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					Mt. San Antonio College

REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Wednesday, March 24, 2004 6:00 p.m. Closed Session 6:30 p.m. Public Session 1100 N. Grand Avenue, Administration Building, Room 235 Walnut, CA 91789

Welcome to a meeting of the Mt. San Antonio College Board of Trustees. If you wish to address the Board for any reason, please fill out one of the cards available on the table and give it to the Board Secretary. Those requesting to speak on an agenda item will be called upon at the time the item is under consideration. Anyone wishing to speak to items not on the agenda will be called upon under the “Communication” section. Comments are limited to no more than three minutes per person.

AGENDA
CALL TO ORDER (6:00 p.m.) CLOSED SESSION  Conference with Labor Negotiator, per California Government Code Section 54957.6 Mt. San Antonio College Negotiator, regarding Faculty Association, CSEA 262 and CSEA 651, Management and Confidential Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Redevelopment Litigation, per California Government Code Section 54956.9 (Case No. 0304-1) Interpretation and implementation of AB 1290 Conference with Legal Counsel – Settlement Agreement with Rouse (Case No. 0304-3) Conference with Legal Counsel – Settlement Agreement with Allied Air Conditioning (Case No. 0304-4) Conference with Legal Counsel – Agreement with Bovis Lend Lease (Case No. 0304-5) Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release, per California Government Code Section 54957

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PUBLIC SESSION (6:30 p.m. Flag Salute) INTRODUCTIONS AND RECOGNITION  Introduction of new staff: Susan Baker, Receptionist/Clerical Assistant (former hourly employee) Kimberly Carpenter, Assistant Director, Admissions & Records Deborah Catingub, Clerical Specialist, Campus Events (former hourly employee) Edmond Chan, Laboratory Technician – Math and Computer Science Joseph Foye, Senior Tool Keeper (former hourly employee) Mark Liclican, Learning Lab Assistant I, Community Education Center (former hourly
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Paul Lu, Senior Tool Keeper, Technology & Health Division (former hourly employee) Susan Rosas, Warehouse Worker (former hourly employee) Catherine Tan, Receptionist/Clerical Assistant, Physical Education (former hourly
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Laura Vega, Library Technician I Zaira Vizcarra, Clerical Specialist, Human Resources Sandy Watkins, Clerical Specialist, Campus Events (former hourly employee)  Recognition  Awarding of a Certificate of Service to the following staff member leaving the College after ten or more years of service: Robert E. Ladd, Jr., Grounds Equipment Operator, 17 years of service  The Women’s Basketball Team for winning the State Championship, under the leadership of Coach Laura Beeman.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approval of minutes of the regular meeting of February 25, 2004. (See backup packet pages 1 through 13.)

REPORTING OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
At this time, the Board of Trustees will listen to communication from the public on matters that are not on the agenda. Under provisions of the Brown Act, the Board is prohibited from discussing or taking action on oral requests that are not part of the agenda. Comments are limited to no more than three minutes per person.

REPORTS
The Board requests that constituent group reports and other scheduled reports be limited to no more than five minutes.

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Associated Students Report Senates A. Academic Senate B. Classified Senate Employee Groups A. Faculty Association B. CSEA Units C. Other Unrepresented Groups President – Christopher C. O’Hearn Informational Report – Mt. SAC Academy, Matt Munro, Professor, Math and Computer Science (See backup packet pages 14 and 15.)

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CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered by the Board of Trustees to be routine or sufficiently supported by back-up information as to not require additional discussion. Consent Calendar items will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items prior to the time the Board votes on them, unless a Board member requests a specific item be removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion and a separate vote. Public comment on Consent Calendar items from anyone completing a card will be heard prior to the Board’s vote on the Consent Calendar.

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE AND INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT 1. Consideration of approval of the Cultural Arts Program and Series for the 2004-05 Season. (See backup packet pages 16 and 17.) Consideration of approval to accept funds and approve activities for a grant titled “Integrating AmeriCorps into Teacher and Reading Development Partnerships” (Mt. SAC #986 - $41,519) from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to provide onsite training for potential future teachers and to help K-3 students with reading. (See backup packet page 18.) Consideration of approval of activities for the “Family & Consumer Science Grant,” (Mt. SAC #948). Permission is requested to enter into a subcontract with City College of San Francisco and to enter into an agreement with the Holiday Inn in Long Beach, California for a Fashion and Consumer Science Gerontology Meeting. (See backup packet page 19.)

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HUMAN RESOURCES AND STAFF & ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING 4. Consideration of approval of Personnel Transactions, Reference No. 9, dated March 24, 2004. (See backup packet pages 20 through 28.) Consideration of approval of Sabbatical Leave Reports, 2002-03. (See backup packet pages 29 and 30.) Consideration of approval to compensate Dr. Rita Smilkstein, Keynote Speaker and Workshop Facilitator, $2,000 for “The Brain’s Natural Learning Process-A Practical Approach” conference to be held on Friday, April 30, 2004. (See backup packet page 31.)

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INSTRUCTION AND STUDENT SERVICES 7. Consideration of approval of changes to the Regional Health Occupations Resource Center (RHORC) Programs. (See backup packet page 32.) Consideration of approval for the Small Business Development Center to apply for two grants: Wells Fargo Foundation and City of Azusa Redevelopment Agency. (See backup packet page 33.) Consideration of approval of Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch as guest speaker for EOP&S/CARE Awards Banquet on May 6, 2004. (See backup packet page 34.)

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10. Consideration of approval of agreement with Leader Services, Inc. to provide training and assistance with the Medi-Cal Administrative Activities claims process. (See backup packet page 35.) 11. Consideration of approval of 2003-04 Course Disciplines list. (See backup packet page 36.) (Distributed as a separate document.) 12. Consideration of approval to increase the student health services fee as permitted by Education Code §76355. (See backup packet page 37.) 13. Consideration of approval for the Men’s Ensemble to attend the Reno Jazz Festival at the University of Nevada, April 22–24, 2004. (See backup packet page 38.) 14. Consideration of approval of Men’s Ensemble to compete in the national finals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella in New York City, NY, on April 25, 2004. (See backup packet page 39.) 15. Consideration of approval of 2003-04 California Articulation Number (CAN) Grant. (See backup packet page 40.) 16. Consideration of approval of new credit courses for Fall 2004. (See backup packet pages 41 and 42.)

17. Consideration of approval/ratification of additions and/or changes to Community and NonCredit Education Programs. (See backup packet page 43.) 18. Consideration of approval/ratification of Contract Education agreements – The Training Source. (See backup packet page 44.) 19. Consideration of approval to hire a curriculum consultant in language arts and speech communication for development of curriculum for Upward Bound Grant. (See backup packet page 45.) ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 20. Consideration of approval of Appropriation Transfers and Budget Increases. backup packet pages 46 and 47.) (See

21. Consideration of approval of the Local Investment of Partnership Funds Survey. (See backup packet pages 48 and 49.) 22. Consideration of approval of an agreement with Bovis Lend Lease to provide construction management services for Scheduled Maintenance and Hazardous Materials projects, at a cost of $67,051. (See backup packet pages 50 and 51.) 23. Consideration of approval of an amended agreement with HMC Architects to provide professional services for the Language Center and Health Careers Center projects, at additional costs not to exceed $34,000 for the Language Center, and $65,000 for the Health Careers Center. (See backup packet page 52.) 24. Consideration of approval of an amended agreement with Grillias.Pirc.Rosier.Alves to provide professional services for the Athletic Fields project, at an additional cost of $8,539. (See backup packet page 53.) 25. Consideration of approval of an agreement with Integrated Design Services, Inc. to provide professional services for the Gymnasium upgrade project, at a cost of $17,300, with reimbursable expenses not to exceed $150. (See backup packet pages 54 and 55.) 26. Consideration of approval of the following Completion Notice:  Bid No. 2525 Relocation of Building 23, Tenant Improvements, W. B. Allen Construction, Inc., Contractor

ACTION ITEMS
All items listed under “Action” will be discussed and acted on separately by the Board of Trustees.

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Consideration of the 2004 election for CCCT Board of Directors. (See backup packet pages 56 and 57.)

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Consideration of approval of the following Bid:  Bid No. 2603 Swimming Pool Renovation, California Commercial Pools, Inc. (See backup packet pages 58 and 59.)

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Consideration of approval of the following Change Orders: (See backup packet pages 60 through 63.)        Contract Bid No. 2531 Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction Signet Testing Labs, Change Order No. 1. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction – United Contractors Company, Change Order No. 1. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction LeMar Construction – Change Order No. 2. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction - Earl Corporation – Change Order No. 2. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction – Moore Flooring – Change Order No. 1. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction Premier Industrial Painting Co., – Change Order No. 2. Language Center and Health Careers Center Construction Herzig Corp. – Change Order No. 2.

Bid No. 2532 Bid No. 2535 Bid No. 2536 Bid No. 2537 Bid No. 2540

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Receive for second reading and adoption proposed revisions to Chapter 2 of the Policy Handbook. (See backup packet pages 64 through 99.)

DISCUSSION ITEMS
All items listed for “Discussion” will be discussed by the Board of Trustees but not acted on for approval. After discussion, the Board will determine whether an item returns the following month for action or further discussion.

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Receive for first reading and discussion: Proposed revisions to Chapter 3 of the Policy Handbook. (See backup packet pages 100 through 133.)

BOARD COMMUNICATION
At this time, the Board of Trustees will report on matters related to attendance at conferences, professional affiliations, and community involvement directly related to their functions as Board members.

ADJOURNMENT
Future Board Meetings: April 28, 2004 May 26, 2004 June 23, 2004 Upcoming Events:
March 26, 2004 Last day to withdraw from 18 week Spring 2004 semester credit classes PTK Induction Ceremony – 7:00 p.m., Social Sciences Lecture Hall Third Annual “Spring Thing” (Vocal music concert) – 8:00 p.m., Clarke Theater Mt. SAC Track & Field Dual Meet with Fresno State – 2:00 p.m., Hilmer Lodge Stadium 27th Annual Writers’ Day – 10:00 a.m., Student Life Center Mandala Sand Painting – Opening Reception on March 30, 4:306:30 p.m., Art Gallery Cesar Chavez Day of Observance Media Appreciation Luncheon – 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Clarke Theater “Spring Celebration” (Mt. SAC Jazz Band) – 8:00 p.m., Music Recital Hall Annual Amateur Athletic Foundation Youth Days – All Day, Hilmer Lodge Stadium Mystical Arts of Tibet – 8:00 p.m., Clarke Theater Mega Chamber Mixer – Taste of the Mt. SAC Relays – 5:307:30 p.m., Hilmer Lodge Stadium Spring Festival of Music – 8:00 p.m., Clarke Theater The World Famous Mt. SAC Relays – Hilmer Lodge Stadium Spring Recess - Campus is closed Monday and Tuesday, April 12 and 13 58th Annual Student Art Exhibition – Opening Reception on April 20, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Art Gallery Monthly Foundation Executive Committee Meeting – 10:00 a.m.12:00 p.m., Staff Center

March 26, 2004 March 26, 2004

March 27, 2004

March 27, 2004 March 30-April 2, 2004

March 31, 2004 April 2, 2004 April 2, 2004

April 2-3, 2004

April 3, 2004 April 8, 2004

April 8, 2004 April 8,16,17,18, 2004 April 12-16, 2004

April 20-May 13, 2004

April 21, 2004

April 21, 2004

Foundation Quarterly Board Meeting – 12:00-2:00 p.m., Location to be Announced Industrial Technology Career Expo – 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Technology Building Quad Area Men’s and Women’s South Coast Conference Swim Championships – All Day, Swimming Pool Spring Student Dance Concert – 8:00 p.m. each day, and 3:00 p.m. on April 25 – Clarke Theater 17th Annual Foundation Golf Tournament – 9:00 a.m., Sierra La Verne Country Club Family & Consumer Sciences Department Annual Student Awards – 4:00 p.m., Technology Building, Room 103 Outstanding Service Club Awards – 4:00-6:00 p.m., Student Life Center

April 22, 2004

April 22-24, 2004

April 23, 24, 25, 2004

April 26, 2004

April 30, 2004

April 30, 2004


				
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