RIO HONDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES

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RIO HONDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES  - page 1
RIO HONDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES Regular Meeting, September 14, 2005, 6:30 p.m. Rio Hondo College, 3600 Workman Mill Road Whittier, CA Members Present: Mr. André Quintero (Presiding), Ms. Maria Elena Martinez, Mr. Gary Mendez, Ms. Michelle Yanez, Mr. Leo Camalich, Ms. Denice Gunn (Student Trustee) None Dr. Rose Marie Joyce Dr. Voiza Arnold, Ms. Teresa Dreyfuss, Mr. Henry Gee, Dr. Andy Howard, Ms. Carolyn Russell (President, Academic Senate), Mr. Tom Huffman (President, RHCFA), Ms. Sandra Rivera, (President, CSEA) Ms. Amanda Gomez (President, ASB), Ms. Sandy Sandello (Recorder) Members Absent: Secretary to the Board: Staff Members: I. CALL TO ORDER A. Call to Order (6:30 p.m.) Mr. Quintero called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. B. Pledge of Allegiance Dr. Andy Howard led the pledge of allegiance. C. Roll Call Ms. Martinez arrived at 6:48 p.m. D. Open Communication for Public Comment No comments were made. E. Approval of Minutes – August 10, 2005; August 13, 2005 It was moved by Mr. Camalich, seconded by Mr. Mendez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees accept the Minutes of August 10, 2005 and August 24, 2005 as presented. 164.
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RIO HONDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES  - page 2
2 F. Commendation CSEA Pen of Excellence Award, Suzanne Frederickson David Aceves, Management Retiree Presentations Fine Arts Overview G. II. CONSENT AGENDA Item II.C.2.b. (per diem) was moved to Closed Session and Item II.C.3.f. was pulled for further study by the Administration. The Administration noted the addition of John Frala to Item II.B.2. Authorization for Out of State Travel and Conferences. Mr. Mendez moved Item II.A.1. Field Trips to the Action agenda. 165. It was moved by Mr. Mendez, seconded by Mr. Camalich and carried unanimously, to approve the Consent Agenda as amended. A. ACADEMIC SERVICES 1. Field Trips Moved to action agenda. B. FINANCE & BUSINESS 1. Finance & Business Reports a.) b.) 2. Purchase Order Reports Payroll Warrant Report Authorization for Out-of-State Travel and Conferences The Board approved the following Board and staff members to attend the following educational conferences: Monika Acosta and Maria Romero to attend the Computing Options Conference in Naples, Florida, September 25-28, 2005. Andy Howard to attend the Successful Major Gifts Campaigns Seminar in Providence, Rhode Island, October 5-7, 2005. John Frala to attend the Allison Training in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1-8, 2005.
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3 3. Grants a) Augmentation – Foster Kinship Care Education (FKCE) b.) Grant Extension UniHealth New Graduate Nurse Internship Program 4. Revenue Agreements a.) Project No. 02-637 – West Virginia University Research Corporation (WVURC) on behalf of West Virginia University Quemetco Inc. Use of Weapons Firing Range Renewal – Agreement with the Foundation for California Community College for State of California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) Smog Referee and Student Training Program b.) c.) d.) 5. 6. Acceptance of Donation: Firefighting Materials from Vought Aircraft Industries Phase 2 - Computer Replacement Project C. PERSONNEL 1. Academic a. Employment Part-Time, Fall, 2005 ARASASINGHAM, Premilla, Phys. Sci. BLANCH, Alfonso, Technology CERVANTES, Misty, Arts & Cultural FAGAN, Thomas. Social Science HARRIS, Kenneth, Technology JO, Peter, Biology LUKE, Thomas, Technology NAVARRO, Carmen, Comm. & Lang. OSMAN, Daniel, Comm. & Lang. SHAH, Ahmad, Business SOMERS, David, Comm. & Lang. SWENSEN, Michael, Technology AVAKYAN, Vage, Mathematics BOXX, Gayle, Biology DAILY, Dee, Technology FERRELL, James, Business HSU, Yen, Comm. & Languages LOHMANN, Kelly, Physical Ed. NGUYEN, Son, Social Science ORTIZ, Paul, Technology SAMUELSON, Rami, Social Science SHERWOOD, Dianna, Physical Ed. STROLL, Susan, Arts & Cultural ZARO, Mariano, Comm. & Lang.
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4 Hourly As Needed, Fall 2005-2006 ANDERSON, Jill, Counseling BANUELOS, Manuel, Counseling BUSH, Nunmin, Counseling DIAZ, Therese, Counseling GREGORY, Leslie, Counseling LAX, Cheryl, Counseling MARTINEZ, Mario, Counseling PRECIADO, Susana, Counseling SANCHEZ, Leticia, Counseling VEGA, Maria, Counseling ATILANO, Rosanne, Counseling BARRIOS, Mary, Counseling DAZA, Igor, Counseling ELLIOTT, Dana, Counseling HIGA, Traci, Counseling MANDINI, Melissa H., Counseling PEREAU, Barry, Counseling RODRIGUEZ, Sandra, Counseling SOBALVARRO, Dolores, Counseling 2. Management and Confidential a. Retirement ACEVES, David, has revised his letter of resignation for retirement purposes. His last day of employment was September 7, 2005 b. Employment, Categorically Funded If continued employment should not be available, appropriate 45-day notice shall be served prior to the end of funding REILLY, Colleen, Director, Child Development Center, effective October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006 This item was moved to Closed Session. Per Diem PARRA, Peter, Human Resources, effective September 7, 2005 through June 30, 2006 3. Classified a. Employment, 2005-2006 Regular Classified ENRIQUEZ, Jose, Instructional Assistant, Fabrication/Welding, 100%, Applied Technology, effective August 29, 2005 Substitutes CLARK, Thomas, Paraprofessional Tutor, EOP&S/C.A.R.E. effective August 31, 2005 GONZALES, Jesse, Grounds Maintenance Worker, Facilities Services, effective August 9, 2005
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5 MUNOZ-LOPEZ, Marta, Student Services Assistant, Cal WORKS, effective August 29, 2005 RODRIGUEZ, Alberto, Grounds Maintenance Worker, Facilities Services, effective August 9, 2005 Short term GOMEZ, Kathy, Testing Technician, Assessment Center, ending date June 30, 2006 HIGA, Byron, PA Training & Operations Specialist, Public Safety, ending date June 30, 2006 WOOD, Robert, PA Training & Operations Specialist, Public Safety, ending date June 30, 2006 Continued Employment, Regular Classified The following individuals will continue in the designated capacity with dedicated funding through September 30, 2006. If continued funding should not be available, appropriate 45-day notice shall be served prior to the end of funding. CARPIO, Elda, Clerk Typist I, Upward Bound DUNCAN, Janet, Senior Secretary, Foundation MUNOZ, Fabiola, Educational Advisor, Upward Bound ORTIZ, Fabiola, Social Science/Project TEACH b. Promotion GONZALEZ, Hayde, Account Clerk II, in Accounting to Account Clerk III, effective September 15, 2005 c. Increase in Assignment SHECKELLS, Arline, Clerk Typist III, Child Development Center from 75% to 100%, effective September 15, 2005 d. Retirement HINKLE, Beth, Sr. Systems Analyst, Information Technology Services, last day of employment is December 30, 2005. LOPEZ, Yolanda, Computer Operations Technician, Information Technology Services, last day of employment is December 30, 2005.
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6 e. Resignations ABAJIAN, Lauren, Children’s Center Aide, Child Development Center, last day of employment was August 26, 2005 MARTINEZ, Priscilla, Clerk Typist III, Evening College, last day of employment was August 31, 2005 RASERO, Jessica, Student Services Assistant, Cal WORKS, last day of employment was September 2, 2005 SHMAVONYAN, Anahit, Children’s Center Aide, Child Development Center, last day of employment was August 12, 2005 f . Elimination of Position This item was removed for further study. The following position was created with categorical funds that expire October 31, 2005 One full-time employee, Webmaster, California Virtual College g. Medical Leave CALDERON, Zulma, Instructional Assistant, Virtual College, has requested a Family Medical Leave, on an intermittent basis beginning October 4, 2005. 4. Unrepresented, CP 5155, 2005-2006 a. Employment CHOWEN, Leslie, Coaching Spec. HINES, Rose Anna, Guest Lecturer LOPEZ, Alfonso, Tutor II, LAC RODRIGUEZ, Carlos, Tutor II, MSC TALAVERA, Juan, Guest Lecturer DIAZ, Lorraine, Tutor II, MSC LINCKE, Chris. Guest Lecturer MOLINA-GUZMAN, Jose, Coach. Spec. ROY, Samuel, Coaching Spec. VILLANUEVA, Charles, Guest Lecturer Non-Credit GOMEZ, Jose J. PIERSEIN, Alison TERMINEL, Gigi MORALES, Lilia SOUTHWORTH, Warren TREVINO, Robert WANGLER, Richard Students ALARCON, Elizabeth, Admissions FU, Yi, Accounting IBANEZ, Michelle, Admissions SINGH, Babanpal, LAC WANG, Rui, Admissions BATSON, Marsha, Cal WORKS GARCIA, Elizabeth, Admissions NGUYEN, Ryan, Public Safety VILLANUEVA, Jennifer, Child Devp.
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7 Volunteer PEREZ, Carlos, Physical Education III. ACTION ITEMS A. ACADEMIC SERVICES 1. Field Trips This item was moved to from the Consent agenda. 166. It was moved by Mr. Mendez, seconded by Ms. Martinez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees direct the Administration to bring back options to off-set costs at the September 26, 2005 Special Board Meeting. A. FINANCE & BUSINESS 1. Public Hearing and Approval of the Proposed 2005-06 Adopted Budget Mr. Quintero declared the hearing open at 7:15 p.m. Public comments were not made and Mr. Quintero declared the public hearing closed at 7:16 p.m. 167. It was moved by Mr. Camalich, seconded by Mr. Mendez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve the adopted budget for 2005-2006. 2. Partnership Agreement – Kaiser Providing Qualified Clinical Instructor It was moved by Ms. Yanez, seconded by Ms. Gunn and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees authorize the Administration to negotiate an agreement with Kaiser to increase enrollment. 3. Consultant Services It was moved by Ms. Yanez, seconded by Mr. Camalich and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve the Consultant Services as outlined. 168. 169.
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8 a) Education4Work (Susan Coleman) – To coordinate Regional Consortium activities for Los Angeles/Orange counties and coordinate statewide Workforce Leaders Institute for community college leaders from Vocational Education/Economic Development programs. Dates of service will be September 2005 through June 2006. Payment is from Regional Consortium grant funds and shall not exceed $40,000. Linda Hawes – To serve as a Resource/Foster Parent and to present eleven 3-hour PS-MAPP classes to Foster Parents for state licensing purposes during the period of September 17, 2005 through October 31, 2005. Payment is from the PS-MAPP grant funds and is not to exceed $1,500. Lynn J. Shaw – To assist the Los Angeles/Orange County Regional Consortium in connecting community colleges to the Workforce Investment Boards and other duties as assigned by the Consortium during the period of September 2005 through June 2006. Payment is from Regional Consortium grant funds is not to exceed $10,000. Susie Barkley-Jones – To serve as a consultant for recruiting participants for the Kinship Education, Preparation and Support (KEPS) Program during the period of September 2005 through December 2005. Payment is from KEPS grant funds and is not to exceed $250. Elias S. Cortez – to provide technical assistance for the President related to information technology. Mr. Cortez has performed a multitude of consulting services for private and public entities including Rio Hondo’s network security system upgrade. He served as Chief Information Officer for the State of California and was a member of Governor Gray Davis’ Cabinet. He directed the highly successful State Y2K project. The consultant rate is $95/hour. Payment will be from Bond funds. WorksWorks, Inc. – To Complete a needs analysis for the Rio Hondo College website, in conjunction with VMA Communication. The analysis will include an evaluation of the current website and a survey/interview of users including students and staff. These findings will be used to create an Internet Technology Roadmap for future b) c) d) e) f)
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9 development of the website. A cost analysis of the implementation of the plan will be also included. Payment is not to exceed $12,000 from District funds and $8,000 from Bond funds. 4. 170. Approval to Lease Ricoh Copier for Transfer Center It was moved by Mr. Mendez, seconded by Ms. Gunn and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve a 60-month copier lease with Ricoh Business Systems, Inc., and authorized the Administration to sign the appropriate documents on behalf of the District. 5. Award Contract to Vasquez & Co., LLP for Board Auditing Services It was moved by Ms. Yanez, seconded by Mr. Mendez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees award a contract to Vasquez & Company, LLP for Bond financial and performance auditing services in the amount of $23,500 from Bond funds. 6. Recommendation for Hazmat Materials Testing and Monitoring Services It was moved by Ms. Martinez, seconded by Ms. Yanez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees authorize the Administration to negotiate contracts with National Econ as the lead hazmat consultant and MACTEC as support and review hazmat consultant 7. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Consultant Services It was moved by Mr. Camalich, seconded by Ms. Martinez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees authorize the Administration to negotiate contracts with Davis Langdon Associates and Glumac to provide LEED Consulting and Commissioning services. 8. 174. Tree Survey Consulting/Arborist Services It was moved by Ms. Martinez, seconded by Ms. Yanez and carried that the Board of Trustees approve Gregg Applegate Consulting Arborist to provide tree survey and consulting arborist services for the Tree Plan for a total not to exceed an amount of $30,000 from Bond proceeds. 171. 172. 173.
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10 9. Engineering Design Services for Seismic Mitigation for Building Facades It was moved by Ms. Yanez, seconded by Ms. Martinez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve Integrated Design Service to provide engineering design services for Seismic Mitigation for Building Facades for a total not to exceed the amount of $13,000 from Bond proceeds. 10. Gaining Early Awareness Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR-UP) It was moved by Ms. Martinez, seconded by Ms. Gunn and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve the grant funding as outlined above and authorize the Administration to execute contracts on behalf of the District. B. PRESIDENT’S OFFICE 1. 177. Revision of Board Policies 1000s It was moved by Mr. Camalich, seconded by Ms. Martinez and carried unanimously, that the Board of Trustees approve the revision of Board Policies 1000s. Formerly CCLC No. BP 1000 BP 1005 BP 1165 BP 1190 BP 1170 BP 1175 BP 1010 BP 1015 BP 1020 BP 1025 BP 1030 BP 1035 BP 1040 BP 1045 BP 1050 BP 1055 BP 1060 BP 1065 BP 1070 BP 1075 Rio Hondo Community College District District Mission Legal Counsel Employee/Trustee Liability for Judgments Acknowledged Employee Organizations Rights Special Rio Hondo Awards Board Membership Student Member of the Board Board Elections Election of Student Member, Board Vacancies on the Board Board of Trustees Officers Committees of the Board of Trustees Annual Organization Meeting Regular Meetings of the Board Board Meetings: Closed Sessions Board Meetings: Special & Emergency Meetings Quorum and Voting Board Meeting Agenda Public Participation at Board Meetings New 175. 176. 1100 1200 1300 1310 1400 1500 2010 2015 2100 2105 2110 2210 2220 2305 2310 2315 2320 2330 2340 2345
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