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Adopted Meeting Minutes
Regular Board Meeting

September 20, 2004

CALL TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON

The meeting was called to order at 6:02 p.m.

ROLL CALL BY SECRETARY TO THE BOARD

Present: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Absent: Canady

ADDITIONS/DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Proctor to add closed session to the agenda.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Proctor to add the issue of a college policy on literature distribution by organized and approved campus clubs.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

The above two items were added to the end of the agenda.

LIMITED PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS

Mary Kay Scullion - I am a faculty advisor to the Lansing Community College Student Democrats. I believe you received the correspondence from me that I hand delivered to the President's Office on Friday. I am here to urge the Trustees to visit the question of whether or not organized student groups which happen to be partisan in nature, once they have an organized pursuant to college policy and approved whether or not they can in fact distribute candidate literature for the party for which they are organized. This issue came up for the LCC Student Dems in the spring. I had a series of e-mail communications between myself and folks at Student Life. Ultimately, I was told that it was acceptable that we could in fact put out candidate literature. I did not bring the issue forward until now because it was only about two and a half weeks ago that I had a meeting with the head of Student Life and was advised that that was not allowed pursuant to Board of Trustee policy. This constitutes from my perspective both an infringement on the student?s freedom of speech, their ability to speak and address candidates and issues of their concern. It also goes to their freedom of association, and frankly it makes no sense. Why would a college set up a policy for organizing student groups, approve those student groups, charter them and then say you cannot do what you were organized to do? Now, we don't have a student Republican club registered at this point. I have been trying very hard, as my other Democratic colleague from the Social Science faculty, has been trying to find a Republican faculty member who would sign on as advisor for that group. I don't want comment on why they are having difficulty. But, the fact of the matter is, we are talking about the first amendment. We are talking about an institution of higher education. The whole purpose of higher education is to encourage people to explore issues, develop their own beliefs and agendas. Giving out candidate literature or having it available at a student table, does nothing more than broaden the neck of discussion on the campus. That is what we are here about. As a faculty member who teaches American Government, I spend almost every class encouraging my students to talk about current events. We have a monumental debate going on in this country between presidential candidates. And now the college is saying you can put out literature about the parties or anything else, but you can't put out the candidate?s literature. Frankly, it makes no sense to me and I really believe since I have yet to see anything in writing that confirms the existence of a Board policy, I really believe that the Board needs to revisit this issue. And I would hope you?d revisit it in a timely fashion. The election is drawing near.

Sally Pierce - I am the president of LCC MAHE and as most of the Board knows, I am working with the people from LCC's HR department to try to schedule meetings to continue discussion about selling Mitzi Carol?s issues. Currently, there are court cases and ULP?s pending at the end of October. I don't know if the public knows, but MAHE won an arbitration and we want to settle this long standing issue. What I am here for is to just say to the Board we are working towards that we would appreciate anything you could do on your end to help encourage management and maybe expand parameters for the settlement and we are looking forward to setting up a meeting as soon as possible. I was just talking to the attorney for the MEA who is going back to double check her schedule to see if the latest possible time will work for her this week. So, mostly I'm here for an update and to ask for your support and continued encouragement. Thank you very much.

Mark Thomas - Thank you Trustees. I'm Mark Thomas. I also teach Political Science here and I share my colleagues concern about the lack of ability for students to express themselves. In my class, part of the required course work they are splitting up into two teams. One helping the Democratic ticket, one helping the Republican ticket, and I am also a Democrat elected official working actively to get the LCC Republicans reinvigorated here. One of my classes is planning to start an LCC Republicans group. I know the Board of Trustees has a commitment to political citizenship and I urge you to uphold that in the way that our students are allowed to conduct themselves at the college. And I would caution you against delaying on allowing students to distribute literature. You might win in the short run and as Mary Kay said with the election coming up that would not be an advisable course of action, because I would not anticipate that you would win in the long run if the College really is seeking to keep candidate material from being presented. I think that it would be a short term win on your part and not serve any of our interests in the long run. So, I ask for your consideration on this issue. Thanks.

Melissa Wright - Hello Trustees. Thank you for letting us come in and make comments. My name is Melissa Wright and I am president of the LCC Democrats and I just wanted to express my frustration. It is very appalling to me that Student Life would accept a club whose name is partisan, very blatantly explained that our name is LCC Student Democrats and then proceed to tell us and try to censor us on what we can produce. I have students come up to my table that I present the information that nationally the poverty rate is increasing. To me it is obvious which candidate is going to handle that how, but they don't just want to know this is the issue; they want to know what is this particular person?s solution. So, our goal is to educate the students. People from 18-24 had barely a 30% voter turn out rate in 2000, check the census. So, our goal is to get out the student vote this year. This is very important to make an educated decision, and not just following what somebody else says. We want them to know what their candidate?s positions are. These are the issues. So, when they ask how is this person specifically saying they are going to handle this, I want to be able to tell them, I want to be able to give them a piece of paper that says, look at the issues - look at the solutions. This is how this person outlines their answer. This is a right that they have to know and it is our right to express to them this information. Again, it is very frustrating. I understand what they have told us, is that as a public body they cannot endorse a specific political party. However, is it not somewhat contradictory to their argument when they endorse a group called the Student Democrats and then say that we cannot endorse a specific party. But they?ve already done that by allowing us to exist on this campus. The other thing is, I work with several MSU students, I know that there are MSU Student Democrats and MSU Student Republicans group who distribute the same literature that we are asking to distribute on their campus. And they are no more or no less a publicly funded university than we are a publicly funded college. So, basically what we are experiencing, with the assumption that I feel it is fair of me to make, is that this is an individual that is trying to censor us, with specifically has a personal agenda and a reason to suppress this information and it is very difficult for me to really reconcile the fact that there can be any person on this campus who would want to restrict the information that students have to exchange when our effort is to educate the students. Now, I'm sorry there's not a Republican group, I am not trying to suppress that myself, and I would be equally as frustrated if someone told another group, regardless of their political position, that it's not acceptable what they have to say, that they cannot endorse their candidate and explain to the other students who are willing to listen. We don't patronize students when they walk by and say you must listen to us, we stand there with our sign that says Student Democrats. You know what you're coming passed, you know the issues that we are going to tell you. We are not pressuring anybody to listen to what we have to say. We are not trying to be a forceful entity on this campus. We are simply here to educate the students, and I feel that it is most fair for us to do that.

Megan Scullion - I am a student at LCC and I am the secretary and treasurer of the LCC Student Democrats. We feel that it is very important, as Melissa was outlining, and as Professor Scullion was outlining, that we hand out literature about John Kerry. We are not trying to force John Kerry down people?s throats. What we are trying to do is get people to make an educated vote. Not pick one agenda and vote on that one agenda. We are tying to get people to notice all of the agendas and vote on all of them. Now, I find it appalling that Student Life told us that we can tell people who to vote for, but we cannot hand out literature so that they can make their own decisions. We were told that we could put out a Democratic slate listing every candidate, but we could not give out information on each of those candidates so they can make an educated decision. Educated decisions are what this college is for. Educated decisions are what this country is for. We are a democratic country, not necessarily?We are a democracy, and in a democracy people are allowed to say what they want and everything else. I mean?

Trustee Pelleran - I?d like to ask, you said that you were told that you could give out a slate?

Megan Scullion - Yes

Trustee Pelleran - And who were you told that by and when?

Megan Scullion - Student Life. I'm not sure of the exact date, but Student Life told us we could put out a slate with all the Democratic people who are running, but we could not give them literature. And that's all I have to say. Thank you.

CHAIRPERSON AND BOARD MEMBER REPORTS

Chairperson Laverty

Board Development Session

The Board had a session in June and a second one on the evening of September 16 and the morning of September 17. Both sessions were facilitated by Ms. Carolyn Bailey, who is an expert in Carver Policy Governance Process. Chairperson Laverty felt that both sessions were productive. At the recent session the Board reaffirmed their interest and commitment to Policy Governance. They reviewed the following areas: governance commitment, governance style, Board job description, Chairperson?s role, Board committee principles, committee structure, annual Board planning cycle, and Board member?s code of conduct. Future sessions will be scheduled to complete the work with Policy Governance. Chairperson Laverty thanked the Board for their time, commitment, and for their attendance at the sessions.

Board Election Dates

In the Board packet there is a letter from the college attorneys regarding new legislation at the State level regarding the consolidation of election dates. However, there have been numerous legislative Bills introduced. Chairperson Laverty stated that no action will be taken by the Board tonight, but rather begin discussing which date the Board would prefer to hold their election. He asked Mr. Tim Zeller to provide an update on this issue.

Mr. Zeller stated that many bills have passed regarding election changes, which has resulted in confusion in the Legislature. Some of the bills passed conflict with current bills that were not repealed. He said the Board has to make a decision as to when to hold their election for either in May or November of 2005. However, beginning in January 2005 new legislation dictates community college elections are held on the date the majority of the schools in the district hold their election. If the Board sets a date, it may conflict with the new law. Mr. Zeller stated that the Election Bureau is working towards fixing this conflict prior to January 2005. Miller Canfield has advised the Board to choose either the May or November date with the caveat that in January the Board may have that decision altered.

There was brief discussion regarding this issue.

The Board decided to hold the public hearing in October and pass this resolution.

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Brannan to hold a public hearing in October on the issue of the Lansing Community College Board election date.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

Calendar of Meetings for 2004-2005 and 2005-2006

Trustee Pelleran recommended only approving the 2004-05 meetings calendar and postpone the approval of the 2005-06 meetings until after the public hearing is held in October.

The Board agreed to Trustee Pelleran?s recommendation.

Roll call vote on 2004-05 meetings calendar:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

The 2004-05 meetings calendar was approved.

Foundation Board

Chairperson Laverty reported that the Foundation has begun its capital campaign. Mr. Joe Reid has been selected as Chairman to lead this effort. He asked President Cunningham to provide more information on Mr. Reid.

President Cunningham indicated that Mr. Reid is the president of Capital National Bank Corporation. He started Capital National Bank 22 years ago with only one facility in Lansing, and is still the only home-grown, hometown bank in the region. Mr. Reid expanded one bank to 32 banks nation wide. His daughter teaches as an adjunct faculty at Lansing Community College, they have been active in various community efforts such as the HOPE Scholarship, and he graduated from Highland Park Community College. Since the capital campaign is about building community and creating opportunity they couldn?t think of anyone better than Mr. Reid.

Chairperson Laverty announced that on Wednesday, September 22nd from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. there is a reception at the Dart Auditorium for the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame photo unveiling. This year?s Lip Sync event will be held on Sunday, October 24 at 6:00 p.m. Trustee Pelleran has had to resign from the Foundation, and he appointed Trustee Murray to the Foundation.

Other

Chairperson Laverty reported on the following items:

? Reminded the Board to submit their conflict of interest statement to the Board Secretary.

? He attended the Sports Hall of Fame Inductions Ceremony, the MCCA summer workshop, fall semester Kickoff events and Service Awards Ceremony on August 25, and the West Campus tours.

The RED Team recently had a meeting at the West Campus and there are other organizations that have expressed an interest in having their meetings there.

The LCC-TV program has made great improvements. He requested a future spotlight on the LCC TV channel.

Board Members

Trustee Rasmusson - Audit Committee

He attended the Conference Board Audit Institute on June 22 and 23, which reaffirmed that the College is following best practices. The Audit Committee met on June 30 and things are in place for the College audit.

Chairperson Laverty thanked Trustee Rasmusson for his leadership on the committee and Trustees Brannan and Canady for serving on the Committee.

Trustee Proctor - Workforce Development Board

He reported that the Workforce Development Board is continuing their work in facing challenges such as loss of manufacturing jobs and displaced workers many of whom lack educational skills to be retrained. Lansing Community College recently received a grant to participate in training employees. He stated that he and Chairperson Laverty abstained from voting on that matter. Trustee Proctor reported that he and Chairperson Laverty recently attended the Michigan Works agency annual conference in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. At the conference there was discussion about demographics of the future workforce.

Trustee Pelleran - Leslie Local Development Finance Authority

She reported that this group meets monthly; however, she missed the last meeting due to the Board development session. This group discusses the economic development that is going on in Leslie. Trustee Pelleran stated that this is a wonderful opportunity to get to the southern portion of the community college district and is thrilled to participate with that auspicious group.

Trustee Canady - Japan Adventure Program

Chairperson Laverty stated that Trustee Canady was ill; therefore, this agenda item was tabled.

President's REPORT

President Cunningham thanked Chairperson Laverty for his positive comments on the LCC-TV program. She gave credit to Vice President Ruth Borger and Mr. Marti Pennoni.

President Cunningham announced that on Thursday, September 23 a trip to Dayton, OH has been scheduled to tour the ISUS (Improved Solutions for Urban Systems) Program. This program provides children of promise with construction trade skills and teaches them Math, Science, and Reading. The students work in the field for a week and are in the classroom for a week. She stated that this program has been in place for 10 years and has changed the face of Dayton, Ohio and these young people. President Cunningham stated that over 50 community leaders and Lansing Community College faculty and staff will be attending. She said a future trip will be scheduled to accommodate more faculty to visit the program considering this trip falls on a Thursday and many faculty members are teaching during this time.

Chairperson Laverty stated that with his involvement with the Workforce Development Board a study has been conducted that predicted by 2010 there will be a worker shortage in this area of about 8,000. Many wonder how we can continue to have 20 to 30% of our high school students fall through the cracks. He said this ISUS program will help with this.

Trustee Rasmusson stated that many students are discouraged, for example in a journeyman program, by courses such as government or that are paper oriented. Alternative ways of teaching these courses should be explored, such as role playing and peer teaching.

Information Items

College Spotlight - Resource and Enterprise Development

President Cunningham introduced Mr. Dan McCormick who joined the College on July 1, 2004. He worked with the Foundation previously helping to reinvent and organize and transition it to excellence. Mr. McCormick is now focusing his efforts on exploring ways the College can increase its revenue sources. His clients are and have been American Cancer Society, Coca-Cola Foundation among others. He is connected nationally and has done more non-profit mergers than any other entity in the country. President Cunningham stated that Mr. McCormick previously taught at Lansing Community College and taught band at Eastern High School.

Mr. McCormick gave a PowerPoint presentation on enterprise development and the process he is using to assist the college in enhancing its revenue stream (the presentation is on file with the official Board materials.)

There was a question and answer period after the presentation.

Human Resources - New Hires, Leaves and Sabbaticals

Appointments?

Administrative?

Susan Fisher, Manager of Fund Development, Executive Office, Foundation

Stephen Goethals, Director, BCI-MTEC, Business and Community Institute Division

Susan Mutty, Business and Training Director, Business and Community Institute Division

Lucian Leone, Director, Livingston Center, Extension and Community Education, Academic Affairs

Faculty?

Lydia Hilton, Faculty, Accounting, Business, Media, and Information Technologies

Robin Wagner, Faculty, Biology, Science, Liberal Studies

William Gustin, Faculty, Geography, Social Science, Liberal Studies

Sabbatical Leave Request?

Brenda Brown (Cook), Assistant Professor, Human, Health and Public Service Careers, Dental Program

Requested: Fall 1995 Semester, Spring 1996 Semester

St. Johns - Expanded Service Area

Vice President Borger stated that the College adopted a strategic initiative to explore how the institution may service the higher education needs of our out-of-district communities. In addition to ongoing discussions with community leaders, the College contracted with EPIC/MRA a local research firm with a national reputation to conduct a community survey last spring. This survey explored the level of replication, recognition, and higher education needs in the St. Johns community. She introduced Mr. John Cavanaugh, partner with EPIC/MRA.

Mr. Cavanaugh reviewed the survey results with the Board. He shared that the Board enjoys popular support from the St. Johns community. There is a welcoming atmosphere in St. Johns to Lansing Community College. A recognition that the college does a great job in providing a two-year education and job training, which had a 93% positive rating. He gave the following examples of questions used during the survey:

? Is it a good or a bad idea for St. Johns K-12 to become part of the LCC district? 83% said it was a good idea

? Why? A lower tuition rate.

? Are you concerned about yourself being laid off? About 1/3 of the respondents said yes, and 63% said no.

? Are you concerned about others in the community being laid off? 87% responded yes.

? If you were to become part of the LCC district, it would cost you approximately $200 a year? 68% responded yes.

Mr. Cavanaugh stated that even though this survey was conducted in May where there was a possibility of Federal Mogul closing their doors, he believed the numbers wouldn?t change a great deal. In his opinion, a climate exists for a receptivity to welcome the invitation to become part of the district, and the primary reason is lower tuition costs for St. Johns residents.

There was a question and answer period after the presentation.

President Cunningham and Vice President Borger have meetings scheduled on Friday, September 24 with community leaders in St. Johns.

Budget Update

Vice President Larson reported that Governor Granholm has signed the budget bill and with the tuition restraint incentive payment the College is scheduled to receive a total state appropriation of approximately $28.6 million. This number is what the college had budgeted and the Board had approved. The College's move to contact billing hours did not adversely impact our ability to benefit from the tuition restraint incentive. If the state property in Northville is sold, the college will receive an addition $870,000 which was cut from fiscal year 2004 appropriation. The only caveat is that there is still discussion about the timing of property taxes and the impact on the county. Until the funding is wired to the College, it is safe to say everything is still up in the air.

Facilities Master Plan

Vice President Larson reviewed the update to the facilities master plan (it is on file with the official Board materials.) No action is being asked of the Board at this meeting; however, this will require Board action at the November meeting.

There was brief discussion regarding the facilities master plan.

Legal Services

Vice President Larson reviewed the legal services information that was provided in the Board packet (it is on file with the official Board materials.) She stated that this is not a trend yet and this is only a reflection of three months. The information that this is being compared to contains figures where the college has had some years with Board elections, bond issues, as well as Board sponsored activities that required outside legal counsel.

There was brief discussion regarding the legal services information.

President Cunningham stated that this arrangement has been working well. Everyone is more aware to call Mr. Zeller first and he then advises if it is necessary to contact outside legal counsel. However, she cautioned the Board that this cost savings is not a trend yet.

M-TEC Grand Opening

President Cunningham reminded the Board that the M-TEC grand opening celebration is scheduled for November 8 at noon. The opening of West Campus, under the direction of Ms. Jan Danford, has been outstanding. With any openings of new facilities there are glitches; however, there could not be a better person to launch this facility than Ms. Danford. President Cunningham asked for everyone to give Ms. Danford a round of applause.

President Cunningham also thanked all of the faculty and staff who helped with the opening of the M-TEC. Evident of this is the increase in enrollment there which currently has over 1,000 students there. Beginning in January 2005 it is anticipated that approximately 3,000 students will be taking courses there.

Enrollment

Mr. Rich Howard provided the most recent enrollment report. Credit hours have increased by 6.7%, unduplicated head count has increased by 6.4%, and seat count has increased by 7%.

Chairperson Laverty requested a copy of the most recent enrollment report be sent to the Board.

Action Items

Approval of Minutes - June 21, 2004 Regular Meeting

President Cunningham presented the June 21, 2004 meeting minutes for the Board's approval.

Chairperson Laverty asked that the record reflect a clarification of the closed session portion of the June 21 meeting minutes. The Board was to go into closed session, but there were concerns expressed that the Board could not go into closed session due to not having a super majority present. The Board immediately returned to open session. Following that meeting after further review with legal counsel it was determined that the Board was within its rights to go into closed session without a super majority. He asked Mr. Zeller to elaborate on this issue.

Mr. Zeller responded that the Open Meetings Act requires a super majority to go into closed session; however, there are exceptions. Closed session for the purpose of discussing contract negotiations, which was the case at the June 21 meeting is one of those exceptions.

There were no changes to the minutes.

Energy Master Plan

Vice President Larson reviewed the energy master plan from Siemens with the Board (it is on file with the official Board materials.) She stated that the Board was introduced to this plan at their June 21 meeting. Vice President Larson thanked the following Siemens representatives that were present: Laurie Prena, Kurt Homan, and Dana Soukup.

There was discussion regarding the energy master plan.

Abel B. Sykes Jr. Technology and Learning Center Quitclaim Deed

President Cunningham presented the quitclaim deed to the Board (it is on file with the official Board materials.) This will allow the College to solely own the TLC building and the State?s name will be taken off the deed.

Tentative Agreements

President Cunningham presented the tentative agreements with the Fraternal Order of Police and the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees bargaining units.

There was a brief discussion about the tentative agreements.

Finance - Approval of Bids

President Cunningham asked Ms. Beckie Beard to review the bids.

Ms. Beckie Beard presented the following bids for the Board's approval:

  1. Cisco Network Equipment Maintenance Services in the amount of $305,389 for three years. The bid was awarded to Netarx from Bingham Farms, Michigan.

  2. Commercial Real Estate Broker/Agent contract to assist in selling College property. The contract was awarded to CB Richard Ellis/Martin from East Lansing, Michigan.

  3. Purchase of Computer Hardware over the next three years in the amount of $1,964,700 for the first year. The bid was awarded to Agilysys, Inc., from Warren, Michigan for the computers, and to Hewlett Packard Co., from Deerfield, Illinois for servers and storage area network.

  4. Purchase and maintenance of Copiers for a contract of four years. The contract was awarded to Albin Business Center of Okemos, Michigan.

  5. Exterior Grading and Paving for the HHPSC and Administration buildings in the amount of $428,010. The bid was awarded to Kares Construction of Charlotte, Michigan.

  6. HCC Exterior Masonry Restoration in the amount of $157,735.50. The bid was awarded to Davenport Masonry of Holt, Michigan.

  7. Landscaping for HHPSC and Administration buildings in the amount of $166,546. The bid was awarded to WH Canon Company of Romulus, Michigan.

  8. Network and Security Resources in the amount of $162,000 for three years. The bid was awarded to Control Room Technologies from Lansing, Michigan.

There was brief discussion regarding the bids.

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Rasmusson and supported by Trustee Proctor to approve all action items of the President's report.

Trustee Brannan added a friendly amendment to move the Human Resources sabbatical leave request to the action items.

Trustee Rasmusson accepted Trustee Brannan?s friendly amendment.

Chairperson Laverty requested a separate roll call on Trustee Brannan?s amendment to approve the sabbatical leave request.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

Roll call vote on the President's Report action items:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

The Board took a five minute recess.

New Agenda Item - Distribution of Literature by Organized Clubs

President Cunningham requested that the Board allow the administration to review this and the legal issues involved and provide a recommendation. She reassured the Board and the students that the administration will begin reviewing this immediately and change what is necessary that is within the legal ramifications. President Cunningham stated that if this is or isn?t a policy issue, action will be taken on this prior to the next Board meeting to allow the students to begin their activities as soon as possible due to the upcoming election. If Board action is necessary, a recommendation will be forwarded for the October 18 meeting.

The Board agreed to allow the administration to further review this concern and update the Board as soon as it is resolved.

CLOSED SESSION

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Murray for the Board to go into closed session for the purpose of discussing pending litigation and contract negotiations.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

The Board went into closed session at 8:54 p.m.

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Murray to return to open session.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

The Board returned to open session at 10:15 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENT

There were no comments from the public.

ADJOURNMENT

IT WAS MOVED by Trustee Pelleran and supported by Trustee Murray to adjourn the meeting.

Roll call vote:
Ayes: Brannan, Laverty, Murray, Pelleran, Proctor, Rasmusson
Nays: None
Absent: Canady

Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 10:15 p.m.

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