Governing Board Meeting – May 22, 2018


GOOD EVENING. I WOULD TO CALL TO
ORDER THE MEETING OF THE MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY
COLLEGE DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD FOR MAY 22ND, 2018. THE FIRST ITEM ON THE
AGENDA IS ITEM NUMBER ONE, A TRUTH AND TAXATION HEARING AS
REQUIRED UNDER STATE LAW. THE MARICOPA COUNTY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT IS CONSIDERING A PROPOSAL
TO INCREASE PRIMARY PROPERTY TAXES IN FISCAL YEAR
2018-2019 ON EXISTING PROPERTY. THE PROPOSED INCREASE
IS 1.3%, WHICH EQUALS $5,935,113 IN ADDITIONAL
PROPERTY TAX REVENUES FROM EXISTING PROPERTY. AT THIS TIME I WILL AFFORD
ANY RESIDENT OR TAXPAYER THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS
THE GOVERNING BOARD CONSIDERING THE PROPOSED
ACTION UNDER CONSIDERATION TO INCREASE PRIMARY PROPERTY
TAXES ON EXISTING PROPERTY. DO WE HAVE ANYONE
THAT WISHES TO SPEAK? SEEING NONE, ARE THERE ANY
COMMENTS FROM MEMBERS OF THE BOARD? AT THIS TIME BEFORE… (INAUDIBLE) IT WILL CONCLUDE THE
TRUTH AND TAXATION HEARING. NEXT ITEM ON THE AGENDA IS
ITEM NUMBER TWO, A PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE
ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED BUDGET OF THE MARICOPA
COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT FOR FISCAL
YEAR 2018-2019. THIS HEARING IS REQUIRED
UNDER STATE LAW. THE PURPOSE OF THE HEARING
IS TO GIVE ANY RESIDENT OR TAXPAYER THE OPPORTUNITY
TO PROTEST THE INCLUSION OF ANY ITEM IN THE
PROPOSED BUDGET. IF THERE ARE ANY
QUESTIONS, I WILL DEFER THEM TO MR. HIBBS TO ANSWER. AT THIS TIME I WILL AFFORD
RESIDENT OR TAXPAYER THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE
GOVERNING BOARD CONCERNING THE PROPOSED ACTION
UNDER CONSIDERATION. DO WE HAVE ANYONE
WHO WISHES TO SPEAK? IS THERE ANY COMMENTS
FROM MEMBERS OF THE BOARD? THAT CONCLUDES THE
PUBLIC HEARINGS. I WOULD NOW TO CONVENE THE
SPECIAL BOARD OF MAY 22ND, 2018. THE FIRST ITEM ON THE
AGENDA IS ITEM ONE, A MOTION TO LEVY THE
INCREASE PROPERTY TAXES AS PREVIOUSLY DESCRIBED. IS THERE A MOTION
TO THAT EFFECT? I SO MOVE. SECOND. IS THERE ADDITIONAL
DISCUSSION BY BOARD MEMBERS? SEEING NONE, I AM GOING
TO CALL ON MR. HIBBS TO EXPLAIN THE NET
RESULT OF THIS ACTION. MR. CHAIRMAN — EXCUSE ME.
I’M STILL USED TO BEING AT THE LEGISLATURE. MR. PRESIDENT, MEMBERS OF THE
BOARD, WHEN YOU SAY EXPLAINED, ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT THE
ENTIRE BUDGET, GENERALLY? WE’RE TALKING ABOUT
THE TAX LEVY RIGHT NOW. THE TAX LEVY. I THINK THE EASIEST WAY TO
UNDERSTAND THE TAX LEVY IS THAT THE — BOTH THE
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY TAX LEVIES ARE DECLINING. THE SECONDARY LEVY IS
GOING DOWN AS OUR BONDS ARE BEING PAID OFF. SO WHAT THE INTENT HERE,
RECOGNIZING THAT THERE WILL NOT BE ANY SECONDARY
LEVY FOR CAPITAL IN THE FUTURE, IS TO MOVE SOME OF
THE REDUCTION EACH YEAR IN THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
TAX LEVIES OVER TO THE PRIMARY SIDE SO THAT WE
HAVE SUFFICIENT FUNDS FOR CAPITAL IN THE FUTURE. THE IMPACT OF DOING THAT
IS STILL A REDUCTION IN THE TOTAL TAX LEVY. IT GOES DOWN THIS YEAR
FROM $1.40 POINT 96 CENTS TO $1.37 POINT 54 CENTS. ON THE PRIMARY SIDE OF
THAT THERE IS A SLIGHT INCREASE OF $1.50 ON A
HOUSEHOLD OF $100,000. AND THESE MONIES WILL BE
USED IN THE FUTURE FOR CAPITAL PURPOSES
AT THE DISTRICT. THANK YOU, MR. HIBBS. DR. THOR. THANK YOU, MR. HENDRIX. I WANT TO CONFIRM THAT THE
AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE FOR CAPITAL
FROM THE LAST GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND WILL BE
EXHAUSTED IN THE NEXT 3 YEARS. AND THAT IF THE BOARD
TAKES THIS ACTION, IT WILL PROVIDE US WITH A SOURCE
FOR THAT CAPITAL THAT COULD POTENTIALLY AVOID
THE NECESSITY OF US GOING OUT FOR ANOTHER GENERAL
OBLIGATION BOND? MR. PRESIDENT, DR. THOR, THAT IS
ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. ANY FURTHER
COMMENTS FROM BOARD? AND JUST ONE FURTHER
CLARIFICATION, BECAUSE I WANT TO JUST BE SURE THAT
I UNDERSTAND IT CLEARLY, I’VE GOTTEN A COUPLE OF
E-MAILS COMMENTING ABOUT, I SEE YOU’RE GOING TO VOTE
ON A TAX INCREASE TONIGHT. I WANT TO BE SURE THAT I
UNDERSTAND CLEARLY THAT WE’RE VOTING ON AN
INCREASE OF THE PRIMARY TAX, BUT THAT THE TOTAL
TAX IS ACTUALLY GOING DOWN. SO ALTHOUGH WE ARE VOTING
ON AN INCREASE OF ONE, THE TOTAL TAX PAYABLE
IS A DECREASE. SO THE NET RESULT TONIGHT,
IF THIS PASSES, IS A DECREASE IN TAXES. THAT IS CORRECT. IF THERE ARE NOT FURTHER
COMMENTS, WE WILL GO AHEAD AND VOTE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE
LAW, THE GOVERNING BOARD WILL NOW VOTE ON THIS
MOTION BY A ROLL CALL VOTE. MR. BARTNING.
YES. MS. MCGRATH.
AYE. MS. HAVER.
AYE. MS. LIVINGSTON.
AYE. DR. THOR.
AYE. MR. SAAR.
AYE. AND HENDRIX VOTES, AYE. BY A VOTE OF 7-0,
THE MOTION PASSES. ITEM TWO OF THE AGENDA IS
APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019
MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BUDGET AND
APPROVING THE BUDGET. THE BOARD ALSO AUTHORIZES
THE EXPENDITURE OF BUDGET REVENUES AND REALIZED OR
DESIGNATED FUND BALANCES WITHIN THE TOTAL AMOUNT
BUDGETED IN EACH FUND: GENERAL FUND AUXILLARY,
PLANT FUND QUASI-ENDOWMENT RESTRICTED PROP 301
AND DEBT SERVICE. IS THERE ANY ADDITIONAL
DISCUSSION BY BOARD MEMBERS? MR. SAAR. LET ME FIRST SAY THAT I
WANT TO THANK ELLIOT AND HIS STAFF FOR PROBABLY IN
MY EIGHT YEARS THIS IS THE MOST DETAILED AND WELL PUT
TOGETHER BUDGET THAT I’M FAMILIAR WITH. SO
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. HAVING SAID THAT, THERE
IS A COUPLE THINGS I AM CONCERNED ABOUT IN THE BUDGET. AND MY PHILOSOPHY HAS
ALWAYS BEEN THAT A BUDGET SHOULD DRIVE THE
ORGANIZATION TO ACCOMPLISH ITS VISION AND MISSION
AS DEFINED BY A SET OF METRICS, WHICH WE DO
MONITOR EVERY NOVEMBER. THIS PAST YEAR’S REPORT,
LIKE OTHERS IN THE RECENT PAST, WAS IN MIX OF STATUS
QUO, AND IN SOME CASES EVER-CONCERNING
DOWNWARD TRENDS. MOST NOTABLY WAS THE
DECLINE IN ENROLLMENT, BOTH HEAD COUNT AND FTSE
AND THE NEGATIVE TREND IN OUR STUDENT
SUCCESS INITIATIVE. SO MY QUESTION,
MR. ELLIOT, IS — MR. HIBBS, IS: WHERE
IN THIS BUDGET ARE THE RESOURCES TO STOP THE DECLINE IN
BOTH OF THESE INDICATORS? MR. PRESIDENT, MR. SAAR,
I REALLY THINK THE PLACE THAT THERE IS INVESTMENT
HERE MAYBE IN A COUPLE DIFFERENT WAYS,
BUT CERTAINLY THE TRANSFORMATION MONEY
THAT IS IN THIS BUDGET IS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE
STUDENT EXPERIENCE HERE AT MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DISTRICT, AS WELL AS THE OUTCOMES IN TERMS OF
CERTIFICATES, GRADUATION, AND RETENTION. I THINK — AND I GET THAT,
BUT A BIG PART OF OUR PROBLEM IN MY MIND, AND
WE’VE TALKED ABOUT IT FOR A LONG TIME, IS ENROLLMENT AND
THE LACK OF ENROLLMENT. MS. MCGRATH HAS TALKED
ABOUT ENDLESSLY FOR YEARS. AND WE’RE LOOKING AT A
DECLINE SINCE 2010 OF 11% IN HEAD COUNT. AND I’M JUST CONCERNED
THAT THAT’S A TREND. AND WHAT I SEE IN THIS
BUDGET AND WHAT I SEE IN THE TRANSFORMATION IS AN
ATTEMPT TO MAKE A BETTER ENGINE. AND I TOTALLY GET THAT IT
WILL BE A BETTER ENGINE WHEN EVERYTHING
IS IMPLEMENTED. BUT IF YOU DON’T HAVE THE
GAS TO RUN THE ENGINE, IT IS KIND OF A WASTE. SO I SEE THE
GASOLINE AS STUDENTS. AND THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS
THAT WE HAVE IN MARICOPA COUNTY, YOU KNOW,
ESPECIALLY SINCE WE LIVE IN A COUNTY THAT IS THE
FASTEST GROWING IN THE NATION, WE ARE SITTING HERE
WITH DECLINING ENROLLMENT AS ONE OF THE INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER EDUCATION. SO I AM CONCERNED THAT
— YOU KNOW, THE BUDGET DRIVES A LOT OF THINGS. AND I’M HOPING THAT WE CAN
TAKE SOME OF THIS BUDGET AND APPLY IT TO GOING
AFTER THE POTENTIAL STUDENTS THAT WE KNOW ARE
OUT THERE IN THE GROWTH OF MARICOPA COUNTY AND
GETTING THEM TO A POINT WHERE THEY CAN BECOME
SUCCESSFUL IN OUR OPERATION HERE AT MARICOPA
COMMUNITY COLLEGES. SO I’M NOT OPPOSED TO
THE BUDGET BY ANY MEANS. BUT I WANT TO MAKE SURE
THAT THE CHANCELLOR KNOWS, AND WE HAVE HAD THIS
DISCUSSION, I WANT TO SEE THE TREND OF DROPPING
ENROLLMENT, AND IN SOME CASES A DROP IN OUR
OUTCOMES AS WELL, ESPECIALLY IN THE STUDENT
SUCCESS INITIATIVE. SO I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING WHAT
CAN BE DONE IN THIS BUDGET. THANK YOU. ANY FURTHER COMMENTS? MR. BARTNING. THANK YOU,
PRESIDENT HENDRIX. AND I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO
APPLAUD MR. HIBBS AND HIS TEAM FOR THIS BUDGET. IT DECREASES STUDENT
TUITION, WHICH I THINK IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT
DIRECTION FOR OUR MANDATE TO MAKE EDUCATION NEARLY
AS FREE AS POSSIBLE, INCREASES FACULTY PAY,
AND IT ADDRESSES THE RESERVES CHALLENGE. AND BEING VERY NEW, I
HEARD ABOUT THIS COMING INTO THE BOARD, BUT IT
SEEMS TO HAVE ADDRESSED THAT IN A VERY FISCALLY
RESPONSIBLE MANNER. AND THE LAST THING I
THINK, IN RESPONSE TO MR. SAAR, AND JUST —
I ALSO HAVE HAD SOME CONCERNS ABOUT
THE ENROLLMENT. AND I KNOW THAT A LOT
OF PEOPLE HAVE DISCUSSED THIS. ONE THING I KEEP HEARING
ABOUT IS TECHNOLOGY. AND SO WHAT I WANTED TO
ASK YOU, MR. HIBBS, IS: I SEE THAT WE HAVE $5.97
MILLION FOR UPDATING TECHNOLOGY LICENSES
AND OPERATIONS. IN YOUR OPINION, WOULD
THAT ADDRESS SOME OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL CONCERNS
THAT I’VE BEEN HEARING WITH RELATION TO IN
ENROLLMENT OR SOME OTHER PARTS OF THE SYSTEM? I HAVE TO THINK ABOUT THIS. PRESIDENT HENDRIX, AND
MR. BARTNING, THE THINGS THAT ARE IN HERE FOR TECHNOLOGY
SUPPLEMENT AND COMPLEMENT WHAT IS ALSO IN TRANSFORMATION
FOR TECHNOLOGY. SOME OF THE ASPECTS
OF TRANSFORMATION ARE TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES THAT
ARE, AGAIN, TO ENHANCE THAT STUDENT EXPERIENCE. I KNOW ONE OF THE THINGS
THAT WE ARE EXPECTING TO COME UP IN I BELIEVE IN
DECEMBER, AND ED IS HERE AND CAN PROBABLY TALK
MAYBE A LITTLE BIT BETTER TO THIS, BUT IT IS THAT
THING WHERE PERSPECTIVE STUDENTS OR PEOPLE WANTING
TO ENROLL CAN COME TO ONE SITE TO ENROLL WITH ANY OF
THE COLLEGES RATHER THAN HAVING TO GO TO A
VARIETY OF THEM. SO ALL OF THESE THINGS
WITH TECHNOLOGY, THOSE ARE THE THINGS THAT WE’RE
DRIVING TOWARD IS TO MAKE THAT STUDENT EXPERIENCE
SO MUCH EASIER AND TO MAKE THE STUDENT BE ABLE TO
GET WHAT THEY NEED THROUGH THEIR EDUCATION AS COST
EFFECTIVELY AS THEY POSSIBLE CAN. THANK YOU. AND I JUST, AGAIN, LIKE
TO ECHO, I THINK WE HAVE SOMETHING AMAZING HERE. AND, TO ME, THIS IS THE
START OF, YOU KNOW, ADDRESSING THAT OVERALL
ISSUE WITH STUDENT ENROLLMENT. I THINK WE ARE OFF
ON THE RIGHT FOOT. SO THANK YOU AGAIN. ANY FURTHER COMMENTS? OKAY. WE WILL NEED A MOTION AND
A SECOND FOR ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET. I MOVE WE ADOPT
THE BUDGET. I SECOND. IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE
LAW, THE GOVERNING BOARD WILL NOW VOTE ON THIS
MOTION BY A ROLL CALL VOTE. MR. SAAR.
AYE. DR. THOR.
AYE. MS. LIVINGSTON.
AYE. MS. HAVER.
AYE. MS. MCGRATH.
AYE. MR. BARTNING.
AYE. HENDRIX VOTES,
AYE. BY A MOTION OF 7-0, THE
MOTION PASSES AND THE BUDGET IS APPROVED. CAN I GET A MOTION AND
A SECOND TO ADJOURN THE SPECIAL MEETING? SO MOVE.
I MOVE WE ADJOURN SPECIAL MEETING
IS ADJOURNED. SO DO WE HAVE TO WAIT
UNTIL 7 O’CLOCK? OKAY. AT THIS TIME I WILL CALL
TO ORDER THE MEETING OF THE MARICOPA COUNTY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD
FOR MAY 22ND, 2018. WE WILL BEGIN WITH THE
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE LED BY EVEA MORROW. I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE
FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND TO THE
REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION UNDER
GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH LIBERTY AND
JUSTICE FOR ALL. THANK YOU, MS. MORROW. SUBSTITUTIONS, WE HAVE
DR. CASANDRA KAKAR FOR CHRIS HAINES. STUDENT LIFE REPORTS,
RIO SALADO COLLEGE. GOOD EVENING, PRESIDENT
HENDRIX, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, DR. HARPER-MARINICK, MEMBERS OF THE
CEC AND GUESTS. MY NAME IS JOHN BASTIAN. I AM THE COORDINATOR
OF STUDENT LIFE AND LEADERSHIP AT RIO
SALADO COLLEGE. AND I’M HERE THIS EVENING
TO SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS FROM RIO AND ALSO SHARE
WITH YOU MANY OF THE OPPORTUNITIES THAT ARE
AVAILABLE TO OUR RIO SALADO STUDENTS. TO SHARE SOME EXPERIENCES
ABOUT RIO SALADO AND THE ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, WE
HAVE TWO STUDENTS HERE TONIGHT. THE FIRST ONE WHO SPEAK
IS KAITLYN MAGOO AND SECONDLY, EVEA MORROW, WHO
YOU JUST MET, WILL SPEAK ALSO. PRESIDENT HENDRIX,
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, DR. HARPER-MARINICK,
MEMBERS OF THE CEC, AND GUESTS. MY NAME IS KAITLYN
MAGOO. AND I’M A STUDENT HERE
AT RIO SALADO COLLEGE. THIS EVENING I AM
REPRESENTING RIO SALADO AS PART OF OUR STUDENT
LIFE PRESENTATION. AS YOU KNOW, RIO SALADO
OFFERS A NONTRADITIONAL APPROACH TO LEARNING, AS
WE ARE PRIMARILY ONLINE. ALTHOUGH WE ARE ONLINE,
WE HAVE A VARIETY OF ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
AND ACTIVITIES, WHICH IS THE REAL REASONS WHY I
DECIDED TO STAY AT RIO SALADO AND CONTINUE MY
EDUCATION BECAUSE OF THE TYPE OF ACTIVITIES
THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE. AS MENTIONED, HERE ARE
SOME OF OUR ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, WITH TWO OF
OUR LARGER BEING THE PHI THETA KAPPA
INTERNATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY, AS WELL AS THE NATIONAL
SOCIETY OF LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS, WHICH I’M GOING
TO TOUCH ON A LITTLE BIT FURTHER AS
I WAS HONORED TO BE A PART OF THAT SOCIETY THIS YEAR. FOR THE NATIONAL SOCIETY
OF LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS THERE ARE MULTIPLE REQUIREMENTS
TO OBTAIN INDUCTION. FOR ME PERSONALLY, THE TWO
MOST IMPORTANT WERE THE LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY,
AS WELL AS THE SUCCESS NETWORKING TEAMS. THESE ACTIVITIES AND
WORKSHOPS WITHIN THE LEADERSHIP TRAINING DAY
HELPED LEAD US TO FIND OUR PURPOSE, SECURE GOALS, AND
RECEIVE CONTINUOUS SUPPORT TO FIND SUCCESS WITHIN OUR
SUCCESS NETWORKING TEAMS. WE ACTUALLY HAD CONTINUOUS
FORMS OF SUPPORT, WHETHER THAT WAS OFFICIAL MEETINGS
ON SITE OR THROUGH OUR OWN TYPE OF FACEBOOK GROUPS OR
ONLINE GROUPS THAT WE MADE TO MAKE SURE WE WERE
ALWAYS HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND FIND THE SUPPORT WE
NEEDED TO OBTAIN SUCCESS. THIS IS OUR 5TH YEAR AS
A CHAPTER AT RIO SALADO. AND THIS YEAR ALONE WE
HONORED 45 STUDENTS AS INDUCTED MEMBERS, WITH SIX RECEIVING
NATIONAL ENGAGED LEADER AWARD. NOW I AM GOING TO HAND
ON OVER TO AVEA MORROW TO FURTHER GO OVER
INFORMATION. PRESIDENT HENDRIX,
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, DR. HARPER-MARINICK,
MEMBERS OF THE CEC, AND GUESTS. WOULD YOU PLEASE STAND IN FRONT
OF THE MICROPHONE. OKAY. IS THAT BETTER?
BETTER. OKAY. PERFECT. SO MANY OF YOU
REMEMBER ME. MY NAME IS AVEA MORROW. I AM A STUDENT AND
EMPLOYEE AT RIO SALADO COLLEGE. AND I HAVE BEEN VERY
BLESSED WITH THE STUDENT LIFE ORGANIZATIONS HAVE
OFFERED ME, SUCH AS RUNNING FOR INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
WITHIN PHI THETA KAPPA. SO I WANT TO COVER A BIT
MORE ABOUT OUR PHI THETA KAPPA CHAPTER THIS YEAR. WE WERE TASKED WITH A
COLLEGE PROJECT FOCUSING ON SCHOLARSHIPS AND WHY
STUDENTS KIND OF WOULD GET TO THE SCHOOL, BUT STOP
THEIR ENROLLMENT PROCESS. SO WE WORKED WITH FACULTY
AND ADJUNCTS TO DISCUSS METHODS OF BRIDGING THAT
GAP BETWEEN THE STUDENTS AND THEIR INSTRUCTOR. WE PROVIDED THEM WITH
TEMPLATES SO THEY COULD GET THEIR INSTRUCTORS
TO WRITE A LOT MORE, YOU KNOW, PERSONALIZED LETTERS
OF RECOMMENDATION, AS WELL AS HELP THEM UNDERSTAND
WHAT THEIR INSTRUCTORS NEED TO KNOW AND NEED TO
RECEIVE FROM THEM IN ORDER TO WRITE THOSE LETTERS
OF RECOMMENDATION. WE ALSO HAD AN HONORS
IN ACTION PROJECT, WHICH FOCUSED ON LIFE
WITH DISABILITIES. WE FOUND THAT THROUGH OUR
RESEARCH A LOT OF PEOPLE HAD A LOT OF
MISCONCEPTIONS WHEN IT CAME TO THE DISABLED,
SUCH AS SAYING THAT THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE WAS
PROBABLY VERY DRASTICALLY LOWER AND THAT THEY
PROBABLY JUST SHOULD STAY AT HOME AND GET MONEY
FROM THE GOVERNMENT. SO WE PUT A QUIZ AND WE
HAD OUR MEMBERS ACTUALLY SPEAK TO A PERSON WHO IS
LEGALLY BLIND AND IN A WHEELCHAIR AND ACTUALLY
RUNS DISTRICT FOUR OF THE BLINDED VETERANS
ASSOCIATION. SHE SPOKE ABOUT WHAT YOU
SHOULD DO IF YOU ENCOUNTER SOMEONE WITH A DISABILITY,
SUCH AS IF SOMEONE AROUND YOU IS BLIND, TALK TO
THEM, LET THEM KNOW YOU’RE THERE, AND JUST
BE FRIENDLY. SHE ALSO TALKED ABOUT HER
QUALITY OF LIFE AND THAT SHE IS STILL A VERY
VALUABLE MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY, AND SHE WOULD
LIKE MORE PEOPLE TO RECOGNIZE, YOU KNOW,
JUST BECAUSE SHE IS IN A LIMITED PLACE, DOESN’T MEAN SHE
IS IN LIMITED POTENTIAL. SO WITH THAT, WE ALSO HAD
TWO STUDENTS THIS YEAR WHO GOT RECOGNIZED AS
ALL-ARIZONA SCHOLARS. WE HAVE CRYSTAL ROBERTA
AND JAMIE PERADO. JAMIE PERADO WAS ACTUALLY
HONORED AS THE TOP 50 STUDENTS TO RECEIVE THAT
DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARSHIP. THANK YOU. I’LL NOW LEAVE THE
REST TO DOCTOR — I’M SORRY. JOHN BASTIAN.
THANK YOU. THANK YOU, AVEA. SO IN CLOSING, I JUST WANT TO
BRING UP A COUPLE MORE POINTS. AS YOU CAN SEE BY THIS
SLIDE, THERE ARE MANY OPPORTUNITIES AT RIO
SALADO FOR ENGAGEMENT. WE PROVIDE A STRONG
EDUCATION IN TERMS OF CLASSES, BUT THERE
ARE ALSO IS A STRONG OPPORTUNITIES FOR
EDUCATION OUTSIDE THE CLASSES ALSO. DENTAL HYGIENE
HAS OPPORTUNITIES. THE STUDENT TEACHER
EDUCATION HAS THE STUDENT GROUP. AS YOU CAN SEE THERE ARE
SOME OTHERS THAT YOU MAY BE FAMILIAR WITH THERE. ONE MORE THING I WANT
TO HIGHLIGHT IS THE BE A LEADER FOUNDATION THAT
SOME OF YOU MAY BE FAMILIAR WITH. THEY PROVIDE — WE HAVE
A PARTNERSHIP WITH THEM WHERE TWO STUDENTS
ANNUALLY ARE INVOLVED WITH MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS
WORKING WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS TO PROMOTE THE
COLLEGE-GOING PROCESS. AND THE FINAL THING ON
THE BOTTOM THERE I WANT TO HIGHLIGHT IS THAT WE ARE
CREATING A NEW ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AT RIO, AND WE
ARE INVOLVING SOME OF OUR ALUMS JUST IN TERMS OF
ENGAGEMENT FOR OUR CURRENT STUDENTS, BUT ALSO FOR
THE COLLEGE AS A WHOLE. AS YOU CAN SEE FOR THE
UPCOMING HERE YEAR WE HAVE A FEW IDEAS IN
FRONT OF US. WE WANT TO INCREASE
PARTICIPATION, ENGAGEMENT IN SOME OF OUR PROGRAMS
AND SOME OF OUR OPPORTUNITIES AT RIO. AND WE ALSO WANT TO USE
THESE ALUMNI WHO ARE COMING TO US OR WHO’VE
BEEN A PART OF US TO CONTINUE TO SUPPORT
OUR CURRENT STUDENTS. PLEASE FEEL FREE IF YOU HAVE
QUESTIONS FOR MYSELF OR THE STUDENTS AT THE END TO
GO AHEAD AND LET US KNOW. AND IN CLOSING I JUST
WANT TO DO TWO THINGS. ONE, I WANT TO APPLAUD
AND CONGRATULATE AVEA. AVEA TOOK A BIG
STEP THIS YEAR. SHE’S BEEN A PART-TIME
STUDENT AT RIO FOR A FEW YEARS NOW AND SHE RAN FOR
INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT FOR PHI THETA KAPPA,
WHICH I THINK WAS SOMEWHAT NERVE-RACKING
AND CHALLENGING. SHE DID NOT END UP WINNING, BUT
SHE DID A GREAT JOB IN THE CANDIDATE CAUCUSES
AND ALSO JUST REPRESENTING HERSELF AND RIO SALADO AT
THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. SO CONGRATULATIONS, AVEA. (APPLAUSE) AND THE LAST
THING I WANT TO STATE IS: THANK YOU TO YOU,
THE BOARD, AND TO OUR CHANCELLOR AND
PARTICULARLY TO YOU, DR. BUSTAMANTE, FOR YOUR
SUPPORT SO WE CAN HAVE THESE OPPORTUNITIES WHERE
STUDENTS CAN BE ENGAGED WITH OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE
THE CLASSES, BUT STILL GET A QUALITY EDUCATION. THANK YOU. (APPLAUSE) FEEL FREE, IF
YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR ANY OF US. ANY QUESTIONS OR
COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD? THANK YOU. CHANCELLOR’S REPORT.
I SHOW NO REPORT. MR. HENDRIX, THAT’S RIGHT. NO REPORT TONIGHT, BUT IF
I COULD TAKE ONE MINUTE TO INTRODUCE ONE OF OUR
NEW COLLEGE PRESIDENTS, INCOMING COLLEGE
PRESIDENT. WE HAVE DR. LARRY JOHNSON,
IN THE AUDIENCE, INCOMING PRESIDENT AT
PHOENIX COLLEGE. SO WE WELCOME
YOU TO MARICOPA. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE. (APPLAUSE) THANK
YOU, MR. HENDRIX. THANK YOU. OKAY. WE HAVE TWO SPEAKERS
SIGNED FOR CITIZEN’S INTERIM, BUT THEY ARE BOTH
SPEAKING ON AN ITEM THAT IS GOING TO BE ADDRESSED
AFTER THE CONSENT AGENDA. SO I’M GOING TO PROCEED
WITH THE CONSENT AGENDA AND THEN COME BACK
TO CITIZEN’S INTERIM. ALL ITEMS WITH AN ASTERISK
ARE CONSENT MATTERS UNLESS THEY ARE REMOVED FROM THE
CONSENT AGENDA. AT THIS TIME, ANY ITEM MAY BE REMOVED
FROM THE AGENDA BY THE CHANCELLOR AS A MATTER OF
ADMINISTRATIVE PREROGATIVE OR BY THE GOVERNING BOARD
UPON MOTION DULY MADE, SECONDED, AND APPROVED. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS WILL
BE APPROVED BY ONE MOTION AND THERE WILL NO SPECIFIC
DISCUSSION OF THESE ITEMS. ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT
AGENDA WILL BE APPROVED DURING THE CONSIDERATION
OF THE NON-CONSENT AGENDA. I BELIEVE THAT WE WANT TO
REMOVE ITEM 9.4 FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA;
IS THAT CORRECT? MR. HENDRIX, THANK YOU. TWO ITEMS, ACTUALLY. WE WOULD LIKE TO REMOVE
AND TABLE FOR THE NEXT MEETING ITEM 9.3. THE ITEM AS PRESENTED
TONIGHT DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL THE INFORMATION
THAT IS PERTINENT. SO WE WILL BRING THAT BACK
IN JUNE WITH A COMPLETE ITEM. AND WE ALSO WOULD LIKE TO
MOVE 9.4 FROM NON-CONSENT — FROM CONSENT —
I APOLOGIZE — TO NON-CONSENT. OKAY. WE WILL MOVE ITEM 9.4 TO
NON-CONSENT AND ITEM 9.3 WILL BE TABLED UNTIL
THE NEXT MEETING. IF I CAN GET A MOTION AND
A SECOND FOR THE CONSENT AGENDA. I MOVE THAT WE ACCEPT
THE CONSENT AGENDA. SECOND. ALL IN FAVOR, PLEASE
SIGNIFY BY SAYING, AYE. (SIMULTANEOUS AYES) THOSE OPPOSED
BY SAYING, NAY. CONSENT AGENDA PASSES
BY A VOTE OF 7-0. NOW WE TURN TO ITEM 9.4,
APPROVE CONSIDERATION OF LETTER OF INTENT
FOR GROUND LEASE. BEFORE WE HAVE A MOTION ON
THIS, I WILL RETURN TO THE CITIZEN’S INTERIM. THE CITIZEN’S INTERIM IS
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO ADDRESS
THE GOVERNING BOARD. IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE
OPEN MEETING LAW, THE GOVERNING BOARD WILL
NEITHER DISCUSS NOR TAKE ACTION ON ISSUES RAISED DURING THIS
PORTION OF THE AGENDA. ACTUALLY, AS I AM READING
THIS, WE ARE GOING TO TAKE ACTION ON THIS TONIGHT. THIS IS A GENERAL BOILER
PLATE VERBIAGE. SO WHEN NECESSARY,
ISSUES WILL BE TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT AND PLACED ON A
SUBSEQUENT AGENDA. PRESENTING CONCERNS
TO THE BOARD AND THE FREE EXPRESSION OF IDEAS SHOULD
BE COMMUNICATED WITH DECORUM AND RESPECT. WE CALL ON MR. TODD NOEL. PRESIDENT HENDRIX,
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, CHANCELLOR HARPER-MARINICK. TODD NOEL, EXECUTIVE VICE
PRESIDENT WITH COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL. I REPRESENT GREAT
HEARTS ACADEMIES. I AM HERE TO ANSWER OR
ADDRESS ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE AS IT RELATES TO I
THINK IT’S 9.4, THE GROUND LEASE ON SOUTH
MOUNTAIN CAMPUS. THANK YOU. ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? IT’S ACTUALLY CITIZEN’S
INTERIM FOR COMMENTS BY CITIZENS, BUT OUR NEXT
MOTION IS GOING TO BE A DISCUSSION OF — IT’S REALLY NOT A CITIZEN’S
INTERIM. IT’S MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY
ADDRESSING ACTION. SO THERE WILL BE NO
QUESTION AND ANSWER? OKAY DO WE HAVE
QUESTIONS FROM THE BOARD? I DON’T THINK WE
HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. I AM HERE,
SHOULD ANY ARISE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. AND AS A SECOND SPEAKER
SIGNED IN, RICARDO VALENCIA. I AM HERE FOR
THE SAME REASON. OKAY. GOOD ENOUGH. THEN WE WILL MOVE FORWARD. MS. MCGRATH, YOU WERE
GOING TO MAKE A MOTION ON ITEM 9.4. MR. PRESIDENT, I MOVE
THAT THE BOARD ACCEPT THE LETTER OF INTENT FOR THE
GROUND LEASE OF PROPERTY NEAR THE NORTH CAMPUS
COMPLEX OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE. I SECOND. THANK YOU, MR. BARTNING. BEFORE WE VOTE, I WANT
TO REMIND MEMBERS SO THAT WE’RE CLEAR, A “YES” VOTE
WILL HAVE THE EFFECT OF ACCEPTING THE LETTER OF INTENT
REGARDING THE GROUND LEASE. A “NO” VOTE WILL HAVE THE
EFFECT OF REJECTING THE LETTER OF INTENT FOR
THE GROUND LEASE. ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS
OR COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD BEFORE WE VOTE? SEEING NONE, WE WILL
PROCEED TO VOTE. GIVEN THAT THIS IS A
GROUND LEASE, LET’S DO A ROLL CALL VOTE. MR. BARTNING,
HOW DO YOU VOTE? NAY. MS. MCGRATH, HOW DO
YOU VOTE? NAY. MS. HAVER?
NAY. DR. THOR?
NAY. MS. LIVINGSTON?
NAY. MR. SAAR?
NAY. AND HENDRIX VOTES, NO. BY A VOTE OF 7-0
THE MOTION FAILS. INFORMATION FIRST
READINGS, ITEM NUMBER 11, ADOPT THE PROCESS
FOR DEVELOPMENT FOR MODIFICATION OF FACULTY
ACADEMIC POLICIES. CHANCELLOR
HARPER-MARINICK. THANK YOU, MR. HENDRIX,
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. AS A REMINDER, AS THE ITEM
INDICATES, WHEN THE BOARD ADOPTED A RESOLUTION IN
FEBRUARY OF 2018, THERE WAS A REQUEST MADE OF THE
CHANCELLOR TO COME BACK WITH A PROCESS FOR
THE DEVELOPMENT OR MODIFICATION OF FACULTY,
ACADEMIC POLICIES THAT IS INCLUSIVE AND ADDRESSES
SPECIFIC ITEMS THAT YOU HAD LISTED IN
THAT RESOLUTION. SO TONIGHT WE BRING AS
A FIRST READING, NOT OBVIOUSLY FOR YOUR
APPROVAL TONIGHT. WE WILL COME BACK IN
JUNE WITH THAT REQUEST. WE BRING A PROCESS THAT
HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY A TASK FORCE THAT WAS
INCLUSIVE OF FACULTY REPRESENTING ALL
OF THE COLLEGES. TWO COLLEGE PRESIDENTS,
TWO VICE PRESIDENTS, REPRESENTATION OF THE
PROVOST, THANK YOU, REPRESENTATION FROM HUMAN
RESOURCES, THE LEGAL OFFICE, AND WE BELIEVE
IS A PROCESS THAT IS RESPONSIVE TO WHAT
WAS SPECIFIED IN THAT RESOLUTION BY THE
GOVERNING BOARD. SO I WILL ASK PROVOST
DR. KARLA FISHER TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE
FLOW OF THE PROCESS. WE HAVE PRESENTED THE
DIAGRAM TO YOU BEFORE, BUT WE THINK IT WOULD BE
HELPFUL IF SHE WERE TO GUIDE ALL OF US THROUGH
THE WAY THIS WOULD WORK. AND IF YOU HAVE ANY
QUESTIONS, WE WELCOME THAT. BUT AGAIN, THIS IS JUST A
FIRST READING AND APPROVAL WOULD NOT BE
REQUESTED UNTIL JUNE. THANK YOU. DR. FISHER. PRESIDENT HENDRIX, MEMBERS
OF THE BOARD, CHANCELLOR HARPER-MARINICK, MEMBERS
OF THE CEC, COLLEAGUES, AND GUESTS, I’M HERE
TO WALK YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS THAT WE
PUT TOGETHER. THIS PROPOSED PROCESS
STARTS WITH ANYONE IN THE INSTITUTIONS THAT WANTS
TO, TO BRING FORWARD A NEW POLICY OR REVISION TO A
FACULTY POLICY THROUGH A SENIOR COUNCIL
OR THE SENATE. SO YOU CAN SEE THAT HERE. IF THE SENIOR COUNCIL
DECIDES TO RECOMMENDED POLICY CHANGE, IT WOULD
GO TO THE FACULTY POLICY RECOMMENDATION TEAM. IT’S A TEAM THAT HAS AN
EQUAL NUMBER OF FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATORS ON IT. IT’S INCLUSIVE OF THE
DIVERSE ROLES: THE ACADEMIC, OCCUPATIONAL,
SERVICE, AND SO FORTH WITHIN OUR INSTITUTION
AND HAS A LIAISON WITH THE LEGAL AND HR RIGHT
THERE ON THE TEAM. SO THAT TEAM WILL DISCUSS
AND HAS A COUPLE OF OPTIONS. THEY MAY EITHER WORK WITH
THE SENIOR COUNCILS AND THE SENATE TO COME TO AN
AGREEMENT ON THE LANGUAGE. AND THAT’S WHAT
YOU SEE HERE. MORE OF A VETTING PROCESS.
IT’S NOT A VOTING PROCESS. IT’S A PLACE FOR ALL OF US
TO COME TOGETHER AND GIVE SORT OF A PRE-MORTEM,
WHAT WORKS WITH THIS, WHAT DOESN’T WORK WITH THIS,
AND LET’S THINK ABOUT IT. AND IF ANY OF THOSE
COUNCILS WANT TO LOOP IT OUT FOR BROADER
COMMENT WITHIN THEIR CONSTITUENCIES, THEY
ARE WELCOME TO DO THAT. THEY WOULD THEN BRING
THAT BACK TO THE POLICY RECOMMENDATION TEAM. AND IT WOULD FORWARD. ANOTHER OPTION FOR THE
POLICY RECOMMENDATION TEAM THOUGH IS TO SEND A
PROPOSAL BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION OR A CLEARER
RATIONAL FOR PROPOSED POLICY CHANGE OR THEY
CAN SIMPLY FORWARD THE PROPOSED POLICY TO
THE CHANCELLOR WITH A RECOMMENDATION, ALWAYS
WITH A RECOMMENDATION FOR OR AGAINST, SO NOTHING
GETS TIED UP WITHIN THAT TEAM. IT ALWAYS GOES TO THE
CHANCELLOR FOR HER TO TAKE FORWARD, PERHAPS
TO THE BOARD. IF SHE DECIDES THAT SHE
NEEDS MORE INFORMATION OR CHOOSES NOT TO MOVE IT
FORWARD TO THE BOARD, IT WOULD GO BACK TO THE TEAM. OTHERWISE, SHE CAN MOVE IT
FORWARD TO THE BOARD FOR THE GOVERNING BOARD TO
APPROVE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OR TO SEND BACK. THE IDEA IN THIS POLICY
OR IN THIS PROCESS WAS TO KEEP IT RELATIVELY SIMPLE,
MAKE IT VERY INCLUSIVE AND MAKE SURE THAT EVERYTHING
GETS MOVED FORWARD SO NOTHING GETS STUCK WITHIN
ANY ONE GIVEN TEAM. AND IT PRESERVES, OF
COURSE, THE FINAL APPROVAL AUTHORITY OF THE BROAD, AS
NOTED IN THE RESOLUTION. I THINK THAT
WALKS US THROUGH. I WOULD STAND FOR
ANY QUESTIONS. ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? SORRY, MR. HENDRIX. LET ME SAY JUST — I MAY
HAVE SAID THIS THIS, BUT I CAN’T REMEMBER
NOW WHAT I SAID. I WANT TO MAKE CLEAR THAT
WE UNDERSTAND THIS IS FOR PRIMARILY ACADEMIC
POLICIES FOR FACULTY MEMBERS AND THAT IT WOULD
NOT INCLUDE ANY DIALOGUE AT THIS POINT ON THE
ITEMS THAT THE BOARD HAD SPECIFICALLY ASKED THAT
NOT BE INCLUDED AND THAT IS COMPENSATION BENEFITS,
ACCOUNTABILITY, AND ORGANIZATIONAL OPERATIONS. ANYTHING ELSE THAT IS NOT
INCLUDED IN THOSE FOUR, WOULD BE GOING
THROUGH THIS PROCESS. DR. THOR. I THINK ACTUALLY MY
QUESTION IS FOR THE CHANCELLOR. IN THE RESOLUTION THAT
THE MAJORITY OF THE BOARD ADOPTED IN FEBRUARY, YOU
WERE GIVEN SOME FAIRLY BROAD AUTHORITY TO ROLL
FORWARD POLICIES THAT ARE CURRENTLY INCLUDED IN THE
RESIDENTIAL FACULTY POLICY — POLICY MANUAL. IS IT YOUR INTENTION THAT
THIS PROCESS WOULD BE USED FOR THOSE POLICIES THAT
WILL ROLL FORWARD OR WILL YOU APPROACH
THAT DIFFERENTLY? THANK YOU. DR. THOR, MR. HENDRIX,
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, OUR INTENTION IS TO FIRST
HAVE A NEW PROCESS, AS REQUESTED BY THE BOARD. IN THE RESOLUTION, IT WAS
INDICATED THAT HAD WE NEEDED A NEW PROCESS
BY JULY 1ST, 2018. SO THAT’S WHAT WE’RE
HOPING FOR APPROVAL IN JUNE. ONCE WE HAVE THE PROCESS
IN PLACE, WE WILL USE THIS PROCESS TO LOOK AT ALL OF
THE POLICIES IN WHAT WE CALL THE RESIDENTIAL
FACULTY POLICY MANUAL AND COME BACK WITH THE PROPER
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE BOARD. YES. OUR INTENTION RIGHT NOW
IS TO USE THIS PROCESS MOVING FORWARD. MR. SAAR. THE THING I DON’T SEE UP
THERE IS A START DATE AND A FINISH DATE, WHICH IS
ALWAYS KIND OF NICE TO HAVE. BUT I UNDERSTAND IT’S
AN ONGOING PROCESS. BUT I WOULD HATE TO SEE
THIS PROCESS LOOP AND LOOP AND LOOP AND WE
DON’T GET TO AN END. SO I’M NOT GOING TO FORCE
YOU TO GIVE ME SOME DATES, BUT I JUST WANT TO MAKE
SURE THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THIS NEEDS TO HAPPEN AT
SOME REASONABLE TIMEFRAME. UNDERSTOOD, MR. SAAR. I AM AS IMPATIENT
AS YOU ARE. FOR THE FIRST ROUND OF
REVISIONS, WE DO HAVE A TIMELINE, BECAUSE WE
ARE REQUIRED TO BRING A PROPOSED MANUAL TO THE
BOARD BEFORE THE END OF OCTOBER, WHICH MEANS
THAT IF WE FOLLOW OUR TYPICAL POLICY PROCESS,
THAT WOULD BE FIRST READ IN SEPTEMBER AND SOME SORT
OF ADOPTION OR NOT OR IT COULD BE A TIMELINE
LONGER THAN THAT. SO WE DO HAVE THAT
FOR THE FIRST ROUND. MOVING FORWARD, I AGREE
WITH YOU THAT WE NEED CLARITY ON THE TIMELINES
AND HOW THE PROCESS WOULD WORK. ALSO, WE DO NOT ENVISION
THAT WE’RE GOING TO GO THROUGH THIS PROCESS EVERY
SINGLE TIME, EVERY YEAR BECAUSE THERE MAY BE YEARS
WHEN THERE IS NO NEED TO HAVE NEW POLICIES OR
CHANGE EXISTING POLICIES. SO THE DETAILS — WE NEED
TO GET THROUGH THE FIRST ROUND, BUT I AGREE WITH
YOU THAT WE NEED TO BE VERY CLEAR ABOUT THE
EXPECTATIONS AND TIMELINE. AND I BELIEVE EVERYBODY
ELSE WOULD AGREE WITH THAT. ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS
OR COMMENTS? OKAY. WE WILL MOVE ON TO ITEM
12: HUMAN RESOURCES, REVIEW OF EMPLOYMENTS. ARE THERE QUESTIONS
OR COMMENTS? MS. MCGRATH, YOU’RE NOT
GOING TO COMMENT ON THIS? I WILL BE QUIET FOR A CHANGE. OKAY. YOU FINALLY
GOT ME TRAINED, NOW I DON’T
KNOW WHAT TO DO. MONITORING REPORT,
BUSINESS SERVICES, REVIEW BUDGET ANALYSIS REPORT. ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? FACULTY REPORTS,
JOHN SCHAMPEL. GOOD EVENING, PRESIDENT
HENDRIX, MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNING BOARD,
CHANCELLOR, CEC, FELLOW FACULTY, STAFF,
ADMINISTRATORS, AND GUESTS. MY NAME IS JOHN SCHAMPEL. I INSTRUCT STUDENTS IN
BOTH MAJORS AND NON-MAJORS BIOLOGY AT PHOENIX
COLLEGE, THE FLAGSHIP. AND I JUST COMPLETED MY
15TH YEAR OF INSTRUCTION AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
WITHIN THE MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES. I WAS ELECTED FACULTY
SENATE PRESIDENT OF PHOENIX COLLEGE, WHERE I
SERVED IN THAT ROLE FOR TWO YEARS. I’VE NOW BEEN ELECTED THE
PRESIDENT OF THE FACULTY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, FEC. AND I AM DELIGHTED TO
STILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAND BEFORE
YOU THIS EVENING. EVERYTHING THAT HAS
BROUGHT ME TO THIS POINT, THAT OF ASSUMING THE ROLE
OF FEC PRESIDENT, HAS BEEN ROOTED IN MY EMERGING
UNDERSTANDINGS OF SHARED GOVERNANCE AND ITS
IMPORTANCE IN ALL INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER LEARNING. SHARED GOVERNANCE AT
ITS CORE IS A PRINCIPLE, WHEREBY INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER EDUCATION ENSURE THAT THE CORE MISSION,
TEACHING AND LEARNING, IS AT THE FOREFRONT
OF EVERY DECISION. THIS BOARD’S ACTIONS
FEBRUARY 27TH BROUGHT TO LIGHT THE KEY QUESTION:
WHY IS INSTITUTIONAL SHARED GOVERNANCE
OF INHERENT VALUE TO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE STUDENTS? EVIDENCE FROM THE
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH LITERATURE AND THE
DISTRICTS OWN RESEARCH SHOWS STUDENTS NEED
TO BE ENGAGED WITH THE INSTITUTION IN ORDER TO
SUCCEED AND THAT STUDENTS BECOME MORE ENGAGED WHEN
THEY TRULY CONNECT TO INDIVIDUALS AT THOSE
INSTITUTIONS, FULL FULL-TIME STAFF, AND AT
THE CENTER, FULL-TIME FACULTY. THE FACULTY UNDOUBTEDLY
INTERACT THE MOST WITH OUR STUDENTS AND ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING AND TEACHING — THE TEACHING AND
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. WHEN FACULTY ARE ABLE TO
GENUINELY CONTRIBUTE TO THE EDUCATIONAL MISSION OF
OUR INSTITUTION AND HOW IT IS IMPLEMENTED, THEN
TEACHING AND LEARNING AND OUR STUDENTS REMAIN AT THE
FOREFRONT OF THAT MISSION. SHARED GOVERNANCE IS
ENGAGEMENT, ENGAGEMENT IN DECISION MAKING, RESOURCES
ALLOCATION, PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND
DELIVERY AND MORE. HIGHLY-ENGAGED FACULTY
ARE ESSENTIAL FOR HIGHLY-ENGAGED AND
THEREFORE SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. WITHOUT SHARED GOVERNANCE,
INSTITUTIONAL DECISIONS CAN AND DO RESULT THAT
ADVERSELY IMPACT TEACHING AND LEARNING. FOR THE SAME REASONS WE
WOULD EXPECT DOCTORS TO BE AT THE DECISION-MAKING
TABLE OF HOSPITALS, COLLABORATING AS EQUALS
WITH ADMINISTERS ON FUNDING ALLOCATIONS AND ON
IMPROVING ORGANIZATIONAL OPERATION AND
EFFECTIVENESS, SO TOO ARE FACULTY NECESSARY,
ESSENTIAL, TO THE DECISION MAKING OF INSTITUTIONS
OF HIGHER EDUCATION. THOSE WITH THE EXPERTISE
OF AN INSTITUTION’S CORE MISSION NEED TO BE AT THE
DECISION-MAKING TABLE. NOT ONLY ARE WE AS FACULTY
ALL ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS IN THE CLASSROOM, BUT WE
ARE ALSO ABOUT GETTING STUDENTS TO THE CLASSROOM. AS THE FACULTY FOUNDATION,
WE HELP DOZENS OF STUDENTS WITH TENS OF THOUSANDS
OF DOLLARS EVERY YEAR. AND GIVEN THE RECENT
DACA RULING, THE FACULTY FOUNDATION IN NOW PURSING
AN EXTERNAL FUNDING TO PAY OUT-OF-STATE TUITION FOR
CURRENT DACA STUDENTS IN THE DISTRICT STARTING THIS
SUMMER TO KEEP THEM IN SCHOOL. WE ARE ALSO PURSUING
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS TO INCREASE THE FUNDING AVAILABLE
FOR THIS GRANT PROGRAM. FACULTY ADVISE, BOTH
FORMALLY AND INFORMALLY. FACULTY WRITE EXTERNAL
GRANTS TO FUND STUDENTS IN RESEARCH INSIDE AND
OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM AND TO PROVIDE INTERNSHIPS
TO HELP STUDENTS GAIN REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNING BOARDS OF
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, YOUR VERY OWN PEERS, JUST
FIVE MONTHS AGO IN OCTOBER OF 2017, RELEASED A
STATEMENT REMINDING ALL COLLEGE GOVERNING BOARD
MEMBERS OF THE IMPORTANCE OF SHARED GOVERNANCE. I’D LIKE TO READ SOME
KEY QUOTES FROM THIS STATEMENT: QUOTE, IN
HIGHER EDUCATION VOLATILE ENVIRONMENT, SHARED GOVERNANCE
IS ESSENTIAL, UNQUOTE. QUOTE, EFFECTIVE SHARED
GOVERNANCE PROVIDES THE CONTEXT FOR MEANINGFUL
ENGAGEMENT AND DECISION MAKING IN VIRTUALLY EVERY
PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY, UNQUOTE. QUOTE, AT ITS BEST, SHARED
GOVERNANCE IS ABOUT HOW KEY CONSTITUENTS IN
INSTITUTIONAL COMMUNITIES, TRADITIONALLY FACULTY,
ADMINISTRATORS, AND BOARD MEMBERS, ENGAGE
IN ACHIEVING A COMMONLY-SUPPORTED
MISSION. FOR EXAMPLE, THESE GROUPS
CUSTOMARILY PARTICIPATE IN STRATEGIC PLANNING,
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGETING, AND DISCUSSION OF CRITICAL
ISSUES, SUCH AS CAMPUS CLIMATE AND STUDENT
LEARNING OF OUTCOMES, UNQUOTE. QUOTE, IN TODAY’S
CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT, SHARED GOVERNANCE
NEEDS TO WORK NOT AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT, BUT RATHER
AS A FUNDAMENTAL DRIVER OF INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
AND SUCCESS, UNQUOTE. IN LIGHT OF THESE COMMENTS
FROM FELLOW GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS, I ENCOURAGE
EACH OF US AT MARICOPA TO REFLECT ON WHERE WE ARE,
WHERE WE WANT TO BE, AND TO CONSIDER IF THE PATH WE
NOW FIND OURSELVES ON IS REALLY IN THE BEST
INTEREST OF OUR STUDENTS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. (APPLAUSE) THANK YOU. ADJUNCT FACULTY,
NO REPORT. NO REPORT. WE’LL MOVE TO GOVERNING
BOARD REPORTS. MR. BARTNING. THANK YOU,
PRESIDENT HENDRIX. I WOULD JUST LIKE TO
REPORT THAT THIS WAS A VERY ENJOYABLE MONTH
OF GETTING TO SEE THE CULMINATION OF THE
COMMUNITY COLLEGES AT THE CONVOCATIONS AND
THE COMMENCEMENTS. SO THANK YOU TO EACH OF
THE COLLEGES THAT HAD ME AT THEIR CEREMONIES AND, YOU
KNOW, TO THE CONVOCATIONS. TO GET TO HEAR THE STUDENT
SPEAKERS AND MEET FACULTY AND JUST SEE WHAT THIS
INSTITUTION IS ALL ABOUT, IT WAS REALLY AN ENJOYABLE
PART FOR ME ON MY TIME ON THE BOARD. SO THANK YOU. THANK YOU. MS. MCGRATH. I’D LIKE TO COMPLIMENT ALL
OF THE ADMINISTRATORS AND THE FACULTY AT OUR VARIOUS
SCHOOLS WHO DID ALL THE WORK ON THE CONVOCATIONS. IT’S AN AMAZINGLY HARD
JOB, TIME CONSUMING AND EVERY GRADUATION CAME OFF
BEAUTIFULLY THIS YEAR. THANK YOU SO MUCH
FOR ALL YOUR WORK. MS. HAVER. IT WASN’T ABLE TO ATTEND
AS MUCH THIS YEAR AS LAST YEAR, BECAUSE I HAVE A HIP
PROBLEM THAT WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF NEXT MONTH. YOU’LL SEE ME DOING THE
JIG AT THE NEXT MEETING. ANYWAY, BUT I REALLY DID HAVE
SOME VERY SPECIAL EXPERIENCES. I ATTENDED AND EVEN SPOKE AT THE
AFRICAN-AMERICAN CONVOCATION. AND I WAS SORT OF IN A
DOWN MOOD AND THAT WHOLE EXPERIENCE JUST
BROUGHT ME RIGHT UP. THE MUSIC, THOSE RHYTHMS OF
AFRICA ARE SO INCREDIBLE. I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A GREAT LOVER
OF JAZZ SINCE I WAS A CHILD. AND I JUST THOUGHT TO
MYSELF, THIS IS WHERE IT ALL BEGAN WITH THESE
WONDERFUL RHYTHMS. AND THERE WERE DANCERS,
AND THERE WERE SINGERS IN, I THINK, PROBABLY SWAHILI. IT WAS FANTASTIC. AND WE HAD A SPEAKER
WHO HAS BECOME QUITE SUCCESSFUL. SHE HAS A DEGREE IN
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. AND SHE SPENT SIX YEARS
IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGES. AND I THOUGHT THAT WAS
A GOOD MESSAGE TO THE STUDENTS THAT SOMETIMES IT
TAKES A LONG TIME, BUT YOU CAN REACH THE TOP. AND SHE HAS. SHE HAS A VERY IMPORTANT
JOB WITH INTEL. SHE IS WORKING ON A PH.D. SO SHE WAS A WONDERFUL
EXAMPLE TO EVERYONE. AND I WENT TO THE ANNUAL
MANCINI SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM AT PARADISE VALLEY. AND THERE I SAW STUDENTS
THAT I WOULD HAVE EXPECTED TO BE GRADUATE STUDENTS. YOU JUST CAN’T IMAGINE
HOW WELL THEY WERE ABLE TO SPEAK AND EXPLAIN AREAS
THAT I REALLY DON’T UNDERSTAND VERY WELL. FOR INSTANCE, THERE WAS A
GIRL THAT TALKED ABOUT HOW THE RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM WORKS. AND SHE KIND OF WALTZ
AROUND AND SHE THREW OUT ALL THESE TERMS,
THESE MEDICAL TERMS. SHE HAD NO NOTES. I WAS JUST STUNNED. I THOUGHT, THIS
IS AMAZING. AND SO THAT WAS A
GREAT EXPERIENCE. AND THEN ALSO I WENT TO
THE RIO SALADO HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCE GRADUATION. AND THAT WAS
REALLY INCREDIBLE. AND I JUST HAD A
WONDERFUL TIME. EVEN THOUGH I WASN’T ABLE
TO ATTEND AS MUCH AS I COULD IN FORMER YEARS,
WHAT I DID SEE WAS FABULOUS. THANK YOU.
MR. SAAR. I WAS FORTUNATE THIS YEAR
BECAUSE OF THE SCHEDULING TO GO TO FIVE GRADUATIONS. IT’S THE BEST TIME OF THE
YEAR, WITHOUT QUESTION. ALSO I WANT TO MAKE A
SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE PHOENIX COLLEGE PREPARATORY
ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL THAT IS ONE OF OUR CHARTER
SCHOOLS FOR THEIR GRADUATION. THEY GRADUATE THE LARGEST
CLASS EVER IN THE HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL. SO CONGRATULATIONS TO
THAT STAFF WHO ARE REALLY WORKING HARD TO KEEP
THOSE STUDENTS NOT ONLY IN SCHOOL, BUT HALF OF THEM
GRADUATED WITH THEIR ASSOCIATE DEGREE BEFORE
THEY GOT THEIR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA IN AN ENVIRONMENT
THAT IS CHALLENGING. AND YET THE FACULTY AND
STAFF DO SUCH A GREAT JOB OF WORKING WITH
THOSE STUDENTS. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING
AND MOST EXCITING THING THIS MONTH WILL BE NEXT
TUESDAY MORNING WHEN I JOIN OUR MEMBERS OF OUR
FACILITIES TEAM TO HAVE AN IN-DEPTH DISCUSSION ABOUT
HOW AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES ARE GOING TO CHANGE THE
SCOPE OF OUR FACILITIES. SO I’LL BE BACK NEXT MONTH
TO TALK ABOUT ALL THE GREAT THINGS THAT OUR
FACILITIES TEAM IS WORKING ON. MEETING THE LEADERS OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR HOW TO DROP OFF AND PICK UP
STUDENTS AS OPPOSED TO HOW TO PARK THEIR CARS. WE WILL LOOK
FORWARD TO THAT. MS. LIVINGSTON. IT WOULDN’T BEEN A
MEETING WITHOUT AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES BEING MENTIONED. IT COULD BE
PICKABLE. NO COMMENT. THIS IS MY FINAL YEAR IN
THE GRADUATION PROCESS. AND I WILL HAVE TO SAY
WHEN I WALKED IN AT PVCC, I JUST ABOUT STARTED CRYING. IT DOESN’T TAKE MUCH TO
MAKE ME CRY, BUT I ALMOST DID. AND EVEN THESE FINAL
MONTHS ON THE BOARD WILL BE MUCH HARDER FOR ME. TO SEE A GRADUATION
IS JUST SO SPECIAL. AND TO SEE IT THROUGH
A FACULTY’S EYES IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. AND SO WHEN I SAT UP FRONT
AND FACULTY IS ACROSS THE WAY FROM YOU AND SITTING
BY FACULTY FACULTY AND HEARING THEIR EXCITEMENT,
TO ME IS FABULOUS AS A TEACHER. I’M ALWAYS SO INSPIRED
BY THE STUDENT STORIES. THAT WHAT MAKES GRADUATION. AND THIS YEAR THE GREATEST
PART WAS ONE OF THE STUDENTS IS THE ALUMNI
CHEERLEADER, SO TO SPEAK, ASKING FOR DONATIONS
IMMEDIATELY. AND I LOVE THAT,
PARTICULARLY. AND HE WAS MY
FORMER STUDENT. AND TO HAVE SOMEBODY COME
UP AND SAY, “HEY MS. L, I HAD YOU AS — YOU WERE MY
8TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER.” AND IT PRETTY
ROLLED THAT WAY BECAUSE HE IS A THEATER STUDENT. AND THAT WAS KIND OF HIS
ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES. I JUST COULDN’T
BELIEVE IT. IT ABSOLUTELY MADE MY
EVENING TO SEE A STUDENT GRADUATING OR ALREADY HAD
GRADUATED, WORKING, AND THEN PURSUING THE LOVE AND
PASSION THAT I HAVE IN THEATER. ALSO OUR PARTNERSHIPS WITH
AAEC, I DON’T HOW MANY — HOW MANY TWO-YEAR DEGREES
THAT WE GAVE EVEN BEFORE THESE YOUNGSTERS GRADUATED
FROM HIGH SCHOOL. IT WAS JUST A
FABULOUS NIGHT. AND I THANK YOU SO VERY
MUCH FOR ALWAYS INCLUDING ME IN YOUR CELEBRATIONS. THANK YOU. DR. THOR. WELL, I’M GOING TO SAY
SIMILAR THINGS TO WHAT THE OTHER BOARD MEMBERS HAVE
SHARED, THAT ALONG WITH MR. BARTNING AND MR. SAAR
I WAS ABLE TO ATTEND ALL OF THE CONVOCATIONS WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF ONE. AND I LOVE THE
CONVOCATIONS BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT ONLY AN
OPPORTUNITY TO CELEBRATE THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF
OUR STUDENTS, BUT TO ALSO CELEBRATE THE DIVERSITY
OF OUR STUDENT POPULATION. I WAS HONORED TO SPEAK AT
RIO SALADO’S COMMENCEMENT. IT WAS PARTICULARLY
SPECIAL FOR ME, BECAUSE THIS IS RIO SALADO’S
40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR. AND SPEAKING OF
DUAL-ENROLLMENT STUDENTS, RIO SALADO HAD 120
DUAL-ENROLLMENT STUDENTS RECEIVE THEIR ASSOCIATE
DEGREE BEFORE THEY HAVE RECEIVED THEIR HIGH
SCHOOL DIPLOMA. AND HAVING BEEN PRESIDENT
OF RIO SALADO WHEN DUAL ENROLLMENT WAS FIRST
STARTED IN THE THIS DISTRICT, THAT WAS
EXTREMELY GRATIFYING FOR ME. I ALSO HAD THE OPPORTUNITY
TO CELEBRATE OUR GED STUDENTS AT THE HIGH
SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY GRADUATION, WHICH IS
ALWAYS A VERY, VERY SPECIAL EVENT AND ATTENDED
A NUMBER OF OTHER AWARD CEREMONIES AS WELL. AS THIS IS THE END OF THE
ACADEMIC YEAR, I DO WANT TO WISH THE FACULTY AND
STAFF A VERY ENJOYABLE SUMMER. AND I HOPE THAT EVERYONE
IS ABLE TO GET SOME REST AND RELAXATION. AND IT IS MY HOPE THAT
WE WILL BEGIN THE NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR IN A BETTER
PLACE THAN WE END THIS ONE. THANK YOU, DR. THOR. I ATTENDED THE HSE
GRADUATION, WHICH IS PROBABLY MY FAVORITE
GRADUATION TO ATTEND. EVERYBODY IN THAT GRADUATION
HAS HAD SOME SORT OF CHALLENGE IN LIFE OR THEY
WOULDN’T BE THERE AND THEY HAVE OVERCOME SOME SORT OF
ADVERSITY AND MOVED FORWARD. I JUST REALLY ENJOY
SEEING THE GRADUATES. AND I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY
TO BE ON THE STAGE AND SHAKE HANDS WITH THEM, AND IT
WAS JUST A GREAT EXPERIENCE. ONE OTHER THING I WANT TO
COMMENT ON IS I WANT TO THANK OUR ADJUNCT FACULTY ASSOCIATION
PRESIDENT PATRICIA HAASE. I WAS HAVING DINNER
PROBABLY ABOUT A MONTH AGO, MAYBE SIX WEEKS AGO,
WITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE, SOME OF THEM I KNEW,
SOME OF THEM I DIDN’T. AND ONE OF THEM AT THE
TABLE STARTED TALKING ABOUT RELOCATING
TO ARIZONA. AND HE’S A HISTORY
PROFESSOR SOMEWHERE IN THE EAST. I FORGOT WHAT STATE HE WAS IN,
BUT SOMEWHERE IN THE EAST. HE WAS MOVING OUT HERE. AND HE WAS TALKING ABOUT
LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT, WHEN HE FINISHED
RELOCATING OUT HERE. AND HE — AS WE WERE
TALKING AT THE TABLE, HE REALIZED THAT I WAS
INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT. AND HE EXPRESSED HIS
CONCERN THAT HE DIDN’T KNOW IF HE EVEN WANTED
TO CONSIDER APPLYING AT MARICOPA FOR A POSITION
WITH THE FACULTY. AND I TALKED TO
HIM FOR A WHILE. AND HE HAS READ THINGS
IN THE NEWSPAPER. AND HE WAS — I HAVE NO
IDEA WHAT A FACULTY MEMBER LOOKS FOR WHEN THEY’RE
LOOKING FOR A JOB. BUT I LISTENED TO HIM
FOR A LITTLE BIT, AND APPARENTLY SOME PEOPLE
READ SOME OF THIS STUFF IN THE NEWSPAPER THAT OUR
FACULTY ASSOCIATION DOESN’T CARE FOR THE DISTRICT OR
THE BOARD OR WHATEVER ELSE. AND HE WAS CONCERNED. SO I REFERRED HIM TO
PATRICIA HAASE. THE NEXT TIME WE MEET, I
AM GOING TO ASK YOU HOW TO SAY YOUR LAST
NAME CORRECTLY. WE HAVE MET A NUMBER OF
TIMES, SO I AM GOING TO ASK YOU HOW TO SAY IT. SO I MAKE
SURE I GET IT RIGHT. BUT I REFERRED HIM TO HER. AND I SAID — FIRST,
I CHECKED WITH HER. AND SAID, CAN I GIVE HIM
YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION? AND SHE SAID, YES. I PUT IT — I
GAVE IT TO HIM. AND I FIGURED, OKAY, I AM DONE.
I’M OUT OF HERE. AND THEN I STARTED GETTING
THESE E-MAILS FROM THIS GUY. HE HAS PROBABLY E-MAILED
ME 7 TO 10 TIMES. AND EVERY TIME I GET THE
E-MAIL, I DON’T RECOGNIZE THE NAME BECAUSE I DON’T
REALLY KNOW THE GUY OTHER THAN THIS ACQUAINTANCE,
BUT NOW I KNOW HIM AND I REMEMBER HIS NAME BECAUSE
I KEEP SEEING IN ON MY E-MAIL. AND HE KEEPS TELLING ME
HOW HELPFUL SHE WAS AND THAT SHE GUIDED HIM AND
SHE DIRECTED HIM AND SHE STAYED IN TOUCH WITH HIM
AND SHE WAS SO POSITIVE ABOUT THE DISTRICT AND
THINGS ARE SO WONDERFUL AND SHE WAS SO UPBEAT. AND IT IS JUST REFRESHING. SHE IS OBVIOUSLY JUST
AN AMBASSADOR FOR OUR DISTRICT. AND I JUST THANK YOU FOR
— I DON’T KNOW IF YOU HELPED THIS GENTLEMEN
BECAUSE YOU AND I HAVE WORKED TOGETHER, YOU DID
IT FOR A FAVOR TO ME OR THIS IS JUST WHO YOU ARE. I SUSPECT
THIS IS JUST WHO YOU ARE. THE WAY HE DESCRIBED WHAT
YOU HAVE DONE FOR HIM, I DON’T EVEN HAVE THE
WORDS TO DESCRIBE IT. I AM SURE IF HE TAKES
EMPLOYMENT HERE, AND I GUESS NOW HE IS BEING
CONSIDERED FOR A FULL-TIME POSITION AT PHOENIX
COLLEGE, HE’S MUCH MORE ARTICULATE THAN I AM AS A
HISTORY PROFESSOR, AND HE SPEAKS MUCH
BETTER THAN I DO. I WOULDN’T BE AT ALL
SURPRISED IF WE SAW HIM SOMEWHERE DOWN THE ROAD AT
A BOARD MEETING TELLING US ABOUT THE GREAT EXPERIENCE
HE’S HAD AS HE’S GONE THROUGH THE PROCESS
HERE, IF HE GETS HIRED. MAYBE HE WILL. MAYBE HE WON’T.
I DON’T KNOW. I JUST WANT TO SHARE
THAT AND SAY THANK YOU. BEFORE WE ADJOURN, I WANT
TO REMIND EVERYONE THAT MR. HIBBS HAS A DOCUMENT
THAT HAS TO BE SIGNED AS PART OF THE TAXATION
HEARING WE HAD TONIGHT. SO DON’T HURRY OUT UNTIL
HE GETS YOU TO SIGN OR HE’LL BE CHASING —
POLICE ARE AT THE DOOR. (LAUGHING) YES, SO PLEASE SIGN
BEFORE YOU LEAVE. IF I CAN GET A MOTION AND
A SECOND TO ADJOURN, WE’LL WRAP UP THE MEETING. I MOVE FOR ADJOURNMENT. I SECOND IT. MEETING IS ADJOURNED.

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