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					                                                    Approved 08/23/07

     BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT NO. 502
               COUNTIES OF DuPAGE, COOK AND WILL,
                        STATE OF ILLINOIS
       MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2007
               HELD ON CAMPUS IN SRC-2052, GLEN ELLYN, IL

1.   CALL TO ORDER – The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
was called to order by Chairman     McKinnon at 5:00 p.m. in room
SRC-2052.

2.   ROLL CALL – Trustees present: Micheal E. McKinnon, Mark J.
Nowak, Joseph T. Snyder,
     Kathy A. Wessel, and Joseph C. Wozniak. Trustees absent:
David Carlin, Mary A. Mack and      Student Trustee Hope Whitten.

     Also present were President Sunil Chand, Counsel Everett
Nicholas, staff members, representatives of the press, and visitors.
Board Secretary Karen V. Neely was recorder.

CLOSED SESSION – At 5:01 p.m., Wessel moved, Nowak seconded, THAT
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HOLD A CLOSED SESSION FOR THE PURPOSES OF
DISCUSSING: (1) THE APPOINTMENT, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION,
DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE OR DISMISSAL OF SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES OF THE
PUBLIC BODY OR LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY, INCLUDING HEARING
TESTIMONY ON A COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE OF THE PUBLIC
BODY OR AGAINST LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY TO DETERMINE ITS
VALIDITY; (2) COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING MATTERS BETWEEN THE PUBLIC BODY
AND ITS EMPLOYEES OR THEIR REPRESENTATIVES, OR DELIBERATIONS
CONCERNING SALARY SCHEDULES FOR ONE OR MORE CLASSES OF EMPLOYEES;
AND (3) LITIGATION, WHEN AC ACTION AGAINST, AFFECTING OR ON BEHALF
OF THE PARTICULAR PUBLIC BODY HAS BEEN FILED AND IS PENDING BEFORE A
COURT OR ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL, OR WHEN THE PUBLIC BODY FINDS THAT
AN ACTION IS PROBABLE OR IMMINENT, IN WHICH CASE THE BASIS FOR THE
FINDING SHALL BE RECORDED AND ENTERED INTO THE MINUTES OF THE CLOSED
MEETING. On roll call, voting aye: Nowak, Snyder, Wessel, Wozniak
and McKinnon. Motion carried unanimously.

At 5:03 p.m., Trustee Carlin and Student Trustee Whitten arrived at
the Closed Session.

RESUME OPEN MEETING – At 5:55 p.m., Nowak moved, Wessel seconded,
THAT THE OPEN MEETING BE RESUMED. On voice vote, motion carried
unanimously.

3.     AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

       3.01 Pepsi NATYCAA Cup Award for Athletics – Vice President of
            Student Affairs Kay Nielsen introduced Athletic Director
            Paul Zakowski who explained this award recognizes

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          excellence in two-year college athletics based on success
          in championship competition. C.O.D. has won the award in
          the non-scholarship division every year since the program
          was initiated.
          This year, C.O.D. scored 166.5 points, easily
          outdistancing second place Gloucester College who scored
          144.5 points. We were led by the women’s tennis team
          that took first place at their national championship.
          Other noteworthy teams who scored high at their
          championships include: men’s cross country (2nd place),
          men’s basketball (3rd place), men’s soccer (tie for 3rd
          place), men’s track (3rd place), men’s swim team (5th
          place), women’s basketball (5th place), softball (6th
          place), women’s track (9th place), and women’s swim team
          (10th place). The College received $2,500 in scholarship
          money for the general athletic scholarship fund.

     3.02 Coca-Cola Scholarship Winner – The winner of the Coca-
          Cola Two-Year College Scholarship is one of 350
          recipients nationwide who are recognized for their
          academic success and community service with a $1,000
          award. Vice President Nielsen introduced C.O.D.’s winner
          this year, student Marion Sarlati, a recently widowed
          mother of two, who maintains a 3.7 GPA while carrying a
          full class load including 14 clinical hours at Central
          DuPage Hospital and working as a student aide in the
          Service Learning Office. She is also involved in
          numerous volunteer activities.

4.   MONITORING INFORMATION

     4.01 Moved to Item #10.01 below.

     4.02 Government Relations Report – President Chand reported on
government relations issues              including the activities of
Lobbyists Paul Purdue and Vincent Persico. (Complete report
     attached to permanent minutes.)

     4.03 Tenth Day Enrollment Report – This report is prepared
each term on the tenth day of             instruction by the Office
of Research and Planning. It should be noted that the tenth day
           data is used for space and staff planning, while the mid-
term enrollment report is used for             credit hour
reimbursement by the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB).
Overall credit            enrollment levels have declined while non-
credit enrollment has increased compared to the          previous
Summer term as follows: credit student headcount is at 17,570 (down
2.7%); full-              time equivalent students (FTES) are down
to 5,330 (down 4.0%); total headcount enrollment         is at
25,178 (down 0.8%); and non-credit headcount enrollment is at 7,608
(up 3.7%).
5.   GENERAL INFORMATION

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     5.01 Board Reports

          a)   ICCTA – Trustee Wessel reported on the next ICCTA
meeting to be held in                         Champaign on
September 14 and 15. On August 10 and 11, the ICCTA Executive
          Board will hold a retreat in Lombard, and they will also
tour the College.

          b)   Foundation – Trustee Snyder reported on the
following events from the July 16                        Annual and
Regular Foundation Board Meetings:
               ℜ Additional three-year terms of service on the
     Foundation Board were renewed       for Michael Law, Joan
     Morrissey and Michelle Panovich.
               ℜ Officer elections resulted in Michelle Panovich as
     President, Joan Morrissey as   Vice-President, and Michael Law
     as Treasurer.
               ℜ Members leaving at the end of their six-year term
     include Michael Brown and the Honorable Bonnie Wheaton.
     Members leaving at the end of a three-year term     because of
     other commitments are Jim Huck and Ron Fiddler.
               ℜ The new HCNS Building was profiled with a
     presentation by HOK. They      discussed producing a DVD for
     the Healthcare Initiative to raise money to   support
     healthcare programs and students.
               ℜ Discussions took place on alumni strategy and
     fundraising.
               ℜ Each Board Member received their “annual report
     card” which quantifies their        personal giving, the money
     they helped to raise, their attendance, and other fundraising
     activities.
               ℜ FY-07 was noted as an exceptionally good year for
     fundraising with revenue over $2.1 million compared to
     $891,000 the previous year. After a good year of
                  investments, the Foundation assets have moved up
     over $9 million.
               ℜ The Golf and Tennis Outing will take place on July
     30 at White Eagle Golf Club.   To date, a record number of
     golfers have registered.

          c)   Student Issues – Student Trustee Whitten made the
following comments about the                  Student Leadership
Council’s (SLC) activities:
               ℜ On July 25, SLC will sponsor a blood drive with
     Q101, a popular Chicago radio station.
               ℜ UPS indicated their desire to partner with SLC, as
     they do with student leaders   of Triton and Robert Morris
     College, to fund, sponsor and promote activities.
               ℜ SLC is working on their goals for next year,
     creating a new motto and a fresh    look for the organization.
               ℜ SLC is working with the PACE Committee to save
     Route 714 which is an     important route for the College.

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          d)   Committee of the Whole – The Committee of the Whole
met on July 9 and received                    a formal report on
AQIP, discussed the Aramark contract, the Strategic Plan for
          DuPage County Government and issues related to the
College health insurance                      broker. The Board
raised questions about the Xerox copier program costs and
          natural gas and electricity costs.

                Vice President of Financial Affairs Thomas Ryan
distributed information in response                       to the
questions raised at the July 9 Committee of the Whole on these
costs. The                           Board asked questions regarding
investments. The administration will explain the
   investment process to the Board at a future Committee of the
Whole Meeting.

          e)   Board Items
               ℜ Chairman McKinnon announced that a memorial
     service for Herb Salberg,      former Athletic Director at the
     College, will take place on Saturday, July 21 at         11:00
     am in the McAninch Arts Center. His two older daughters have
     begun a      scholarship in his name, and there is discussion
     about recognition of Mr. Salberg for his work at the College.
               ℜ Administration was asked to update the Board on
     the status of Parking Lot O.

               ℜ Item #5.07, Discussion of Voting Delegates to ACCT
     Annual Convention – The   Board discussed the appointment of
     voting delegates to this convention and determined that
     Trustees Carlin and Wessel will be designated at the August
                  Board Meeting.
               ℜ While attending the ACCT Leadership Seminar in
     Reno, NV, Trustees McKinnon, Nowak and Wozniak had dinner
     with C.O.D. Respiratory Therapy     faculty members Denise
     Kruckenberg and Charles Vanderwarf who were in the same
     location for a different seminar.

     5.02 President’s Report – President Chand reported on College
activities since the last Board                     Meeting.
(Complete report attached to permanent minutes.) In addition, he
noted:
          ∞ The first group of Radiation Therapy students graduates
             today (July 19).
          ∞ Meryl Sussman, Associate Vice President for Community
             Affairs and Economic Development, announced the third
             issue of CareerFocus magazine (Summer/Fall 2007) was
             just mailed to 95,000 homes and includes a survey and
             response cards. The target age of this mailing is 22
             to 50 year-olds.
          ∞ President Chand met with Dr. Stephen Daeschner, the new
             Superintendent of Indian Prairie District 204 where our
             Frontier Campus is located.
          ∞ DuPageBiz, begun by Robert Schillerstrom (DuPage County

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                  Board Chairman), has appointed Mike Skarr as its
                  interim CEO. Skarr will retire as the Naperville
                  Chamber of Commerce CEO.

     5.03 Gifts and Grants – The Resource Development Office is
charged with obtaining external                    funding through
grants to College of DuPage and gifts to the C.O.D. Foundation.

                         Donations of Note to the Foundation

Donor                           Amount       Project/Purpose
Private Donor                   $250,000   Healthcare Initiative
Naperville Rotary Charities      27,500    Naperville Rotary Vocational
                                           Scholarship
Harold McAninch                   3,360    Herb Salberg PE Scholarship, Football
                                           Program Fund, Buffalo Theatre
                                           Ensemble, Endowment for the Arts
Mid America Asset Management               Golf Day Sponsor
                                2,500
Mortenson Construction            1,000    Golf Day Sponsor
Mike Law (Foundation Board        1,000    Unrestricted
Trustee)


                                   Grants Received
Funder                          Amount     Project/Purpose
Arts Midwest                     $3,450    To support performances of the Diavolo
                                           Dance Theatre at the McAninch Arts
                                           Center in September 2007.


Illinois Community College       $2,000    To support the DuPage/Joliet Math in
Board                                      CTE Collaborative, a one-year pilot
                                           project with Joliet Junior College, the
                                           DuPage Area Occupational Educational
                                           System (DAOES) and other tech prep
                                           partners to promote professional
                                           development among 20 pairs of high
                                           school and college faculty. Funding to
                                           COD will support a workshop and
                                           orientation event with a contextual
                                           math skills emphasis, geared toward
                                           coordinated high school to college
                                           teaching approaches in Career and
                                           Technical Education (CTE).




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The National Science        $55,637   College of DuPage will participate in a
Foundation                            three-year research project led by
Course, Curriculum and                Benedictine University to pilot a two-
Laboratory Improvement                course biocalculus sequence; create a
(CCLI)                                new text and computer laboratory
                                      manual; develop and test laboratory
                                      activities that employ biologically-
                                      oriented math models; and sponsor
                                      seminars and faculty development
                                      opportunities that integrate math and
                                      biology topics.


     5.04 Board Calendar – The Board reviewed their calendar of
events.

     5.05 Upcoming Bids and Contracts – As of July 3, 2007, the
following items are scheduled for                  approval at the
July Board of Trustees meetings:

            a)    Printing of the Class Schedule
            b)    Multimedia Services Equipment
            c)    MAC Lounge Renovations
            d)    Plaza Trench Drain Repairs
            e)    Naperville Parking Lot Maintenance
            f)    West Campus Power
            g)    HCNS Bid Package 2E: Telecommunications & Security

            Items may be added or deleted as required.

      5.06 Removed from agenda.

     5.07 Discussion of Voting Delegates to ACCT Annual Convention –
Discussed under Item #5.01 (e).

6.    OWNERSHIP LINKAGE – AGENDA-RELATED ITEMS ONLY

     6.01 Comments from College Constituency Groups – Jane
Ostergaard, Associate Professor and            Architecture
Coordinator, read a letter (complete letter attached to permanent
minutes)             prepared by the following faculty and staff
members expressing concern about several items           in the
Value Engineering (VE) proposal for the Technology Education Center
(TEC):
                Jane Ostergaard, Associate Professor/Coordinator,
Architecture
                Elizabeth Britt, Supervisor, Ornamental Horticulture
                M. Ann Cotton, Professor/Program Coordinator,
Interior Design
                Jane Kielb, Assistant Professor, Interior Design
                Mark Pearson, Assistant Professor, Architecture
                Judy Burgholzer, Professor/Coordinator Ornamental
Horticulture
                James Janich, Instructor, Air Conditioning

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               Ted Kulinski, Instructor, Architecture
               Jae Granrath, Greenhouse Lab Technician, Ornamental
Horticulture
               Branislav Rosul, Professor, Electronics Technology
               Robert Cannella, Electronics Lab Coordinator
               Julia Fitzpatrick-Cooper, Professor, Ornamental
Horticulture

          The concerns expressed which the faculty and staff feel
will reduce program effectiveness             are as follows:
               Delete metal grating HVAC and auto
     $50,000
               Delete greenhouse canopy – Add Alternate
     $35,000
               Delete metal grating at greenhouse – Add Alternate
     $42,000
               Delete three-way light switching at classrooms
     $29,000
               Reduce casework allowance – Add Alternate
     $50,000

     6.02 Comments from the Public – Martin Lyons of Arthur J.
Gallagher and Company (health            insurance broker) addressed
the Board about their interest in naming a new broker of record
     for the next insurance renewal. He stated he was assigned the
College’s account only four         months ago and requested
additional time for him to provide the services expected by the
          College. However, he further stated that if the College
chooses to change brokers, he will             work diligently with
the new broker to provide a smooth transition.

7.   CONSENT AGENDA – Nowak moved, Snyder seconded, THAT THE BOARD
     APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

     7.01 BOARD MEETING MINUTES – THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE
          MINUTES OF THE FOLLOWING BOARD MEETINGS:
          a)   06/11/07 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN BOARD MEETING
          b)   06/11/07 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
          c)   06/21/07 REGULAR BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
     7.02 FINANCIAL REPORTS – THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE FOLLOWING
          FINANCIAL REPORTS: (A) PAYROLL & ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
          REPORT, (B) BUDGET TRANSFERS, AND (C) WORKING CASH FUND
          LOAN/TRANSFE. In addition, the following reports were
          presented for discussion purposes only: (d) Investments,
          and (e) Tax Collections.

     7.03 BIDS – THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE FOLLOWING BID
RECOMMENDATIONS:

          Α)   ΧΟΣΜΕΤΟΛΟΓΨ ΕΘΥΙΠΜΕΝΤ (ΡΕϑΕΧΤΙΟΝ) ∠ ΤΗΑΤ ΤΗΕ ΒΙ
               ΡΕΧΕΙςΕ ΦΟΡ ΧΟΣΜΕΤΟΛΟΓΨ ΕΘΥΙΠΜΕΝΤ ΒΕ ΡΕϑΕΧΤΕ ΥΕ ΤΟ
               ΝΟΝ−ΧΟΜΠΛΙΑΝΧΕ ΙΤΗ ΒΙ ΣΠΕΧΙΦΙΧΑΤΙΟΝΣ.

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        Β)   ΧΟΣΜΕΤΟΛΟΓΨ ΕΘΥΙΠΜΕΝΤ ∠ ΤΗΑΤ ΤΗΕ ΒΙ ΦΟΡ
             ΧΟΣΜΕΤΟΛΟΓΨ ΕΘΥΙΠΜΕΝΤ ΒΕ ΑΑΡ Ε ΤΟ ΤΗΕ ΛΟΕΣΤ
             ΡΕΣΠΟΝΣΙΒΛΕ ΒΙ ΕΡ, ΤΑΚΑΡΑ ΒΕΛΜΟΝΤ, ΙΝΧ., 3010 ΟΟ ΧΡΕΕΚ
             ΡΙςΕ, ΟΝΕΡΣ ΓΡΟςΕ, ΙΛ 60515, ΦΟΡ Α ΤΟΤΑΛ ΕΞΠΕΝ ΙΤΥΡΕ ΟΦ
             ∃72,191.00.

        C)   ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY SUPPLIES – THAT THE BID FOR
             ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY SUPPLIES BE AWARDED TO THE
             LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BIDDERS, ON AN ITEM BY ITEM BASIS
             AS INDICATED:
             Item             Vendor                     $ Amount

             2,17,25,31,75,113   Benz Microscope              $
             742.70
                            749 Airport Blvd.
                            Ann Arbor, MI 48107

             3,7,23,27,38          Carolina Biological Supply Co.
                  $ 454.50
                              2700 York Road
                              Burlington, NC   27215

             1,4,5,6,9,10,11,12,13,14, Cynmar Corporation
                  $ 1,317.50
             15,16,19,22,24,32,33,35, 21709 State Rout 4 North
             36,39,40,41,42,43,44,45, Carlinville, IL 62626
             46

             50a              Denoyer Geppert            $ 7,994.80
                              7701 N. Austin
                              Skokie, IL 60077

             28,34,112a,119,120  Fisher Scientific
                  $ 985.42
                            4500 Turnberry Drive
                            Hanover Park, IL 60133

             54,70,71,72,73,77,78,80, Holt Anatomical
                  $ 12,834.00
             82,83,84,86,87,88,90,91, 2333 NW 36 th Street
             92,99,100      Miami, FL 33127

             55,64,76,85,89,108,110,   Johnson Scientific
                  $ 4,351.00
             111,112              1508 Madone Avenue
                            Williamstown, NJ 08094

             8,26,30,37,47,49,51,53,     Sargent-Welch
                  $ 17,494.72
             56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,    911 Commerce Court
             65,66,67,68,69,74,79,81,    Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
             93,94,95,96,97,98,101,
             102,103,104,105,106,107,
             109,114,115,118, 122


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                 122            Science Kit & Boreal Labs        $
                 397.23
                                777 East Park Drive
                                Tonawanda, NY 14150

                 121            The Scope Shoppe            $ 979.00
                                113 Read Street
                                Elburn, IL 60119

                 18,20,21,29,48,50,   Wards Natural Science
                      $ 1,649.21
                 116,117              5100 W. Henrietta Road
                                 Rochester, NY 14692       _________

                 For a total expenditure of:
                      $ 49,200.08;

                 Rejecting item # 52 due to a change in specifications.

          D)   PRINTING OF THE ARTS CENTER SINGLE TICKET BOOKLET –
THAT THE BID              FOR PRINTING OF THE ARTS CENTER SINGLE
TICKET BOOKLET BE                   AWARDED TO THE LOWEST
RESPONSIBLE BIDDER, J. D. GRAPHICS,
               1101 ARTHUR AVENUE, ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL 60007, FOR
A TOTAL                   EXPENDITURE OF $51,239.00.
           E)  TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (RFP) – THAT THE BOARD
OF                   TRUSTEES APPROVE THE CONTRACT FOR TEMPORARY
EMPLOYMENT                     SERVICES WITH STIVERS STAFFING
SERVICES, 1250 E. DIEHL ROAD,                  NAPERVILLE, IL 60563,
FOR A TWO-YEAR CONTRACT TERM FROM
               JULY 20, 2007 TO JUNE 30, 2009, PER THE ATTACHED
POSITION RATE                  SCHEDULE. (Position rate schedule
attached to permanent minutes.)
            F)   INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC INSURANCE COVERATE (RFP) –
                 THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE CONTRACT FOR
                 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC INSURANCE COVERAGE WITH
                 FIRST AGENCY, INC., 5071 W. “H” AVENUE, KALAMAZOO,
                 MI 49009, FOR A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT AUGUST 1, 2007
                 THROUGH JULY 31, 2008, FOR A TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF
                 $50,026.00.
          G)   GRAPHICS ACCELERATOR CARDS – THAT THE BID FOR
GRAPHICS                       ACCELERATOR CARDS BE AWARDED TO THE
LOWEST RESPONSIBLE                  BIDDER, TIGER DIRECT, 175
AMBASSADOR DRIVE, NAPERVILLE, IL 60540,                  FOR A TOTAL
EXPENDITURE OF $66,675.00.

            H)   TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT FOR BPI LISLE LOCATION
(NON-BID)
               THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE NON-BID
EXPENDITURE                   FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT WITH
SBC/AT&T GLOBAL,


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                  P. O. BOX 8102, AURORA, IL 60507, FOR A TOTAL
EXPENDITURE OF                         $40,513.05.

             I)   RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT – PROFESSIONAL GRANT WRITER
(NON-BID)
               THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE NON-BID
EXPENDITURE                    FOR PROFESSIONAL GRANT WRITING
SERVICES, TO GLORIA HUNTER,                    HUNTER
ENTREPRENEURIAL INC., 800 W. 5TH AVENUE, NAPERVILLE, IL
     60562, FOR AN ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE OF $8,205.00.
          J)   TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONDUIT AND FIBER FOR BPI/LISLE
(NON-BID) –                    THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE
THE NON-BID EXPENDITURE                  FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CONDUIT AND FIBER WITH SBC/AT&T GLOBAL,
               P. O. BOX 8102, AURORA, IL 60507, FOR A TOTAL
EXPENDITURE OF                      $19,973.37.

          K)    TELEMARKETING SERVICES FOR FALL SEMESTER (NON-BID) –
THAT THE                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE NON-BID
EXPENDITURE FOR                           TELEMARKETING SERVICES FOR
FALL SEMESTER WITH PST SALES AND                    MARKETING, 121
FAIRFIELD WAY, BLOOMINGDALE, IL, FOR AN AMOUNT NOT             TO
EXCEED $13,000.00.

     7.04 Moved to Item #11 below.

     7.05 APPOINTMENT/EMPLOYMENT/DISMISSAL OF PERSONNEL

             A)   THAT THE BOARD ACCEPT THE RETIREMENTS OF:
                  NAME             RETIREMENT      PROVISION
                                   DATE

                  Joann Cook       08/14/09             Section H2,
Window I
                                                   Agreement effective
07/13/03
                  Thomas E. Ryan        10/31/09               Section H2,
Window III
                                                   Agreement effective
07/13/03

               SUBJECT TO, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE ONGOING
COLLEGE BOARD            POLICIES AND PROCEDURES; AND THANK THEM
FOR THEIR WORK AT THE               COLLEGE.

          B)   THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE APPOINTMENTS OF THOMAS
ROBERTSON            TO THE FACULTY EFFECTIVE AUGUST 20, 2007 AT A
SALARY IN                      ACCORDANCE WITH BOARD POLICY #4418,
INITIAL SALARY PLACEMENT OF               FACULTY; AND
               THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE APPOINTMENTS OF JOHN
STAECK                    EFFECTIVE AUGUST 6, 2007 AND JANE SMITH
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 20, 2007                TO THE ADMINISTRATION AT A

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SALARY IN ACCORDANCE WITH BOARD                     POLICY #4504,
ADMINISTRATORS’ REMUNERATION.

     7.06 NON-UNION PART-TIME FACULTY REMUNERATION – THAT THE BOARD
APPROVE              THE ATTACHED SCHEDULE OF REMUNERATION FOR PART-
TIME FACULTY              ASSIGNMENTS, EFFECTIVE AUGUST 20, 2007.
(Schedule of remuneration attached to               permanent
minutes.)

     7.07 GIFTS AND DONATIONS QUARTERLY REPORT – (A) THAT THE
DONATIONS TO THE          COLLEGE, TOTALING $1,000.00, RECEIVED
BETWEEN APRIL 1, 2007 AND
          JUNE 30, 2007, BE ACCEPTED AND, ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
AND COLLEGE               COMMUNITY, THAT THE DONORS BE COMMENDED
FOR THEIR GENEROSITY; AND           (B) THAT THE ASSETS DONATED
THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF THE COLLEGE OF               DUPAGE
FOUNDATION, TOTALING $6,000.00, RECEIVED BETWEEN APRIL 1, 2007
          AND JUNE 30, 2007, BE ACCEPTED.

     7.08 BOARD POLICIES – THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE
FOLLOWING           BOARD POLICIES:

           A)   #1601, VIDEO OR AUDIO CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE FOR
BOARD OR                  COMMITTEE MEETINGS (Revised Policy); AND
           B)   #1605, PROVISION OF EQUIPMENT TO BOARD MEMBERS (New
Policy)

     In an advisory comment, Whitten indicated preference for the
motion. On roll call, voting aye:        Carlin, Nowak, Snyder,
Wessel, and Wozniak. Voting no: McKinnon. Motion carried.

8.   OWNERSHIP LINKAGE – GENERAL ITEMS

     8.01 Comments from College Constituency Groups –
Administrative Council Chair Harlan                Schweer
introduced Joseph Collins as the new Administrative Council Vice-
Chair.

     8.02 Comments from the Public – None.
9.   OTHER BUSINESS

     9.01 APPROVAL OF HEALTH INSURANCE BROKER – Nowak moved, Snyder
seconded, THAT       THE BOARD APROVE NAMING BYRNE, BYRNE AND
COMPANY AS THE BROKER OF       RECORD FOR THE PURPOSES OF OUR NEXT
RENEWAL DUE IN SEPTEMBER, AS              PER THE ATTACHED AGREEMENT.
(Agreement attached to permanent minutes.)

          The Board discussed this issue at length. They directed
Vice President Ryan to prepare                and send out an RFP
within the next 60 to 90 days.



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          In an advisory comment, Whitten abstained. On roll call,
voting aye: Snyder, Wessel,              Wozniak, Carlin, Nowak and
McKinnon. Motion carried.

10.   FACILITIES MASTER PLAN – MONITORING INFORMATION

     10.01 MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SUMMARY – Each month, the
Facilities Planning       and Construction Department provides an
update of constructions projects at the College.              The
Board reviewed the June 2007 Milestone Summary and the July 2007
Monthly Progress          Reports on various projects. James
Koolish, Program Manager with The Rise Group,            presented
an overview of the proposed connector bridge between the HCNS and
the SRC              Buildings. (Complete Monthly Construction
Project Summary attached to permanent               minutes.)

11.   FACILITIES MASTER PLAN – CONSENT AGENDA

      The Board removed Item #11.03 from the Consent Agenda to be
      discussed and voted on separately.

      Wessel moved, Nowak seconded, THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE
      FACILITIES MASTER PLAN CONSENT AGENDA CONSISTING OF THE
      FOLLOWING ITEMS:

     11.01 RATIFY ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE ORDERS – THAT THE BOARD OF
TRUSTEES             RATIFY THE CURRENT MONTH’S ADMINISTRATIVE
CHANGE ORDERS AS SHOWN ON            THE MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION SUMMARY
REPORT     AS FOLLOWS:

           Early Childhood Center – EVS Total:   $80,097.22
            ∞ Change Order #071 in the amount of $21,930.00 consists
      of the following: Add access control to the doorway to the
      day care area of the building and add intrusion detection
      devices.
            ∞ Change Order #072 in the amount of $448.42 consists of
      the following: Install vinyl composite tile in the entry way
      instead of an exposed concrete finish.
            ∞ Change Order #074 in the amount of $3,441.00 consists
      of the following: Install emergency      lights.
            ∞ Change Order #075 in the amount of $24,047.00 consists
      of the following: Install three (3)      by-pass control
      valves and add six (6) additional monitoring points to the
      building automation system for the geothermal system.
            ∞ Change Order #077 in the amount of $24,964.50 consists
      of the following: Install room      darkening shades for
      sleeping areas, window shades in the offices and classrooms and
      mini-   blinds on various doors.
            ∞ Change Order #078 in the amount of $4,421.00 consists
      of the following: Install trees and      shrubs in the outdoor
      classroom area.
            ∞ Change Order #079 in the amount of $845.30 consists of
      the following: Revisions to the     sequence of operation of
      the controlled door access system.


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           Roadway, Parking Lots and Landscape Improvements – Abbey
Total:  $68,463.18
           ∞ Change Order #012 in the amount of $6,088.00 consists
     of the following: Re-wiring to keep       Circle Drive lights
     illuminated with the closure of Lots P and G.
           ∞ Change Order #013 in the amount of $245 consists of the
     following: Re-route a sewer line     to avoid an electrical
     line.
           ∞ Change Order #014 in the amount of $1,934.48 consists
     of the following: Re-wiring of the        existing north panel
     at the BIC to keep the parking lot lights operational.
           ∞ Change Order #015 in the amount of $7,747.05 consists
     of the following: Re-configure the        parking lot panels on
     the north and south sides of the BIC to provide proper voltage
     to the controlled parking areas and parking assistant call
     boxes.
           ∞ Change Order #016 in the amount of $5,426.35 consists
     of the following: Repair the water        main break in Lot B.
           ∞ Change Order #017 in the amount of $2,022.30 consists
     of the following: Install additional      road signage at the
     MAC drop-off area.
           ∞ Change Order #019 in the amount of $45,000.00 consists
     of the following: This is an allowance for removal of
     unsuitable material for stage 5.

     11.02 APPROVE BOARD CHANGE ORDERS – None.

     11.03 CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES
FOR BIC/SRC               PROJECT #727 – Removed from Consent
Agenda.




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     11.04 AUTHORITY TO PROCEED WITH HCNS/SRC BRIDGE – THAT THE
BOARD APPROVE A           CHANGE ORDER TO GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY
FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES                                       DUE TO
THE ADDITION OF A BRIDGE CONNECTOR BETWEEN HCNS AND SRC FOR A
     FEE AMOUNT OF $2,350,000.

     11.05 BOARD POLICY & PROCEDURE #6106, CONSTRUCTION SERVICES –
THAT THE             BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE REVISED BOARD
POLICY AND PROCEDURE                                          #6106,
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES.
     In an advisory comment, Whitten indicated preference for the
motion. On roll call, voting aye:                          Wessel,
Wozniak, Carlin, Nowak, Snyder and McKinnon. Motion carried
unanimously.

11.03 CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR
BIC/SRC PROJECT      #727 – Nowak moved, Snyder seconded, THAT THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVE THE                               CONTRACT
FOR ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING SERVICES WITH LOEBL SCHLOSSMAN &
      HACKL, 233 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE, SUITE 300, CHICAGO, IL 60601,
FOR FACILITY    CONDITION ASSESSMENT, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
ADMINISTRATION SERVICES FOR                                 THE BERG
INSTRUCTIONAL CENTER (BIC) AND STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER (SRC)
      BUILDINGS AND DIRECT THE COLLEGE ATTORNEY TO NEGOTIATE A
CONTRACT FOR AN      AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $5,327,900 IN FEES AND
$145,950 IN REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES.

     The Board discussed this item at length and clarified with
College Counsel that they have the right to                say yes
or no to services, depending on how the costs break down, without
any penalties. In addition, the Board directed College Counsel to
be certain that the cost estimates are well defined in     the
agreement.

     Nowak amended his motion, Snyder seconded the amended motion,
THAT THE BOARD OF    TRUSTEES APPROVE THE CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECTURAL
& ENGINEERING SERVICES    WITH LOEBL SCHLOSSMAN & HACKL, 233 NORTH
MICHIGAN AVENUE, SUITE 300, CHICAGO,                        IL 60601,
FOR FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
     ADMINISTRATION SERVICES FOR THE BERG INSTRUCTIONAL CENTER (BIC)
AND STUDENT    RESOURCE CENTER (SRC) BUILDINGS AND DIRECT THE
COLLEGE ATTORNEY TO NEGOTIATE A CONTRACT FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO
EXCEED $5,327,900 IN FEES AND                               $145,950
IN REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES, SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF THE BOARD OF
     TRUSTEES TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT BASED UPON CERTAIN COST
     ESTIMATES. (Amendment shown in italics.)
     In an advisory comment, Whitten indicated preference for the
amended motion. On roll call, voting                       aye on
the amended motion: Snyder, Wessel, Wozniak, Carlin, Nowak and
McKinnon. Amended motion carried unanimously.
12.   CLOSED SESSION – None.
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13. APPROVAL OF CLOSED SESSION MINUTES – Wessel moved, Snyder
seconded, THAT THE CLOSED SESSION MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD FROM
5:01 P.M. TO 5:55 P.M. BE     APPROVED. On voice vote, motion
carried unanimously.

14. ADJOURN – AT 7:15 p.m., Snyder moved, Wessel seconded, THAT THE
MEETING BE    ADJOURNED. On voice vote, motion carried
unanimously.


                                    By:
                                            Karen V. Neely, Board
Secretary


Approved:   August 23, 2007



By:
      Micheal E. McKinnon, Board Chairman




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