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									                                   TENTATIVE AGENDA


              SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT


       MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                       TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2004
          ROOM 105, LIBRARY BUILDING, SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
          28000 MARGUERITE PARKWAY, MISSION VIEJO, CALIFORNIA 92692


  CALL TO ORDER (FOLLOWED BY PUBLIC COMMENTS/CLOSED SESSION): 5:00 P.M.
           RECONVENE OPEN SESSION: 7:00 P.M.

                                       AGENDA


CALL TO ORDER: 5:00 P.M.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
       Members of the public may address the board on items listed below to be
       discussed in closed session.    Speakers are limited to two
       minutes each.

RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF
  THE FOLLOWING:

A. Public Employee Appointment, Employment, Evaluation of Performance,
     Discipline, Dismissal, Release (GC 54957):
      1. Public Employee Performance Evaluation and Appointment
              a. Chancellor
              b. Deputy Chancellor
              c. Vice Chancellor, Educational Services
              d. Vice President, Student Services, SC
              e. Dean, Counseling Services and Special Programs, SC
              f. Dean, Business Sciences, Workforce, and Economic Dev., SC
              g. Dean, Social and Behavioral Sciences, SC
              h. Dean, Advanced Technology and Applied Science, SC
              i. Dean, Liberal Arts and Learning Resources, SC
              j. Dean, Mathematics, Science and Engineering, SC
              k. Dean, Fine Arts, Physical Ed., and Athletics, SC
              l. Dean, Health Sci., Human Services, and Emeritus Institute, SC
              m. Asst. Dean, Athletic Director, SC
              n. Asst. Dean, Health Sci., Human Services, and Emeritus Institute, SC
              o. President, IVC
              p. Vice President, Instruction, IVC
              q. Dean, Business and Social Sciences, IVC

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            r. Dean, Advanced Technology, IVC
            s. Director, Center for Applied and Competitive Tech., IVC
            t. Director, Information Technology, District
      2. Public Employee Employment/Evaluation of Performance
            a. Dean, SC
            b. Police Officer, IVC
      3. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release (10)

B. Conference with Labor Negotiators (GC 54957.6):
      1. Negotiators – Dr. Raghu Mathur; SOCCCD Faculty Association
      2. Negotiators – Dr. Raghu Mathur; SOCCCD Police Officers Association
      3. Negotiators – Dr. Raghu Mathur; Unrepresented Employees – All
            Classified Leadership Positions
      4. Negotiators – President of the Board or President’s Designee;
            Unrepresented Employee - Chancellor

C. Conference with Legal Counsel (GC 54956.9)
     1. Pending Litigation (GC 54956.9[a]) -
             a. Mora v. Mathur
             b. Franzoni v. SOCCCD
             c. CSEA, et al., v. SOCCCD Board of Trustees
             d. IVC Academic Senate, etc., et al., v. SOCCCD Board of Trustees
             e. Faculty Association v. SOCCCD, Unfair Practice Charge No.
                    LA-CE-4514-E
             f. Carl v. SOCCCD
             g. Merryman v. SOCCCD
             h. Gensler v. SOCCCD
     2. Significant Exposure to Litigation (GC 54956.9[b][1] and [3][A]) – Four
             Potential Cases
     3. Initiation of Litigation (GC 54956.9[c]) – Three New Cases

RECONVENE OPEN SESSION: 7:00 P.M.

ACTIONS TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

INVOCATION
    Led by Trustee Williams

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    Led by Trustee Lang

RESOLUTIONS/PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS
    IVC 2004 Badminton State Champions


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PUBLIC COMMENTS
     Members of the public may address the board on any item on the agenda at
     this time or during consideration of the item. Items not on the agenda that
     are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the board may also be addressed
     at this time. Speakers are limited to two minutes each.

BOARD AND CHANCELLOR’S REPORTS/BOARD REQUESTS FOR
REPORTS
     Section 54954.2(a) of the Ralph M. Brown Act states that "No action or
     discussion shall be undertaken on any item not appearing on the posted
     agenda, except that members of a legislative body or its staff may briefly
     respond to statements made or questions posed by persons exercising their
     public testimony rights under Section 54954.3. In addition, on their own
     initiative or in response to questions posed by the public, a member of a
     legislative body or its staff may ask a question for clarification, make a brief
     announcement, or make a brief report on his or her own activities.
     Furthermore, a member of a legislative body, or the body itself, subject to
     rules or procedures of the legislative body, may provide a reference to staff
     or other resources for factual information, request staff to report back to the
     body at a subsequent meeting concerning any matter, or take action to direct
     staff to place a matter of business on a future agenda."
     Speakers are limited to two minutes each.

     1.    BOARD/CHANCELLOR’S REPORTS/REQUESTS FOR
           REPORTS

           a.    BOARD REPORTS

           b.    CHANCELLOR’S REPORT

           c.    BOARD REQUESTS FOR STAFF REPORTS

APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS (Items 2 through 27)
     All matters on the consent calendar are to be approved in one
     motion unless a board member requests separate action on a
     specific item.

     2.    MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS
           Regular meeting of October 26, 2004.

     3.    IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE: CAMPUS CONCERTS
           CONTRACT
           Contract with Pat Maki, Campus Concerts, to provide
           musicians and soloists for a performance on November 13,
           2004, for the amount of $5,400.


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4.    IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE: COMMUNITY EDUCATION
      Courses, presenters, and compensation for Spring 2005.

5.    SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: COMMUNITY EDUCATION
      Courses, presenters, and compensation for Spring 2005.

6.    SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: SPECIAL TOPICS COURSE
      Architecture 289 course/field trip titled Design in Arizona,
      Riverside, and Palm Springs.

7.    SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: GUEST SPEAKER HONORARIA
      Honoraria in the total amount of $1,500 for Spring 2005
      Semester Distinguished Lecture Series guest speakers.

8.    SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: THEATER EQUIPMENT
      UPGRADE, PKG. A, CHANGE ORDER
      Change Order 2 increasing the contract with LVH
      Entertainment Systems by $75,931.

9.    SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
      Study abroad in Vietnam and Cambodia for Summer 2005.

10.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
      Agreement with Charles Willis to provide documentation
      for course syllabi and resource information for the NSF
      grant for an amount not to exceed $11,000.

11.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
      Agreement with James Arnott to provide documentation
      for course syllabi and resource information for the NSF
      grant for an amount not to exceed $11,000.

12.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: AMENDMENT TO
      CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
      Amendment to agreement with DEAFinitely Professional
      Interpreting Services to act a referral source for interpreter
      services provided as needed for $26,080.

13.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: AMENDMENT TO
      CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
      Amendment to agreement with Quick Caption to act as a
      referral source for real time captioning services provided
      as needed for $10,140.

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14.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
      HONORARIA
      Honoraria in the amount of $500 for Dr. Abi Blakeslee’s
      presentation at the Women’s Conference on March 4, 2005.

15.   SOCCCD: CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
      Agreement with Public Economics to provide
      Redevelopment Consultant Services for the Great Park
      Project at a cost of $10,000.

16.   SOCCCD: NOTICE OF COMPLETION
      Filing of Notices for Pkgs. J, L, O, S, T, W and BB for the
      Health Sci./District Ofcs. Bldg. project.

17.   SOCCCD: CHANGE ORDERS
      Approval of COR’s 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, and 77 for the
      Health Sci./District Ofcs. Bldg. project decreasing the
      project cost by $6,186.

18.   SOCCCD: COURSE MANAGEMENT/DISTANCE
      EDUCATION SOFTWARE UPGRADE
      Contract with the Community College Foundation for
      annual Blackboard Course Management System license
      renewal for $104,500.

19.   SOCCCD: AGREEMENT RENEWAL
      Approval of the annual renewal service fee with
      PeopleAdmin, Inc., who provides software systems to
      automate the recruitment process, for $23,500.

20.   SOCCCD: CHANGE ORDER
      Change Order 3 requesting a time extension by GMF
      Sound to complete the audio visual system installation in
      the Health Sci./District Ofcs. Bldg.

21.   SOCCCD: AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT
      Amendment to modify the scope for services for
      management of audio visual installation in the Health
      Sci./District Ofcs. Bldg. increasing the contract with TV
      Magic, Inc., by $41,110.

22.   TRANSFER OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS
      Budget transfers as delineated.

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     23.   BUDGET AMENDMENT: 2004-05 RESTRICTED
           GENERAL
           Adoption of Resolution 04-32 to amend the 2004-05
           Adopted Budget.

     24.   PURCHASE ORDERS/CONFIRMING REQUISITIONS
           Purchase orders 01616 through 01811 totaling
           $2,241,586.40, and confirming requisitions dated 10/9/04
           through 10/29/04 totaling $137,372.61.

     25.   PAYMENT OF BILLS
           Checks 0033292 through 034055 totaling $3,904,105.61;
           Saddleback College Community Education checks 8010
           though 8033 totaling $35,292.79.

     26.   GIFTS TO THE DISTRICT AND FOUNDATIONS
           Acceptance of various donated items.

     27.   TRUSTEES’ REQUESTS FOR TRAVEL AND/OR LOCAL
           MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
           Requests to attend upcoming conferences and events
           and/or local mileage reimbursement.

INFORMATION ITEMS

     ITEMS FOR INFORMATION ONLY

     28.   SOCCCD: LOCALLY FUNDED PROJECTS PROGRESS
           REPORT
           Status of locally funded construction projects.

     29.   SOCCCD: MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT
           Adopted budget, revised budget, and transactions through
           the end of the prior month.

     30.   SOCCCD: CONTRACTS UNDER $5,000
           Summary of contracts for October/November 2004.

     31.   SOCCCD: TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORK
           SECURITY MANAGER
           Information on new position.



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     32.   SOCCCD: DOMESTIC PARTNER BENEFIT COVERAGE
           Information on the new laws and effect on the district.

     33.   SOCCCD: ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-06 NONRESIDENT
           TUITION FEES
           Information on proposed fees for foreign and out-of-state
           students.

DEPUTY CHANCELLOR’S ITEMS (Items 34 through 37)
     ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL

     34.   ACADEMIC PERSONNEL ACTIONS
           Additional Compensation; Academic Temporary Part-
           Time/Substitute Staff; Teaching Assignment during
           Sabbatical Leave.

     35.   CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL ACTIONS
           New Personnel Appointments; Volunteers; Change of
           Status; Authorization to Establish and Announce Classified
           Position; Resignation/Retirement/Conclusion of
           Employment; Authorization to Establish A New Position
           to the Nonbargaining Unit, Temporary Short Term Hourly;
           Authorization to Revise the Salary Schedule for
           Nonbargaining Unit Professional Expert.

     36.   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE: PURCHASE AND
           INSTALLATION OF DESKTOP COMPUTERS
           Purchase of 250 Dell computers by piggybacking on
           Western States Contracting Alliance Master Price
           Agreement 92-00151 for $393,479.44.

     37.   SOCCCD: IBM STORAGE AREA NETWORK (SAN) –
           AGILYSYS, INC.
           Purchase of Agilysys SAN solution and installation
           services through CMAS Contract for $183,851.

VICE CHANCELLOR’S ITEMS (Item 38)
  EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
     ACCEPTANCE FOR REVIEW AND STUDY




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     38.   MISCELLANEOUS BOARD POLICIES: 4000 SERIES
           Review and study of miscellaneous policies in the
           Personnel Section of the manual.

REPORTS

     Per unanimous board approval, the reports by the following individuals
     should be written and submitted to the board prior to board meetings. The
     reports may be given verbally, however, if enough time remains prior to the
     board approved meeting adjournment time of 10:00 p.m.
     Speakers are limited to two minutes each.

     39.   PRESIDENTS’/PROVOST’S/GOVERNANCE GROUPS’
           REPORTS
           a.   Presidents
           b.   Provost
           c.   Student Government Reports
                       Associated Student Government of
                       Saddleback College
                       Associated Students of Irvine Valley College
           d.   Academic Senates' Reports
                       Saddleback College Academic Senate
                       Irvine Valley College Academic Senate
           e.   Faculty Association Report
           f.   California School Employees Association Report
           g.   Classified Senates' Reports
                       Saddleback College Classified Senate
                       Irvine Valley College Classified Senate
                       District Classified Senate
           h.   Police Officers’ Association Report

CORRESPONDENCE

     40.   CORRESPONDENCE
           Items of correspondence submitted by the district and
           colleges for the board’s information.

ADJOURNMENT (OR RECESS TO CONTINUE CLOSED SESSION IF
  REQUIRED): 10:00 P.M.




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