SEPTEMBER 23, 2003
An executive session and regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 5:00 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.
Ed Contreras, President
Linda Rosenthal, Secretary
Don Campbell, Member
Nancy Stein, Member
Gene Eastin, Member
Paul Dale for Gina Kranitz
John Neibling for Art DeCabooter
CALL TO ORDER
The executive session was called to order at 5:00 p.m. by Ed Contreras.
The Governing Board met in executive session, notice having been previously given.
The executive session recessed at 6:10 p.m.
The regular meeting convened at 6:34 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The assembly pledged their allegiance to the United States of America led by Governing Board Member Linda Rosenthal.
President Contreras recognized the presence of the following classes and student groups: ASU HED 533 Community College Class taught by Alfredo de los Santos, NAU CC580 Community College Class taught by Dr. Anna Solley, ASU Law of Higher Ed Class taught by Paul Ward and Nancy Tribbensee, and the NAU CC580 Class taught by Dr. Linda Thor. The presence of the PVC Student Leadership Council was also recognized.
The following citizens came forward to speak.
Eduardo Delci, private citizen and lifelong resident of Arizona, indicated that he had been attending the past few meeting to observe proceedings and wanted to come before the board as a taxpayer who has had children attend the Maricopa Community Colleges and then go on to four year degrees. He voiced concern about the micromanagement he felt has occurred in the decisions made and not allowing administration to manage the district. As a taxpayer, he felt the board should be held accountable for actions taken and it unfortunate that board has taken actions that it has. He indicated that he will take whatever action necessary to oppose the bond election.
Manuel de Jesus Hernandez, ASU faculty and President of the Statewide AACHE Chapter, remarked that he had just come from a meeting with Northern Arizona University's president and has also met with the provost of ASU West, Pima Community College's Chancellor Roy Flores, and Central Arizona College regarding hirings at their colleges. Many of their employees have become employees of the Maricopa Community Colleges. He voiced that the statewide AACHE supports the retention of Dr. Corina Gardea as president of Phoenix College and that their board is concerned about the micromanagement by board members. With reference to Judy Poggi, he wanted to reiterate that although 20% of students at GCC were Hispanic, only 4% of faculty were Hispanic. His organization supports a national search which guarantees that the best candidates is selected.
Lionel Diaz, came forward as an individual and spoke about his upbringing as the eighth of nine children born to immigrant parents who were both from Mexico and had little education. Despite humble beginnings, his parents produced 5 college graduates because they stressed that education was the only vehicle that could take them out of poverty toward a better life. Mr. Diaz commented that it was important to bring the focus back to education and to teaching and learning. Although ideally the Maricopa District should have gone for a national search, present circumstances involved the immediate need for competent leadership, especially prior to a major bond initiative. He stated he supported the Board's decision to hire an administrator from within the internal ranks who is extremely competent and who has already demonstrated leadership. He asked everyone to remember that the most important thing is for all to work together to serve our communities and to provide quality education to students regardless of their race, religion, gender, or sexual preference. He stressed the importance of using limited resource and limited energies to produce positive results. He thanked the members of the Governing Board for having the courage to admit having made mistakes, for making some tough decisions, for proceeding under intense criticism, and for striving to provide leadership for the colleges and communities served. (Copy of complete remarks attached.)
Manuel Frias representing the Coalition for Fairness, Quality and Equity in Employment, commented that there was no question that many people want quality education but took issue with the arrogance of a board who take a narrow view regarding the population of this state. The issues have to do with following the process and that the standards call for ethics and morality. He commented that no one questions the Dr. Glasper's credentials but that the charge of the board is to keep the organization at the forefront. He appealed that a change of decision be made and that they discontinue micromanagement of the organization and look at how policy has been deal with and reconsider their actions and positions taken.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
Mrs. Stein reported on her attendance of the Occupational Safety Meeting and stated it was her hope that the Maricopa organization will begin actively promoting a healthy and safe workplace and be better informed.
There was no report.
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EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS
There was no report.
Mesa Community College President Larry Christiansen called attention to the booklet titled "Reflections of Engagement" produced by their Servicing Learning staff. The booklet was funded by a grant to MCC and represents a journal of essays and photographs representing MCC students, faculty, staff and community partners' views of civic engagement and service in the community.
Glendale Community College President Phil Randolph reported on summer news highlights which included an award and recognition article on Professor Ui Luu's work on needle less measurement of diabetes. Dr. Randolph also made mention that two students involved in Phi Theta Kappa had received top national recognition on papers submitted. In addition, faculty member Dr. Jeffrey Pommerville has received expert recognition for his involvement in bio-terrorism research.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPORT
Four Paradise Valley Community College Student Government
Members were present to report on goals pertaining to student issues and needs which they plan to address through exit surveys and small focus groups. They reported that their organization also plans to promote campus awareness through more involvement in activities and committees. One member will be serving as chair or their United Way campaign and their goal will be to raise $15,000 through an old-fashioned swing day, a United Way Day which will include food and music, and also a murder mystery dinner to be held February 24. They also plan to hold a retreat which will provide students the opportunity to share ideas and experiences.
Mrs. Rosenthal reported on the September 12 meeting held in ShowLow wherein the Annual Legislative Retreat was held. Issues discussed were nursing shortages, dual enrollment and tax reform. Reports will be due in December on priorities for the coming legislative session.
There was no report.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
GateWay Community College President Gene Giovannini recognized Dean of Instruction Dr. Jolyne Ganatabadi, Industrial Technology Division Chair Dr. Clyde Perry, and Faculty Member Carl Warluga in their involvement in GWC being their first recipient of an award from the Parker Endowment that promotes the use of National Tooling and Machining Industry developed skill standards by educational institutions and companies. The award also carries a monetary gift of $10,600.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
President Contreras requested a motion to approve the agenda.
MOTION NO. 9194
Dr. Campbell moved that the Governing Board agenda be approved. Motion carried 5-0.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
Mr. Contreras asked for any requests to remove items from the Consent Agenda. Dr. Jose Leyba commented that Item V.B.2 had been revised and an addendum distributed. Mrs. Stein removed Item V.E.2.
The following items are included in the Consent Agenda:
(A-1) APPROVAL OF MINUTES of August 26, 2003 Regular Governing Board Meeting and September 4, 2003 Community Listening Session.
(B-2) APPROVAL OF RECOMMENDED EMPLOYMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS AND TERMINATIONS - Approval of personnel actions with addendum as presented.
(B-3) APPROVAL EMERITUS STATUS TO RICHARD HILLIS- Award Faculty Emeritus Distinction to Richard Hillis, former Glendale Community College Residential Faculty.
(C-1) APPROVAL OF CURRICULUM AND PROGRAM AND COURSE PROPOSALS - Approve curriculum and program and course proposals as submitted.
(C-2) APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND COCONINO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (a Cisco Academy Training Center for Cisco's Sponsored Curriculum, ("CATC-SC") and Coconino County Community College for training and support services for the SC curriculum to be provided in Coconino County Community as a Cisco Regional Academy for an annual participation fee of $600.
(C-3) APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TEMPE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 213 - Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tempe Union High School District No. 213 on behalf of Desert Vista, McClintock and Tempe High Schools for training and support services for the CCNA curriculum to be provided to Desert Vista, McClintock and Tempe High Schools as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $2,000 per school (3).
(C-4) APPROVAL OF PHOENIX COLLEGE TITLE V DEVELOPING HISPANIC SERVING INSTITUTIONS GRANT- Accept the Title V Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Program Grant Award of $373,881 funding for the fourth of five years from the United Stated Department of Education. Fourth year funds are awarded to Phoenix College for the period of 10/1/2003 to 9/30, 2004. The five-year grant funds of $1,980,891 are for the period 10/1/2000 to 9/30,2005.
(C-5) APPROVAL OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE YEAR 5 CONTINUATION GRANT AWARD FOR TITLE V DEVELOPING HISPANIC SERVING INSTITUTIONS PROGRAM - Accept the Title V Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Program Grant award of $376,674 funding for the fifth of five years from the United States Department of Education awarded for the period 10/1/2003 t 9/30/2004.
(C-6) APPROVAL OF AN RIO SALADO COLLEGE INTEGRATED ENGLLISH LITERACY AND CIVICS - Approve an additional $70,000 in funding to provide English Literacy and Civics education to adults in Maricopa County for the period of July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004. This funding will add to the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Arizona Department of Education Division of Adult and Family Literacy Education and Rio Salado College in the amount of $130,000 approved at the June 17, 2003 Governing Board meeting, bringing the total of this grant to $200,000.
(C-7) APPROVAL OF NASA CENTER TITLE V YEAR 3 - ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DEVELOPING HISPANIC SERVICING INSTITUTIONS PROGRAM BUILDING BRIDGES TO STUDENT SUCCESS- Accept the Title V Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Program Grant award of $449,322 funding the third of five years from the United States Department of Education for the period of 10/1/2003 to 9/30/2004.
(C-8) APPROVAL OF NASA CENTER PACE GRANT YEAR 2 - ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PIPELLINE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM TO IMPROVE STUDENT INTEREST TO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS CAREERS - Accept the NASA Pre-College Achievement of Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Engineering and Technology Award for $100,000 for 10/1-03 to 9/30/04.
(C-9) APPROVAL OF HEALTH CARE PROGRAM AGREEMENT BETWEEN GATEWAY AND BANNER HEALTH- Approve the three-year Health Care Program Agreement between GateWay Community College and Banner Health. The agreement provides funding for five FTE nursing faculty annually to deliver the MCCD Nursing Program to students enrolled in the Banner Health Nurse Fellows Cohort. Banner Health to pay tuition, books and fees for all student enrolled and the total amount of the contract is not to exceed $685,000 annually.
(D-1) APPROVAL OF PROPOSED NEW COURSE FEES AT RIO SALADO COLLEGE FOR FY 2003-2004 - Approve the proposed new course fees for FY2003-2004.
(D-3) APPROVAL OF NEW COURSE FEE AT SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve two course fees that may be assessed to PED101BP Backpacking to Havasupi Falls in the amount of $48 and $70 at Scottsdale Community College.
(D-4) APPROVAL OF PROPOSED COURSE FEE AT GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve a new course fee of $40 per student for FSC097 AD - Fire Department Entry Preparation class taught at GCC for 2003-2004.
(E-1) APPROVAL OF DEERE AND COMPANY CONTRACT EXTENSION AT GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve a two-year extension of the contract agreement in the amount of $142,450 between Deere and Company and the Maricopa Community College District through THE INSTITUTE for Business, Industry and Technology at Glendale Community College for the period January 1, 2004 through December 31, 2005.
(E-3) APPROVAL OF EASEMENT TO THE WEST VALLEY FINE ARTS COUNCIL AT ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE- Approve granting an easement for the benefit of the West Valley Fine Arts Council for access, utilities and drainage at Estrella Mountain Community College.
(E-4) APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AWARD FOR NEW VEHICLE SERVICE YARD AND OFFICE ADDITION AT SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve awarding a contract in the amount of six Hundred Fifty Thousand Four Hundred and no/100ths Dollars to W. M. Grace Contractors, Inc. for the construction of a new vehicle service yard and office addition at Scottsdale Community College.
(E-5) APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR AN ADDITION TO THE LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING AT SCOTTSALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve the selection of Gould Evans Associates to provide architectural consulting services for an addition to the Language Communications Building at Scottsdale Community College with a design fee budget of $180,000.
MOTION NO. 9195
Mrs. Rosenthal moved that the Consent Agenda be approved with the the addendum to Item V.B.2 and the exception of Action Item V.E.2. Motion carried 5-0.
(B-1) DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING SELECTION OF CHANCELLOR
Dr. Campbell made a recommendation for discussion of this item regarding the selection of Chancellor. He stated that people would recall there were four listening session wherein the candidate was brought before the public for an opportunity to ask questions on where the candidate stood on various issues. Virtually 94-95% recommended their support of the candidate, Dr. Rufus Glasper. It has been stated that MCCCD has received a negative image, however last week at the National ACCT Conference, Dr. Campbell made it a point to talk to speak with various people and everyone he spoke with was strongly in support of the recommended candidate. The Chancellor of the San Diego Community College District stated that MCCCD is on the right path and that Dr. Rufus Glasper should be selected as Chancellor effective this date contingent on approval of a mutually satisfactory contract.
Mrs. Rosenthal stated that she personally appreciated comments made on behalf of a national search for Chancellor. At most times that is the process that should take place, however this has been a different circumstance. Paul Elsner was Chancellor twenty-two years and last time when the board went out for suitable candidates by using the services of ACCT, it resulted in three candidates. Dr. Gaskin was then hired and this was an error. This time the internal search process resulted in only one candidate coming forward. During the four public forums glowing comments were offered and it has been a pleasure to work with Dr. Glasper.
Mrs. Stein thanked everyone for their comments on going out for a national search. During the many session that were held, there were many good things said about Dr. Glasper. It was Mrs. Stein's belief that Dr. Glasper's ethics, integrity, and empathy qualifies him to lead this district and she hoped that everyone could come together so that the great district of Maricopa could move forward.
Manuel de Jesus Hernandez, professor at Arizona State University and President of the Statewide AACHE, came forward to state his and his organization's opposition to the chancellor search process.
Governing Board Member Gene Eastin remarked that in spite of the negativity expressed, this was the proudest moment of his life and he wished to cast his vote in favor of Dr. Glasper.
Former Phoenix City Councilmember Calvin C. Goode came forward to relate of similar experiences the board he serves on has had with national and local search. He expressed that the Governing Board has a responsibility and as he has reviewed the policies and actions taken, the process seems to be in order. He commended the Board for their decision in appointing Dr. Glasper, since a national search would not guarantee getting the best candidate. Dr. Glasper, in his opinion, is certainly well qualified for the position of Chancellor of the Maricopa Community College District.
President Ed Contreras commented that the Governing Board has been challenged with what has transpired over the last five months. The Board knew when the last Chancellor was let go that it was not the best time to do this since they were in the midst of a bond process and they would be going out to the community for almost a million dollar district funding request and another $20 million campaign for the ACE program. This could not have been a worst time but the Board stepped forward and made the right decision and after that suffered for several months with the unknown. During that time a number of employees stepped forward and took on additional job responsibilities so that business could be carried on. He commented that he would have liked to go out for a national search but the timing was proving to hurt the integrity of organization. However, the Board has persevered and when it chose to do an internal search, one applicant came forward. This process called for the candidate to speak at four community forums and answer questions from the public. This candidate answered those questions to the best of his ability and to the level hoped for as a Chancellor the Maricopa District. This candidate has the experience, competency, and qualifications necessary, and the Board has great confidence that he can do the job. Mr. Contreras stated that he hoped that this community could start looking forward to what the future needs to be done in the interest of students and the community. If this is not made the number one priority, then everyone will fail.
MOTION NO. 9196
President Contreras moved for approval of the appointing Dr. Rufus Glasper as Chancellor of the Maricopa County Community College District. Motion approved 5-0.
Dr. Rufus Glasper asked for a couple of minutes of personal privilege to speak. He thanked the Governing Board for the action just taken and also the support of the group present. Dr. Glasper remarked that this had truly been an inner body experience and one in which he has floated in and out of a few times. He mentioned that a couple of days ago in a strategic planning meeting they were asked to pick a movie title that best described them and he chose "To Be Or Not To Be." He said he would now have to choose a new title. The community forums, he said, were an item wherein he questioned his own sanity and he questioned the process of not knowing who was going to show up and what he was going to say. It was a growth experience not only for him but for the colleges and the community. After seventeen years, many people know you but some do not. A lot of people know what you stand for and some do not. He indicated that in the first ten years he committed himself to the finances of the Maricopa District and then picked up an additional joy which he loves and that is teaching. He picked up where he left off at Northern Illinois University and started teaching at ASU. He felt in order to better understand the financial side you have to know what teachers and faculty are trying to achieve. He spoke of his initial goal which was to be a teacher and about being a certified high school teacher many years ago and how his career turned around. He said that in his messages at the community forums, he spoke about a vision, about teaching and learning, inclusiveness which is more than diversity, fear in the organization, collaboration, and working with the community. When looking at the finances of this District he could gladly step back and see that the District had achieved a pinnacle and needed to maintain that. Over the past four or five years as he chose to move toward this next step in his career, he said that he made dedicated decision to reach out and do other things because many people saw him as a finance person and many still do, but he is much more. As Chancellor his commitment will be to continue to work with students and staff at every level. His passion is for this District and his respect is for Maricopa. The 2004 bond is an initiative that will not make or break us but it is strong piece of the future. We need to look at what is happening in this District. We cannot ignore the changing demographics but need to reflect them. We need to look at what is happening in each community, embrace them, make them part of us, sit at their table and see what MCCCD can do for them. We need to talk about innovation and what it means to go out on the edge and be risk takers. We need to look at initiatives and be risk takers. As a finance person and a risk taker, many people will say this is an oxy moron but in the forums it was discovered that financial people have a sense of humor. He likes to have a good time but he is serious about what he does. He is a driven person because he believes in collaboration, being supportive and empowerment. He challenges people to be risk takers. If people choose to be on the sidelines, that is where they will be. If you choose to be part of the movement, the movement is to embrace those individuals in this District and this County and talk about what can be done. Being the largest means nothing if you are just looking at numbers. You need to be about something and he thinks we are there. People want to see us in that limelight continuously and he believes he can contribute to that. He is not going to give us anything we don't already have but he can bring it out of us and we can bring it out of him and together can drive one another. He asks that we be part of a collective vision of effective teaching and learning which will lead to student success. He asks that everyone ask themselves what it means to be part of Maricopa and commit themselves to being part of that vision and he will commit himself to them.
(B-4) CONSIDERATION OF RECOMMENDATION FOR DISMISSAL OF PHOENIX COLLEGE EMPLOYEE - Issue a final decision to deny the appeal by James "Tony" Galantine of his dismissal from employment with the Maricopa County Community College District, and that the Board uphold its previous decision in favor of such dismissal.
MOTION NO. 9197
Mrs. Rosenthal moved for upholding dismissal of Phoenix College employee James "Tony" Galantine. Motion approved 5-0.
(B-5) GOVERNING BOARD REVIEW OF LEVEL 5 FACULTY GRIEVANCE - Review the pending grievance submitted by Judy Poggi, as well as the evidence in connection with such grievance.
MOTION NO. 9198
Mr. Ernesto Escobedo, faculty member at Glendale Community College, came forward to speak in support of Judy Poggi. He stated that Ms. Poggi was well respected by many faculty members at GCC. He further stated that given the controversial nature of bringing a grievance to the Governing board, faculty members are reluctant to address the Board on such matters. When she brought forth her professional concerns to the Board, in many ways she was an advocate promoting the noble concept of due process with the Maricopa Colleges and spoke for faculty rights. Mr. Escobedo stated that he hoped the Governing Board would recognize the positive contributions of Professor Poggi who is an articulate and effective leader and outstanding education who inspires her students and fellow faculty members. Mr. Escobedo remarked that the Governing Board should continue to exercise judgment when it comes to faculty issues and that it would invite faculty to express their views that influence the educational direction of the Maricopa Colleges. He felt confident that Professor Poggi would continue to contribute in a positive manner as an exemplary teacher and that he considered her to be the consummate college professor and valued friend.
Mrs. Rosenthal moved that no written decision be made and that the Level 4 decision be considered final. Motion approved 5-0.
(D-2) APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION REAFFIRMING GOVERNING BOARD COMMITMENT TO THE PARADISE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER- Reaffirm commitment to the development of the Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) Performing Arts Center including the issuance of $7.8 million in revenue bonds and another $.9 million in previously collected tuition and fees and other sources. That the Governing Board share this commitment with members of the Joint Committee on Capital Review which is a joint committee of the State House of Representatives and Senate.
MOTION NO. 9199
Dr. Paul Dale, Acting President of Paradise Valley Community College, spoke on behalf this resolution being sought and requested that the Governing Board reaffirm commitment to the development of the Paradise Valley Community College Performing Arts Center.
Mrs. Rosenthal commented that the PVC Performing Arts Center will be asset to the community and to students involved in the arts curriculum and that it would be an important part of the program. She endorsed approval and passage through the Joint Committee on Capital Review. Mrs. Stein commented that Performing Arts Centers were different at each college because of the needs of the communities. PVC has been very involved in this PAC and that PACs are needed at all colleges.
Mrs. Rosenthal moved for approval of reaffirming College (PVCC) Performing Arts Center including the issuance of $7.8 million in revenue bonds and another $.9 million in previously collected tuition and fees and other sources. That the Governing Board share this commitment with members of the Joint Committee on Capital Review which is a joint committee of the State House of Representatives and Senate. Motion approved 5-0.
(E-2) APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AND THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE- Approve an intergovernmental agreement between the Maricopa County Community College District and the City of Scottsdale to support the Center for Native and Urban Wildlife, provide stipends and support the Living Well Traditionally program and purchase computer equipment for the American Indian Center at Scottsdale Community College.
MOTION NO. 9200
Mrs. Rosenthal for approval of intergovernmental agreement between the Maricopa County Community College District and the City of Scottsdale to support the Center for Native and Urban Wildlife, provide stipends and support the Living Well Traditionally program and purchase computer equipment for the American Indian Center at Scottsdale Community College. Motion approved 5-0.
Mrs. Stein remarked that she had had the pleasure of watching this program start and has been very supportive of the educational endeavors it provides to students enrolled in this program.
FIRST READINGS AND INFORMATION ITEMS
(VI.A.) EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS - Adoption of the proposed policy language on employment standards prohibiting violent conduct in the workplace or academic environment and that the language be placed in the Board Auxiliary section of the Maricopa Governance manual.
(VI.B.) REQUESTS FOR PUBLIC RECORDS - Adoption of the proposed policy language pertaining to requests for public records and that the language be placed in the Board Auxiliary section of the Maricopa Governance manual.
Budget Analysis Report Summary
Fund 1 - General Unrestricted Fund
For the Two Months Ended August 31, 2003
Expenditure analysis indicates 7.8% of the budget has been expended so far this year as compared to 8.6% expended at this same point in time last year. 42.1% of budget remains unexpended or unencumbered compared to 37.9% in the prior year. Revenue analysis indicates that 18.9% of the budget has been recognized to date. Projected fund balance will increase by about $24 thousand during this fiscal year. 8.2% of budgeted expenditures are projected to be unexpended and projected ending fund balance for June 2004 is $69.5 million and equates to about 47 days of operating budget, or more than six payrolls.
NEXT BOARD MEETING
The next Governing Board Meeting will be a Community Listening Session on Thursday, October 9, 2003 at Paradise Valley Community College.
The meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.
Linda B. Rosenthal
Governing Board Secretary