SEPTEMBER 24, 1996
A regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 6:30 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.
Donald R. Campbell, President, Nancy Stein, Secretary, Ed Contreras, Member, Linda B. Rosenthal, Member
Paul A. Elsner, William F.Waechter, Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr., Rufus Glasper, Ron Bleed, Janice Bradsahw, Raul Cardenas, Larry Christiansen, Kay Martens for John Cordova, Art DeCabooter, Stan Grossman, Homero Lopez, J. Marie Pepicello, Phil Randolph, Linda Thor, Tessa Martinez-Pollack, ArnetteWard
GOVERNING BOARD - Roy Amrein
STATE BOARD - Jim Ullman
CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. by President Campbell.
EXECUTIVE SESSION - President Campbell called for a motion convening an executive session, notice having been previously given.
MOTION 8581 - Linda Rosenthal moved that an executive session be convened. Motion carried 4-0.
The meeting recessed at 5:31 p.m.
The regular meeting reconvened at 6:30 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - The assembly pledged their allegiance to the United States of America.
CITIZEN'S INTERIM - Jamey Taylor, representing himself, appeared before the Governing Board to express concern regarding the tutoring system at Mesa Community College. Mr. Taylor stated that he expressed his concerns to Dean Holmes, was referred by Dean Holmes to Mr. Durrant at Mesa Community College, and was informed by Mr. Durrant that nothing could be done regarding the number of tutors due to budget cuts. Mr. Taylor indicated, for example, that at a given period of time there is only one tutor available to help all those students who need assistance in Spanish 201 . Dr. Campbell thanked Mr. Taylor for coming forward with his concerns and asked that the Chancellor refer Mr. Taylor's concerns to President Christiansen at Mesa Community College. Dr. Campbell recognized Dr. Alfredo de los Santos Jr.'s HED 533 class. Dr. Campbell indicated that Jack Goodman's ESL 011 class would be arriving later in the meeting and would be recognized at that time.
CHANCELLOR'S REPORT - Dr. Elsner reported that he had attended a meeting the previous week with the Phoenix Union High School District Superintendent. Also in attendance at the meeting were the eight principals of the high schools in that district and nine Maricopa County Community College District presidents. The discussion at the meeting centered around PUHSD's request for the development of a program for high school seniors, and possibly juniors, to do course work at the community colleges, which would assist the students in getting on the collegiate track and becoming successful college students. Dr. Elsner indicated that he felt this to be an important development for the students and the Maricopa Community College District, would be monitored very closely, and if successful in the pilot effort, would hopefully be made available to other school districts in the county.
SECRETARY'S REPORT - There was no report.
STATE BOARD REPORT - There was no report.
AADGB REPORT -There was no report, as there was no AADGB meeting.
LEGISLATIVE REPORT - There was no report.
FOUNDATION REPORT - There was no report.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
1. Ed Contreras - no report.
2. Nancy Stein recognized and commended Dr. John Burly, music faculty at Scottsdale Community College, for the follow-up he provided regarding his students' fundraising efforts to attend a live jazz festival in Switzerland and the success of the students at the festival. Mrs. Stein expressed her appreciation for the CD provided by Dr. Burly which contained the music which was performed by the student group. Mrs. Stein reported that she attended the Charette on the Future of Arizona Community Colleges, a workshop at the Skill Center which focused on creating a team-based organization, a meeting of the Life-Long Learning Advisory Council of the East Valley Community Colleges at Mesa Community College, and, at the invitation of President Pollack, toured the math department and hi-tech center at Glendale Community College. Mrs. Stein also reported that she attended the Commission on Excellence on Higher Education breakfast at Mesa Community College and the Sun Lakes Advisory Board Meeting.
4. Linda Rosenthal reported that she visited the open house for the new RISE Center at Rio Salado's Institute for Senior Education in late August and commented on the excellent response the Center has received from senior citizens in the Sun City area. Mrs. Rosenthal reported that she attended the Charette on the Future of Arizona Community Colleges and related that all attendees indicated their preference for local board control with state board coordination. In response to Dr. Elsner's inquiry if all of the Governing Board members had received a summary of the Charette, Mrs. Rosenthal indicated that a summary had only been sent to the Charette participants, and when finished, all members will receive a copy of the final report. Other functions attended by Mrs. Rosenthal were the Skill Center workshop on Creating a Team-based Organization, the Commission on Excellence on Higher Education breakfast at Mesa Community College, and the Hispanic Women's Conference luncheon.
5. Don Campbell reported that he attended the Charette on the Future of Arizona Community Colleges, the workshop at the Skill Center, the Hispanic Women's Conference luncheon, and the Native American Awards ceremony at the Civic Center. Dr. Campbell also attended a meeting at South Mountain Community College of the full-time and part-time math and science faculty, where they shared information and the latest updates in those areas.
FACULTY REPORTS - Judy Boschult introduced Chuck Bedal from Chandler-Gilbert Community College to highlight some of the programs and events at that college. He reported that a faculty mentoring plan for new full-time and part-time faculty members is in place, and that faculty development classes and faculty forums are being held. The faculty development classes include cooperative learning, continuous faculty improvement, and classroom assessment techniques.
EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS - There were no reports.
COLLEGE REPORTS - There were no reports
STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPORTS - Laura Taylor, President, Associated Student Government, South Mountain Community College, reported that the student government conducted a student success week, during which a survey was sent out to students to learn their five top issues and student government offices had been moved to make them more accessible to students. Ms. Taylor also reported that a student success day was held at the Guadalupe campus and a recruitment event was held at Walmart to let senior citizens know about non-credit courses. Upcoming events reported by Ms. Taylor include an Omega Virtual Reality event, a community Halloween party, and the Brown Bag Tickler Series. Kae Elkins, Treasurer, distributed student government information packets to the Governing Board members.
Amanda Dunlap, President, Associated Student Government, Chandler-Gilbert Community College, reported on the Student Life Retreat which had been held the previous weekend. Addressed at the retreat were their Five Tracks of Life, which are Diversity, Service, Leadership, Fellowship and Learning. Handbooks and schedules for upcoming activities were distributed to the Governing Board members. Ms. Dunlap extended an invitation to the Governing Board to attend the annual Desert Rose Dance, which will be the kickoff for the can drive sponsored by student government. Ms. Dunlap expressed concern regarding transportation issues faced by Chandler Gilbert Community College students taking classes at Williams Education Center, that she is in the process of investigating the problem, and she will give a report to the Governing Board when she has compiled all of the information. President Arnette Ward related to the Governing Board that the Associated Student Government does have a song entitled, The Tracks of Life, that they open their meetings with this song and that they will be coming to share that song with the Governing Board at another meeting.
REWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS - Dr. Elsner made special mention of the item on the agenda which recommends that the Governing Board accept a $130,000 grant from the Ford Foundation for the Think Tank, and he acknowledged Janet Beauchamp, Executive Director for the Think Tank, for her work and efforts for obtaining the grant. Dr. Elsner also indicated that this grant puts the District in line for a $293,000 grant from the Ford Foundation.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA - Approval of the agenda was recommended.
Linda Rosenthal moved that agenda be approved. Motion carried 4-0.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA - President Campbell asked if there were any requests to OF CONSENT remove items from the Consent Agenda. Mrs. Stein requested AGENDA that Items D-12, D-15, D-16, D-17, and D-18 be removed from the Consent Agenda. Mr. Contreras requested that Items D-4 and E-2 be removed from the Consent Agenda.
The following items are included in the Consent Agenda:
(A-1) APPROVAL OF MINUTES - of the August 27 and September 10, 1996, Governing Board meetings.
(C-1) CONSIDERATIONS OF EMPLOYMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS, AND TERMINATIONS - Approve the faculty, management, and administration item as presented.
(D-1) CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANT AND NATIONAL PROGRAM AND PRODUCTION ACQUISITION GRANT FOR KBAQ - Accept two grant awards from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting totaling $103,183.00. Approval of the two-year allowable expenditure period is requested for October 1, 1996 through September 30, 1998.
(D-2) CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANT AND NATIONAL PROGRAM AND PRODUCTION ACQUISITION GRANT FOR KJZZ - Accept two grant awards from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting totaling $235,843.00 and approval of a two-year allowable expenditure period for October 1, 1996 through September 30, 1998.
(D-3) GRANT FROM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM AT PHOENIX COLLEGE - Approve the Grant from the United States Department of Education, Washington, D.C. The grant is for the amount of $179,362 to fund the Student Support Services (Special Services) Program at Phoenix College.
(D-5) FORD FOUNDATION GRANT FOR THINK TANK - Accept a one year, $130,000 grant from the Ford Foundation.
(D-6) TEXTBOOK ADOPTION - GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Adoption of the Glendale Community College Arizona Under Five Flags Textbook authored by Gilbert R. Cruz.
(D-7) COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING SYSTEMS: EXPLORING MODELS IN USE - Approve the grant from the National Science Foundation entitled, Community Based Learning Systems: Exploring Models in Use. The NSF grant will fund the project in the amount of $298,698.
(D-8) PARTNERSHIP IN DEVELOPMENT: MCCD WITH AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR- Accept a cooperation agreement in the amount of $13,676 from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) via sub-agreement with the Association Liaison Office for University Cooperation Development (ALO).
(D-9) MCC CLASSICAL BACKGROUND TOUR OF GREECE AND ITALY - Approve the concept of a trip/class to Greece and Italy for the study of literature, history, and traditions of Greek and Italian culture (ENH250).
(D-10) FOUNDATION COALITION ENGINEERING CURRICULUM REFORM PROJECT - Accept the Foundation Coalition Engineering Reform Project Award of $301,000 to Mesa and Glendale Community Colleges from the National Science Foundation Engineering Education Coalitions Program.
(D-11) CONTRACT INCREASE FOR PHASE II PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM - Approve increasing the existing contract with Southwest Slurry Seal, Inc. by the amount of $191,000 to add approximately 467,000 square feet to Phase II of the District-wide Pavement Maintenance Program.
(D-13) CONCEPTUAL APPROVAL FOR MONTEZUMA HALL AND CENTRAL PLANT EXPANSION AT ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTER - Conceptual approval to expand and remodel Montezuma Hall at Estrella Mountain Community College Center. Also included in this project is equipment additions for EMCCCÕs central plant.
(D-14) CONCEPTUAL APPROVAL FOR THE NEW SOUTHWEST SKILL CENTER - Conceptual approval for the new Southwest Skill Center, which will be housed on the campus of Estrella Mountain Community College Center.
(E-1) VOUCHERS - 08/08/96, 08/23/96, 08/01/96, 08/02/96, 08/05/96, 08/06/96, 08/07/96, 08/08/96, 08/09/96, 08/12/96, 08/13/96, 08/14/96, 08/14/96, 08/15/96. 08/16/96, 08/19/96, 08/20/96, 08/21/96, 08/22/96, 08/23/96, 08/26/96, 08/27/96, 08/28/96, 08/29/96, 08/30/96
(E-3) AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE PROPERTY ADJACENT TO PHOENIX COLLEGE - Approve the purchase of the property adjacent to the Phoenix College Campus, at Eleventh Avenue and Thomas Road, at a price not to exceed $230,000 present value, and forward to the Board of Directors for Community Colleges of Arizona for its approval.
(F-1) FIBER OPTICS INSTALLATION AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve a contract, awarded under Bid 1863-2, with Adkins Cabling for the cabling infrastructure for South Mountain Community College in the amount of not-to-exceed $350,496.10.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the Consent Agenda with the exception of Items D-4, D-12, D-15, D-16, D-17, D-18, and E-2. Motion carried 4-0.
(B-1) POLICY GOVERNANCE - Adopt 1) the policies which form the basis for its revised internal governance model entitled Policy Governance; 2) that the monitoring processes associated with Policy Governance will be piloted on the Ends Policies found in the Matrix on page 35 and 36 of the policies during academic year 1996-97; 3) that the existing board policies with the exception of those found in employee policy manuals become the administrative regulations of the Chancellor. Mrs. Stein stated that although she is aware of the reply from the State Attorney General's office, she still believes that the Governing Board would be abdicating their duties as elected officials to the Chancellor, with the adoption of the policy governance model. Mrs. Rosenthal indicated that she is pleased that the Governing Board is considering the adoption of the policy governance model and went through a brief history of the exposure, meetings and retreats the Governing Board has had regarding policy governance. Mrs. Rosenthal stated that she believes that the adoption of policy governance would provide more, not less, accountability required of the Chancellor. She also indicated that the Governing Board still has more to do, such as, instituting pilots on monitoring the Ends statements, discussion on the specifics of monitoring the Executive Boundaries policies, and monitoring the Board's own processes and performance. Mrs. Rosenthal referred to page 30, item 2 of the policy document, and suggested that rules and regulations replace "policies (find synonym)" and requested that the Broad End statement be located at the beginning of the Ends statements. Dr. Waechter indicated that the policy governance transition team suggests the term "administrative regulations" be used as opposed to "rules and guidelines." It was agreed the terms "administrative regulations" would be used.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board adopt 1) the policies which form the basis for its revised internal governance model entitled Policy Governance; 2) that the monitoring processes associated with Policy Governance will be piloted on the Ends Policies found in the Matrix on page 35 and 36 of the policies during academic year 1996-97; and 3) that the existing board policies with the exception of those found in employee policy manuals become the administrative regulations of the Chancellor. Motion was made with the following corrections - page 30, item 2 "administrative regulations" will be used instead of "policies (find synonym)"; and, the Broad End statement will be located at the beginning of the Ends statements. Motion carried 3-1. Nancy Stein was opposed.
(C-2) EARLY/ACTIVE RETIREMENT PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS - Approve revisions, effective July 1, 1997, to Early and Active Retirement Programs relating to the extension of graduation dates, increasing/decreasing work assignments, clarification of length of participation, clarification of faculty teaching load, and title changes. A suggestion was raised to table this item to provide the opportunity to answer questions that had that had been raised regarding this issue prior to coming to the Governing Board for action Dr. Waechter asked that those having questions regarding this issue, contact their respective representative on the Employee Benefits Advisory Committee with their concerns. In response to Mr. Contreras' comment that one of the questions that had been raised was that the program was being changed from eight to five years, Dr. Waechter indicated this program holds no guarantees for anyone for any reason, colleges are responsible for the budget line for the early retiree as well as the replacement cost and no one is guaranteed a specific length of time in the program. Dr. Waechter further stated that the program in its initial stages was designed as a five year program, with some exceptions made. The program at one time was modified with a caveat to provide for exceptions for people who were eligible to retire at ages 57, 58, or 59 to work until age 65, and this was found to be illegally discriminatory. The EBAC met to address this issue and came forward with the recommendation for the five year limit, regardless of age, but there are no guarantees. In response to Mrs. Stein's question if the decision for five years for everyone, as opposed to up to eight years for some, would save the District money, Dr. Waechter responded that the number of dollars the colleges have to pay the retiree and the replacement is from the salary line from the retiree; the colleges have no more, no less funds, as the colleges have an established amount of money.
Linda Rosenthal moved that Early and Active Retirement Program be tabled at this time. Motion carried 4-0.
(D-4) EDA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE GRANT TO THE WILLIAMS ERT CONSORTIUM - Approve participating in a Financial Assistance Award to the Williams Education, Research and Training (ERT) Consortium in the amount of $487,500 with a required match of $162,500. The grant is from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), U.S. Department of Commerce, to initiate infrastructure planning and engineering studies for the Williams Campus. The grant is available through December 31, 1997. In response to a question from Mr. Contreras, Dr. de los Santos indicated "and the Maricopa Regional School District" needs to be removed from the third paragraph under Justification in the item.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve participation in a Financial Assistance Award from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), U. S. Department of Commerce, to the Williams Education, Research and Training (ERT) Consortium in the amount of $487,500 with a required match of $162,.500, noting the exclusion of "and the Maricopa Regional School District" from the item. Motion carried 4-0.
(D-12) CONTRACT AWARD FOR PURCHASE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR PHOENIX COLLEGE, GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, AND SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve awarding a contract for the purchase of electrical equipment for the central plants at Phoenix College, Glendale Community College, and Scottsdale Community College. In response to Mrs. Stein's question if all bidders were aware of the schedule to complete the work, Mr. Lionel Diaz replied that all bidders were aware of the schedule. In response to Mrs. Stein's question regarding the reason for the date for when the work needs to be done, Mr. Diaz explained that this project has been worked on for the last couple of years, planning was not short term, and work in the central plants needs to done in the winter months. The central plants need to be shut down which would result in no air conditioning. In response Mrs. Stein's question regarding if the selection of the second bidder was due to Border States not being able to do the work on time, and if the second low bidder, Brown Wholesale, could do all of the work on time, Mr. Diaz stated yes, and that Border States had indicated that they could not meet the specifications and get the work done on time.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve awarding a contract in the amount of $310,569.00 to Brown Wholesale for the purchase of electrical equipment for the central plants at Phoenix College, Glendale Community College and Scottsdale Community College. Motion carried 4-0.
At this point in the meeting, Dr. Campbell recognized Jack Goodman's ESL011 class from Phoenix College. Mr. Goodman related that members of his class come from Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and south of the American border, and he brought his students to the meeting to show them democracy in action. Mr. Goodman gave information regarding the Adjunct Faculty Association Annual Conference to be held in the District and Rio Salado buildings the following Saturday and thanked those who helped in the arrangement for the conference.
(D-15) CONSULTANT FEE AND BUDGET INCREASE FOR CHILLER/CFC REPLACEMENT PROGRAM - Approve the following: increase the overall budget for the Chiller/CFC Refrigerant Replacement Program by $700,000, and increase the fee for the Program consultant Energy Systems Design by $62,500.
(D-16) BUDGET INCREASE FOR DISTRICT-WIDE RELIGHTING PROGRAM - Approve a budget increase in the amount of $890,000 for the District-wide Relighting Program.
(D-17) CONTRACT INCREASE FOR RELIGHTING PROGRAM AT GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Approve increasing the existing contract with Parke Industries by the amount of $292,000 for additional work at Glendale Community College, as a part of the Relighting Program.
(D-18) CONSULTANT FEE INCREASE FOR INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES ON CGCC CAPITAL PROJECTS - Approve increasing the existing contract with Durrant Roberts/Dinsmore Architects to include services for interior design on the following new buildings at Chandler-Gilbert Community College: the Library/LRC building, the Classroom/Lab building, and the Central Plant building. The amount of the proposed increase is $87,880.00.
Regarding items D-15, D-16, D-17, and D-18, Mrs. Stein indicated that she realized the need for these programs, but expressed concern due to the size of the increases requested and that these were not the first requests of this size to come before the Governing Board. Mrs. Rosenthal indicated that CDEC had reviewed all of these requests and were assured that all of the projects were within the project budget. In some of the cases such as the lighting area, monies would be taken from the major maintenance funds. These projects are monitored by CDEC and if it is determined that the requests are proper, they are passed on to the Governing Board for approval. Mrs. Rosenthal suggested to Dr. Glasper that quarterly reports on bond projects which are sent to CDEC members also be sent to the Governing Board members, so that they have the same assurance that the District is within budget on the bond projects.
In response to Mr. Contreras' question regarding the increase coming from G. O. energy bonds on how much is in the bond energy conservation portion of the budget, Mr. Diaz stated that he believed the figure to be approximately seven million dollars for energy conservation, but that amount is being combined with a number of other amounts that are coming from bond funds, and he believed approximately eleven million dollars is being spent on energy conservation. In response to Mr. Contreras question if the increase for the lighting was coming from a contingency fund for this project or being taken from funds for another project, Mr. Diaz replied that contingency funds are set aside for every project, and the increase for the relighting will come from the contingency set aside for relighting. In response to Mr. Contreras' inquiry if the movement of additional funds to relighting has resulted in exceeding the contingency for that portion related to energy conservation, Mr. Diaz assured him that it had not. Mr. Contreras suggested that the line in Item D-16, "Relighting programs typically have a two year payback," be deleted, as the calculation indicates it to be at four and a half years.
Mr. Diaz assured the Governing Board that District personnel track project budgets, have and provide detailed reports to CDEC and the Bond Advisory Council, and with the nature of design and construction, one always has to project ahead and the extent of the work required to be done is not always known until into the project. Mrs. Stein expressed concern that these are taxpayers' dollars and she would feel more comfortable if the numbers were closer in the planning stages. She indicated that she was pleased projects were on budget, but she is not comfortable with moving contingencies, funding from one to another. Dr. Elsner assured Mrs. Stein that all projects under the bond would be built and that no budgets would be exceeded. In response to Mr. Contreras' questions regarding when the budgets for the projects were developed and if the current building phase was taken in consideration, Mr. Diaz stated that the budgets were actually developed in 1989 and 1990, going into 1991 for the 1992 bond election, and a percentage for escalation was built into the budgets, but the bond failed in 1992 and two years were lost, which puts the District at the mid-point of what was calculated for escalation. Mr. Contreras commented on the current building cycle at this time, which reflects high construction costs, and that hopefully, the cycle will again decline for lower construction costs. Dr. Campbell noted that he believed the economy to be in the fifth year of escalation and statistics have shown that new construction is up, but the number of new building permits have declined and perhaps a saturation point is being reached. He indicated that perhaps that may result in lower construction costs to the District. Dr. Campbell thanked Mr. Diaz for his information.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve to increase the overall budget for the Chiller/CFC Refrigerant Replacement Program by $700,000, and increase the fee for the Program consultant Energy Systems Design by $62,500; approve a budget increase in the amount of $890,000 for the District-wide Relighting Program; approve increasing the existing contract with Parke Industries by the amount of $292,000 for additional work at Glendale Community College, as a part of the Relighting Program; and, approve increasing the existing contract with Durrant Roberts/Dinsmore Architects to include services for interior design on the following new buildings at Chandler-Gilbert Community College: the Library/LRC building, the Classroom/Lab building, and the Central Plant building. The amount of the proposed increase is $87,880.00. Motion carried 3-1. Mrs. Stein was opposed.
(E-2) PRIOR YEAR COMMITMENTS - Approval of prior year commitments for fiscal year ending 6/30/96 as presented. Mr. Contreras expressed concern and questioned the justification given for the delay for payment for these services was due to the delay in the return of a signed contract after services were provided by the employee or contractor. Dr. Christiansen responded that many of these contracts are for people who have multiple contracts with the District, and possibly in this case, due to oversights the contractors did not return all of their contracts. He noted that thousands of these contracts are generated throughout the year for various needs. Mr. Contreras asked that the campus presidents ask their business managers to keep a tighter control on contracts being signed prior to beginning their service.
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board approve the prior year commitments for fiscal year ending 6/30/96 as presented. Motion carried 4-0.
(IV. A.) THREE YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN FY 1996-97 THROUGH 1998-99
(IV.B.) MANAGEMENT SABBATICALS
(IV.C.) SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE AT STAUFFER WAREHOUSE - AUGUST 10, 1996
(IV.D.) BUDGET ANALYSIS
NEXT BOARD MEETING
The next Governing Board meeting will be a Work Study/ Strategic Conversation session on October 15, 1996.
The meeting adjourned at 7:55 p.m.