal, Physics Professor Dr. Casey Durandet, and Biology Professor Dave Harbster taught their respective classes using lesson plans based on a scale model planetary system.
- PVC’s Nursing Program has been very active with current students. 100% of their students were successful in finding jobs.
- The Fire Science Program celebrated the graduation of their first EMT class of 24 students.
- Phi Beta Lambda Students earned national honors under the instruction of Bahman Maneshni at the PBL Convention in Nashville.
- English Profession Sherry Adams led a group of SLICE students to New Orleans for participation in a service learning project.
- PVC faculty helped raise approximately $1,000 for the Shanti Homeless/HIVTransitional Center.
- Professor Lois Roma-Deeley’s second collection of poetry was nominated for the 2006 Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS
Dr. Shirley Green, District MAT President, provided highlights from the recent MAT Conference held April 19 and featuring nationally acclaimed author Margaret Wheatley. Dr. Green reported attendance of 207 employees and very positive feedback. Participants commented that conference information would helpful in their communications and very useful in their jobs.
Dr. Cleopatria Martinez, President of the Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE) read the following summary of their recent conference held at Glendale Community College on April 13.
“On Friday, April 13, 2007, the Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE) held a conference at Glendale Community College. The conference theme, Hiring Hispanic Faculty and Staff: Enhancing Latino Student Academic Achievement, was selected because of a large number of Latino students pursuing degrees from the Maricopa Colleges. At stake is the economic future of the state.
The declining number of Latino faculty and staff affects the educational experience of students who study within the Maricopa Colleges. In the next few years, many Latino faculty and staff will be retiring. It was suggested that the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science ( SACNAS) national conference be hosted by the Maricopa Colleges in order to highlight teaching opportunities.
The AACHE Conference explored ways to hire new faculty and staff. College administrators, MCCCD board members Rosenthal and Campbell had an opportunity to review statistical data on Latino employees and students, which was presented by Vice Chancellor Marinick. Dr. Marinick noted that there is a need to increase the number of Latino students, as this student population consists of only 19% of total students. Within this context, the Maricopa Colleges necessitate increasing the number of Latino faculty to meet the goal of educating a diverse student population. Representing the Latino legislative caucus, Senator Miranda indicated that the Arizona legislature will continue to fund higher education.
From a demographic perspective, the Latino population in Maricopa County has traditionally studied at community colleges. Nevertheless, many Latino students who are first-generation college students are encountering numerous academic barriers related to language and culture. At-risk students who dropped out of high school are enrolling in developmental college classes.
The four 2007 AACHE scholarship recipients are worthy students who will be the next generation of Latino leaders. Ms. Martina Mendieta who attends Gateway Community College is a single parent with three children who plans to pursue a nursing degree. She is presently working in a fast food restaurant. Her primary language is Spanish but is learning English as a second language. Mr. Adrian Romero who attends Scottsdale Community College was born and raised in Mexico City; Mr. Romero is a journalism student with a special interest in Latin America. An honors students, he is the managing editor of the news section of the school newspaper. Ms. Anakaren Torres attends Glendale Community College and aspires to become an elementary school teacher. A Mexican citizen, she didn’t speak English until recently. She will attend Arizona State University, but Proposition 300 had delayed her graduation to the spring 2011 semester. Ms. Fatima Garcia was awarded the Dr. Corina Gardea scholarship. Ms. Garcia attends Phoenix College and plans to study international business at Arizona State University West. From Durango, Mexico, Ms. Garcia is currently working on passage of the DREAM Act. She volunteers at the Andre House and St. Mary’s Food Bank. These MCCCD students face economic and linguistic barriers.
Within this reality, the mission of the Maricopa Colleges is to prepare all students to contribute to the economic vitality of the state as well as participate in the civic life of their community. Latino professional staff continue to assist students to navigate around institutional barriers. Latino faculty also is ready to explore ways to prepare students for the workplace and university study.
AACHE honored Dr. RenÃ© DÃaz-Lefebvre, who was named 2006 Arizona Professor of the Year. A psychology professor at Glendale Community College, Dr. DÃaz has been the recipient of many national and international teaching awards. His groundbreaking work in the effective integration of Multiple Intelligences across the curriculum led to being awarded the 2005 National Council of Instructional Administrators award for assessment as well as a finalist for the prestigious Bellwether Award. His academic accomplishments have been chronicled in the Congressional Record.
The breakout sessions afforded the AACHE membership an opportunity to provide feedback to the AACHE Board. Each of the ten Maricopa Colleges has unique institutional characteristics, which affect the academic experience of Latino students and employees. Using quality institutional metrics, a draft report card was developed that would be useful in ranking the ten Maricopa Colleges. Latino students will continue to choose colleges that acknowledge their educational goals within a cultural and linguistic context.
During the dinner hour, the conference guests listened to Mariachi Corazon play traditional Mexican corridos and boleros. The conference ended on a positive note with the aspiration that the learning needs of Latino students will be addressed.”
VICE CHANCELLOR REPORTS
Vice Chancellor of Student and Community Affairs Dr. Steve Helfgot introduced Bernie Ronan, Director of the Center for Civic Participation. Mr. Ronan and former Phoenix City Councilman Greg Stanton provided a summary of the activities of the Arizona Issues Forum dating back to October 18, 2000. The forums have centered on a variety of policy issues and a rich mix of topics. (Summary included with this meeting packet.) They invited everyone to the next forum scheduled for May 3 at 6:00 p.m. to be held at the Dome Conference Center at Phoenix College
. The topic for this forum will be “Talking in Class”: Academic Freedom and Student Rights.
Dr. Jean Ann Abel substituting for GCC President Velvie Green reported on the Grand Reopening of their Student Union. Charles Jeffery, Vice of President of Administrative Services, and Donna White, Dean of Student Services, provided a report and video on this successful project and subsequent use by students and staff.
PVC President Dr. Mary Kay Kickels reported provided a summary of recent achievements of their students, faculty and staff. These included:
- Phi Beta Lambda Students
- PVCC students in the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Club recently received first and second positions in the State Competition.
- Faculty Advisor is the business faculty member, Bahman Maneshni.
- The 37th Annual State Competition was at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott on April 13 and 14.
- First ranking in Database Design and Applications; Second rankings in Business Communication and Business Plan Project Competitions.
- The Club is now qualified to attend the National Competition to be held in Chicago in June.
- Communication Students
- PVCC students participated in the Arizona Communication Association Public Speaking Contest at Glendale Community College on April 13 took first place.
- First Place with a speech on the history of roller coasters, and
- Third Place in the competition with a speech on the dynamics surrounding the famous picture of the raising of the American flag by American soldiers at Iwo Jima.
- Faculty member, Dr. Marilyn Cristiano, Chair of Communications Division, coached the winning students.
- LERN Recognition
- PVCC’s Continuing Education team led by Judi Anderson was recently honored with two awards by the Learning Resources Network (LERN), an international association in lifelong learning.
- PVCC was honored for excellence in Generational Programming for its summer Kids College program designed to foster children’s skills in leadership, communication and goal achievement. Kids College is now in its 12th year at PVC
- PVCC was also honored for excellence in the Continuing Education Web Site Design for dramatic and effective design elements which increase accessibility, readability and interest for site visitors.
- The Continuing Education program was selected from a field of more than 100 entries from four countries.
- LERN’s primary criterion in selecting exemplary programs was the quality of being at the leading edge of the field of lifelong learning.
All USA Academic Team
Finally, it was her pleasure to introduce outstanding PVC student, Katie Gault.
Ms. Gault was selected from among 1500 community college students across the nation by Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.
Thanks to Honors Coordinator & English faculty member, Sherry Adams; and Dr. Paula Vaughn, Director Service Learning.
Katie Gault was among 20 students selected nationally to the All-USA Community College Academic First Team.
Katie was honored on April 16, 2007 at the Phi Theta Kappa All-USA Academic Team Ceremony at the American Association of Community Colleges Convention in Tampa, Florida.
Katie received a $2,500 cash award. All USA Academic Team Winner Katie Gault provided comments regarding her experience at
Paradise Valley Community College and the growth she experienced during her attendance at PVCC.
STUDENT LIFE REPORT
Members of the EMC’s and GWC’s Associated Student Governments were present to highlight events attended and activities hosted by their organization during the past few months.
Students present from EMC included Lizette Cureno, Sarah Dickeson, and Jacqueline Sandoval.
Students present from GWC included Natasha ThomasManson, Rosemarie Aguayo, Kathy Hall, and Debbie Phillips.
STRATEGIC CONVERSATION FOLLOW-UP REPORT
Bernie Ronan, Director of the Center for Civic Participation, provided a summary of the March 20 Citizens’ Forum held at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. He stated that the main intent of the forum was to discuss the mission and values of the District. Sentiments expressed by those in attendance included the importance of working with high schools, the global economy, working with the boomer generation, and living in a flatter world. He commented that it was somewhat apparent that many citizens don’t know enough about the Maricopa Community College District and that next time the planning group will work on greater recruitment.
Rory Gilbert, Manager of Diversity Initiatives, provided the following summary of the April 10 Work Session on the Diversity Monitoring Report.
The Monitoring Diversity Report work session was convened to review the 2005 – 2006 Monitoring Diversity Report, to link the data to Maricopa’s strategic vision and to explore the development of a diversity strategic plan.
The Chancellor opened the evening by noting how concepts relevant to diversity and inclusion are embedded throughout our vision, mission and values. He challenged participants to consider how we move forward strategically to embed inclusion and diversity in our culture - in the way we work. The Chancellor encouraged participants to express divergent opinions, to ask the hard questions and to take action that will benefit our students and our community.
Governing Board President Linda Rosenthal addressed the goals of the evening and introduced Rory Gilbert, Manager for Diversity Initiatives to facilitate the session.
Rory began by establishing the context through several video clips from “What’s Race Got to Do with It? Social Disparities and Student Success,” (California Newsreel) and from the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ (AACU) series of papers entitled “Making Excellence Inclusive.” Key concepts included:
To be successful, diversity/inclusion efforts cannot be separated from the institution’s efforts at excellence.
The institution must seek equity outcome not just equity of access.
Changes must emerge from within the structures of the institution rather than an add-on programming.
Five key factors must be addressed to create an inclusive campus environment including student/staff/faculty composition, historic influences, psychological, behavioral and structural components.
Goals and objectives must be established, assessed and monitored regularly using a “diversity scorecard.”
Diversity/inclusion efforts must be embedded within the institution’s strategic plan.
Damita Kaloostian, the coordinator with Institutional Effectiveness, reviewed sample indicators from a variety of Maricopa sources that are relevant to the current status of diversity/inclusion efforts at Maricopa. These included general demographic information, success and completion data, perspectives on this data disaggregated by race and gender, information on student engagement (from CCSSE), and information about Maricopa’s workforce.
Rory also reviewed the reports on current diversity/inclusion efforts in relation to Maricopa’s strategic directions. She commented that next steps included prioritizing recommendations, identifying responsibilities, and monitoring results.
There was no report.
Matt Ortega, Director of Government Relations, provided the following updates pertaining to the status of the state budget in relation to MCCCD and immigration measures.
General Update: This was day 106 of the session. 108 bills have been signed and 3 bills have been vetoed. A total of 1,420 bills have been introduced this session not counting budget bills.
- House and Senate members are separately holding small working group meetings on various budget issues. The Governor has withdrawn a controversial proposal to bond for school construction. Without that point of contention, the remaining issues left for negotiation revolve around tax cuts.
- Community college budgets were adopted February 19th in a Joint Sub Appropriations committee. JLBC and OSPB have both recommended full-funding for community colleges. A full Appropriations hearing has not yet been scheduled for final adoption. Senate Appropriations originally had assigned a subcommittee to hold budget workshops on community college equalization, hold-harmless, dual enrollment and credit/non-credit courses. This subcommittee has not yet met. Footnotes were also included in community college budgets to address Proposition 300 implementation.
- HB2779 – Immigration Bill: Requires the state, after hiring an employee, to verify the employment eligibility of the employee through the Basic Pilot Program. (A.R.S. Â§ 23-214)
- Prohibits a state procurement officer from awarding a contract to any contractor or subcontractor that provides services in the state unless the employment eligibility of the employees of the contractor or subcontractor who perform the services in the state will be verified by the contractor or subcontractor through the Basic Pilot Program. This does not affect contracts in place before the act becomes effective. (A.R.S. Â§ 23-214)
- Prohibits, after September 1, 2008, a political subdivision from awarding a contract to any contractor or subcontractor that provides services in this state unless the eligibility of the employees of the contractor or subcontractor who perform services in the state will be verified by the contractor or subcontractor through the Basic Pilot Program. (A.R.S. Â§ 23-214)
- SB1542 – Academic Freedom: This bill prohibits any instructor in a public K-12 or postsecondary institution while in the instructor’s official capacity from endorsing, supporting or opposing any political candidate or office, legislation, litigation or court action or advocating one side of a social, political or cultural issue that is a matter of partisan controversy. STATUS: Several stakeholder meetings have occurred between the sponsor and the higher education community. Current policies and procedures were presented to the sponsor for his review.
- The state legislature continues to discuss tax policy which includes an accelerated reduction in corporate assessment ratios; the House of Representatives is proposing more tax cuts than the Senate.
Mr. Ortega encouraged those interested to visit the Government Relations website for links to the legislature and for biweekly updates which provide bill status and general session summaries. That website is: www.maricopa.edu/govrel
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Vice Chancellor Steve Helfgot announced that Maricopa had received three Paragon Awards from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations. These included the following:
- Bronze Award for SCC MCTV’s Maricopa Now Initiative
- Silver Award for the District Office’s 2007 Heroes of Education Award Dinner
- Gold Award to EMC in the Nifty Thrifty Category.
EMC Vice President Dr. Ernie Lara (substituting for Interim President Augustine Gallego) spoke about the Gold Paragon Award EMC had received in the Nifty Thrifty Category. They submitted their “youth-focused” viewbook for consideration. It highlights the value of education at Estrella Mountain and the Maricopa Community Colleges by telling a story in the style that their targeted audiences want to hear. The Nifty and Thrifty category not only takes into consideration the quality of the submittal but considers the budget used to create the piece. This piece cost less than a dollar per unit. This is possible because of our talented in-house design and writing staff. If this were to be outsourced it could have cost up to $3 per unit. This piece has been well received by both students on campus and in the high schools and feels that it will help impact their high school enrollment efforts for Fall 07.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
President Rosenthal requested a motion to approve the agenda.
MOTION NO. 9423
Don Campbell moved that the Governing Board agenda be approved. Motion approved 5-0.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
President Rosenthal requested a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.
The following items were included on the Consent Agenda:
A.1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Approve the minutes of the March 20, 2007 Citizens’ Forum And March 27, 2007 Regular Governing Board Meeting
B.1. CONSIDERATION OF EMPLOYMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS AND TERMINATIONS – Approve the proposed employments, resignations, retirements and terminations as submitted with the addendum.
B.2. APPROVAL OF EMPLOYEE GROUP SALARY SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS FY 2007-2008 - authorize the following compensation adjustments for FY 2007 –2008:
1. The salary schedules for all employee groups (Residential Faculty, PSA, MAT, Crafts, Safety, M&O, Skill Centers and CEC) will receive a three percent (3%) salary adjustment to the permanent Fiscal Year 2006-2007 salary schedule. The three percent salary agreement does not apply to any one-time salary adjustments. Consistent with standing practice, employees who are red-lined will receive a 1.5% increase.
2. Step adjustments will not be made.
3. The adjunct faculty rate and residential faculty overload rate will be $766 per load hour.
4. Professional growth increases for the aforementioned employee groups will reflect an increase of $1,250 per increase in budgeted positions in each employee group between the FY06-7 adopted and FY07-8 proposed budgets.
5. The minimum reassigned time for governance for college faculty presidents is changed to 12 load hours per year at a cost of approximately $18,000 including statutory benefits.
6. A total of $80,000 shall be divided among the all-CPD team (MAT, PSA, Adjunct Faculty, Crafts, College Safety and M&O) for other collaborative policy development items. These funds shall not be used to adjust salary schedules.
C.1. APPROVAL OF PROPOSED CURRICULUM AND PROGRAMS - Approve the proposed curriculum and programs as submitted.
C.2. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS FOR BETWEEN GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND PEORIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #11 - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between GateWay Community College and the Peoria Unified School District on behalf of Cactus and Centennial High Schools. This agreement is for training and support services to be provided to Cactus and Peoria High Schools, Cisco Local Academies, for an annual fee of $3,000.
C.3. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN GATEWAY AND GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THE CITY OF PHOENIX – approve an Intergovernmental Agreement in the amount of $100,000 to provide Workplace Readiness training to Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title I Adult and Dislocated Workers. This intergovernmental agreement is between GateWay Community College, Glendale Community College, and the City of Phoenix. The agreement period is from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
C. 4. APPROVAL OF ALFRED P. SLOAN FOUNDATION GRANT AWARD ON “EXPANDING OUR COMMUNITY WITH BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAMS” AT ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - accept a two-year grant award from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in the amount of $250,000 effective May 1, 2007 – April 30, 2009. The funding will be $125,000 for each year. These funds will be used to make it possible to transform at least 50% of our target coursework online. EMCC will contribute $145,000 in matching funds for year 1 and year 2 respectively for a total of $290,000. In addition, EMCC will provide $246,000 in year 3 to provide additional support in faculty development, student services, faculty, graphic designer, programmer and marketing efforts to sustain the program.
D.1. APPROVAL OF THIRD PARTIAL GMP AWARD FOR NEW LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING AT GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE- approve a partial Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) in the amount of Five Hundred Seventy-Eight Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-One and no/100ths Dollars ($578,581.00) to DPR Construction for the early purchase of copper siding for the New Life Sciences Building at Glendale Community College.
D.2. APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR A SOLAR POWER PROJECT AT SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the selection of Fucello Architects to provide consulting services for the construction of solar panels and covered parking at Scottsdale Community College. The design fee budget for this work is $150,000. The actual fee will be proposed after initial, more detailed scope and intent meetings are held with the college.
D.3 . APPROVAL OF FIRST PARTIAL GMP AWARD FOR WELL SITE IMPROVEMENTS TO PROVIDE REDUCTION OF ARSENIC AT SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve a partial Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) in the amount of Eight Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand One Hundred Eighty-Two and no/100ths Dollars ($896,182.00) to Garney Construction for the early purchase of long lead time items for Well Site Improvements at Scottsdale Community College, including adsorption vessels, arsenic treatment media and system pre-filters.
D.4. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AWARD FOR CGCC A & B BUILDING RESTROOM AND HALLWAY IMPROVEMENTS - approve a contract award in the amount of $256,943 to 3D/International for the purpose of general hallway and restroom improvements in the A & B buildings on the Chandler-Gilbert Community College Pecos campus.
F.2. APPROVAL OF GATEWAY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL REVISED BUDGET FY 2006-2007 - approve the 2006-2007 revised budget for GateWay Early College High School (GWECHS) in the amount of $1,507,648.
F.3. APPROVAL OF TEACHER PREPARATION HIGH SCHOOL, SUBMISSION OF PRELIMINARY BUDGET REVISION TO THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - approve the 2006-2007 revised budget for Teacher Preparation Charter High School (TPCHS) in the amount of $462,604.
F.4. APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE BETWEEN MCCCD AND THE DESERT FOOTHILLS YMCA AND COMMUNITY CENTER - approve an agreement for the sale of five acres of real property to the Desert Foothills YMCA and Community Center.
F.5. APPROVAL OF NEW COURSE FEES AND REDUCTIONS – SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the proposed fees for new courses and reductions for established courses at Scottsdale Community College, as attached.
G.1. APPROVAL OF EXPANSION OF AIR CONDITIONING IN DATA CENTER - approve the expenditure of $135,700 for expansion of the air conditioning system in the DSSC data center. This contract is to be awarded to Stromberg Construction under bid number #2767-7 which is specific to this project.
G.2. APPROVAL OF CONSULTING SERVICES FOR DATABASE UPGRADE AND IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING- approve the expenditure of $109,041 for database consulting services for database upgrade and implementation planning for the New Student System. This contract is to be awarded to Oracle Corporation under Oracle Services Agreement number OLSA-v011007-51698-24-feb-2007.
MOTION NO. 9424
Jerry Walker moved for approval of the Consent Agenda. Motion approved 5-0.
B.3. APPROVAL OF GOVERNING BOARD REVIEW OF LEVEL 5 FACULTY GRIEVANCE - Review the pending grievance submitted by Steve Boettcher, as well as the evidence in connection with such grievance.
MOTION NO. 9425
Scott Crowley moved to render no written decision pertaining to this grievance and that the Level 4 decision to deny stand as recommended by the Chancellor. Motion approved 5-0.
F.4. APPROVAL OF PROPOSED BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2007-08 – Approve the proposed Budget for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 submitted for Governing Board approval. The current Unrestricted Fund, Current Auxiliary Fund, Current Restricted Fund, and Plant Fund budgets total $1.4 billion. This budget then will be published pursuant to legal requirements. Final adoption of the proposed budget and a Truth in Taxation hearing is scheduled for June 12, 2007.
MOTION NO. 9426
Mr. Crowley moved for approval of the Item V.F.4. Motion approved 5-0.
Budget Analysis Report Summary
Fund 1 - General Unrestricted Fund
For the Ninth Month Ended March 31, 2007
Expenditure analysis indicates 64.7% of the budget has been expended this year as compared to 68.8% expended at this same point in time last year. 18.4% of the budget remained unexpended or unencumbered compared to 14.1% in the prior year. Revenue analysis indicates that $387.0M of the budget has been recognized. The projected fund balance will increase by $0.7 million this fiscal year and the projected ending fund balance for June 2007 is $80.2M.
President Rosenthal announced that the next Governing Board Meeting
would be a regular meeting scheduled for May 22 at the District Office at 6:30 p.m. and a public hearing scheduled for June 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the District Office.
The meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.
Dr. Donald R. Campbell
Governing Board Secretary