GOVERNING BOARD MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING, GOVERNING BOARD

PALOMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

BOARD CONFERENCE ROOM, STUDENT SERVICES CENTER

COLLEGE CAMPUS

SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1998, 7:00 P.M.

A. CALL TO ORDER

The regular meeting of the Palomar Community College District Governing Board was called to order by Harold E. Scofield, President, at 7:00 p.m.

B. ROLL CALL

TRUSTEES PRESENT:

HAROLD E. SCOFIELD, PRESIDENT

RITA A. WHITE, ED.D., VICE PRESIDENT

RALPH G. JENSEN, SECRETARY

BARBARA L. HUGHES, TRUSTEE

ROBERT L. DOUGHERTY, JR., M.D., TRUSTEE

ERICA OLVERA, STUDENT TRUSTEE

EXECUTIVE AND SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS PRESENT:

Dr. George R. Boggs, Superintendent/President

Diane Michael, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Instruction

Joseph Madrigal, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Student Services

Jerry Patton, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services

Dr. Teresa F. Doyle, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resources and Affirmative Action

Judy Eberhart, Dean, Counseling, Guidance, and Career Development

Bill Flynn, Dean, Media, Business and Community Services

Gene Jackson, Dean, Arts and Languages

Paul Kelly, Dean, Vocational Technology

Dr. Michael Rourke, Dean, Mathematics and the Natural and Health Sciences

Lise Telson, Dean, Student Support Programs

Dale Wallenius, Chief Advancement Officer, Executive Vice President to the Foundation

STAFF:

Barbara Baldridge, Executive Assistant, President's Office

Ernie Carson, President, CCE/AFT

Bruce Bishop, President, The Faculty

Ben Echeverria, Counsel, Contracts, and Special Projects

JoAnn Ellis, Marketing Communications

Mike Ellis, Director, Facilities

Lynn Ginsburg, Director, Business Services

Kelley Hudson-MacIsaac, Facilities Planner

Kendra Jeffcoat, Special Assistant to the President

Stan Malley, Director, Information Services

Nona McClure, Manager, Mt. Carmel/Poway Education Centers

Lois Meyer, Director, Fiscal Services

Dr. George Mozes, President, Administrative Association

Dr. Michael Norton, Director, Public Information

Dr. Mark Vernoy, President, Faculty Senate

GUESTS:

Tom Chambers, Student

John Hammond, Architect

Marlene Imirzian, Architect

Gary Warth, North County Times

QUORUM ESTABLISHED

Following the pledge of allegiance to the flag, Mr. Scofield declared a quorum present, and the meeting proceeded with the order of business.

A TAPED RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THIS MEETING IS ON FILE IN THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE FOR THIRTY DAYS OR UNTIL THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD, WHICHEVER IS LONGER.

C. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18761

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Minutes of the Regular Meeting held on January 27, 1998, be approved.

The Vote: 4 Ayes, 1 Abstain (White)

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye


C O N S E N T C A L E N D A R


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1. ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18762

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following gifts be accepted and that an appropriate letter of appreciation be sent:

a. Lectra Systems software, including Design Solutions CD, Modaris/Diamino SW Media Bundle, OpenPartner SW, ProStyle Software Bundle, and Adv Modaris/Diamino SW Bundle, for use in the Fashion Merchandising and Fashion Design programs, donated by Lectra Systems, Inc., 844 Livingston Court, Marietta, Georgia 30067. Total cash value as estimated by donor is $38,600.

b. Forty-three steel shelving units, four feet wide by seven feet high by two feet deep, for storage use in the Public Safety Programs, donated by Montgomery Ward and Company, 2505 Vista Way, Oceanside, California 92054-6339. Total cash value as estimated by donor is $2,500.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE TRAVEL EXPENSES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18763

BE IT RESOLVED, That travel expenses for the following person be approved/ratified:

a. George R. Boggs, Ph.D.

Advanced Funds? Yes

For: Transportation, parking, meals, lodging, registration, miscellaneous

To attend: Community College National Legislative Seminar

Location: Washington, D.C.

Date: February 20-24, 1998

Amount: $1,942.00

Budget Acct. No.: 01-10-20-2000-6630-5201.00-0000

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. APPROVE DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18764

BE IT RESOLVED, That approval be given to the destruction of the following Summer/Fall 1994 records:

Type Quantity Cubic Feet

Applications 14 Boxes 12.87

Course Request and Add/Drop Forms 13 Lids 7.74

Drop Rosters 2 Boxes 1.83

Drop Cards 3 Lids 1.78

Attendance Rosters 1 Box .91

PAR Forms 6 Lids 3.57

Community Education Applications 2 Boxes 1.83

BOGW Applications 2 Boxes 1.83

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. GRANT EQUIVALENCY FOR DISCIPLINES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18765

BE IT RESOLVED, That, on the recommendation of the Faculty Senate Equivalency Committee, the following individual be granted equivalency to minimum qualifications for the discipline listed:

Sheremet, Gabriela - Drafting

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. APPROVE ADJUNCT FACULTY EMPLOYMENT

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18766

BE IT RESOLVED, That the employment of the following adjunct faculty, at the rate indicated for the Spring, 1998, semester (day and/or evening), be approved; said adjunct faculty are not scheduled to teach more than a 60-percent load:

SPRING/1998

COMMUNICATIONS

Casey, Shawna Communications $32.24

B.A., Communications

M.S., Mass Communication

COMPUTER SCIENCE/INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Pharoah, Robert CSIS $32.24

B.A., Business Administration

M.S., Computer Science

COUNSELING

Cardinale, Jacqueline Counseling/CalWORKs $34.32

B.A., Behavioral Science

M.A., Counseling Psychology

M.S., Ed. Counseling

DENTAL ASSISTING

Stewart, Susan Dental Assisting $34.32 B.S., Education

Master of Education, Secondary,

Post-secondary, & Vocational Education

Doctor of Education, Educational Administration &

Higher Education

ECONOMICS/HISTORY/POLITICALSCIENCE

Brink, C. Ann Economics $41.48

B.A., General Studies

M.A., Economics

ESL

Stadler, Anne ESL/CNED (non-credit) $32.24

B.A., Music Education

Master of Education

18 years of experience

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

Rethwisch, Kay Institutional Food Service Training $32.24

A.A., Liberal Arts

B.S., Dietetics & Food Admin.

M.S., Human Nutrition

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Hale, Marc Spanish $32.24

B.A., Spanish

M.A., Spanish

Vidal, Lilia Spanish $32.24

B.A., Spanish

M.A., Spanish

MATH

Zhou, Xiaoluo Mathematics $32.24

B.S., Mathematics

M.A., Mathematics

NURSING EDUCATION

Dashnaw, Stiles Nursing Education $33.28

B.S., Nursing

M.A., Psychology

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology (pending)

PERFORMING ARTS

Feierabend, Stephen Music $32.24

Bachelor of Music

Master of Music

TRADE & INDUSTRY

Shah, Rakesh Electronics & Computer Hardware Technology $31.20

B.S., Elect. Engineering (foreign degree)

M.S., Elect. Engineering (pending)

8 years of experience

Sheremet, Gabriela Drafting Technology $31.20

B.S., Architecture & Town Planning

(foreign degree)

M.S., Architecture (foreign degree)

4+ years of experience

VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS & APPRENTICESHIP

Seymour, James Construction Technology $31.20

B.S., Engineering

6+ years of experience

Volper, Andrew Apprenticeship - Electricity *

A.B., Arts & Sciences/Sociology

Master of Public Administration

Certificate of Completion/Apprenticeship

Electrician

17 years of experience

*Paid by San Diego Electrical Training Trust

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

6. INFORMATION: RESIGNATION

On behalf of the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, the following resignation has been accepted by Dr. George R. Boggs, Superintendent/President, as authorized by the Governing Board on June 10, 1986:

  1. VALERIE MERRITT, Instructional Support Assistant II, Communications, effective February 1, 1998. (last day worked 1/31/98)

R e s u m p t i o n o f

R E G U L A R A G E N D A


D. CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR

There were no items removed from the Consent Calendar.

E. OPERATIONAL REPORTS

1. Final Project Proposal - Science Building

Kelley Hudson-MacIsaac introduced Marlene Imirzian, who gave an overview of the plans for the Final Project Proposal for construction of the new Science Building. Dr. White requested that copies of the drawings displayed be provided for Board members. Ms. Hudson-MacIsaac will copy them and send them to the Board members.

F. HEARINGS OF INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, AND DELEGATIONS

1. INFORMATION

Report of the Faculty Senate

Dr. Mark Vernoy reported that the Senate has recently passed a motion regarding a small change in Professional Development credit for faculty members who advise students during open registration. They have also reviewed and approved the final version of the Catastrophic Leave Bank Policy. The Governance Structure Task Force report was presented to them last week, and they are in the process of sunshining it. When they get input back from the faculty, they will suggest modifications to PAC.

2. INFORMATION

Report of The Faculty

Bruce Bishop reported that The Faculty has started discussing the issues involved in the plus/minus grading system.

3. INFORMATION

Report of the Administrative Association

There was no report.

4. INFORMATION

Report of the CCE/AFT

Ernie Carson reported that the last Thursday and Friday of this month, the AFT annual convention would be held in San Jose. Ernie has been asked to chair a committee on classified issues.

5. INFORMATION

Report of the Associated Student Government

Erica Olvera reported that some of the ASG members attended the CCLC conference in Sacramento this last weekend.

6. INFORMATION

Report of Superintendent

Dr. Boggs reported that Ken Burns, Counselor, recently facilitated a session at the recent "Freshman Year Experience - West Conference" in San Diego, entitled "Distance Learning: The Making of a College Success Course for the TV Learner."

Dr. Boggs also reported that in the Spring, 1997, issue of Community College Journalist, Susan Deacon, Journalism, had an article entitled, "Sabbatical Leave Tour Examines Technology Instruction in the Newsroom."

7. INFORMATION

Report of Other Organizations and/or Individuals

There were none.

G. COMMUNICATIONS

1. Letter from Dave Kelley, State Senator, to Dr. Boggs, dated January 28, 1998, thanking him for his letter regarding the general higher education bonds that would provide $250 million per year to community colleges for the June ballot. Exhibit G-1

H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1. EXCUSE ABSENCE OF MEMBER DUE TO ILLNESS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18767

BE IT RESOLVED, That in accordance with Section 72425(d) of the California Education Code, the Governing Board finds that the absence of Rita A. White from the Governing Board Meeting held January 27, 1998, is excused due to illness.

The Vote: 4 Ayes, 1 Abstain (White)

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. ESTABLISH 1998 STUDENT CENTER ELECTION PROCEDURES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18768

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, upon the recommendation of the Associated Student Government (ASG), establish procedures for an election to be conducted for the purpose of collecting a student body center and operating fee, and hereby calls an election for such purpose from April 20-24, 1998. The Governing Board shall make available in the District office and the ASG office written information regarding the election procedures. It is noted that the dates have been changed from the item submitted for information on the January 27, 1998, agenda.

Erica Olvera reported that the ASG has created a committee to work on this matter. They have made lapel buttons and posters for display on campus.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Abstain

3. CANCEL REGULAR MEETING

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18769

BE IT RESOLVED, That the regularly scheduled meeting of the Governing Board on July 28, 1998, be canceled.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. TAKE FROM TABLE APPROVAL OF CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18770

BE IT RESOLVED, That the item tabled at the January 27, 1998, meeting regarding approval of classified employment be taken from the table.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. APPROVE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18771

BE IT RESOLVED, That the classified employment of the following person be approved:

a. Name: VESNA STOJANOVICH

Position: Accountant

Department: Fiscal Services

Position #: 501154 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for Joan White. This is a voluntary demotion for Ms. Stojanovich. Employee will be removed from the Supervisory Group of the Administrative Association and placed in the classified bargaining unit.

Sal Rng/Stp: 25/Y Salary: $3,563.00/month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: March 1, 1998

Acct #(s) 01-10-50-5030-6720-2111.00-0000/100%

Ernie Carson, President of CCE/AFT made the following statement: "The CCE/AFT would like to go on record to express our concern regarding the hiring practice that the District used when filling the Accountant position that is on today's Board agenda. Our concerns are as follows: A member of the Administrative Association was allowed to voluntarily demote into the Accountant position, which is part of the CCE/AFT unit without going through an open search. The CCE/AFT contract addresses voluntary demotions for CCE/AFT unit positions only. The Administrative handbook also addresses voluntary demotions as well. Therefore, each group addresses opportunities within their respective group. By allowing this voluntary demotion from the Administrative Association into the Classified unit, it has taken away any opportunity for a Classified employee to apply for the position. This is because the Administrative Association's salary schedule begins 15 ranges higher than the Classified schedule, therefore allowing more opportunity for demotion to the Administrative group over the Classified group. This position was advertised on campus only as a lateral opportunity for Classified unit employees (of which there are less than 40 employees who are at a range of 25 or higher). Promotional opportunities at a high range of 25 for Classified unit employees or any employees should be afforded an open search, rather than allow one employee from another group to demote into. Even contract staff members who have worked out of classification in a higher range position must then interview for the position when it became open. And, in some cases, the person had worked in the position (out of class) for over one year. This has caused serious morale problems in Fiscal Services. It is our sincere hope that the District will allow an open search for any Classified positions that become vacant to allow a promotional opportunity for all."

The Vote: 4 Ayes, 1 Nay (White)

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Nay

I. NEW BUSINESS

1. INFORMATION: APPROVAL OF FINAL PROJECT PROPOSAL

BE IT RESOLVED, That approval be granted to the Final Project Proposal for the new Science Building.

2. AUTHORIZE SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT TO AWARD CONTRACT TO PURCHASE HEWLETT PACKARD 9000 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18772

BE IT RESOLVED, That in accordance with Education Code section 81655, the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District authorizes Dr. George R. Boggs, Superintendent/ President, to enter into a contract to purchase Hewlett Packard 9000 hardware and software with one of the three lowest responsive bidders meeting specifications on bids solicited in accordance with Education Code section 81645. The term of this contract shall be from the effective date of award through the one-year warranty period. This contract shall be funded through the agreement with Leasetec Municipal Corporation in an amount not to exceed $455,312. The Superintendent/President reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to waive any irregularities or informalities, in any bids or in the bidding. The Superintendent/President's action shall be brought to the Governing Board for ratification.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. AWARD CONTRACT FOR A 1000 kVA UNIT SUBSTATION AT THE BRUBECK THEATRE

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18773

BE IT RESOLVED, That the bid of ESD Company, 236 North Hale Avenue, Escondido, California 92029, submitted on February 5, 1998, to provide a 1000 kVA Unit Substation (transformer, accessories, warranty - not including installation), be and is hereby declared to be the apparent lowest, responsive bid in the amount of $65,771.00. A contract is hereby authorized between the Palomar Community College District and this bidder for this amount but subject to the submission of a submittal to the District in accordance with the bid documents, including the specifications. The term of the contract shall be from the date a signed contract is delivered by the District to the successful bidder ("effective contract date") to the date of delivery of the substation to the San Marcos Campus, which delivery shall occur not later than one hundred and twenty (120) days from the effective contract date. The contract shall be funded from account number 05-10-64-6400-7100-6200.00-0644 (22.22%) and 05-10-64-6400-7100-6200.00-1644 (77.78%).

Dr. Dougherty noted that there is a big spread between the bids of the second and third bidders and asked the reason. Ben Echeverria replied that all the bids are submitted from specs supplied to them.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. ACCEPT GRANT FROM ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, INC.

MSC Jensen, White

RESOLUTION 97-18774

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District accept a grant from Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., to provide seven (7) units of release time for John Tagg, Associate Professor of English, for the Spring Semester of 1998, to develop courseware for use in English composition classes and perhaps in other disciplines. This courseware development is part of an ongoing joint project between Encyclopaedia Britannica and the Palomar Community College District. The estimated cost of providing this release time will be $4,145.00 for the Spring Semester.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. SEND LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION SUPPORTING BARBARA HUGHES' NOMINATION TO CCCT BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO PRESIDENTS AND GOVERNING BOARDS OF OTHER COLLEGES

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18775

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District send a letter of recommendation on behalf of the candidacy of Barbara Hughes for membership on the California Community College Trustee Board of Directors to the Presidents and Governing Boards of the other California community colleges. Exhibit I-5

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

J. FINANCIAL REPORTS

1. ADOPT RESOLUTION REVIEWING AND APPROVING PURCHASES MADE FOR THE PRIOR SIXTY (60) DAYS PURSUANT TO BOARD RESOLUTIONS 96-18423 AND 96-18424, ADOPTED JUNE 24, 1997

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18776

BE IT RESOLVED, That all purchase transactions, and contracts entered into on behalf of the Palomar Community College District pursuant to resolutions numbered 96-18423 and 96-18424, adopted June 24, 1997, as detailed on the information spreadsheet lodged herewith as Exhibit J-1, be and are hereby reviewed and approved for the following Purchase Order Nos. 841375 through 841685, Agreement/Item Nos. 845192 through 845224, Travel Nos. 850038 through 850043, Reimburse/Adv/Increases Nos. 860389 through 860462, Employment Ad Nos. 865004 through 865004, Agreement/Service Nos. 870323 through 870374, Repair Nos. 875078 through 875098, Agreement/Annual Nos. 880208 through 880208, Utility Nos. 895034 through 895034, Film Booking Nos. 820014 through 820016, and Library Order Nos. 825018 through 825020, in the total amount of $779,461.41 be approved.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. INFORMATION: NARRATIVES FOR FINANCIAL REPORTS

Memo from Lois Meyer, Director, Fiscal Services. Exhibit J-2

3. APPROVE QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18777

BE IT RESOLVED, That the California Community Colleges Quarterly Financial Status Report (CCFS-311Q) for the quarter ended December 31, 1997, be approved. Exhibit J-3

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. APPROVE SALARY WARRANTS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18778

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following Salary Warrants be approved:

Payroll dated 1-9-98 $ 267,663.83

Payroll dated 1-20-98 118,039.24

Payroll dated 1-30-98 2,721,483.63

Total for January, 1998 $3,107,186.70 Exhibit J-4

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

K. INSTRUCTIONAL REPORTS

There were none.

L. PERSONNEL

1. APPROVE STUDENT EMPLOYEE LIST

MSC Jensen, White

RESOLUTION 97-18779

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Student Employee List be approved. Exhibit L-1

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18780

BE IT RESOLVED, That the classified employment of the following persons be approved:

a. Name: FREDDY N. RAMIREZ

Position: Guidance Services Technician

Department: EOPS

Position #: 460355 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for Gladis Herrera-Berkowitz. This is a promotion for Mr. Ramirez.

Sal Rng/Stp: 16/F Salary: $2,384.00/month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: February 11, 1998

Acct #(s) 01-10-41-4112-6430-2111.00-1620/75%

01-10-41-4118-6430-2111.00-1622/25%

Note: This is a specially funded position, continuation depends on available funds.

b. Name: SHERILYN HARGRAVES

Position: Manager

Department: Educational Television

Position #: 300650 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for Patricia Moyer

Sal Rng/Stp: 52/C Salary: $3,751.00/month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: March 30, 1998

Acct #(s) 01-10-32-3206-6131-2112.00-0000/100%

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. APPROVE CORRECTION TO CERTIFICATED EMPLOYMENT

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18781

BE IT RESOLVED, That the correction to the placement and salary of the following temporary certificated employee be approved:

a. Name: SRISUDA LUETTRINGHAUS

Position: Teacher

Department: Child Development Instruction & Services Center

Position #: 350502 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for D. Studinka

Effective: January 20, 1998, through May 22, 1998

% Contract: 100% No Mos: 5

Sal Rng/Stp: K/1 Salary: $2,346.00 monthly

Acct No(s): 06-10-42-4250-6920-1119.00-1617/100%

NOTE: Temporary contract position. Hired in accordance with Education Code Section 87481.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

M. ITEMS PENDING

N. COMMENTS FROM BOARD MEMBERS

There were none.

O. CLOSED SESSION

The Board recessed at 7:40 p.m. and went into Closed Session at 7:45 p.m., to discuss:

1. Conference with Labor Negotiators, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6.

Agency Negotiators: Teresa Doyle, Joseph Madrigal, Jerry Patton

Employee Organization: CCE/AFT

Closed Session ended at 7:50 p.m.

RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION

The meeting reconvened at 7:51 p.m. There was no reportable action.

P. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 7:51 p.m.


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