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									Mt. San Antonio College


                               Wednesday, September 24, 2003

                                    6:30 p.m. Closed Session
                                    7:00 p.m. Public Session

                1100 N. Grand Avenue, Administration Building, Room 235
                                  Walnut, CA 91789

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


CALL TO ORDER (6:30 p.m.)


      Conference with Labor Negotiator
       Mt. San Antonio College Negotiator, regarding Faculty Association, CSEA 262 and
       CSEA 651, Management and Confidential

PUBLIC SESSION (7:00 p.m. Flag Salute)


      Recognition

          Awarding of a Certificate of Lifetime Services, in memoriam, to Don Rogers in
           recognition of his long and dedicated association with Mt. San Antonio College.

          Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation to Pacific Palms Conference Center and
           Resort and CIMA Restaurant for their support of performing arts at Mt. SAC.
     Approval of minutes of the regular meeting of August 27, 2003. (See backup packet
     pages 1 through 9.)


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

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

1.    Associated Students Report
2.    Senates
      A. Academic Senate
      B. Classified Senate
3.    Employee Groups
      A. Faculty Association
      B. CSEA Units
      C. Other Unrepresented Groups
4.    President – Christopher C. O’Hearn

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


1.    Consideration of approval to purchase food with grant funds as allowed by grant
      guidelines. The Child Development Center will be hosting various events and meetings
      relating to professional staff development training, planning sessions and student parent
      participation activities. (See backup packet page 10.)
2.   Consideration of approval to accept funds for a grant titled, “Foster Parent Training
     Program” ($8,000) from the California Community Colleges consortium grant with Citrus
     and Chaffey Colleges. (See backup packet page 11.)

3.   Consideration of approval to use the services of Pearson Reid London House who will
     provide us with an Organizational Survey System (OSS) to conduct an in-house
     employee survey for the accreditation review process. (See backup packet page 12.)

4.   Consideration of approval to purchase food, and rent facilities with grant funds as
     allowed by grant guidelines. The “Industry/Discipline Collaborative for Family and
     Consumer Sciences,” will be hosting two planned meetings and two conference/
     seminars related to professional development. (See backup packet pages 13 and 14.)


5.   Consideration of approval of Personnel Transactions, Reference No. 3, dated
     September 24, 2003. (See backup packet pages 15 through 29.)

6.   Consideration of approval of refreshments for ongoing sessions hosted by Human
     Resources. (See backup packet page 30.)


7.   Consideration of approval of service agreements. (See backup packet page 31.)

8.   Consideration of approval of stipends. (See backup packet page 32.)

9.   Consideration of approval of affiliation agreement with Gambro Healthcare for the Nursing
     Department. (See backup packet page 33.)

10. Consideration of approval of Child Development Center Parent Handbook. (See backup
    packet page 34.)

11. Consideration of approval of Learning Outcomes Retreat food service expenses. (See
    backup packet page 35.)

12. Consideration of approval of Student Services expenditures for 2003-04. (See backup
    packet page 36.)

13. Consideration of approval of Interior Design Regional Consortium Project contracts. (See
    backup packet page 37.)

14. Consideration of approval of additions and changes in the Regional Health Occupations
    Resource Center Program. (See backup packet pages 38 and 39.)

15. Consideration of approval/ratification of additions and/or changes to Community
    Education and Non-Credit Education Programs. (See backup packet pages 40 and 41.)

16. Consideration of approval/ratification of Contract Education agreements – The Training
    Source. (See backup packet pages 42 and 43.)
17. Consideration of approval of application for the following grants: Nursing Diversity Pipeline
    Project; Clerical Skills in Health and Patient Care Settings Training and Education
    Services; Translation/Interpretation in Los Angeles County – Category 1: Healthcare
    Interpreter Training, and Category 2: Translation Services. (See backup packet page 44.)


18. Consideration of approval of Quarterly Financial Status Report. (See backup packet
    pages 45 through 47.)

19. Consideration of approval of Quarterly Investment Report. (See backup packet page

20. Consideration of approval of Resolution No. 03-04 - Appropriations Limit for 2003-04.
    (See backup packet pages 49 through 51.)

21. Consideration to approve the year 2004 contract for the Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset
    Program (COTOP). (See backup packet pages 52 and 53.)

22. Consideration of approval of an agreement with NTD Architects to provide architectural
    and engineering services for the Natural History Storage Area, at an estimated cost of
    $625,000. (See backup packet page 54.)

23. Consideration of approval of an agreement with Aquatic Design Group, Inc. to provide
    professional services for the renovation of the College’s swimming pool, at an estimated
    cost of $34,500. (See backup packet pages 55 and 56.)

24. Consideration of approval of an agreement with JT Engineering, Inc. to provide
    professional services for the design scope change of the new parking lot at Bonita and
    Temple Avenues, at a fee of $92,299.12. (See backup packet page 57.)

25. Consideration of approval of an amended agreement with Koury Engineering and
    Testing to provide engineering services for the elevator addition to the Social Sciences
    Building, at a fee of $2,700. (See backup packet page 58.)

26. Consideration of approval of the following Bid:

     Bid No. 2591    Printing of Credit Class Schedules for Spring, Summer and Fall 2004.
                     (See backup packet pages 59 and 60.)

27. Consideration of approval of the following Change Orders:

     Bid No. 2523    Campuswide Hardscape and Fountain Construction – Change Order
                     No. 2. (See backup packet pages 61 and 62.)

     Bid No. 2524    Relocation of Building 23 Shell and Core – Change Order No. 2. (See
                     backup packet pages 63 and 64.)
       Bid No. 2545      Installation of Parking Lots – Change Order No. 1. (See backup packet
                         page 65.)

28. Consideration of approval of the following Completion Notices:

       Bid No. 2522      Elevator Addition to Building 26A, Harik Construction, Inc., Contractor.

       Bid No. 2523      Hardscape and Fountain Construction, Mariposa Horticultural Enterprises,
                         Inc., Contractor.

29. Consideration of approval and acceptance of the following donations/gifts to the College:

       Julia Hart – Celestron Firescope 114 telescope, valued by donor at $400, to be used by the
       Earth Science/Astronomy Department.

       Disney Corporate – Various items consisting of desks, tables, chairs, storyboards, wooden
       cabinets for storage, computer tables and lamps, valued by donor at $20,000, to be used by the
       Art Department.

       D. Owen, Inc. – 40’ x 8’ metal container with wood bottom and latch door, valued by donor at
       $2,000, to be used by the Physical Education Department.

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

1.     Consideration of approval of the Adopted Plan and Budget for 2003-04, per Title V
       requirements (distributed as a separate document). (See backup packet pages 66 and

2.     Consideration of approval to renew the agreement with the law firm of Liebert Cassidy
       Whitmore to provide legal and consulting services to the College in regard to
       employment relations and education law, including representation in labor negotiations
       and in administrative and court proceedings, as requested by the College. Term of
       agreement from October 1, 2003 through September 30, 2004. (See backup packet
       pages 68 through 71.)

3.     Consideration of approval to delegate approval of expenditures related to special
       College events and activities to the President/CEO or Vice Presidents. (See backup
       packet page 72.)

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

Future Board Meetings: October 22, 2003
                       November 19, 2003
                       December 17, 2003

Upcoming Events:

September 27, 2003         Mt. SAC Football vs. El Camino College – 1:00 p.m., Hilmer Lodge

October 5, 2003            Rosa Lameroux, A Classical Cabaret – 3:00 p.m., Music Recital Hall

October 10, 11, 17, 18     The Laramie Project – 8:00 p.m., Clarke Theater

October 15, 2003           Monthly Foundation Executive Committee Meeting – 10:00 a.m.-12:00
                           p.m., Staff Center

October 18, 2003           An Elegant Evening of Chamber Music – 8:00 p.m., Music Recital Hall

October 24, 2003           Community Education Center Annual Open House – 9:00-11:30 a.m.,
                           Community Education Center

 It is the intention of Mt. San Antonio College to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act in all
 respects. Any person with a disability may request that this agenda be made available in an appropriate
 alternative format. A request for a disability-related modification or accommodation may be made by a
 person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in the public
 meeting to Diana Casteel, Executive Assistant to the President and Board of Trustees, 1100 North Grand
 Avenue, Walnut, CA 91789, (909) 594-5611, extension 4250, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, at
 least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

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