Minutes of Meeting

CABRILLO COLLEGE GOVERNING BOARD

December 4, 2006

 

REGULAR MEETING

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Cabrillo College Governing Board was held at the Sesnon House, Cabrillo Community College District, 6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos, California on Monday,
December 4, 2006.  Chair Alan Smith opened the meeting in Open Session at 4:33 pm.  Roll was taken; present were Chair Al Smith and Trustees Rebecca Garcia, John Leopold, Gary Reece, Rachael Spencer, Katy Stonebloom, and Claudine Wildman.  Chair Smith asked for Public Comments on Closed Session items.  There were no public comments.

 

Closed Session items were announced and the meeting was adjourned to Closed Session at 4:34 pm. Chair Smith exited from the Closed Session during all discussion of the real estate negotiations due to potential conflicts with his work.  Closed Session was adjourned at 5:56 pm.

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

SWEARING IN CEREMONY

 

The Honorable William M. Kelsay swore in re-elected Board members Gary Reece, Alan Smith and Claudine Wildman.  Judge Kelsay expressed his appreciation at being invited to serve the college in this way.

 

 

SWEARING-IN CEREMONY

 

ROLL CALL

 

Chair Smith called the Open Session to order at 6:06 pm.  Other board members present were Rebecca Garcia, John Leopold, Gary Reece, Rachael Spencer, Katy Stonebloom and Claudine Wildman.  Student Trustee Grahame Bissell was absent.  Also present were members of the community, college faculty, staff and students.

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

 

REPORT OUT OF CLOSED SESSION

 

Chair Smith stated that there was nothing to report out of Closed Session.  He stated that with the consent of the Board, he would like to move Item 6, the Signing of the MOU Between Cabrillo College and UCSC and visit of Chancellor Blumenthal up to the next item.  There were no objections.

 

 

REPORT OUT OF

CLOSED SESSION

SPECIAL PRESENTATION AND ACTION ITEM

 

Item 6. Signing of MOU Between Cabrillo College and UCSC

This item was taken out of order by consent of the Board.

 

President King introduced UCSC Acting Chancellor George Blumenthal, stating that though he had been in his position for only 4.5 months, he was well-established in the community and it would be difficult to imagine any chancellor with such an understanding of community colleges.

 

Chancellor Blumenthal expressed his appreciation for the welcome, noting that he was present to publicly sign the collaborative housing agreement for students.  He thanked the many people both at Cabrillo and UCSC who made the agreement possible, stating that it was the result of a long collaboration and part of a higher education master plan to do everything possible to form successful partnerships for transfer students.  He looked forward to forging new alliances for the benefit of mutual students.

 

Trustee Leopold asked how many students could be involved in the housing.  Vice President Osorio responded that according to the MOU, UCSC will notify Cabrillo six weeks prior to the semester how many rooms are available for Cabrillo students.

 

Trustee Stonebloom expressed her appreciation for the partnerships forged between Cabrillo and UCSC, explaining that she is the Board’s representative to the Transfer Committee.  She hoped this agreement would help increase the transfer numbers to UCSC.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to accept the MOU between Cabrillo College and UCSC to provide housing at UCSC’s University Inn facility for a limited number of students enrolled at Cabrillo College and for guest educators.

 

The motion carried with the following roll call vote:

 

AYES:          Garcia, Leopold, Reece, Smith, Spencer, Stonebloom, Wildman

NOES:          None

ABSENT:      None

ABSTAIN:      None

 

Student Trustee Advisory Vote:  Absent

 

Chancellor Blumenthal and President King signed the Memorandum of Understanding between UCSC and Cabrillo College, fully executing the agreement.

 

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

AND ACTION ON

MOU BETWEEN

CABRILLO COLLEGE AND UCSC

 

 

PROCEDURAL ITEMS

 

It was moved and seconded (Garcia/Leopold) to approve the Consent Agenda, including the minutes from the meetings of November 6, 2006, and November 15, 2006, as presented.  There was a replacement page for Item 3.j., the Human Resources report.

 

The motion carried with the following roll call vote:

 

AYES:          Garcia, Leopold, Reece, Smith, Spencer, Stonebloom, Wildman

NOES:          None

ABSENT:      None

ABSTAIN:      None

 

Student Trustee Advisory Vote:  Absent

 

 

APPROVAL OF

CONSENT AGENDA

AND MINUTES

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF NEWLY APPOINTED FACULTY AND STAFF

 

Vice President Renée Kilmer introduced Beatriz Perez, Confidential Executive Assistant to the Vice President, Instruction.

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF

 NEWLY APPOINTED

FACULTY AND STAFF

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

Marilyn Garrett addressed the Board regarding the health impacts of wireless technology and microwave radiation on the campus.  She encouraged the Board to remove all wireless technology from the campus and replace it with safer alternatives.

 

A neighbor of Cabrillo spoke to the Board regarding the placement of cell towers, and her concern about the health impacts of wireless technology.  She offered her help should there ever be a task force developed to study the issue or raise funds to create alternatives.

 

 

ORAL

COMMUNICATIONS

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

 

Dan Martinez, Dean, Visual, Applied and Performing Arts (VAPA) Division, presented highlights from the highly successful Summer 2006 CabrilloArts program, and previewed plans for next summer.  He reviewed the program development and a Powerpoint presentation of the workshops.  The program will be refined and well-established by the summer of 2008 when the new facility is opened.

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

 

ORAL REPORTS

 

Board Members' Reports

 

Trustee Rachael Spencer stated that she had two requests.  After reading the material she was given regarding the Children’s Center and its $500K deficit, she was interested in information regarding how many Cabrillo students it serves and how many units they take.  She asked if the Center serves students going to school at night and meets students’ needs as fully as possible.  Second, Trustee Spencer stated that there was an article in the Sentinel that reported that Cabrillo was above average; she asked for a report on what the college is doing with transferring students out of high school ROP into college occupational programs.

 

Trustee Leopold thanked Vice President Kilmer and the others involved in making the contingent from the Live Oak area welcome and a part of College and Career Night.  He reported that they are already starting to talk about coming to Cabrillo.  Trustee Leopold renewed his call for a report on privacy of student social security numbers.

 

Trustee Stonebloom reported on her attendance at a Children’s Center Advisory Committee meeting.  She stated that Children’s Center Director Ann Edgerton resigned, which leaves the Center in Dean Nancy Brown’s capable hands.  She reported that it was a constructive meeting with ECE faculty and parents present.  Issues such as funding streams were discussed and it is apparent that funding sources are increasingly complicated.  Students may only get three hours of child care in a day, not enough to carry a full load of units.  She requested that a report be compiled regarding the funding streams and the applicability to individual students, and a subcommittee be developed to put the information together to take to Assemblyman John Laird for possible legislative action.

 

Trustee Reece reported on his attendance at the Faculty Grants Ceremony, noting that it had grown tremendously.  While there were over $60K in requests, $12K were funded, and this was the first year the Faculty Senate participated in the event. 

 

Trustee Wildman reported that she had the opportunity to attend the Valley Women’s Club meeting and present the information on the Scotts Valley Center.  She introduced Donna Ziel from the women’s group and stated that the Women’s Club Executive Board had suggestions on how to get the word out regarding the new center.  Trustee Wildman stated that the HRA celebrated the 10 year anniversary of welfare reform.  Rock Pfotenhauer served on a panel representing Cabrillo and educational relationships, and Dena Taylor was there; Trustee Wildman appreciated the support from Cabrillo.  Trustee Wildman thanked Chair Al Smith for his year of leadership and steadiness.  As for her own campaign, she considered the support of her family and friends to be priceless.

 

Trustee Garcia reported on a CCCT meeting she attended in Costa Mesa.  She attended a workshop on athletics and though she has been on the Board for 14 years, she did not recall hearing anything about Cabrillo’s athletic programs other than win records.  She requested a report on the average GPA of athletes, the transfer and degree rate of athletes, the retention and drop out rate, and the diversity rate.  At the conference, Trustee Garcia received an update on the Community College Initiative for June 2008.  Cabrillo pledged $27K; Trustee Garcia thanked the students for their donation of $5K and most Board members contributed, but Cabrillo has only raised a total of $8K.  Trustee Garcia requested a resolution in support of the initiative.  She reported that she met Christine Chavez, granddaughter of Cesar Chavez, who is in charge of collecting signatures for the initiative.  She suggested that Student Senate President Yolanda Inchauregui and Student Trustee Grahame Bissell meet with Ms. Chavez.  Trustee Garcia requested a second resolution in support of the DREAM Act, which does not penalize undocumented students.

 

ORAL REPORTS

 

BOARD MEMBER REPORTS

 

 

Student Trustee’s Report

 

Student Trustee Grahame Bissell was absent.

 

STUDENT

TRUSTEE’S

REPORT

Superintendent’s Report

 

Superintendent/President Brian King noted that the end of the year is a good time to look back, be thankful and honor some of the transitions that are taking place.  He noted that Janus Blume will continue in SEIU leadership but not as president.  He expressed his appreciation for her year of service and commented that he would miss their regular meetings.  President King expressed his appreciation for Chair Al Smith, noting that he had been privileged to have as Board chairs Gary Reece, Katy Stonebloom and Al Smith, and without exception, all were very committed and spent many quiet hours behind the scenes.  He reported on another college wide project, the Second Harvest campaign, and congratulated the three re-elected Governing Board members.  He mentioned the progress on the construction projects, the growing collaboration with UCSC, the classified prioritization process which culminated in the hiring of many positions, the first draft of the accreditation self-study document and the Student Honor Society event where men and women who work at the college were honored by students.

 

 

SUPERINTENDENT’S

REPORT

 

Faculty Senate

 

Rory O’Brien, Faculty Senate President, wished everyone a happy holiday and congratulated the three re-elected Board members.  He thanked Trustees Spencer and Reece for attending the Faculty Grants and Awards ceremony, noting that it was a good time to hear what faculty are doing and the good things they could be doing but for a few dollars.  He thanked the Student Senate both for the grants and the general support.  Dr. O’Brien reported that faculty members were wrapping things up for the semester, grading finals and turning in grades. He added that next semester, the faculty would honor classified staff during Classified Staff Week and host the retirement party.

 

 

FACULTY SENATE

SEIU

 

Janus Blume, SEIU President, stated that this would be her last report in this capacity, as Stephanie Stainback had just been elected as union president, Janus Blume as Vice President, and Alta Northcutt as 2nd Vice President.  She reviewed the list of new SEIU officials.  Ms. Blume stated that it was a privilege to be included on the search and selection committee for the Vice President, Student Services.  While discussing the job description for the position, she noted that every duty was marked “E” as essential, and it was a concern of SEIU that all job descriptions seem to have “E” on every duty. 
Ms. Blume gave an example of a disability not being accommodated if a duty was considered essential, such as a custodian developing an allergy to chalk dust. She stated that SEIU hoped to negotiate the practice and not need to file a charge with the labor board.  Ms. Blume appreciated the Board’s support over the past year, adding that she felt listened to and heard.  She looked forward to serving in a new capacity next year.

 

 

SEIU

 

CCFT

 

Debora Bone, CCFT President, echoed the congratulations to the re-elected Board members and thanked them for their hard work.  She also expressed her appreciation for her time working with Janus Blume as SEIU President.  Dr. Bone reported that the final CCFT meeting for 2006 was held that day, and preparations were ongoing for CCFT/District negotiations.  She reported that she went to the Northern CA Community College Council, where there was an interesting discussion regarding the public policy institute report.  She noted the need to speak out and let the public know that students do not only come to community colleges for transfer and certificates.  Dr. Bone reported that CCFT contributed approximately $1200 towards the Community College Initiative, and wished everyone a happy holiday.

 

 

CCFT

 

ACTION ITEMS

 

Item 14. Revisions to Job Description:  Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board approve the revisions to the job description for the Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services.

 

President King thanked Shawn Ogimachi for his leadership and efforts as chair of the search committee.

 

Trustee Spencer, as a member of the search committee, thanked Shawn Ogimachi for his leadership and reported that the project was moving along on schedule.  She noted that the committee had held many interesting discussions regarding college positions and, given recent changes, she asked for Mr. Ogimachi’s opinion on whether the college was at a point where an evaluation from someone outside the organization would be beneficial.

 

Mr. Ogimachi responded that he felt it would be beneficial for the organization to have an outside consultant come in to review the college wide organizational model, not just the Student Services component.

 

President King noted that with the encouragement of the Board, the best way to proceed would be to have a dialog with faculty to move forward in a way that would be in the best interest of students.

 

Trustee Wildman expressed her appreciation for Mr. Ogimachi’s comments but noted that if the consultant process were to move forward, it would need to be timely so that the shape of the job could be known by interviewees for the position.

 

Trustee Garcia stated that as a member of the search committee, along with Trustee Spencer and other college representatives, many thoughtful revisions had been proposed for the job description presented for action and she hoped the Board would support the recommendation.

 

Trustee Leopold asked if the job description was in the brochure.  Trustee Garcia responded that after the job description received Board approval, it would be in the brochure and the position could be advertised.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked what the process would look like for an outside consultant to review both the Student Services component and the college as a whole.

 

Chair Smith responded that staff could return to the Board with an answer to that question and a possible RFP for a consultant.

 

Trustee Leopold added that the RFP would define the scope of work, noting that the whole RFP process requires more time than could realistically be allowed within the VPSS hiring process.

 

Trustee Stonebloom stated that it made sense to move forward with the consultant process, but parallel to the search process.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to approve the revisions to the job description for the Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

ACTION ITEMS

 

 

REVISIONS TO JOB DESCRIPTION:

VICE PRESIDENT/ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT,

STUDENT SERVICES

Item 15. Contract Increase:  HGA Architects, Student Activities Center Project

Chair Smith presented the recommendation that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute the revision of the contract with HGA Architects in the amount of $162,500 for the Student Activities Center project.

 

Trustee Reece commented that staff had done a great job managing this project and would attempt to recoup some of these costs.  He added that it was not fair to expect the architects to absorb the increase as they had been put at a disadvantage due to circumstances beyond their control.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Leopold) to authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute the revision of the contract with HGA Architects in the amount of $162,500 for the Student Activities Center project. The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

CONTRACT INCREASE:

HGA ARCHITECTS,

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CENTER PROJECT

 

 

Item 16. Award of Bid:  Stadium Restroom Renovation

President King called attention to the replacement page for this item and presented the recommendation that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Business Services to award the Stadium Restroom Renovation Project bid to Cen Con, Inc. of Santa Cruz.

 

It was moved and seconded (Leopold/Smith) to authorize the Vice President, Business Services to award the Stadium Restroom Renovation Project bid to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Cen Con, Inc. of Santa Cruz in the amount of $169,135.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

AWARD OF BID:

STADIUM RESTROOM RENOVATION

 

INFORMATION ITEMS

 

Item 17. Report on Search for Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services

A report on the search for the Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services was provided for Governing Board information.

 

President King noted that several members of the Search Committee were present at the Board meeting.  As the job description was approved earlier, the hiring process is on schedule, the announcement is ready to print, and the job opening is ready to publish.

 

INFORMATION ITEMS

 

 

REPORT ON SEARCH FOR VICE PRESIDENT/ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT,

STUDENT SERVICES

 

Item 18. EDA Grant Application for Pajaro Valley Regional Training Center

An update on the EDA grant application for the Pajaro Valley Regional Training Center was provided to the Governing Board for information.  President King reported that the good news was that the college received notice that the pre-application was approved and the official invitation to apply for the grant is tantamount to approval.

 

Trustee Garcia noted the tour of the local high school shops and asked if they were initiated by the high schools and what connection there was to local ROP programs.  Dean Rock Pfotenhauer responded that he had been working with both the high school shop programs and the ROP programs.

 

Trustee Leopold asked what the relationship was between the college and ROP.  Dean Pfotenhauer responded that he had been working with ROP for over four years, and over a year ago, a data sharing program was established with ROP and Adult Education.  The results of the data sharing showed about 300-500 ROP students moving on to college, with the number growing stronger in the second year, indicating that the students did something else the first year out of school and then came back.  Dean Pfotenhauer stated that articulation agreements are being reviewed to strengthen the connection.

 

Trustee Leopold commented that the EDA grant is emblematic of Cabrillo’s work; research the data, talk to partners and identify the need.  He was excited to hear the data about ROP and the plans to further those efforts.

 

Trustee Stonebloom reported that Anzar High School had just completed their vocational education building and asked if Cabrillo was connecting there.  Dean Pfotenhauer responded that he would like to do so.

 

 

EDA GRANT APPLICATION FOR PAJARO VALLEY REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER

 

Item 19. Delta Charter High School at Cabrillo College

A report regarding Delta Charter High School and its relation to Cabrillo College was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Mary Gaukel Forster, principal of Delta Charter High School, reminded the Board of the legislation that allowed Delta to be present on the campus.  She highlighted Delta’s numbers and the efforts to connect their students more strongly to Cabrillo.  Ms. Forster provided some anecdotes of successful Delta students.

 

Trustee Garcia congratulated Ms. Forster on Delta’s 100% pass rate on the CAHSEE.  She asked what other high schools could learn from that success.  Ms. Forster responded that the coaching, knowing the students and the personal touch provided at Delta is difficult to provide in a larger setting.

 

Trustee Garcia asked about any English learner strategy used at Delta.  Ms. Forster responded that assignments are modified, staff works in conjunction with Adult Ed, and they have Spanish speakers on staff.

 

Trustee Spencer thanked Ms. Forster for involving students in campus life.  Ms. Forster responded that students are not only involved, they also write reflection pieces on their activities.

 

Trustee Leopold expressed his appreciation for the information, noting that he was glad to see the numbers.  He noticed that Delta pays for some Cabrillo classes, and asked what classes other than PE fall in that category.  Ms. Forster responded that she can get that information.

 

Trustee Leopold stated that the success rates were impressive and asked for the information annually. He noted that in some ways Delta seemed like a separate entity and in some ways like a Cabrillo program.  He asked if students were tracked after graduation.  Ms. Forster responded that formally, students were tracked for two years; after two years, many other things happen in their lives.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked how many students are parents and could benefit from child care. 
Ms. Forster responded that three were currently parents with more on the waiting list.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked if any students had gone on to receive program certificates of completion or transferred.  Ms. Forster responded that she knew of two who had transferred to four-year colleges and four or five who received certificates.

 

Trustee Reece commented that Delta is a program with many ripples out into the community and cooperation from business leaders.  He added that it was good for both organizations.

 

Trustee Garcia noted that there was legislation that did not pass last year to allow community colleges to establish charters.  She added that of 109 community colleges, Cabrillo is the only one with a charter school.

 

 

DELTA CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL AT CABRILLO COLLEGE

 

Item 20. Transfer/Career Center Report

A report on the Transfer/Career Center was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Trustee Leopold expressed his excitement about the continuation upwards on the transfer curve and asked about the TAA season numbers.

 

Transfer/Career Center Coordinator Mario Garcia reported that 395 Transfer Admission Agreements had just been completed on Thursday, of which 125 were for underrepresented students, by far the largest to-date.

 

Trustee Leopold asked what happened with particularly difficult agreements.  Mr. Garcia responded that he consulted with other counselors.  He added that the season went well, and UC Merced and Humboldt State were added to the program.

 

Shawn Ogimachi commented that Mario Garcia had been doing an excellent job, noting that there had been the largest number of classroom presentations, presentations to student groups and clubs, and more students involved in coming into the Transfer/Career Center.

 

Mr. Garcia responded that the entire division had been involved in getting into every possible class.

 

Trustee Wildman stated that she hoped it was in the plans to make presentations in Scotts Valley, too.

 

Trustee Garcia asked if the ranking for CSU transfers was better or worse than before. 
Mr. Garcia responded that last year the ranking was 54, this year 48, so it is better.

 

Trustee Garcia asked why more students transfer to CSU than UC.

 

Mr. Ogimachi responded that the Cal State system is the largest in the world, both in the number of campuses and the number of students.  It has more choice of degrees and it is less expensive.  He added that Cabrillo is actually an overachiever in who it sends its students to:  CalPoly, Davis, Berkeley; its curriculum is aligned with research-based education and was articulated with UC early on.

 

 

TRANSFER/CAREER

CENTER REPORT

 

 

Item 21. Articulation Annual Report

The annual Articulation Report was provided for Governing Board information.

 

Trustee Stonebloom expressed her appreciation for the inclusion of high school articulation in the report.

 

 

ARTICULATION

ANNUAL REPORT

Item 22. Fast Track to Work Annual Report

The Fast Track to Work Annual Report was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Trustee Leopold stated that this was a great report for a great program.  He asked if any tracking had been done for CalWORKS recipients regarding what kinds of jobs they acquired and the pay they received.  He noted that one of challenges is to identify why people come to community colleges, like to increase job skills.

 

Dena Taylor, Program Manager for Fast Track to Work, responded that the county tracks WIA students but no one currently tracks CalWORKS.  She added that tracking is very important but no funds were available to implement the effort.  She hoped to be able to provide that data in the future.

 

Dean Rock Pfotenhauer added that he had been trying to work with the EDD to get that type of information through unemployment wage data.  He reported that he was currently researching short term living wage training programs for the county in areas like computer proficiency and customer service.  These programs would need to be open-entry and/or multiple-entry point.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked how students are funded in the programs with multiple sources coming together and limited child care options.

 

Ms. Taylor responded that whatever fund sources were available were used.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked about the limited hours available in the child care center programs, leaving fragmented child care situations for families.  She asked for the information to be gathered regarding which programs covered which hours, etc., hoping to present the needs for ECE faculty and students to higher levels of authority.

 

 

FAST TRACK TO WORK

ANNUAL REPORT

 

Item 23. Cabrillo College EOPS/Migrant Summer Program 2006 Report

The Cabrillo College EOPS/Migrant Summer Program 2006 Report was presented for Governing Board information.

 

Trustee Garcia asked the difference between passing the course and being ready to move on.

 

Dean Sesario Escoto responded that students could pass English 255 and not be ready for English 100; students can repeat the course.

 

Trustee Garcia asked if a similar report on the program is given to PVUSD.  Vice President Osorio responded that the program directors from PVUSD were given the reports.  Trustee Garcia asked if the PVUSD Board was given copies.  Vice President Osorio said that he would look into it.

 

Trustee Garcia commented that as she read Dr. Adela Najarra’s narrative, it was an example of good teaching.  She suggested that a dialog between the program instructors and migrant teachers, and some articulation, would be beneficial to see how their students are achieving success.

 

 

CABRILLO COLLEGE EOPS/MIGRANT SUMMER PROGRAM 2006 REPORT

Item 24. Datatel Payroll Conversion Project Update

An update on the Datatel Payroll Conversion Project was provided to the Governing Board.

 

Vice President Ard reported that by the next meeting, the payroll conversion will have launched.

 

 

DATATEL PAYROLL

CONVERSION PROJECT

UPDATE

 

Item 25. Recent Grant Application Submitted by the Instruction Office

A summary of grant applications submitted by the Instruction Office was presented for Governing Board information.  An application was submitted for a Digital Bridge Academy Grant to the Walter S. Johnson Foundation.

 

 

RECENT GRANT APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY THE INSTRUCTION OFFICE

Item 26. Facilities Master Plan (FMP) Project Status Report

The monthly status report regarding current Facilities Master Plan projects was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Trustee Wildman asked for details on the Scotts Valley Center.  Vice President Ard responded with a brief construction update on the remodel, noting that there will be a tour of the facility at 2:00 pm on Thursday.

 

Trustee Wildman asked to be added to the Scotts Valley Center Committee.  She was welcomed to the committee and will attend the meetings whenever possible.

 

 

FACILITIES MASTER PLAN PROJECT STATUS REPORT

 

Item 27. Quarterly Investment Report

The quarterly investment report for the quarter ending September 30, 2006, was presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

Quarterly Investment Report

Item 28. Financial Reports

Financial reports through October 31, 2006, were presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

FINANCIAL REPORTS

Item 29. Cabrillo College Monthly Calendar

The Cabrillo College Monthly Calendar for December 2006 was presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

CABRILLO COLLEGE

MONTHLY CALENDAR

ACTION ITEM

 

Item 30. Board Organization Meeting

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board elect its officers, appoint its representatives, and set its meeting dates and times for 2007.

 

It was moved and seconded (Garcia/Reece) to nominate and approve for 2007 Rachel Spencer as Chair; Claudine Wildman, Vice Chair; John Leopold, Clerk; Rebecca Garcia as the Board representative to the EOPS Advisory Committee; Katy Stonebloom as the Board representative to the Transfer Center Advisory Committee; approve the meeting dates as proposed for 2007 with the addition of starting the Closed Session at 4:00 for the November 2007 meeting to accommodate College and Career Night.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

ACTION ITEM

 

 

BOARD ORGANIZATION MEETING

ADJOURNMENT

The regular meeting of the Cabrillo College Governing Board was adjourned at 8:50 pm, to convene as a meeting of the Cabrillo College Financing Corporation.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

                                                                                    Respectfully submitted,

 

                                                                                    Secretary