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DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES

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									               DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                       BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                   MINUTES - REGULAR MEETING
                         JULY 20, 1995
       COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS    -
                                 LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM

  I.    CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
        The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chr. Suitt,
        followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 11.    ROLL CALL:
        Trustees Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt, and Student
                                 -
        Trustee Marie Gardner Palm Desert, were present. (Mr.
        House arrived later.)
111.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF JUNE 15. 1995:
        It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mrs. McDonald,
        to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of June 15,
        1995. Motion carried.
IV.     PUBLIC COMMENTS:      None.
 V.     REPORTS :
        1.   Governins Board -       None.
        2.   Academic Senate -       None.
        3.   =-None.
        4.   --
             CCA   Char Whitaker called the Boardts attention to
             the letter concerning negotiations with CCA that
             will be undertaken in the Fall. They are looking
             forward to positive negotiations and doing their
             best to promote the llissues-based"concept so that
             they will be able to reach agreement sometime in
             the early Fall semester. She added that if the
             Board has questions, she would be glad to answer
             them and/or she could be reached in the Library.


        6.                       -
                               Marie Gardner, Student Trustee -
             Palm Desert, announced that the students have
             obtained over 200 discounts for the ID card.
             Events are being planned for the Fall and money
             amounts have now been attached to them so the
             budget can be completed.
       A.   State of the Colleae - Dr. George announced
            the topics for the study session following the
            meeting, which will be an open session. He
            requested that the Board add any topics that
            they would like to hear more about.
            President George stated that he had attended
            the Indio Council meeting the previous evening
            and they are considering a feasibility study
            for the El Morocco Hotel as a potential site
            for Eastern Valley Center (EVC).      He added
            that there are major questions to be answered.
            He continued by informing the Board that the
            Executive Committee had spent the entire
            previous day at a meeting at his home with
            about half of the agenda completed.
            Provost Pulliam was recognized and spoke about
            the Southern California Edison project which
            will be completed in the Fall.        He also
            announced that Copper Mountain had been asked
            to host the Regional Economic Development
            Consortium.
            Mr. Owen Gillick then told about the campus
            improvements for which the Friends had donated
            money.
                                                             i
       B.   Recoanition Items   -  New Copper Mountain
            faculty members Cathy Itnyre and Gregory
            Gilbert were introduced to the Board by Dean
            John Madden.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
Items C-9, A-9, and B-2 were removed from the Consent
Agenda.
It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr. Hayden,
that the Consent Calendar be approved as follows. Motion
carried.
A-2    Classified - Resignations
A-3    Classified - Extension of Assignments
A-4    Classified - Reclassification
A-5    Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
A-8    Hourly Personnel - Adjunct Faculty
A-10   Faculty Resignation
B-3    Out-of-District Travel
               Payroll #12
               Approval of Warrant Lists
               Bid #B-95-1 Cooling Tower Blowdown
               Bid #B-95-3 Diesel Fuel Tank
               Bid #B-95-11 Nursery Stock
               Bid #B-95-12 Planting of Nursery Stock
               Bid #B-95-13 Removal of Asbestos Tile
               Bid #B-95-14 Replacement of Tile and Painting
               Bid #B-95-15 Lighting Retrofit
VII   .   AGENDA:
          A.   PERSONNEL SERVICES:
               1.   Classified   -   Awpointments
                    It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Dr.
                    Sandler, to ratify the appointment of the
                    following individuals on the effective dates
                    indicated. Motion carried.
                    Susan Berkman, Workability I11 Job Developer,
                    Range 16, Step A, $6,638.40 annually, .30 FTE,
                    for 40 weeks between August 1, 1995 and June
                    30, 1996.
                    Gail Booth, Admissions & Records Technician,
                    Range 8, Step A, $19,799 annually, 1.00 FTE,
                    effective July 18, 1995.
               2.   Classified   -   Resianations
                    Motion to ratify the resignation of the
                    following individuals on the effective dates
                    indicated:
                    Helen    Cunningham,     Accompanist,     504
                    hours/academic year, effective June 1, 1995.
                    Janice Jones, Workability I11 Job Developer,
                    effective July 2, 1995.
               3.   Classified   -   Extension of Assianments
                    Motion to ratify the extension of assignments
                    for the following individuals as indicated:
                    Laura     Edvalson,       Clerk    Typist
                    III/Matriculation, effective June 1 - 30,
                    1995.
     Brenda   Finnicum,   Instructional Support
     Assistant, Developmental Education, CMC,
     effective June 14      -
                        July 27, 1995.
     Patt Gaynor, Secretary II/Disabled      Student
     Programs, June 14      -
                       July 20, 1995.
     Michael    Hadley,    Instructional    Support
     Assistant, Fine Arts, effective June 19 - July
     27, 1995.
     Helen Hale, Secretary 11, Title 111, effective
     June 14 - 29, 1995.
     Stephanie   Harrington, Child    Development
                                         -
     Specialist, effective June 19 July 20, 1995.
     LaVonne Lindberg, Child Development Assistant,
     effective June 19 - July 20, 1995.
     Trina McMahon, Child Development Specialist,
     effective June 19      -
                        July 20, 1995.
     Daryl Murphy, Instructional Support Assistant,
     DSP&S, June 19     -
                      July 20, 1995.
     Sherry    Valentine,     Child  Development
                                         -
     Specialist, effective June 19 July 20, 1995.
     Mary Wolf, Food Service Worker 11, Child
     Development Center, effective June 19 - July
     20, 1995.
4.   Classified   -   Reclassification
     Motion to ratify the reclassification of the
     following individuals on the effective dates
     indicated:
     Diane Blietz-Hertberg, from Development Office
     Assistant,    CMC  to    Development    Office
     Assistant/Media Specialist, CMC, effective
     July 1, 1995.
     Carolyn Emanuel, from Secretary II/Of fice of
     the Provost, CMC to Provost Office Assistant,
     CMC, effective July 1, 1995.
     Patt Gaynor, from Secretary II/DSP&S to DSP&S
     Assistant, effective July 1, 1995.
                                                       I
      Cherry Ketchem, from Secretary II/Public
      Information Office, 12 months to Public
      Information Technician, 10 months, effective
      July 1, 1995.
      Marlene Reynolds, from Purchasing Clerk to
      Purchasing Assistant, effective July 1, 1995.
5.    Hourlv Personnel   -   Classified/Students/Tutors
      Motion to ratify the         employment of the
      Classified      Hourly        Personnel    and
      Students/Tutors    as        listed    on  the
      attachment(s).
6.    CSEA Contract Pro~osal - Public Hearinq         -
      Classified
      The Board of Trustees conducted a public
      hearing regarding the CSEA contract proposal.
      No comments were received.
7.    Facultv Association        CCA/CTA/NEA   Contract
      Pro~osal
      The Board of Trustees received the College of
      the Desert Faculty Association CCA/CTA/NEA
      proposal as presented.
8.    Hourlv Personnel   - Adjunct   Faculty
      Motion to approve the part-time hourly
      employment of those individuals named on the
      attached list(s).
9.    Em~lovmentAqreements
      It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
      Hayden, to ratify the listing of employment
      agreements as presented. Motion carried.
10.   Facultv Resiqnation
      It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
      Hayden, to ratify the resignation of the
      following individual on the effective date
      indicated:
      Richard Friend, Associate Professor, Culinary
      Arts, 1.00 FTE, effective August 2, 1995.
B.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
     1.   Out-of-State/Country Travel
          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler, to approve out-of-country travel for
          William   Kohl   to    participate    in   the
          International Paper Symposium in Kyoto, Japan,
          October 3 through october 9, 1995.      Motion
          carried.
     2.   Out-of-Country Travel
          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler, to approve out-of-country travel for
          Professor   William   Kohl   to   attend   an
          International Paper Symposium to be held in
          Kyoto, Japan from September 30 to October 5,
          1995. Motion carried.
     3.   Out-of-District Travel
          Motion to ratify Out-of-District travel for
          Dan M. Baxley and Colin Messer to attend a
          grant writing meeting in Phoenix, AZ, July 6-
          8, 1995.

C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
     1.   Payroll #12
                                                           I
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          Motion to approve Payroll #12 in the amount of
          $918,317.49 as follows:
               Certificated        $    494,345.16
               Classified               423,972.33
                         TOTAL     $    918,317.49
     2.   Approval of Warrant Lists
          Motion to ratify the warrant lists in the
          amount of $1,142,169.32.
     3.   Bid #B-95-1 Coolinq Tower Blowdown
          Motion to accept as complete as of May 5,
          1995, Bid #B-95-1, Cooling Tower Blowdown,
          Purnel Construction, General Contractor.
4.   Bid #B-95-3 Diesel Fuel Tank
     Motion to accept as complete as of June 5,
     1995, Bid #B-95-3, Diesel Fuel Tank, Contract
     Surety Consultants, acting as the general
     contractor.
5.   Bid #B-95-11 Nursery Stock
     Motion to award Bid #B-95-11 Nursery Stock to
     Randy G. Meyers in the amount of $23,315.48.
6.   Bid #B-95-12 Plantinq of Nursery Stock
     Motion to award Bid #B-95-12 Planting of
     Nursery Stock to Carter and Carter Landscape,
     in the amount of $12,701.50.
7.   Bid #B-95-13 Removal of Asbestos Tile
     Motion to ratify the award of Bid #B-95-13 for
     the Removal of Asbestos Tile to REMTECH
     Restoration Corporation in the amount of
     $37,124.00.
8.   Bid #B-95-14 Re~lacementof Tile and Paintinq
     Motion to ratify the award of Bid #B-95-14 for
     the Replacement of Tile and Painting to SET0
     Construction in the amount of $62,800.00.
9.   Bid #B-95-15 Liahtina Retrofit
     It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
     Hayden, to grant the Supt./President the
     authorization to award and sign a contract for
     Bid #B-95-15 Lighting Retrofit.         Motion
     carried.
ADDENDUM
10. Approval of First Amendment of Contract
    Reqardinq Joint OccuDancv Aqreement-Drivinq
    Ranae
     It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Dr.
     Sandler, that the Board approve the First
     Amendment to Joint Occupancy Agreement between
     the Desert Community College District and
     College Golf Center Partnership, A General
     Partnership, dated July 1, 1995.        Motion
     carried.
            11.   Chanqe in Effective Date of Seventh Amendment
                  to the Master Aqreement BY & Between the
                  District & DCCD Auxiliarv Services
                  It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr.
                  Sandler, that the Board approve the change in
                  the effective date of the seventh Amendment to
                  the Master Agreement with the Desert Community
                  College District Auxiliary Services to read:
                  "EFFECTIVE DATE OF AGREEMENT: This Agreement
                  shall be effective and coincide with the
                  effective date of a Contract with an unrelated
                  third party for the operation of the property
                  known as the Golf Driving Range."
                  Motion carried.
 IX.   AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
       A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
            GRAFSKY) - CALIFORNIA TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION (CTA)
            AND CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CSEA)
            PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.
       B.   PURSUANT TO           SECTION 54956(H)    REAL    PROPERTY
            TRANSACTIONS     --    MEETING WITH CONSULTANT.
       C.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED            LITIGATION,
            PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
 X.    RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION        --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
       CLOSED SESSION.
       A.   No action.
       B.   No action.
       C.   No action.
XI.    ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 ,
       1995 AT 9:00 A.M. IN THE BOARD ROOM, PALM DESERT CAMPUS.



                          Approved:
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL    -   Employment Listing
A.   Short-term:
       1.   COLLINS, Glenda
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 250 hours total
            May 11 - June 30, 1995
      2.    DOTSON, John
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
            June 1 - 27, 1995
      3.    KLASSEN, Rachelle
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 140 hours total
                   -
            May 11 September 30, 1995
      4.    MOSHER, Eric
            On-Call Custodian
            8-A, $9.37 per hour
            June 27, 1995 as needed
      5.    SANIN, Bertha (substitute)
            Clerk Typist II/Copy Center
            5-A, $8.10 per hour, not to exceed 340 hours total
            June 2 until Rosa Limon returns to work
       6.   TROUPE, Kathryn
            Registration Worker, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                   -
            June 7 August 30, 1995
       7.   VENTURA, Michael
            Registration Worker, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                   -
            June 1 August 30, 1995
B. Students/Tutors:
      1. BRONCHO, Sara
          Tutor, EMT, CMC
          $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                       -
          June 19 July 25, 1995
       2.   CAMPBELL-ELLIS, Donna
            Tutor, DSP&S, $6.04 per hour
                           -
            January 20 June 10, 1995
       3.   CHAN, Wan-Fung
            Tutor, Math
            $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                       -
            June 20 July 31, 1995
COCHRANE, Naomi
Tutor, Chlld Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 25 hours per week
June 19    -
          July 20, 1995
CORTEZ, Ricardo
Student Worker, Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
June 22    -
          July 31, 1995
DAVIS, Marjorie
Student Worker, Maintenance
$5.06 per hour
July 1 - 28, 1995
FOREST, Kim
Student Worker, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours
June 1 - 15, 1995
MEYER, Danae
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 25 hours per week
June 19    -
          July 20, 1995
NEW,
  Aurianna
Student Worker, Library
$5.06 per hour
June 1, 1995 as assigned when needed
OLIVER, Elizabeth
Student Worker, DSP&S
$5.06 per hour
June 1 - 30, 1995
QUIROZ, Irene
Tutor, Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
June 19    -
          July 31, 1995
RABAGO, Adela
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 25 hours per week
June 19    -
          July 20, 1995
REYNOLDS, Richard
Student Worker, DSP&S
$5.06 per hour
June 1 - 30, 1995
14.   SCOTT, Wanda
      Student Worker, Computer Science, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 16 hours per week
      June 19 - July 20, 1995
15.   TUCKER, Jorge
      Tutor, Math
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      June 21 - July 31, 1995
16.   WALTON, Teresa
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour as needed
      June 19 - July 20, 1995
17.   WILSON, Raechele
      Student Worker, Writing Lab
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      June 19 - July 31, 1995
18.   ZERSCHLING, Sheila
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 25 hours per week
      June 19 - July 20, 1995
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                     M E M O R A N D U M
Date:       July 6, 1995
To:        Y~ac~ulyn Weiss
            Director of Personnel     .   0
From:       Suzann Pell, Director $
            Educational Support Services
Subject:    Adjunct Faculty & Full Time Overload,         ..........................................................................
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                                                                                                         NON
 NAME                 DEPARTMENT              LOCATION   CREDIT                                        CREDIT

 BALLANTYNE, Sue      EOPS                      COD
 GERKEN, Deeann       Nursing                   COD
 GETZ, Leslie         Develop. Educ   .         COD
 HACKETT, Eileen      Nursing                   COD
   (SUB)
 LARSON, Les          Math                     COD
   (SUB)
 LYNCH, Mary          Student Services         COD
   (SUB)
 OLAUSON, Donna       Student Services         COD
   (SUB)
 SANCHEZ, Gabriela Develop. Educ.              COD
                                     College of the Desert

                          COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS
                                             fie
                      6162 Rotary Way, Post O f c Box 1398,Joshua Tree, Ct\ 92252




                                                  MEMORANDUM


TO:      Personnel
FROM :   J.
SUBJ:    Board Agenda Item
         Summer 1995 Adjunct Faculty
DATE :   June 6, 1995

                                                                                        Credit/Non Credit
Name                      Course Title                           Location               Communitv Service

BRENNER, Samuel           College Algebra                           MCB                 Credit
GIANNINI, Carol           Emer Med Tech I                           MCB                 Credit
HETTIG, Robert            General Psychology                        MCB                 Credit
STANIFER, Thomas          Intro Expos Wrtg                          MCB                 Credit
ZIMARIK, Susan            Working Families                          MCB                 Credit
                          Being Class Manager                       MCB                 Credit
                          ECE Professionalism                       MCB                 Credit




                  A Campiis o j t h e Desert C o t n m u n i t y C o l l e g e D i s t r i c t
                                College of the Desert

                       COPPER MOUNTAIN CArvIPUS
                    6162 Rotary Way, Post Office Box 1398, Joshua Tree, C A 92252




 TO:            Personnel
 FROM :         J. Pulliam
 SUBJ :         Board Agenda Item
                Fall 1995 Community Service
 DATE :         June 6, 1995

 Name                                       Course Title                            Location

 BEEMAN, Frederick                          TVS                                     CMC
 DELLA ZOPPA, Peggy                         Cert Food Workrs                        CMC
 HERMANN, Frederic                          TVS                                     CMC
 LAFERRIERE, Elizabeth                      Floral Design                           MCB
 PECORELLA, John                            TVS                                     CMC
 SCHICK, Beverly                            Sign Lang Beg A/B                       YVHS
* STEAD, Roxanne                            CPR                                     CMC
* WADDELL, Dale                             CPR                                     CMC
* WHARFF, Jim                               Metal Detecting                         CMC




 *         First Assignment at CMC




                A Canlplis of the Desert Community College District

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                                    College of the Desert
                                                                                                       6191366.3791
                          COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS                                                       6191367-3591
                                                                                                       6191369-061-f
                      6162 Rotary Way, Post    fie
                                              O f cBox 1398,Joshua Tree, CA       92252            Fax 6191366.397)




TO:          Personnel
FROM:

SUBJ:     Board Agenda Item
          Fall 1995 Adjunct Faculty
DATE :    June 6, 1995

Nama                              Course Title                       Location

ADAMS, Dennis                     Adult Basic Ed                     CMC              Non-Credit
AFFLICK, Rosemarie                Accounting I                       CMC              Credit
                                  Tax Acctg I-Ind.                   CMC              Credit
                                  Computer Acctg                     CMC              Credit
                                  Auto Acct Pract                    CMC              Credit
AINSWORTH, Chester                General Logic                      CMC              Credit
ALLEN. CATHY                      Life Drawing                       CMC              Credit
                                  Painting/Oil                       CMC              Credit
BLAU, William                      Intro to Ethics                   CMC              Credit
BOND, Eric                        Wgt ~ r / ~ e g                                     Credit
BOTTORFF , Tera                   Elem Biology Lab                   CMC              Credit
BRADLEY, David                     Intro Windows/DOS                 CMC              Credit
BRENNER, Samuel                   Statistic Meth                     CMC              Credit
                                  Intermed Algebra                   CMC              Credit
BROOKS, Rosetta                    Intro to Art                      CMC              Credit
BROWER, David                     Intro Sociology                    CMC              Credit
                                  Persp Death/Dying                  CMC              Credit
                                  Soc/Crit Thinking                  CMC              Credit




                  A C a m p u s of t h e Desert C o t n m u n i t y College D i s t r i c t
                                                                     ---
Board Agenda Item
June 6, 1995
Page Two




Name                   Course Title         Location   Credit/Non-Credit
BURTON, Ann            College Algebra      CMC        Credit
BYRD, James            Auto Electric I1     CMC        Credit
                       Eng Perf I NATEF     CMC        Credit
CADE, Ross             Intro Network Adm    CMC        Credit
CASE, Glenda           Gen Psychology       MCB        Credit
                       Human Sexuality      CMC        Credit
CHAO, Mary             Intro Human Comm.    CMC        Credit
CHERAZ, Lois                     on
                       Freshman C r p I     MCB        Credit
                       Intro Exposit Wrtg   MCB        Credit
CHRISTENSEN, Lee Ann   Elem Algebra         MCB        Credit
COLE, John             College Algebra      MCB        Credit
CORNETT, Will i r
               an      Auto Trans I         CMC        Credit
                       Auto Trans I1        CMC        Credit
                       Automotive Lab       CMC        Credit
COWDERY, Richard       Fund of Chemistry    TPHS       Credit
COXSON, Betty          Comp & Literature    CMC        Credit
                       Intro Expos Wrtg     CMC        Credit
CROUTER, V. Marge      Accounting I         CMC        Credit
                       Accounting I1        CMC        Credit
DIXON, Glenn           Princpl/Invest       CMC        Credit
                       Crml Substantv Law   CMC        Credit
GENTRY, Jan                                 CMC        Credit

GIANNINI , Carol       EMT Refresher        CMC        Credit
GILLICK, Audrey        Paint/Water Color               Credit
                       Paint Workshop                  Credit
Board Agenda Item
June 6, 1995
Page Three



Name                Course Title        Location

GRACE, Elsie        Paint/Water         CMC        Credit
                    Paint/Oil           CMC        Credit
                    Paint/Workshop      CMC        Credit
                    Paint/Desert Land   CMC        Credit
GRIMM, Fred         Pers/Social Adj     CMC        Credit
GUTHRIE, Anna       Freshman Comp I     CMC        Credit
HARDIN, Diane       Gen Microbiology    CMC        Credit
HARMAN, Robert      Earth Science       TPHS       Credit
                    Earth Science Lab   CMC        Credit
*HART, Jim          Intro Sociology     MCB        Credit
HARTLEY, Gordon     Counseling          CMC        Non-Credit
HETTIG, Robert      Gen Psychology                 Credit
*HINTON, Margaret   Soc/Crit Think      CMC        Credit
KIRK, Stuart        Adult Basic Ed      CMC        Non-Credit
LARSEN, Bruce       Accounting I        MCB        Credit
                    Accounting I1       CMC        Credit
                    Intro to Acctg      MCB        Credit
LAWLESS, Doris      Intro Early Child   CMC        Credit
                    Child Growth Dev    TPHS       Credit
LAWLESS, James      Computer Acctg      CMC        Credit
                    Prin/Microeconorn   MCB        Credit
LOWELL, Ralph       Intro/Network Prog CMC         Credit
                    Intro/Computer Sci CMC         Credit
MANCINI , Thomas    Intro to Music      CMC        Credit
MECHAM, Arvel       Medical Term        MCB        Credit
MENLEY, Charles     Pce Off Rsrv I1     CMC        Credit
Board Agenda Item
June 6 , 1995
Page Four



                    Course Title         Location   Credit/Non-Credit

MITZ, Art           U. S. History        CMC        Credit
MOATS, Kenneth      Adult Basic Educ     CMC        Non-Credit
                    ESL Conv Skills      CMC        Non-Credit
MOODY, Leslie       Nursing Skills Lab   CMC        Credit
MORAN, Sandra       Childrens Lang/Lit   TPHS       Credit
MULLER, Mark        "C1'Lang Prog        CMC        Credit
                    Pascal Programing    CMC        Credit
NAFUS, Matthew      U. S. History        MCB        Credit
NEWLAND, Donna      Emerg Med Tech I     CMC        Credit
OHLFS, Debra        General Nutrition    CMC        Credit
                    General Nutrition    MCB        Credit
PALMER, Charles     Marrg&Fam Soc.Aprh CMC          Credit
                    Ado1 Psychology    CMC          Credit
                    Persp Death/Dying  CMC          Credit
PALMER, Danielle    Adult Basic Educ     CMC        Non-Credit
PECORELLA, John     Intro/Admin Jus      CMC        Credit
PENAFLOR, Deborah   Cmptr Apps/Win       MCB        Credit
                    Adv lotus 1-2-3      CMC        Credit
PITTS, Linda        Intro Health Sci     CMC        Credit
PLUMER, Sam         Counseling           CMC        Non-Credit
RAUCH, James        Wgt Training                    Credit
REIMAN, Steven      Sculpture            CMC        Credit
                    Papermaking          CMC        Credit
                    Painting/Water Col   CMC        Credit
                    Painting Workshop    CMC        Credit
RIGGS-CWNO, Mary    Elem. Spanish        MCB        Credit
SABEL, James        College Arithmetic   MCB        Credit
 Board Agenda Item
 June 6 , 1995
 Page Five



 -
 Name                       Course Title         Location   Credit/Non-Credit

 SCOTT, Wanda               Intro/Comp Sci Lab   CMC        Credit
 SEHESTEDT, Nellie         Beg Cmptr Keybrd      MCB        Credit
 SHEFFIELD, Lorraine       U. S. History         CMC        credit
 SLOTTA, Beverly           Beg/Int Wordperf      CMC        Credit
                           Beg/Int Wordperf      MCB        Credit
                           Adv Wordperfect       CMC        Credit
 SLOTTA, John              Beg Cmptr Keybrd      CMC        Credit
                           Office Sys & Pro      CMC        Credit
                           Fund Bus Comm         CMC        Credit
 SMETON, Robert            Medical Term          CMC        Credit
                           Suspension & Alig     CMC        Credit
                           Auto Steering         CMC        Credit
I STANIFER, Thomas         Basic Wrtg Skills     CMC        Credit
 SUNDERLAND, Jack           Int Algebra          MCB        Credit
 TEEL, Charles              or
                           C m n Relations       CMC        Credit
                                  -   I..



 TRAYNOR, Raymond          Adult Basic Ed        CMC        Non-Credit
 W C A N N O N , Delcie    History of Art        CMC        Credit
                           Intro Archeology      CMC        Credit
                           History Mod Art       CMC        Credit
 WILL, J . Edward          Acting I              CMC        Credit
 WITTWER, Dennis           Fund of Chem                     Credit
 ZIMARIK, Susan            Admin Prog Yng Ch     CMC        Credit
                           Child Safety          MCB        Credit
                           Child Hlt & Nutr      MCB        Credit



 *      First Assignment at CMC
    Announcement at Board of Trustees Meeting, Thursday, June 15, 1995.
\
           Good morning, Ladies and Gcntlemen. I am Carroll Daulton, president o l College of
    the Desert Adjunct Association.

           I sincerely regret having to announce that California Teachers Association is filing
    today three Unfair Labor Practice suits against the District on behalf of Mr. Robert Gorm6,
    Ms. Dee Wood, and Ms. Jane Doe. Jane Doe wishes to remain anonymous for the time
    being out of fear of retaliation. Information given me recently indicates that other such suits
    will probably follow.

           CTA attorneys will be in contact with the District for legal definitions, descriptions
    and schedules, and any contact with the three complainants by members of the District about
    their matters should be made through me as their authorized representative.

          I remain loyal to the District as do the three hundred members of my constituency.
    My job is to assure that the legal rights of the adjunct faculty arc protected, and that each
    member is treated fairly. That is exactly what I intend to do to the very best of my ability.

           Thank you.
             DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
             -

                     BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                 MINUTES - REGULAR MEETING
                     SEPTEMBER 8, 1995
              PALM DESERT CAMPUS     -
                                   BOARD ROOM

I.     CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
       The meeting was called to order by Chairman House,
       followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
11.    ROLL CALL:
       Trustees Hayden, House, Sandler, Suitt, Student Trustee
       Marie Gardner - Palm Desert, and Student Trustee Bob Race
       - Copper Mountain were present. Trustee McDonald was not
       present.
111.   APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF JULY 20, 1995
       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
       approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of July 20,
       1995. Motion carried.
 IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:     None.


       1.   Governinq Board    -
                              Mr. Hayden presented an overview
            of a report on block grants. Programs and funding
            will be changed and the Perkins Act will be
            revised.   This will affect us at the community
            college level, as well as the K-12 level.
            Dr. Sandler attended a meeting of the American
            Association of Physics Teachers in Spokane,
            Washington which was for the 2/yr. Physics
            teachers. They received a grant of over $1 million
            to study and prepare curriculum for the 2/year
            colleges. He will be receiving information which
            he will submit to the appropriate people here at
            the College.
            Mr. Hayden congratulated Suzann Pel1 for the Fall
            catalogue.
       2.   Academic Senate: - Norm Thu, President, introduced
            the new Vice-President Karen Tabor. He stated that
            they now have a good combination of younger and
            newer faculty who bring their enthusiasm and
            insights from various backgrounds combined with
            those who have been here for a few years. This
            will work to benefit the entire College community.
     Professor Thu added that the Senate will continue
     to work with the CTA and hope to continue to move
     cooperatively.    They have an important, busy
     academic agenda to enhance the teaching/learning
     environment at the College which will ensure that
     the students get the best education possible. He
     stated that the task/challenge is to create a
     college-wide    environment     of    collegiality,
     cooperation, and understanding.        He pledged
     personally to work toward that end with the support
     of the Senate leadership and hopes to get support
     of all the faculty, Trustees, and all members of
     the college community.     He said that with the
     Board's support, encouragement, and good will, it
     appears to be a challenging year which will be
     rewarding when the "dust all settlesI1.
3.   CSEA: - Joyce Moore, President, announced that the
     union had entered into negotiations on Sept. 26 and
     they, too, look forward to developing a cooperative
     relationship. She extended an invitation to the
     Board to contact her if they have questions.
4.   CCA: - Char Whitaker, President, stated that their
     group had an information/organization preliminary
     meeting with negotiation sessions to begin Sept.
     11. They anticipate an early closure in terms of
     an agreement, due to the fact that they are not
     working with a contract at this time.
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5.   CODAA: Judy Mandell, Vice-President and Bargaining
     Chr., said they had resumed bargaining and hope to    J
     have it completed by November. This group looks
     forward to working with the others during the year.
6.   Student Trustees: - Marie Gardner, Palm Desert,
     told of 'their No. 1 priority of funding and
     planning for the student center. The students are
     working very diligently on passing the student
     center fee. They are utilizing the campus outreach
     program   for the students and        giving   out
     information,   including   the   Newsletter   with
     information about the student center and their
     events. The first event is Club Rush for one week
     Sept. 18 through 24.
     The ASCOD President and the Student Activities
     Center attended the State-level conference and will
     be bringing back information as a resource. She
     expressed appreciation to the administration for
     the "seedn money which they will use very
     responsibly. The students are looking forward to
     working with faculty as they are needed for support
     due to the fact that the students need more
     exposure to get the votes to favor of the student
     center fee.
They are also interested in establishing the
Student Activity Hour and need to work with the
faculty in order to establish this time.
Bob Race, Copper Mountain Campus Student Trustee,
announced that their students had commenced several
activities.   An office has been created for a
reporter who will generate a student newspaper.


A)   State of the Colleqe: - Dr. George stated that
     he appreciated Mr. Thu's comments and he also
     pledges support to move this agenda as fast
     and as far as possible; however, it has to be
     a collective process. An academic agenda has
     been developed which requires cooperation with
     all elements of the College and will be the
     basis of continuing discussions, especially
     with the Senate.
     Pres. George added that shared governance is
     the primary, basic academic structure of the
     College and     it   is crucial that the
     faculty/staff are part of this process.
     He continued by explaining the Student
     Satisfaction Survey and the Gap Analysis being
     done to look at the points that seem to be the
     most Itout of linet1in order to identify the
     problems and effect solutions.     The Survey
     reflected positively on the District, and
     particularly Copper Mountain Campus. The Palm
     Desert Campus results did not turn out as
     well.
     Dean Ron Green gave an update on the
     enrollment situation. He related that last
     Spring the College was over CAP and the
     committee met and worked out a plan to
     alleviate this situation which may have worked
     too well.    He stated that by Monday, the
     figures will be down about 4%. The committee
     will also be looking at FTES and CAP and all
     the ramifications of why the figure is at this
     point.
     The Board will have a Study Session, including
     the Renewal Initiative, on September 15 at
     9:00 a.m.  Dr. George would like to inform the
     Board about the movement on this initiative,
     including the Senate's proposal. Also, the
     President's Renewal Initiative will be back in
     full swing. Dr. Sandler related that he would
     like to present some of his ideas at the Study
     Session. The session would include: renewal
     initiative/reorganization;    tenure   review/
     evaluation process, etc.
       B)   Recosnition Items:         -
                                       The following new
            faculty member were introduced to the Board by
            their respective Deans and/or Division Chairs:
            Fred Vescial, Instructor, ESL/ABE
            Patricia Keller, Instructor, Associate Degree
            Nursing Program
            Leslie Todd, Instructor, Vocational Nursing
            Program
            Anne Saddington, Instructor, Human Services
            and Sociology, and Daniel Hackel, Instructor,
            Mass Media    and Telecommunications     (not
            present).
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, that
the Consent Calendar be approved as follows. Motion
carried.
A-2 Resignations - Classified
A-3 Retirement - Classified
A-4 Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
A-6 Faculty - Unpaid Leave of Absence
A-8 Hourly Personnel         -
                       Adjunct Faculty
A-9 Additional Days - Faculty
A-10Employment Agreements
B-2 Out-of-State Travel
B-4 Out-of-State Travel
B-5 Approval of College Catalog
B-6 Out-of-State Travel
C-1 Payroll #1
C-1BPayroll #2
C-2 Approval of Warrant Lists
C-3 Approval of Contracts
C-4 Quarterly Financial Report
C-8 Bid #B-95-11 Removal of Asbestos Tile
C-9 Bid #B-95-14 Replacement of Tile

AGENDA:
A.     PERSONNEL SERVICES:
       1.   Classified   -   Aopointments
            It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
            Sandler, to ratify the appointment of the
            following individuals on the effective dates
            indicated. Motion carried.
            Karen    Canchola,   Instructional    Support
            Assistant, Academic Skills Center, Range 8,
            Step A, $14,850 annually, 1.00 FTE, 9 months,
            effective August 21, 1995.
            Lisa Reif, Food Service Casher, Range 4, Step
            A, $7,216.56 annually, .65 FTE, 9 months,
            effective August 21, 1995.
     Sonia Rivera, Workability 111 Job Developer,
     Range 16, Step A, $6,638.40 annually, .30 FTE
     for 40 weeks between August 7, 1995 June 30,    -
     1996.

     Susan Simmons, Clerk Typist II/Fine Arts,
     Range 5, Step A, $9,558 annually, .74 FTE, 10
     months, effective August 21, 1995.
2.   Resiqnations       -   Classified
     Motion to ratify the resignation of the
     following individuals on the effective dates
     indicated:
     Karrie Carmody, Child Development Specialist,
     .63 FTE, 9 months, effective August 16, 1995.
     Laura    Edvalson,   Clerk    Typist    1111
     Matriculation, .49 FTE, 10 months, effective
     July 28, 1995.
3.   Retirement     -   Classified
     Motion to ratify the retirement of the
     following individual on the effective date
     indicated:
     Louise Meek, Secretary II/EOPS, 1.00 FTE, 12
     months, effective September 29, 1995.
4.   Hourlv Personnel        -       Classified/Students/Tutors
     Motion to ratify the employment of the
     Classified      Hourly     Personnel      and
     Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.
5.   District Resoonse           -    CSEA Contract Proposal
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
     Sandler, that the District's response to
     CSEA1s contract proposal and the proposed
     amendment to the CSEA agreement be announced
     with the conditions as listed.        Motion
     carried.
6.   Faculty   -   Unpaid Leave of Absence
     Motion to approve request for an unpaid leave
     of absence to coincide with the dates of the
     Spring semester, 1996, for Jim Parvizi,
     Professor, Mathematics.    Dr. Parvizi would
     return to work beginning with the Fall
     semester, 1996.
7.    Public   Hearinq   - Facultv            Association
      CCA/CTA/NEA Contract Proposal
      The Board conducted a public hearing at this
      time regarding the Faculty Association
      CCA/CTA/NEA contract proposal.   No comments
      were received.
8.    Hourlv Personnel      -   Adjunct Faculty
      Motion to approve the hourly employment of the
      individuals named on the attached list(s), No
      one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
9.    Additional Davs   -   Faculty
      Motion to approve fifteen (15) additional days
      for Tony Pina during the 1995-96 fiscal year.
10.   Em~lovmentAqreements
      Motion to ratify the listing of employment
      agreements as presented.
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
la.   Out-of-State Travel
      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
      Sandler, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
                                                            1
      Toni Lawrence to       attend   the District
      Conference for the National Council for
                                                            I
      Marketing and Public Relations in Denver,
      Colorado, from September 30 - October 2, 1995.
      Motion carried.
lb.   Out-of-State Travel
      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
      Sandler, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
      Barbara McAllister and the COD Cheerleaders to
      attend a football game at Arizona Western at
      Yuma, on September 16, 1995. Motion carried.
2.    Out-of-State Travel
      Motion to ratify the Out-of-State Travel for
      Colin Messer to meet with the West Virginia
      University Alternative Fuels Training and
      Administrative staff at the University of West
      Virginia in Morgantown, West Virginia, on July
      31 - August 4, 1995.
     3.    Delineation of Functions Aqreement
           It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr.
           Sandler, to adopt the Delineation of Functions
           Agreement between Desert Sands Unified School
           District and the Desert Community College
           District. Motion carried.
     4.    Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
           Steve Dostal, Steve Stokes, Joe Palomares,
           Reed Benjamin, Will Martin, and Dean Dowty to
           be present for a football game vs. Arizona
           Western at Yuma, Arizona on September 16,
           1995.
     5.    ApDroval of Colleae Cataloq
           Motion to approve the 1995-96 College of the
           Desert Catalog as presented.
     6.    Out-of-State Travel
           ~otion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
           Celia Hartley to serve as a member of the
           accreditation team of the National League for
           Nursing for the evaluation of New Hampshire
           Technical College in Claremont, New Hampshire
           on October 18 - 20, 1995.
C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
     1.    Payroll #1
           Motion that Payroll #1 in the amount of
           $690,974.52 be approved as follows:
                Certificated        $     325,207.16
                Classified                364,867.36
                     TOTAL          $      690,074.52
     1B.   Payroll #2
           Motion that Payroll #2 in the amount of
           $1,095,730.49 be approved as follows:
                Certificated        $     706,044.86
                Classified                389,685.63
                     TOTAL          $    1,095,730.49
     2.    A~wrovalof Warrant Lists
           Motion to accept the warrant lists in the
           amount of $1,691.249.98.
Approval of Contracts
Motion    that   the   Board    of   Trustees
approve/ratify the contracts as presented.
Quarterlv Financial Report
Motion that the Board of Trustees receive the
District's fourth quarterly financial report.
Public Hearinq   -   1995-96 Final Budqet
A publichearing was held by the Board of
Trustees prior to the adoption of the 1995-96
Final Budget. No comments were received.
~doption of the 1995-96 Fiscal Year Final
Budqet
It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mr.
Hayden, that the Board of Trustees adopt the
Final Budget for 1995-96 as submitted by
Administration. Motion carried.
Second Amendment of Contract Reqardinq Joint
Occupancy Aqreement - Drivinq Ranqe
It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
Hayden, to approve the Second Amendment of the
Joint Occupancy Agreement between the District
and the College Golf Center Partnership,
subject to Partnership obtainins all reauired
sianatures. Motion carried.
Bid #B-95-13 Removal of Asbestos Tile
Motion to accept as complete Bid #B-95-13 for
the Removal of Asbestos Tile as of August 4,
1995.
Bid #B-95-14 Re~lacementof Tile
Motion to accept as complete Bid #B-95-14 for
the Replacement of Tile as of August 18, 1995.
Bid #B-95-15 Liqhtinq Retrofit
It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs.
Suitt, that the Board award Bid #B-95-15
Lighting Retrofit to Sun Industries in the
amount of $157,766. Motion carried.
             11.   Bid #B-95-7 Fire Alarm Replacement
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
                   Sandler, to approve Change Order No. 1 to Bid
                   #B-95-7, Fire Alarm Replacement, in the amount
                   of $25,105, bringing the total contract with
                   Brudvik, Inc. to $932,240, and a revised
                   completion date of March 29, 1996. Motion
                   carried.
                   Chanqe Order #7, #8, to Bid #B-94-11 Multi-
                   Aqencv Librarv Contract
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
                   Sandler, to approve Change Orders #7, #8, to
                   Bid #B-94-11 in the amount of $153,433,
                   bringing the total contract amount with
                   skidmore Contracting for construction of the
                   Multi-Agency Library to $6,671,953.37 with a
                   revised completion date of February 21, 1996.
                   Motion carried.
                   Chancre Order #1 to Bid #B-95-12 Plantinq of
                   Nursery Stock
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                   Hayden, to ratify the Change Order #1 to Bid
                   #B-95-12 Planting of Nursery Stock, bringing
                   the total contract with Carter and Carter
                   Landscape to $20,546.50. Motion carried.
             14.   Chanqe Order #1 to Bid #B-95-11 Nurserv Stock
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                   Hayden, to ratify Change Order #1 to Bid #B-
                   95-11 Planting of Nursery Stock, bringing the
                   total contract with Randy G. Myers & Nurseries
                   to $39,883.66. Motion carried.
VIII.   AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
        A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
             GRAFSKY)      -
                        CALIFORNIA TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION (CTA)
             AND CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CSEA)
             PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.
        B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED      LITIGATION,
             PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
IX.   RECONVENED TO OPEN S E S S I O N    -   ANNOUNCED ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED S E S S I O N .

      A.    No action.

      B.    No action.

      C.    No action.


 X.   ADJOURNED TO STUDY S E S S I O N ON F R I D A Y , SEPTEMBER 1 5 , 1 9 9 5
      AT 9 :00 A.M. , BOARD ROOM-PALM DESERT CAMPUS.              T H E NEXT
      REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING W I L L BE HELD ON FRIDAY,




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                         Approved:
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL   -   Employment Listing
A.   Short-term:
       1.   AVINA, Margie
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 14 - September 7, 1995
      2.    BACHMAN, Inez
            Clerk Typist III/Educational Support Services
            6-A, $8.50 per hour
            August 21, 1995 for 60 days
      3.    BENNETT, Steven
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours
            August 21   -
                        22, 1995
      4.    BLAS, Martha
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 14   -
                        September 7, 1995
      5.    BOYD, Lois
            Clerk Typist III/Student Services (Substitute)
            6-A, $8.50 per hour
            August 2, 1995 until position is filled
      6.    BREINDEL, Priscilla
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 14   -
                        September 7, 1995
      7.    CAVENDER, Jennifer
            Registration Worker, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours
            August 21   -
                        22, 1995
      8.    COLLINS, Glenda
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 14   -
                        September 7, 1995
      9.    DeLaTORRE, Juanita
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 14   -
                        September 7, 1995
     10.    DOTSON, John
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            July 25 - September 8, 1995
FUENTES, Sandra
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
HAYNES, Jeanne
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
LEGARRETA, Esther
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
LEON, Brandy
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
MACIAS, Milly
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
McNEICE, Siglinde
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 - September 7, 1995
NELSON, Jessica
Registration Clerk, CMC
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 1 - September 8, 1995
WIGHT, Dorothy
Registration Clerk, CMC
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours
August 21 - 22, 1995

WILSON, Vera
Registration Clerk
$6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
August 14 -  September 7, 1995
 1.   BLAS, Martha
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 2.   BUSCHER, Robert
      Student Worker/Switchboard Relief, CMC
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
 3.   CHU, Sunny
      Tutor, Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour
      July 20    -
                27, 1995
 4.   COLLINS, Glenda
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 5.   DeLaTORRE, Juanita
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 6.   FRYATT, Jenise
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
 7.   IRVIN, Steven
      Student Worker, Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      ~ u g u s t24, 1995-June 1, 1996
 8.   KINKADE, Sherri
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24      -
                  December 23, 1995
 9.   LUPERCIO, Maricela
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24      -
                  December 22, 1995
10.   MACIEL, Ruth
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24      -
                  December 22, 1995
11.   PAK, Bongkuk
      Student Worker, Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      August 24, 1995 - January 1, 1996
12.   PURDY, Garry
      Student Worker, Fine Arts
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 17, 1995 - July 15, 1996
13.   REVOIR, Aaron
      Student Worker, Fine Arts
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 17, 1995 - July 15, 1996
14.   TROUPE, Kathryn
      Student Worker, Developmental Education, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 17 hours per week
      August 28  -December 22, 1995
15.   WILSON, Nicholas
      Student Worker, Maintenance
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
             -
      July 1 August 25, 1995
 1.   BLAS, Martha
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 2.   BUSCHER, Robert
      Student Worker/Switchboard Relief, CMC
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
 3.   CHU, Sunny
      Tutor, Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour
      July 20    -
                27, 1995
 4.   COLLINS, Glenda
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 5.   DeLaTORRE, Juanita
      Student Worker, ~dmissions& Records
      $5.06 per hour
      July 1 - September 30, 1995
 6.   FRYATT, Jenise
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
 7.   IRVIN, Steven
      Student Worker, Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
                         -
      August 24, 1995 June 1, 1996
 8.   KINKADE, Sherri
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24      -
                  December 23, 1995
9.    LuPERCIO, Maricela
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
10.   MACIEL, Ruth
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24      -
                  December 22, 1995
11.   PAK, Bongkuk
      Student Worker, Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      August 24, 1995 - January 1, 1996
12.   PURDY, Garry
      Student Worker, Fine Arts
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 17, 1995 - July 15, 1996
13.   REVOIR, Aaron
      Student Worker, Fine Arts
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 17, 1995 - July 15, 1996
14.   TROUPE, Kathryn
      Student Worker, Developmental Education, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 17 hours per week
      August 28 - December 22, 1995
15.   WILSON, Nicholas
      Student Worker, Maintenance
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      July 1 - August 25, 1995
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services               M E M O R A N D U M

Date:      August 24, 1995
To:        Jacqulyn Weiss
           Director of Personnel

From :     Suzann Pell, Director
           Educational Support Services
Subject:   Adjunct Faculty & Full Time Overload,
           Palm Desert Campus.



                                                               NON
  NAME              DEPARTMENT         LOCATION    CREDIT    CREDIT
  LARSON-HUDSON, S. Develop. Educ.        COD
    (SUB)
  LELIVA, Joanna    Develop. Educ.        COD
    (SUB)
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                M E M O R A N D U M

Date:      August 25, 1995
To:        Jacqulyn Weiss
           Director of Personnel     /')

From :     Suzann Pell, Director Y   ?X
           Educational support Services
Subject:   Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,
           Palm Desert Campus.
           These instructors are appointed for one semester or
           less. Their assignments are 60% or less of a full-
           time load.

                                                                   m
  NAME                 DEPARTMENT          LOCATION   CREDIT       W I
                                                                  ( 1T

  ACCARDO, Frank       Music                 COD        X
  ACKLEY, Donald       Plant Science        COD         X
  AHAMED, Bunty        ~otel/Rest.Mgmt      COD         X
  ALWAN, Hortensia     Foreign Language     COD         X
  ANDREWS, Julie       Physical Educ.       COD         X
  ANISMAN, Elizabeth   Develop. Educ.       COD
  BARROWS, Katherine Natural Resources      COD         X
  BAYER, Carol         Human Services       COD         X
  BECKER, Zerryl       Computer Science     COD         X
  BENJAMIN, Reed       Physical Educ.       COD         X
  BERKMAN, Susan       DSP   &   S          COD         X
  BILLER, Thomas       Natural Resources    COD         X
  BIRD, Harold         Academic Skills      COD
  BLACHLEY, John       Natural Resources    COD         X
  BLOCK, Rhonda        Develop. Educ.       COD
  BRAE, Judith         Counseling           COD
    BREINDEL, Matthew   Computer Science      COD
    BREWER, Mike        Human Services        COD

    BROSAMLE, Ellen     Human Services        COD
    BROWN, Janneke      Human Services        COD
    BROWN, Robert       Music                 COD
* BROWNFIELD, Sybil     English               COD
    BURNS, Charles      History             COD/IHS
    BURT, Lorene        ESL/Develop. Ed.      COD
    BUTLER, Mary        English               COD
    BUTTLES , David     Varsity Sports        COD
* BUZDAR, Nek           Microeconomics        COD
    CALDWELL, William   Art                   COD
    CAMERON, Connie     Psychology            COD
    CAMPBELL, Phil      Math                  IHS
    CARLISLE, Kris      Music                COD
*   CARVER, Michael     Air Condition        COD
    CASTILLEJA, Faye    Nursing              COD
    CASTILLO, Jose      Develop. Educ .      COD
    CEJA, Frank         Computer Science     COD
* CHARRETTE, Colleen Hosp/Med. Acctg.        COD
    CHESWORTH, Martha   Nursing             DSRTHOSP
    CHRISTENOT, Fawn    Develop. Educ .      COD
    CLARY, Daniel       Admin. Justice       COD
    CLEMMER, Sheila     DSP    &   S         COD
    CLIPPINGER, E.      Natural Resources    COD
    COPELAND, Larry     Math                 COD
    COPENHAVER, Doris   Develop. Educ.       COD
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  COPENHAVER, Jack                 Develop. Educ.        COD                 X

  CORNETT, William                 Automotive            COD        X
  CORY, Barbara                    Human Services        COD        X
  COSBY, Betty JO                  Math                IHS/COD      X
  COSGROVE, Ken                    Political Science     IHS        X
  COY, Michelle                    Foreign Language    IHS/COD      X
  DAULTON, Carroll                 Psychology           COD         X
  DAVIS, Annette                   English              COD         X
  DAWSON, Dennis                   Fire Science         COD         X
 DECKER, Chuck                     Computer Info Svc    COD         X
 DECKER, Georgia                   ESL                  COD         X
 DIAZ, Jesusita                    Develop. Educ.       COD
 DOHMAN, Wallace                   English              COD
 DOWTY, Dean                       Physical Educ.       COD
* DULLIEN, Thomas                  Culinary Arts        COD
 EDWARDS, Patricia                 Academic Skills      COD
 EINSTEIN, David                   Art                  COD
 ELOE, William                     Math                 COD
 EVANS, Bonnie                     Theatre Arts         COD
 EVANS, Susan                      Art                  COD
 EVIGAN, Mona                      English              COD
 EZZARD, Lisa                      English              COD
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    FARRELL, Kathleen                  English               COD        X
    FOGEL, Harris                      Art                   COD        X
    FRIEDMAN, Wendy                    Develop. Educ.        COD
    FRIEND, Laraine                    Philosophy            COD        X
    FRIESTAD, Betty                    Develop. Educ.        COD
    FRYER, Terry                       Math                  COD        X
    GARVER, Deborah                    Human Services        COD        X
    GAST, John                         Foreign Language      COD        X
    GATHINGS, Susan                    History               COD        X
    GERSHENSON, Kevin                  Computer Science      COD        X
    GETZ, Lesley                       Develop. Educ.        COD
    GILBREATH, Nancy                   Foreign Lang. Lab     COD
    GLASSMAN, Joel                     Accounting            COD
    GODFREY , Alden                    Journalism            COD
    GOLAY, Richard                     Air Condition         COD
    GUILIN, Sal                        Math                  IHS
*   GUYER, Randall                     Varsity Sports        COD
    HAAS, Glen                         Admin. Justice        COD
    HALSTEAD, Donna                    Develop. Educ.        COD
    HARRAL , Candace                   Develop. Educ.       COD
    HARROLD, John                      Philosophy           COD
    HEAZLETT, James                    Admin of Justice    PSPDTC
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    HEREDIA, Juan        Develop. Educ.       COD                 X
    HERRICK, William     Admin. Justice       COD        X
    HERRINGTON, Diana    Human Services       COD        X
    HERTEL, Arlene       Develop. Educ.       IHS                 X
    HESS, Gary           Speech               IHS        X
    HEVER-MYERS, Marti   Human Services       COD        X
*   HOLMLUND, Jerome     Microeconomics       COD
    HOPKINS, Ruby        Audio Production     COD
    HORN, Howard         Computer Acctg.      COD
    HOUSE, Cathy         Human Services     IHS/COD
    HOUSTON, Cheryl      Physical Educ.       COD
    HUDSON, Kathleen     Plant Science        COD
* HUGHES, Bobby          Air Condition        COD
    HULTGREN, Derek      Art                  COD
    HUSSAR, John         Mass Media           COD
    HYDE, Brian          Air Condition        COD
    ISAACS, David        English             COD
*   IVANOFF, Jacqueline Music                COD
    JACKSON, Cathy       Math                COD
    JEANDRON, Gary       Admin of Justice   PSPDTC
    JORGENSEN, Hugh      Architecture        COD
    KAYE, Cynthia        Physical Educ.      COD
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*   KELLER, Christine   Chemistry           COD
    KERNS, Paul         Fire Science        COD
    KIDD, Tania         Develop. Educ .     COD
    KLAWITTER, Kathleen Varsity Sports      COD
    KOCEK, Denise       Develop. Educ.      COD
    KOVICH, William     Math                COD
    KRIVANEK, Ken       English             COD
    KROONEN, Paula      Foreign Language    COD
    LAMAR, Diana        Art                 COD
    LAB, Olivia         Develop. Educ.      COD
    LAB, Walter         Art                 COD
    LANGE, Gary         Human Services      COD
    LANGFORD , Janet    English             COD         X
    LARSON, Les         Math                COD         X
    LARSON, Shirley     Develop. Educ.      COD
    LARSON-Hudson, S.   Develop. Educ.      COD
    LEARY, Don Jr.      Varsity Sports      COD
    LEE, Evelyn         Varsity Sports      COD
    LELIVA, Yoanna      Develop. Educ.      COD
    LENCKI, Walt        Physical Educ.      COD
    LENTZ, Ana Maria    Architecture        COD
* LERNER, Jonne         Psychology          COD
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  LINGLE, Neil                                 Admin of Justice     COD
  LIPPMANN, Jay                                Math                 COD
  LIPPMANN, Susan                              Develop. Educ.       COD
  LITTLE, Carolyn                              Human Services       COD
  LITTLE, Stanley                              Human Services       COD
  LORTZ, Terry                                 Golf Crse Mgmt.      COD
  LUYANDO, Sonia                               Develop. Educ.       IHS
  LYRLA, Keith                                 Tax Accounting       COD
  MANDEL, Judith                               Foreign Language     COD
* MARTIN, Wilfred                              Varsity Sports       COD
  MARTINEZ, Anita                              E S L                COD
  MATHWIG, Gean                                Nursing            DSRTHOSP
  MCCAFFERY, David                             Develop. Educ.       IHS
 MCCANN, Kelly                                 Theatre Arts         COD
 MCELRATH, Tim                                 Health               COD
 MCGUIRE, Cheryl                               Develop. Educ.       COD
 MELENDEZ, William                             Fire Science         COD
 MERRIMAN, Betty                               Develop. Educ.       COD
* MESSIER, Donald                              Medical Term.      COD/IHS
 MICHELSEN, Mike                               Accounting           COD
 MICHELSEN, Yvonne                             Clothing Constr.    COD
 MICK, Adam                                    Counseling          COD
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* MILES, Sylvia       Math                 CCHS
  MILTENBERGER, Kim   Speech               COD
  MITRE, Manuel       Varsity Sports       COD
  MORAMARCO, JaCq .   Physical Educ.       COD
  MULLA, Fuad         Math                 COD
  MUNROE, Carol       Develop. Educ.       COD
* MURILLO, Charles    English              COD
  NAGLE, Steve        Political Science    COD
  NAJARIAN, Hovak     Art                  COD
  NELSON, Chris       ASC Liaison          COD
  NEW, D. Shea        Physical Educ.       COD
  NGUYEN, Linda       Math                 COD
  O'DONNELL, Lance    Constr. Mgmt.        COD
 ODEN, Ron            Sociology            COD
 OLAUSON, Donna       School Nurse         COD
 ORTEGA, Michele      Math                 COD
 OSTERN, Eli          Marketing            COD
 PALOMARES, Joe       Varsity Sports       COD
* PARENTI, Russell    Culinary Arts        COD
 PARKS, Barbara       English              COD
 PATEL, Micheline     Foreign Language     COD
 PIAZZA, Patricia     Reading              COD
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  PLACE, Jeffery      Ornam. Horticul.       COD        X

  PORRAS, Lorrie      Computer Info Svc. COD            X

  POWELL, James       Computer Science       COD        X

  POWELL, Yvonne      Theatre Arts          COD         X

  QUIGLEY, M. E.      Nutrition             COD         X

  RABB, Victoria      Computer Info Svc.    COD         X

  RAMOS , Juanita     Develop. Educ.        COD
  RANDAZZO, Agnes     Develop. Educ.        COD
  RAWNSLEY, Richard   English               COD
  REYBURN, Stanley    Real Estate           COD
* RHODES CAMPBELL, R Psychology             COD
  RICHARDS, Thomas    Varsity Sports        COD
* RIOS, Victor        Sociology             COD
  RODRIGUEZ, J .      Develop. Educ .       COD
  ROMATKO, Bill       Math                  COD
  ROMM, Betty         Nursing               COD
  ROSE, Carol         Counseling            COD
  ROUNDS, Patricia    Reading               COD
 SAMANIEGO, Lilia     Develop. Educ.        COD
* SAMARRON, Roxelle   DSP   &   S           COD
 SAMPLES, Ken         Philosophy            COD
 SANCHEZ, Gab.        Develop. Educ.        IHS
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  SANTUCCI, Allyson   Develop. Educ.         COD
* SEMPEPOS, Catherine ESL                    COD
  SHAEFFER, Claire    Clothing Constr.       COD
 SHAEPS, Lynda        Theatre Arts           COD
 SKOGEN, Timothy      Golf Shop Oper.        COD
 STOKES, Steven       Physical Educ.         COD
 STONE, Gerald        Computer Science       COD
 STRANGE, Serina      Varsity Sports         COD
* STRASBAUGH, Robert Air Condition          COD
 STROM, John          Chemistry             COD
 SYDNEY, Russell      Computer Info Svc.    COD
 TAFT, Leslie         Physical Educ.        COD
 TAGTMEIER, Lonna     Computer Info Svc.    COD
 TAYLOR, C. Sue       Nursing               EMC
 THOMAS, Todd         Accounting            COD
 TOMSON, ~ o u g      psychology           IHS/COD
 TSONIS, Anne         Music                 COD
 TUCKER, Linda        Math                  COD
 VALDEZ, Sidronia     Sociology             COD
 WADDELL, Dan         Music                 COD
 WALKER, Anne         Math                  COD
 WALKER, Gary         English              PSHS
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    WEED, James         Real Estate Prac.     COD        X
    WELLER, Ken         Bldg. Insp. Tech.    COD         X
* WELLINS, Sheldon      Varsity Sports       COD         X
    WHEAT, Suzie        Physical Educ.       IHS         X
    WILLS, Michael      Fire Science         COD         X
    WILLSON, Wendy      Theatre Arts         COD         X
    WINFIELD, William   Sociology            IHS         X

    WOJAK, Dorothy      Interior Design      COD         X

    ZACHIK-SMITH, S .   English              CCHS        X
    ZIMMERMAN, Lily     Develop. Educ.       COD




*   First Assignment at C 0 D
                                  11.
     EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: S e p t e m b e r , 1 9 9 5



     Community S e r v i c e s :

     Elizabeth LaFerrier
     R o b e r t Smeton
     Roxanna S t e a d
     D a l e Waddell

     C o n t r a c t Education:

     P h i l Pooley

     Miscellaneous:

     Don B a s s
     Kay B a x l e y
     B a r b a r a Cory
     Harris Fogel
     Raymond J o h n s o n
     C h a r l e s Lewis
     Denny M c K i s s i c
     F r e d Moreno

/I   P a u l Rankin
     L i l y samaniego
     Teresa villa
             DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE D I S T R I C T
                      BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                  MINUTES    -
                            REGULAR MEETING
                       OCTOBER 1 3 , 1 9 9 5
              PALM DESERT CAMPUS     -- BOARD ROOM



  I.   CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
       The meeting was called to order by Chairman House,
       followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 11.   ROLL CALL:
       Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt, Student
                                 -
       Trustee Marie Gardner Palm Desert, and Student Trustee
       Bob Race    -
                  Copper Mountain were present.
111.   APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF SEPT. 8, 1995
       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
       approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of September
       8, 1995, with the following correction:

       V-1. Governinq Board (2nd paragraph to be corrected as
       follows): "Dr. Sandler attended the summer meeting of
       the American Association of Physics Teachers at Gonzaga
       University in Spokane, Washington (August 7-12). He was
       primarily interested in the activities of the Two-Year
       College Physics Committee. This committee received a
       grant of over $1 million and related science and
       technical programs for Community Colleges. He will be
       receiving information pertaining to these programs in the
       near future."
       Motion carried. Mrs. McDonald abstained due to not being
       present at the September meeting.
 IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:     None.
 V.    REPORTS :
       1.   Governinq Board      -
                              Mr. Hayden stated that Ray House
            and he went to a Crime Symposium in Elsinore. He
            thought that it was very interesting to see what
            the cities can do to help themselves and to keep
            their crime rates down.
            Mr. House added that the accent was on youth, as
            well as the status of crime in the nation.
     Mrs. Suitt thanked CSEA for putting the Board on
     their mailing list for their magazine. She called
     attention to the Code of Ethics appearing in this
     month's issue adopted in July of 1954. Mrs. Suitt
     wanted to know if there is a way that a District
     Code of Ethics could be developed. She would like
     a report at a future meeting about this subject to
     include all groups in the District.
2.   academic Senate - Norm Thu, President, stated that
     since the last study session, he has met with Dr.
     Sandler to discuss renewal/reorganization. He said
     he has come some distance in understanding better
     where Dr. Sandler is coming from and vice-versa.
     It was a very constructive meeting.
     With reference to communications, the College is
     moving forward in a new shared governance mechanism
     called President's Council which will provide a
     more effective process to deal with issues of
     importance. However, he added that the jury is not
     in yet as preliminary steps are still being taken.
     Professor Thu then added that the initial steps
     hold out great promise for a more effective
     participation by the faculty and he is hopeful for
     the other constituencies, as well. This process
     will be very positive in terms of the climate and
     the effectiveness in moving forward.
     He continued by stating that the Senate has gone on
     record unanimously in support of the task force
     recommendation on the BRC contract that is before
     the Board at this meeting. Senate was invited to
     participate and did so fully and effectively
     As the President's Council will be serving as a
     budget committee, Mr. Thu added that the faculty
     feels that, in the past, they have not had an
     opportunity to participate and to make sure that
     the limited resources are allocated in a way that
     will seek to assure that teaching/learning
     priorities are first and foremost. Budgetary issue
     that needs to be adequately addressed is faculty
     salaries which do not compare favorably. Senate
     feels that it is difficult to accept unless there
     is comparing evidence that there is no alternative
     to that. The Senate is fully supportive of CTA's
     efforts.
     Trustee Sandler thanked Mr. Thu for inviting him to
     the Senate meeting. He has done research on AB1725
     and the Education Code since that time. He stated
     that the model he presented conforms to the issues
     of AB1725.
3.   CSEA   -
            Joyce Moore, President, thanked Dr. George
     and the other constituencies who are participating
     in the President's Council which is a positive
     move. The CSEA is looking forward to some progress
     in negotiations.
4.   --
     CCA   Char Whitaker, President, announced that the
     proposals given by the District to the negotiating
     team have been met with resounding "noesu. With
     regard to the District salary proposal, CTA feels
     it is a grossly inadequate proposal and totally
     unacceptable as faculty salaries are already in the
     lowest 1/3 of the State. The group continues to
     look for shared governance in the President's
     Council.
5.   CODAA - Judy Mandell informed the Trustees that a
     3-year plan for dismantling all of the Boards and
     making them bureaus is in progress which should
     have some effect on the programs at the College.
     She also stated that they are proceeding on their
     endeavors to get a contract which is difficult
     because it is the first time.
6.   Student Trustees:  -  Marie Gardner, Palm Desert,
     announced that she had attended a Student Trustee
     Conference which provided her with a better
     understanding of what her role is in that she
     brings a unique position of the student perspective
     and not an elected voice. She added that it is the
     ASCOD President's job to lobby as to other items.
     Marie then introduced Laura Lord, President, and
     asked that the Board consider having the Student
     Body President on the agenda to report at each
     meeting.
Laura then said that they have a full student
Council   and   she    is   proud  to   be   their
representative.    They are a fully-functioning
governing Board and meet all the challenges
regarding finances and representation of the
students. They are marketing the Student ID Card
and doing outside fundraising. The students have
also had an ASCOD table where they meet students
and answer their questions in order to show them
that ASCOD is working for them. Forthcoming events
are:    Homecoming on Nov. 18 and Thanksgiving
Celebration on Nov. 21. Also, letters have been
sent out to all teaching faculty about the student
center fee. A valid election will require over
1300 students to vote with 2/3 of those voting
"yes."   Voting will be done in classes and in
voting booths.
She also stated that they have been planning
activities with the architect to design the student
center.   She stated that there are things going
into this building to which the students are taking
strong opposition. Dr. George and Dean Green have
been informed about their issues and they will
await the resolution before coming to the Board.
They will, however, be presenting the student
position at the next meeting. Everyone is invited
to attend the planing meeting on Friday at noon in
the Student Center.
At this time, Dr. Sandler asked about the Student
Activity Hour. Marie Gardner requested that it be
put on the Agenda for the December meeting so that
it could be implemented for the Fall '96 semester.
Dr. George stated that it cannot be brought to the
Board until it has gone through staff and full
discussion within the college community.
Several members of the Board concurred that items
such as this need to go through the administrative
process before coming to the Board; perhaps even a
study session to consider the ramifications.
Bob Race, Copper Mountain Campus, said that their
student body now has a full Executive Committee and
Senate Officers.     They also have formed the
necessary committees to deal with their problems --
fundraising, publicity, etc. Their group is moving
on from there and as soon as they get the
Newsletter done, they will forward a copy to the
Board.
A)   State of the Colleqe - Dr. George stated that
     he attended a CEO meeting recently at which
     they painted a picture of future funding of
     community colleges in the State which was not
     particularly good, even though this is a
     relatively good year. The correctional budget
     is close to the same as the higher education
     budget. Community colleges are at the end of
     the "food chain. We are in for a long period
     of stress/tension and will have to develop
     relative independence.
     He agreed that a 2% salary increase is
     inadequate and wishes that it could be more
     than that. Last year, an agreement to look
     into the basic cost factors of the College was
     concluded. By the November Board meeting (and
     after it has been submitted to the faculty
     associations), we will conduct a major study
     session so we can see why we are lower than
     many other colleges in the State.
     Dr. George continued by indicating that the
     Multi-Agency Library construction continues to
     advance.    Regarding the Riverside County
     Library situation, another meeting was held
     where they heard about the position that the
     County was taking and the City's response that
     the opening of the library will not be
     impacted by that particular situation. The
     City itself will do everything it can to
     "shore upn funds from the County that may not
     be forthcoming. Agreement has been reached
     that the College side will open as soon as it
     can prior to the Spring semester so we don't
     have any interrupted service. The City side
     may open in February/March and then there will
     be a dedication.
              He then spoke about the student center and the
              Hilb gift. He stated that the architect is
              being asked to look at the most desirable
              environment considering a variety of space
              needs that have to be addressed in the Student
              Center.   Staff still has not had a timely
              involvement with this issue which needs to
              take place if there is to be a change in
              perceptions on this. There are still other
              space issues that have to be addressed with
              that space in mind. This will be discussed
              and brought in front of the Council after it
              has gone through appropriate student and staff
              involvement.
              Dr. George informed the Board that the Travel
              Budget is down to approx. $800. Dr. Sandler
              has requested to attend an upcoming conference
              and has agreed to pay a portion. It was the
              consensus of the Board that he attend as he
              has been appointed as a representative with an
              agreement as to who will pay for what portion,
              as well as keeping within our budget.
              The Board determined that the next meeting in
              November will take place at Copper Mountain
              Campus.
         B)   Recoqnition Items   -   None
         C)   Board Communications     -   None
VI   .   CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
         It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs.
         McDonald, that the Consent Calendar be approved as
         follows. Motion carried.
                 Classified   - Appointments
                 Classified   - Resignations
                 Classified - Reassignment
                 Hourly Personnel    -Classified/Students/Tutors
                 Faculty -   Additional Days
                 Hourly Personnel - Adjunct Faculty
                 Employment Agreements
                 Out-of-State Travel
                 Out-of-State Travel
                 Out-of-State Travel
                 Out-of-State Travel
                 Payroll # 3
                 Approval of Warrant Lists
                 Approval of Contracts
                 Receive the CCFS311 Annual Budget Report
VII.   AGENDA
       A.   SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT
            1.   PROCLAMATION - National Disabilities Awareness
                 Month
                 It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mr.
                 Hayden, that the Board of Trustees proclaim
                 the month o f October as "National Disabilities
                 Awareness." Motion carried.
            2.   Mid-Term Accreditation Rewort
                 It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                 Hayden, to approve the Mid-Term Accreditation
                 Report for Fall 1995-96. Motion carried.
       B.   PERSONNEL SERVICES
            1.   Classified   -   Aw~ointments
                 Motion to ratify the appointment of the
                 following individuals on the effective dates
                 indicated:
                 Lois Boyd, Clerk Typist III/Student Services,
                 .49 FTE, 10 months, Range 6, Step A, $6,630
                 annually, effective Sept 14, 1995.
                 Peter Mills, Security Officer, .29 FTE, 10
                 months, Range 9, Step A, $4,526 annually,
                 effective September 9, 1995.
     Sandra Shaw, Child Development Specialist, .63
     FTE, 9 months, Range 9, Step A, $8,856
     annually, effective September 12, 1995.
     Vicki Streeter, Clerk Typist III/Public
     Information & Development Office, CMC, .38
     FTE, 12 months, Range 6, Step A, $6,120
     annually, effective September 19, 1995.
     Deanna Young, Secretary II/Affirmative Action
     office, .SO FTE, 10 months, Range 7, Step A,
     $7,144 annually, effective September 19, 1995.
2.   Classified   -   Resianations
     Motion to ratify the resignation of the
     following individuals on the effective dates
     indicated:
     Kim Adolph, Secretary II/DSP&S, CMC, .23 FTE,
     11 months, effective September 27, 1995.
     Shaheen Wasif, Library Technician I/Technical
     Services, .50 FTE, 9 months, effective August
     28, 1995.
3.   Classified   -   Reassianment
                                                             I
     Motion to ratify the reassignment of the
     following individual on the effective date
                                                             I
     indicated:
     Dorothy Asten, 1.00 FTE, 12 months, from
     Admissions & Records Technician to Secretary
     II/EOPS, effective September 25, 1995.
4.   Hourly Personnel       -   Classified/Students/Tutors
     Motion to ratify the employment of the
     Classified      Hourly     Personnel      and
     Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.
5.   public Hearinq     -   District Counter Pro~osalto
     CSEA
     A public hearing regarding the District's
     counter-proposal to CSEA was conducted. No
     comments were heard and the public hearing was
     closed.
        6.    Facultv   -   Additional Davs
              Motion to approve ten (10) additional days for
              Michael O'Neill during the 1995-96 fiscal
              year.
        7.    Hourly Personnel    -   Adiunct Facultv
              Motion to approve the hourly employment of the
                                                          .
              individuals named on the attached list (s) No
              one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
        8.    District Response - Facultv           Association
              CCA/CTA/NEA Contract Proposal
              It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
              Sandler, that the District's response to the
              Faculty Association CCA/CTA/NEA     contract
              proposal be announced with the conditions as
              listed. Motion carried.
        9.    Manaaement    - Resiqnation
              It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mr.
              Hayden to ratify the resignation of the
              following individual on the effective date
              indicated. Motion carried.
              Terry Green, Dean, Resource          Development,
              effective October 6, 1995.
        10.   Em~lovmentAareements
              Motion to ratify the listing of employment
              agreements as presented.
C   .   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
        la.   Out-of-State Travel
              It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
              Sandler, to approve Out-of-District Travel for
              Josielind Ferrer to attend a NAFSA Association
              of   International    Educators   Region   XI1
              Conference in Reno, Nevada on November 15 -
              17. Motion carried.
lb. Out-of-State Travel
     It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs.
     Suitt, to approve the Out-of-State travel for
     Rick Post and students to attend the Western
     Region DECA/DEX Leadership Conference on
     November 9 - 12, 1995, in Spokane, Washington.
     Motion carried.
2.   Out-of-State Travel
     Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
     Anthony A. Pina to attend the annual
     conference for the Association for Educational
     Communication and Technology, February 14 -
     18, 1996 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
3.   Out-of-State Travel
     Motion to approve out-of-district travel for
     Douglas J. Walker to attend the 21st annual
     California Agriculture Production Consultants
     Association Conference on October 22    - 24,
     1995 in Sparks, Nevada.
4.   Out-of-State Travel
     Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Tom
     Richards, Varsity Cross-country Coach, to
     attend Mesa J.V. Invitational cross-country
     meet in Mesa, Arizona on October 21, 1995.
5.   Out-of-State Travel
     Motion to approve out-of-district travel for
     Eileen Hackett to attend a Fuld Institute for
     Technology in NSE Education; Mastering
                                         -
     Multimedia conference on October 22 24, 1995
     in Scottsdale, AZ.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
1.   Pavroll #3
     Motion that Payroll #3 in the amount of
     $1,100,973.30 be approved as follows:
          Certificated        $    640,775.21
          Classified               460,198.09
               TOTAL          $   1,100,973.30
              2.   Ap~rovalof Warrant Lists
                   Motion to ratify the warrant lists in the
                   amount of $1,151,386.49.
              3.             of ~
                   A D W ~ O V ~ Contracts
                   Motion to approve/ratify        the contracts as
                   presented.
              4.   Receive the CCFS311 Annual Budset R e ~ o r t
                   Motion that the Board receive the annual
                   CCFS311   report   as submitted  to  the
                   Chancellorls Office.
              5.   Business Records Corporation Contract
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs.
                   McDonald, that the Board of Trustees approve
                   the continuance of the contract with Business
                   Records Corporation. Motion carried.
VIII.    AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
         A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
              GRAFSKY)      -
                         CALIFORNIA TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION (CTA)
              AND CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CSEA)
              PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.
         B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED          LITIGATION,
              PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
   IX.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION     --    ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
         CLOSED SESSION.
         A.   No action.
         B.   No action.

    X.   ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17,
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                                Approved: .
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL    -   Employment Listing
A.   Short-term:
       1.   CERVANTES, Gwendolyn
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            August 10  -September 30, 1995
       2.   GUNNERSON, Daphne
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 30 hours
            August 15  -September 7, 1995
       3.   HARBUCK, Jamie
            Interpreter II/DSP&S, CMC
            9-A, $9.84 per hour, not to exceed 19.5 hrs per week
            August 24  -December 22, 1995
       4.   MACK, Michelle
            Interpreter III/DSP&S, CMC
            16-A, $13.85 per hour, not to exceed 19.5 hrs per week
            August 24  -December 22, 1995
       5.   McALLISTER, Sylvia
            Secretary I/DSP&S (Substitute)
            6-A, $8.50 per hour
            September 6 & 7, 1995
       6.   McALLISTER, Sylvia
            Secretary I/Transfer & Career Center (Substitute)
            6-A, $8.50 per hour
            September 14   -
                           28, 1995
       7.   ROGERS, Bill
            Security Officer (Substitute)
            9-A, $9.84 per hour
            September 25   -
                           October 9, 1995
       8.   TROUPE, Kathryn
            Registration Worker, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 24 hours per week
                   -
            June 7 August 30, 1995
       9. VENTURA, Michael
          Registration Clerk, CMC
          $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
          June 1   -
                   September 8, 1995
B. Students/Tutors:
      I. AGUILAR NIETO, Jose
          Tutor/Spanish, CMC
          $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
          August 28 - December 22, 1995
 2.   ALTUS, Dorothea
      Tutor/Math, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 28   -
                  December 22, 1995
 3.   AXELSSON, Asa
      Student Worker, International Education
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 28   -
                  December 22, 1995
4.    BAUTISTA, Juan
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24   -
                  December 22, 1995
5.    BENSON, Andre
      Student Worker, Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      August 28   -
                  June 1, 1995
6.    BRONCHO, Sara
      TutorIEMT, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 8 hours per week
              -
      June 19 July 31, 1995
7.    BULLION, Treanesha
      Student Worker/Child Development Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 28   -
                  December 23, 1995
8.    BUSCHER, Robert
      Student Worker/Library, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
      August 24   -
                  December 22, 1995
9.    BYIAS, Frank
      Student Worker/Athletic Dept.
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      September 5, 1995   -
                          June 1, 1996
10.   CARDONA, Juanita
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 28   -
                  December 23, 1995
11.   CARGILL, Kimberly
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24, 1995 - December 23, 1995
CASTILLO, Janet
Tutor/Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
CERCI, Huseyin
TutorIMath
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
CHAN, Wan-Fung
TutorIMath
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
CHEYNE, Robert
Student Worker, Warehouse
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 30, 1995 - June 1, 1996
COCHRANE, Natalie
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
COLE, Pamela
Tutor/Math
$6.04 per hour,not to exceed 9 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
COLLINS, Sean
Student WorkerIAthletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995 - June 1, 1996
COLVENT, Ian
Tutor/Chaparral
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28 - December 24, 1995
COPENHAVER, Jack
TutorIForeign Languages
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
CORTEZ, Ricardo
Student Worker, Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
22.   CRUZ, Rodolfo
      Student Worker, Library
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 28, 1995      -
                        May 31, 1996
23.   CUMMINGS, Colleen
      TutorfMath, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      September 5      -
                    December 22, 1995
24.   DHAIMADE, Sunita
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24    -
                  December 23, 1995
25.   DHAIMADE, Sunita
      Student Worker, Child Development Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 28    -
                  December 23, 1995
26.   DUNLAP, Jennifer
      Student Worker, Developmental Education, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                   -
      August 18 December 22, 1995
27.   EDDINS, Joel
      TutorfMath
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24    -
                  December 22, 1995
28.   ELFE, Damian
      Student Worker, Counseling
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 28, 1995      -
                        June 1, 1996
29.   ESTRADA, Maria
      Student Worker, ASCOD Office
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 8 - December 22, 1995
30.   EVANS, Joan
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      August 24    -
                  December 23, 1995
31.   FINNICUM, Brenda
      TutorfComputer Science, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
FLORES, Barbara
Student Worker, DSPLS
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
FLORES, Maribel
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
FOREST, Kim
Student Worker, Division Office, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 14 - December 22, 1995
GAGLIASSO, Mario
Student Worker, DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
GALLEGOS, Rosemary
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
GIANAXAS, Peter
Student Worker/Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 30, 1995 - June 1, 1996
GRIFFIN, Omar
Student Worker, Dining Hall
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995 - June 1, 1996
GROULX, Carol
Tutor, child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
GIUGNI, Astrid
Tutor, Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
HAYS, Will
Student Worker, Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                -
August 30, 1995 June 1, 1996
HOLMES, David
Tutor, Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
INGAN, Fredelyn
Student Worker, DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
KO, Louis
Tutor, Math & Physics
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
KRALL, Catherine
Tutor/Math, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
LERMA, Maria
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 -  December 23, 1995
LIGGETT, Kristine
Student Worker/Administration, CMC
$5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
August 28 - December 22, 1995
LOPEZ, Celia
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
LOVERNICH, Patricia
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
LOVING, Kevin
Student Worker, Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995 - June 1, 1996
LU, Jun
Tutor, Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
LUNDGREN, Andreas
Student Worker, Athletics
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995 - June 1, 1996
MEMORY, Kumbeno
Student Worker, Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995 - June 1, 1996
MEYER, Danae
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 23 - December 23, 1995
MODZELEWSKI, Ann
Tutor, DSPtS
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
MOHN, Ann
Tutor, DSP&S
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
MOHN, Ann
Student Worker, DSPCS
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 1 hours per week
                               9
August 24 - December 22, 1995
MOON, Cameo
Student Worker, Student Services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 14 - September 15, 1995
MOY ER, Peggy
Tutor, Business/Music
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 -  December 22, 1995
NELSON, Jessica
Student Worker, Student Services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
September 11 - December 22, 1995
NEWMAN, Aurianna
Student Worker, Library, CMC
$5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
August 24 - December 22, 1995
NEWTON, Candi
Student Worker, DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
NGUYEN, Linda
Tutor/Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
PATEL, Nikhil
TutorIMath
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
PEREZ, Manuel
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
PHILLIPS, Sabrina
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
QUIROZ, Irene
Student Worker, Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
RABAGO, Adela
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
          -
August 24 December 23, 1995
RAMIREZ, Humberto
Student Worker, Child Development Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
RODARTE, Jose
Student Worker, Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
September 22  -December 1, 1995
ROSU, Daniel
Student Worker, Foundation/Alumni
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 29, 1995   -
                  June 1, 1996
SANCHEZ, Tanya
Student WorkerILibrary
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 24, 1995   -
                  May 31, 1996
SHAW, Eric
Student Worker, Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 24, 1995   -
                  June 1, 1996
SHERIDAN, Robert
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
THORNTON, Laurel
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
Auagust 24    -
             December 23, 1995
TSAI, Li Feng
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
WALLACE, Orlando
Student Worker, Warehouse
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
September 1, 1995     -
                    June 1, 1996
WALTON, Teresa
Tutor, Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 23, 1995
WASHINGTON, Dennis
Student Worker, Admissions & Records
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 28, 1995   -
                  June 1, 1996
WHITE-LOCKE, Helena
Tutor, Computer Science, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
August 28 - December 22, 1995
WILSON, Raechele
Student Worker, Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
Aaugust 21    -
             December 22, 1995
82.   WOLF, Mary
      Tutor, Child Development Center
      $ 6 . 0 4 per hour, not t o exceed 1 9 hours per week
      August 24  -    December 2 3 , 1995
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support S e r v i c e s            M E M O R A N D U M
Date:       September 2 7 , 1 9 9 5
To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
            Director of Personnel       10
                                        8
From :      Suzann Pell, Director
            Educational Support Services
Subject:    Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,
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                                                        ...
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                                                        .... .
            Palm Desert Campus.
            These instructors are appointed for one semester or
            less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
            time load.

                                                                        NON
    NAME                   DEPARTMENT        LOCATION     CREDIT      CREDIT

    ALLY, Victoria         Theatre Arts        COD           X
      (sub)
    AMOIA, Martha          Nursing             COD           X
*   BAKER, Mollie          Nursing             COD           X
    BALLANTYNE, Sue        Counseling          COD
    BLOCK, Robert          Develop. Ed.        COD
    BORNSTEIN, Julie       Humanities          COD
    BREWER, Jeff           Theatre Arts        COD
    CLARK, Jeanette        Nursing             COD
    CUMMINGS, Jean         Develop. Educ .     COD
      (sub)
    EPSTEIN, Abraham       Automotive          COD
      (sub)
*   FERGUSON, Colleen      English             COD
* HUFF, Lou                Emerg. Med. Tech    COD
    KOON, Donald           Automotive          COD
* KREUTER, Katherine E S        L              COD
                LOPEZ, Miguel                       Develop. Ed.                         COD
    I
                LYNCH, Mary                         Student Svcs.                        COD
                  (sub)
                MADISON, Nancy                      Nursing                              COD
        *       MALTAIS, Michelle                   English                              COD
                MCCnBE, Gay                         Library                              COD
                  (sub)
                MILBACHER-KOHL, A. Art                                                   COD
                  (sub)
                MONREAL, Brian                      Physical Educ.                       COD
                  (sub)
        *       MOORE, Thomas                       Golf Club Design                     COD
        *       MUELLER, Barbara                    Human Services                       COD
                0 DONNELL, Kay
                 '                                  Nursing                              COD
                POTTER, Teresa                      Art                                  COD
I                 (sub)
1       * RIZVANBEGOVIC, F                          Develop. Ed.                         COD   .

        *       RODGERS, Patricia                   Art                                  COD
                  (sub)
            *   RODITIS, Max                        Varsity Sports                       COD
            *       SPRAGUE, William                Develop. Educ .                      COD
            * WOLF, Patti                           Develop. Educ.                       COD




            *       First Assignment at C 0 D                                    2.




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                                                       College of the Desert

                                             COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS
                                 6162 Rotary Way, Post Office Box 1398, Joshua Tree, CA 92252




                                                                            MEMORANDUM

TO:        personnel
FROM:      J.
SUBJ:      Board Agenda Item
           Fall 1995 Adjunct Faculty
DATE :     August 31, 1995
                                                                                                             Credit/Non Credit
                                             Course Title                                 Location           Communitv Service

*   CHLEBIK, Michael                         Bg/Int/Adv Wordpf/Win                         CMC               Credit
*   MUNSEY, Robert                           Fire Protection Chem                     '    CMC               Credit
*   PAGE, Bruce                              Intro Human Comm                              CMC               Credit
*   STILLMAN, Eugene                         Narcotics Control                             CMC               Credit




*First teaching assignment at CMC




                     A C n n ~ p u so j t h e Desert Community College D i s t r i c t
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                DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                        BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                    MINUTES   -
                              REGULAR MEETING
                        NOVEMBER 17. 1995
        COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS    -
                                  LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM


 I.      CALLTO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
         The meeting was called to order by Chairman House,
         followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 11.     ROLL CALL:
         Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Suitt, Student Trustee
         Marie Gardner, Palm Desert, and Student Trustee Bob Race
         - Copper Mountain were present. Dr. Sandler was absent
         due to attending a conference.
111.     APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF OCTOBER 13,
         1995:
         It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs. McDonald, to
         approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of October 13,
         1995. Motion carried.
 IV.     PUBLIC COMMENTS: Becky Barrett-Barkema, Bridget McGinty,
         and Helene S. White-Locke spoke to the Board of Trustees
         about   the   unsatisfactory    Foreign   Language   Lab
         capabilities at the CMC campus. Ms. White-Locke also
         offered $50 to begin a fund for computers, programs, and
         additional equipment.
         Eric Pontius, Student, Palm Desert, congratulated the
         student council there on passing student center fee and
         to let them know that the students appreciate them for
         their work. Also, he wanted to tell the Board that they
         want to be involved so he proposed that a new
         constitution be rewritten.
         Wm. Bailey, Student, Palm Desert, offered to match the
         $50 contribution for the Lab.
   V.    REPORTS:
         1.   Governina Board - Mr. House congratulated Mr.
              Hayden on his recent victory in the Trustee
              election.
     Mr. Hayden stated that he appreciated the support
     from the High Desert and all the other people that
     helped him with his campaign.
2.   Academic Senate - Norm Thu, President, also offered
     congratulations to Trustee Hayden in his recent
     victory. He also made the following announcements:
     District Faculty Lecture Series, Monday, Dec. 4 at
     2:00 p.m. in LH-1 with Professor Ashley McDermott,
     sponsored by Senate and the Foundation; Lecture in
     conjunction with the Notre Dame Club of Palm
     Springs and ASCOD, Professor Douglas Kmiec,
     Thursday, February 1, on "Whatever Happened to the
     Traditional American Family?".
     Professor Thu also stated that beginning in
     February the Town Hall Lecture Series will begin
     with free tickets provided to approximately 100 COD
     students.
     He added that they have been moving on the shared
     governance front with some very fruitful meetings,
     including President's Council and meetings of the
     President and Vice-President with Drs. George and
     Kroonen.     Senate has been involved in the
     prioritizing of academic hires. However, he stated
     that it appears that very major budget decisions         I
     are made absent participation from the faculty.
     The President's Council should be the major budget       1
     committee and they are of the opinion that very
     major decisions are made already before going to
     the Council. The Senate hopes that the Board would
     ask for further clarifications of the specific
     issues that are involved in the budget process.
3.   CSEA   - Joyce     Moore,   President   (See attached
     statement).
4.   CCA/CTA    -
                Michael O'Neill,      Vice-President   (See
     attached statement).
5.   C.O.D.A.A.     -
                   Judy Mandell, Vice-President, said
     that the adjunct supports the actions of the full-
     time faculty association as they understand its
     position; however, they are continuing to negotiate
     in good faith.
6.   ASCOD    -   Laura    Lord,    President,    echoed
     congratulations to Mr Hayden. Ms. Lord continued
     by saying that progress has been made regarding the
     problems in negotiations on the student center and
     they are confident that there will be resolution.
     She thanked the administration for their efforts
     and cooperation. The next meeting on this subject
     will be November 28 at 4:00 p.m. and everyone is
     welcome to attend.
     She announced that the students are proud to
     announce that the student center fee was passed
     with 1,383 students voting and over 88% voted yes.
     A 2/3 vote was needed. Also, the faculty supported
     this and helped it to happen.
     ASCOD won 3rd in the Golf Cart Parade and have
     become more active in the community by reaching out
     to local businesses on the student ID card.
     Homecoming will be held on Saturday night with
     festivities to be held during half-time and after
     the game. ASCOD elections will be held November 20
     - 22 to fill 2 executive positions and 8 senatorial
     positions. Also, the Thanksgiving Dinner will be
     held on November 21 from 12:OO to 2:00 p.m. The
     Health and Fitness Fair will be held Dec. 11 and 12
     and a food drive conducted in conjunction with the
     CARE/EOPS programs. There also will be a Holiday
     Gift Tree again this year.
7.   Student Trustees: Bob Race, Copper Mountain, told
     of their various projects, including the outreach
     program to identify at risk kids. He will report
     next month on this. Copper Mt. Campus will also be
     conducting a food drive for Thanksgiving. Copies
     of their Newsletter will be distributed every 2
     weeks.
     Marie Gardner, Palm Desert, thanked Laura for
     covering the events.      Marie explained what a
     unifying experience the passing of the student
     center fee was in that all faculty/administration/
     staff worked together to accomplish this.       She
     would like to see more items from the College
     getting out to the community. She also thanked the
     Board for adopting the model she suggested in
     having ASCOD and ASCMC put into the Report section.
A)   State of the Colleqe - Dr. George also
     congratulated Chuck upon his re-election and
     then turned the meeting over to Provost
     Pulliam.
     Mr. Pulliam stated that Copper Mountain
     continues to move with one of their charges
     being to explore the feasibility of achieving
     a separate College status. This Fall, their
     campus is pleased to have Bob Race and Gilbert
     Perez.    The Friends of CMC continue to
     supplement not only the budget, but give
     credence    and    credibility     to    their
     instructional programs and it is a true
     partnership. He then turned the meeting over
     to Owen Gillick.
     Owen Gillick said he would not repeat the
     items in the Newsletter. There is, however, a
     video being prepared of the campus with two
     versions -- one for a fundraising message and
     the other for student recruiting.
     Mr. Pulliam conveyed that he is proud and
     pleased with their faculty and staff. There
     are issues that need to be addressed and there
     is a need to continue to work together to
     support       the      Board      and     the
     Superintendent/President.
     Dr. George then spoke about the activities of
     the District.    Negotiations with Indio on
     Eastern Valley Center are continuing on the
     site at El Morocco. It would be an extension
     site of COD with 33,000 sq. ft. of space.
     Many questions still remain, however. Cost to
     the District would be no more than what it is
     costing now.   It would b e considered as an
     educational center with other higher education
     institutions. Although, it would not be a
     final site for our EVC campus and would only
     be an interim type of home.
     Regarding the reorganization issue, which is
     part of the overall Renewal Initiative, there
     is a group, including leadership of the Senate
     and Dr. Kroonen, who have launched a task
     force     comprised     of    faculty/staf f/
     administration to develop what we believe will
     be an acceptable organizational structure.
The focus will be on Division/Academic
structure and, hopefully, other areas of the
College. He added that we will not have the
proposal by February (as previously planned)
but   will   have  some fairly     reasonable
information or indications as to where we
might be going and it will definitely be on a
positive tract.
Professor Thu stated that this group is being
co-chaired by Karen Tabor and Dr. Kroonen and
they are using the model previously used in
the BRC contract review. The final decision
will be supported by the broader college
community. He added that, outside of salary
and budget, this is one of the most important
factors at the College.
Dr. George continued by stating that, re-
garding the Multi-Agency Library, he has been
in contact with the City and they believe we
will not experience long-term problems (due to
issues with the County). We should be able to
open around middle of January, using our
current technology, due to the fact that one
of the ufall-outs't of the County leaving is
the technology portion which is uncertain at
this time. The public portion will be ready
by March/April with a dedication scheduled for
April 19 and public site opening on April 20.
Dr. George echoed the sentiments on the
student's success on the student center fee,
etc. ASCOD had talked about taking matters to
a higher level at the College and they
certainly have accomplished this.    He also
hopes that ASCMC can move along in that
direction   and   become   a   truly   viable
organization.
Dr. George stated that it is interesting to
hear people make comments about either campus
which indicate that the budget and salary
issues are very central; however, it has also
been a relatively good year even though we are
still climbing out of a deep hole. The 3%
increase mentioned earlier did not result in a
3% increase for the District.
           Many other issues, such as property tax
           shortfall, cost of election, bringing up the
           reserve, etc, need to be taken into
           consideration as well. A number of factors
           are also being considered that reflect long-
           term chronic problems which preclude coming to
           an "average" salary. This cost study has been
           sent to the CTA negotiating table but no reply
           has been received as yet.
           He commented that there are other factors that
           can, in fact, eliminate the long-term economic
           problems and we need to review these together.
           If these are not reviewed together, they will
           not get resolved.
           Dr. George is concerned about the talk of
           impasse; however, he feels that a good faith
           effort was made to put 2% on the table, as
           well as having a handle on longer-term chronic
           issues. The $300,000 put on the table for
           salary increases left about $50,000 only for
           operational expenses.      The requests from
           faculty and staff already exceed approx.
           $400,000.
           The Superintendent announced that the Nursing
           students, for the 2nd time, scored 100% on the
           National Council Licensing Exam. In addition,
           there is a forthcoming donation of $100,000
           from a Foundation that was established by two
           people who were in the medical environment and
           taken care of by COD nursing students. The
           family has gifted us with this money to go
           into the Nursing Program for two of their
           labs.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
Mrs. Suitt requested the removal of Personnel Services
Item No. 6 from the Consent Agenda. It was moved by Mrs.
McDonald, seconded by Mr. Hayden, that the Consent
Calendar be approved as follows. Motion carried.
A-2    Classified - Resignation
A-3    Classified - Unpaid Leave of Absence
A-5    Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
A-12   Employment Agreements
B-2    Out-of-State Travel
B-3    Out-of-State Travel
B-4    Out-of-State Travel
B-5    Out-of-State Travel
            Approval of 1996 Spring Schedule of Classes for CMC
            and PD Campuses
            Approval of 1996-97 Academic Calendar
            Payroll #4
            Approval of Warrant Lists
            Budget Transfer
            Quarterly Financial Report
            Approval of Contracts
            Volunteer Employees
            Gifts/Donations to the District
            Copper Mountain Campus' Request for San Bernardino
            County Community Block Grant
VII.   AGENDA:
       A.   PERSONNEL SERVICES:
            1.   Classified       -   Awwointments
                 It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by
                 Mrs. Suitt, to ratify the appointment of the
                 following individuals on the effective dates
                 indicated. Motion carried.
                 Brenda    Sanchez,   Instructional    Support
                 Assistant, Child Development Center, .10 FTE,
                 Range 8, Step A, $449.76 for the period of
                 October 3    -
                             December 22, 1995.
                 Jesse Vega, Admissions & Records Technician,
                 1.00 FTE, Range 8, Step A, $19,799 annually,
                 12 months, effective Oct. 10, 1995.
            2.   Classified       -   Resiqnation
                 Motion to ratify the resignation of the
                 following individual on the effective date
                 indicated:
                 Marivic     Ortiz-Luis,    Secretary     111,
                 Communications Division, 1.00 FTE, 10 months,
                 effective January 5, 1996.
            3.   Classified       -   Unpaid Leave of Absence
                 Motion to approve unpaid leave of absence for
                 the following individual:
                 Arnold   Bernstein,   Instructional Support
                 Assistant, Academic Skills Center, .50 FTE,
                 effective November 3 - December 31, 1995.
4.   Classified Confidential Emplovees        -   Salary
     Increase
     It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by
     Mrs. Suitt, that the Board approve a 2% sala~y
     increase for classified confidential employees
     as described. Motion carried.
5,   Hourlv Personnel   -   Classified/Students/Tutors
     Motion to ratify the employment of the
     Classified      Hourly     Personnel      and
     Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.
6.   Hourlv Personnel   -   Adjunct Faculty
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs.
     McDonald, to approve the hourly employment of
     the individuals named on the attached list(s)
     Motion carried.
                                                      .
7.   Public Hearinq - District Response to Faculty
     Association CCA/CTA/NEA Contract Proposal
     Board of Trustees conducted a public hearing
     regarding the District response to the Faculty
     Association CCA/CTA/NEA contract proposal.
     After no comment, the public hearing was
     closed.
8.   Golden Handshake
     It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by
     Mrs. Suitt, that the Board of Trustees adopt
     Golden Handshake periods of participation for
     the dates November 1 - December 29, 1995 and
     May 1   -  June 28, 1996 as described in
     Education Code Sections 22714 and 87488.
     Motion carried.
9.   Ap~ointment -   Chief Business Officer
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
     Hayden, that the appointment of Jo Ann Higdon
     as Chief Business Officer be ratified as
     presented. Motion carried.
     Jo Ann Higdon, Chief Business Officer, 1.00
     FTE, 12 months, effective July 1, 1995.
     10.     Classified   Suaervisors   and       Manaqement
             Emalo~ees- Salary Increase
             It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs.
             McDonald, to approve a 2% salary increase for
             the classified supervisors and management
             employees. Motion carried.
     11.     RESOLUTION and Policv   - Federal Transportation
             Emalovee Testinq Act
             It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
             Hayden, that the Board adopt a Resolution and
             Policy regarding United States Department of
             Transportation regulations implementing the
             Federal   Omnibus    Transportation   Employee
             Testing act of 1991.
             ROLL CALL VOTE
             Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Suitt
             Noes: None
             Absent: Sandler
             Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
     12.     Emalovment Aareements
             Motion to ratify the listing of employment
             agreements as provided.
C.    EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:
       la.   Out-of-State Travel
             It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mrs.
             McDonald, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
             Dr. Steve Simonsen to attend the National
             Reading Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana
             from November 29 - December 3, 1995. Motion
             carried.
       lb.   Out-of-State Travel
             It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
             Hayden, to approve out-of-state travel for Dee
             Gerken to attend an Advances in Psychiatric
             Mental Health Nursing Conference in Las Vegas,
                              -
             NV on December 15 17, 1995. Motion carried.
2.   Out-of-State Travel
     Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
     Cheryl Cook and Michael Murillo to travel to
     Glen Canyon, Arizona, from November 28 - 30,
     1995, to explore options for establishing a
     Desert Studies Center at Copper Mountain
     Campus.
     3.   Out-of-State Travel
          Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Dr.
          Ed Morante to attend the National Conference
          on Assessment in Higher Education, sponsored
          by the U.S. Dept. of Education, on December 7
          & 8, 1995 in Washington, D. C.

     4.   Out-of-State Travel
          Motion to ratify Out-of-State Travel for Karen
          Tabor to attend the 21st Annual Conference
          American Mathematical Association of Two-Year
          Colleges on November 9 - 12, 1995 in Little
          Rock, Arkansas.
     5.   Out-of-State Travel
          Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for John
          Marman, Head Basketball Coach, Assistant
          Coach(es) and team to attend U.N.L.V.'s Men's
          Basketball Tournament to be held in Las Vegas,
          Nevada, November 30   -
                                December 2, 1995.
     6.   Approval of 1996.Sprina Schedule of Classes
          for CMC & PD Campus
          Motion to approve the 1996 Spring Schedule of
          Classes for Copper Mountain Campus and Palm
          Desert Campus.
     7.   Approval of 1996-97 Academic Calendar
          Motion to approve the         proposed   Academic
          Calendar for 1996-97.
C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:
     1.   Payroll #4
          Motion that Payroll # 4 in the amount of
          $1,380,754.01 be approved as follows:
               Certificated         $      895,937.38
               Classified                  484,816.63
                    TOTAL           $     1,380,754.01
2.   Approval of Warrant Lists
     Motion to accept the warrant lists in the
     amount of $854,437.32.
3.   Budqet Transfer
     Motion to approve the transfer of funds.
4.   Quarterly Financial Report
     Motion to receive the District's               first
     quarterly financial report.
5.   RESOLUTION For Expenditure of Excess Funds
     It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
     Hayden, that the Board of Trustees adopt the
     Resolutions and Agreements and appoint the
     Superintendent/President   to formalize and
     complete any items on behalf of the District.
     ROLL CALL   VOTE:
     Aves :      Havden, House, McDonald, Suitt
     Noes :      Nohe  '

     Absent:     Sandler
     Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
6.   Approval of Contracts
     Motion that the Board         approve/ratify    the
     contracts presented.
7.   Volunteer Emplovees
     Motion that the board approve the employment
     of volunteer workers as follows:
     Joyce K. Patterson    -   Library
8.   Gifts/Donations to the District
     Motion to accept listed donations to the
     District.
              9.    Copper Mountain Campus' Request for           San
                    Bernardino Countv Communitv Block Grant
                    Motion that Board approve the Request for
                    Proposal to be submitted to the Dept. of
                    Economic and Community Development, San
                    Bernardino County, for a Community Development
                    Block Grant.
              lo.   Chanqe Order #1. #2, # 3 Multi-Aaencv Librarv
                    Contract Architectural Aareement
                    It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs.
                    McDonald, to approve Change Order Nos. 1, 2,
                    and 3, to the agreement for architectural
                    services with the IBI Group for the
                    construction of the Multi-Agency Library in
                    the total amount of $56,582, bringing the
                    total contract amount to $626,822.    Motion
                    carried.
              11.   Chanqe Order #9 to Bid #B-34-11 Multi-Aqency
                    Librarv
                    It was moved by Mrs. McDonald, seconded by Mr.
                    Hayden, to approve Change Order #9 to Bid #B-
                    94-11 in the amount of $27,735, to Skidmore
                    Contracting for construction of the Multi-
                    Agency Library bringing the total contract
                    amount to $6,699,688.37, with a completion
                    date of February 24, 1996. Motion carried.
VIII.    AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
         A.    CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
               GRAFSKY)     -
                          CTA; CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION
               54957.6
         B.    EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED         LITIGATION,
               PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9
   IX.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION     --    ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
         CLOSED SESSION,
         A.    No action.
         B.    No action.
X.   ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON F R I D A Y , DECEMBER 15.
     1 9 9 5 , A T 9 :00 A.M. I N THE BOARD ROOM, PALM DESERT CAMPUS.




                      Approved:
    CSEA Address to the COD Board of Trustees
    November 17, 1995

    At the outset, let it be known that CSEA is dedicated to the improvement of the educational
    delivery system. CSEA finds that commitment blocked at every turn by the District itself.

    The California School Employees Association, Chapter 407 is deeply disturbed at the long
    standing hostile atmosphere created by the District. The hostility has deepened during the past
    several months to the point that communication between the representatives of Classified School
    Employees and the District Administrators has ceased to exist.

    The Chapter has been informed at the negotiation table that the District's Chief Negotiator is,
    himself in a state of confusion as to what he can and cannot negotiate. His ability to discuss any
    issue whatsoever, is in a constant state of doubt. A1 Grafsky, while only two years ago was
    allowed to be an effective negotiator on behalf of the District has now been reduced to nothing
    more than an apparition of his former self. It is difficult to determine whether or not this is a
    ploy on the part of the District, resulting in delaying tactics or if this is a genuine representation
    of Dr. Grafsky's actual position.

    The fact remains however, that there has been no progress made in months of negotiations
    efforts. We have not even been able to approach a subject, much less listen to possible
    alternatives.

I   If Al Grafsky is no longer able to negotiate for the District, then who is?

    We are well aware that the State has funded the Community Colleges at a higher level than at
    any other time in recent years. Yet the Classified Staff has been offered nothing. The Classified
    Staff employed at College of the Desert are among the most poorly paid in the State of
    California. We have fallen so far behind the rate of inflation it would take at least an 18% salary
    increase simply to catch up. Everything we need to buy has increased in price. It is a crying
    shame to see a single mother working on this campus struggling to support her one or two
    children on her take home pay of $1100.00 per month. She works hard, and is in fear of
    speaking up for herself for fear of causing trouble. Did you know that it is not uncommon for
    Classified employees to qualify for low income subsidies such as food stamps? Believe me, our
    families are struggling out there! If you will allow me for a moment, to illusaate just how much
    a 2% salary increase would actually mean to the average Classified employee, there would be
    the sum $44.86 per month or $448.60 per year for a ten month employee. $538.32 for a 12
    month employee. Before taxes. After all deductions do you realize the great sum of $29.80
    would swell the family coffer? That's less than a dollar a day for the good and faithful work
    produced by our Classified Staff! Just think, maybe they could buy a soda with it on their lunch
    time. It's an insult! People need to become our priority in this District. We can go a long way
    with a satisfied staff.

    It seems that the policies of this District have only led to time consuming, unproductive
    wrangling, hiding poor supervisors and in general creating a place where very few people enjoy
    coming to work.
Meanwhile, the dishonest, underhanded, disingenuous behavior of the District representatives has
only served to fikher create a deep distrust and genuine dislike and lack of respect for those
representatives on the part of the Classified Employees. The constant threats and forms of
harassment perpxtrated upon Classified employees, only serve to create a strong belief that the
time has come for a clean sweep of all those guilty parties who are now acting as Disuict
Administrators.

There is now, and has been a conscious and deliberate effort to change the "culture" of this
campus from one of friendly, open and cooperative communication to one of suspicion, anger
and resentment. An effort to discourage support of "customer service" actions on the part of the
staff in several areas of the campus and the closed door policy practiced by those Administrators
involved, have fostered an unprecedented divisiveness on this campus. We are now at a point
of being barely able to work together.

Discontent is rampant. Rumblings of alienation and frustration have developed among the Staff.
The breakdown in respect for the Staff has become overt. Staff members believe that the Disaict
fails to understand the basic tenants of human relations. The "personality" of the Disaict exudes
one that is bent on power and control; giving little or no credence to the time tested and proven
need for genuine respect shown to employees. Instead, people feel demeaned and discriminated
against. There is a great deal of discrimination on this campus and the greatest amount is
generated around what job or position a person holds.

We all have work to do on this campus and we are all of equal importance. We all need each
other in order to produce the end results. Simply because one is "in charge" does not mean that
that person is superior to the others. One does not deserve respect simply because he is in
charge. Respect is earned through ones' actions.

This quagmire we find ourselves in, is due to poor management pracrices. This leads to
assumptions, right or wrong on the part of the Staff about management competence and
efficiency. The Staff has been demoralized by an out-of-touch group of Disaict Administrators
who act on behalf of the Board of Trustees. This lack of understanding of the Staff has led to
a breaking of trust. The break is so severe as to be irreparable. The social and economic
contract has been broken. We need a new social order, the sooner the better.

CSEA feels that we have had enough of this management style. CSEA Chapter 407 supports the
Faculty Association in it's declared impasse and states here and now, that CSEA itself appears
headed in the same direction.
     The CCAICTA Faculty Association and the District have been actively involved in

     negotiation since August 28 in order to reach a contract settlement. The faculty

     have been working without a contract since June. It was the Association's desire

     to reach a contract settlement by November. To that end, the Association entered

     into negotiations with a positive, cooperative and issues based approach. Nine
                                \.

     contractual items were originally sunshined by the Association. One has

     subsequently been withdrawn to facilitate reaching agreement o n a new contract

     prior t o the end o f this semester. Of the remaining eight (8) articles, the

     Association and the District have reached tentative agreement o n only t w o (2).

     The Association's focus has been twofold: 1) t o begin the process of upgrading

     the contract language to current standards in effect throughout community colleges

     i n the state, and 2) to improve the salary schedule. Most of our efforts t o update


II   contract language have been rejected as either illegal, not permitted by advice of

     legal counsel, or rejected by management; even though the proposed language we

     submitted was taken from other community college contracts currently in effect.



     The Association's second focus, t o improve the Faculty salary schedule has

     likewise been rejected with no indication, from the District, of a willingness to

     negotiate this item. The Association's salary proposal was submitted with an

     addendum containing a list of items that the Association offered to review i n depth

     with the District in order to generate monies to fund the current salary proposal

     now, and t o generate additional monies for future years. The District has remained

     mute with regard t o these items. Because of the above, the Association declared

     an impasse in negotiations on November 13 and is requesting arbitration. A t this

     time, the Board of Trustees is being faxed information regarding the comparison of
the 1994195 Faculty Salary Schedules of all the 7 1 community college districts.

You will see that in most areas, our salary schedule is in the bottom quarter, 57th,

60th or 61st out of 7 1 districts. In t w o other comparison groups, w e ranked in the

third quarter: 44th & 47th out of 7 1 districts. This information is based on

                                                              %
1994195 salaries. The state wide average salary increase was I last year,

Desert Community College District's was 0%. A t this time, statewide salary

increases for the current year average 3.5%. The average increases of the

eighteen colleges in our comparison group, who have negotiated salary increase for

the current year, is 3.5%. If action is n o t taken t o improve the salary schedule,

the Desert Community College District may be 71st out of 7 1 districts at this time

next year. In order t o recruit and retain the highest quality faculty, they need to be

offered something in addition t o a warm climate. The students of this district

deserve the highest quality of instruction and the faculty must be appropriately

compensated in order to insure that quality.                                                 I
                                                                                             I

The Association requests that the Board review the information given to you.

Further, w e are tired   - no,   actually exhausted with delays and more delays, and still

getting nowhere. The administration would not and does not accept poor

performance in faculty. Why should the faculty accept poor salaries!



We have negotiated in good faith and w e continue t o produce verifiable, accurate

statistics that further prove our need for an improved, and up-to-date, contract.
     CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL           -   Employment Listing
1I
     A.   Short-term:
I
            1.   EARP, Amie
                 Library Technician I (Substitute)
                 7-A, $8.93 per hour, not to exceed 15 hrs per week
                 October 10, 1995 for no more than 60 days
            2.   McALLISTER, Sylvia
                 Secretary/Fine Arts (Substitute)
                 6-A, $8.50 per hour
                 September 28, 1995 until Terri Fleck returns to work
            3.   SCHRIEBER, Jack
                 copy Center Substitute
                 11-A, $10.85 per hour
                 October 12    -
                              19, 1995


            1.   ALEJOS, Marina
                 Tutor/Child Development Center
                 $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                 October 9 - December 22, 1995
            2.   ANTONELLI, Juana
                 Tutor/Proctor, .DSP&S, CMC
                 $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                 October 2 - December 22, 1995
            3.   BENNETT, Dwayne
                 Student WorkerlAthletic Department
                 $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
                 August 24, 1995       -
                                   May 30, 1996
            4.   CARREIRA, Doming0
                 Tutor/Math, Physics
                 $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
                 September 5       -
                               December 22, 1995
            5.   CASTILLO. Janet
                 T~~O~/DSP&S
                 $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
                 August 24 - December 22, 1995
            6.   CHOAN, Ed
                 Tutor/Computer Science
                 $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
                 August 24 - December 22, 1995
CHOI, Wai
Tutor/Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
COLLINS, Glenda
Tutor/Business
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
DE LA CRUZ, Marjorie
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
DOTSON, John
Student Worker, Student Services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
September 11      -
               December 22, 1995
ELLISON, Dennis
Tutor, EMT, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week.
September 18      -
               December 22, 1995
ESTRADA, Maria
Student Worker/ASCOD Office
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
August 24 - December 22, 1995
GARZA, Minerva
Tutor, DSP&S, CMC
$6.04 per hour
September 5   -
              December 22, 1995
GUDGER, Charles
Student Worker/Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
August 24, 1995       -
                  May 30, 1996
LA FROMBOISE, Melinda
TutorjChild Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
October 18    -
             December 22, 1995
LANTZ, Marilyn
Tutor, Chemistry, CMC
$6.04 per hour
September 21      -
               December 22, 1995
17.   MARTISIUS, Milda
      Tutor/Math
      $6.04 per hour,not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
18.   MASSEY, Charles
      Tutor/EMT, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      September 18  -December 22, 1995
19.   PICHLER, Niklas
      Student Worker/Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 28, 1995   -
                        June 1, 1996
20.   SCHONFELD, David
      Proctor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
21.   SMITH, Howard
      Tutor/Math
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
22.   STEAD, Roxanne
      Tutor/EMT, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      September 18  -December 22, 1995
23.   STEPHENS, Jonathan
      Tutor/Geography
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
24.   TREMBLAY, Caryle
      Tutor, Math
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
25.   WADDELL, Dale
      Tutor/EMT, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      September 18  -December 22, 1995
26.   WILKES, Marlon
      Student Worker/Ceramics
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
                            -
      September 26, 1995 June 1, 1996
27.   WILKES, Marlsn
      Student WorkerlLibrary
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 5 hours per week
      October 18 - December 22,1995
28.   WILSON, Nicholas
      Student Worker, Maintenance
      $5.06 per hour
      August 26, 1995 - May 29, 1996
    COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
    Educational Support S e r v i c e s            M E M O R A N D U M
    Date:       October 2 5 , 1 9 9 5
    To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
                Director of Personnel
    From:       Suzann Pell, Director
                Educational Support Services
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        LAFONTAINE, John       Air Cond./~eErig. COD
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    FROM :         J.
    SUBJ :         Board Agenda Item
                   Spring 1996 Community Service
    DATE :         October 26, 1995
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        AFFLICK, Rose                           VITA                                              CMC
        BEEMAN, Frederick                       TVS                                               CMC
*       BRELSFORD, Mark                         Self Defense                                      CMC
,       BRENNER, Samuel                         SAT Preparation                                   CMC
*       CONTI, Jenny                            Body Reading                                     CMC
        COOK, C.                                Caligraphy                                        CMC
        COXSON, Betty                           SAT Preparation                                   CMC
        DELLA ZOPPA, Peggy                      Cert Food Workrs                                 CMC
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        HERMANN, Frederic                       TVS                                              CMC
        LAFERRIERE, Elizabeth                   Floral Design                                    MCB
        PECORELLA, John                         TVS                                               CMC
        SLEVIN, Robert                          Wellness Seminar                                  CMC
        SMETON, Robert                          Desert Prospecting.                               CMC
        STEAD, Roxanne                          CPR                                              CMC
        WHARFF, Jim                             Metal Detecting                                  CMC
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    TO:         Personnel

    FROM :     J.

    SUBJ :     Board Agenda Item
               Spring 1996 Adjunct Faculty

    DATE :     October 26, 1995

                                                                                             Credit/Non-Credit
                                      w                                    Location          Communitv Service
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    ADAMS,   Dennis                   Adult Basic Ed                           CMC           Non-Credit

    AFFLICK, Rosemarie                Tax Acctg I1                            CMC            Credit
                                      Computer Acctg                          CMC            Credit

    AINSWORTH, Chester                Intro to Ethics                         CMC            Credit

    ALLEN, Cathy                      Life Drawing                            CMC            Credit
                                      Intro to Art                            CMC            Credit
                                      Painting Oil                            CMC            Credit
                                      Painting Workshop                       CMC            Credit

    BLAU, William                     Intro to Philosophy                      CMC           Credit
                                      Intro to Ethics                          CMC           Credit

    BOND, Eric                        Wgt Tr/Beg                               TPHS          Credit

    BOTTORFF, Tera                    Elem Biology Lab                        MCB            Credit
                                      Elements of Biology                     CMC            Credit

    BRADLEY, David                    Intro Windows/DOS                        CMC           Credit



                      A C a m p u s of t h e D e s e r t Conittlltnity C o l l e g e D i s t r i c t
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BRENNER, Samuel        Liberal Arts Math        CMC      Credit
                       Statistical Methods      CMC      Credit

BROOKS, Rosetta        Intro to Art            CMC       Credit

BROWER, David          Intro Sociology         CMC       Credit
                       Persp Death/Dying       CMC       Credit
                       Soc/Crit Thinking       WHS       Credit

BURTON, Ann            College Algebra         CMC       Credit
                       Intermed Algebra        CMC       Credit

BYRD, James            Eng Perf I1 NATEF       CMC       Credit
                       Eng Perf I11 NATEF      CMC       Credit

CADE, ROSS             Intro Network Oper      CMC       Credit

CASE, Glenda           Gen Psychology          MCB       Credit
                       Human Sexuality         CMC       Credit

CHERAZ, Lois           Freshman Comp I         MCB       Credit
                       Intro Exposit Wrtg      CMC       Credit

CHRISTENSEN, Lee Ann   Intermed Algebra        MCB       Credit
                       Elem Algebra            CMC       Credit

COLE, John             College Algebra         MCB       Credit

CORNETT, William       Eng Rebld I Top End     CMC       Credit
                       Eng Rebld I1 Low End    CMC       Credit
                       Automotive Lab          CMC       Credit

COWDERY, Richard       Fund of Chemistry       TPHS      Credit

COXSON, Betty          Basic Writing Skills    CMC       Credit
                       Intro Exposit Wrtg      CMC       Credit
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    October 26, 1995
    Page Three

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HamQ                    Course T i t l e       oain
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    CROUTER, V. Marge   Government Acctg       CMC    Credit

    CUYNO, Mary         Elern. Spanish         MCB    Credit
                        Span Conversation      CMC    Credit

    DIXON, Glenn        Report Writing         CMC    Credit

GIANNINI, Carol         EMT Refresher          CMC    Credit

GILLICK, Audrey         Paint/Water Color      HVWC   Credit
                        Painting Workshop      HVWC   Credit

GRACE, Elsie            Paint/Water Color       CMC   Credit
                        Paint/Oil               CMC   Credit
                        Paint/Workshop          CMC   Credit

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HARDIN, Terry
                        Paint/Desert Lndscp

                        Gen Microbiology
                                              . CMC
                                               CMC
                                                      Credit

                                                      Credit

HARMAN, Robert          Descript Astronomy     MCB    Credit
                        Environ Geology        TPHS   Credit
                        Environ Geology Lab    TPHS   Credit

HART, Dennis            Intro Sociology        MCB    Credit

HARTLEY, Gordon         Counseling             CMC    Non-Credit

HERMANN, Fredric        Criminal Law           MCB    Credit

HETTIG, Robert          Gen. Psychology        CMC    Credit

HINTON, Margaret        Soc/Crit Thinking      CMC    Credit

KIRK, Stuart            Adult Basic Educ       CMC    Non-Credit

LARSEN, Bruce           Accounting I           MCB    Credit
                        Accounting I1          CMC    Credit
                        Intro to Acctg         MCB    Credit
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LAWLESS, Doris      Child/Family Commun      CMC      Credit

LAWLESS, James      Princ/Microeconom       MCB       Credit
                    Accounting I            CMC       Credit

LOWELL, Ralph       Intro/Network Prog       CMC      Credit
                    Intro/Computer Sci       CMC      Credit

MANCINI , Thomas    Intro to Music          CMC       credit
                    Intro to Music          MCB       Credit

MECHAM, Arvel       Medical Term            MCB       Credit

MENLEY, Charles     Pce Off/PC 832          CMC       Credit

MERRITT, Merle      Intro to Government     CMC       Credit

MITZ, Art           U. S. History           CMC       Credit
                    Mass Media Amer Cult    CMC       Credit
                    Intro to Government     CMC       Credit

MOATS, Kenneth      Adult Basic Educ        CMC       Non-Credit
                    Adult Basic Educ        CMC       Non-Credit
                    ESL Conv Skills         CMC       Non-Credit

MOODY, Leslie       Basic Pharmacology      MCB       Credit

MORAN, Sandra       Currclm DsgnI,II,III TPHS         Credit

MULLER, Mark        Adv "C" Lang Prog       CMC       Credit
                    Adv Pascal Prog         CMC       Credit

MUNSEY, Robert      Fund/Fire Prevention CMC          Credit
                    Fire Protection      MCB          Credit
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        October 26, 1995
        Page Five

                                                            Credit/Non-Credit
        Kiama                                     Lczxd&n   Community Service

        NAFUS, Matthew      U.S. History           MCB      Credit
                            Intro to Government    CMC      Credit

        NEWLAND, Donna      Emerg Med Tech I       CMC      Credit

        OHLFS, Debra        .General Nutrition     CMC      Credit
                            General Nutrition      MCB      Credit

        PALMER, Charles     Ado1 Psychology      MCB        Credit
                            Persp Death/Dying    CMC        Credit
                            Marrg&Fam.A Soc.Aprh CMC

        PALMER, Danielle    Adult Basic Educ       CMC      Non-Credit

        PECORELLA, John     Prin/Proc/Justic Sys   CMC      Credit

    I   PENAFLOR, Deborah   Cmptr Apps/Windows
                            Adv lotus 1-2-3
                                                   MCB
                                                   CMC
                                                            Credit
                                                            Credit

        PITTS, Linda        Intro Health Sci       CMC      Credit

        PLUMER, Sam         Counseling             CMC      Non-Credit

        RAUCH, James        Badminton/Beg          YVHS     Credit

        RIEMAN, Steven      Sculpture              CMC      Credit
                            Papermaking            CMC      Credit
                            ~ainting/WaterColor    CMC      Credit
                            Painting Workshop      CMC      Credit

        SABEL, James        College Arithmetic     MCB      Credit

        SCOTT, Wanda        ~ntro/CompSci Lab      CMC      Credit

        SEHESTEDT, Nellie   Beg Cmptr Keyboard     CMC      Credit

        SLOTTA, Beverly     Beg/Int Wordpf/Win     CMC      Credit
I                           Adv Wordperfect/Win    CMC      Credit
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Xm                         n                     Location   Community Service

SLOTTA, John               Applied Bus Comm        CMC      Credit
                           Medical Sec. Proc       CMC      Credit

SMETON, Robert             Medical Terminology    CMC       Credit
                           Elements of Biology    CMC       Non-Credit

SPEER, Mark                Bar Clean Air Pt. I    CMC       Credit
                           Bar Clean Air Pt. I1   CMC       Credit
                           Auto Air Cond I        CMC       Credit

STANIFER, Thomas           Basic Writing Skills CMC         Credit
                           Basic Writing Skills MCB         Credit

STILLMAN, Eugene           Legal Aspcts/Evidnce   CMC       Credit

SUNDERLAND, Jack           Elem Algebra           MCB       Credit

TEEL, Charles              Crime Scene/Lab Tech   MCB       Credit

VUNCANNON, 'De
             lcie          History of Art         CMC       Credit
                           Cultural Anthro        CMC       Credit
                           Human Evolution        CMC       Credit

WILL, J. Edward            Acting I               CMC       Credit

WITWER, Dennis             Fund of Chemistry      WHS       Credit
                           Fund of Chemistry      YVHS      Credit

ZIMARIK, Susan             Currclm DsgnI,11,111 TPHS        Credit
                           Child Learning Envir MCB         Credit
                           Child Learning Devel MCB         Credit



*First Assignment at CMC
             DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                     BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                 MINUTES - REGULAR MEETING
                     DECEMBER 15. 1995


  I.   CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
       The meeting was called to order by Chairman House,
       followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
 11.   ROLL CALL:
       Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt, Student
       Trustees Marie Gardner (Palm Desert) and Bob Race (Copper
       Mountain Campus) were present.
111.   SWEARING IN OF RE-ELECTED BOARD MEMBER:
       Superintendent/President    administered the Oath of
       Allegiance to Trustee Charles Hayden. Trustee Hayden
       recognized other staff members who give public service to
       other institutions. He stated that he has hopes of doing
       big things in the next four years, including training for
       vocational and technical fields and doing all that we can
       with the least amount of money.
IV.    ORGANIZATION FOR 1996:
       A.   ELECTION OF OFFICERS:
            1)   Chairman - Mrs. Suitt made motion to nominate
                 Virnita McDonald as Chairman of the Board of
                 Trustees. Seconded by Mr. Hayden, and motion
                 carried.
                 Mr. House was also commended by Mrs. Suitt for
                 his excellent service and leadership.      Mr.
                 House thanked everyone for their support
                 during the last 2 years and said that he will
                 continue to serve and promised his loyal
                 support to the new Chairman and to the Board.
                 ~t this time, Mrs. McDonald took over the
                 gavel to Chair the meeting.
            2)   Vice-chairman - It was moved by Mr. Hayden,
                 seconded by Mr. House, to nominate Jackie
                 Suitt as Vice-chairman. Motion carried.
     3)   Clerk   -
                  It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by
          Mrs. Suitt, to nominate Chuck Hayden as Clerk.
          Motion carried.
     4)   Secretary - It was moved by Mr. Hayden,
          seconded by Mrs. Suitt, that the President of
          the College serve as Secretary to the Board.
          Motion carried.

     5)                                   -
          Representative/Countv Committee It was moved
          by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
          nominate Dr. Barney Sandler, to serve as
          Representative to this Committee.     Motion
          carried.
     6)   Representative/CACC -  It was moved by Mrs.
          Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to nominate Dr.
          Barney Sandler to serve as Representative.
          Motion carried.
B.   SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS:

     1)           -
          Dates It was the consensus of the Board that
          meetings will continue to be held on the third
          Friday of the month (with certain exceptions
          due to holidays and budget hearings).

     2)   --
          Time   It was the consensus that meetings will
          continue to be held at 9:00 a.m.
     3)   Location    -
                     Meetings will continue to be held
          on the Palm Desert Campus with quarterly
          meetings to be held at the Copper Mountain
          Campus. One additional meeting will be held
          during the year at Copper Mountain Campus.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF NOVEMBER 17,
1995:
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to
approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of November
17, 1995. Motion carried.
PUBLIC COMMENT:
The following persons spoke duringthis portion regarding
the faculty salary issue:
Hushang Shahidi
Domenico Sottile
Marcelino Diaz
Pat Patterson
Lance Read
Mary Boyd
Terry Nicholson
Gary Bergstrom
Steve Simonson
Andrea Steinman
Wade Harrison
Wm. Bailey
Ron Oden spoke regarding the United Way programs.
REPORTS :
1)   Governina Board -  Dr. Sandler stated that he was
     disturbed about the new committee to investigate
     re-organization of the College as the original
     deadline for the report was to be in February. He
     now has the impression that this committee is going
     to go through some kind of a study on the concept
     of departments or divisions or other new structures
     which could take up to 2 years.
     He   congratulated   Virnita    McDonald   on   the
     Chairmanship and discussed his findings on other
     types of Board structures which also includes self-
     evaluation periodically.     He believes that any
     organization should have an evaluation by other
     elements. He also suggests a committee structure
     where 2 members of the Board meet with Faculty to
     become involved in their issues instead of waiting
     for the faculty to come up with ideas which require
     a yes/no from the Board. This would also include
     the classified staff and other groups.           He
     suggested that the Board take this under advisement
     and develop some type of a plan.
     Mrs. Suitt congratulated Ron Oden on his
     appointment to the City Council of Palm Springs.
     She is delighted in the fact that this is one of
     the best Councils the City has had in many years,
     and especially about the positive publicity that
     has been brought to the College. She stated that
     Ron is an excellent representative of the College
     and how they are involved in the community.
     She also expressed disappointment about the
     statements that were made at last month's meeting
     regarding Dr. Grafsky and said that he has served
     in an excellent manner over the years and certainly
     did not deserve to have those things said about
     him. She personally apologized to Dr. Grafsky for
     those comments.
     Mr. House announced that there is an art display at
     the Coachella Valley Museum of his own photography
     work and would appreciate everyone attending to
     view these.
     Dr. Sandler reviewed the report on the 1995 annual
     conference of CCLC in November 1 9 9 5 in Burlingame
     and provided his report in entirety for the
     minutes. (See attached.)
2)   Academic Senate - Norman Thu, President, thanked
     his colleagues and the students who spoke earlier.
     He continued by saying that the Senate continues to
     work hard, long, and effectively in dealing with a
     host of issues and challenges.      The senate is
     behind the faculty and beside the union in the
     collective determination to raise faculty salaries
     to at least a minimal, respectable level in
     comparison with other community colleges.              1
                                                            I

     He continued by saying that the Senate voted           1
     unanimously to push forward a 5% faculty salary
     increase proposal to the District, which they feel
     is reasonable, fair, and essential to the health,
     vitality, and the future of the academic health and
     soul of this institution.      He feels that this
     proposal is doable and is viable, even within the
     context of our limited budgetary resources. The
     faculty know that the District is underfunded and
     will need and require more funding support from
     private donor sources: however, they cannot go on
     promises and hopes about what the future will
     bring. Teaching/ learning is the mission and the
     choice is ours to make. He said that we should
     avail ourselves of the window of opportunity that
     we still have and now is the time for decisive
     conscious steps to do the right thing for the
     faculty.
3)   -
     CSEA    -Joyce Moore, President, commended Dr.
     Sandler for his suggestion that the Board should be
     more involved.     She also stated that she was
     disappointed that the comments regarding Dr.
     Grafsky were misunderstood and no disrespect was
     intended. She added that the unit was going into
     negotiations that afternoon and she wanted to
     remind the Board of the commitment to get to salary
     parity, as morale is low. Shestated that it would
     be prudent for the Board to recognize their
     explicit support of the CTA position regarding this
     salary parity.
4)   CCA/CTA         -
                Char Whitaker thanked her colleagues,
     Senate, and students for their support.        They
     continue to work long and hard. They had hoped to
     conclude their negotiations in November; however,
     this did not occur. Their two main concerns were:
     to upgrade current language to reflect standards in
     other community colleges and to significantly
     enhance salaries. These were rejected and PERB has
     declared impasse so mediation is the next step to
     discuss issues and then go into fact-finding. She
     concluded by saying that faculty and students are
     at the heart of finding a reasonable and fair
     contract solution.
(MR. HOUSE WAS EXCUSED AT 10:15           A.M.   TO ATTEND A
FUNERAL.)
5)   C.O.D.A.A.          -   No report.
6)   ASCOD       -
               Laura Lord President, reviewed their
     events: homecoming, Thanksgiving dinner, health
     and fitness fair, Fall elections, etc. The student
     group looks forward to continued success next
     semester as they have helped to improve campus
     climate. Plans for the student center have been
     approved by both the students and administration
     and they look forward to the new location.      She
     added that their group understands the District's
     limited resources, but are extremely concerned
     about the negotiations as this may impact the level
     of education the students will receive now and in
     the future and will affect the quality of faculty
     at our College. ASCOD has pledged their support to
     help find a solution for this very serious matter,
     understanding that there are limited funds and
     limited resources. They are also sympathetic to
     the District.
7)   ASCMC   -   No report.
                                5
8)   Student Trustees - Marie Gardner, Palm Desert,
     commended the students who chose to become involved
     in the issues at the College; however, she stated
     that she had a concern about the inherent problem
     with faculty being allowed to approach students and
     the students being afraid of retaliation (grades)
     as to whether or not they spoke.
     Bob Race, Copper Mt. Campus, stated that due to
     some resignations, they will be holding further
     elections next month and will have officers at the
     next meeting at their campus to be introduced.


     A)   State of the Colleqe - Dr. George announced
          the establishment of a Classified Senate
          within the District as follows: "I want to
          announce the establishment of a Classified
          Senate within the District. The establishment
          of such an entity is provided by Education
          Code Section 70902 and Section 50123.35 of the
          Title V regulations.     No Board action is
          required.     The Classified Senate will
          concentrate exclusively on those issues which
          are outside the purview of collective
          bargaining. Matters of shared governance will    I
          be the main focus of the group. There is some    1
          controversy surrounding the existence of a
          Classified Senate within a District in that
          such a group is not always welcomed by the
          local collective bargaining representatives.
          CSEA has already indicated that it does not
          consider the establishment of a Classified
          Senate to be legal.        Our legal advice,
          however, is to the contrary.      Within many
          other community college districts throughout
          the State, Classified Senates and CSEA (or
          some other bargaining agent) exist peacefully
          and productively.       Hopefully, such an
          atmosphere can be fostered here as well."
          Dr. George stated that, in looking forward and
          looking back, the sentiment expressed earlier
          was focused on a narrow issue.      There are
          difficult decisions and he would like to have
          the negotiation process open to a full and
          fair disclosure.
He continued by saying that the District
financial     climate    was    systemically
underpowered, starting the day Prop. 13 was
signed.    At that time, we became a I1low-
revenue" District and, if we had known, could
have taken steps to raise the level of
taxation in our community. The State tried to
develop a mechanism to elevate this condition
over time     and   that has    not worked.
Maintenance/operations (approx. $300,000) is
not funded and many issues can be remedied
over time.
He stated that the District and CTA has joined
to begin to address many issues which affect
the ability of this College to do what it
wants to do. He invited anyone to come to
listen and discuss the data which provides the
basis upon which we are running. He said that
there was an agreement with the Board and with
the staff in negotiations to put $300,000
aside for salary increases across the Board
and this is a commitment of the College on a
short-term basis. Due to this, however, there
is only approximately $50,000 to expend on the
other budgetary needs of the College.
Regarding the longer-term picture, The Supt./
President said that the State financial
situation should be improving in the Spring.
He has instructed the Chief Negotiator to go
back to the different groups to negotiate some
portion of the anticipated monies to be
received for salaries and to maintain the
operational and program integrity of the
College.
Many factors are involved, i.e. productivity,
maintenance/operations, electrical costs, etc.
It s necessary to use the resources we have at
the College more effectively. At this time,
the ~cademic Enrichment Fund (which is
designated to go to the Divisions) has a
target of $5 million at the end of 1996. It
is in excess of $1 million and income from
this will go into the Division accounts.
                 Dr. George challenged everyone to come and
                 help the District to understand better how to
                 get through this time.     While salaries are
                 critical and important, some day he hopes we
                 can get beyond that and recognize and
                 celebrate the things we do to provide services
                 to over 10,000 students and the College
                 community, i.e. M/A Library, International
                 student program; Kismet production: Fiber-
                 optics backbone; Privatization of the driving
                 range;    capital    improvement     projects ;
                 successful review of the BRC contract; Sports
                 programs; Eastern Valley Center progress;
                 Alternative Energy Program; Grants; etc.
                 Dr. George concluded by saying that we believe
                 that we have every possibility of meeting all
                 of our needs in 1996 but that goal will not be
                 met by any group acting alone; however, we
                 will have to go through a period of tense
                 introspection on many fronts with many hard
                 decisions to be made.    He said that with a
                 combined spirit and focusing on various
                 issues, we can meet and achieve any of the
                 issues we have discussed. It is up to each
                 one of us to go back and look at what we are
                 doing.    He feels that he has the best
                 administrative staff he has ever had and           1
                 everyone basically wants the same things and
                 there is no difference in opinions.        The     I
                 question is how do we get there?
            B)   Recoqnition Items   -   None.
            C)   Board Communications    -   None.
VII.   CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
       approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of A - 7 .
       Motion carried.
                 classified    -Appointment
                 classified    -Resignation
                 Hourly Personnel       -
                                      Classified/Students/Tutors
                 Classified    -Family and Medical Care Leave
                 Holidays  -  Classified Staff, 1996/97
                 Hourly Personnel       -
                                      Adjunct Faculty
                 Employment Agreements
                 Payroll # 5
                 Approval of Warrant Lists
                 Budget Transfers
                 Gifts/Donations to the District
                 Receive Report of Workers Compensation Self-
                             Insurance
                 Approval of Contracts
VIII.       AGENDA :
            A.   PERSONNEL SERVICES
                 1.    Classified   -   Appointment
                       Motion to ratify the           appointment of   the
                       following individual:
                       Thomas Oakden, Security Officer, .29 FTE,
                       Range 9, Step A, $4,526.00 annually, 10
                       months, effective December 2, 1995.
                 2.    Classified   -   Resiqnation
                       Motion to ratify the           resignation of   the
                       following individual:
                       Gale Ray, Security Officer, .29 FTE,             10
                       months, effective November 19, 1995.
                 3.    Hourlv Personnel     - Classified/Students/Tutors
                       Motion to ratify the employment of the
                       Classified      Hour1 y    Personnel      and
                       Students/Tutors as listed on the attached.
        *        4.    E                                               nd
                       Notetakers
                       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
                       Sandler, that the method of compensating
                       Mobility Assistants and Notetakers be altered
                       to reflect the process described, effective
                       with the Spring semester, 1996.        Motion
                       carried.
5.    Classified     -       Family and Medical Care Leave
      Motion to grant Family and Medical Care Leave
      to John Meek on a provisional basis.       The
      status of the Leave can be adjusted by
      administration upon receipt of the appropriate
      medical certification from Mr. Meek's doctor,
      including a specific time period for the
      leave, not to exceed that which is provided by
      contract and law.
6.    Holidays   -   Classified Staff, 1996/97
      Motion to ratify the attached list of holidays
      for classified staff for the 1996-97 fiscal
      year.
7.    ApwointmetIt       -    Division Chairperson
      It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs.
      suitt, that the appointment of Elizabeth
      Lawson as Division Chairperson, Applied
      Sciences, be approved forthe Spring semester,
      1996, with the conditions as provided. Dr.
      Sandler abstained.    Mr. House was absent.
      Motion carried.
8.    Hourlv Personnel          -   Adiunct Facultv
      Motion to approve the part-time hourly
      employment of those individuals named on the
      attached list (s)         .
9.    Emwlovment Aqreements
      Motion to ratify the listing of employment
      agreements as provided.
10.   RESOLUTION     -       CalSTRS 403fb) Proqram
      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
      Sandler, that the Board adopt, by Resolution,
      the CalSTRS 403(b) Program and authorize its
      implementation within the District.
      ROLL CALL VOTE:
      Ayes: Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, suitt
      Noes : None
      Absent: House
      Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
     11.   RESOLUTION     -
                         STRS Tax Deferral of Voluntary
           Receivable Payments
           It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr.
           Sandler, that the Board adopt, by Resolution,
           the   STRS   Tax    Deferral   of   Voluntary
           Receivables.
           ROLL CALL VOTE:
           Ayes: Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt
           Noes : None
           Absent : House
           Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
     12.   Policv   -   Violence in the Workplace
           It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mrs.
           Suitt, that the Board adopt the Violence in
           the Workplace Policy. Motion carried.
B.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES


C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
     1.    Pavroll # 5
           Motion to approve Payroll # 5 in the amount of
           $1,394,843.29 as follows:
                Certificated           $    900,756.99
                Classified                  494,086.30
                              TOTAL    $   1,394,843.29
     2.    Approval of Warrant Lists
           Motion to accept the warrant lists in the
           amount of $740,486.21.
     3.    Budqet Transfers
           Motion to approve the budget transfers.
     4.    Gifts/Donations to the District
           Motion to accept the donations to the District
           as presented.
5.   Receive Report of Workers Compensation Self-
     Insurance
     Motion to receive the report of the workers'
     compensation self-insurance program.
6.   Approval of Contracts
     Motion to    approve/ratify    the   contracts
     presented.
7.   RESOLUTION for Transfer of Monies from the
     General Fund to the Child Care Fund
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
     Hayden, to adopt the Resolution authorizing a
     transfer of $20,000 from the District's
     General Fund to the District's Child Care
     Fund.
     ROLL CALL VOTE:
     Ayes: Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt
     Noes : None
     Absent: House
     Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
                                                      I
8.   RESOLUTION to Authorize Temporary Borrowinq
     from Colleqe of the Desert Foundation
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
     Hayden, that the Board of Trustees approve the
     Resolution authorizing this temporary short-
     term borrowing.
     ROLL CALL VOTE:
     Ayes: Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt
     Noes: None
     Absent: House
     Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
9.   RESOLUTION   to    Authorize   Lease/Purchase
     Asreement for Data Processinq Svstem
     It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs.
     Suitt, to authorize the District to enter into
     a lease/purchase agreement with the College of
     the Desert Foundation for the purpose of
     purchasing data processing hardware, operating
     software, and related expenses.
                            ROLL CALL VOTE:
                            Ayes: Hayden, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt
                            Noes: None
                            Absent: House
                           Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
NOTE :        At this point, Laura Lord, President of ASCOD, requested
              permission to speak again. She wanted to make it clear
              that the students who spoke at the meeting did not speak
              out of fear and did not speak to get an A in their
              classes. She feels that this assumption undermines the
              integrity of the student and faculty organizations and it
              needs to be made very clear that the students did not
              speak because of any faculty pressure and, in fact, were
              not even asked to speak. She added that she respects the
              Student Trustee s opinion (Marie Gardner) ; however, it is
              erroneous. Marie Gardner then stated that she wished to
              pose an important question to be considered and does not
              want the students to feel threatened. She asked this
              question as an individual voice as a student trustee.
IX.      AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
         A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABORRELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR. GRAFSKY)
              - CCA/CTA; CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.
         B.   EXISTING LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED LITIGATION, PURSUANT TO
              SECTION 54956.9.
         C.   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
              add the following item to the Closed Session agenda:
              PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE.
X.    RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION       --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT CLOSED
      SESSION
      A.      No action.
      B.      No action.
      C.      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
              approve the issuance of a Notice of Intent to Dismiss for
              named employee as presented by the Personnel Department.
              Motion carried.
     It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
     issue a Notice of Intent to Dismiss for named employee,
     as presented by the Personnel Department, provided
     employee does not sign the appropriate agreement within
     a timeframe established by the District and proper
     notification. Motion carried.

ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 1996,
AT 9:00 A.M. AT COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS.


                    Approved: '
                                  Charles ~aydeM,Clegk
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL      -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
      1.   DOTSON, John
           Registration Clerk, CMC
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           October 31, 1995  -February 2, 1996
      2.   GILBREATH, Nancy
                                              Skills Center (Sub)
           Instructional ~uppAssistant/Academic
           8-A, $9.38 per hour
           November 6    -
                        December 31, 1995
      3.   GUNNERSON, Daphne
           Admissions & Records Technician, CMC (Substitute)
           8-A, $9.37 per hour, 20 hours per week
           November 13   -
                         December 29, 1995
      4.   HAYNES, Jean
           Registration Clerk
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           November 20   -
                         December 31, 1995
      4.   McNEICE, Siglinde
           Registration Clerk
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           November 20   -
                         December 31, 1995
      5.   NELSON, Jessica
           Registration Clerk, CMC
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           October 27, 1995  -February 2, 1996
      6.   REINING, Connie
           Registration Clerk, CMC
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours
           August 18 - 21, 1995
      7.   RODGERS, Bill
           On-call Security Officer
           9-A, $9.84 per hour, not to exceed 350 hrs
                                 -
           November 15, 1995 May 29, 1996
      8.   SOLORZANO, Cande
           Clerk Typist II/Developmental Education (Substitute)
           5-A, $8.10 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           November 13, 1995  -January 2, 1996
 1.   BUCHANAN, Paul
      Student Worker, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      October 26    -
                   December 22, 1995
 2.   BULLION, Tranesha
      Student WorkerIAthletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      October 18, 1995 - March 1, 1996
 3.   BUSHER, Robert
      Proctor/Nursing, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per semester
      October 2 - December 22, 1995
 4.   CAMPBELL ELLIS, Donna
      Tutor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      November 11   -
                    December 22, 1995
5.    CHOI, Seung
      TutorIMath
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      November 13   -
                    December 22, 1995
 6.   FINLEY, Eric
      Student WorkerIAthletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
      October 16, 1995  -June 1, 1996
7.    FLAIG, Christe
      ~utor/ChildDevelopment Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      September 1   -
                    December 22, 1995
8.    FOLTYNSKI, Mike
      Student WorkerIAthletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 30 - December 1, 1995
9.    FRYE, Jason
      Student Worker, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      August 14 - December 22, 1995
10.   GARZA, Maria
      Student WorkerlForeign Language Lab
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
11.   GIBSON, Pamela
      Tutor/EMT, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      November 15    -
                    December 22, 1995
12.   HENGSTEBECK', Sandra
      Tutor/Math, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      October 18 - December 22, 1995
13.   LEWIS, Jamie
      Tutor/Math/Science
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      November 15 - December 22, 1995
14.   MEAD, Carolyn
      Student WorkerlFine Arts Office
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                             -
      November 15, 1995 June 30, 1996
15.   PEROSSIER, Lisa
      Reprographics Clerk, CMC (Substitute)
      4-A, $7.71 per hour, as assigned when needed
      November 15 - December 22, 1995
16.   ROMERO, Lisa
      TutorJArt, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      October 23 - December 22, 1995
17.   THOMPSON, Art
      Student WorkerJAthletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
                         -
      November 3, 1995 March 1, 1996
                             COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
                            1996-97 Holiday Schedule




The following represents the proposed schedule of holidays for the classified
staff for the 1996-97 fiscal year:
                                                             LEGAL     LOCAL
July 4, 1996 (Thursday)         Independence Day               1
September 2, 1996 (Monday)      Labor Day                      1
November 11, 1996 (Monday)      Veteran's Day
November 28, 1996 (Thursday) Thanksgiving
November 29, 1996 (Friday)      Local Holiday
December 25, 1996 (Wednesday) Christmas Day
December 26, 1996 (Thursday) Christmas Holiday
December 27, 1996 (Friday)      In Lieu of Admission Day       1
January 1, 1997 (Wednesday)     New Year's Day                 1
January 20, 1997 (Monday)       Martin Luther King Day         1
February 14, 1997 (Friday)      Lincolnrs Birthday             1
February 17, 1997 (Monday)      Washington's Birthday          1
March 28, 1997 (Friday)         Spring Holiday
May 26, 1997 (Monday)           Memorial Day



All legal holidays are designated in accordance with Education Code Sections
88205 and 79020
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                  M E M O R A N D U M
Date:       November 30, 1995
To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
            Director of Personnel
                                      10
From:       Suzann Pell, Director 4
            Educational Support ~er3ices
Subject:    Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,
            Palm Desert Campus.
            These instructors are appointed for one semester or
            less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
            time load.

                                                                 NON
    NAME                DEPARTbIENT        LOCATION   CREDIT   CREDIT
    ANISMAN, Eliz.      Develop. Educ.       COD
      (sub)
* BUTLER, Aaron         Varsity Sports       COD        X
    MURPHY, Linda       Nursing              COD        X
      (sub)
    RANGO, Joseph       Physical Educ.       COD        X
      (sub)
    STONE, Suzanne      Nursing              COD        X
      (sub)
* WHEELER, Bruce        Golf Course Mgmt     COD        X




*   First Assignment at C 0 D
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: December, 1995



Miscellaneous:
Frank Accardo
Annette Davis
Diana Herrington
Jacqueline Ivanoff
Maria Jasso
Ellen Katz-Brosamle
Jonne Lerner
Christopher Nelson
Ronald Steinke
Anne Turner-Tsonis
Joyce Wade-Maltais
               DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                       BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                   MINUTES    -
                             REGULAR MEETING
                       JANUARY 26, 1996


      CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
      The meeting was called to order by Chairperson McDonald,
      followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
      ROLL CALL:
      Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt, and Bob
           -
      Race Student Trustee (Copper Mt. Campus) were present.
      Student Trustee Marie Gardner (Palm Desert Campus) was
      not present.
      APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF DECEMBER 15.
      1995:
      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
      approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of December
      15, 1995. Motion carried.
IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:    -   None.
 v.   REPORTS :
      1)   Governinq Board        -    Trustee House stated that he had
           read that the              State College system was now
           accepting   the              responsibility   for   remedial
           education.
           Trustee Hayden stated that the College is applying
           for a grant through the National Science Foundation
           for a national center on our campus.       This was
           started because of the Advanced transportation
           Center that we have here now and will include
           development of curriculum in and around the T-PAD
           program.
           Trustee Sandler announced that he recently attended
           a meeting of the American Association of Physics
           Teachers in the Reno-Sparks area with most of the
           sessions devoted to the learning/teaching of the
           different concepts of physics.
     He also attended a seminar on Affirmative Action
     and said that new laws and regulations are being
     established. He is concerned about what the policy
     is on our hiring process at COD and would like                I
     administration to,submit a report on the procedures
     used.
     Trustee Suitt added that she felt it was
     appropriate for the Board to re-examine the hiring
     policies. She joined with Dr. Sandler to ask that
     a report be presented to the Board in order to be
     brought up to date and to see if changes should be
     made.
2)   Academic Senate - Norman Thu, President, also
     stated that he is profoundly interested in having
     the highest quality employees and affirmative
     action is an aid to that goal. He continued by
     saying that the Spring semester was off to a
     splendid start with an excellent array of flex
     activities having been provided.    He said that
     things are on target and the opening of our new
     library lends an aura of excitement and gives the
     campus enhanced stature.
      Professor Thu announced a lecture being held on
      Thursday, Feb. 1, in LH-1 at 7 : 0 0 p.m. on "Whatever
      Happened to the Traditional American Family?" He
      stated that the task force on reorganization is
     ,continuing to function with Dr. Kroonen and Karen
      Tabor as Co-Chairs and the Senate is meeting to
      discuss this further.
     Also, he said that the Academic Senate and the
     entire faculty continue to stand firmly with CTA in
     their continuing efforts to achieve equitable
     salary for the faculty at COD.       He is of the
     opinion that there is (possibly) no way to improve
     faculty morale except through salary which makes
     them feel their worth as faculty and professors.

3)   - - No report.
     cSEA

4)   - - Michael OINeill,
     CCA                     President, announced that
     the Association had met all day on Thursday, Jan.
     25, with the mediator to discuss the unresolved
     contractual issues which caused the impasse. He
     added that the District is still unable to accept
     the compromise positions and mediation will be
     continued at a future date. Fact-finding will not
     be requested.
     Due to the importance of the issues, Mr. OINeill          I
     stated that the Association is polling the full-          I
     time faculty to determine its position on the
     issues presented in mediation.                            I
5)   C.O.D.A.A.   -   No report.
6)   ASCOD - Laura Lord, President, announced that ASCOD
     is working on their Constitution revisions and will
     be presenting a draft of the finalized version
     later. She listed the tentative event schedule for
     Spring as follows: Desert Aids Walk; Club rush;
     International Day; Alumni/Rotary Awards: Mayor's
     Forum; Graduation festivities; Springfest; and
     United Way campaign. They will be submitting a
     shared governance policy at the March Board
     meeting.
     Laura also said that the plans for the student
     center have been slightly revised and will be
     presented at the February meeting.       She also
     announced that Ron Oden is conducting a Leadership
     Class to train future members for College
     governance.
7)   ASCMC  - Michael Korando, President, stated that
     they had a new Advisor and a meeting was held to
     discuss CMC Days; computer game competitions; and
     infrastructure of their student government, etc.
8)    Student Trustees: Palm Desert Campus - no report.
      Bob Race, Student Trustee-Copper Mt. Campus, stated
      that Greg Gilbert was their new advisor and there
      were many upcoming things (as Michael had stated).
     'For CMC Days, he added items such as Art Fair,
      Music in the Park, and a car show.


     A)   State of the Colleqe - Dr. George turned over
          the meeting to Jim Pulliam, Provost.       Mr.
          Pulliam stated that the President had
          requested the exploring of the feasibility of
          a separate College status for Copper Mountain.
          They have been in touch with Clarence Mangham,
          retired from the Chancellor's Office, and he
          is checking the process, the timelines, and
          type of things that need to be considered.
          Provost Pulliam called everyone's attention to
          the Edison project along the highway and along
          the road up to the campus. Also, he stated
          that the cable company might be providing
          service to the College and more information
          will be provided later. He added that their
          campus is up and going for Spring with
          continued growth, especially at the combat
          center.
He introduced Owen Gillick who also introduced
John Frater and General Reed from Friends of
CMC. Owen said that the Friends continue to
lead and support higher education for the        I
residents of the Morongo Basin. The xeriscape
demo garden outside the Library is being done
in collaboration with the Mojave Water Agency
with a dedication to be held in late April.
John Madden then also said that they were off
to a good semester with enrollment up 4 to 5%
at the Campus and 30 to 40% at the combat
center this semester.       Dick Rogers was
recognized for the fine work he is doing in
Student Services.
Dr. George concurred that the semester is off
to a good start and moving ahead in a positive
manner. The overall enrollment Districtwide
is up from 5 to 6% and should have no problem
making CAP for this year. He said that the
only concern is the number of students per
class which seems to lag behind State average
and we will need some work on that front.
Dr. Kroonen and Karen Tabor reported on the Ad
Hoc Committee on structural issues at the
College which is a fine example of the best
that can be found in the concept of shared
governance.    An ambitious agenda has been
established with a final report by May. There
are   three    (3)  sub-committees working:
Historical,     Division    Structure,     and
Alternative Structure.
Dr. George added that this is part of the
overall Renewal Initiative that we have been
undergoing for the last several years and it
is a very complicated process with every
dimension being reviewed. After this report,
the next major piece will be the financial
side.
Jo Ann Higdon then presented a report on the
budget and other longer range issues.   (See
attached.)
Regarding the Cost Study which will show what
and why we are and what can be changed, Dr.
George stated that until we are able to
determine what the basic chronic factors are,
we are not going to be able to deal with all
these issues.     He is of the opinion that
there is at least $3 million imbedded in our
cost study.
                   Dean Dan Baxley reported on the NSF Grant
                   which is going in within the next few days.
                   This is a proposal to the National Science
                   Foundation for support of an a energy
                   technology training center.        The three
                   functions of this Center would be:
                   -    Nationwide   curriculum    for   advanced
                        transportation technology for Tech Prep
                        Associate Degree.
                   -    Develop nationwide telecommunications
                        system at COD
                   -    Series   of   professional    development
                        workshops for those involved in this
                        program.
                   Josie Gallegos, Affirmative Action Officer,
                   reported on the Puente Project. Juan Lujan
                   also spoke about this Project. This project
                   is geared to increase the number of Latino
                   students who transfer to 4/yr. universities,
                   as well as assuring professional and economic
                   success. The project would help to acquire
                   skills necessary to acquire Bachelor Degrees.
                   Mrs. Gallegos said that the cost of the
                   project would be approximately $20,526 which
                   also pays for the training of the instructor
                   to do counseling, as well as the programs
                   connected with the project.
                   Dean Wm. Kroonen provided an update for the
                   Board on the Eastern Valley Center. He stated
                   that the architectural renderings have been
                   made available to us. Also, Juan Lujan has
                   been giving serious attention and support to
                   this project. The potential site seems like a
                   good alternative and work will continue.
                   Dr. George added that there were many issues
                   around this site, i.e. financial, security.
              B)   Recoqnition Items:   - None
              C)   Board Communications: - Dr. George discussed
                   the Editorial in the Desert Sun about the Lalo
                   Guerrero event. He said that Juan Lujan has
                   met with them. Also, their Editorial Board
                   will be coming to the College for a tour.
                   Rationale for not having the event is that the
                   project does not make money for the College
                   and takes a lot of time.
VI   .   CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
         It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to
         approve the Consent Calendar as follows. Motion carried.
       A-2    Classified - Reassignment
       A-3    Classified - Resignation
       A-4    Classified - Retirement
       A-5    Classified - Reduction in Hours
       A-6    Classified - Extension of Unpaid Leave of Absence
       A-7    Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
       A-9    Hourly Personnel - Adjunct Faculty
       A-10   Employment Agreements
       B-2    Out-of-State Travel
       B-3    Ratification of Out-of-State Travel
       B-4    Out-of-State Travel
       B-5    Out-of-State Travel
       B-6    Out-of-State Travel
       C-1    Payroll #6
       C-2    Approval of Warrant Lists
       C-3    Gifts/Donations to the District
       C-4    Approval of Contracts
       C-6    Claim Against the District
       C-7    Non-Resident and Foreign Student Tuition Fees
       C-8    Lease Agreement for New Van
VII.   AGENDA :
       A.     PERSONNEL SERVICES:
              1.   Classified   -   Appointments
                   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
                   Hayden, to ratify the appointment of the
                   following individuals on the effective dates
                   indicated. Motion carried.
                   William Fine, Specialized Maintenance/Air
                   Conditioning & Heating, 1.00 FTE, Range 14,
                   Step A, $26,533 annually, 12 months, effective
                   January 16, 1996.
                   Linda Lund, Secretary II/Educational Support
                   Services, 1.00 FTE, Range 7, Step A, $18,856
                   annually, 12 months, effective December 7,
                   1995.
                   Joanna McNamara, Secretary III/Communication
                   Division, 1.00 FTE, Range 8, Step A, $16,500
                   annually, 10 months, effective January 3,
                   1996.
              2.   Classified   -   Reassianment
                   Motion to ratify the reassignment of the
                   following individual on the effective date
                   indicated:
                   Daphne Gunnerson, .50 FTE, 10 months, from
                   Reprographics Clerk, CMC, to Secretary 11,
                   DSP&S, CMC, effective January 2, 1996.
3.   Classified     -   Resiqnation
     Motion to ratify the resignation of the
     following individual on the effective date
     indicated:
     Amie Earp, Library Clerk, .15 FTE, 9 months,
     effective December 30, 199~5.
4.   Classified     -   Retirement
     Motion to ratify the retirement of the
     following individual on the effective date
     indicated:
     Teresa   Stark,    Administrative   Secretary
     II/Dean, Community Education, 1.00 FTE, 12
     months, effective January 31, 1996.
5.   Classified     -   Reduction in Hours
     Motion to approve the reduction in hours for
     the following individuals:
     Lucy Hagedorn, Transfer & Career Center
     Technician, .75 FTE, 9 months, effective
     January, 1996.
     Kim   Monnie,  Transfer &     Career Center
     Technician, CMC, .38 FTE, 9 months, effective
     January, 1996.
6.   Classified     -    Extension of U n ~ a i d Leave of
     Absence
     Motion to approve extension of unpaid leave of
     absence for the following individual:
     Arnold   Bernstein,   Instructional Support
     Assistant, Academic Skills Center, .50 FTE,
     effective November 3, 1995 - May 29, 1996.
7.   Hourly Personnel       -   Classified/Students/Tutors
     Motion to ratify the employment of the
     Classified      Hour1 y    Personnel      and
     Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.
8.   Faculty   -   Retirement
     It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
     Sandler, to ratify the Golden Handshake
     retirement of the following individuals on the
     effective dates indicated. Motion carried.
     Donna McLain, Professor, Health, Physical
     Education and Recreation, 1.00 FTE, effective
     June 1, 1996.
           Lance Read, Counselor, 1.00 FTE, effective
           June 14, 1996.
     9.    Hourlv Personnel   -   Adjunct Facultv
           Motion to approve the hourly employment of the
           individuals named on the attached list(s). No
           one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
     10.   Employment Aqreements
           Motion to ratify the listing of employment
           agreements as provided. (See attached.)
B.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:
     la.   Out-of-State Travel
           It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
           Hayden, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
           Richard Rawnsley to attend the Annual
           Convention of the Conference on College
           Composition and Communication on March 26-31,
           1996 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Motion carried.
     lb.   Out-of-District Travel
           It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
           House, to approve out-of-district travel for
           Celia Hartley to serve as a member of the
           accreditation team of the National League for
           Nursing for the evaluation of West Arkansas
           Community College in Fort Smith, Arkansas on
           February 12 - 15, 1996. Motion carried.
     2.    Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
           Judith Cook to attend the 84th Annual College
           Art Association Conference on February 21-24,
           1996 in Boston, Massachusetts.
     3.    Ratification of Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to ratify Out-of-State Travel for Steve
           Dostal, Reed Benjamin, Steve Stokes, Joe
           Palomares, and Will Martin to visit local high
           schools in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 11-12,
           1996.
     4.    Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Rod
           Tracey and Carole Kendall to attend the 1996
           International Conference for Division Chairs
           on February 14-17, 1996 in Phoenix, Arizona.
     5.   Out-of-State Travel
          Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
          Michael OINeill to attend the Learning
          Disabilities    Association     of     America
          International Conference on March 6-10, 1 9 9 6 ,
          in Dallas, Texas.
     6.   Out-of-State Travel
          Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Ed
          Morante to attend the annual National Title
          I11 Workshop, February      6-9,   1996,  in
          Washington, D. C.
C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:
     1.   Payroll   #6

          Payroll # 6 in the amount of          $1,344,065.17
          approved as follows:
                 Certificated         $       879,968.11
                 Classified                   464,097.06

                     TOTAL            $   1,344,065.17

     2.   Aaproval of Warrant Lists
          Motion to accept the warrant lists in the
          amount of $ 7 0 7 , 8 9 9 . 5 0 .
     3.   Gifts/Donations to the District
          Donations to       the   District     accepted    as
          presented.
     4.   Approval of Contracts
          Board of Trustees approved/ratified contracts
          as presented.
     5.   Approval of    1997-98   Five Year construction
          Plan
          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler, that the Board of Trustees approve
          the carry-forward of the 1 9 9 6 - 9 7 five-year
          construction plan into 1 9 9 7 - 9 8 .    Motion
          carried.
     6.   Claim Asainst the District
          Motion to reject the claim from Tamara Jackson
          for personal injuries against the District.
                7.    Non-Resident and Foreian Student Tuition Fees
                      Motion that the Board approve per semester
                      unit $114 .OO as the Non-Resident Tuition Fee
                      and $127 as the Foreign Student Tuition Fee
                      for 1996/97.
                8.    Lease Aqreement for New Van
                      Motion to approve the lease with Felco
                      commercial Services in the amount of $32,500
                      for a term of 60 months at a cost of $638.98
                      per month.
                9.    Chanqe Order Numbers    1-4 to Bid   #B-95-15
                      Lishtinq Retrofit
                      It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
                      House, to approve Change Order Nos. 1,2,3 and
                      4 in the total amount of $42,377 to contract
                      with Sun Industries for the Retrofit Lighting
                      Project, bringing the total contract amount to
                      $200,143 with a completion date of February
                      29, 1996. Motion carried.
                10.   Acce~tanceof 1994-95 Audit Resorts
                      It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
                      Sandler, to receive the 1994-95 audit reports
                      for the District, Auxiliary, Friends of CMC,
                      and College of the Desert Foundation for study
                      and discussion. Motion carried.
                      Mrs. Higdon and all of her staff         were
                      congratulated for doing a good job!
VIII.   AGENDA ITEMS     -   CLOSED SESSION
        A.      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
                GRAFSKY) - CTA: CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION
                54957.6.
        B.      EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED      LITIGATION,
                PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
        C   .   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
                54957.
IX.   RECONVENE T O OPEN S E S S I O N     --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED S E S S I O N .

      A.    No a c t i o n .

      B.    No action.

      C.    No a c t i o n .

 X.   ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
      1 5 , 1 9 9 6 A T 9:00 A.M. I N THE BOARD ROOM, PALM DESERT
      CAMPUS.




                               Approved:
                DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                        BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                    MINUTES - CLOSED SESSION
           HELD FOLLOWING THE JANUARY 2 6 , 1 9 9 6 MEETING
                     COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS




     AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
          A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
               GRAFSKY) - CTA; CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION
               54957.6.

               No action.
          B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED         LITIGATION,
               PURSUANT TO SECTION 5 4 9 5 6 . 9 .
               NO action.
          C.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
               54957.

               No action.
     The Closed Session was adjourned and the above action (or no
action) was announced prior to the adjournment of the Regular
Meeting.


                                  Charles Hayden, Jr.
                                   Clerk
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL     -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
       1. AVINA, Margaret
          Registration Clerk, CMC
          $6.00 per hour
          December 13, 1995     -
                              January 22, 1996
      2.   BACHMAN, Inez
           Clerk Typist III/Maintenance (Substitute)
           6-A, $8.50 per hour
           December 14, 1995    -
                               January 12, 1996
      3.   ECHEGARAY, Luis
           On-call Custodian
           8-A, $9.37 per hour
           December 22, 1995 as needed
      4.   GILBREATH, Nancy (Substitute)
           Instructional Support Assistant/Academic Skills Center
           8-A, $9.28 per hour, 20 hours per week
           January 2 - 12, 1996
      4.   HAYNES, Jeanne
           Registration Clerk
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           December 5, 1995 - January 30, 1996
      5.   MACAIS, Emilia
           Registration Clerk
           $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           December 5, 1995 - January 30, 1996
      6.   MORALES, Edward
           On-Call Custodian
           8-A, $9.37 per hour
           December 28, 1995 as needed
      7.   SOLORZANO, Cande
           Clerk Typist II/Developmental Education (Substitute)
           5-A, $8.10 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           January 2, 1996 until Bonnie Sutherland returns to work
      8.   WILSON, Raechele (Substitute)
           Instructional Support Assistant/Academic Skills Center
           8-A, $9.38 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           January 16, 1996 until Arnold Bernstein returns to work
 9.   WILSON, Vera
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
      December 5, 1995   -
                         January 30, 1996
10.   YANEZ, Joe
      On-Call Custodian
      8-A, $9.37 per hour
      December 21, 1995 as needed


 1.   BOUHAMIDI, Marie
      TutorIMath
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
      August 24 - December 22, 1995
2.    CROSSNO, Cathy
      Student Worker/EOPS
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
                 -
      January 10 June 15, 1996
3.    D'ORAZIO, Nancy
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      December 5, 1995   -
                         May 29, 1996
4.    MARTIN, Daniel
      Student WorkerILibrary
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours
      December 18    -
                    22, 1995
5.    MARTINEZ, Daniel
      Student worker/Library
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours
      December 15    -
                    22, 1995
6.    SHARP, Evalani
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support S e r v i c e s            M E M O R A N D U M
Date:       December 2 2 , 1 9 9 5
To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
            Director of Personnel       0
From:       Suzann Pell, Director
            Educational Support Services
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            These instructors are appointed for one semester or
            less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
            time load.

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*   First Assignment at C 0 D
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                 M E M O R A N D U M
Date:      January 12, 1996
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  NAME                  DEPARTMENT          LOCATION      CREDIT CREDIT

  ACCARDO, Frank        Music                COD
  ACKLEY, Donald        Plant Science        COD
  ALWAN, Hortensia      Foreign Language     COD
  AMOIA, Martha         Nursing              COD
 ANDREWS, Julie         Physical Educ.       COD
  BALLANTYNE, Sue       Counseling           COD
  BARROWS, Katherine Natural Resources       COD
  BAYER, Carol          Human Services       COD
  BECKER, Zerryl        Computer Science     COD
  BENJAMIN, Reed        Physical Educ.       COD
  BERKMAN, Susan        DSP   &   S          COD
 BILLER, Thomas         Natural Resources    COD
  BINGHAM, Greg         History              COD
  BIRD, Harold          Academic Skills      COD
 BLACHLEY, John         Natural Resources    COD
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  BLOCK, Rhonda                                 Develop. Educ.       COD                 X
  BLOCK, Robert                                 Develop. Educ.       COD                 X
  BORNSTEIN, Julie                              Speech               COD        X

  BREINDEL, Matthew                             Computer Science     COD        X

  BREWER, JEFF                                  Theatre Arts         COD        X

  BREWER, Mike                                  Human Services       COD        X

  BROWN, Don                                    General Drafting     COD        X

  BROWN, Robert                                 Music                COD        X

  BURNS, Charles                                History            COD/IHS      X

  BURT, Lorene                                  ESL/Develop. Ed.     COD
  BUTLER, Aaron                                 Varsity Sports       COD
  BUTLER, Mary                                  English              COD
  BUTTLES, David                                Varsity Sports       COD
  CALDWELL, William                             Art                  COD
  CAMERON, Connie                               Psychology           COD
  CAMPBELL, Phil                                Math                 IHS
  CARLISLE, Kris                                Music                COD
  CARVER, Michael                               Air Condition        COD
  CASTILLEJA, Faye                              Nursing              COD
  CASTILLO, Jose                                Develop. Educ.       COD
  CEJA, Frank                                   Computer Science     COD
  CHESWORTH, Martha                             Nursing            DSRTHOSP
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    CHRISTENOT, Fawn                    Develop. Educ.        COD
    CLARK, Jeanette                     Nursing               COD
    CLARY, Daniel                       Admin. Justice        COD
    CLEMENTS, Loretta                   Computer Info Sys. COD
    CLEMMER, Sheila                     DSP    &   S          COD
    CLIPPINGER, E.                      Natural Resources     COD
    COPELAND, Larry                     Math                  COD
    COPENHAVER, Doris                   Develop. Educ.        COD
    COPENHAVER, Jack                    Develop. Educ.        COD
    CORNETT, William                    Automotive            COD
    COSGROVE, Ken                       Political Science     IHS
    COY, Michelle                       Foreign Language    IHS/COD
    DAULTON, Carroll                    Psychology           COD
    DAVIS, Annette                      English              COD
    DAVISON, A. James                   Varsity Sports       COD
    DECKER, Chuck                       Computer Info Sys COD
    DECKER, Georgia                     ESL                  COD
    DIAZ, Jesusita                      Develop. Educ .      COD
    DOHMAN, Wallace                     English              COD
*   DOHRE, Ralph                        English              COD
    DOWTY, Dean                         Physical Educ.       COD
    DULLIEN. Thomas                     Culinary Arts        COD
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    EDWARDS, Patricia   Academic Skills     COD                     X
    EINSTEIN, David     Art                 COD         X
    ELOE, William       Math                COD         X
*   EMERICK, Hazel      Develop. Educ.      IHS
    EPSTEIN, Abraham    Develop. Educ.      IHS
    EVANS, Susan        Art                 COD
    EZZARD, Lisa        English             COD
    FARRELL, Kathleen   English             COD
    FERGUSON, Colleen   English             COD
    FERRANTI, Phil      Counseling          COD
    FOGEL, Harris       Art                 COD
    FOX, Carolyn        Speech              COD
    FRIEDMAN, Wendy     Develop. Educ.      COD
    FRIEND, Laraine     Philosophy          COD
    FRIESTAD, Betty     Develop. Educ.      COD
    FRITZ, Guy          Varsity Sports      COD
    FRYER, Terry        Math                COD
    GARVER, Deborah     Human Services      COD
    GAST, John          Foreign Language    COD
    GATHINGS, Susan     History             COD
    GERSHENSON, Kevin   Computer Science    COD
    GETZ, Lesley        Develop. Educ.      COD
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    NAm                 DEPARTMENT          LOCATION   CREDIT   CRiRn

    GIANNINI, Carol     EMT Refresh.         COD
    GILBREATH, Nancy    Foreign Lang. Lab    COD
    GLASSMAN, Joel      Accounting           COD
    GODFREY, Alden      Journalism           COD
    GOLAY, Richard      Air Condition        COD
*   GRAFF, Laura        Math                 IHS
    GUERRERO, Sherrie   Speech               COD
    GUILIN, Sal         Math                 IHS
    G W E R , Randall   Physical Educ.       COD
    HAAS, Glen          Admin. Justice       COD
*   HALL, Alfred        Hotel/Rest. Mgmt.    COD
    HALSTEAD, Donna     Develop. Educ.       COD
    HANSON, Kristi      Architecture         COD
    HARRAL, Candace     Develop. Educ.       COD
    HARROLD , John      Philosophy           COD
    HAYS, Craig         Varsity Sports       COD
    HEAZLETT, James     Admin of Justice PSPDTC
    HEILIGMAN, Susan    Human Ecology        COD
    HERRICK, William    Admin. Justice       COD
    HERRINGTON, Diana   Human Services       COD
    HERTEL, Arlene      Develop. Educ.       IHS
    HESS, Gary          Speech               IHS
Educational Support Services
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    NAME                 DEPARTblENT         LOCATION   CREDIT   G5lu'

    HEUER-MYERS, Marti   Human Services        COD        X
    HOHENSTEIN, Henry    Construct. Mgmt.      COD        X
    HOPKINS, Ruby        Audio Production      COD        X
    HORN, Howard         Computer Acctg.       COD        X
    HOUSE, Cathy         Human Services      IHS/COD
    HOUSTON, Cheryl      Physical Educ.        COD
    HUDSON, Kathleen     Plant Science         COD
    HUFF, Lou            Emerg. Med. Tech.     COD
    HUGHES, Bobby        Air Condition         COD
    HULTGREN, Derek      Art                   COD
    HUSSAR, John         Mass Media            COD
    HYDE, Brian          Air Condition         COD
    ISAACS, David        English              COD
    JACKSON, Cathy       Math                 COD
*   JAMIESON, Ronald     Accounting           COD
    JEANDRON, Gary       Admin of Justice    PSPDTC
    JORGENSEN, Hugh      Architecture         COD
    KAYE, Cynthia        Physical Educ.       COD
    KIDD, Tania          Develop. Educ.       COD
    KOCEK, Denise        Develop. Educ.       COD
    KONICEK, Vince       Develop. Educ.       COD
    KOVICH, William      Math                 COD
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    KREUTER, Katherine            ESL                 COD
    KRIVANEK, Ken                 English             COD
    KROONEN, Paula                Foreign Language    COD
    L a m , Diana                 Art                 COD
    LAB, Olivia                   Develop. Educ.      COD
    LAB, Walter                   Art                 COD
*   LAMDIN, Valentina             Theatre Arts        COD
    LANGE, Gary                   Human Services      COD
    LANGFORD , Janet              English             COD
    LARSON, Les                   Math                COD
    LARSON, Shirley               Develop. Educ.      COD
    LARSON-Hudson, S.             Develop. Educ.      COD
    LELIVA, Yoanna                Develop. Educ.      COD
    LENCKI , Walt                 Physical Educ.      COD
    LENTZ, Ana Maria             Architecture         COD
    LERNER, Jonne                 Psychology          COD
    LINGLE, Neil                 Admin of Justice     COD
    LIPPMANN, Jay                Math                 COD
    LIPPMANN, Susan              Develop. Educ.       COD
    LORTZ, Terry                 Golf Crse Mgmt.      COD
    LUJAN, Juan                  Humanities           COD
    LUYANDO, Sonia               Develop. Educ.       IHS
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 NAME                            DEPARTMENT         LOCATION   CREDIT   CIEllE'

  LYRLA, Keith                   Tax Accounting       COD
 MALTAIS, Michele                English              COD
 MANDEL, Judith                  Foreign Language     COD
 MARTIN, Wilfred                 Physical Educ.       COD
 MARTINEZ, Anita                 E S L                COD
 MATHWIG, Gean                   Nursing            DSRTHOSP
 MATTHEWS , Mona                 English              COD
 MCCAFFERY, David                Develop. Educ.       IHS
 MCCANN, Kelly                   Theatre Arts         COD
 MCELRATH, Tim                   Health              COD
 MCGUIRE, Cheryl                 Develop. Educ.      COD
 MECHANICK, Doris                Human Services      COD
 MERRIMAN, Betty                 Develop. Educ .     COD
 MESSIER, Donald                 Medical Term.      COD/IHS
 MICHELSEN, Mike                 Accounting          COD
 MICHELSEN, Yvonne               Clothing Constr.    COD
 MICK, Adam                      EOPS Counseling     COD
 MILES, Sylvia                   Math                CCHS
 MILTENBERGER, Kim               Speech              COD
 MORAMARCO , Jacq .              Physical Educ.      COD
 MUELLER, Barbara                Human Services      COD
 MULLA, Fuad                    Math                 COD
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    MUNROE, Carol              Develop. Educ.         COD                X
    MURILLO, Charles           English               COD         X

*   MURPHY, John               Math                  COD         X

    NAGLE, Steve                Political Science    COD         X

    NAJARIAN, Hovak            Art                   COD         X
    NELSON, Chris              ASC Liaison           COD
    NEW, D. Shea               Physical Educ.        COD
    NGUYEN, Linda              Math                  COD
    0 DONNELL, Lance
     '                         Constr. Mgmt.         COD
    ODEKIRK, Richard           Varsity Sports        COD
    ODEN, Ron                  Sociology             COD
    OLAUSON, Donna             School Nurse          COD
*   OSMAN, Robert              Varsity Sports        COD
    OSTERN, Eli                Marketing             COD
    PARKS, Barbara             English               COD
    PATEL, Micheline           Foreign Language      COD
    PLACE, Jeffery             Ornam. Horticul.      COD
    PLUMER, Samuel             DSP   &   S           COD
    PORRAS, Lorrie             Computer Info Svc. COD
    POWELL, James              Computer Info Svc. COD
    POWELL, Yvonne             Theatre Arts          COD
    QUIGLEY, M. E.             Nutrition             COD
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 QUINN, Harry                               Geology            COD        X
 RABB, Victoria                             Computer Info Sys. COD        X
 RAMOS , Juanita                            Develop. Educ.     COD
 RANDAZZO, Agnes                            Develop. Educ.     COD
 RANGO, Joseph                              Go1f Mgmt .       COD
 RAWNSLEY, Richard                          English           COD
 REIZNER, Bernard                           Accounting        COD
 REYBURN, Stanley                           Real Estate       COD
 RHODES CAMPBELL, R                         Psychology        COD
 RICHARDS, Thomas                           Varsity Sports    COD
 RIOS, Victor                               Sociology         COD
 RIZVANBEGOVIC, F.                          Develop. Educ.    COD
 RODRIGUEZ, J .                             Develop. Educ.    COD
 ROMATKO, Bill                              Math              COD
 ROSE, Carol                                Counseling        COD
 ROUNDS, Patricia                           Reading           COD
 RUIZ, Thomas                               Develop. Educ.    COD
 RYTERBAND , AStrid                         Develop. Educ.    COD
 SAMANIEGO, Lilia                           Develop. Educ.    COD
 SAMARRON, Roxelle                          DSP   &   S       COD
 SAMPLES, Ken                               Philosophy        COD
 SANCHEZ, Gab.                              Develop. Educ.    IHS
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    SANTUCCI, Allyson          Develop. E ~ U.C     COD
*   SAVICH, Richard            Real Est. Actg.     COD
    SEMPEPOS, Catherine ESL                        COD
    SESMA, Artemisa            Develop. Educ.      COD
    SHAEFFER, Claire           Clothing Constr.    COD
    SHAEPS, Lynda              Theatre Arts        COD
    SHAFER, Rebecca            Plant Science       COD
    SIMPSON, Steve             Varsity Sports      COD
*   SLOAN, Hoyt                Math                COD
    SPRAGUE, William           Develop. Educ.      COD
    STARRS, Ron                Admin. of Justice PSPDTC
    STEINKE, Ron               Counseling          COD
    STOKES, Steven             Physical Educ.      COD
    STONE, Gerald              Computer Science    COD
    STRANGE, Serina            Varsity Sports      COD
    STRASBAUGH, Robert Air Condition               COD
    STROM, John                Chemistry           COD
    SWAUGER, Cynthia           Human Services      COD
    SYDNEY, Russell            Computer Info Sys. COD
    TAFT, Leslie               Physical Educ.      COD
    TAGTMEIER, Lonna           Computer Info Sys. COD
* TATE, David                  Foreign Language    COD
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  TAYLOR, C. Sue                     Nursing              EMC         X
  TAYLOR, Kathryn                    DSP    &   S         COD                     X
  THOMAS, Todd                       Accounting           COD
  THOMAS, Robert                     Golf Car Maint.      COD
  TOMSON, Doug                       Psychology          IHS/COD
  TSONIS, Anne                       Music                COD
  TUCKER, Linda                      Math                 COD
  VALDEZ, Cidronia                   Sociology            COD
  WADDELL, Dan                       Music                COD
  WALKER, Anne                       Math                 COD
  WALKER, Gary                       English             PSHS
  WELLER, Ken                        Bldg. Insp. Tech.    COD
  WELLINS, Sheldon                   Varsity Sports       COD
  WHEAT, Suzie                       Physical Educ.       IHS
  WILLSON, Wendy                     Theatre Arts         COD
  WINFIELD, William                  Sociology            IHS
  WOJAK, Dorothy                     Interior Design      COD
  WOOD, Dee                          Speech               COD
  ZACHIK-SMITH, S .                  English              CCHS
  ZIMMERMAN, Lily                    Develop. Educ.       COD


* First Assignment at C                    0D
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: January, 1996

Communitv Services
Dennis Adams
Samuel Brenner
Betty Coxson
Elizabeth LaFerriere
Robert Slevin
Jim Wharff
Miscellaneous:
Jeff Brewer
Betty Coxson
Barrie Dixon
Harris Fogel
Brian Hyde
Ken LaMont
Anthony Pina
Victoria Rabb
Wendie Willson
CALCULATED
BASE REVENUE
(AB 1725)


COLA (3.07%)           550,790

GROWTH FUNDS                 0*

ANTICIPATED
PROPERTY TAX
SHORTFALL             -180.866
(-1%)

ADJUSTED BASE REV.    70575
                     1$!,7


"FROZEN DUE TO PROPERTY TAX
SHORTFALL
OVERVIEW                         I




 POSITIVE--STRONGER COMMITMENT
           TO COMM. COLLEGES


RECOGNITION OF INACCURATE
 PROJECTIONS OF PROPERTY TAX
    SPECIFICS

    CURRENT YEAR (1995-96)

    EXPECTED CHANGES IN P-1 (VERBAL):

    STATE-WIDE PROPERTY TAX
    ESTIMATES INCREASED BY APPROX.
    $11 M

    IMPACT ON DISTRICT:

1   RlECOMMENDATION OF RELEASE OF
    $180,000 SET ASIDE FOR PROPERTY
    TAX SHORTFALL (LOCAL DECISION)

    POSSIBLE RELEASE OF SMALL
    FRACTION OF GROWTH MONIES
    (CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE DECISION)
    GOVERNOR'S BUDGET PROPOSAL

    CURRENT YEAR (1995-96):

    $14.4 M IN PROPERTY TAX BACK FILL

    IMPACT ON DISTRICT:

    POSSIBLE RELEASE OF FRACTION OF
    GROWTH MONIES


'   NEXT YEAR (1996-97)                  I
    0   COLA @ 3.45%
        SMALL AMOUNT OF GROWTH FUNDS
        (1.46% STATE WIDE)
        DEFERRED MAINTENANCE FUNDS
        INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. & LIBRARY
        FUNDS (1-TIME MONEY)
FACILITIES

 RENOVATION OF "OLD" LIBRARY
 INTO STUDENT CENTER

 COMPLETION OF FIRE ALARM
 SYSTEM

 COMPLETION OF PROJECT ENERGY
 SAVINGS




  STATE BOND INITIATIVE: MARCH

  $6M INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT
               DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                       BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                           -
                   MINUTES REGULAR MEETING
                       FEBRUARY 15, 1996


 I.     CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
        The meeting was called to order by Chairperson McDonald,
        followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Trustee
        Suitt.
 11.    ROLL CALL:
        Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt,, and
        Student Trustee Marie Gardner (Palm Desert Campus) were
        present.
111.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF JANUARY 26.
         96
        19
        It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
        approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of January 26,
        1996. Motion carried.
  IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:        -Ron Oden, Student Activities
        Coordinator, spoke about the challenges/problems
        encountered    regarding   the    issuing   of    student
        identification cards in the administering and tracking.
        The committee has recommended that a standard fee for
        each semester be charged. He also encouraged everyone to
        support the Desert Aids Walk. He requested that the
        Board receive a presentation from the architects on the
        proposed Student Center and was requested to have the
        item put on the agenda and establish a time for the Board
        to review the plan.
  V.    REPORTS:

        1)    Governina Board - Trustee Hayden discussed the NSF
              Grant for which the College has recently applied.
              He commended Dr. Baxley for his work and his vision
              that the money could help the community and the
              College in a field which is so quickly developing.
              If received, this Grant will assist to develop a
              Center    for   Transportation    Technology    and
              specifically curriculum in the program so that
              students can go out into the community for
              employment in this field.      He thanked all the
              people involved in this effort.
     Mr. House announced that the Date Festival starts
     on Saturday with a 50th anniversary celebration.
     Mrs. Suitt complimented Dr. Sandler as she had
     observed a class he gave in Rancho Mirage on
     Physics.
     Mrs. McDonald introduced visitors from the High
     Desert. General Reed and Owen Gillick were present
     at the meeting.
2)   Academic Senate       -    No report.

3)   --
     CSEA          No report.
4)   CCA   -
           Michael OINeill, President, stated that their
     group will be in mediations within the next few
     weeks in order to avoid fact-finding. He added
     that 98 of the 115 faculty members had responded to
     their poll and the majority believe that the issues
     are very important and directed the association to
     maintain their current position. He also said that
     the Association fully supports the granting of
     tenure which is on the Board agenda.

5)   --
     CODAA   Judy Mandell, spokesperson, announced that
     they have been meeting with Dr. Grafsky and working
     on ways their group can receive benefits which
     would be paid for by the members.
     meeting will be March 6.
                                             Their next    I
6)   ASCOD     -
             Laura Lord, President, reported that their
     focus this Spring is the formulation of policies to
     insure the continued presence and viability of the
     student organization. The group wants to develop
     policies, procedures, and structural changes to
     facilitate a smooth transition for the next
     semester. She thanked the Board for allowing her
     to speak about the perspective and visions of the
     student organization and asked for input from the
     Board on the formulation of their policy agenda.
7)         - Michael Xorando, President, spoke about the
     upcoming CMC Days, as well as a book drive for
     those students who cannot afford them. They are
     also busy setting up their infrastructure as none
     was basically set up. They are in the process of
     producing a literary magazine thru the Student
     Government to be distributed to the community to
     generate revenue for scholarships. Their group is
     developing a student discount program.
8)   Student Trustees - Marie Gardner, Palm Desert
     Campus, related that she has been challenged to
     create a new niche for her report with an emphasis
     on college community events and how they affect COD
     students. Her first report will be on the Upward
     Bound Program.


     A)   Dr. George spoke of the 3-4% increase in
          enrollment in the Spring semester. With a
          full summer session planned, CAP will be
          achieved without too much problem. Word from
          Sacramento is still being awaited but it does
          look more positive.
          He continued by saying that the President's
          Council has been discussing the type of agenda
          items on which they will be working. He said
          that the Ad Hoc Task Force on Organizational
          Structure has been very diligent and Dr.
          Kroonen spoke in relation to the progress of
          this Task Force.
          At this time, Ken LaMont presented his
          Sabbatical Report to the Board. Dr. George
          publicly challenged the College to make sure
          that as much of the material of Ken's report
          be considered in the long-range plans for the
          College and for their Department.
     B)   Recoclnition   -   None
     c)   Board Communications - Dr. George related that
          the Multi-Agency Library dedication has been
          set for Friday, April 19, so it will be
          necessary to move the month's meeting to April
          18, Thursday, at Copper Mt. Campus.
          President George said that, in regard to the
          Guerrero concern and articles in the paper, he
          will be meeting with them in an effort to
          resolve all the concerns involved.
          Regarding the packet received by the Board on
          Hiring Practices, Dr. George suggested that
          the Board receive and plan additional
          consideration of this at a future meeting.
          Plans were discussed for an upcoming study
          session.
       CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
       Dr. Sandler requested that three (3) of the items be
       moved to the regular agenda for discussion. It was moved
       by Mr. House, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve the
       Consent Calendar as indicated. Motion carried.
             Classified  -Resignations
             Classified - Extension of Assignments
             Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
             Out-of-State Travel
             Payroll #7
             Approval of Warrant Lists
             Budget Transfers
             Quarterly Financial Report
             Gifts/Donations to the District
             Approve Agreement for Facilities for Allied Health
             Program
       D-7   Claims Against the District
       D-8   ~eclarationof Surplus Equipment
VII.   AGENDA:


             1.   Proclamation     -   Black History Month
                  It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                  House, that the Board of Trustees proclaim the
                  month of February as "Black History Month."
                  Motion carried.
             2.   Proclamation     -   Women's Historv Month
                  It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                  House, that the Board of Trustees proclaim the
                  month of March as I1WomentsHistory Month."
                  Motion carried.
       B.    PERSONNEL SERVICES:
             1.   Classified   -   Appointment:
                  It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
                  Sandler, to ratify the appointment of the
                  following individual on the effective date
                  indicated. Motion carried.
                  Patricia Escudero, Clerk Typist III/Upward
                  Bound Program, .49 FTE, 10 months, Range 6,
                  Step A, $6,630 annually, effective February 5,
                  1996.
2.   Classified     -   Resi~nations:
     Motion to ratify the resignation of the
     following individuals on the effective dates
     indicated:
     Stewart Gunnerson, Groundskeeper, CMC, 1.00
     FTE, 12 months, effective February 1, 1996.
     Robert Preston, Security officer, .50 FTE, 10
     months, effective February 1, 1996.
3.   Classified     -   Extension of Assiqnments:
     Motion to ratify the extension of assignments
     for the following individuals as indicated:
     Debbie    Ballagh,   Instructional    Support
     Assistant/C~~ Lab., .48 FTE, January 16   May  -
     29, 1996.
     Deborah Garver, child Development Technician,
     .15 FTE, January 16 - May 29, 1996.
4.   Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors:
     Motion that the attached list of personnel be
     ratified.
5.   Faculty   -   ADDointment:
     It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
     Sandler, to ratify the appointment of the
     following individual on the effective date
     indicated. Motion carried.
     Maria Jasso, Upward Bound Counselor, 1.00 FTE,
     (Range 111, Step 6 - 99 days), effective
     February 1, 1996.
6.   Facultv   -   Grantina of Tenure:
     After introductions of each faculty member by
     their Division Chair/Dean, it was moved by Mr.
     House, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to formally
     grant tenure to Andrea Armstrong, Eileen
     Hackett, Carolyn Hopkins, and Linda Morante.
     Motion carried.
         7.   Hourlv Personnel     -   Adjunct Faculty:
              It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
              Hayden, to approve the hourly employment of
              the individuals named on the attached list(s)
              No one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
                                                                  .
              Motion carried.
         8.                    t
              E m ~ l o ~ m e nAqreements: It was moved by Mr.
              Hayden, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to ratify the
              listing of employment agreements as presented.
              Motion carried.
B.       EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:
         1.   Placeholder   -   Out-of-State Travel:   -   None
         2.   Out-of-State Travel:
              It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs.
              Suitt, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
              Steve Dostal, Reed Benjamin, Dean Dowty, Steve
              Stokes, Will Martin, and Joe Palomares to
              attend a High School Clinic and talk with
              potential student athletes in Las Vegas,
              Nevada from March 14-16, 1996.          Motion
              carried.
         3.   Out-of-State Travel:
              Motion to approve out-of-State Travel for
              Kathie Westerfield to attend the Pacific
              Association of Collegiate Registrars and
              Admissions Officers meeting at the University
              of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA on March 28 & 29,
              1996.
D.       ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:
     .   1.   Payroll #7:
              Motion to approve Payroll #7 in the amount of
              $1,317,576.89 as follows:
                   Certificated
                   Classified
                        TOTAL
A~provalof Warrant Lists:
Motion to ratify the warrant lists in the
amount of $1,112,613.22.
Budqet Transfers :
Motion that the Board of Trustees approve the
budget transfers as presented.
Ouarterlv Financial Report:
Motion that the Board receive the District's
second quarterly financial report.
Gifts/Donations to the District:
Motion to accept the listed donations.
Approve Aqreement for Facilities for Allied
Health Proqram
Motion to approve the agreements between the
District and Premier Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center; County Public Health Agency
for the Allied Health Program.
Claims Aqainst the District:
Motion to reject the claims for personal
property loss by Hope Cross and Karry Egger.
Declaration of Sur~lusEauipment:
Motion to declare the list of equipment as
surplus which is to be disposed of in
accordance with Education Code Section 81450.
Bid #B-96-3    -     Exterior   Buildinq   Arcade
Liahtinq :
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs.
Suitt, to award Bid #B-96-3 Exterior Building
Arcade Lighting to the low bidder, Sun
Industries, in the amount of $31,410.00.
Motion carried.
             10.   Chanqe Order #10 to Bid #B-94-11 Multi-Aqency
                   Librarv:
                   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs.
                   Suitt, to approve Change Order #10 to Bid #B-
                   94-11 in the amount of $20,095, bringing the
                   total contract with Skidmore Construction of
                   the Multi-Agency Library to $6,719,783.37 and
                   a revised contract completion date of February
                   26, 1996. Motion carried.
             11. Notice of Completion/Bid #B-94-11Multi-Aqency
                 Library
                   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs.
                   Suitt, that the Board accept as complete Bid
                   #B-94-11 for the Multi-Agency Library Project
                   as of January 5, 1996. Motion carried.
             12.   Placeholder for PAC Bell Aqreement:   -   Pulled.
             13.   Approval of Bookstore Facility at CMC:
                   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs.
                   Suitt, that the Board approve, in concept, a
                   bookstore facility at Copper Mountain Campus.
                   Motion carried.
             14. Approval   of   Amended     1997-98     Five-Year
                                                                       I
                 Construction Plan:
                   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr.
                   House, to approve the amendment of the 1997-98
                   five-year construction plan to include a
                   bookstore facility at Copper Mountain. Motion
                   carried.
VIII.   AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
        A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
             GRAFSKY) - CTA; CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION
             54957.6.
        B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED        LITIGATION,
             PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
        C.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
             54957.
IX.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION   --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION (IF ANY).
      A.   No action.
      B.   No action.
      C.   No action.
X.    ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY, MARCH 15,
      1996 AT 9: 00 A.M. IN THE BOARD ROOM, PALM DESERT CAMPUS.




                          Approved :
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL   -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
       1.   ADOLPH, Kim
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour
            January 2 - February 15, 1996
      2.    BLAS, Martha
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
            January 12 - February 28, 1996
      3.    BRINDEL, Pricilla
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
                       -
            January 12 February 28, 1996
      4.    CERVANTES, Gwendolyn
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
            January 12 - February 28, 1996
      4.    DUNLAP, Jennifer
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            January 8 - 26, 1996
      5.    FOREST, Kim
            Reprographics Clerk, CMC (Substitute)
            4-A, $7.71 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
            December 28 - January 19, 1996
      6.    FUENTES, Sandra
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
            January 12 - February 28, 1996
      7.    HAYNES, Jeanne
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
            January 31-  February 28, 1996
      8.    XLASSEN, Rachelle
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour
            January 12 - February 28, 1996
 9.   LEGARRETA, Esther
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour
      January 12    -
                   February 28, 1996
10.   MACIAS, Emilia
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour
      January 31    -
                   February 28, 1996
11.   McNIECE, Siglinde
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour
      January 12 - February 28, 1996
12.   NELSON, Jessica
      Registration Clerk, CMC
      $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
      January 8 - February 2, 1996
13.   PEROSSIER, Lisa
      Reprographics Clerk (Substitute)
      4-A, $7.71 per hour, as needed
      January 2 - 19, 1996
14.   TURNER, Stacy
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour
      January 12 - February 28, 1996
15.   WILSON, Vera
      Registration Clerk
      $6.00 per hour
      January 31 - February 28, 1996


 1.   ANDRADE, Maribel
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
 2.   BOUHAMIDI, Marie
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22 - May 29, 1996
 3.   BUCHANAN-JONES, Anita
      Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22 - May 29, 1996
BUSCHER, Robert
Student Worker/Switchboard, CMC
$5.06 per.hour, as assigned when needed
December 28 - May 29, 1996
CARREIRA, Domingo
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours
           -
January 25 May 29, 1996
CARDONA, Juanita
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
           -
January 19 May 29, 1996
CHAN, Wan-Fung
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 26 - May 29, 1996
CHOI, Wai
TutorIAcademic Skills Center
$6.04'~erhour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 22 - May 29, 1996
COCHRANE, Naomi
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
DEARDEN, Heidi
Student Worker/Educational Support Services
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 2 hours per week
           -
January 26 May 29, 1996
DHAIMADE, Sunita
Student Worker/Child Development Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
DHAIMADE, sunita
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
           -
January 19 May 29, 1996
EDWARDS, Charles
Student Worker/Athletics
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
November 21, 1995 - March 1, 1996
14.   EVANS, Joan
      TutorIChild Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19    -
                   May 29, 1996
15.   FOREST, Kim
      Student Worker, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      January 2 - May 29, 1996
16.   GORRES, Jochen
      Student Worker/Athletics
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      January 22 - June 1, 1996
17.   GROULX, Carol
      Tutor/Child Development Center
                 -
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19   May 29, 1996
18.   KINKADE, Sherri
      TutorIChild Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
19.   KO, Tung
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22 - May 29, 1996
20.   LaFROMBOISE, Melinda
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
21.   LAU, Yee-Kam
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
      January 22-  May 29, 1996
22.   LERMA, Maria
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
23.   LEWIS, Jamie
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22-  May 29, 1996
LIGGETT, ~ristine
Student ~orker/Switchboard, CMC
$5.06 per.hour, as assigned when needed
                  -
December 28, 1995 May 29, 1996
LOPEZ, Celia
TutorlChild Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
LORD, Laura
Student Worker/ASCOD Office
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           -
January 11 May 29, 1996
LOVERNICH, Patricia
TutorlChild Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
MACIEL, Ruth
TutorlChild Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
           -
January 19 May 29, 1996
MARTISIUS, Milda
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 22 - May 29, 1996
MEYER, Danae
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
OLGUIN, Quintel
Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
January 22 - May 29, 1996
PHILLIPS, Sabrina
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
RABAGO, Adela
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 19 - May 29, 1996
34.   REINHARD, Kim
      TutorlChild Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 26 -  May 29, 1996
35.   ROY, Roland
      Student Worker/Educational Support Services
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 6 hours per week
      January 22 - May 29, 1996
36.   SANCHEZ, Tanya
      Student WorkerILibrary
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      January 24 - May 31, 1996
37.   SCHONFELD, David
      Proctor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22 - May 29, 1996
38.   SHIMP, Heather
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 24 - May 29, 1996
39.   THORNTON, Laurel
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
40.   TONG, Shuet
      Tutor/Academic Skills center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 22-  May 29, 1996
41.   UCHIDA, Magumi
      Student Worker/Athletics
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      January 19-  June 1, 1996
42.   WALTON, Teresa
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19-  May 29, 1996
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support S e r v i c e s           M E M O R A N D U M
Date :      February 2 , 1996
To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
            Director of Personnel
From:       Suzann Pell, Director
            Educational Support
                                                       .. . ...* ............?.,:.,
Subject:    Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,        +$~pfzg~c;s~$g@
                                                      a~~ss~z:>s3e~~~e~:~~+;3
            Palm Desert Campus.
            These instructors are appointed for one semester or
            less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
            time load.

                                                                                        NON
                           EA Tl N
                          D P R bE T       LOCATION     CREDIT                        CREDIT

*   BERTRAM, John         Geology            COD                    X
    BOWMAN, Suzanne       Nursing          DSRTHSP                 X
    BUZDAR, Nek           Economics         COD                    X
*   CHISEA, Deborah       Nursing           JFK                    X
*   COOK, Richard         Fire Science      COD                    X
    GRIFFITH, Ray.        Admin. Justice    COD                    X
*   HULL, Brenda          Math              COD                    X
    KELLER, Christine     Chemistry         COD                    X
*   KITCHEN, Gary         Admin. Justice    COD                    X
    KOKAN, Audrey         Nursing           COD                    X
    LaFontaine, John      Air Condition     COD                    X
    LOPEZ, Miguel         Develop. Educ.    IHS
    LYNCH, Mary           Student Services COD
    MADISON, Nancy        Nursing           EMC
*   MCCOY, Barbara        Nursing           COD
* MENZIA, Eileen          Human Services    IHS
    MOLINA, Felix       Physical Educ.    COD
    PARENTI, Russell    Culinary Arts     COD
*   POST, Pamela        Human Services    COD
*   REEDE, Linda        Computer Info.    COD
    RITCHEY, Robert     Architecture     COD
*   SPIKE, Mitch        Computer Science COD
*   STENSON, Thomas     Natural Resources COD
*   VARGHESE, Abraham   Computer Science COD
*   WALLIS, Ronald      Economics        COD
    WHEELER, Bruce      Ornament. Hortic. COD
* ZELMER,Loren          Economics        COD




*   First Assignment at C 0 D
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: February, 1996

Miscellaneous:
Mary ~ o $ d
~ichelle'  Coy
Cathy House
Douglas Lynn
Mona Mathews
Chris Nelson
Terry Oesau
Victoria Rabb
Ronald Steinke
Joy Wentz
            DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                     B                 3
                MINUTES    - SPECIAL MEETING
                                - 10:OO a.m.



      The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chr. Jackie Suitt
      followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Chuck Hayden.
      ROLL CALL; ~rusteesHayden, House, Sandler, and Suitt
      were present. Trustee McDonald and the two (2) Student
      Trustees were absent.
      PUBLIC COMMENTS; Norm Thu, President-Academic Senate,
      stated that he had a statement that he would read at the
      next Board meeting depending on how events unfold over
      the recent issue at the College. He has contacted the
      Board by letter and by phone about the seriousness of the
      issues raised fromthe ongoing inquiries. The Board has
      indicated that they would do what is necessary to
      persevere and maintain dignity and integrity of the
      college. The Academic Senate wishes to join in these
      efforts and he asked his colleagues to conduct themselves
      in an appropriate manner so that people aren't
      unnecessarily tarnished and to do what is necessary to
      persevere honor and integrity of the institution.
IV.   AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION;
      A.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED         LITIGATION,
           PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9
      B.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION
           54957.
      RECONVENED TO OPEN SESSION    --   ANNOUNCED ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION (IF ANYI:
      A.   No action.
      B.   The Board of Trustees, by resolution, authorized
           the Superintendentlpresident to give notice of non-
           reemployment for the 1996197 academic year to a
           first year probationary academic employee.
V-B (continued):



         ROLL CALL   VOTE:
         Ayes:       Hayden, House, Sandler, Suitt
         Noes:       None
         Absent:     McDonald
         Motion carried unanimously and RESOLUTION adopted.
    ADJOURNED TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY. MARCH 15,
    1996, AT 9 :00 A.M. IN THE BOARD ROOM. PALM DESERT CAMPUS.



                     By:
            DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                    BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                MINUTES     -
                          SPECIAL MEETING
               MARCH 13. 1996     -
                                 6:00 p.m.




      The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chr. Jackie Suitt
      followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Chuck Hayden.
      BOLL CALL: Trustees Hayden, House, Sandler, and Suitt
      were present. Trustee McDonald and the two (2) Student
      Trustees were absent.
      AGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION:
      A.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION
           54957.
IV.   RECONVENED TO OPEN SESSION      -- ANNOUNCED ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION /IF ANY):
      A.   The Board of Trustees, by Resolution, authorized
           the Dean, School of Liberal Studies, to give notice
           of non-reemployment for the 1996-97 academic year
           to a first year probationary academic employee.
           ROLL CALL     VOTE:
           Ayes :        Hayden, House, Sandler, Suitt
           Noes :        None
           Absent:       McDonald
           Motion carried unanimously and RESOLUTION adopted.
      ADJOURNED TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON FRIDAY, MARCH 15,
      1996. AT 9:00 A.M. IN THE BOARD ROOM. PALM DESERT CAMPUS.
            DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                     BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                NINUTES - REGULAR MEETING
                  FRIDAY. MARCH 15. 1996
                         3:00 A.M.
             PALM DESERT CAMPUS     -
                                   BOARD ROOM


      CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
      The meeting was called to order by Chairperson McDonald,
               .
      followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Trustee
      Sandler
      ROLL CALL;
      Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt, and two
      (2) Student Trustees (Marie Gardner - Palm Desert and Bob
      Race - Copper Mountain) were present.
      Mrs. McDonald announced that the earlier Closed Session
      was held to seek advise from legal counsel and the Board
      considers it premature to make any final decisions. They
      will continue to work with the District AttorneyfsOffice
      if it becomes necessary. She also stated that Provost
      Jim Pulliam is acting as Secretary for the Board today as
      Dr. George is out of town due to the death of his father.
      The Board sends their condolences to Dr. George.
      APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF FEBRUARY 15,
      1996.
      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to
      approve the Minutes of the Regular meeting of February
      15, 1996. Motion carried.

IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:    Professor Joyce Wade-Maltais spoke
      about "joining the packn and llthrowingstonestlat people.
      She reminded everyone of some of the things that Dr.
      George has done at the College, including how it has
      grown in the 10 years he has been here. She also added
      multi-culturalism, fundraising, street fair, Multi-Agency
      Library, etc.
      REPORTS :
      1)   Governina Board: Trustee Suitt reported that she
           will be leaving for San Francisco for an
           accreditation team visit to Contra Costa College.
     Dr. Sandler said that he was honored to be asked by
     Dr. Baxley to substitute for Professor Grannan for
     3 or 4 weeks who had to undergo an eye operation  .
     He considers it an honor and privilege to serve the
     college and students,as a Physics teacher.
2)   Academic Senate:    Norm Thu, President, extended
     condolences to Dr. George and his family, on behalf
     of the faculty. On behalf of the faculty, he also
     welcomed Dr. Sandler and will be looking forward to
     working with him. He continued by saying that the
     teachingllearning mission at the College is going
     on with renewed spirit.     Sometimes when we are
     challenged with difficulties, it causes us to
     reflect on what we are all about and to be more
     conscious of our teachingllearning obligations. He
     said that they are more cognizant now of the
     importance of our mission and assures the Board and
     the public that those responsibilities are being
     fulfilled with professional integrity and honor.
     Professor Thu added that they are pleased to note
     that the Board is taking the appropriate steps to
     determine what has happened here and what are the
     possible consequences and, at the appropriate time,
     will take the appropriate steps to preserve the
     integrity of the institution and our obligations to
     the community. He also spoke of the benefits of
     the sabbatical leaves which are before the Board on
     this agenda. Also, the re-organization task force
     is continuing to function with another hearing
     being held that day at 1:00 p.m. which is another
     example that we are continuing what we have to do
     to keep our institution going. He concluded by
     reassuring the public that, as an educational
     institution, we will end up as a stronger, more
     cohesive organization when this issue is over.
3)   CSEA: Joyce Moore, President, added condolences to
     Dr. George and read a statement from the CSFA
     ~ssociationChapter 407 (see attached).
4)   CCA:     Michael OINeill, President, expressed
     condolences to Drs. George and Baxley and read the
     attached statement.
5)   C.O.D.A.A. :   Judy Mandell also extended their
     sympathies to Drs. George and Baxley. She stated
     that they were unable to resolves the differences
     and hope that fact-finding will resolve them.
6)   ASCOD:    Laura Lord, President, also expressed
     condolences to Dr. George and his family and hope
     for his speedy return. Laura stated that there is
     an issue on why we are here and that is to support
     the institution and refrain from making any
     judgments until it has been decided as that is
     counter-productive to the goals of the institution.
     Some of the upcoming activities for the students
     are: Women's Day on March 27 with a luncheon and a
     resource fair; Springfest; Graduation committee and
     putting together a vltruew graduating class;
     Rotary/Alumni awards of excellence. A rough draft
     of their Shared Governance policy is ready for
     review by the Board. Eric Pontius then spoke about
     the advantages of the shared governance policy and
     recommendations to the Board on policy that affect
     the student body.
7)   ASCMC: Michael Korando, President, announced that
     their membership is growing. A lot of activities
     are being planned to CMC days. A production is
     being planned for the Hi-Desert Playhouse, as well
     as a literary magazine which will benefit the
     College. The group is in the midst of preparation
     for presentations to the high schools to encourage
     students to go to College and create a future for
     themselves.
8)    t d n
     S u e t Marie Gardner            -   No report
                        Bob Race      -   No report




     B)   Recoanition John Marman introduced the
          Women's   Golf Team who won the State
          'Championshipand presented rings to the Team.
     (THERE WAS A 5 MINUTE RECESS.)
          Ashley McDermottpresented his Post-Sabbatical
          Report.    He spoke of the uplift and the
          greater sense of pride given by the sabbatical
          leave and feels that his colleagues from COD
          have caught the spark from him. The students
          also benefit from this, as well. He thanked
          the Board for this opportunity.
                    Ron Green introduced the architects for the
                    proposed Student Center who presented the
                    model and spoke on'the various aspects of the
                    proposed plan.
               C)   Board Communications: The District will be
                    going on the 4/40 schedule this summer which
                    will necessitate the June and July meetings
                    being changed to Thursdays, June 20 and July
                    18, at Copper Mt. Campus. All concurred.
          CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr. House, to
          approve the Consent Calendar. Motion carried.
                          -
               Classified Resignations
               Classified - Reassignment
                          -              -
               Classified Extension of Assignment
               Classified Supervisor Extension of Assignment
                                     -
               Hourly Personnel Classified/Students/Tutors
                                     -
               Hourly Personnel Adjunct Faculty
               Employment Agreements
               Out-of-District Travel
               Out-of-state Travel
               Payroll #8
               Approval of Warrant Lists
               Gifts/Donations to the District
               Volunteer Employees
               Approve Agreement for GAIN Project
               Surplus Equipment
VII   .   AGENDA:
          A.   PERSONNEL SERVICES:
               1.   Classified   -   Amointments
                    It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
                    Hayden, to ratify the appointment of the
                    following individuals on the effective dates
                    indicated:
                    Amie Earp, Library Technician I/Technical
                    Services, .50 FTE, 9 months, Range 7, Step A,
                    $7,069 annually, effective February 13, 1996.
                    Lisa Perossier, Reprographics Clerk, CMC, .50
                    FTE, 10 months, Range 4, Step A, $6,785
                    annually, effective February 12, 1996.
                                                                    I
2.   classified   -   Resianations
     Motion to ratify the resignation of the
     following individuals on the effective dates
     indicated:
     Arnold   Bernstein, Instructional Support
     Assistant/Academic Skills Center, .50 FTE, 10
     months, effective February 6, 1996.
     Daphne Gunnerson, Secretary II/DSP&S, CMC, .50
     FTE, 10 months, and Clerk Typist III/EOPS,
     CMC, .50 FTE, 10 months, effective March 1,
     1996.
     John Meek,     Specialized MaintenancelAir-
     Conditioning & Heating, 1.00 FTE, 12 months,
     effective February 29, 1996.
     Joyce Walters, Administrative       Secretary
     I/Maintenance & Operations, 1.00 FTE, 12
     months, effective February 29, 1996.
3.   Classified   -   Reassianment
     Motion to ratify the reassignment of the
     following individual on the effective date
     indicated:
     Brenda .Finnicum, from Instructional Support
     Assistant, Developmental Education, CMC, .75
     FTE, 10 months to Instructional Scheduling
     Technician, CMC, 1.00 FTE, 12 months,effective
     February 20, 1996.


     Motion to ratify the extension of assignment
     for the following individual as indicated:
     Helen Hale, Secretary II/Title 111, 1.00,
                         -
     effective June 7 30, 1996 and July 1, 1996 -
     June 30, 1997.
5.   Classified Supervisor- Extension of Assianment
     Motion to ratify the extension of assignment
     for the following individual as indicated:
     Matthew Breindel, Institutional Researcher,
     1.00 FTE, effective July 1 - 31, 1996.
         6.    Hourly Personnel   -   Classified/Students/Tutors
               Motion to ratify the employment of the
               Classified      Hourly     Personnel      and
               Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.
         7.    Hourlv Personnel   -   Adiunct Faculty
               Motion to approve the hourly employment of the
               individuals named on the attached list(s)
               one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
                                                           .
                                                           No

         8.    Ern~lovmentAareements
               Motion to ratify the listing of employment
               agreements as provided on attached list.
(Mrs. McDonald was called out of the meeting at this time.)
    B.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:
         la.   Out-of-State Travel
               It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
               House, to approve Out-of-District Travel for
               colin Messer to attend a Gas Research
               Institute Natural Gas Transit Users Group
               meeting in Atlanta, Georgia on March 20-22,
               1996. Motion carried.
         lb.   Out-of-State Travel
               It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
               House, to approve Out-of-District Travel for
               Colin Messer to attend a Regional Training
               Program meeting and a GFI Control Systems
               manufacturing facility in Kitchener, Ontario,
               Canada o n March 31 - April 3, 1996. Motion
               carried.
         2.    Out-of-District Travel
               Motion to approve Out-of-District travel for
               Celia Hartley to serve as a member of the
               accreditation   team    for   the   Northwest
               Association of Schools and colleges for the
               evaluation of Clackamas Community College,
               Oregon City, Oregon on April 16-19, 1996.
     8.   Summer School Student Health Fee Increase
          It was moved and seconded that the Board of
          Trustees approve the recommended fee change
          for the Summer School Student Health Fee from
          $5.00 to $7.00. Motion carried.
C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:
     1.   Pavroll #8
          Motion that Payroll #8 in the amount of
          $1,174,545.38 be approved as follows:
               Certificated           $    705,426.18
               Classified                  469.119.2Q
                    TOTAL          $      1,174,545.38
     2.   ADDroVal of Warrant Lists
          Motion that the Board accept the attached
          warrant lists in the amount of $825,649.11.
     3.   GiftslDonations to the District
          Motion to accept listed donations to the
          District.
     4.   Volunteer Em~lovees
          Motion that the Board approve the employment
          of volunteer workers as listed in Attachment
          #I.
     5.   RESOLUTION Declaring Authorized Officials To
          ficauire Federal Sur~lusPro~erty
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
          Hayden, that the Board of Trustees adopt a
          RESOLUTION declaring the District's authorized
          officials for acquiring federal surplus
          property.
          ROLL CALL VOTE:
          Ayes: Hayden, House, Sandler, Suitt
          Noes : None
          Absent:   McDonald (Mrs. McDonald left the
          meeting earlier.)
          Motion carried and RESOLUTION was adopted.
             6.     a
                  Ch nae 0 rder        #2   to   #B-95-7   Fire       Alarm
                  Rewlacement
                  It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
                  Hayden, to approve Change Order No. 2 to Bid
                  #B-95-7, Fire Alarm Replacement, in the amount
                  of $37,692 to the contract with Brudvik, Inc.,
                  for the replacement of the fire alarm system.
                  The total contract after this Change Order #2
                  will be $969,932 with completion date of April
                  29, 1996. Motion carried.
             7.   Chanae Order #11 to Bid #B-94-11 Multi-Aaenc~
                  Librarv
                  It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
                  Hayden, that the Board approve Change Order
                  #I1 to Bid #B-94-11 in the amount of $5,394 to
                  the contract with Skidmore Contracting
                  Corporation for the construction of the Multi-
                  Agency Library.    The total contract, after
                  this Change Order, will be $6,730,571 with a
                  contract completion date of February 28, 1996.
                  Motion carried.
             8.   Awwrove Aareement for GAIN Proiect
                  Motion to approve the Title IIA Agreement for
                  the $40,000 GAIN Project.
             9.   Surwlus Eaui~ment
                  Motion that the Board declare the Hewlett
                  Package 948 as surplus to be disposed of in
                  accordance with Education Code Section 81450.
VIII.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:    -   None
  IX.   EGENDA ITEMS   -   CLOSED SESSION
        A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR          -   CTA;
             CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6
        B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED            LITIGATION,
             PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
        C.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
             54957.
 X.   RECONVENED TO OPEN SESSION   -- ANNOUNCED   ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION
      A.   No action.
      B.   No action.
      C.   No action.
XI.   ADJOURNED TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON THURSDAY, APRIL 1
                                                            8,
 R    &
      MOUNTAIN CAMPUS.

                          Approved :
                                      STATEMENT




    DATE:       MARCH 15, 1996



    TO:         COLLEGE OF THE DESERT BOARD OF TRUSTEES



    FROM:       CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION CHAPTER

I               407




    The California School Employees Association Chapter 407 wishes to address the

    recent turmoil on this campus because of an illegal pyramid scheme that has tom

    this school apart emotionally. Damaged working relationships will take a long time

    to heal. Trust and confidence has been broken. Moral and professional ethics have

    been violated. People who work for very low wages and who must take direction

    from educators who should know better, have been taken advantage of. People in

    positions of trust, people who have been role models for students have betrayed all
kose who traditionally believe in our time honored social values.



All of us are very, very sorry that such a sad thing could happen to this college.

But there is one thing that we believe is important for us to do. We must tell the

truth to the community at large. They are watching us. How are we going to

handle this? Are we going to cover it up. Are we going to turn a blind eye to

such a greedy and hurtful activity? Or are we going to make a clean sweep of

things. Are we going to let people know that we, here at College of the Desert

will not tolerate such mis-use of position and influence? We are good people here       .

at this college and we are proud of the wonderful part we play in so many lives.

We need and deserve leaders with sound judgement and impeccable character.

Let's dust ourselves off, do the right thing, by taking appropriate action so that we

will have no reason to apologize because we have done the right thing. We have

a moral obligation to our students, to the community and to ourselves.



CSEA urges the Board to end this public embarrassment so that we can go on to

our real mission which is to provide a clean, wholesome and supportive

environment, where good quality education can take place. Let's make this a place

where we would like our own kids to come to school.
     GOOD MORNING

     MEMBERS OF THE BOARD



     I WOULD LIKE TO BEGIN BY EXPRESSING MY PERSONAL CONDOLENCES AND

     THOSE OF THE CCAICTA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND THE ASSOCIATION

     MEMBERS TO DR. GEORGE ON THE PASSING OF HIS FATHER, AND TO DR.

     BAXLEY ON THE PASSING OF HIS MOTHER.



     M Y REPORT TO THE BOARD TODAY IS VERY POSITIVE. THE ASSOCIATION IS

     PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE REACHED A TENTATIVE 2 YEAR

     CONTRACT SETTLEMENT WlTH THE DISTRICT. AFTER MONTHS OF


I'   NEGOTIATIONS, AND THE ASSISTANCE OF THE MEDIATOR, WE HAVE

     ACHIEVED A CONTRACT THAT, WE BELIEVE, IS BOTH FAIR FOR THE FULL TIME

     FACULTY AND THE DISTRICT. THE DETAILS OF THE SETTLEMENT WERE

     PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY AT A MEETING YESTERDAY, AND THE EXACT

     LANGUAGE OF THE AGREEMENT WAS SHARED WlTH THE ASSOCIATION'S

     MEMBERSHIP.



     THE RESPONSE TO THlS TENTATIVE AGREEMENT HAS BEEN OVERWHELMINGLY

     POSITIVE. WE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE RATIFICATION PROCESS AND THE

     FINAL OUTCOME OF THE RATIFICATION VOTE WILL BE KNOWN ON FRIDAY,

     MARCH 22ND. THE ASSOCIATION HOPES THAT WHEN THlS TENTATIVE

     AGREEMENT IS PRESENTED TO THE BOARD, THAT YOU ENTHUSIASTICALLY
                                               3-
ENDORSE IT AND VOTE YOUR APPROVAL.



THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THlS TENTATIVE SETTLEMENT HAVE

ALREADY HAD A VERY POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE MORAL OF THE FACULTY.

WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THlS CONTRACT AND

WORKING COOPERATIVELY WlTH THE DISTRICT TO EXAMINE THE MARKET

BASKET STUDY AND ADDRESS ISSUES OF MUTUAL CONCERN IN A

COOPERATIVE ATMOSPHERE WlTH THE DISTRICT.



I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THlS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THE ASSOCIATION'S

APPRECIATION TO THEFACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS FOR ALL OF THEIR

SUPPORT OVER THESE MANY MONTHS OF NEGOTIATIONS. I WOULD ALSO

LIKk TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE EFFORTS OF THE OTHER MEMBERS OF THE

ASSOCIATION NEGOTIATING TEAM: RICHARD O'DONNELL & BILL GUDELUNAS.

ADDITIONALLY, I WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE DR. GRAFSKY FOR HIS

WORK AS CHIEF NEGOTIATOR FOR THE DISTRICT, AND DR. GEORGE AND HIS

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF FOR ALL OF THEIR EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE THlS

TENTATIVE SETTLEMENT.



IN CLOSING, THE ASSOCIATION HOPES THAT THE BOARD WILL VOTE TO

ACCEPT THlS CONTRACT SETTLEMENT AND THEREBY DEMONSTRATE YOUR

SUPPORT AND COMMITMENT TO THE FACULTY. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

                                                                     i
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL   -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
       1.   COCHRANE, Naomi
            Food Service WorkerJChild Development Center (Substitute)
            3-A, $7.35 per hour, not to exceed 29 hours per week
            February 15, 1996 until Mary Wolf returns to work
      2.    MACK, Michelle
            Interpreter 111, CMC
            16-A, $13.85 per hour, not to exceed 19.5 hrs per week
            January 19 - May 29, 1996
      3.    PEROISSER, Lisa
            Reprographics Clerk (Substitute)
            4-A, $7.71 per hour as assigned when needed
            January 22 - February 9, 1996
      4.    RESEK, Christy
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours
            January 11 - 19, 1996
      5.    TROUPE, Kathryn
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours
            January 16 - 19, 1996



      1.    AGUILAR NIETO, Jose
            Tutor/DSP&S
            $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                       -
            January 31 May 29, 1996
      2.    AGUILAR NIETO, Jose
            Tutor/Academic Skills Center
            $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
            January 31 - May 29, 1996
      3.    ALTUS, Dorothea
            TutorJMath, CMC
            $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                       -
            January 19 May 29, 1996
      4.    APRA, Celeste
            TutorJDSPtS
            $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                       -
            February 6 May 29, 1996
APRA, Celeste
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 3 hours per week
              -
February 5 May 29, 1996
ARIAS, Francisco
Student ~orkerl~thletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 1 hour per week
              -
January 19 July 1, 1996
AXELSSON, Asa
Student Worker/International Education Office
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
          -
January 2 July 31, 1996
BUSCHER, Robert
Student Worker/Library, CMC
$5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
              -
January 19 May 29, 1996
CAMPBELL, Donna
Tutor/DSP&S
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
              -
February 1 May 29, 1996
CASTALDO, Jay
Student Worker/Child Development Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                  -
February 20 May 29, 1996
CASTILLO, Janet
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 29    -
             May 29, 1996
CHU, Yat Chor
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
              -
February 6 May 29, 1996
CRUZ, Rodolfo
Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
              -
February 1 May 29, 1996
DAUGHERTY, Armond
Student Worker/Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
                      -
November 15, 1995 June 1, 1996
De La CRUZ, Marjorie
Tutor/DSP&S
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - May 29, 1996
DOTSON, John
Student Workerlstudent Services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
February 5 - May 29, 1996
EDDINS, Joel
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 29 - May 29, 1996
FINNICUM, Brenda
Tutor/Computer Science, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
January 19 - March 1, 1996
GAGLIASSO, Mario
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 29 - May 29, 1996
GALLEGOS, Rosemary
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 22 - May 29, 1996
GORDON, Judith
Student Worker/Student Services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
January 8 - May 23, 1996
GROSS, Michelle
Student Worker/Athletic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 5 hours per week
February 1 - May 15, 1996
GUIGNI, Astrid
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 8 - May 29, 1996
HAMILTON, Wayne
Tutor/EMT, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
January 19 - June 1, 1996
HERNANDEZ, Jamie
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 7 - May 29, 1996
HOLMES, David
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 29 - May 29, 1996
HOLMES, David
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 29 - May 29, 1996
KELLER, Christine
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 14 - May 29, 1996
KRALL, Catherine
Tutor/Math, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           -
January 19 May 29, 1996
LEE, Michael
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 7 - May 29, 1996
MARGETSON, James
Tutor/EMT, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
January 19 - June 1, 1996
MOHN, Ann
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 23 - May 29, 1996
MOHN, Ann
Tutor/DSP&S
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 23 - May 29, 1996
NELSON, Jessica
Student Worker/Student services, CMC
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           -
February 5 May 29, 1996
35.   NEWMAN, Aurianna
      Student Worker/Library, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
                 -
      January 19 May 29, 1996
36.   ONTIVEROS, Armando
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week
                 -
      February 2 May 29, 1996
37.   PALMER, Carl
      Student Worker
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 4 hours per week
      August 28, 1995 - May 21, 1996
38.   PEREZ, Manuel
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                 -
      February 6 May 29, 1996
39.   QUIROZ, Irene
      Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                 -
      January 22 May 29, 1996
40.   RAMIREZ, Humberto
      TutorlChild Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                 -
      January 29 May 29, 1996
41.   RESEK, Christy
      Student Worker/Dev. Ed., CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                 -
      January 19 May 29, 1996
42.   SHERIDAN, Robert
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 22 - May 29, 1996
43.   SMITH, Alvin
      Student WorkerlLibrary
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                 -
      February 1 May 31, 1996
44.   TAMEZ, Daniel
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 1 - May 29, 1996
45.   TARTAGLINI, Michael
      Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                 -
      January 31 May 29, 1996
46. WHITE-LOCKE, Helena
    Tutor/Computer Science, CMC
    $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
    January 19 - May 29, 1996
47.   WOLF, Mary
      Tutor/Child Development Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      January 19 - May 29, 1996
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support S e r v i c e s               M E M O R A N D U M
Date:         February 2 8 , 1996
To:           Jacqulyn Weiss
              Director of Personnel       lo
From:         Suzann Pell, Director
              Educational Support Services
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Subject:      Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,                  22*zzg
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              Palm Desert Campus.
              These instructors are appointed for one semester or
              less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
              time load.

                                                                                     NON
  NAME                     DEPARTMENT          LOCATION      CREDIT                CREDIT

* BOGAN, Alexandra         Language Lab          COD
      (Sub)
* BOLLARD, ~uzanne         Develop. Educ.       COD
      (Sub)
  CUMMINGS, Jean           Develop. Educ.       COD
    (Sub)
  KOON, Donald             Automotive           COD
    (Sub)
  LIMON, Raymond           Theatre Arts         COD
  MILBACHER-KOHL, A        Art                  COD
    (Sub)
  0 DONNELL, Kay
   '                       Nursing              COD
      (Sub)
* YANKEE, Alan             Music                COD




* First Assignment at C      0D
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                                                MEMORANDUM




    SUBJ:    Board Agenda Item
             Spring 1996 Adjunct Faculty
    DATE :   February 1, 1996
                                                                                   Credit/Non-Credit
                                   Course Title                   Location         Communitv Service
      BARROM, Daniel               Beg/Int Wordperf/Win                 CMC             Credit
                                   Adv Wordperf/Win
      CHLEBIK, Michael             Beg/Int MS Word/Win                  CMC             Credit
      DIXON, Cheri                 Beg/Int Wordperfect                  CMC             Credit
                                   Adv Wordperfect
      FINNICUM, Brenda             Intro/Pagemaker                      CMC             Credit
      HANSEN, Cynthia              Elem. of Biology                     CMC             Credit
      McKENNA, Minnett             Elem. Spanish                        CMC             Credit
      MEYER, Elizabeth             Elem. Spanish                        CMC    '        Credit
      PAGE, Bruce                  Intro Human Comm.                    CMC             Credit
      SHINAVER, Susan              Elem. of Biology                     CMC             Credit
      STICKLER, Virginia           Gen. Psychology                      CMC             Credit
      SHAW, Toby                   Marrig&Fam A Soc/Aprh                CMC             Credit




*   First Assignment at CMC


                     A C a m p t ~ so j the Desert Community College D i s t r i c t
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: March, 1996

Communitv Services:
Dennis Adams
Miscellaneous:
Craige Campbell
Michael Carver
Gregory Gilbert
Richard Golay
Bobby Hughes
Cathy Itnyre
William Kohl
Jack LaFontaine
Lily Samaniego
Robert Strasbaugh
                                            ATTACHMENT #l



                  VOLUNTEERS




      NAME                     DEPARTMENT

Warren Bradshaw                Theatre

 Jon W. McGihon                Theatre
                       DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                    MINUTES
                                                -
                             APRIL 18.1996 9:00 AM
                           COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS


1.                       -
       CALL TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

       The meeting was called to order by Chairman Virnita McDonald, followed by the
       Pledge of Allegiance.

II.    ROLL CALL: Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt and the two (2)
       Student Trustees were present.

       It was noted that this may be the last meeting for the two Student Trustees, one Is
       graduating and the other is up for re-election. Trustee McDonald commented that
       the Boardappreciates the attendance of the two Students Trustees at the
       meetings and wished them both good luck i n their future endeavors.

Ill.   APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING OF MARC,Ff.8.1996.

       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to app'uve the Minutes of the
       Special Meeting of March 8, 1996. Motion carried.

       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to apprr~ve Minutes of the
                                                                    the
       Special Meeting of March 13, 1996. Motion carried.

       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to approve the Minutes of the
       Regular Meeting of March 15, 1996. Motion carried.

                                                           -
       Dr. Sandler had a correction for one of the minutes the report from the Adjunct
       Association is missing. It was noted that there was a report and Dr. George
       suggested that in the future if constituency groups want their report to be
       included in its entirety, it should be submitted to the Secretary.
              1

IV.    PUBLIC COMMENTS:          June Stephens, Executive Director of the Alumni
       Association, spoke about the frustration she has encountered whenever they or
       students plan an event on the campus and the obstacles they face in producing
       such events. She has spoken to administrators and others and , though they
       receive support from many others, there are blockages put i n their way of
       producing events which causes concern as to whether the effort is worthwhile.
       Mr. Hayden said they are going to look into that and will ask the Board to direct
       Dr. George to meet with the Alumni Association as soon as possible in order to
       correct these problems. Dr. George added he was not aware of any problems nor
       has anyone approached the Executive Committee or in Administration about this
       problem, so it is premature to come to the Board before the problems have been
       discussed. He assured the Board he would look into it.
V.   REPORTS:

     1)   Governinn Board: Trustee Suitt gave a brief report on Monday's retreat
          attended by the Board of Trustees, Dr. George and B. J Seaton. They
                                                                   .
          asked David Viar, Executive Director of the Community College League of
          California, to facilitate the Workshop to discuss doing self evaluations of
          the Board and the possibility of putting together a Board of Trustees Code
          of Ethics. She thanked her colleagues for being there and felt it was a day
          very well spent. Mrs. McDonald concurred.

          Ray House noted that they were visited by the Nmedia at the Workshop.
          He also thanked Jim for the refreshments served at the Board meeting.
          Jim commended the others involved i n arranging for the refreshments.
          Mrs. McDonald wanted to also publicly thank Karen Coghill for her
          assistance.

          Mr. Hayden referred to a report which will be given by Dr. Baxley on a block
          grant and one on tech prep. The block grant issue is going to affect
          funding i n the future for work force development programs at the !<-I2 level
          as wellas the college level drastically. w he ~ o a r should really l ~ aware
                                                                d                 e
          how this is going to affect us and what kinds of programs are gofng to be
          affected. It is a very serious matter as to the way we are going to be able
          to deliver services to our students.

     2)   Academic Senate:               -
                              No report no one at meeting

     3)   - No report - no one at meeting
          CSEA:

     4)   CCA: Michael O'Neill reported that the faculty is very pleased that they
          have finally agreed to the Contract which has been ratified by the
          Association and approved by the Board. He said they appreciated all the
          hard work that went into developing this contract. There are still a few
          issues which they are addressing which they could not get into the initial
          approval process; one of those is the Health and Welfare benefits package
          which is i n the process of being ratified by the association members. He
          expressed their commendation for the hard work of the Health and Welfare
          Committee as they put together a much improved package that is also
          beneficial to the District.

          An issue that they have been looking at in the past year is the revised
          Faculty Evaluation process which is still undergoing review and they hope
          it will be ready for the Board before this academic year ends.

          The Tenure Review process has been finalized. At this point they need to
          have it reproduced and sent to the membership for approval. They hope
          to make the May Board Agenda; if not, it will be ready for the June agenda.
     They are still looking at the Retirement Annuity. The faculty is very
     interested in this. They hope to continue this process and develop
     alternatives to the current Golden Handshake.

     The market basket survey being reviewed is meant to develop a process to
     address the various elements in this survey. He plans to meet with Dr.
     George to discuss these issues and the process to begin addressing these
     concerns.

     Another concept that Dr. George has spoken with the Association about
     many times over the last year is moving toward issues-based bargaining
     instead of confrontational or an industrial type bargaining style. They
     would like to begin taking steps to move in that direction this coming year.
     There are many issues that they felt that the Board has brought up; i.e.
     labllecture rate, distance learning, (which is becoming contractual in
     nature), etc. which they would like to begin discussing in a cooperative
     manner with the District.

5)   C.O.D.A.A.: Carroll Daulton apologized about the misunderstanding about
     the materials that were supposed to go into the Minutes. (See attached for
'    report.)

6)   ASCOD: Laura Lord stated that this will be the last time that she will be
     addressing the Board. The frustration she has felt over the past year as
     Vice President in trying to get events and things accomplished on campus
     has been ~ w a t .It has been the exception and not the rule for people in
     this institution to be willing to help and who are really here for the student.
     She referred to the picture on the wall which says, "The Student Is.........",
     and asked that people stop and look at it since she has not met many
     people on this campus who feel that way. She commended June Stephens
     of the Alumni Association who consistently is supportive of student Issues
     and student advancement. She also recognized Dr. George and Ed
     Morante for their support in the past.

     She then reported that they had two successful events: Women's Day
     sponsored by the Alumni Association. It was a huge success and
     received a lot of good public relations. The Spring Fest was fun and well
     attended. Upcoming are the elections from April 29 to May 2. The Alumni
     /Rotary Award Ceremony is upcoming on May 13. They have been talking
     about student involvement and continuity within Student Government so
     they can have a really strong student government. The Alumni
     Association has sponsored a scholarship after a year of service, which
     recognizes not only the involvement in Student Government but the level of
     service.
7)   ASCMC: Michael Korando, President, reported that their Student
     Government is coming on very strong. They will be having a fund-raiser
     coming up, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, which should net them a
     substantial amount of money. Wal-Mart will match their funds, dollar for
     dollar, up to $2,000. They are still in the process of getting permission to
     speak to them about that. They have donations for their reception already
     in place. He commended Cathy Baker for her work on this program. He
     also commended Greg Gilbert for being instrumental i n getting their paper
     work in order. They have just had their Spring Fling and it was a success.
     They are also working with the Computer Science Department to put
     together a package for students of K-12 which will show the effects of not
     having a good college education. They are also working on a literary
     magazine which is going well.

8)   Student Trustee: Marie Oardner reported that three of our students
     participated in the DEX Business Club State Championship and they are
     now going on to the National Finals in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Post went
     above and beyond the call of duty by putting in his own money to make this
     possible at the state level, She is now working on how to get them to the
     National Finals. She w w l d like some assistance from the College. She
     feels it is in the best intrbt ests of the District to keep the present Student
     Trustee privileges. This i:; the last Board meeting at which she will be
     reporting.

     Bob Race reported that CMC days are coming up and they will try to tie that
     in to the community. Tne y will also have a Junior Art Show for the children
     in grades 3-6. They are sponsoring a reception for the opening night of
     MID-SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Elections are coming up May 6 8.        -
     Chuck Hayden thanked both student governments at both campuses and
     those possibly returning and those leaving at the low Desert for all of the
     effort and thggood example to those whowill be following them. He
     commented that this is one of the best Student Governments with whom he
     has been associated   .
     Dr. Sandler commented that student trustees have the right to discuss any
     items taken up on the agenda; it does not have to do with students. The
     only drawback is that they cannot make any proposals and they cannot
     vote.
A)   State of the Colleae: Jim Pulliam reported on the study for separate
     college status, as directed by the Board of Trustees and Dr. George
     several months ago. The Friends employed Dr. Clarence Mangham
     to do some work. They have been sending him materials regarding
     population, projections and census information for the Morongo
     Basin. He is meeting with people i n Sacramento and San Francisco.
     Mr. Bob Storey from the California Post-Secondary Education
     Commission is working with Mr. Mangham to find out if the study
     should continue or not. He hopes to hear something within the next
     week or two.

                                     -
     The Friends of Copper Mountain on April 28 from 2-4 PM the
     Friends, Mojave Water Agency and the National Park Service will be
     dedicating the Xeriscape Garden. It will be a day of celebration
     which solidifies the partnerships that exist there.

     Mr. Pulliam reported that General Les Palm, currently the
     Commandinn Offlce of the Combat Center, will be transferring
     elsewhere. Mr. Pulliam said he is going tdmiss him; he has been a
     fine supporter of the College.

     Mr. Pulliam reported that the Morongo Unified School District and
     Copper Mountain are currently working with their local cable
     company so they can offer services to residents of their basin.

     Mr. Pulliam introduced Mr. Scotl Keane, a new employee, who is a
     also a volley ball player.

     Mr. Pulliam thanked the Student Government of Copper Mountain.
     He noted it has been an active group this year. They have done a
     great job. He also commended Mr. Greg Gilbert, faculty advisor.

     Dr. George introduced Dr. Dan Baxley who gave a report on the
     Tech Prep and Block Grant projects.

     Dr. Baxley handed out information which he thought the Board
     would want to reflect on and read regarding the Tech Prep program.
     He asked if anyone had any concerns they could contact him at a
     later time. He also distributed a summary of some of the things that
     are going on at the Palm Desert campus and a few statements of
     what he expects to be happening in the future regarding Tech Prep.

     John Madden introduced Beverly Willard, Assistant
     Superintendent, Morongo Unified School District; Doug Weller,
     Principal of Yucca Valley High School; Max Friedman, Principal of
     29 Palms High School; and Ray Stevens, Director of
     CurriculumlROP Coordinator. They discussed the Tech Prep
     program.
                  (THERE WAS A 10 MINUTE RECESS.)

                  Dr. Baxley handed out information to the Board regarding Block
                  Grant. He noted that this and Tech Prep deals with work force
                  development. Block Grants deal with the type of funding that Is
                  going to exist in the future. These will have a dramatic impact o n
                  education in America.

                  Dr. George commented that this year has seen change as far as the
                  students use of the College has progressed. He stated that we need
                  to provide predictable, reasonable levels of funding for the Student
                  Government operations in the realm of reasonable shared
                  governance at the College.

            B)     Recognition Items: Ed Morante introduced Jose Chavez, new
                   Director of the Upward Bound program.

                   Ed Morante thanked Chris Nelson of the Academic Skills Center for
                   getting the Upward Bound program going.

            C)     Board Communications: None

VI.   Consideration of Consent Aaenda:

      It was moved by Mr. Sandler, seconded by Mr. House, to approvo (he Consent
      Calendar. Motion carried.

                      -
            Classified Resignations
                             -
            Hourly Personnel CIassifiedlStudentslTutors
                             -
            Hourly Personnel Adjunct Faculty
            Faculty and Management Salary Listing, 1996-97
            Administrator Employment Contracts
            Out-of-State Travel
            Employment Agreements
            Out-of-State Travel
            Out-of-State Travel
            Payroll #9
            Budget Transfers
            Approval of Warrant Lists
            GiftslDonations to the District
            Approval of Lease Amendment
            Claims Against the District
            Revision to the Self Joint Powers Agreement
    VII.   Aaenda:
I          A.   SUPERINTENDENTIPRESIDENT:

                 1.   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to adopt a
                      Proclamation by the Board of Trustees In honor of "ASIAN PACIFIC
                      MONTH". Motion carried.

           B.   PERSONNEL SERVICES:

                 1.             -
                      Classified Ap~ointments

                      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to ratify the
                      appointment of the following individuals on the effective dates
                      indicated:

                                                 ,
                      Scott Keane, Groundskeeper I CMC, 1.0 FTE, 12 months, effective
                      March 18,1996.

                                                      I Child Development Center, .38 FTE,
                      Sylvia McAllister, Clerk Typist 1I
                      9 months, effective March 11, 1996.

                      Donna Wells, Administrative Secretary II Maintenance & Operations,
                      1.00 FTE, 12 months, effective Mach 4, 1996.

                 2.             -
                      Classified Resiqnations

                      Motion to ratify the resignation of the following individuals on the
                      effective dates indicated:

                      Diane Blietz-Hertberg has been employed since December, 1992.

                                                 1
                      .Deanna Young, Secretary I /Affirmative Action Office, .SO FTE, 10
                       months, effective March 22, 1996.

                 3.                                       -
                      Classified Confidential Emplovees Salarv Increase:

                      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve a
                      salary increase for the classified confidential employees. Motion
                      carried.

                 4.                     -
                      Hourlv Personnel classified IStudents ITutors

                      Motion to ratify the employment of the Classified Hourly Personnel
                      and Students I  Tutors as listed on the attachments.
     5.    Faculty -Appointment:

           It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr. House, to ratify the
           appointment of the following individual on the effective date
           indicated. Motion carried.

           Jose Chavez, Upward Bound Coordinator, 1.00 FTE, effective April
           1, 1996.

     6.                      -
           Hourly Personnel Adiunct Faculty

           Motion to approve the hourly employment of the individuals named
           on the attached list(s). No one is working i n excess of .60 FTE.

     7.    Faculty and Management Salarv Listing. 1996-97

           Motion to ratify the attached listing of salary placement and

                    .
           employment status for all faculty and management employees,
           effective; uly 1, 1996.

     8.    Classifit 2 Supervisors and Management Employees:

           It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to approve a
           salary increase for those District employees who are designated as   I
           Classifir @ Supervisors and Management. Motion carried.
                                                                                I
     9.    Administrator Employment Contracts

           Motion to approve the issuance of administrator employment
           contracts as provided in Education Code Section 72411.5.

     10.   Out-of-State Travel

           Motion to approve out-of-state travel for Jackie Weiss and Josie
           Gallegos to attend the Association of Chief Human Resources
           Officers IAffirmative Action Officers Training Institute i n Lake
           Tahoe, California, on May 8 and 9,1996.

     11.   Emplovment Aareements

           Motion to ratify the listing of employment agreements as provided.

C.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:

     la.   Item pulled.
Ib.   Out of State Travel

            It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr. Sandier, to approve
            out-of-state travel for Matthew Breindel to attend the annual
                                                                        -
            Association for Institutional Research Conference, May 5 8,1996 in
            Albuquerque, New Mexico. Motion carried.

      Ic.   It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve
            out-of-state travel for Colin Messer to attend the Seventh Annual
            Alternative Vehicle Fuels Market Fair and Symposium on May 5 7,   -
            1996 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Motion
            carried.

      Id.   It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr. House, to approve
            out-of-state travel for Jim Hopkins to attend the Wallace Stegner
            Inter-disciplinary Symposium on May 3-5,1996 in Madison,
            Wisconsin. Motion carried.

      2.     Student Trustee P r i v m

            It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to adopt rules
            and regulations regwding the privileges of the Student Trustee from
            the options listed in Attachment # I (with no change.) Motion
            carried.

      3.     Out-of-State Travel

             Motion to approve out-of-state travel for Larry Dashiell to attend a
             National Alternative Fuels Training Program at West Virginia
                                                                  -
             University in Morgantown, West Virginia on April 22 26,1996.

      4.            of
             A~proval Grade Grievance Procedure

            .It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to approve the
             attached Grade Grjevance Procedure. Motion carried.

      5.     Student Body Center Fee

             It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve the
             deduction of twenty-five (25) cents per unit from every student for
             the Student Body Center Fee for Palm Desert Campus only. Motion
             carried.

      6.     Out-of-State Travel

             Motion to approve out-of-state travel for Dr. Rick Post to attend a
             Delta Epsilon Chi Career Development Conference on April 20-23,
             1996 in Orlando, Florida.
     7.   Approval of Student Equitv Plan

          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to approve the
          'new' College of the Desert Student Equity Plan for 1996. Motion c
          carried. Motion carried.

D.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:

     1.   Pavroil#9

          Motion to approve the payroll as presented.

     2.   Budaet Transfers

          Motion to approve budget transfers.

     3.   Approval of Warrant Lists

          Motion to ratify the warrant lists as rrn:sented.

     4.   Gifts IDonations to the District

          Motion to accept donations.

     5.   Approval of Lease Amendment

          Motion to approve Amendment #3 to the lease with California State
          University, San Bernardino.

     6.   Claims Aqainst the District

           Motion to reject the claim from Esther Epstein for personal injury
          .against the District.

     7.   Revision to the Self Joint Powers Aareement

          Motion to approve a proposed revision to the Schools Excess
          Liability Fund (SELF) Joint Powers Agreement.

     8.           for
          A~reement Architectural Services

          It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve an
          agreement with the Holt Architects for the Preliminary Plans,
          Working Drawings and Construction of the Architectural new
          campus bookstore building at Copper Mountain Campus. Motion           ,
                                                                                I
          carried.
                  9.    Resolution for Expenditure of Excess Funds
I                       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to approve the
                        expenditure of excess funds. Motlon carried.

                  10.   Bid #B-95-15 Llahtlna Retrofit

                        It was moved by Mrs. Sultt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to accept as
                        complete Bit #B-95-15 Lighting Retrofit Project. Motion carried.

                  11.   Bid #B-96-4 Roofinsi Music IShop Buildina and Art Building

                        It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to award Bid #B-
                        96-4 Roofing of MusiclShop Building and Art Building. Motion
                        carried.

    VIII.                  -
            AGENDA ITEMS CLOSED SESSION

            E.    CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (UR. GRAFSKY) -
                  CTA; CODAA; CSEA PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.

            e.    EXISTING LITIGATION IANTICIPATED LITIGATION, PURSUAN'T TO
                  SECTION 54956.9.

            r:.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.

    IX.
            SESSION

            A.    No action.

            B.    No action.

            C.    No action.

    X.      ADJOURNED.




                                                         Charles ~ayden,ki"ek

    brdmlns
    513196
    I                    COLLEGE OF THE DESERT ADJUNCT ASSOCIATION
                                      43-500 Monterey Avenue
                                       Palm Desert CA 02260
                                 (619) 346-8041 or (610) 329-3032

        Board of Trustees Meeting, April 18, 1996

                We, the Adjunct Faculty of College of the Desert, wish to thank the Board for cor-
        recting the minutes of March 15, in which our report was omitted. As the largest of your
        constituencies with 350 members, we now feel more secure that such a mistake will not recur.

                As you know, we are at impasse in our bargaining for a contract, since you will not
        negotiate on some of our most important issues. There are many misunderstandings with
        regard to those issues, and I would like to clear them up. Before we present our case, I
        assure you that we firmly believe our proposals will not cost the district one penny more than
        what it has already committed, but will save a lot of money, and provide a more effective
        overall operation.

        A.     RIGHT O F ASSIGNMENT

               We ask for recognition as an indispensable branch of this district, and that our length
               of service, the quality of our performance, our academic achievements, our contribu-
               tion to the District, and our personal circumstances be considered above those of lesser
               qualifications, or over unknown, untried, or undefined outsiders when class assign-
               ments are made by the Deans.

        B.     RIGHT TO AN INTERVIEW

               For the same reasons noted in A. above, we ask that, when we meet the minimum re-
               quirements published by the District, we be granted an interview and be given serious
               consideration over those of lesser qualifications or over unknown, untried, or un-
               defined outsiders when full time positions become vacant.

        C.     COMPENSATION

               Time and time again it has been agreed that our pay scale is below parity, 11th
               from the bottom out of the 117 community colleges in California. We have been
               promised that a change will occur, but it has not happened. We ask that our pay rates,
               which are among the lowest in the state, be brought up to parity with the other com-
               munity colleges in California, under a specific plan, and within a reasonable time.

        D.     GOOD FAITH NEGOTIATIONS
I
I              We ask the District to instruct its negotiating team to accept the recommendations of
               the mediator, as we will accept them, when the fact finding tactic is concluded.
A. RIGHT O F ASSIGNMENT,

        The only justification far denial of this proposal is catering to the capricious curiosity
of Division chairs whose only cxcuse is "to see wlto else is out there." This self-serving
attitude is quixotic and offends the dignity of division chairs as well as the teaching
profession. It is a blatant abuse of power by minor aparatchiks. It denigrates thc adjunct
faculty, and sends the wrong messages to students, faculty and community by the implication
that competent instructors are not worthy of reassignment, thereby penalizing outstanding
performance. It encourages a "revolving door" style wherein highly educated professionals
are treated as itinerant farm workers, transient laborers, or illegal immigrants. It denies
students continuity in their educational careers, denies them the opportunity to select
instructors under whose guidance they learn more effectively, and prohibits them from
following a specific orientation in their academic pursuits.

B. RIGHT T O INTERVIEW.

        It costs the District about $10,000 to conduct each recruitment, whether for full time
or adjunct faculty. To uphold this piactice under the guise of "following the law" is specious.
The law only requires that "the best available" be hired. We insist that the best available are
those currently employed who have already consistently demonstrated outstanding qualities of
leadership, integrity, professional superiority, loyalty, and dedication to the District and to the
community.
        Present hiring methods are very expensive. The personnel department reports that
there are always 100 applications for each open position - not 93 or 107, but 100. The latest
guess places the figure at 200. The costs of processing applications include, but are not
limited to; advertising and mailing announcements which are required by law; mailing applica-
tion packages; inspecting application packages; sorting application packages; designating selec-
tion committees; referring application packages to selection committees; reviewing application
packages by selection committees; selection of applicants to be interviewed; notifying appli-
cants of interview times and places; conducting interviews of applicants; determining the win-
ning candidates; notifying the winning candidates; notifying the losing candidates; and
inducting and orienting.the winning candidates.

C. COMPENSATION.

      The District complains of budget short-falls, lack of money, unfunded mandates, and
numerous other reasons for not fairly compensating the Adjunct Faculty. Yet large amounts
of money have been found for pay increases in certain non-academic areas.

D. GOOD FAITH BARGAINING.

        At no time, during the bargaining process has the CODAA negotiating team sat across
the table with the District's team. The District's negotiator claims to have no authority, and
insists upon taking our proposals to some nameless, faceless, "committee" for decision, leav-
ing no possibility for negotiating. This puts the CODAA negotiating team in the position of
"shadow-boxing with ghosts," and violates the basic principles of good faith bargaining.
    CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL   -   Employment Listing


I
    A.   Short-term:
           1.   GERHARDT, Bernice
                Groundsperson, CMC (Substitute)
                6-A, $8.50 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                February 13 - April 12, 1996
           2.   KUYKENDALL, Maria
                SecretaryIAffirmative Action Office (Substitute)
                6-A, $8.50 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                March 25, 1996 until position is filled.
           3.   RAWLINS, Karen
                Instructional Support AssistantIDev. Ed., CMC
                6-A, $8.50 per hour not to exceed 30 hours per week
                February 13 - April 12, 1996
          4.    WALTERS, Joyce
                Administrative Secretary I/Maintenance & Operations
                10-G, $14.05 per hour, not: to exceed 40 hours total
                March 4 - 8, 1996



          1.    ADAMS, Eric
                Student Worker, Art
                $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                February 13 - June 30, 1996
          2.    ANDERSON, Christy
                Tutor/Computer Lab, CMC
                $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                February 13 - May 29, 1996
          3.    BAUTISTA, Juan
                Student Worker/DSP&S
                $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
                January 19 - May 30, 1996
          4.    BEARMAN, DeAnna
                Student WorkerIDiesel Mechanics
                $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                February 13 - June 30, 1996
           5.   BERRY, Donna
                Student Worker/ASCOD
                $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                February 13 - June 30, 1996
 6.   BOUHAMIDI, Marie
      Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hour per week
              -
      March 6 May 29, 1996
 7.   BOLL, A.
      Student Worker/Social Science
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 13     -
                    June 30, 1996
 8.   BULLION, T.
      Student Worker/Child Development Center
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 13 -June 30, 1996
 9.   BURNETT, Phil
      Tutor/Upward Bound English
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 25    -
                 June 30, 1996
10.   CASTER, Thomas
      Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 .per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 5 -  May 29, 1996
11.   CASTER, Thomas
      Tutor/EOPS
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 5 - May 29, 1996
12.   CERVANTES, Guadalupe
      Student Worker/Admissions & Records
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week .
      February 13     -
                    June 30, 1996
13.   CHAON, Ed
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center.
      $6.04.per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
              -
      March 4 May 29, 1996
14.   CHERNICK, Sylvia
      Tutor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 23     -
                    May 29, 1996
15.   CROUCH, Parker
      Tutor/Upward Bound Math
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 25    -
                 June 30, 1996
16.   DUNCAN, J.
      Student WorkerlAthletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 13      -
                    June 30, 1996
17.   FUENTES, S.
      Student Worker/Nursing
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 13      -
                    June 30, 1996
18.   GALVAN, Albert
      Tutor/Music
      $6.04 per hour, not.to exceed 9 hours per week
              -
      March 5 May 29, 1996
19.   GERHARDT, Bernice
      Student WorkerlStudent Services, CMC
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours
                   -
      January 8 January 18, 1996
20.   HARRISON, Wayde
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                   -
      January 19 May 29, 1996
21.   HATCH, David
      Student Worker/Athletic Department
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      February 13 -June 30, 1996
22.   HENGSTEBECK, Sandra
      TutorlMath, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                   -
      February 5 May 29, 1996
23.   HESS, Gary
      Tutor/Upward Bound English
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 25 - June 30, 1996
24.   KAAGAN, Jackie
      Tutor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
               -
      March 11 May 29, 1996
25.   LARSON, Alexis
      Tutor/Upward Bound English
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      March 25 - June 30, 1996
LAU, Pik Yin
Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 23   -
             May 29, 1996
LU, Jun
Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
January 23   -
             May 29, 1996
LYNCH, Judith-Ann
Tutor/Science, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
February 26  -May 29, 1996
MARES-HERNANDEZ, Jose
Tutor/Upward Bound Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
Marc11 25 -June 30, 1996
'MARTXN, D.
 Student Worker/Athletic Department
 $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
 February 13 - June 30, 1996
MONPIAISIR, Regina
Student Worker/Academic Skills Center
$5.06'per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
         -
March 19 May 29, 1996
PATEL, Vijay
TutorlMath, Academic Skills Center
$6.04. per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
February 22  - May 29, 1996
POPIEL, Paul
Student Worker/Counseling
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
February 13  -June 30, 1996
PRICE, Juanita
Student Worker/DSP&S
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
February 27  -June 30, 1996
REVOIR, A.
Student WorkerlFine Arts
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13  -June 30, 1996
RIVAS, Anacelia
Student Worker/ASCOD
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - June 30, 1996
RIZZO, Mark
Student Worker/ASCOD
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
               -
February 13 June 30, 1996
RIZZO, Melissa
Student ~orker/~inancialAid
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - June 30, 1996
ROMERO, Lisa
Tutor/Science, CMC
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - May 29, 1996
RUIZ, D.
Student Worker/Athlatic Department
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - June 30, 1996
RUIZ, Ester
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
March 27 - May 29, 1996
RYAN, Julie
Tutor/Upward Bound English
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
March 25 - June 30, 1996
SANCHEZ, Elvia
Student WorkerlTransfer & Career Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 16 hours per week
           -
February 7 June 30, 1996
SCHONFIELD, David
Student WorkerlAllied Health
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
February 26 - June 30, 1996
STANKOVICH, N.
Student worker/Financial Aid
$5.06 par hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
February 13 - June 30, 1996
46.       STEAD, Roxanna
          Tutor/EMT, CMC
          $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                      -
          February 15 May 29, 1996
47.       TREVINO, Jessica
          Student Worker/Financial Aid
          $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
          February 13 - June 30, 1996
48.       TURNER, Stacey
          Student worker/Financial Aid
          $5.06 per hour, not:to exceed 19 hours per week
          February 13 - June 30, 1996
49.       UPHOFF, Katherine
          Student Worker/Counseling
          $5.06 per hour, not to excesb 19 hours per week
          February 13 - June 30, 1996
50.       WADDELL, Dale
          Tutor, EMT, CMC
          $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
          February 15 - May 29, 1996
51.       WALKER, P
          Student WorkerIFinancial Aid
      '   $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
          February 13 - June 30, 1996
52.       WARRICK, John
          Tutor, Computer Science, CMC
          $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
          January 26 - May 29, 1996
    COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
    Educational Support Services               M E M O R A N D U M
    Date :      April 1, 1996
    To:         Jacqulyn Weiss
                Director of Personnel
    Fromr       Suzann Pell, Director
                Educational Support Services
                                                             <...?   ........,.~\............y...
    Subject:     Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,     ggg@&~&p~~~g&
                                                        ~6~~2+~p:9xx:~+x.g6g;;:s:
                 Palm Desert Campus.
                These instructors are appointed for one semester or
                less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
                time load.

                                                                                                      NON
                              DEPARTMENT     LOCATION       CREDIT                                  CREDIT
         ANISMAN, Elizabeth    Develop. Ed      COD
           (Sub)
    .t   MALLOY, Leslie        Nursing   .      COD                      X




-   *    First Assignment at C 0 D
                         COLLEGE OF THE DESERT

   Appointments and S a l a r v Classification Recommends tions for 1 9 9 6 - 1 9 9 7


           Emplownent Statue:                                Salary Schedule:
          1   -   first year of employment                   F - Faculty
          2   -   second year of employment                  N/T - Non-Teaching
          3   -   third year of employment                   M - Management
          T   -   tenured employee


                        SALARY
                        SCEEDULE
                                     1995-96
                                     STATUS
                                                 1995-96
                                                 SAWUZY
                                                                          1996  - 97
                                                                        RECOMMEt?DATION
ABRUZZI, LaVonne                                    11-13                     11-13
ALTMAN, Irene                                     111-07                    111-08
ARMSTRONG, Andrea                                  IV-08                      IV-09
ATTOUN, Fran'c                                     VI-13                     VI-13
BARNETT, Jan                                       VI-11                     VI-12
BAXLEY, Dan                                        11-08                      11-08
BENO, Steve                                        11-13                     11-13
BERGSTROM, Gsr y                                   IV-08                     IV-09
BOWIE, Paul                                          V-13                      V-13
BOYD, Mary                                         IV-12                     IV-13            1
BRAE, Judith                                     VII-08                     VII-08
BRANT, Cathlstn                                    IV-09                     IV-10
BURRAGE, Bryan                                   VII-13                     VII-13
CHAVEZ, Jose                                         V-06                      V-06
CIASTKO, Tom                                       11-13                     11-13
COLLIGAN, John                                   VII-13                     VII-13
COOK, Cheryl                                        A-08                       A-08
COOK, Judith                                     111-07                     111-08
CORONA, Luis                                     VII-13                         -
                                                                            VII 13
COSBY, Jeanne                                      VI-13                     VI-13
CRITES, Buford                                     VI-13                        -
                                                                             VI 13
CUARENTA, Jayne                                  VII-08                     VII-08
DaSHIELL, Larry                                    VI-13                     VI-13
DEAN, Rita                                         VI-13                        -
                                                                             VI 13
DETI, Dan                                          VI - 13                      -
                                                                             VI 13
DIAZ, Marcelino                                 VIII-13                    VIII-13
DOSTAL, Karen                                    111-13                     111-13
DOSTAL, Steve                                    111-13                     111-13
EBERLY, Claudia                                     V-13                      V-13
EDWARDS, Alma                                       A-08                      A-08
EVANS, Ron                                       111-13                     111-13
FISSETTE, Vera                                   111-13                     111-13
FLATT, Charles                                   , VI-13                     VI-13
GAGE, Paulette                                   111-09                     111-10        I
GALLEGOS, Josephine                                VI-13                     VI-13
GARCIA, Frank                                      VI-13                     VI-13
GERKEN, Dee                                        IV-12                     IV-13        I
GILBERT, Gregory                                 111-06                     111-07
GILLMAN, Tom                                     111-09                     111-10
                       SALARY     1995-96   1995-96     1996-97
                       SCHEDULE   STATUS    SALARY      STATUS
GRANNAN, Ralph
GREEN, Jacke'
                          F         T
                                    P
                                                VI-13
                                             VIII-08
                                                           T
                                                           P
                                                                        -
                                                                      VI 13
                          N/T                                      VIII-08
 GREEN, Ron C.            M         T           11-08     T           11-08
 GREEN, Ron P             F         T          111-10     T          111-11
GUDELUNAS, Bill           F         T         VII-11      T         VII-12
HACKETT, Eileen           F         3         111-11      T          111-12
HAGOPIAN, Geoff           F         T         111-13      T          111-13
HARTLEY, Celia            F         T         111-13      T          111-13
HOPKINS, James            F         T            V-13     T             V-13
HOPKINS, Carolyn          F         3         111-05      T         111-06
HOPP, James               F         T           VI-13     T           VI-13
IMMENHAUSEN, Richard      F         T           VI-13     T           VI-13
ITNYRE, Cathy             F         1            V-06     2             V-07
JACKSON, C. D.            F         T         111-13      T         111-13
JASSO, Maria              F         1         111-06      1         111-06
JONES, Phyllis            F         T           IV-13     T           IV-13
JORDAN, Robert            F         T            V-13     T             V-13
KELLER, Patricia          F         1         111-06      2         111-07
KENDALL, Carole           F         T            1-10     T             1-11
KOHL, William             F         T           IV-13     T           IV-13
KRIVANEK, Sandra          F         T            v-10     T            v-11
KROONEN, William          M         T           IV-08     T           IV-08
LaMONT, Ken               N/T       T         VII-13      T         VII-13
LAWSON, Elizabeth         F         T           IV-13     T           IV-13
LIEBRENZ, Debra           F         T         111-13      T         111-13
MADDEN, John              M         T           11-00     T           11-00
MANIS, Michael            F         T           IV-13     T           IV-13
MANZONI, Anthony          E         T            1-13     T            1-13
M A W , John              %'        T          VI-13      T          VI-13
MATHEWSON, Dianne         i?        T         VII-09      T         VII-10
McDERMOTT, Ashley         F         T         111-13      T         111-13
McDONNELL, Kenneth        F         T         VII-13      T        VII-13
McREYNOLDS, Alice         N/T       T         VII-08      T        VII-08
McWILLIAMS, Steve         F         T          VI-13      T          VI-13
MEYER, George             F         T            V-13     T            V-13
MONICA, Matt              N/T       T         VII-13      T        VII-13
MORANTE, Edward           M         T          11-00      T          11-00
MORANTE, Linda            F         3         111-09      rp        111-10
MURILLO, Mike             F         T         111-12      T        111-13
NICHOLSON, Terry          F         T          IV-13      T          IV-13
NORMAN, Craig             F         T         111-06      T        111-07      '
N O W , John              F         T        VII-13       T        VII-13
O'DONNELL, Richard        F         T            v-12     T            V-13
ONEY, J. Cliff            F         T          VI-13      T          VI-13
O'NEILL, Michael          F         T            V-09     T            v-10
ORTEGA, Rosemary          F         T            1-13     T            1-13
ORTIZ, Reynaldo           F         T         111-13      T        111-13
PARVIZI, Jamshid          F         T        VII-10       T        VII-11
PATTERSON, C.A.           F         T        VII-13       T        VII-13
PENAFLOR, Richard         F         T         111-13      T        111-13
PINA, Anthony             F         P            V-08     P            V- 09
POST, Richard             F         T        VII-13       T        VII-13
POYNTER, Susan            F         1         111-06      2        111-07
PULLIAM, James            M         T            X-08     T            X-08
RAMIREZ, Diane            N/T       T       VIII-13       T       VIII-13
REESKE, William           F         T         111-13      T        111-13
ROGERS, Richard           M         T            A-08     T            A-08
                      SALARY     1995-96   1995-96    1996-97   1996-97
                      SCHEDULE   STATUS    SALARY     STATUS    RECOMMENDATION
ROMANO, Darlene                            VII-13       T          VII-13
ROMER, Brett                               111-13       T           111-13
ROSE, Margaret                                1-08       3             1-09
SADDINGTON, Anne                           VII-06        2         VII-07
SALTER, David                              VII-13       T          VII-13
SHAHIDI, Hushang                           VII-12       T          VII-13
SIMONSEN, Steve                            VII-13       T          VII-13
SOTTILE, Domenico                           VI-13       T            VI-13
TABOR, Karen                               111-07       T          111-08
TAMULONIS, John                            111-13       T          111-13
TAPLESHAY, Jack                            111-13       T          111-13
THOMAS, Tyrone                              11-11       T            11-12
THOMPSON, Don                               VI-13       T              -
                                                                     VI 13
THU, Norman                                 IV-13       T            IV-13
TIELSCH, George                            VII-07       3          VII-08
TODD, Leslie                                IV-06       2            IV-07
TOTTEN, MARY                                IV-07       3            IV-08
TRACEY, Rod                                VII-13       T          VII-13
VESCIAL, FRED                              111-06       2          111-07
WADE-MALTAIS, Joyce                        VII-13       T          VII-13
WALKER, Doug                                VI - 13     T           VI-13
WATLING, Michael                            11-13       T            11-13
WATSON, Floyd                              111-13       T          111-13
WEIN, Tina                                 111-10       T          111-11
WEISS, Jacqulyn                              1-08       T             1-08
WENTZ, Joy                                   v-12       T             V-13
WESTERFIELD, Kathy                           A-08       3
WHITAKER, Char                               v-11       T
WHITE, John                                 IV-13       T           IV-13
                                                                                                   Attachment #I
                       DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT


        ADOPT REGULATIONS REGARDING PRIVILEGES FOR STUDENT TRUSTEE
                    PURSUANT TO THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS


OPTIONS

1.   Make and second motions at the discretion of the governing board

2.   Attend executive sessions, other than executive sessions on personnel matters or collective
     bargaining matters, at the discretion of the governing board.

3.   Receive compensation, at the discretion of the governing board, up to the amount prescribed by Section
     72425.

4.   Serve a term of one year commencing on July 1, 1996, and ending on May 15, 1997, and May 15th of
     each year thereafter, at the discretion of the governing board.
                     DESERT COMkfUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                           COLLEGE OF THE DESERT

                           GRADE GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE
By larv, an itrstrrictor is solely responsible for the grades assignerl; IIO irtstrrrctor tnay be
directed to charrge a grnde except itt certuitt rtarmrv circumstatzces autholized by the
California Education Code, Section 76244(a), rvkich rearls as follorvs: "When grades are
given for arty courses of itrstrriction taught itr a cort~rttrrrtnitycollege, the grade given to each
student shall be that detet.mined by the instnrctor of tlte course artd its deterntirtation, in the
absence of mistake, fta~id,bad faith, or incompetency, sitall be final."

When a strtdertt believes tltat the District grading policy has not beeit follo~ved,and that the
grade received itt class rvas the result of "mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incomnpetertcy," the
student MUST discuss this concern rvitlz the course instr~tctor tlte end of tlte fourth week
                                                                  by
of the follorving semester: Any student rvho is not satisfierl ufter meeting rvitlt tlte ittstructor,
may choose to plirsue a grievat~ce.

FRAUD: P deliberate tttisr'epreserttation o f t k e tmth or a fact user1 to take monev, rights, or
otlrer privilege or' property arvay fiatrr a person or persons may be fout~rlto b e d aiid.
BAD FAtTH: Bad faith may be found itt art instance of an intent to deceive, itt an act of
dishonesty.
INCOMPE7'ENCY: Incotttpetettcy may be formd irr a lack of ability, qcialz~cations,          fitness,
or perfomance.

IS a   strrrlent files a grnrle gtievattce in accordurtce rvitlt the definitions and placed~ires
described herein, artrl if, folloiving tlze gtievartce placedures, it is found tlzilcit the grade
                                                    fraud, bad faith, or irtcompetettcy, " thett a
assigned has in fact been the resesrrlt of (O~tistake,
rterv grade will be assigned, and tltat gmde will become the firral grade.

THE STUDENT MUST OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES.        THE
PROCEDURES MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF THE FOLLOWING
SEMESTER (EXCLUDING SUMMER SCHOOL) DURING WHICH THE CAUSE FOR
GRIEVANCE OCCURRED.

LEVEL 1: Prior to filing a fotmal rvtitten grievance, tlte sturlent must attempt to solve the
problem. W t e n grades are available, the student is expected to contact his or her irtstructor
                   their clifferences rzot later than tlte forlrtlt week of the follorving semester.
directly to disc~iss
At this stage most dgferences will be resolverl. This corttact sltolild be conrlucted in the
privacy of the instructor's office rvherzever possible, and the pertitteat issues should be ~vell
defined so that they ntay be discrissed as objectively as possible.

IS tlze problem canttot be resolved at this level, the stlidertt may, after irtfor.mirtg tlte
irtstrrrctor that lie or she plans to file a rvtitten gtievarrce, progress to Level 2.

LEVEL 2: The strrrlent submits a ivritten request for a nteetittg ivitlz the ittstwctor's
                                                                           in
scrpervisor to resolve the grievartce. The rvrittert request must irtcl~mde, detail, tlte student's
basis for initiating the grievartce. The student sltall initiccte this request ivithin five (5)
school days d t e r meeting with the irtstrtrctor: Tlze supervisor shall meet with the irtstr~tctor
    artd strt(lertt rvitlzirt five (5) scltool clays of receptiort of the for~rtalgtievartce uccorttponied by
    all strpporting clalu strpplie(1 by the sttrdent irt an altentpt to resolve tlte issue at tltis level.
    Atiy srrclt meeting regur(1irtg u grcrile grievnnce rvill be closed to all observers.

     At this level, $the issue cart be resolve(1 to tlie sati&ction of the irzstrttctor arrd stttdertt, and
     tlte actiorr to be takert is to ckarige a gmde &re to a rrtistake, the incorrect glade shall be
                                                                                 and
     rernovedfsorn tlte strtdertt's recoril. Within two (2) days, tlte rlecisior~ proposed action of
     tlte sttpervisor rvill be contm~~nicated writing rvitlt copies to tlte stu(1ertt irrvolved, the
                                                irt
    facttlty mentber irtvolve(l, the appropriate Deart of Zttstr-rrction or designee, arfd tlze Office of
     A(1missions artd Records.

    I f tlte problem cartnot be resolved at tltis level, tlte strrrlertt may, after irtforming the
    instructor and sttpervisor that he or she plans to file a rvritten grievartce, progress to Level 3.

    LEVEL 3: The stu(1ettt slcbrnits a rvrittert request for a meeting wit11 tlte appropriate
    Academic Dean to resolve the grievance. The rvritten request must include, in detail, the
                                                                                                        five
    stttdent's basis for irtitiati.vg tlte grievance. The stttdertt shall irtitiate this request ~vitltin
    (5) school after ineetirtg with the supervisor artd irtstrtrctor. The Dean sltall meet with the
    instrttctor; srrpervisor and sttt(1ent rvithiri five (5) school clays of receptiort of tlte for~nal
    grievance accontpanied           all stcpportirtg data supplied by the student ifz art attempt to
                                    el.
    resolve tlte issue at tltis .0; Arty srtclt nteeting regurirtg a grade grievartce lvill be closed
    to all observers.

    At this level, if tlte isstre :anttot be resolved to the sati&ction of tlte supervisor, irrsfructor
    and student, the Dean assumes the responsibility for arriving at a decision regarding the
    validity of the grievartce o rld appropriute actiort to be taken. I f tlte action to be taken is to
    change a grade due to i r mistake, the irrcowect gmde shall be removed fram the strtdent's
    record. Witltirt trvo (3 days, the decisiort and proposed action of the Dean will be
    comntunicated irt writing wit11 copies to tlte stttdent involved, the faculty member involved,
    tlte supervisor involved, artd tlte OfJice of Admissiorts and Records. The Dealt's decision
    completes and exlrartsts the Desert Commrtttity College District's Grade Grieva~tce
    Procedttre.

    The president or his designee may shorten or lengthen the times specwed in these
    pracedtrres. The intent, however, is to ensure that each and every step rvill take place as
    expetlitiously as possible.




    APPROVED BY THE EDUCATIONAL POLICIES AND PRACTICES COMMITTEE ON
    NOVEMBER 30, 1995

    APPROVED BY THE ACADEMIC SENATE ON FEBRUARY 1,1996

I
                          DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                       MINUTES
                                                      -
                                  MAY 17.1996 9:30 A.M.


    L                              -
           CALL T O ORDER PLEDGE O F ALLEGIANCE

           The meeting was called to order by Chairman, Virnita McDonald, followed by the Pledge
           of Allegiance.

    II.    ROLL CALL: Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, and Suitt, and Student
           Trustee: Copper Mountain Campus.

    JII.                       -
           AGENDA ITEMS CLOSED SESSION:

           A.                                                                    -
                  Conference with Labor Relations Coordinator (Dr. Grafsky) CSEA; pursuant to
                  Section 54957.6.

           B.    . Conference with legal counsel; pursuant to Section 54956.8.

    IV.    SEATING O F NEWLY ELECTED STUDENT TRUS1'EE -PALM DESERT
           CAMPUS, JUANITA PRICE. AND ISOB RACE. COPPER MOUNTAIN
1          CAMPUS-REELECTED:

           A Plaque of Appreciation was awarded by Virnita McDonald to Marie Gardner and
           Bob Race for their past Student Trustee service.

    V.     APPROVAL OF MINUTES O F SPECIAL MEETING OF MARCH 29,1996:

           It was moved by Dr. Sandier, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to approve the Minutes of the
           Special Meeting of March 29, 1996. Motion carried.

           It was moved by Dr. Sandier, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to approve the Minutes of the
           Regular Meeting of April 18, 1996. Motion carried.

    VZ.    PUBLIC COMMENTS: Jane Foster, President, Auxiliary Organization, who is also a
           student and volunteer at College of the Desert, commended the Board of Trustees for
           their integrity and offered her support. Ruth Kennedy, former President of the Auxiliary
           Organization, noted that most members were in full support of Dr. George. Glenda
           Colins, Student and former Treasurer of ASCOD, presented a petition to show support
           for Dr. George.
W.   REPORTS

     1)   Governing Board: Trustee Hayden asked Dr. Baxley to report on the National
          Science Foundation Grant that they have been working on for the past few
          months. Dr. Baxley noted that College of the Desert will receive $300,000.

          Trustee Suitt requested a list of the committee members who worked on writing      ;
                                                                                             ,

          this grant from Dr. Baxley.

     2)   Academic Senate: Norman Thu reported that Karen Tabor would be presenting a
          report, later in the meeting, from the Task Force on Reorganizational Structure.
          He thanked Bill Kroonen and Karen Tabor for all their work on this task force
          committee. He commented that the report is a 'preliminary' document and can be
          changed.

          Mr. Thu announced that the TeachinglLearning Center will be housed in the old
          Student Center and should be completed sometime toward the end of the Summer,
          with a dedication expected in the Fall.

     3)   CSEA: Joyce Moore introduced Vicki Sauer, Labor Relations Coordinator for
          CSEA. She thanked A1 Grafsky and Vicki Sauer for their efforts during
          negotiations, and noted there would be a ratification meeting today at 2:00 p.m.
          Joyce also announced CSEA would be holding a celebration lunch at Ranchers
          Park on May 3 1st.

     4)   CCAJCTA: Michael O'Neill noted that the Health and Welfare package, and
          the Tenure Review Policy had been ratified. He acknowledged Jackie Weiss for
          her hard work on this project. An organizational meeting regarding the Market
          Basket Study will be held this week.

          Michael stated that this was a productive year for negotiations.

     5)   ADJUNCT: No report.

     6)   ASCOD: Eric Pontius thanked the Board of Trustees for their support over the
          last year and for the opportunity to address the Board. Eric read a statement from
          ASCOD in support of Dr. George.

          The in-coming President of ASCOD, Chris Cantu, thanked Eric for his work and
          accomplishments for ASCOD over the past year.
7)   ASCMC: Bob Race noted that almost all past members have returned to their
     student government positions. He commented that the Playhouse made over
     $1,100 and has donated $470.00 to the Student Book Program for the purchase of
     textbooks. CMC Days will be held on May 18 to which he invited everyone to
     attend. Bob noted that the Summer project for ASCMC will be creating a Web
     PagdSite on the Internet for Fall Semester.

8)   Student Trustees: Trustee McDonald introduced the Student Trustee from Palm
     Desert, Juanita Price. Juanita turned the floor over to Marie Gardner for her
     report.

     Marie thanked everyone for the plaque, and commented on how pleased she was
     to have Juanita take her seat as Student Trustee.

     Marie addressed the issue of Dr. George's proposed administrative leave. She
     spoke to the strengths of his ability in cultivating relationshipsldonors throughout
     the valley. Marie confirmed her full support for Dr. George.

     Trustee McDonald thanked the Student Trustees for their input over the past fiscal
     year and commented on how much the Board appreciated them.

9)   SuperintendentlPresident: Dr. George introduced Jackie Weiss who addressed
     several issues.

     a)Jackie introduced Donna Wells, Secretary to the Administrative
     ServiceslMaintenanceDepartment.

     b)Dr. George noted that as the semester ends there are many celebrations and
     graduations for special groups on campus that need to be acknowledged. He will
     try to keep theBoard informed of these celebrations/graduations as they are
     scheduled to take place.

     c)Dr. Kroonen spoke to the Board on behalf of the Task Force on
     ReorganizationIRenewal. He asked that the Board recognize the following Task
     Force members for their hard work and leadership: Ed Morante, Cathy Brant,
     Elaine Snyder, Char Whitaker, Ron Evans, Dee Gerkin, Bob Jordan, Tom Gilman,
     Ashley McDermott, Mike Murillo, Barbara McAllister, Ken LaMont,
     Steve Nagle, John Marman, Rey Ortiz, George Tilsch, and Kathie Westerfield.

     d)Karen Tabor reviewed the work of the Task Force and presented a slide
     presentation of the steps taken to compile this Report. She specifically stated that
     report consists of 'suggestions' and is subject to changes as we gather new input in
     the coming months and years. Guidelines will be reviewed annually.
    Norman Thu noted that this report was a 'DRAFT' document, and has been sent
    to all Board members.

    Trustee Suitt expressed her sincere appreciation to the group for their thorough
    report and asked that their comments be put together into a report, and requested
    that a study session be scheduled in July or August to continue the momentum of
    the report.

    Dr. ~ e o r commented that the Task Force Report will be a process of renewal
                 ~ e
    and will continue to evolve into new targets to work on each year.

    Karen Tabor noted that the committee members would be glad to work with the
    Board in July, and would welcome the opportunity for a Study Session.

    Trustee McDonald felt the Study Session should be scheduled on a off-Board day.

VIII. CONSIDERATION O F CONSENT AGENDA

    Item No. A-9 was removed from the Consent Agenda,

           Classified - Reduction in Hours
           Classified - Continuation of Assignments
                              -
           Hourly Personnel CIassifiedlStudents/Tutors
           Extension of Assignment -Faculty
           Faculty -Unpaid Leave of Absence
                              -
           Hourly Personnel Adjunct Faculty
           Employment Agreements
           Out-of-State Travel
           Out-of-State Travel
           Out-of-State Travel
           Out-of-State Travel
           Out-of-State Travel
           Approval of 1996 Summer & Fall Schedules for
           Copper Mountain and Palm Desert Campus
                                  -
           Cumculum Review Approval Only
           Payroll #10
           Quarterly Financial Report
           Approval of Warrant Lists
           Approval of Contracts
            Claims Against The District

M. AGENDA:
A.   PERSONNEL SERVICES:

     1.             -
          Classified Appointments

          It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to ratify the
          appointments of the following individuals on the effective dates
          indicated. Motion carried.

          Maria Kuykendall, Secretary IYAflirmative Action, .50 FTE, 10
          months, effective May 6, 1996.

          Davey Palmer, Security Officer, .50 FTE, 10 months, effective
          April 10, 1996.

          Sheilla Pearsall, Secretary II/DSP&S, CMC, .48 FTE,10 months,
          effective April 29, 1996.

          Karen Rawlins, Clerk Typist III/EOP&S, CMC, .50 FTE, 10
          months, effective April 29, 1996.

     2.             -
          Classified Reduction in Hours

          Motion to approve reduction in hours for the following:

          Stephanie Hemngton, Child Development Specialist,
                                      -
          .20 FTE, effective April 11 May 29, 1996.

     3.   Classified - Extension of Assignments

          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr. House, to
          ratify the Extension of Assignments for the following individualsas
          indicated:

          Patricia Escudero, Clerk Typist III/Upward Bound Program, .495
           I,
          F E June 13-August 9, 1996.
          Angelica Juarez, Clerk Typist II/Developmental Education, .49
          FTE, August 1, 1996-June 30, 1997.
4.   Classified - Continuation of Assignments

     Motion to ratify the continuation of assignments for the following
     individuals on the effective dates indicated:

     Juvy Agregado, Instructional Support Assistant, Child
     Development Center, .l25 FTE, 9 months, effective August 22,
     1996 -May 30, 1997.

     Susan Berkman, Workability I11 Job Developer, .30 FTE, 10
     months, effective August 12, 1996 -June 10, 1997.

     Lois Boyd, Clerk Typist IIIIStudent Services, ,495 FTE, 10
                                        -
     months, effective August 12, 1996 June 10, 1997

     Connie Cameron, Evaluation Technician, 1.00 FTE,12 months,
     effective July 1, 1996 -June 30, 1997.

     Robin Cotton, Clerk Typist IIVNew Horizons Program, .495 FTE,
                                            -
     10 months, effective August 12, 1996 June 10, 1997.

     Patricia Gaynor, DSP&S Assistant, 1.00- FTE, 10 months,
     effective August 12, 1996 -June 10, 1997.

     Lois Kirby, Clerk Typist III/Workplace Learning Resource
     CenterIContact Education, 1.00 FTE, 11 months, effective July 1,
     1996 -June 30, 1997

     Sylvia McAllister, Clerk Typist IIIChild Development Center, .38
                                                -
     FTE, 9 months, effective August 22, 1996 May 30, 1997

     Daryl Murphy, Instructional Support Assistant, DSP&S, .495
                                                -
     FTE, 9 months, effective August 22, 1996 May 30, 1997

     Sonia Rivera, Workability I11 Job Developer, .30 FTE, 9 months,
     effective August 22, 1996 -May 30, 1997

     Rushelle Romo, Clerk Typist IIIi, Developmental Education, 1.00
     FTE, 12 months, effective July 1,1996 -June 30, 1997

     Teresa Villa, Instructional Support Assistant, Child Development
                                                            -
     Center, $12FTE, 9 months, effective ~ u ~ u22, t 1996 ~a~ 30,
                                                    s
     1997.
5.    CSEA Collective Bargaining Agreement

      It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
      approve, pending ratification by CSEA Chapter #407, changes in
      the collective bargaining agreement between the District and
      Chapter #407, California School Employees Association. Motion
      carried.

6.                     -
      Hourlv Personnel Classified/Students/Tutors

      Motion to ratify the employment of the Classified Hourly Personnel
      and Students/Tutors as listed on the attachments.

7.    Extension of Assignment

      Motion to approve extension of assignment of 3 days in June, 1996
      for Dee Gerken, Associate Professor of Nursing.    .        * --
 8.   Faculty - Unpaid Leave of Absence

      Motion to approve an unpaid leave of absence for Jim Parvizi,
      Professor, Mathematics, Fall semester, 1996, August 19 -
      December 20, 1996.

9.    Facultv - Extended Day Listing. 1996-97

      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to table the
      Faculty Extended Day Listing, 1996-97 until the June Board
      Meeting. Motion carried.

10.                                                 -
      Division Chairperson and/or Athletic Director Appointments

      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to table the
      Division Chairperson andlor Athletic Director appointments until
      the June Board Meeting. Motion carried.

11.          -
      Facultv Tenure Review Process

      It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to approve
      the Tenure Review Process Document. Motion carried. (One (1)
      abstention.) Motion carried.
     12.    Hourly Personnel - Adjunct Faculty

            Motion to approve the part-time hourly employment of the
            individuals named on the attached list(s). No one is working in
            excess of .60 FTE

     13.    Employment Agreements

            Motion to ratify the listing of employment agreements as provided.

B.   EDUCATIONAL SERVICES:

     1.     Out-of-State Travel

            It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mrs. Suitt, to approve
            Out-of-State Travel for Rey Ortiz to attend the International
            Association of Management 14th Annual Int'l Conference,
            August 2-6, 1996, in Toronto, Canada. Motion carried.

     Information Item:

     Dr. Kroonen informed the Board that a group of faculty will be traveling
     Arizona in June to attend a conference on "New Approaches to Career
     Paths". This will take place prior to the June Board Meeting. Details are
     being finalized for ratification in June.

     2.     Out-of-State Travel

            Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Steve Dostal, Head
            Football Coach, and the following assistant Football Coaches:
            Reed Benjamin, Frank Canonico, Dean Dowty, Will Martin, Dave
                       e
            Nola, ~ o Palomares, and Steve Stokes, June 5 through June 9,
            1996 to travel to Las Vegas, Nevada for annual recruiting trip.

     3.     Out-of-District Travel

            Motion to ratify Out-of-District Travel for Cathy Itnyre to attend
            the 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies to present a
            paper to Medieval Academy at Western Michigan University,
                                            -
            Kalamazoo, Michigan on May 9 12, 1996.
               4.   Out-of-State Travel

                    Motion to approve out-of-district travel for Eileen Hackett to
                    attend a Surfing theNet with AJN: Electronic Resources for Nurses
                                                               -
                    Conference in Las Vegas, NV on June 1 3, 1996.

               5.   Out-of-State Travel

                    Motion to approve out-of-district travel for Irene Altman to attend
                    a Surfing the Net with AJN: Electronic Resources for Nurses
                    Conference in Las Vegas, NV on June 1 - 3, 1996.

               6.   Out-of-State Travel

                    Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for David Anderson to
                                                                                 -
                    attend the National Athletic Trainers Convention on June 12 15,
                    1996 in Orlando, Florida.

               7.   Avvroval of 1996 Summer & Fall Schedules for C o y e r Mountain
                    and Palm Desert Campus

                    Motion to approve the 1996 Suminer and Fall Schedule of Classes
                    for Copper Mountain and Palm Desert Campuses.

               8.                         -
                    Curriculum Review Approval Only

                    Motion to approve cumculum modifications for the 1996 1997
                    academic year as presented.

C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:

               1.   Pavroll #10

                    Motion to approve Payroll #10 as follows:

                    Certificated              $ 1,069,038.01
                    Classified                    471.657.14
                            Total             $ 1,540,695.15

               2.   Ouarterly Financial Report

                    Motion to receive third quarterly financial report.
             3.     Approval of Warrant Lists

                    Motion to ratify warrant lists as presented.

             4.     Approval of Contracts

                    Motion to approvelratify contracts as presented.

             5.     Claims Against the District

                    Motion to reject the claim for personal injury by Ida Epstein.

             6.                      -
                    RESOLUTION Tax Revenue Anticivation Notes

                    It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House, to pass the
                    Resolution - Tax Revenue Anticipation Notes.

                    ROLL CALL VOTE:
                    Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler, Suitt
                    Noes: None
                    Absent: None

                     Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted..

X.                       -
      AGENDA ITEMS CLOSED SESSION

      A.     CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (DR.
                          -
             GRAFSKY) CTA; CODA; CSEA, PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6

      B.     EXISTING LITIGATIONIANTICIPATED LITIGATION, PURSUANT
             TO SECTION 54956.9

      C.     PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
             54957.

XI.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION              -- ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN
      AT CLOSED SESSION

      A.     It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr. Sandler, that the Board of
      Trustees ratify the Collective Bargaining Agreement with Full-Time faculty for the
      period of July 1, 1995 through June 30, 1997. This agreement has been voted
      upon and approved by the Faculty Association membership. Motion carried.
                                                                                           I
B.     No action.

C.     (See attached statement).

       It was moved by Dr. Sandler, seconded by Mr. House, for the Board of
       Trustees to take action to terminate a classified employee. Motion camed.

       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Dr. Sandler, for the Board to
       take action to send lay-off notices to classified employees for whom
       fknding is no longer available to support their positions. Motion camed.

       It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. Hayden, that the Board of
       Trustees approve a contract establishing Dr. Wm. Kroonen as Executive
       Dean of the College of the Desert, effective Monday, May 20, 1996,
       through June 30, 1997, pending the President's discussion with the
       Academic Deans and Academic leadership. Motion carried.

XII.   ADJOURNED



                             Approved:
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL   -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
      1.   DeJOURNETT, Andrea
           Clerk Typist III/Student Services, CMC
           6-A, $8.50 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
           March 25 - May 10, 1996
      2.   SMITH, Scott
           Accompanist (Substitute)
           10-A, $10.34 per hour, not to exceed 5 hours total
           March 27, 1996


      1.   BONIFAZI, Sharon
           Tutor/Science, CMC
           $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           March 5 - May 29, 1996
      2.   BROUSSEAU, Margot
           Tutor/Spanish, CMC
           $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           March 5 - May 29, 1996
      3.   CARREIRA, Domingo
           Tutor/DSP&S
           $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
           April 11 - May 29, 1996
      4.   CHU, Yat Chor
           Tutor/DSP&S
           $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
           April 25 - May 29, 1996
      5.   FORMAN, Amy
           Student WorkerlStudent Services, CMC
           $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours
           April 23 - 26, 1996
      6.   GERHARDT, Bernice
           Student Worker/Provostls Office, CMC
           $5.06 per hour, as assigned when needed
           March 26 - May 29, 1996
      7.   GORDON,- Judith
           Tutor/Math, CMC
           $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
           April 4 -  May 29, 1996
8.    HA, Dick-Chau
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      April 8 - May 29, 1996
9.    HARRISON, Wayde
      Student Worker/DSP&S
      $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      January 19   -
                   May 29, 1996
10.   HARRISON, Wayde
      Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
                   -
      January 19 May 29, 1996
11.   HENGSTEBECK, Sandra
      Tutor/DSP&S, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 3 hours per week
               -
      March 25 May 29, 1996
12.   KAAGAN, Jackie
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
      April 22 - May 29, 1996
13.   KOO, Yin Ling
      Tutor/Academic Skills Center
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
               -
      April 11 May 29, 1996
14.   KRALL, Catherine
      Tutor/DSP&S
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 3 hours per week
      February 28      -
                    May 29, 1996
15.   LANTZ, Marilyn
      Tutor/Science, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      April 2 - May 29, 1996
16.   LOPEZ, Jenny
      Tutor/Upward Bound Math
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
      April 8 - June 30, 1996
17.   LYNCH, Judith-An
      Tutor/Science, CMC
      $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
      February 26      -
                    May 29, 1996
MARTINEZ, Rebecca
Student Worker/Child Development Center
$5.06 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
April 8 - May 29, 1996
OLMEDA, Christina
Tutor/Math, Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
March 13 - May 29, 1996
PEREZ, Sonia
Tutor/Upward Bound English & Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
April 11 - June 30, 1996
RALLO, Cynthia
Tutor/Child Development Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
March 25 - May 29, 1996
SMITH, Matthew
Tutor/EOPS
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
April 11 - May 29, 1996
SMITH, Matthew
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
April 9 - May 29, 1996
TARTAGLINI, Michael
Tutor/Academic Skills Center
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
April 29 - May 29, 1996
TONG, Ann Shuet Yee
Tutor/DSP&S
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
Aapril 18 - May 29, 1996
VAN COOK, Jerry
Tutor/Upward Bound Math
$6.04 per hour, not to exceed 19 hours per week
March 18 - June 30, 1996
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                   M E M O R A N D U M
Date:         April 30, 1996
To:           Jacqulyn Weiss
              Director of Personnel
From:         Suzann Pell, Director
              Educational Support
Subject : part-time Instructors/Substitutes,           @g@R:%&@jSf{:.:F@
                                                       :~:<+..%z7a<<.<2x<*;;$E,;:i$**
          Palm Desert Campus.
              These instructors are appointed for one semester or
              less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
              time load.

                                                                                 NON
    NAME                 DEPARTMENT         LOCATION       CREDIT              CREDIT
    BAKER, Mollie         Nursing             COD                X
      (Sub)
    COEFIELD, John        Physical Educ .     COD                X
      (Sub)
* MARIETTA, Carol         Nursing             COD                X
      (Sub)




*   First Assignment at C 0 D
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services                 M E M O R A N D U M
Date:      April 30, 1996
To:        Jacqulyn Weiss
           Director of Personnel     -
From:      Suzann Pell, Director
           Educational Support Services
Subject:   Adjunct Faculty & Full Time Overload.      .. ~........~.............~A..~..~.,..A :+ ,
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                                                                                      NON
 NAME                   DEPARTMENT        LOCATION   CREDIT                         CREDIT
 ATTOUN, Frank          Foreign Lang.       COD          X
 BALLANTYNE , Sue       EOPS                COD
 BENJAMIN, Reed         Physical Educ.      COD
 BENO, Stephen          Culinary Arts       COD
 BERGSTROM, Gary        Reading             COD
 BERKMAN, Susan         DSP&S               COD
 BINGHAM, Greg          Political Sci.      COD
 BOGAN, Alexandra       Foreign Lang Lab    COD
 BURRAGE, Bryan         Biology             COD
 CAMERON, Connie        Psychology          COD
 CARLISLE, Kris         Music               COD
 CASTILLEJA, Faye       Nursing             COD
 CASTILLO, Jose         Develop. Educ.      COD
 CEJA, Frank            Computer Sci.       COD
 CHRISTENOT, Fawn       Develop. Educ.      COD
 CIASTKO, Tom           Respirat. Thera.    COD
 CLARY, Daniel          Adrnin. Justice    PSPDTC
DAULTON, Carroll    Psychology               COD
DECKER, Georgia     E S L                    COD
DECKER, M. Chuck    Computer Info Svc COD
DETI, Daniel        Foreign Language         COD
DIAZ, Jesusita      Develop. Educ.      '    COD
DIAZ, Marcelino     Student Devel.           COD
EBERLY, Claudia     School Nurse             COD
EVANS' Ron          Art                      COD
EVANS, Susan        Art                      COD
FALLON, Donald      Admin. Justice          PSPDTC
FARRELL, Kathleen   English                  COD
FERGUSON, Colleen   English                  COD
GARVER, Deborah     Human Services           COD
GETZ, Lesley        Develop. Educ.           COD
GIANNINI, Carol     Emerg. Med. Tech         COD
GUDELUNAS, Bill     History                  COD
GUILIN, Sal         Math                    COD
HAGOPIAN, Geoff     Math                    COD
HALSTEAD, Donna     Develop. Educ.           COD
HARRAL, Candace     Develop. Educ.          COD
HERRICK, William    Admin. Justice          PSPDTC
HERRINGTON, Diana   Human Services          COD
HOUSTON, Cheryl     Physical Educ.          COD
HUFF, Lou           Emerg. Med. Tech        COD
HULTGREN, Derek     Art                     COD
IMMENHAUSEN, R.     Superv . Mgmt   .       COD
JACKSON, C .D .      Academic Skills    COD
JACKSON, Cathy       Math               COD
JEANDRON, Gary       Admin. Justice    PSPDTC
JONES, Phyliss       Nursing            COD
KELLER, Patricia     Nursing           COD
KOEDYKER, James      Admin. Justice    PSPDTC
LAB, Olivia          Develop. Educ.    COD
LARSON, Les          Math              COD
LARSON, Shirley      Develop. Educ.    COD
LARSON-HUDSON, S .   Develop. Educ.    COD
LELIVA, Joanna       Develop. Educ.    COD
LIMON, Raymond       Theatre Arts      COD
LIPPMANN, Jay        Math              COD
LYNCH, Mary          School Nurse      COD
MANIS, Michael       Accounting        COD
MARMAN, John         Physical Educ.    COD
MATTHEWS , Mona      English           COD
McCABE, Gay          Librarian         COD
MCDERMOTT, Ashley    AStronomy         COD
MCGUIRE, Cheryl      Develop. Educ.    COD
MICHELSEN, Mike      Accounting        COD
MICK, Adam           EOPS              COD
MILTENBERGER, Kim    Speech            COD
MORANTE, Linda       English           COD
MUNROE, Carol        Develop. Educ.    COD
MURPHY, John         Math              COD
NAGLE, Steve         Political Sci.    COD
NAJARIAN, Hovak      Art               COD
NELSON, Chris         Suppl Lang Lab   COD
NEW, D . Shea         Physical Educ.   COD
NORMAN, John          Music            COD
O'NEILL, Michael      DSP&S            COD
ODEN, Ron             Sociology        COD
OLAUSON, Donna        School Nurse     COD
ORTIZ, Rey            Develop. Educ.   COD
PARKS, Barbara        Speech           COD
PATTERSON, C.A.       Math             COD
POWELL, Yvonne        Theatre Arts     COD
RAWNSLEY, Richard     English          COD
RHODES CAMPBELL, R.    Psychology      COD
RIZVANBEGOVIC, F .    Develop. Educ.   COD
RODRIGUEZ, Juanita Develop. Educ.      COD
ROMANO, Darlene       Music            COD
ROMATKO, William      Math             COD
ROMER, Brett          Math             COD
RYTERBAND, Astrid     Develop. Educ.   COD
SAMANIEGO, Lilia      Develop. Educ.   COD
SAMPLES, Ken          Philosophy       COD
SANCHEZ, Gabriela Develop. Educ .      COD
SANTUCCI, Allyson Develop. Educ.       COD
SESMA, Artemisa      Develop. Educ.    COD
SHAHIDI, Hushang     Economics         COD   X
SOTTILE, Domenico Foreign Lang.        COD   X
SPRAGUE, William     Develop. Educ.    COD
STOKES, Steve        Physical Educ.    COD   X
TAYLOR, C. Sue      Nursing           COD
THOMAS, Myron       Accounting        COD
THOMAS, Ty          Develop. Educ.    COD
THOMPSON, Don       Physical Educ.    COD
TODD, Leslie        Nursing           COD
TRACEY, Rod         Chemistry         COD
TUCKER, Linda       Math              COD
VALDEZ, Cyd         Sociology         COD
WADDELL, Dan        Music             COD
WADE-MALTAIS, J.    English           COD
WALKER, Doug        Natural Resour.   COD
WHEAT, Suzie        Physical Educ.    COD
WHITAKER, Char      Librarian         COD
WILLSON, Wendy      Theatre Arts      COD
WINFIELD, William   Sociology         COD
ZIMMERMAN, Lily     Develop. Educ.    COD
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: MAY, 1996

Contract Education:
Pati Lovernich
Miscellaneous:
Daryl Murphy
Steve Nagle
Terry Oesau
Victoria Rabb
Karen Tabor
A1 Yankee
                        STATEMENT BY MRS. MCDONALD

                                    APRIL 17, 1996

       The Board of Trustees has received a report from our designated
investigator on questions relating to the activities known by the names "Gift
Exchange", "Friendship Clubs", and other names, which the Riverside District
Attorneys Office has described as pyramid schemes. We realize that there is a
great deal of interest in these findings, and therefore, I want to provide you with
some information. However, my statement must necessarily be couched in
general terms, because of the rights of confidentiality of the many District
employees involved.

         The most difficult thing I have to report is that it seems clear that at least
twenty (20) employees at the College were, in one form or another, involved in
these pyramids. Most of these employees did so on their own time, and with
little or no involvement during the work day. A few did engage in pyramid
activity on campus and during the work day. We do not believe it is necessary
to identify any of the involved employees by name.

       However, I am happy to report that there is no evidence that any College
resources were used in the pyramid schemes. By this I mean, there is no
evidence that College funds were used. There is also no evidence that College
of the Desert Foundation funds were used in any way. There is no evidence
that College facilities were used for pyramid meetings. There is no evidence
available to us that the District computer system was used to further the
pyramids.

        The Board may proceed with disciplinary action against some employees
who can be shown to have engaged in pyramid activity on District time or to
have misused their position in the District to solicit pyramid participants. Any
discipline will be carried out with full compliance with the due process and
collective bargaining rights of the affected employees.

       There have been requests for copies of this report. We have directed our
attorney to prepare a version of the report that segregates out the parts that are
exempt from public disclosure under the public records act. This will be
available within 10 days.
            DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
            SPECIAL BOARD OF TRUSTEESf MEETING
                         MINUTES
                   MONDAY, MAY 6, 1996
             PALM DESERT CAMPUS      -
                                  BOARD ROOM




 I.    CALL TO ORDER     -
                        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: The meetingwas
       called to order by Mrs. Suitt, followed by the Pledge of
       Allegiance.                          --
                                           .-
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 11.   ROLL CALL: Trustees Suitt, HaYden,~House,~   and Sandler
       were present. Mrs. McDonald was absent.
111.   AGENDA ITEM   -   CLOSED SESSION:
       A.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASEf
            PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.
IV.    RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION     --
                                    ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
       CLOSED SESSION.       --
                           SEE ATTACHED.
 V.    ADJOURN TO REGULAR MEETING ON FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1996 AT
       9:00 A.M. IN THE BOARD ROOM. PALM DESERT CAMPUS.



                 Approved :
                  ALL DAY HEARING
            BOARD OF TRUSTEESIMCINERNEY

                  MONDAY, MAY 6,1996



THE BOARD RECONVENED TO OPEN SESSION AT   3:05 P.M, AND HAS
GIVEN DIRECTION TO LEGAL COUNCIL TO PREPARE A STATEMENT .
                                        -
THE BOARD WILL TAKE ACTION AT THE MAY 1 7 BOARD OF  ~ ~
TRUSTEES MEETING.                      <
                                       - -.  . -.


THE BOARD WILL RECONVENE ON FRIDAY, MAY 17TH.
            DEBERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIBTRICT
            SPECIAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES1 MEETING
                         I.IINUTES
            MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1996, 9:00 A.M.
             PALM DESERT CAMPUS     -
                                   BOARD ROOM




      CALL TO ORDER   -   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
      The meeting was called to order by Chairwoman McDonald,
      followed by the pledge of allegiance.
      ROLL CALL: Trustees Hayden, House, -~z~onald,
      Sandler, and Suitt were present.
      AGENDA ITEM   - CLOSED SESSION
      A.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO
           SECTION 54957.
IV.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION     --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION.
      A.   It was moved by Mrs. Suitt, seconded by Mr. House,
           to accept (by a 5-0 vote), the resignation of Dr.
           David George, effective at the beginning of the new
           semester. Motion carried.
      ADJOURNED TO REGULAR MEETING ON WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26, 1996
      AT 9: 00 A.M. IN THE LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM      -
                                                        COPPER
      MOUNTAIN CAMPUS.


                 Approved :
           ---
            -                   Charles Hayd'd, Clerk
            DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                    BOARD OF TRUSTEEB
                                 -
                           MINUTES
                JUNE 2 6 . 1996    9:00 A.M.
                  COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS

      CALL TO ORDER   - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
      The meeting was called to order by Chairman, Virnita
      McDonald, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by
      Trustee House.
      ROLL CALL: Trustees Hayden, House, McDonald, and Sandler
      were present.
      &PPROVAL OF MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF MAY 17. 1996:
      It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr. Sandler, to
      approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of May 16,
      1996. Motion carried.
IV.   PUBLIC COMMENTS:   None.
v.    REPORTS :
      1)   Governinq Board:    Trustee Hayden reported on a
           conference he recently attended in Marina del Rey
           on California Partnership Academies dealing with
           two of the feeder schools that have been
           established in our District. Coachella Valley
           Unified has two partnerships   --one in hospitality
           and one in Allied Health. Palm Springs Unified has
           a business academy. The Administrators would like
           to have the College to be as cooperative as
           possible so their students can go on to higher
           skill areas at the College and to have articulation
           agreeaents drawn up with those skill areas.
       -   Remedial education was also a prime subject and
           tcey feel that they are ready to talk to the
           College on academics, like Math/Science so students
           will be more ready to come to our College without
           having to take remedial English and Math, etc.
           Dr. Sandler stated that he has been very active in
           the Rancho Mirage Children's Discovery Museum which
           has recently moved (temporarily) to the Palm Desert
           Mall.   He has been contributing time there by
           demonstrating different aspects of Physics. They
           are trying to recruit retirees to give of their
           time to the Museum.
     Mr. House reported on his new grandson and Mrs.
     Virnita said that she had just returned from
     Seattle to visit family.                              1I
2)                            -
     Academic Senate Karen Tabor, President, announced
     the results of the vote taken by the full-time
     faculty on the Resolution to request that the Board
     place Dr. George on administrative leave. There
     were 88 ballots returned              --
                                   52 voted YES and 35
     voted NO (with 1 abstention). The resolution was
     passed by the Senate. She commended the Board and
     Dr. George for their actions.
3)   CSEA    -   No report.
4)   CCAICTA - Michael OrNeill, President, gave an
     update to the Board on the Marketbasket Study Task
     Force.    Group has met three (3) times with
     Districtwide representation. A set of Golden Rules
     has been established under which the committees
     will function. On July 17 at 3:00 in Nursing 9, a
     joint "kick-offtt meeting will be held. Timelines
     include the reporting out of findings by Flex of
     Spring semester. Each sub-committee is being asked
     to meet a .minimum of one time during the summer to
     look at where we are currently and why we are where
     we are. In the Fall, sub-committees will discuss
     where we want to be and alternatives for getting
     there. JoAnn Higdon and Michael are Co-Chairs.
     JoAnn concurred with Michael's report and stated
     how pleased she is at the collaborative nature
     indicated at all of the meetings. She added that
     the Golden Rules were established to make sure that
     everyone in the room will take on a District
     perspective at these meetings.
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                        -   No report.
6)   AsCoD       - No   report.
7)   AscMc       - No   report.
8)   STUDENT TRUSTEES             - NO report(s).
           A)   Dr. George turned the meeting over to Cheryl
                Cook who spoke in the absence of Jim Pulliam
                and John Madden. She stated that CMC Days on
                May 18 were very successful.         She then
                introduced Owen Gillick who commented on the
                Friends of Copper Mt. Campus.        In their
                election, most of the former officers were re-
                elected.     This past year, they raised
                approximately $250,000 and spent $143,000 on
                program support and other specific things on
                the campus. He said that the new bookstore
                will be the biggest item and it will be a
                College/District project funded by the
                Friends.    Construction will hopefully be
                underway soon.
                Dr. George announced that the summer semester
                is at -4% enrollment; however, it was noted
                that the number of sections offered has been
                reduced and we are up in efficiency by having
                more students enrolled in the classes.
                Dr. Baxley reviewed the grant recently
                received from the National Science Foundation
                in the amount of $300,000.
           B)   Recoqnition Items:   - None
           C)   Board Communications:    -
                                        It was the consensus
                of the Board to have the July meeting remain
                on July 18 and NOT to have a meeting in
                August.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA:
    Item A513 (Personnel Services) was pulled from Consent
    Agenda?
     It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr. Hayden, to
     approve the Consent Agenda as follows. Motion carried.
    A-1    Classified - Appointment
    A-2    Classified - Resignations
    A-3    Classified - Reclassification
    A-4    Classified - Extension of Assignments
    A-6
    A-8
           Hourly Personnel - Classified/Students/Tutors
           Faculty - Leave Replacement
    A-13
    A-15
                            -
           Hourly Personnel Adjunct Faculty
           Extension of Assignment   -
                                     Faculty
       B-2    Out-of-State Travel
       B-3    Out-of-State Travel
       B-4    Out-of-State Travel
       B-5    Out-of-State Travel
       B-6    out-of-state Travel (Ratification)
       C-1    Approval of Warrant Lists
       C-2    Payroll #11
       C-3    Claims Against the District
       C-4    Volunteers
       C-5    Gifts/Donations to the District
       C-8    Approval of Contracts
       C-10   Budget Transfers
VII.   AGENDA:
       A.     PERSONNEL SERVICES:
              1.    Classified   - ADDointment
                    Motion to ratify the appointment of the
                    following individual on the effective date
                    indicated:
                    Suzan    Gilliam,      Development      Office
                    AssistantlMedia Specialist, CMC, 1.00 FTE,
                    Range 14,'Step A, $27,604 annually, 12 months,
                    effective May 24, 1996.
              2.    Classified   -   Resianations
                                                                     J
                    Motion to ratify the resignation of the
                    following individuals on the effective dates
                    indicated:
                    Cheri Dixon, Secretary III/Division Chairs,
                    CMC, 1.00 FTE, 10 months, effective June 12,
                    1996.
               -
              - - Rushelle Romo, Clerk Typist III/Developmental
               -%



              " Education, 1.00 FTE, 12 months, effective May
                  6, 1996.
              3.    Classified   - Reclassification
                    Motion to ratify the reclassification of the
                    following individuals on the effective dates
                    indicated:
                    Ann Miles, 1.00 FTE, 12 months from Full
                    Charge   Bookkeeper/Auxiliary Services to
                    Auxiliary/Student     Records  Specialist,
                    effective July 1, 1996.
          Mary Wolf, .62 FTE, 9 months, from Food
          Service Worker I1 to Child Development Food
          Service Technician, effective July 1, 1996.
    4.    Classified   -   Extension of Assianments
          Motion to ratify the extension of assignments
          for the following individuals as indicated:
          -    Juanita   Cardona,    Child    Development
          Technician, .60 FTE, June 17         -
                                           July 25, 1996.
          - Paul Cracchiolo, Accompanist, .49 FTE, May
          30 - June 30, 1996.
          -  Amie Earp, Library Technician I/Technical
          Services, .62 FTE, June 17      -
                                        August 8, 1996.
          - Craig Green, Security Officer, .50 FTE, June
          - -
          17    July 15, 1996.
                Michael Hadley, Instructional Support
          Assistant/Fine Arts, .50 FTE, June 13       -
                                                     July
          25, 1996.
          -   LaVonne Lindberg, Child Development Center
          Assistant, .70 FTE, June 24
          -       Trina   McMahon,
                                           -
                                         July 18, 1996.
                                     Child    Development
          Specialist, .65 FTE, June 17         -
                                           June 25, 1996.
          - Dave Palmer, Security Officer, .50 FTE,
          June 17 -  July 25, 1996.
          -   Sandra Shaw, Child Development Specialist,
          .70 FTE, June 17
          -                   -
                              July 25, 1996.
                 Sherry Valentine, Child Development
          Specialist, .60 FTE, June 17         -
                                           July 25, 1996
          -   Mary Wolf, Child Development Food Service
          Technician, .60 FTE, June 17         -
                                           June 25, 1996.
          -    Sheila Zerschling, Instructional Support
          Assistant, Child Development Center, .55 FTE,
          June 17 -  July 25, 1996.
    5.    CSEA Contract
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    --
    - .
    4
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler, that the contractual language changes
          of Article IX: Vacation, Section 9.2 of the
          CSEA   Agreement     be   approved,    pending
          ratification by CSEA Chapter 407.       Motion
          carried.
    6.    Hourly Personnel     -   Classified/Students/Tutors
          Motion to ratify the employment of the
          Classified      Hourly     Personnel      and
          Students/tutors as listed on the attachments.
    7.     Faculty   - A~pointments
           It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
           Hayden, to ratify the appointment of the
           following individuals on the effective dates
           indicated. Motion carried.
           Michael   chlebik,   Instructor,    Computer
           ~nformationSystems, CMC, 1.00 FTE, effective
           August 19, 1996.
           Milford (Chuck) Decker, Instructor, Computer
           ~nformationSystems, 1.0 FTE, effective August
           19, 1996.
           Elise King, Counselor, 1.00 FTE, effective
           August 12, 1996.
           John LaFontaine, Instructor, Air Conditioning
           & Refrigeration, 1.00 FTE, effective August
           19, 1996.
    8.     Facultv   -   Leave Replacement
           Motion .to ratify the temporary appointment of
           the following individual on the effective date   )
           indicated:
           Laura Graff, Instructor, Mathematics, 1.00       i
           FTE, Range 111, Step 4, $16,351.78 for the
           period August 19 - December 20, 1996. (She
           will be replacing Jim Parvizi who is on unpaid
           leave. )
    9.     Golden Handshake
           It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
-   -- -
    -      Sandler, that the Board of Trustees re-
           activate the period of notification for the
           spring 1996 semester to allow eligible
           academic employees to participate in the
           Golden Handshake early retirement option.
           Motion carried.
    10. Faculty      - Golden Handshake Retirement
           It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
           Hayden, to ratify the Golden Handshake
           retirement of the following individual on the
           effective date indicated. Motion carried.        I
          Don Thompson, Professor, Health, Physical
          Education & Recreation, 1.00 FTE, effective
          June 5, 1996.
    11.   Division Chairperson and/or Athletic Director-
          Amointments
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
          Hayden, to ratify the appointment of the
          following individuals as division chairpersons
          and/or athletic directors for the 1996-97
          academic year and the stipends and release
          time as listed.
          Frank Attoun           Communication
          Tom Gillman            Business/Hospitality
          Celia Hartley          Health Sciences
          Bob Jordan             Social Science/Humansvcs.
          Carole Kendall         Science & Technology-CMC
          John Marman            Health, Physical Educ.,
                                 Recreation/Athletic Dir.
          Mike Murillo           Humanities & Fine Arts-CMC
          John Norman            Fine Arts
          Rey Ortiz              Developmental Education
          Doug Walker            Applied Sciences
                        ---------
                                 Stipend
          Frank Attoun           5,400
          Tom Gillman
          Celia Hartley
          Bob Jordan
          Carole Kendall
          John Marman
          Mike Murillo
          John Norman
          Rey Ortiz
          Doug Walker
    -_
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    --
    -     Motion carried. Dr. Sandler requested that
          the record show that he voted aaainst this
          item.
    12.   Facultv   -   Extended Dav Listina. 1996-97
          It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
          House, that the extended day listing (as
          attached) be approved. Motion carried. Dr.
          Sandler requested that the record show that he
          voted aaainst this item.
13.   Hourly Personnel   - Adjunct Facultv
      Motion to approve the hourly employment of the
      individuals named on the attached list(s). No
      one is working in excess of .60 FTE.
14.   Emplovment Aqreements
      It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
      Hayden, to ratify the listing of employment
      agreements as provided with a notation on the
      contract for Mary Ryder to read: "As to be
      amended.   Motion carried.
15.   Extension of Assignment   -   Facultv
      Motion to approve an extension of assignment
      for the following individual:
      Maria Jasso, Upward Bound Counselor, 4
      additional days, to be worked prior to June
      30, 1996.

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
1.    Out-of-State Travel
      It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
      Hayden, to approve Out-of-State Travel for
      Joset Chavez to attend the National Council of
      Educational Opportunity Association's (NCEOA)
      1996 Proposal Writing Workshop and National
      Forum on Retention, July 14 - 16, 1996, in
      Washington, D.C. Motion carried.
2.    Out-of-State Travel
      Moti~nto approve the out-of-district travel
--
--    for Colin Messer to conduct Alternative Fuels
 -    Workshop for the City of Santa Fe on June 17-
      20, 1996 and teach Gas handlerrs Orientation
      on June 24 -  25, 1996 at Santa Fe Community
      College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
3.    Out-of-State Travel
      Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for Kris
      Carlisle to attend, and play at, the Chamber
                            -
      Music Festival at the University of North
      Carolina from June 1   8, 1996.
     4.    Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to approve Out-of-State Travel for
           Terry Nicholson to travel to Nepal and
           Bangkok, India, from July 1 through August 15,
           1996 to develop an International TV channel
           and feature film
     5.    Out-of-State Travel
           Motion to approve the out-of-district travel
           for Larry Dashiell to attend the 23rd Annual
           Conference of the North American Council of
           Automotive Teachers in Pueblo, Colorado on
           July 22 - 26, 1996.
     6.    Out-of-State Travel (Ratification)
           Motion to ratify the out-of-state travel of
           Charles H. Hayden, Jr. who attended a workshop
           in Mesa, Arizona on May 28, 1996.
     7.    RESOLUTION Establishina an Aareement with the
           California Enerav Commission
           Item pulled.
C.   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
     1.    Approval of Warrant Lists
           Motion to      ratify   the       warrant   lists   as
           presented.
     2.    Payroll #11
           Motion that Payroll 1      in the amount of
-    --
      --   $1,455,876.45 be approved as follows:
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                Certificated             $      900,611.33
                Classified                      555.265.12
                          TOTAL          $    1,455,876.45
     3.    Claims Aaainst the District
           Motion that the Board of Trustees reject the
           claim for failure to renew first year academic
           contract by Daniel Hackel.
    4.   Volunteers
         Motion to approve the employment of volunteer
         workers as listed in attachment.
    5.   GiftsfDonations to the District
         Motion to accept attached list of donations.
    6.   Payroll Voluntarv Deduction       for    Alumni
         Association Donation Purposes
         It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
         Hayden, to approve the Payroll Voluntary
         Deduction for Alumni Association Donation
         Purposes.
         ROLL CALL VOTE:
         Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler
         Noes : None
         Absent: Suitt
         Motion carried and Resolution adopted.
    7.   Retro-active Salarv Adjustments 1996-97
         It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
         Hayden, that the Board of Trustees reserve the    i
         right to adopt salary reductions or increases
         effective July 1, 1996, at any time during the
         1996-97 fiscal year when it is determined that
         there are sufficient funds from which payment
         may be made. Motion carried.
    8.   Approval of Contracts
        Motion to approve and ratify the contracts as
-    -
    - - presented.
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    9.   RESOLUTION for Expenditure of Excess Funds
         It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
         Sandler, that the Board approve the RESOLUTION
         for the expenditure of excess funds.
         ROLL CALL VOTE:
         Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler
         Noes : None
         Absent: Suitt
         Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
    10. Budaet Transfers
          Motion to approve the budget transfers.
    11. RESOLUTION    -   Year-End Balancincl Transfers
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler,    to    authorize     the   County
          Superintendent of Schools to make budget
          transfers at the close of the school year in
          accordance with Education Code 85201.
          ROLL CALL VOTE:
          Ayes: Havden, House, McDonald, Sandler
          ~oes: ~ o A e .
          Absent: Suitt
          Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
    12. RESOLUTION to Transfer Funds
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
          Sandler, that the Board adopt the RESOLUTION
          authorizing a transfer up to $200,000, from
          the District's Self-Insurance Fund to the
          District's General Fund.
          ROLL CALL VOTE:
          Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler
          Noes : None
          Absent: Suitt
          Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
    13.   1
          Auxiliary
          It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
-   --- - sandler, to adopt a RESOLUTION authorizing
    ---   borrowing of (not to exceed) $20,000 from the
          District's Auxiliary Organization for Deposit
          to the District's Child Development Fund and
          (not to exceed) $3,000 for the Districtls
          Associated Students1 Fund.
          ROLL CALL VOTE:
          Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler
          Noes: None
          Absent: Suitt
          Motion carried and RESOLUTION adopted.
Bid #B-96-4 Roofing MusicIShoD Buildins   &   Art
BuildinqIChanqe Order #1
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
Sandler, that the Board of Trustees approve
Change Order #1 to Bid #B-96-4 Roofing of
Music/Shop Building and Art Building in the
amount of $4,051.    This brings the total
contract with A1 Miller & Sonsr Roofing to
$122,415. Motion carried.
Bid #B-95-7 Fire Alarm Re~lacement Change
Order #3
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
Sandler, that the Board approve Change Order
# 3 to Bid #B-95-7, Fire Alarm Replacement, in
the amount of $9,728, to the contract with
Brudvik, Inc., bringing the total contract to
$979,660. Motion carried.
Bid #B-96-7   Asbestos   RemovallDinins Hall
Ceilinq
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Mr.
Hayden,    that    the   Board    give    the
Presidentlsuperintendent or his appointed
designee authority to enter into a contract
for the removal of asbestos under Bid #B-96-7
Asbestos Removal Dining Hall ceiling on July
1, 1996 to Total Environmental of Fontana in
the amount of $13,984. Motion carried.
Approval of Bids for Dinina Renovation
It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
Sandler, that the Board authorize the
~uperintendent/President or his designee to
approve the bids for construction (electrical,
paining, and lighting) for Dining Hall
renovation to be effective July 1, 1996 and
thereafter. Motion carried.
           1 .
            8    1996-97 Tentative Budqet
                 It was moved by Mr. Hayden, seconded by Mr.
                 House, to adopt the Tentative Budget as
                 presented and to designate the Desert Sun to
                 carry the announcement of the time and
                 location of the Public Hearing to be set for
                 9:OO a.m., September 6, 1996 in the Board
                 Room, College of the Desert Campus. Motion
                 carried.
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                 A ~ ~ r o v aof Neqative Declarations
                 It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
                 Sandler, to approve the Negative Declarations
                 for the Fire Life Safety Code Compliance Phase
                 I.
                 ROLL CALL VOTE:
                 Ayes: Hayden, House, McDonald, Sandler
                 Absent:   Suitt
                 Motion carried     and   Negative   Declarations
                 approved.
           20.   Amendment Number 3 to Lease with California
                 State Universitv. San Bernardino
                 It was moved by Mr. House, seconded by Dr.
                 Sandler, to authorize the Chief Business
                 Officer to enter into an Amendment Number 3 to
                 extend the current CsUSB lease through
                 December 31, 1996, under the same terms and
                 conditions of the original lease and
                 amendments. Motion carried.
           21.   Placeholder for Resolutions for Establishinq
      -    --
           -
           -     an Aareement with the California Eneray
           <
                 Commission
                 Item pulled.
IX.   AGENDA ITEMS   - CLOSED SESSION
      A.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR    -
                                                         CTA;
           CODAA; CSEA, PURSUANT TO SECTION 54957.6.
      B.   EXISTING    LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED     LITIGATION,
           PURSUANT TO SECTION 54956.9.
      C.   PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION
           54957.
 X.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION     --   ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT
      CLOSED SESSION ---- INONE).                                   ,   ,




XI.   ADJOURN TO REGULAR BOARD MEETING ON THURSDAY. JULY 18,
      1996, AT 9: 00 A.M. IN THE LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM, COPPER
      MOUNTAIN CAMPUS.

                     Approved :
                                     ~harles'Hay*,     Clerk
CLASSIFIED HOURLY PERSONNEL    -   Employment Listing



A.   Short-term:
       1.   DOTSON, John
            Registration Clerk, CMC
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                   -
            May 1 July 10, 1996
       2.   MURCH, Kirsten
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 40 hours per week
            May 23     -
                     June 18, 1996
       3.   NEGRON, Maggie
            Clerk Typist III/Science & Math (Substitute)
            6-A, $8.85 per hour, not to exceed 6 hours per day
            May 28 - June 13, 1996
       4.   NELSON, Jessica
            Registration Clerk
            $6.00 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
            May 1  -29, 1996
       5.   RAWLINS, Karen
            Instructional Support Assistant/Dev. Ed., CMC
            6-A, $8.85 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
                           -
            April 13 May 31, 1996
       6.   SMITH, Alvin
            Library Clerk (Substitute)
            4-A, $7.71 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week
                           -
            April 30 May 29, 1996
       7.   SOLORZANO, Cande
            CXerk Wpist II/Developmental ducat ion
            5-A, $z.43 per hour
            May 17, 1996 until position is filled.


       1.   BREWER, Sarah
            Student Worker/Student Services, CMC
            $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 4.25 hours
            April 26, 1996
       2.   FOREST, Kim
            Student Worker, CMC
            $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
            May 30     -
                     June 12, 1996
3.   LAU, Pik Yin
     Tutor/DSP&S
     $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
     January 23         -
                  May 29, 1996
4.   PERU, Carmen
     Student Worker, Nurse's Office
     $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
                    -
     March 11 June 30, 1996
5.   PRICE, Juanita
     Student Worker/DSP&S
     $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 15 hours per week
            -
     May 11 June 30, 1996
6. RAHIMIC, Emila
   Student Worker/Library
   $5.06 per hour, not to exceed 20 hours per week
   June 17      -
             July 25, 1996
7.   TARTAGLINI, Michael
     Tutor/Academic Skills Center
     $6.04 per hour, not to exceed 9 hours per week
     April 29 - May 29, 1996
                                EXTENDED DAY LISTING
                                      1996-97

/PALM DESERT CAMPUS:          EXTENDED DAYS:           TOTAL DAYS:   COST
                             95/96     96/97
Student Services:
Judy Brae
Luis Corona
Jayne Cuarenta
Marcelino Diaz
Ken LaMont
Alice McReynolds
Matt Monica
Anthony Pina
Diane Ramirez
Tina Wein
Educational Services:
Jan Barnett
Jose Chavez
Jacke Green
Maria Jasso
Susan Poynter

I
?bar Whitaker
!Dee Gerken
Division Chair~ersons:
Frank Attoun                   15
Tom Gillman                    15
Celia Hartley                  25
Bob Jordan                     15
John Marman                    20
(+Athletic Director)
John Norman                    15
Rey Ortiz       -    -
                     -         30
                         i
Doug Walker                    15
TBA ***                        15

President's Office:
Josie Gallegos                 15        15                190       4,645

       *   Includes days assigned to Thompson during 95/96.
      **   To be adjusted, as needed, in conjunction with Sabbatical Leave
           considerations.
     ***   Selection of person is in process. May be available by Board Meeting
           date.
    ****   Estimate only.
COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS:
Division Chair~erson:
Carole Kendall
Mike Murillo

Educational Services:
Andrea Armstrong
Carolyn Hopkins
                                                   Total       $154,565



External Fundina Sources:
Judy Brae                  DSPS
Matt Monica                Matriculation
Diane Ramirez              DSPSITitle I11
Tina Wein                  CARE
Jan Barnett                Child Development Center
Jacke Green                Workplace Learning Resource Center Grant
Josie Gallegos             Affirmative Action funds/New Horizons
Rey Ortiz                  Basic Education Grant
Jose Chavez                Upward Bound
Maria Jasso                Upward Bound
Tony Pina                  Title I11

*                     --
    Days assign to-divi-&on chairperson (Watson)
     COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
     Educational Support Services                    M E M O R A N D U M
I1   Date:      June 3, 1996
     To:        Jacqulyn Weiss
                Director of Personnel
                                          I   C)
     From:      Suzann Pell, Director     &
                Educational support Services
     Subject:   Part-time ~nstructors/Substitutes,
                Palm Desert Campus.
                These instructors are appointed for one semester or
                less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
                time load.

                                                                         NON
         NAME                DEPARTMENT            LOCATION   CREDIT   CREDIT

     *   KKACHATOURIAN, A.     Physics                COD       X
           (Sub)
     *   SANDLER, Barry        Physics                COD       X
           (Sub)




I
     *   First Assignment at C 0 D
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
Educational Support Services               M E M O R A N D U M
Date :     June 3, 1996
To:        Jacqulyn Weiss
           Director of Personnel
                                   I?
                                   1
From:      Suzann Pell, Director
           Educational Support Services
Subject:   Adjunct Faculty & Full Time Overload.      ;iju"HaEm8g@
           Palm Desert Campus.                        ~~xras6ss~: :zss5
                                                               3433sz3




                                                                   NON
  NAME                DEPARTMENT        LOCATION   CREDIT        CREDIT
  BRAE, Judith        Counseling          COD
  STEINKE, Ron        Counseling          COD
                                      College... of the Desert
                                            ,_'      ,. .
                                                        , .., . .
                                                  , ,, . ... . , ;(< ' ...
                                                  . 6     ..
                                                             ,     ..'
                                                       . ,, .,. ,*
                                                       :; .            '...
                                                                     '        '

                                                         .r I;.,         .        i                         619/366-3791
                           COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS                                                           6191367.3591
                                                                                                            6191365-0613
                       6162 Rotary Way, Post Office Box 1398, Joshua Tree, CA 92252                     Fax 6191366.3973




                                                   MEMORANDUM

TO :         Personnel
FROM:        J. Pulliam
SUBJ:        Board Agenda Item
             Summer 1996 Adjunct Faculty
DATE :       May 22, 1996

                                                                                           Credit/Non Credit
-
Name     .                 Course Title                                  Location          Communitv Service

BYRD, James               Auto Principles I                              CMC               Credit
                          Auto Air Cond I1                               CMC               Credit
CHERAZ, Lois               Freshman Comp I                               CMC               Credit
GRACE, Elsie               Paint/Water Color                             CMC               Credit
                           Painting Workshop                             CMC               Credit
                           Paint/Desert Landscp                          CMC               Credit
MENLEY, Charles            Firearms                                      CMC               Credit
MOATS, Kenneth            .Adult Basia Educ
                           --                                            CMC               Non-Credit
                   -
                            -
                           --
STANIFER, Thomas          Basic Wrtg Skills                              CMC               Credit




                   A Cnmptts of t h e D e s e r t C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e D i s t r i c t
                                   College of the Desert
                                                             .
                          COPPER MOUNTAIN CAMPUS
                       6162 Rotary Way, Post Ollice Box 1398, Josllua Tree, CA 92252

                                             MEMORANDUM




SUBJ :   Board Agenda Item
         Fall 1996 Adjunct Faculty
DATEr    May 22, 1996

Name                             Course Title                     Location         Credit/Non-Credit
ADAMS, Dennis                    Adult Basic Ed                   CMC              Non-Credit
AFFLICK, Rosemarie               Accounting I                     CMC              Credit
                                 Tax Acctg I-Ind.                 CMC              Credit
                                 Computer Acctg                   CMC              Credit
AINSWORTH, Chester                Intro to Ethics                 MCB              Credit
ALLEN, Cathy                     Life Drawing                     CMC              Credit
                                 Intro to Art                     MCB              Credit
                                 Painting/Oil                     CMC              Credit
                                 Painting Workshop                CMC              Credit
BLAU, William                     Intro to Ethics                 CMC              Credit
BOND, Eric       - .
                         G
                          -
                          -.-     adm mint on, Beg
                                 Wgt Tr/Beg
                                                                  29HS
                                                                  29HS
                                                                                   Credit
                                                                                   Credit
BOTTORFF, Tera                   Elem Biology Lab                 CMC              Credit
BRADLEY, David                    Intro to Internet               CMC              Credit
                                  Intro to Internet               CMC              Credit
BRENNER, Samuel                  Statistical Meth                 CMC              Credit
                                 Intermed Algebra                 CMC              Credit
BROOKS, Rosetta                   Intro to Art                    CMC              Credit
BROWER, David                    Persp Death/Dying                CMC              Credit
                                 Persp Death/Dying                MCB              Credit
                                 ~oc/CritThinking                 CMC              Credit



                                                            t o
                  A Cantpus of t h e Desert C o m m u t ~ i C~ l l e g e D i s t r i c t
Board Agenda Item
May 22, 1996
Page Two




Name                      Course Title          Location
BYRD, James               Auto Electric I1      CMC        Credit
                          Eng Perf IV NATEF     CMC        Credit
CADE, Ross                Intro Network Adm     CMC        Credit
CASE, Glenda              Gen Psychology        MCB        Credit
                          Human Sexuality       CMC        Credit
CHERAZ. Lois              Intro Expos Wrtg      MCB        Credit
                          Intro Human Comm      MCB        Credit
CHRISTENSEN, Lee Ann      Elem Algebra          MCB        Credit
COLE, John                College Algebra       MCB        Credit
CORNETT, William          Auto Trans I          CMC        Credit
                          Auto Trans I1         CMC        Credit
                          Automotive Lab        CMC        Credit
COWDERY, Richard          Fund of Chemistry     TPHS       Credit
COXSON, Betty             Intro Expos Wrtg      CMC        Credit
                          Intro Expos Wrtg      CMC        Credit
CROUTER, V. Marge         Accounting I1         CMC        Credit
                          Real Est/Cnst Acct    CMC        Credit

                     --                         CMC        Credit
DIXON, Cheri
DIXON, Glenn
                .-
                     --
                     -
                     -    Beg Crpptr Keyboard
                          Cncpts Enfrcmt Srv MCB           Credit
FINNICUM, Brenda                                CMC        Credit
GIANNINI, Carol           EMT Refresher         CMC        Credit
GILLICK, Audrey           Paint/Water Color     HVWC       Credit
                          Painting Workshop     HWC        Credit
GRACE, Elsie              Paint/Water           CMC        Credit
                          Paint Workshop        CMC        Credit
Board Agenda Item
May 22, 1996
Page Three



Name                          Course Title        Location   Credit/Non-Credit
GRIMM, Fred                   Intro Sociology     CMC        Credit
HANSEN, Cynthia               Elem of Biology     MCB        Credit
HARDIN, Diane                 Gen Microbiology    CMC        Credit
HARMAN, Robert                Cnsv Ntrl Resrs     TPHS       Credit
                              Cnsv Ntrl Res Lab   CMC        Credit
HART, Jim                     Intro Sociology     MCB        Credit
HARTLEY, Gordon               Counseling          CMC        Non-Credit
HERMANN, Fredric              Comm Relations      m s        Credit
HETTIG, Robert                Gen Psychology      YVHS       Credit
                              ~ers/SocialAdj      CMC        Credit
KIRK, Stuart                  Basic Reading       CMC        Credit
                              Analytic Reading    CMC        Credit
LARSEN, Bruce                 Accounting I        MCB        Credit
                              Accounting I1       CMC        Credit
                              Intro to Acctg      MCB        Credit
LAWLESS, Doris                Intro Early Child   TPHS       Credit
                              Child Growth Dev    TPHS       Credit
LAWLESS, James . -   .   -
                         --
                         .
                         .    ~rin/bJicroeconom
                              ~rin/Microeconom
                                                  MCB
                                                  CMC
                                                             Credit
                                                             Credit
LOWELL, Ralph                 Cmptr Apps/Win      CMC        Credit
                              Intro/Cmptr Sci     CMC        Credit
MANCINI , Thomas              Intro to Music      CMC        Credit
McKENNA, Karen                Elem Spanish        CMC        Credit
MECHAM, Arvel                 Medical Term        TPHS       Credit
MENLEY, Charles               PC Off Rsrv/Lvl I1 CMC         Credit
MEYER, Elizabeth              Elem Spanish        MCB        Credit
    Board Agenda Item
    May 22, 1996
    Page Four



                                 Course Title         Location   Credit/Non-Credit

    MITZ, Art                    U. S. History        CMC        Credit
                                 U. S. History        CMC        Credit
                                 Intro to Govtt       CMC        Credit
    MOATS, Kenneth               Adult Basic Educ     CMC        Non-Credit
                                 ESL Conv I           CMC        Non-Credit
    MORAN, Sandra                Chldrns Lang/Lit     CMC        Credit
    MULLER, Mark                  I1
                                 ' C lLang Prog       CMC        Credit
    MUNSEY, Robert               Fire Science OPS     CMC        Credit
                                 Fire Command 1A      CMC        Credit
                                 Fire Command 1B      CMC        Credit
    NEWLAND, Donna               Emerg Med Tech I     CMC        Credit
    OHLFS, Debra                 General Nutrition    CMC        Credit
                                 General Nutrition    MCB        Credit
    PAGE, Bruce                  Intro Human Comm     CMC        Credit
    PALMER, Charles              Marrg&Fam Soc.Aprh CMC          Credit
                                 Ado1 Psychology    CMC          Credit
                                 Persp Death/Dying  CMC          Credit
    PECORELLA, John              Intro/Admin Jus      CMC        Credit
    PENAFLOR, ~eborah
                         --
                        --
                         -   .        r
                                 Cmptr Apps/Win       MCB        Credit
    PITTS, Linda                 Intro Health Sci     CMC        Credit
    PLUMER, Sam                  Counseling           CMC        Non-Credit
    RAUCH , James                Wgt Training, Beg    YVHS       Credit
    REIMAN, Steven               Sculpture            CMC        Credit
                                 Papermaking          CMC        Credit
                                 Painting/Water Col   CMC        Credit
                                 Painting Workshop    CMC        Credit
I   RIGGS-CWNO, Mary             Span Conservation
                                 Span Civilization
                                                      CMC
                                                      CMC
                                                                 Credit
                                                                 Credit
Board Agenda Item
May 22, 1996
Page Five



                         Course Title         Location   Credit/Non-Credit
SABEL, James             Elem Algebra         MCB        Credit
SEHESTEDT, Nellie        Beg Cmptr Keybrd     CMC        Credit
SLOTTA, Beverly          Beg/Int Wordperf     CMC        Credit
                         Adv Wordperf/Win     CMC        Credit
SLOTTA, John             Office Sys & Pro     CMC        Credit
                         Fund Bus Comm        CMC        Credit
SMETON, Robert           Medical Term         CMC        Credit
SPEER, Mark              Anti-Skid Brake      CMC        Credit
                         Suspension & Alig    CMC        Credit
                         Auto Steering        CMC        Credit
STANIFER, Thomas         Basic Wrtg Skills    MCB        Credit
                         Basic Wrtg Skills    CMC        Credit
STILLMAN, Eugene         Constit Law/Police   CMC        Credit
SUNDERLAND, Jack         College Arithmetic MCB          Credit
TEEL, Charles            Juvenile Law/Proc    CMC        Credit
VUNCANNON, Delcie        History of Art       CMC        Credit
                         Intro Archeology     CMC        Credit
                         History Mod Art      CMC        Credit
                    -
                    --
                    -         ?
WILL, J. ~dward-    4    Acting1              CMC        Credit
WITTWER, Dennis          Fund of Chemistry    YVHS       Credit
ZIMARIK, Susan           Child Cogn Dev       MCB        Credit
                         Child Communica      MCB        Credit



*   First ~ssignmentat CMC
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS: June, 1996


Miscellaneous:
Jeff Brewer
Michael Daly
Rita Dean-Land
Steve Dostal
Susan Evans
Josie Gallegos
Gregg Gilbert
Tom Gillman
Margaret Henderson
Lance OfDonnell
Richard Penaflor
Anthony Pina
Victoria Rabb
Mary Ryder
Wanda Scott
Doug Walker
              ATTACHMENT #1




  Justin Silver                 Baseball
Rich Prater                   Baseball
Bonnie S. McMillian           CDC
Angela M. Jennings            CDC
Greg Borthwick                VARSITY GOLF
Patric Giles                  WEIGHT TRAINING
                     1

                               ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
                                 GRANT REQUESTS
                                   APPROVED
                                     1995-96
I
DEPARTMENT                      WHAT IS BEING REOUESTED                              aif@B$@
Social Science/
Human Service                   A set of four supplemental videos.                   $    305.00

Applied Science Division        Video camera.                                             1200.00

Admin, of Justice/
Applied Science                 Training films/videos.

Science/Mathematics
Division                        Refractometer.

Media Center                    Audio/visual equipment.                                  14888.00

Allied Health                   One Elmo Visual Presenter.                               4400.00

Educational Technology          Nikon LSlOe Coolscan 35 MM Scanner.                       1408.60
I
I tcademic Skills Center        Math software only.                                      1350.00

Developmental Education         Franklin Speaking Language Master (class set),
(Reynaldo F. Ortiz)             Franklin Spell Ace.                                       1152.29
                                CASAS Scoring software for Scantron,                       195.00
                                TABE Scoring software for Scantron.                       1375.00
                                One World & United States roll-down map.                   350.00

Fencing/HPER                    2 Uhlman reels-#13456,2 Prieur floor cords-#3360.          675.00
                     -     -
                           --
                           -



HPER/Athletics             "    ATEC power softball pitching machine, ball finder.        2196.20

Communication
(Dan Hackel)                    Electronic controller for video tape editing machines.     800.00

Art Dept/Fine Arts Division     Chaparral 4-color, 4-station printer, crating
                                for printer, & shipping costs to COD.                     2900.00

Counseling/Stu. Srvcs.          CD ROM tower.                                             4632.17
PAGE 2



CMC Spanish/Humanities      Espana Viva, Act 111-Authoring System, Mosaico
                            Cultural Video (20 videos), video disc (1-20).   1995.00
                                                                                       I
CMC Science/Tech-Auto.      Upgrade current Bar 90 smog machine.             3500.00

CMC Social Sci/Psychology   Scan Book software package.                       600.00

CMC                         Security golf cart.                              2500.00
        COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
        Educational Support Services                    M E M O R A N D U M
    Date :          July 3, 1996                          CORRECTION of 6/3
    To :            Jacqulyn Weiss
                    Director of Personnel       /I



    From :          Suzann Pell, Director
                    Educational Support Services
        Subject:    Part-time Instructors/Substitutes,
                    Palm Desert Campus.
                    These instructors are appointed for one semester or
                    less. Their assignments do not exceed 60% of a full-
                    time load.

                                                                           NON
    .       NAME                   DEPARTMENT        LOCATION   CREDIT   CREDIT
        *   KHACHATOURIAN, A.      Physics             COD        X
              (Sub)
        *   sANDLER, Barney        Physics             COD        .X
              (Sub)




1   *       First Assignment at C 0 D

								
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