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                                      REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

                                        September 12, 2007
                                       10:45 –Regular Session

                                 Colorado Community College System
                                     Lowry Campus, Board Room

I.      CALL TO ORDER (5 min)
        A.     Pledge of Allegiance
        B.     Roll Call

        A. Approval of Minutes
               - Regular Meeting of June 13, 2007
               - Special Session of August 13, 2007
        B. Approval of Agenda

III.    REPORTS (25 min)
        A. Board Reports
           • Student Representative, Karyn Murphy
           • Faculty Representative, Michael Milhausen
           • System President, Nancy McCallin
           • AHEC Committee, Tamra Ward
           • Audit Committee, Patty Erjavec
        B. Presidents’ Reports
           • Presidents wishing to address the Board

        A. Members of the public are invited to address the Board at this time regarding any issue
           not on the agenda. Remarks are limited by the Chair to 5 minutes.

        A. Items carried forth from work session.

        A. Budget Allocation Lookback Calculation Approval, Mark Superka
        B. FRCC-Larimer Master Plan Approval, Karen Reinertson and Mike Kupcho
        C. HB 1023 Policy: BP 4-15 Verification of Lawful Presence, Kristin Corash
        D. BP 4-23 College Opportunity Fund Stipend, Kristin Corash
        E. Lowry Update and Delegation, Gwen Anderson
        F. Advisory Council Nominations
           • Arapahoe Community College
                      Michael P. Ragole
           • Pikes Peak Community College
                      Bob Baker
                      Dora Gonzalez
                      Manuel Navarro
                      Joy Powell
           • Trinidad State Junior College
                      Julie Ford
                      Jim Robertson
                      Harry Sayre

        Pursuant to CRS 24-6-402 (3)(b)(I) to discuss personnel issues.

                                                                  950 Broadview Pl.


                          ___Pikes Peak Community College    _
                                    (College Name)

Name of Nominee:           Dora Gonzales

Address:                   950 Broadview Place
                           Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Term:               Commencing __09/2007       and ending        _6/30/2011

Explanation:        __ __ Reappointment for Full Term

                    __X___ Appointment for Full Term

                           Replacing: ____________________________________________

                   (Please attach biographical information or resume)

                            RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Dora Gonzales serves as the Curriculum Alignment Facilitator for K-12 Math for
Colorado Springs largest School District. She holds a Master’s Degree in Mathematics
from the University of Northern Colorado and is a strong advocate for education.

Ms. Gonzales will be a strong advocate for PPCC in our efforts to partner with the
school districts to strengthen math curriculum and ensure that students in K-12 are well
prepared for college level math.

                                               Nominated by:

                                               (Signature of College President ) (Date)

Theodora Gonzales

Experience   2001 – Present         Colorado Springs District 11 Colorado Springs, CO
             Curriculum Alignment Facilitator Math K – 12
             Facilitate Curriculum Design for Math K-12
             Work with curriculum teams to meet requirements for accreditation, i.e.
             curriculum alignment, essential skills development and assessment efforts
             Facilitate assessment teams designing quarterly assessments for math K-12
             Plan, facilitate, and evaluate content specific professional development
             Facilitate technical assistance teams to meet state accreditation requirements
             Coordinate District 11 MESA activities

             1990 – 2001              Coronado High School        Colorado Springs, CO
             Math Teacher/ Math Department Chair
             •   Taught Algebra I, Algebra II, Algebra II Honors, Math Analysis/Trigonometry,
                 Consumer Math, Tech-Applied I, Functions, Statistics, Trigonometry, Interactive
                 Math Year One & Two
             •   As department chair I belonged to academic council, an advisory group to the
                 principal that communicates information to department members for discussion of
                 upcoming school decisions.
             •   Participated in district standards writing committee and presently participating in
                 rubric writing committee.
             •   Interactive Mathematics Leadership team member; as IMP members we have
                 written grants and helped make curricular decisions collaboratively.
             •   Curriculum District Committee representative; as department chair I attend
                 monthly district curriculum meetings to discuss district issues such as
                 implementation of new programs and book review adoptions.
             •   Instrumental with implementing the Interactive Math Program, an innovative math
             •   Mentored numerous perspective teachers from surrounding universities and
             •   2007- present Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics President
             •   1997 Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics Outstanding Secondary
                 Mathematics Teacher for Region VII
             •   Tandy Teacher Scholar for 1997-1998
             •   Teacher of the Month December 1998
             •   Co-chaired the Third Annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference –1998.
             •   Perspective Teacher Interview Committee at the University of Colorado, Colorado
                1998                 University of Colorado         Colorado Springs, CO
                Math Instructor
                •   Taught Math 302, a math course for perspective elementary teachers.

                1985 – 1990          Russell Jr. High               Colorado Springs, CO
                Math Teacher
                •   Taught grades 7 through 9 including Algebra
                •   Organized and sponsored attendees to “Expanding Your Horizons” statewide workshop
                    for young women
                •   Math Field Day Committee Member
                •   District Standards Writing Committee

Education       1994 – 1997 University of Northern Colorado              Greeley, CO
                • MA in Mathematics – emphasis in secondary math          December 1999
                1980 – 1984 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs    Colorado Springs, CO
                •   BA in Secondary Education – emphasis in math           May 1984

Professional    Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of
                Mathematics, Phi Delta Kappa, Colorado Springs Education Association,
Organizations   Colorado Education Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum
                Development, Colorado Association for School Executives

Hobbies         Hiking, gardening, reading, dancing, and sewing.


                          ___Pikes Peak Community College      _
                                    (College Name)

Name of Nominee:           Joy Powell

Address:                   4529 Kashmire Drive
                           Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Term:               Commencing __09/2007         and ending        _6/30/2011

Explanation:        __ __ Reappointment for Full Term

                    __X___ Appointment for Full Term

                            Replacing: ____________________________________________

                   (Please attach biographical information or resume)

                             RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Ms. Joy Powell is an esteemed community member with a wealth of expertise in the
health care field. As the top administrator of a brand new hospital branch in the fast-
growing area of northern Colorado Springs, she will fill a critical need on the PPCC
Advisory Council for nursing and health care-related advice. We anticipate that her
appointment will strengthen the existing relationship between PPCC and Memorial
Health Systems with regard to nursing internships.

Ms. Powell also has expertise in human resources, diversity and customer service, all of
which can benefit PPCC.

                                                Nominated by:

                                                (Signature of College President ) (Date)

                                             Joy Powell
                                        4529 Kashmire Drive
                                  Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920

Registered Nurse for 28 years with 20 years Critical Care experience with emphasis in Cardiology. Over
20 years management experience in various specialties. Proven leadership, management, and people
skills. Self-directed, motivated, and demonstrated ability to learn and adapt easily. Ability to
communicate effectively with all levels of personnel.


Master of Science in Human Resource Management – 1994
Chapman University Orange County, California

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – 1988
Troy State University Montgomery, Alabama

Diploma in Nursing – 1979
Wesley School of Nursing Wichita, Kansas


Vice President and Administrator, Memorial Hospital North                                  03/06 –
Memorial Health System, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Oversee and direct all aspects of the activation of a newly-constructed hospital including strategic and
financial management, staffing of over 300 positions, development of policies and processes, staff and
physician relations. Consistently demonstrate core values of integrity, courage and compassion in
strategic planning and day-to-day decision making. Direct activities of all committees charged with
preparation of a new facility for occupancy and preparation of policies and procedures for operations that
are not only fully compliant with all regulatory requirements, but which will also enable the staff to
provide the highest quality of patient care possible. Lead plans for staff and patient education to obtain
the best outcomes of care. Provide system-wide guidance in strategic planning through Executive
Committee activities.

Director of Human Resources and Cultural Diversity                                          09/03 – 03/06
Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Oversaw, directed and coordinated human resources activities, including employment, compensation,
employee relations, benefits, training and employee services. Responsible for developing, recommending
and implementing human resources policies and practices throughout the organization. Ensured
management understanding of diversity and compliance with governmental regulations covering
employment and human resources activities. Responded to and investigated employee grievances and
issues. Administered compensation program and performance management program to ensure equity and
market competitiveness.

Director of Patient Access – Registration                                                   12/00 – 09/03
Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Planned, directed, lead and managed the operational aspects of patient Access Services for all entities of
the hospital system both on-site and off-site. Coordinated all integral functions in a manner that complied
with standards of the hospital and outside regulatory requirements. Ensured that processes and policies
are developed and implemented that yielded timely reimbursement for services provided. Strategically
planned and managed projects enabling the hospital to become financially successful.

Clinical Manager of Coronary Intensive Care                                                    02/98 –
Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Held 24 hour accountability for patient care area. Responsibilities included managing the operations of
an 11 b3ed unit, coordinating clinical activities, staffing personnel development, budgeting and all aspects
of personnel management. Implemented and interpreted performance improvement monitors and
outcomes. Active in revision of policies, procedures and standards for critical care units.

Clinical Manager of Surgical Services                                                         11/95 – 02/98
Penrose – St. Francis Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Responsible for day-to-day operations of 2 combined surgical floors that included 34-bed General surgery
and 34 bed Ortho/Neuro Unit. Managed work activities of 150 employees. Improved quality of
performance evaluations by implementing Peer Evaluation Teams. Coordinated and managed integration
of multi-skilled workers into the Acute Care setting. Instituted changes in the model for delivery of care
resulting in a decrease in hours and dollars paid per patient day.

Assistant Clinical Manager ICU/CCU                                                            05/94 – 11/95
Penrose – St. Francis Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Responsible for overall day-to-day operations of ICU/CCU. Ensured proper scheduling of workload for
critical care nurses. Served as liaison between physicians, patients and families. Collaborated with other
departments to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness of patient care. Demonstrated expertise in
care of critically ill patients. Served as preceptor to orient staff to care of post-op open-heart patients.

Certified in Critical Care Nursing (CCRN)           Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Colorado State License-Registered Nurse             Florence Nightingale Award for Human Caring – 2001

Past President of Chi Eta Phi Nurses Sorority
Past President of Southern Colorado Chapter of American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Board Member – Pikes Peak Hospice
Board Member – INROADS
Member – One Voice at a Time (African American Hospice Services)
Chair of Florence Nightingale Committee

Available upon request


                          ___Pikes Peak Community College     _
                                    (College Name)

Name of Nominee:           Manuel Navarro

Address:                   375 Printers Parkway
                           Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Term:               Commencing __09/2007        and ending        _6/30/2011

Explanation:        __ __ Reappointment for Full Term

                    __X___ Appointment for Full Term

                           Replacing: ____________________________________________

                   (Please attach biographical information or resume)

                            RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Manuel Navarro is chief of the Colorado Springs Fire Department. He holds a B.A. in
Political Science from California State University.

Chief Navarro is a respected member of the City of Colorado Springs administration
and has extensive teaching experience as a fire service instructor.

Chief Navarro is a great fit for the PPCC Advisory Council, given his proven leadership
abilities and his community connections.

I anticipate working with Chief Navarro to strengthen partnerships between our
emergency services programs and the city’s emergency services departments as well
as to guide the college in new endeavors in this growing field.

                                               Nominated by:

                                               (Signature of College President ) (Date)

       Resume` of

Manuel Navarro

      375 Printers Parkway
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910

    Residence: 719-599-8634
      Office: 719-385-7201
               Summary of Qualifications

EDUCATION      Associates Arts Degree, General Education, major in Fire Science, Chabot
               College, Hayward, CA
               Bachelor Arts Degree, Political Science, major in Public Administration, minor
               in Business, California State University, Hayward, CA

                   Numerous specialized subject matter instructor credentials with the State of
                   California including Heavy Rescue, ICS, Master Instructor, Fire Company
                   Vocational Teaching Licenses, California and Colorado
                   Leadership For The 21st Century, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1997
                   NFPA Fellowship, Program for Senior Executives in State and Local
                   Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1998
                   Leadership and High Performance Teams, Center for Creative Leadership,
                   Colorado Springs, CO 1998
                   University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Graduate School (9 units
                   completed); Master of Public Administration, Colorado Springs, CO

                   5 years with the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Hazards Control, Fire Safety
                   Section, Livermore, California
                   22 years with the Oakland Fire Department, California. Have responded to
                   numerous major emergency events as a command officer including several
                   high rise fires, the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake and the 1991 Oakland Hills
                   Fire. Retired at the rank of Assistant Chief.
                   Founding member of the City of Oakland Urban Search and Rescue Team.
                   Served as USAR Team Leader and FEMA USAR Advance Team Member.
                   Deployed as Advance Team with first FEMA USAR deployment to Kuai,
                   Hawaii, in response to Hurricane Iniki.
                   Appointed in 1994, currently the Fire Chief of the Colorado Springs Fire
                   Department, CO. Command of 20 fire stations, 27 fire companies, 2 trauma
                   units, 413 personnel and an annual budget of 54 million dollars, serving a
                   community of 194 square miles and a population of 385,000.

TEACHING       33 years of experience as a Fire Service Instructor, conference speaker and
EXPERIENCE     seminar facilitator.     Worked for numerous college districts, state
               organizations, individual clients and governmental agencies. Taught and
               developed a number of class programs for local school districts, Junior
               Colleges, State Fire Marshal and client departments.

                   10 years of experience as a Heavy Rescue Instructor with the State of
                   California. Have taught USAR Regional Schools and given presentations
                   in California, Florida, Mississippi, Utah and Canada.

                   Currently teaching part-time Emergency Response to Terrorism: Basic
                   Concepts and Incident Command Systems: Structural Collapse Incidents
                  for the National Fire Academy.
                  Have taught at EMI, Integrated Emergency Management course, instructor
                  and exercise coordinator.

              As a member of the original Firefighter I Project for the State of California,
DEVELOPMENT   researched and wrote original Firefighter I curriculum for the Education
              Section, State Fire Marshal’s Office.

              Developed an original work titled Truck Company Operations Curriculum for
              California State Training Officers’ Conference. This Truck Company
              Operations Curriculum has been employed for a number of client fire
              departments and organizations in several states.

              As a Heavy Rescue Instructor, assisted in the development of Rescue
              Specialists I curriculum, State of California

              Researched and developed original Affirmative Action Study Guides for the
              City of Oakland Fire Department. Developed Affirmative Action curriculum
              including lesson plans and audiovisual material. Personally conducted in-
              service training in Affirmative Action for the Oakland Fire Department.
              Participated in Phase I Project for the NFA to develop a Diversity Training
              Curriculum for the Fire Service.

              As Director of Training with the Oakland Fire Department, developed recruit
              training program, department-wide certification program and operational
              manual for Oakland Fire Department, Oakland, CA. Directed and instructed
              six recruit academies.

              PRE-TEST BOOKLET
              Researched, developed and wrote a pre-test booklet for Biddle and Associates,
              test consultants. Booklet and recommended entry firefighter questions written
              under contract and used by a number of client fire departments.

              FEMA CURRICULUM
              Under contract, reviewed FEMA independent study curriculum that included
              engineering principles, practices, Emergency Operations Center, design,
              operations, management, and exercises.

                              Undergraduate Leadership Curriculum
              Developed and taught Command/Leadership undergraduate course, Colorado
              State University, Fort Collins, CO

SIGNIFICANT       Completed resource deployment model for City Council and neighborhood
                  associations. Modeling developed from GIS and commercial mapping
PROJECTS          software and integrated into existing response data.             Modeling
                  demonstrates current workload and response patterns and times; simulates
                  workload and response patterns given a variety of scenarios including new
stations, new station locations, units out of service and units given
different protocols. The analysis and modeling project was employed to
justify construction of a new fire station.

Completed the development of an alternative shift schedule and benefit
proposal. Alternative scheduling and benefit proposals were analyzed to
determine most efficient schedule within existing labor market, current
City policy, FLSA standards and daily staffing requirements. Resulted in
improved daily staffing and savings in overtime ($600,000) yearly.

Leader of team building process with Department program managers. Focus
on basic employee contracts with respect to communications, role
identification, functional responsibilities, organization processes and
reporting/accountability system.

Completed Reallocation Study, a comprehensive analysis of existing resource
utilization and response data. Based on study data, managed a community
input process to determine if a fire station would be closed with the staff
being re-deployed to a new fire company (savings of over $4,000,000 in five-
year plan of services) or if City Council would approve funding for hiring an
additional truck company. City Council subsequently approved funding for
hiring an additional truck company, thus allowing all fire stations to remain
operational and fully staffed.

Managing a total Workforce Diversity Program. Program managed through a
Workforce Council, assigned committees and staff. The program supports
recruitment, hiring and promotion of a professional, motivated and diverse
workforce. Collaborated with local Urban League to develop recruitment and
mentoring program. Presented program at the IAFC Conference, 2001.

Completed a comprehensive Capital Improvement and Apparatus
Replacement Plan. The Apparatus Replacement Plan included the design,
specification and scheduled purchase of apparatus. Within three years,
obsolete apparatus with average fleet age of 12 years was replaced, bringing
the average age to four years with over 40 emergency response vehicles.

Completed a comprehensive Standards of Coverage analysis recommending
planning for services including a 5-, 10-, and 20-year plan. As a result, City
Council passed a resolution on 8/10/99 establishing, for planning purposes, an
8-minute and 12-minute response time standard with a goal of achieving a 6-
minute response in five years. In 2001, based on the study recommendations,
a Public Safety Tax was passed to build three new fire stations, and add two
additional truck companies.

Managed the construction and the implementation of a $16,000,000
800 MHz regional trunked radio system .

Completed the construction of three 2.6 million state-of-the-art fire stations.
               Completed the construction of a Fire Operations and Training Center at a cost
               of $8.6 million. The completion of this building brought together various
               divisions that have previously been housed in separate facilities located
               throughout the city.

               Past Board Member, American Red Cross, Pikes Peak Chapter, Colorado
BOARDS AND     Springs, Colorado
               Board Member Pikes Peak Regional Communications Network (regional 800
               MHz radio system)
               Past Board Chairman, Emergency Services Agency, El Paso County
               (intergovernmental agency managing a county-wide emergency transport
               Member, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

               Member, ICMA Hispanic Network

               Member, NFPA and the IAFC

               Member, Enhanced 9-1-1 Authority Board
               Community Board Member, Penrose Hospital

               1991, FEMA Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of participation on the
AWARDS AND     management/coordination working group of the National Urban Search and
               Rescue (USAR) Advisory Committee to the National US&R Response
               1998, fellowship awarded by the National Fire Protection Association in
               conjunction with the International Association of Fire Chiefs, Harvard
               University, John F. Kennedy School of Government
               1998, Colorado Springs City Government, City Manager’s Award, leadership
               recognition of efforts to lead the community discussion relative to Fire
               Department staffing, deployment and fire station closure issues.
               2001, Urban League Pikes Peak Region Award in recognition of the creation
               of a diverse minority mentoring/education program in the Colorado Springs
               Fire Department.
               Leadership Award, Colorado Springs Awards and Recognition Committee,
               10 years of service


                          ___Pikes Peak Community College     _
                                    (College Name)

Name of Nominee:           Bob Baker

Address:                   2320 W. Colorado Avenue
                           Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Term:               Commencing __09/2007        and ending        _6/30/2011

Explanation:        __ __ Reappointment for Full Term

                    __X___ Appointment for Full Term

                            Replacing: ____________________________________________

                   (Please attach biographical information or resume)

                            RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Bob Baker is President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs. He was
highly recommended to me as a member of the Advisory Council because of his strong
advocacy for education and his community connections.

Mr. Baker is involved in many community organizations that focus on providing avenues
for families and individuals to become self-sufficient. His influence and standing in the
community and his willingness to help guide PPCC is an opportunity we cannot pass up.

                                                Nominated by:

                                                (Signature of College President ) (Date)


NAME: Robert G. Baker, Jr.

PROFESSION: President/CEO, Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs, Certified Executive
1991 - present
President, Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs Foundation, 1999 - present
Chairman, Goodwill Industrial Services Corporation, 1995 - present
Goodwill Industries International, Inc. Conference of Executives, Chairman, 1997 - 99;
Executive Council Member, 1995 - 99; Secretary, 1996 - 97; Board of Directors, 1996 - 2000;
Ad Hoc Facilities Committee, Co-chair, 1998 - 2004; Goodwill Global Board, Member, 2004-

EDUCATION: B.A. Economics and Finance, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado School of Banking, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Stonier Graduate School of Banking, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Executive Development Program, Goodwill Industries International, Bethesda, MA

PERSONAL: Spouse: Carol; Children: Reid and Marci

    Mountain States Employers Council Board of Directors, Member, 2003 - present
    Pikes Peak Workforce Investment Board of Directors, Member, 2000 - present;
    Secretary, 2004-present
    Myron Stratton Home Board of Trustees, Member, 1993 - present; Board Secretary, 1998
    - present
    Rotary Club of Colorado Springs, Member, 1986 - present; Past Board of Directors
    Member; President, 1994 - 95,
    Paul Harris Fellow
    Joint Initiatives for Youth and Families, Member, 1991 - present; President, 1993 - 94;
    Secretary, 2003-present
    Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs Board of Directors, Member, 1985 - present;
    Board Chair, 1988 - 89
    Pikes Peak United Way Board of Trustees, President, 1986 - 87; General Campaign
    Chairman, 1985 – 86;
    Finance Committee Member, present; Board Member 2001 - 2003
    Soli Deo Gloria Choir, Member; Past Board Member
    El Paso Club, Member, 1984 - present
    The Colorado Thirty Group, Member, 2000 - present
    Pikes Peak Roundtable, Member, 1998 - present
    Parish Finance Council, St. Francis of Assissi Parish, 2004-present

    El Paso County Steering Committee for Human Services Restructuring, Member, 1994
    El Paso County Citizens Budget Task Force, Member, 1992
    Colorado Springs Country Club, President, 1988 - 89; six-year Board of Directors
    Member; five-year Treasurer
    Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Chairman, 1983 - 84
    Rocky Mountain Rehab Center Board of Directors, Past Member
      Colorado College Class of 1964 Reunion Giving, Co-chair; Corporate & Business
      Advisory Committee, Former
      Chamber Nonprofit Partnership Board of Directors, Member, 1994 - 2001
      Divine Redeemer Catholic Church Finance Council, Past Member

    Kenneth K. King Outstanding Management Award, Goodwill Industries International,
    El Pomar Shrine of the Sun Award for Outstanding Non-Profit Leadership, 2000
    P.J. Trevethan Award for Training and Education, Goodwill Industries International,
    Conference of Executives, 1998
    Rotarian of the Year, Rotary Club of Colorado Springs 1997 - 98
                                                             CONSENT AGENDA ITEM VI, A
                                                                           Page 1 of 4

                                       September 12, 2007

TOPIC:                Look-back Analysis for Budget Formula Allocation (FY 2007-08)

PRESENTED BY:         Cliff Richardson, Vice President for Finance and Administration
                      Mark Superka, Budget Director


The Fiscal Year 2006-07 final student FTE count was submitted to CCHE in July. As a result of
the final SFTE figures, the system office has performed its annual look-back analysis to
determine the final allocation of base funding for FY 2007-08.

Attachment I compares the estimated FY 2006-07 SFTE to the Final FY 2006-07 SFTE. System-
wide, the variance from estimated to final was 1.28 percent. The SFTE variance ranged from a
negative 5.65 percent to a positive 0.44 percent.

Attachment II outlines the impact of the updated SFTE data on the FY 2007-08 funding
distribution (given the size factor calculations). This reflects the model approved by the Board in
the May 2007 meeting, with finalized resident FTE figures. Colleges that experienced a decline
in final enrollment compared to estimated enrollment see a decrease in funding—on a relative
basis compared to other colleges—and visa versa. The total dollar amount change for all
colleges was a net zero. However, the budgetary variance ranged from a decrease of $324,474 to
an increase of $138,226.

Attachment III provides a summary of the difference in FY 2007-08 allocations between the May
original allocation and the September Look-back.


Staff recommends that the Board approve the look-back analysis and changes to colleges’
allocation as outlined in Attachment II and Attachment III.

                                         I. FY 2006-07 SFTE (Estimated Compared to Actual)
                                 II. Base Allocation Model with Enrollment Look-back Applied
                                               III. Summary of FY 2007-08 Look-back Results
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                                         Attachment I: CCCS Fiscal Year 2005-06 Final and FY 2006-07 Final Resident Enrollment
                                                                          September 12, 2007

    INSTITUTION:         LCC       CNCC        MCC      OJC        TSJC      NJC      CCA      PCC     RRCC      ACC              CCD      PPCC     FRCC       Total
Final FY 06 SFTE         624.63     698.93     984.13 1,221.33    1,346.75 1,203.91 3,299.70 3,809.38 4,249.33 4,209.17          4,710.37 6,780.50 9,316.20 42,454.33
Final FY 07 SFTE         611.32     623.43     984.15 1,219.25    1,203.81 1,151.00 3,057.80 3,442.02 4,114.86 4,110.22          4,890.14 6,412.90 9,055.50 40,876.40
              Variance   (13.31)    (75.50)      0.02    (2.08)    (142.94)  (52.91) (241.90) (367.36) (134.47)  (98.95)           179.77  (367.60) (260.70) (1,577.93)
             % Change    -2.13%    -10.80%      0.00%   -0.17%     -10.61%   -4.39%   -7.33%   -9.64%   -3.16%   -2.35%             3.82%   -5.42%   -2.80%     -3.72%

                                              Attachment I: CCCS FY 2006-07 Estimated Compared to Final Resident Enrollment
                                                                           September 12, 2007

    INSTITUTION:         LCC       CNCC        MCC      OJC        TSJC      NJC      CCA      PCC     RRCC      ACC              CCD      PPCC     FRCC      Total
Estimated FY 07 SFTE     609.57    642.08      985.00 1,218.00    1,211.24 1,146.00 3,085.00 3,530.56 4,146.00 4,122.80          4,888.00 6,797.20 9,025.33 41,406.78
Final FY 07 SFTE         611.32    623.43      984.15 1,219.25    1,203.81 1,151.00 3,057.80 3,442.02 4,114.86 4,110.22          4,890.14 6,412.90 9,055.50 40,876.40
              Variance     1.75     (18.65)     (0.85)    1.25       (7.43)    5.00   (27.20)  (88.54)  (31.14)  (12.58)             2.14  (384.30)   30.17   (530.38)
             % Change     0.29%     -2.90%     -0.09%    0.10%      -0.61%    0.44%   -0.88%   -2.51%   -0.75%   -0.31%             0.04%   -5.65%    0.33%    -1.28%
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                                                                                            Attachment II: State Support Allocation with Lookback Calculation
                                                                                                                       September 12, 2007
        INSTITUTION:                             LCC                 CNCC                  MCC            OJC          TSJC           NJC           CCA            PCC           RRCC           ACC             CCD           PPCC           FRCC                        Enrollment Change
               FY06 Resident FTE                    624.63              698.93               984.13       1,221.33      1,346.75      1,203.91      3,299.70       3,809.38       4,249.33      4,209.17        4,710.37       6,780.50       9,316.20         42,454
         FY07 Final Resident FTE                    611.32              623.43               984.15       1,219.25      1,203.81      1,151.00      3,057.80       3,442.02       4,114.86      4,110.22        4,890.14       6,412.90       9,055.50       40,876.40               -3.7%
             2 year avg enrollment                  617.98              661.18               984.14       1,220.29      1,275.28      1,177.46      3,178.75       3,625.70       4,182.10      4,159.70        4,800.26       6,596.70       9,185.85         41,665

                                                                                                        Size Factor Model using 2 year average Enrollment
            Base FY 07 FTE Funding                 1,795.45            1,795.45          1,795.45        1,795.45      1,795.45        1,795.45      1,795.45      1,795.45       1,795.45      1,795.45         1,795.45      1,795.45       1,795.45
          Board Approved Size Factor                   2.44                2.40              2.40             2.15          2.15           2.15          1.40          1.40           1.25          1.25             1.25          1.17           1.10
               Adj Base FTE Funding                4,380.91            4,309.09          4,309.09        3,860.23      3,860.23        3,860.23      2,513.64      2,513.64       2,244.32      2,244.32         2,244.32      2,100.68       1,975.00
            Total FY 07 Base Funds                2,707,292           2,849,084         4,240,748       4,710,596     4,922,870      4,545,243      7,990,220     9,113,689      9,385,950     9,335,677       10,773,297    13,857,565     18,142,050     102,574,279

                       Model Totals                                                Slope            Increment
                   Base FTE Funding                   1,795                                  0.0915        1.0500
                      Total Allocated           102,574,279
                     Total Remaining                      0

                                         Base per SFTE    Enrollment
                           2-Year Avg               1,795            41,665

                                         FY08                 FY07                 Change in Allocation
    State Support Via Base Allocation           116,252,326          105,942,015       10,310,311
               System Office Portion             13,678,046           12,464,953        1,213,093
          Amount Allocated Via Model            102,574,280           93,477,062        9,097,218                                                                10,310,311 Total New FY 08 $
                                                                                                                                                         0.12     1,213,093 System Office Portion
                                                                                                                                                                  9,097,218 Total New Allocated

           INSTITUTION:                          LCC                 CNCC              MCC               OJC          TSJC            NJC           CCA            PCC           RRCC           ACC              CCD          PPCC           FRCC        Sys Office           Total
              FY 08 Base (with New $)            $2,707,292          $2,849,084       $4,240,748       $4,710,596    $4,922,870     $4,545,243    $7,990,220     $9,113,689     $9,385,950    $9,335,677      $10,773,297   $13,857,565    $18,142,050   $13,678,046       $116,252,326
         Mandated Cost for FY 06-07                $173,118            $212,495         $262,343        $296,204      $336,211        $316,801      $488,839      $498,553       $546,840      $559,084         $764,305      $869,310      $1,020,848    $1,004,656         $7,349,607
      Unfunded Enrollment FY 06-07                  $93,604            $131,516         $141,361        $181,771      $213,658        $206,164      $499,025      $601,886       $664,632       $671,685        $741,337      $987,029      $1,414,932      $868,752         $7,417,352
  SubTotal of Current Adjusted Dollars           $2,974,014          $3,193,095       $4,644,452       $5,188,571    $5,472,739     $5,068,208    $8,978,084    $10,214,128    $10,597,422   $10,566,446      $12,278,939   $15,713,904    $20,577,830   $15,551,454       $131,019,285
                 FY 08 ICR Allocation               $18,097             $19,431          $28,262          $31,574       $33,303        $30,841       $54,633        $62,155        $64,487       $64,299          $74,720       $95,622       $125,220       $94,634          $797,279
         Total FY 08 Base Scenario 1             $2,992,111          $3,212,526       $4,672,714       $5,220,144    $5,506,041     $5,099,049    $9,032,717    $10,276,283    $10,661,909   $10,630,745      $12,353,659   $15,809,526    $20,703,050   $15,646,088       $131,816,564

              Total FY 07 Distribution           $2,688,476          $3,353,554       $4,078,136       $4,636,128    $5,287,245     $4,932,541    $8,363,514     $9,807,705     $9,839,665    $9,866,794      $11,101,770   $14,283,156    $18,834,506   $14,433,064       $121,506,254
            One time $ from FY 06 UE                                   $608,107                                         $66,991        $62,366

                  Change from FY 07               $303,635            ($141,028)           $594,578       $584,016     $218,796      $166,508       $669,203      $468,578       $822,244       $763,951       $1,251,889    $1,526,370     $1,868,544    $1,213,024        $10,310,310
                    Percent Change                  11.29%               -4.21%              14.58%         12.60%        4.14%         3.38%          8.00%         4.78%          8.36%          7.74%           11.28%        10.69%          9.92%         8.40%              8.49%

  Scen 1 Lowry Rental Revenue Swap                 $22,865              $24,063             $35,816       $39,784       $41,577        $38,388       $67,483       $76,972        $79,271           $78,847      $90,988      $117,037       $153,223      ($866,316)                   0

Updated Lookback Final Allocations               $3,014,976          $3,236,588       $4,708,530       $5,259,929    $5,547,619     $5,137,437    $9,100,201    $10,353,255    $10,741,181   $10,709,592      $12,444,648   $15,926,563    $20,856,273   $14,779,772       $131,816,564

              Original May Allocations           $2,994,967          $3,260,126       $4,685,091       $5,229,407    $5,532,728     $5,100,601    $9,087,035    $10,411,144    $10,720,457   $10,668,163      $12,377,986   $16,251,038    $20,718,048   $14,779,772       $131,816,564
   Diff Between Lookback and Original               $20,009            ($23,538)         $23,440          $30,522       $14,890        $36,836       $13,166       ($57,889)       $20,723       $41,429          $66,661     ($324,474)      $138,226            $0                ($0)
   % Chg Betw Lookback and Original                   0.67%              -0.72%            0.50%            0.58%         0.27%          0.72%         0.14%         -0.56%          0.19%         0.39%            0.54%        -2.00%          0.67%         0.00%              0.00%
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                                              Attachment III: Summary of Results

     INSTITUTION:           LCC         CNCC        MCC          OJC         TSJC          NJC          CCA         PCC          RRCC          ACC          CCD           PPCC
Original May Allocations $2,994,967   $3,260,126 $4,685,091   $5,229,407   $5,532,728   $5,100,601   $9,087,035 $10,411,144    $10,720,457 $10,668,163   $12,377,986   $16,251,038
September 07 Lookback $3,014,976      $3,236,588 $4,708,530   $5,259,929   $5,547,619   $5,137,437   $9,100,201 $10,353,255    $10,741,181 $10,709,592   $12,444,648   $15,926,563
Difference                  $20,009     ($23,538)   $23,440      $30,522      $14,890      $36,836      $13,166    ($57,889)       $20,723     $41,429       $66,661     ($324,474)
                   Trinidad State Junior College

August 28, 2007

Dr. Nancy McCallin
Colorado Community College System
9101 E. Lowry Blvd.
Denver, CO 80230-6011

Dear Nancy:

Enclosed are the resumes and nomination forms to the Trinidad State Junior College Advisory
Council for Mr. James Robertson and Dr. Julie Ford. Mr. Robertson is a new appointment to replace
Paul Cordova and Dr. Ford is a new appointment to fill the term vacated by Dr. Joseph Jimenez. In
addition, I am recommending Harry Sayre for re-appointment. I would like to include these
nominations on the agenda for the September board meeting.

Please contact me if you need additional information. Thank you.


Ruth Ann Woods



                            TRINIDAD STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE

NAME OF NOMINEE:             Jim Robertson

ADDRESS:                     410 Benedicta Ave
                             Trinidad, CO 81082

TERM:                        Commencing 9/1/07 and ending 08/31/11

Explanation:                        Reappointment for Full Term

                                x    Appointment for Full Term

                             Replacing: Paul Cordova

                                RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Mr. Robertson is currently the Chief Executive Officer for Mt. San Rafael Hospital. His experience
and expertise in the medical field will lend valuable insight to our nursing program. We are pleased
that Mr. Johnson agreed to serve as a member of our council. He will be an asset to our council and
to Trinidad State Junior College.

                                             Nominated by:


                                             (Signature of College President)            (Date)


                           TRINIDAD STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE

NAME OF NOMINEE:             Dr. Julie Ford

ADDRESS:                     215 S. Maple
                             Trinidad, CO 81082

TERM:                        Commencing 9/1/07 and ending 09/30/08

Explanation:                        Reappointment for Full Term

                               x    Appointment for Remaining Term

                             Replacing: Dr. Joseph Jimenez

                               RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Dr. Ford is currently the Superintendent for Trinidad School District #1. She brings a strong
educational and professional background to the TSJC Advisory Council. Dr. Ford is a new member
of the Trinidad community. She is a high-energy and enthusiastic individual who shows tremendous
interest in the education of our youth. We are pleased that Dr. Ford agreed to serve as a member of
our council. She will be an asset to our council and to Trinidad State Junior College.

                                              Nominated by:


                                              (Signature of College President)          (Date)


                          TRINIDAD STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE

NAME OF NOMINEE:            Mr. Harry Sayre

ADDRESS:                    1414 San Pedro Ave
                            Trinidad, CO 81082

TERM:                       Commencing 9/1/07 and ending 08/31/11

Explanation:                  X     Reappointment for Full Term

                                    Appointment for Full Term

                              RATIONALE FOR NOMINATION

Mr. Sayre is a respected and valued member of the TSJC Advisory Council. We are pleased that he
has agreed to serve a second term. Mr. Sayre will continue to be an asset to our council and to
Trinidad State Junior College.

                                          Nominated by:


                                          (Signature of College President)           (Date)
                                  COLLEGE ADVISORY COUNCIL
                                    Trinidad State Junior College

                                                                  Initial       Term
                                                                  Appointment   Expires

*Mr. Harry Sayre                                      Anglo       9/1/03        8/31/07
1414 San Pedro Avenue                                             9/1/07        8/31/11
Trinidad, CO 81082
        Former Mayor and City Councilman of City of Trinidad

**Ms. Frances Mae Villani                              Anglo      2/1/05        2/1/09
516 South Walnut
Trinidad, CO 81082
        Retail business Owner

Mr. Jim Robertson                       Anglo                     9/1/07        8/31/11
410 Benedicta
Trinidad, CO 81082
        CEO Mt San Rafael Hospital

Mr. Rudy Gonzales                                      Hispanic   11/1/00       11/1/04
115 Poncha Avenue                                                 11/1/04       10/31/08
Alamosa, Colorado 81101
       Retired Colorado Department of Labor

Dr. Julie Ford           .              Anglo       9/1/07                      9/30/08
215 S. Maple St
Trinidad, CO 81082
         Superintendent, School Dist #1

Ms. Norma Murr                                          Anglo     10/1/04       9/30/08
412 Kansas Avenue
Walsenburg, CO 81082
       Retired retail business owner and former teacher

Mr. Russ Johnson                                       Anglo      11/1/06       8/31/09
109 Poncha Ave
Alamosa, CO 81101
        CEO SLV Regional Medical Center
*1 College Advisory Council Chair
**2 College Advisory Council Vice Chair
                                      WORK SESSION DISCUSSION I, I
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                                       September 12, 2007

TOPIC:                Front Range Community College - Larimer Campus Facilities Master Plan

PRESENTED BY:         Karen Reinertson, President, Front Range Community College


Front Range Community College requests approval of its Facilities Master Plan for the Larimer
Campus dated August 2007. Below is a summary of the Master Plan. The full Master Plan is
available online at

Overall Summary:

Since opening its doors in 1988, Front Range Community College (FRCC)-Larimer Campus has
recorded an increase in full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment of 368% and an increase in usable
space of approximately 68%. Based on historic population (Larimer County population
increased more than 30% in the 1990s) and enrollment trends, no letup in enrollment growth is
predicted for this master planning cycle.

The FRCC-Larimer Campus started with an FTE enrollment of 608 students. By 2005, FTE
enrollment had reached 3,015. The campus also supports over 400 high school students enrolled
in career technical programs. These figures do not include enrollments in non-credit and
continuing education classes on the Larimer Campus. Additionally, 450,000 library patrons are
served annually at the Harmony Library.

The population of the Larimer Campus service area has shown rapid growth in excess of 30%
over the past 10 years. Students enrolled at Colorado State University (CSU), four miles north of
the Larimer Campus, find the substantial number of “for transfer” core courses offered at FRCC-
Larimer attractive. Regis University and Colorado Christian University have satellite campuses
in Fort Collins and classes offered at the FRCC-Larimer Campus readily fit into their academic

The history of the Larimer Campus is therefore characterized by steady FTE growth. Projections
through fall 2010 forecast a 29.76% increase in enrollment: from 3,015 FTE in fall term 2005 to
3,912 FTE in fall term 2010. In concert with this postsecondary FTE growth, secondary
programs of the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) project both increased
program offerings and student enrollment.

Building space projections show that the Larimer Campus will have a space deficit of
approximately 90,000 assignable square feet (ASF) by fall 2010 based on target year student
FTE projections. Deficits of space occur in all academic, academic support, and auxiliary space
categories. The physical response to the space needs findings illustrates the need for additional
facilities to satisfy the space needs requirements at the target year.
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During the previous master planning cycle, three new buildings were constructed on the Larimer
Campus: Harmony Library, Challenger Point, and Longs Peak Student Center. Additionally, two
renovation projects were completed in 2002: Blanca Peak and Mount Antero’s east section.
During the summer of 2006, two temporary parking lots were paved and a new entry on Shields
Street was constructed.

Capital Projects

This Facilities Master Plan recommends several short-term and long-term general fund and
auxiliary projects. The general fund projects include an addition to Challenger Point, a small
addition to Mount Antero and minor renovation of that space for student services and academic
support, and an addition and renovation to Maroon Peak. The College is working with CSU
towards integration of the Veterinary Technology program and the Veterinary Medicine
program, which would most likely be located at CSU thereby moving the physical program
requirements from the FRCC-Larimer Campus. Maroon Peak, the present primary location of
the FRCC Veterinary Technology program, would then be renovated and an addition added for
Physical Plant. If the Veterinary Technology program remains at the FRCC-Larimer Campus,
Maroon Peak should be expanded and renovated to serve the program. The new Arts and Letters
Academic Building is needed to provide the necessary classroom, office, assembly, and
laboratory space for the FRCC-Larimer Campus to fulfill its mission. The addition to Harmony
Library is considered longer term in nature, but was identified during this process as being unmet
needs should growth continue as projected. The auxiliary funded project includes space for
additional student center facilities.

However, the existing, limited land holdings of 47 acres will require the college to make difficult
decisions as it attempts to strike a balance between the need for additional buildings and open
land for parking to accommodate additional students. Because of these significant site
limitations, this Facilities Master Plan also suggests alternate site development in the Loveland

Full implementation of this Master Plan will align facilities to meet the programmatic needs of
the academic plan for the Larimer Campus based on projected enrollments. It will also provide
the necessary space for academic and academic support functions and provide adequate office
support to instructors. The sustained and unprecedented growth in FTE and in student headcount
offers no indication of slowing. It is imperative that additional facilities be provided for delivery
of academic programs.


Staff recommends approval of the Front Range Community College – Larimer Campus Facilities
Master Plan.
                                              WRITTEN REPORT II, B
                                         CONSENT AGENDA ITEM VI, D
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                                        September 12, 2007

TOPIC:                 BP 4-23 College Opportunity Fund Stipend

PRESENTED BY:          Kristin Corash, AVP Strategic Planning and Research


In 2004, the General Assembly passed Senate Bill 04-189, the College Opportunity Fund Act,
creating the College Opportunity Fund stipend for each undergraduate student in Colorado who
applies for the stipend and who is admitted and registers to attend a state or participating private
institution of higher education and is determined to be eligible by the Colorado Student Loan
Program to receive a stipend.

Staff proposes BP 4- 23 College Opportunity Fund Stipend which clearly summarizes the
stipend’s purpose and delineates which students are eligible and not eligible for the stipend
according to C.R.S. 23-18-101, et seq. and Colorado Commission on Higher Education Policy.
The staff at the system office as well as the college presidents and staff have reviewed the policy
and are in agreement.


That the SBCCOE adopt Board Policy 4:23 as provided.

ATTACHMENT 1: BP 4-23 College Opportunity Fund Stipend
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                                       Attachment 1


                             College Opportunity Fund Stipend

BP 4-23

REFERENCES:          C.R.S. 23-18-101, et seq. C.R.S. 23-7-103; 23-7-105; C.R.S. 23-7-


Nancy J. McCallin, System President

Policy Statement

The College Opportunity Fund (COF) is a trust fund, in the form of a tuition stipend, for
the benefit of eligible Colorado undergraduate students. To qualify, a student must be
admitted and registered to attend a state or participating private institution of higher
education in Colorado and have had eligibility verified by the Colorado student loan
program. The stipend award is not automatic for eligible students – the student must
apply for the benefit to receive it. An eligible undergraduate student may use the
stipend for undergraduate courses and graduate-level courses that apply toward the
student's undergraduate degree and are taken at a state or participating private
institution of higher education at a fixed rate per credit hour, set annually by the general
assembly, which in no case shall exceed the student's total in-state tuition. The value of
the per-credit-hour stipend shall be the same for each eligible undergraduate student,
regardless of the state institution of higher education that the student attends. The
student shall be responsible for paying the student's share of total in-state tuition, if any.


The following students are eligible to receive the COF stipend:
• Students “enrolled at a state institution and … classified as an in-state student for
   tuition purposes” (C.R.S. 23-18-102(5)(a))
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•   Students who have applied and been accepted into the COF program (C.R.S. 23-18-
•   Students who have requested that a payment from the COF is made on their behalf
    to the institution(s) they are attending (C.R.S. 23-18-202(5)(a))
•   Students who are classified as undergraduate students and have not exceeded their
    lifetime-credit-hour limitation (145 hours) or have already completed their
    baccalaureate degree and are eligible to receive stipend payments for an additional
    30 undergraduate credit hours (C.R.S. 23-18-202(5)(c)(I))
•   Students enrolled in the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) or Fast Track
    programs. PSEO or Fast Track courses taken with COF stipends will count against
    a student’s 145 credit hour limitation. However, in the event the student exceeds this
    limit, the student may request a one-year waiver of the lifetime credit hour limitation
    from the institution attended when the student reaches the limit.
•   Students enrolled in Basic Skills courses. Basic Skills courses taken with COF
    stipends will not count against the student’s 145 credit hour limitation.
•   Students receiving institutional scholarships granted to a special group of students,
    such as employees or employees’ dependents, are eligible to receive the COF
    stipend if the following criteria are met: the eligible employee or dependent must pay
    the tuition and fees when registering for the course, and there is a published
    application process under which recipients qualify and receive reimbursement.
•   Children and grandchildren of the displaced Auraria residents who are granted free
    tuition and Native-American students attending Fort Lewis College under its
    statutory role and mission are eligible for COF stipends.
•   U.S. Military personnel or their dependents, and Olympic trainees, whose out-of-
    state tuition is waived under C.R.S. 23-7-103 and 23-7-105, respectively, are eligible
    for COF stipends.
•   Students participating in the Colorado Education Exchange Program (CEEP) are
    eligible for COF stipends (Note: No student may participate in CEEP for more than
    one year).
•   Pursuant to statute, C.R.S. 23-7-109, employees and their dependent children who
    have been transferred to Colorado within the last 12 months by their companies, as
    part of a state or local economic development incentive, or have been hired as
    faculty at a Colorado public institution of higher education may be eligible to receive
    in-state tuition and COF.


The following students are not eligible to receive the COF stipend:
•     Students enrolled in DHE-approved reciprocity agreements because institutions
      receive funding for these students through their fee for service contracts.
•     Although they receive in-state or reduced tuition, Canadian military personnel and
      their dependents, and WICHE Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE)
      students are not eligible for COF stipends.
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•     Transcripted credits not directly attributed to college instruction, such as AP, ACE,
      IB, and CLEP are not COF eligible.
•     Students enrolled in off-campus, extended campus, or continuing education
      classes that are not supported by state general fund moneys, except as approved
      by the Department of Higher Education (DHE). This includes all course sections
      where the enrollment is closed to the general public, the curriculum is customized
      for an employer or the course is funded by customized job training dollars that are
      separately appropriated and outlined in C.R.S. 23-60-306 and 307.

This policy applies to all state system community colleges.

The System President shall promulgate such procedures as may be needed to
implement this policy.
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                                        September 12, 2007

TOPIC:                 Written Report on Fiscal Year 2007-08 Perkins Funds Allocation

PRESENTED BY:          Dr. Linda Bowman, VP of Academic and Student Services
                       Jennifer Sobanet, AVP of Compliance and Technical Support
                       Lorrie Toni, Perkins Director


In the April 11, 2007 SBCCOE meeting, the Board approved the Perkins Transition Plan and
along with that Plan the formula allocation for the Perkins funds. This was then submitted to the
US Department of Education - Office of Vocational and Adult Education and approved. CCCS
used this formula for the Fiscal Year 2007-08 budget allocations to the Perkins sub-recipients.
Attached is a list of the total dollars allocated to each sub-recipient for the current year. Below is
an excerpt from the Perkins Transition Plan describing the current-year budget formula

Beginning with the Program Year of 2007-08, Colorado will combine the Tech Prep
appropriation into the Distribution portion of the Basic Grant award. There are three benefits to
this allocation of the state allotment:
    • Better facilitates continuation of secondary to postsecondary linkages by keeping the
         postsecondary data reporting requirements from becoming cost prohibitive.
    • Allows enough funds to provide Reserve dollars to all recipients, laying a framework for
         State directed use of Reserve funds, if needed.
    • Decreases state level Tech Prep administration costs and thus getting more funds to the
         classroom and student level for stronger impact.

All Tech Prep funds will be placed into the Distribution to Local Recipients category; therefore,
none of those dollars will be used directly by CCCS. Please note that the dollars being
distributed also include a significant amount of roll-forward funds from prior years. We do not
anticipate this amount being as large as it is this year and have warned sub-recipients to not
expect this level of grant funding in future years. This is a one-time event. The Colorado
allocation of the state Perkins allotment for Fiscal Year 2007-08 is as follows:

Total Title I Allotment: $15,865,151

State Administration: $793,258 (5 percent of Title I Allotment)

   Colorado will set aside 5 percent of the Basic Grant award for State Administration. This
   amount is matched by the State of Colorado.
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State Leadership: $1,586,515 (10 percent of Title I Allotment)
   Colorado will set aside 10 percent of the Basic Grant award for Leadership activities,
   including $60,000 for services that prepare individuals for nontraditional career fields and
   $60,000 to serve individuals in state correctional institutions.

Total Local Funds Allocation: $14,880,036
   Colorado has chosen to distribute 85 percent of the Title I Allotment PLUS 100 percent of
   Title II (Tech Prep) Allotment to eligible recipients. To be eligible, the recipient must be an
   eligible public local educational agency and either have CCCS approved CTE program(s) or
   have a legal contract with an eligible recipient that does have CCCS approved CTE

Non-Reserved Local Funds: $13,392,033 (90 percent of Total Local Funds Allocation)
   Colorado will distribute 60 percent of the Total Non-Reserved local funds to eligible and
   participating postsecondary institutions and 40 percent of the Total Non-Reserved local funds
   to eligible and participating secondary school districts.
       • Post-Secondary: $8,035,220
       • Secondary: $5,356,813

   The Colorado Community College System will continue with its historical split of 60 percent
   of the Non-Reserved Local funds for postsecondary education and 40 percent for secondary
   education for the following reasons:
       • All postsecondary area vocational schools (AVS)/technical colleges are included in
          the postsecondary percentage split.
       • Average per pupil funding for secondary students ($7,468) is significantly higher than
          the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend at $2,580 per Student Full-time
          Equivalent (SFTE) for postsecondary students.
       • Through the Colorado Vocational Act state appropriations, secondary recipients
          receive approximately $20 million to help offset the cost of secondary CTE programs.
       • During the recession and severe budget cuts of 2002-2004, secondary school districts
          received increases, as required by Colorado Amendment 23, of inflation plus 1
          percent while community colleges suffered a decline in funding of 35 percent per
          SFTE. Even with improvements in the economy and the passage of Colorado
          Referendum C, a five-year time-out of the constitutional TABOR Amendment that
          limits the state’s revenue growth to inflation plus population, the community colleges
          are 18 percent short of their Fiscal Year 2000-01 general fund funding.

       This funding split will be revisited only if the aforementioned factors materially change.

Reserve: $1,488,003 (10 percent of Total Local Funds Allocation) [Per Section 112 (c)]

Attachment I: Fiscal Year 2007-08 Perkins Funds Allocation for secondary and postsecondary
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Attachment I: Fiscal Year 2007-08 secondary and postsecondary Perkins grant sub-recipients

                                                                    07-08 Formula Allocation
          SECONDARY                                                 Per Recipent
0100115   ADAMS 1 - MAPLETON                                                         $34,886
0100215   ADAMS 12 - NORTHGLENN/THORNTON                                           $207,504
0100315   ADAMS 14 - COMMERCE CITY                                                   $95,560
0100415   ADAMS 27J - BRIGHTON                                                       $48,606
0100715   ADAMS 50 - WESTMINSTER                                                    $119,223
0300815   ARAPAHOE 1 - ENGLEWOOD                                                     $36,200
0301015   ARAPAHOE 5 - CHERRY CREEK                                                $225,056
0301315   ARAPAHOE 28J - AURORA                                                    $382,447
0701515   BOULDER RE-1J - ST. VRAIN VALLEY                                          $144,840
0701615   BOULDER RE-2 - BOULDER VALLEY                                             $169,560
1514445   DELTA 50J - DELTA                                                          $44,967
1601815   DENVER 1 - DENVER                                                        $956,399
1801915   DOUGLAS RE-1 - DOUGLAS COUNTY                                            $201,033
2102135   EL PASO 2 - HARRISON                                                     $150,130
2102235   EL PASO 3 - WIDEFIELD                                                      $58,922
2102335   EL PASO 8 - FOUNTAIN (FT.CARSON)                                           $41,025
2102435   EL PASO 11 - COLORADO SPRINGS                                             $337,700
2102735   EL PASO 20 - ACADEMY                                                       $73,845
2103235   EL PASO 49 - FALCON (PEYTON)                                               $37,065
2209835   FREMONT RE-1 - CANON CITY                                                  $38,307
3003515   JEFFERSON R1 - JEFFCO (LAKEWOOD)                                          $494,263
3504025   LARIMER R-1 - POUDRE (FT.COLLNS)                                          $174,608
3504125   LARIMER R-2J - THOMPSON (LOVLND)                                           $94,499
3611135   LAS ANIMAS 1 - TRINIDAD                                                    $26,317
3804325   LOGAN RE-1 - VALLEY (STERLING)                                             $31,606
3916145   MESA 51 - MESA CO.VLY. (GR.JCT.)                                         $157,693
4316645   MONTROSE RE-1J - MONTROSE                                                  $54,890
4404825   MORGAN RE-3 - FORT MORGAN                                                  $34,113
5013035   PROWERS RE-2 - LAMAR                                                       $30,749
5113335   PUEBLO 60 - CITY (PUEBLO)                                                $236,188
5113435   PUEBLO 70 - PUEBLO CO. (PUEBLO)                                            $49,939
6206525   WELD 6 - GREELEY                                                          $177,374
6206725   WELD RE-8 - FORT LUPTON                                                    $30,387
          Total                                                                   $4,995,902

0608135  BENT RE-1 - LAS ANIMAS                                                     $16,661
1309135  CROWLEY RE-1J - CROWLEY COUNTY                                             $16,153
4512335  OTERO R-1 - E.OTERO (LA JUNTA)                                             $29,256
4512435  OTERO R-2 - ROCKY FORD                                                     $21,973
4512535  OTERO 3J - MANZANOLA                                                       $10,770
4512635  OTERO R-4J - FOWLER                                                        $10,770
4512735  OTERO 31 - CHERAW                                                           $9,232
4512835  OTERO 33 - SWINK                                                            $4,297
         Total                                                                     $119,112
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0100515   ADAMS 29J - BENNETT                                   $13,667
0100615   ADAMS 31J - STRASBURG                                 $11,585
0301415   ARAPAHOE 32J - BYERS                                   $6,055
0908325   CHEYENNE R-1 - KIT CARSON                              $8,811
0908425   CHEYENNE RE-5 - CHEYENNE WELLS                        $10,157
2009315   ELBERT C-1 - ELIZABETH                                $18,092
2009415   ELBERT C-2 - KIOWA                                         $0
2009515   ELBERT 100J - BIG SANDY (SIMLA)                        $8,733
2009715   ELBERT 300 - AGATE                                     $4,805
3210525   KIT CARSON C-20 - ARRIBA-FLAGLER                       $9,468
3210725   KIT CARSON R-23 H.PLAINS-SEIBERT                       $9,182
3210825   KIT CARSON R-4 - STRATTON                              $9,491
3210925   KIT CARSON R-5 - BETHUNE                               $9,295
3211025   KIT CARSON RE-6J - BURLINGTON                         $14,289
3711725   LINCOLN C113 - GENOA-HUGO                              $6,078
3711825   LINCOLN RE-4J - LIMON                                  $7,419
3712025   LINCOLN RE-23 - KARVAL                                 $8,732
6105625   WASHINGTON R-2 - ARICKAREE                             $9,028
6105925   WASHINGTON R-104 - WOODLIN                             $8,622
6318125   YUMA RJ-3 IDALIA                                       $8,799
6318225   YUMA J-4 LIBERTY                                       $8,902
          Total                                                $191,213

2810235    HUERFANO RE-2 - LAVETA                                $9,863
3611235    LAS ANIMAS 2 - PRIMERO (WESTON)                      $10,200
3611335    LAS ANIMAS 3 - HOEHNE                                 $9,293
3611435    LAS ANIMAS 6 - AGUILAR                                $6,267
3611535    LAS ANIMAS 82 - BRANSON                               $8,501
           Total                                                $44,123

0300915    ARAPAHOE 2 - SHERIDAN                                $24,659
0301115    ARAPAHOE 6 - LITTLETON                               $92,189
           Total                                               $116,849

1914645   EAGLE RE-50 - EAGLE COUNTY                            $32,853
2314945   GARFIELD RE-2 - RIFLE                                 $30,933
2315045   GARFIELD 16 - PARACHUTE                               $10,295
3315545   LAKE R-1 - LAKE CO. (LEADVILLE)                       $16,063
4703745   PARK RE-2 - PARK CO. (FAIRPLAY)                       $11,671
          Total                                                $101,815
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3804425  LOGAN RE-3 - FRENCHMAN (FLEMING)                        $10,200
3804525  LOGAN RE-4 - BUFFALO (MERINO)                            $9,356
3804625  LOGAN RE-5 - PLATEAU (PEETZ)                             $9,211
4805125  PHILLIPS RE-2J - HAXTUN                                  $9,820
4805225  PHILLIPS RE-1J - HOLYOKE                                $13,095
5805325  SEDGWICK RE-1 - JULESBURG                                $5,470
5805425  SEDGWICK RE3 - PLATTE VLY.(OVID)                         $4,590
6105525  WASHINGTON R-1 - AKRON                                  $10,802
6105725  WASHINGTON R-3 - OTIS                                    $8,933
6105825  WASHINGTON 101 - LONE STAR                               $8,096
6307225  YUMA RJ-1 - WEST YUMA (YUMA)                            $16,804
6307325  YUMA RD-2 - EAST YUMA (WRAY)                            $12,661
         Total                                                  $119,038

2515145  GRAND 1 - WEST GRAND (KREMMLING)                         $7,323
2515245  GRAND 2 - EAST GRAND (GRANBY)                           $15,794
2915445  JACKSON R1 - NORTH PARK (WALDEN)                         $5,438
4116245  MOFFAT RE-1 - MOFFAT CO. (CRAIG)                        $19,926
5217145  RIO BLANCO RE-1 - MEEKER                                $11,907
5217245  RIO BLANCO RE-4 - RANGELY                                $6,020
5417345  ROUTT RE-1 - HAYDEN                                     $10,720
5417445  ROUTT RE-2 - STEAMBOAT SPRINGS                          $17,385
5417545  ROUTT RE-3 - S.ROUTT (OAK CREEK)                        $10,632
         Total                                                  $105,145

2102035    EL PASO RJ1 - CALHAN                                   $6,531
2102535    EL PASO 12 - CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN                        $25,900
2102635    EL PASO 14 - MANITOU SPRINGS                               $0
2102835    EL PASO 22 - ELLICOTT (CALHAN)                        $18,517
2103135    EL PASO 38 - LEWIS-PALMER                             $27,135
2103335    EL PASO 54 JT - EDISON (YODER)                         $3,690
6003835    TELLER RE-1 - CRIPPLE CR.-VICTOR                       $6,899
6003935    TELLER RE-2 - WOODLAND PARK                           $27,303
           Total                                                $115,974

0507635  BACA RE-1 - WALSH                                       $10,053
0507735  BACA RE-3 - PRITCHETT                                    $8,458
3110335  KIOWA RE-1 - EADS                                        $9,380
3110435  KIOWA RE-2 - PLAINVIEW                                       $0
3611635  LAS ANIMAS 88 - KIM                                      $8,268
5012935  PROWERS RE-1 - GRANADA                                   $6,593
         Total                                                   $42,753
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0414145   ARCHULETA 50 JT - PAGOSA SPGS.                         $18,559
3415645   LA PLATA 9-R - DURANGO                                 $31,507
3415745   LA PLATA 10JT-R - BAYFIELD                             $15,675
3415845   LA PLATA 11JT - IGNACIO                                $19,751
          Total                                                  $85,491

4216345   MONTEZUMA RE-1 - MONTEZMA-CORTEZ                       $40,324
4216445   MONTEZUMA RE-4A - DOLORES                               $8,810
4216545   MONTEZUMA RE-6 - MANCOS                                 $7,084
          Total                                                  $56,218

0207447    ALAMOSA RE-11J - ALAMOSA                              $33,342
0207545    ALAMOSA RE-22J - SANGRE DE CR.                        $12,420
1108745    CONEJOS 6J - SANFORD                                  $11,036
1108845    CONEJOS RE-10 - S.CON.(ANTONITO)                      $14,129
1208945    COSTILLA R-1 - CENTENNIAL                             $11,735
1209045    COSTILLA R-30 - SIERRA GRANDE                          $7,448
4012245    MINERAL - CREEDE CONS. 1                               $8,895
5313545    RIO GRANDE C-7 - DEL NORTE                            $12,297
5313645    RIO GRANDE C-8 - MONTE VISTA                          $15,424
5313745    RIO GRANDE RE-33J - SARGENT                           $10,552
5513845    SAGUACHE RE-1 - MTN.VLY. (SGCHE)                       $6,876
5513945    SAGUACHE 2 - MOFFAT                                   $11,438
5514045    SAGUACHE 26JT - CENTER                                $19,036
           Total                                                $174,627

3504225   LARIMER R-3 - PARK (ESTES PARK)                         $8,128
6206325   WELD RE-4 - WINDSOR                                    $22,930
          Total                                                  $31,058

4404725   MORGAN RE-2J - BRUSH                                   $19,089
4404925   MORGAN RE-20J - WELDON VALLEY                           $8,767
4405025   MORGAN RE-50J - WIGGINS                                $13,729
6206125   WELD RE-2 - EATON                                      $15,101
6206425   WELD RE-5J - JOHNSTOWN                                 $17,056
6206625   WELD RE-7 - PLATTE VLY. (KERSEY)                       $15,964
6206825   WELD RE-9 - AULT-HIGHLAND                               $9,161
6206925   WELD RE-10J - BRIGGSDALE                                $8,750
6207025   WELD RE-11J - PRAIRIE (N.RAYMR)                         $8,443
6207125   WELD RE-12 - PAWNEE (GROVER)                           $10,155
          Total                                                 $126,214
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6206025  WELD RE-1 - GILCREST                                        $26,151
6206225  WELD RE-3J - KEENESBURG                                     $21,300
         Total                                                       $47,451

0507835    BACA RE-4 - SPRINGFIELD                                   $10,684
0507935    BACA RE-5 - VILAS                                          $8,307
0608235    BENT RE-2 - MCCLAVE                                        $9,666
0814345    CHAFFEE R-32J - SALIDA                                    $19,772
1001715    CLEAR CREEK RE-1 - IDAHO SPGS.                            $11,685
1108645    CONEJOS RE-1J - N.CON. (LA JARA)                          $19,987
1409235    CUSTER C-1 - CUSTER CO.CONS.                               $8,040
1714545    DOLORES RE-2J - DOLORES COUNTY                            $10,273
2209935    FREMONT RE-2 - FLORENCE                                   $23,921
2615345    GUNNISON RE-1J - GUNNISON                                 $14,704
2810135    HUERFANO RE-1 - WALSENBURG                                $14,613
3916045    MESA 50 - PLATEAU VLY. (COLBRAN)                               $0
4616845    OURAY R-1 - OURAY                                          $9,281
4616945    OURAY R-2 - RIDGEWAY                                       $5,460
4703615    PARK 1 - PLATTE CANYON (BAILEY)                           $11,421
5013135    PROWERS RE-3 - HOLLY                                       $7,805
5013235    PROWERS RE-13 JT - WILEY                                  $10,049
5717745    SAN MIGUEL R-1 - TELLURIDE                                 $6,664
5917945    SUMMIT RE-1 - SUMMIT CO.(FRISCO)                          $21,542
           Total                                                    $223,872

Grand Total 07-08 Secondary Formula Allocations                  $6,696,854
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                                                                 Page 8 of 8

                                                      07-08 Formula
                                                      Allocation Per
          POSTSECONDARY                               Recipent

0120118   FRONT RANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE                       $1,025,935

0301317   PICKENS AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE                        $254,979

0320118   COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF AURORA                          $297,142

0320218   ARAPAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE                           $480,548

1514447   DELTA / MONTROSE AREA TECH COLLEGE                    $143,121

1601819   EMILY GRIFFITH OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL                     $555,724

1620118   COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF DENVER                          $591,436

2120338   PIKES PEAK COMMUNITY COLLEGE                        $1,084,245

2321048   COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE                              $97,732

3020118   RED ROCKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE                          $360,413

3620438   TRINIDAD STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE                        $738,274

3820728   NORTHEASTERN JUNIOR COLLEGE                           $174,917
3921348   COLLEGE                                               $181,601

4216347   SAN JUAN BASIN AREA TECH COLLEGE                      $269,696

4420828   MORGAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE                              $284,220

4520538   OTERO JUNIOR COLLEGE                                  $431,864

5020638   LAMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE                               $237,952

5130837   PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE                            $1,264,627

5221248   COLO. NORTHWESTERN COMM. COLLEGE                      $117,923

6220928   AIMS COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                $304,216

Grand Total 07-08 Postsecondary Formula Allocations           $8,896,564
                                                                   WRITTEN REPORT II, E
                                                                  CONSENT AGENDA VI, E
                                                                            Page 1 of 2


                                     September 12, 2007

TOPIC:               Lowry Campus Status of Development Efforts,
                     Deed Restriction Transfer and Environmental Issues

PRESENTED BY:        Gwen Anderson, Director of Lowry Development


1. Development Efforts:
12Work on the Minor Boundary Adjustment, the rezoning and the General Development Plans
associated with the Lowry Campus redevelopment has been proceeding between CCCS staff, the
development consultant team and the staffs of the City of Aurora and the City and County of
Denver over the spring and summer months. A summary of each area of activity is provided

      (a)     Minor Boundary Adjustment. The adjusted Aurora/Denver boundary, as
      proposed, has been fixed in such a way as to have no resulting impact on the amount of
      Lowry Campus land located within each municipal jurisdiction; however, the new
      boundary will be reoriented so as to follow the internal Campus street grid, facilitate the
      site’s development and allow for more efficient delivery of public services. Staffs of
      both Cities and Arapahoe County, along with City Council Representatives Deborah
      Wallace and Marcia Johnson, have reviewed and endorsed the boundary adjustment. As
      required by state statute, the adjustment has been submitted to the staffs of both the
      Aurora and Denver Public School Districts and has received a favorable response. It is
      anticipated that the boundary adjustment will be considered by the Boards of both Public
      School Districts at meetings later in September and in early October for supportive
      resolutions and then be submitted to the City Councils of both Aurora and Denver for
      approvals in October. Once approved at these levels, a Petition will be filed with the
      State Boundary Adjustment Commission for approval of the boundary adjustment as
      between Denver County and Arapahoe County. Once the boundary adjustment has been
      approved by the Commission, a petition for annexation will be submitted for approval by
      the City of Aurora in order to complete the boundary adjustment process between the
      City and County of Denver and the City of Aurora. An aerial depiction of the existing
      and proposed adjusted boundary is attached.

      (b)     Rezoning and General Development Plans. The consulting team has prepared for
      review by Aurora and Denver Planning staffs land use alternatives to serve as the basis
      for the rezoning applications and General Development Plans for Aurora and Denver, and
      engineering work has commenced to provide traffic and infrastructure data required for
      the General Development Plans. CCCS staff and consulting team members are
      continuing to work with Denver and Aurora to prepare the rezoning application so that
      they can be submitted to both jurisdictions upon approval of the Boundary Adjustment
      and Annexation and the completion of the Deed restriction transfer as described below.
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                                                                              Page 2 of 2

       It is anticipated that the first formal community meeting in connection with the Campus
       development will be conducted in late October or early November.

       (c)     Developer Solicitation. Work on developer solicitation documents is underway,
       and a consultant has been selected to assist CCCS staff in the preparation of a Request for
       Developer Qualifications and Request for Proposals in connection with a first phase of
       redevelopment of the Lowry Campus. While the timing of issuance of the solicitation
       documents will be tied to both the completion of the deed restriction transfer and the
       filing of the rezoning applications, the targeted time for issuance of the Request for
       Qualifications is late October, 2007 and the targeted time for issuance of a Request for
       Proposals is late January, 2008. Assuming these target dates, the selection of a first-
       phase developer (or developers) would be anticipated in March of 2008.

2. Deed Restriction Transfer: Following a meeting between Gwen Anderson and the Director
of Real Property for the U.S. Department of Education in April of 2007, draft Deed restriction
transfer documents were revised and resubmitted to the U.S. Department of Education. The
Director’s Office provided notice to CCCS in July of its approval of the revised documents, and
has since advised CCCS that, on August 7, 2007, it provided written notice to the U.S. Air Force
of its intention to transfer the use restrictions associated with the Lowry Campus. The U.S. Air
Force has a thirty-day period, expiring on September 6, 1007, during which it may object to the
proposed deed restriction transfer.

3. Environmental Issues: In April of 2007, the U.S. Air Force indicated that it wished to defer
discussion of its remaining environmental liability with respect to the Lowry Campus until the
U.S. Department of Education determined its course of action with respect to the deed restriction
transfer. Following notification from the U.S. Department of Education that it had issued its
notice of such action to the Air Force on August 7, and in anticipation of additional demolition
activity on the Campus, CCCS has requested an expedited meeting with appropriate U.S. Air
Force representatives for the purpose of discussing a privatization strategy for addressing the Air
Force’s remaining environmental liabilities on the Campus. Staff is awaiting a response from the
Air Force.


The Board is requested to delegate to CCCS President Dr. Nancy McCallin the authority to
execute on behalf of the Board all necessary documentation related to the development of the
Lowry campus. This delegation includes, but is not limited to, documents related to the Minor
Boundary Adjustment, Rezoning, General Development Plan, and Developer Solicitation as
described in the above Report as well as any other agreements and documents as may be needed
to complete the campus development. Reports and communications will be provided to the
Board on a regular basis.

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