GOVERNING BOARD MINUTES
SPECIAL MEETING, GOVERNING BOARD
PALOMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
BOARD CONFERENCE ROOM, STUDENT SERVICES CENTER
COLLEGE CAMPUS
SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1997, 7:00 P.M.

A. CALL TO ORDER

The special meeting of the Palomar Community College District Governing Board was called to order by Robert L. Dougherty, Jr., M.D., President, at 7:00 p.m.

B. ROLL CALL

TRUSTEES PRESENT:

ROBERT L. DOUGHERTY, JR., M.D., PRESIDENT

HAROLD SCOFIELD, VICE PRESIDENT

RITA WHITE, ED.D., SECRETARY

RALPH JENSEN, TRUSTEE

ERICA OLVERA, STUDENT TRUSTEE

TRUSTEE ABSENT:

BARBARA HUGHES, TRUSTEE

EXECUTIVE AND SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS PRESENT:

Dr. George R. Boggs, Superintendent/President

Joseph Madrigal, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Student Services

Jerry Patton, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services

Dr. Teresa F. Doyle, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resources and Affirmative Action

Paul Kelly, Dean, Vocational Technology

Dr. Michael Rourke, Dean, Mathematics and the Natural and Health Sciences

Lise Telson, Dean, Student Support Programs

STAFF:

Barbara Baldridge, Executive Assistant, President's Office

Ernie Carson, President, CCE/AFT

Mary Ann Drinan, President, The Faculty

Peter Durst, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Information Services

Ben Echeverria, Counsel, Contracts and Special Projects

Lynn Ginsburg, Director, Business Services

Kelley Hudson-MacIsaac, Facilities Planner

Kendra Jeffcoat, Special Assistant to the President

Herman Lee, Director, Enrollment Services

Scott McClure, Interim Director, Information Services

Theo McCombs, Manager, Community Service Programs

Lois Meyer, Director, Fiscal Services

Dr. George Mozes, President, Administrative Association

Dr. Michael Norton, Director, Public Information

Dr. Mark Vernoy, President, Faculty Senate

GUESTS:

Lee Baldridge

Tom Chambers, ASG Senator

Juan Fuentes, Student

Jim Lyon, InfoSolution

Peter Riccio, PeopleSoft

Luke Wendel, Parsons Engineering Science, Inc.

QUORUM ESTABLISHED

Following the pledge of allegiance to the flag, Dr. Dougherty declared a quorum present, and the special organizational meeting proceeded with the order of business.

A TAPED RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THIS MEETING IS ON FILE IN THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE FOR THIRTY DAYS OR UNTIL THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD, WHICHEVER IS LONGER.

BB. ELECTION OF OFFICERS

1. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT

Dr. Dougherty opened the floor to nominations for President.

MSC Jensen, White

RESOLUTION 97-18684

BE IT RESOLVED, That Harold E. Scofield, be elected President of the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, effective December 16, 1997.

The Vote was unanimous

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

Upon election of Mr. Scofield as President, Dr. Dougherty requested that he preside over the remainder of the meeting.

2. ELECTION OF VICE PRESIDENT

Mr. Scofield opened the floor to nominations for Vice President.

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18685

BE IT RESOLVED, That Dr. Rita A. White, be elected Vice President of the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, effective December 16, 1997.

The Vote was unanimous

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. ELECTION OF SECRETARY

Mr. Scofield opened the floor to nominations for Secretary.

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18686

BE IT RESOLVED, That Ralph G. Jensen, be elected Secretary of the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, effective December 16, 1997.

The Vote was unanimous

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

BBB. APPOINTMENT OF SECRETARY TO THE BOARD

1. APPOINTMENT OF SECRETARY TO THE BOARD

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18687

BE IT RESOLVED, That Dr. George R. Boggs, Superintendent/President, be appointed as Secretary to the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District, effective December 16, 1997.

The Vote was unanimous

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

BBBB. ESTABLISHMENT OF DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF MEETINGS

1. ESTABLISH DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF MEETINGS

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18688

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Regular Meetings of the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District shall be held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, beginning at 7 p.m., in the Governing Board Room, Student Services Center, San Marcos Campus.

Dr. Dougherty noted that the Board had agreed by previous action to meet only once during December, 1997.

The Vote was unanimous

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

ADJOURNMENT OF SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

The special organizational meeting was adjourned at 7:04 p.m.

CONVENE SPECIAL MEETING

The special meeting was convened at 7:04 p.m.

C. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

MSC White, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18689

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Minutes of the Regular Meeting held November 25, 1997, be approved.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye


C O N S E N T C A L E N D A R

CC.

1. ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18690

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following gifts be accepted and that an appropriate letter of appreciation be sent:

a. One Epson Action Tower 7500 for classroom use in ROP Computer Repair, donated by Ken Rycyzyn, 3608 Ruette De Ville, San Diego, California 92130. Cash value as estimated by donor is $100.00.

b. One Epson Printer MX80 F/T and one Epson Printer FX100, for classroom use in ROP Computer Repair, donated by Amy Blum, 6325 Caminito del Pastel, San Diego, California 92111. Cash value as estimated by donor is $150.00.

c. One 3COM 3C529 TP Network Card and three IBM 16MB Simms for classroom use in ROP Computer Repair, donated by Alfredo Pogue, 17948 Pueblo Vista Lane, San Diego, California 92127. Cash value as estimated by donor is $495.00.

d. One Blueprint Machine and one Drafting Table for student use in Trade and Industry Department, donated by Remtron, Attention: John Schooley, 1916 W. Mission Road, Escondido, California 92029-1114. No cash value estimated by donor.

e. Miscellaneous plants for use on campus, donated by Altman Plants, 3742 Blue Bird Canyon Road, Vista, California 92084. Cash value as estimated by donor is $790.00.

f. Rascal Heavy-Duty Scooter and Rascal Lift to be used by DSP&S students with mobility problems, donated by Christine Lalena, 13227 Fred Drive, Poway, California 92064. Cash value as estimated by donor is $2,500.00.

g. Double Bass - Pearl Trap Drum Set with Cymbals to be used in the Music and Performing Arts Department, donated by Ben Echeverria, P.O. Box 1599, San Marcos, California 92079-1599. Cash value as estimated by donor is $1,200.00.

h. Cress Electric Kiln, Model C-11, Series 7601, for use in the Art Department, donated by Diane Bouse, P.O. Box 2167, Valley Center, California 92082. Cash value as estimated by donor is $200.00.

I. Seven Survivair Mark II Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBAs) for use in training in the Environmental Technology Program, donated by Schumacher, 1969 Palomar Oaks Way, Carlsbad, California 92009. Cash value as estimated by donor is $3,000.00.

j. 1991 Ford Escort for demonstrations and student exercises in the Automotive Department, donated by Harold J. Temkin, 454 Requezia St., Apt. 227C, Encinitas, California 92024-6770.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18691

BE IT RESOLVED, That approval of the Governing Board be granted for the destruction of six cubic feet of professional growth records for faculty members no longer employed in contract positions and professional growth records dated prior to 1992 for faculty members currently employed in contract positions.

Professional Growth records include: Verification of the six units of professional growth credit required under the Professional Growth program in effect prior to implementation of the Professional Development program; action by the Professional Growth Committee on salary equivalency requests; and travel approval requests and travel reports.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. APPROVE NEW CLASSES AND AGREEMENTS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES CLASSES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18692

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following new classes and agreements be approved between the Palomar Community College District and personnel for providing Community Services classes:

Spring/1998

a. Presenter: Allen, Ginger

Name of Class: Management For New Managers

Effective: February 27, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

b. Presenter: Allen, Ginger

Name of Class: Meeting the Customer Service Challenge

Effective: March 20, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

c. Presenter Bell, John

Name of Class: Full Swing Golf

Effective: March 9, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

d. Presenter Braye-Romero, Donna

Name of Class: Psanka

Effective: March 7, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

e. Presenter: Burgeson, Howard

Name of Class: Creating A Winning Marketing Plan

Effective: March 14, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

f. Presenter: Burkett, Angela

Name of Class: Picture Framing for Beginners

Effective: April 4, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

g. Presenter: Burkett, Angela

Name of Class: More Picture Framing

Effective: May 2, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

h. Presenter: Chu, Joy

Name of Class: Children's Books: An Insider's Point of View

Effective: April 4, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

i. Presenter: Drury, Patricia

Name of Class: Tai Chi Chuan, Intermediate

Effective: January 21, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

j. Presenter: Haeger, France-Marie

Name of Class: Charcoal: The Mysterious Black Medium

Effective: February 28, 1998

Rate: $236.36

Terms: Minimum of 6 students

k. Presenter: Hargrove, Kathleen

Name of Class: 21 Creative Ideas to Make a Young Child Feel Special

Effective: April 18, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

l. Presenter: Holguin, Polly

Name of Class: Conversational Spanish (Borrego Springs)

Effective: January 26, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

m. Presenter: Kelly, Pat

Name of Class: Paint a Classic Still Life in Oil

Effective: April 15, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 6 students

n. Presenter: Kelly, Pat

Name of Class: The Romantic Art of Sketching Outdoors

Effective: March 7, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 6 students

o. Presenter: Kelly, Pat

Name of Class: Drawing For Everyone

Effective: February 4, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 6 students

p. Presenter: MacGillis, Patricia

Name of Class: Creative Gourd Baskets

Effective: April 18, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

q. Presenter: Marks, Clifford S.

Name of Class: Get The Mental Edge of Golf

Effective: February 10, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

r. Presenter: Nelson, Dick

Name of Class: The Ramona Pageant

Effective: April 19, 1998

Rate: $200.00

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

s. Presenter: Nelson, Dick

Name of Class: Death Valley Adventure

Effective: March 27, 1998

Rate: $600.00

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

t. Presenter: Coats-Sherbeny, Jinaan

Name of Class: Belly Dancing Basics

Effective: January 21, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

u. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Introduction to the Internet

Effective: January 28, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

v. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Creating Web Pages

Effective: February 4, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

w. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Creating Web Graphics With Paint Shop Pro

Effective: February 25, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

x. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Advanced Web Pages

Effective: March 18, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

y. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Java Programming for the Web

Effective: March 4, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

z. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Microsoft Front Page

Effective: May 13, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

aa. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Introduction to PC Troubleshooting

Effective: February 11, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

bb. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Introduction to Quickbooks

Effective: February 18, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

cc. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Microsoft Excel

Effective: March 11, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

dd. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Microsoft Access

Effective: May 20, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

ee. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Quicken for Windows

Effective: March 25, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

ff. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Windows File and Disk Management

Effective: April 29, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

gg. Presenter: Education To Go - Power, Craig (Presenter)

Name of Class: *Word Tips & Tricks

Effective: May 6, 1998

Rate: $25.00 per student

Terms: Minimum of 1 student

hh. Presenter: Rose, Luna

Name of Class: Spa Secrets of the 90's

Effective: February 21, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

ii. Presenter: Singleton, Karen

Name of Class: A New Image For Women

Effective: February 11, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

jj. Presenter: Wilderson, Robert L

Name of Class: Get To Know Your Computer Part 2

Effective: March 10, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 10 students

kk. Presenter: Wolfe, Emily C.

Name of Class: Young Chefs Creative Cooking Workshop

Effective: April 4, 1998

Rate: 30% of fees collected

Terms: Minimum of 5 students

* All classes presented via the internet

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. GRANT EQUIVALENCY FOR DISCIPLINES

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18693

BE IT RESOLVED, That, on the recommendation of the Faculty Senate Equivalency Committee, the following individual be granted equivalency to minimum qualifications for the discipline listed:

Todd, Victoria - Geography

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. APPROVE ADJUNCT FACULTY EMPLOYMENT

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18694

BE IT RESOLVED, That the employment of the following adjunct faculty, at the rate indicated for the Fall 1997 and Spring 1998 semesters (day and/or evening), be approved; said adjunct faculty are not scheduled to teach more than a 60-percent load:

FALL 1997

EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION

Blumeyer, Jon EME $31.20

B.S., EME Care

13+ years of experience

SPRING 1998

COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Tannenbaum, Sheila CNED $32.24

B.A., Liberal Arts

M.A., Special Education

EARTH SCIENCES

Todd, Victoria Geography $34.32

B.A., Sociology & Anthropology

M.S., Geology

Ph.D., Geology

20+ years of experience

MATH

Wezniak, Steven Math $31.20

A.A., Hospital Management

B.S., Business Management

M.A., Mathematics

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

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R e s u m p t i o n o f

R E G U L A R A G E N D A

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D. CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR

There were no items removed from the Consent Calendar.

E. OPERATIONAL REPORTS

There were no operational reports.

F. HEARINGS OF INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, AND DELEGATIONS

1. INFORMATION

Report of the Faculty Senate

There was no report.

2. INFORMATION

Report of The Faculty

There was no report.

3. INFORMATION

Report of the Administrative Association

There was no report.

4. INFORMATION

Report of the CCE/AFT

There was no report.

5. INFORMATION

Report of the Associated Student Government

There was no report.

6. INFORMATION

Report of Superintendent

Dr. Boggs recognized Dr. Dougherty for his services as Board President during the past year. He stated that it has been a pleasure working with Dr. Dougherty, and the District made progress during his term as Board President. He also wished Dr. Dougherty a happy birthday. He told Mr. Scofield that he looks forward to working with him in the coming year.

Dr. Boggs presented Scott McClure a framed certificate in appreciation for his service in serving as Interim Director of Information Systems from July, 1996, through December, 1997.

Dr. Boggs reported that Palomar College's Speech Team continues to do well in tournaments throughout the country. They won first place on December 4 competing against 29 colleges and universities at the Glendale Community College Invitational Tournament. They also placed third competing against 54 colleges and universities at the Arizona State University Forensic Fiesta on December 5-7.

Dr. Boggs reminded the Board members that nominations are being accepted for membership on the CCCT Board of Trustees from January 1 through February 15. Election for the Board will take place between March 10 and April 25. Given the Board's direction this past year, we will place this item on the agenda at the last possible meeting prior to April 25 so that the Board has some time to review the candidates.

Dr. Dougherty noted that he had asked Dr. Boggs to ascertain if Barbara Hughes is interested in being nominated for the CCCT Board as she has been interested in the past.

7. INFORMATION

Report of Other Organizations and/or Individuals

There were none.

G. COMMUNICATIONS

1. Letter from John E. Roueche, The University of Texas at Austin, to Dr. Boggs, dated November 19, 1997, thanking him for providing a splendid and rich learning experience for their Community College Leadership Program participants during their recent visit to Palomar College. Exhibit G-1

2. Letter from John Vasconcellos, State Senator, to Dr. Boggs, dated December 4, 1997, thanking him for his correspondence regarding AB 549 and updating him on the status of the bill. Exhibit G-2

H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1. CHANGE LOCATION OF SPECIAL MEETING ON FEBRUARY 7, 1998

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18695

BE IT RESOLVED, That the special meeting to discuss District Goals and Objectives scheduled for February 7, 1998, 8:30 to 12 noon, be held in the staff lounge on the San Marcos campus.

Dr. Dougherty suggested that hot soup be served at lunch.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. REMOVE FROM THE TABLE - AMENDMENT TO HANDBOOK OF POLICIES COVERING CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES IN THE BARGAINING UNIT REPRESENTED BY THE CCE-AFT

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18696

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Amendment to the Handbook of Policies covering Classified Employees in the Bargaining Unit Represented by the CCE/AFT be removed from the table.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. APPROVE AMENDMENT TO HANDBOOK OF POLICIES COVERING CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES IN THE BARGAINING UNIT REPRESENTED BY THE CCE/AFT

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18697

BE IT RESOLVED, That B.P. CCE/AFT-11, HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT AND OVERTIME be amended as follows:

Add the following paragraph to section A. Workweek.

The Palomar Community College District may establish and modify within its discretion, and with the concurrence of the employee organization (CCE/AFT Local 4522), workday and workweek schedules for bargaining unit employees pursuant to Education Code Section 88040. Every position employing a schedule authorized under Section 88040 will be identified as having regular work hours for each day of the weekly schedule. In keeping with the provisions of 88040, such schedules would require that employees be paid overtime rates for hours worked in excess of 40 in a week and/or the specified number of hours for that day.

Ernie Carson noted that the unit had voted on this matter and had approved it by a large majority.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

I. NEW BUSINESS

1. APPROVE PURCHASES OF SOFTWARE LICENSING, IMPLEMENTATION, MAINTENANCE, TRAINING, AND SUPPORT, FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE PURSUANT TO AGREEMENT WITH PEOPLESOFT, INC.

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18698

BE IT RESOLVED, That the purchase of software licensing, software maintenance, training, and support services, including year 2000 compliance, be and is hereby approved through the State of California, Department of General Services, Procurement Division, contract number 3-97-0342A, CMAS Schedule A-GSA #GS-35F-4401G (valid through 3/31/99) and related contracts of said Department currently in effect, with PeopleSoft, Inc. (Vendor), in the amount of $1,184,850.00. The term of this purchase shall be from the effective date of December 17, 1997, through March 31, 1999.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the purchase of implementation services, technology, and licensing, applicable to the software licensed to the District by PeopleSoft, Inc. under contract number 3-97-0342A, CMSA Schedule A-GSA #GS-35F-4401G, be and is hereby approved in the amount of $1,250,000.00, from a single source vendor, Info Solutions, under an agreement with PeopleSoft, Inc., for these services necessary and required to implement its software which it is licensing to the District. The term of this agreement shall be from the effective date of December 17, 1997, through March 31, 1999.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services for the Palomar Community College District be and is hereby authorized and directed to investigate and obtain financing for the above-described computer software licensing, maintenance, training, support services, and implementation for a stated term and on such conditions as may be most advantageous to the District's needs and budget constraints, including the authority to utilize multiple financing vehicles to finance stated portions of the approved purchases if multiple financing offers the most savings to the District.

Jerry Patton distributed an analysis of the process utilized in selecting the vendor for this item. Mike Rourke discussed the process in detail and answered questions. It was noted that although PeopleSoft does not currently have a community college in California, they do have nine community colleges across the country as well as several CSU and UC campuses in California. Dr. Dougherty stated that the fact that they do have installations at CSU and UC campuses, and the functions those institutions perform are similar to the functions at Palomar College, we may feel assured that the product will meet our needs for several years. It was also noted that our agreement with PeopleSoft will require that the company produce those processes that allow us to produce reports that are required of the California community colleges.

It was noted that up until now, we have been utilizing a system we obtained from the Santa Rosa consortium about 13 years ago that is now out of date.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE PARSONS ENGINEERING SCIENCE, INC., AS THE TOP-RANKED CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT FIRM AND AUTHORIZE FEE NEGOTIATIONS TO THE FIRM FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO THE INFRASTRUCTURE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18699

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Governing Board of the Palomar Community College District finds that the following construction management firms have been interviewed and are hereby designated as most qualified to conduct construction management services, and to secure to the District the requisite inspection and testing services, for the District's Infrastructure Replacement Project. The order in which they are listed herein indicates (1) the most- qualified, (2) the second most-qualified, and (3) the third most-qualified; (1) Parsons Engineering Science, Inc., (2) Vanir Construction Management, Inc., (3) Berryman & Hennigar. The District hereby waives any irregularities in submission of responses to the Request for Qualifications, including, but not limited to, responses not received in the Office of Counsel, Contracts & Special Projects on or before the 2:00 p.m., submittal time, noting however that all responses were received by 2:33 p.m., on November 14, 1997.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, or his designee(s) is hereby authorized and directed to enter into fee negotiations with Parsons Engineering Science, Inc., for the required services including construction management and separate provisions for inspection and testing services as funding will allow, said contract being subject to ratification by this Governing Board. This agreement shall be funded from the following District funding source: Account Number 05-10-50-5010-7131-6292.00-1555, and the term of the agreement shall be effective December 17, 1997, and until the Infrastructure Replacement Project is completed, notice of completion has been recorded, and all liens have been released, a period of approximately two (2) years, from the effective date.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in the event a satisfactory agreement for the requisite services cannot be reached with Parsons Engineering Science, Inc., within forty-five (45) days from the date hereof, the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services or his designee(s) shall terminate negotiations with Parsons Engineering Science, Inc., and commence negotiations with the second most-qualified firm, VANIR Construction Management, Inc., and so on, to the third most-qualified firm of Berryman & Hennigar.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. APPROVE REAL PROPERTY LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH MISSION FEDERAL CREDIT UNION FOR ATM EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES AT THE STUDENT UNION FACILITY OF THE SAN MARCOS CAMPUS

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18700

BE IT RESOLVED, That a real property licensing agreement be approved between Mission Federal Credit Union and the Palomar Community College District for the installation and operation of an automatic teller machine (ATM) at the Student Union Facility located on the San Marcos Campus. The effective date of this agreement is January 1, 1998, and for three years, terminating on December 31, 2000, with two, one-year options which would extend the agreement through December 31, 2002. Mission Federal Credit Union shall pay to the District monthly licensing fees as follows: (1) in year one, $300.00/month; (2) year two, $315.00/month; (3) year three, $330.00/month; (4) option year one, $345.00/month and (5) option year two, $360.00/month.

Ben Echeverria noted that this is a renewal of an existing contract. They have upgraded the existing facility. This agreement will also give them the opportunity to install a similar device at the Escondido Education Center.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. APPROVE MARLENE S. IMIRZIAN AS CONSULTANT/ARCHITECT FOR THE NEW SCIENCE BUILDING PROJECT TO PREPARE SUBMITTALS TO CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE, CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18701

BE IT RESOLVED, That Marlene S. Imirzian be and is hereby approved as consultant/

architect for the preparation of all necessary and required submittals to the Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges, in connection with the application for adding the new science building project to the District's listed projects for approval and funding. In addition, authorize and direct Marlene S. Imirzian, to submit at least three (3) names of proposed consultants to the District, who have specific credentials, experience, and recognized success in the design and specification of college science teaching facilities, and with whom the District might negotiate an amendment to Ms. Imirzian's contract, adding said consultant thereto for this project. The term of this agreement shall be from the effective date of December 17, 1997, through June 30, 1998, subject to renewal in succeeding fiscal years, as needed to meet all requirements for a final design and specification of this project. This agreement shall be funded from Account Number 05-10-51-5100-7124-6298.00-0515 in an amount not to exceed $175,000.00, which funds are subject to reimbursement from future funding of this project by the State of California.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services may make such transfers between the undistributed reserve and any expenditure classification or classification of the budget of the District necessary to permit the payment of the obligations of the District authorized and approved in this resolution, including those to be paid from the aforesaid Account Number 05-10-51-5100-7124-6298.00-0515.

Jerry Patton reported that a meeting will be held with Science Department faculty on Wednesday. They will interview four subcontractors to Marlene Imirzian who would be involved with the design of the building. Jerry feels they are first-class architectural firms that have a great deal of experience in designing science classroom facilities.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. APPROVE CONSULTING AGREEMENT WITH PUBLIC ECONOMICS, INC., REGARDING REVIEW OF CURRENT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AGREEMENTS

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18702

BE IT RESOLVED, That an agreement be approved between the Palomar Community College District and Public Economics, Inc., pursuant to which Public Economics, Inc., is retained to review and report on six redevelopment agreements existing between the College District and local redevelopment agencies. The term of this agreement shall be from the effective date of December 17, 1997, through June 17, 1998, and shall be funded from accounts number 05-10-50-5099-6606-5610.00-1918, 05-10-50-5099-6606-5610.00-0526, and 05-10-50-5099-6606-5610.00-1856 in an amount not to exceed $15,000.00.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

6. APPROVE APPRAISAL AGREEMENT WITH ANDERSON & BRABANT, INC.

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18703

BE IT RESOLVED, That an agreement is hereby approved between the Palomar Community College District and Anderson & Brabant, Inc., real estate appraisers and consultants, to conduct an appraisal of Site Number 2, the Ted Williams Parkway site, previously studied for feasibility of acquisition and construction by Boyle Engineering Corporation (March, 1997), and which site this Board has indicated it had an interest in acquiring as a possible site for the construction of a Poway Education Center. The term of this agreement shall be from the effective date of December 17, 1997, and shall terminate on February 17, 1998, or upon receipt of an MAI quality real estate appraisal report, by the District, whichever occurs first. The fee for this appraisal shall be $5,000.00 and shall be funded from the District's Poway Redevelopment Agency funds, Account Number: 05-10-50-5099-6606-6291.00-1918.

It was noted that the purpose of this appraisal is to provide a current market value of the property.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

J. FINANCIAL REPORTS

1. INFORMATION: NARRATIVES FOR FINANCIAL REPORTS

Memo from Lois Meyer, Director, Fiscal Services. Exhibit J-1

2. APPROVE EXPENSE WARRANTS

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18704

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following report of Expense Warrants be approved:

General Fund $1,558,302.18

Capital Outlay Fund 68,129.75

Children's Center Fund 7,370.28

Trust Fund 465.85

Total of Funds $1,634,268.06 Exhibit J-2

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. INFORMATION: TRAVEL CLAIM TRANSACTIONS

Report of Travel Claim Transactions from 11/1/97 to 11/30/97. Exhibit J-3

4. APPROVE REPORT OF REVOLVING CASH EXPENDITURES

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18705

BE IT RESOLVED, That Revolving Cash Expenditures, Check Nos. 11286 through 11289, in the amount of $836.38 from the General Fund, for November, 1997, be approved. Exhibit J-4

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. ADOPT RESOLUTION REVIEWING AND APPROVING PURCHASES MADE FOR THE PRIOR SIXTY (60) DAYS PURSUANT TO BOARD RESOLUTIONS 96-18423 AND 96-18424, ADOPTED JUNE 24, 1997

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18706

BE IT RESOLVED, That all purchase transactions, and contracts entered into on behalf of the Palomar Community College District pursuant to resolutions numbered 96-18423 and 96-18424, adopted June 24, 1997, as detailed on the information spreadsheet lodged herewith as Exhibit J-5, be and are hereby reviewed and approved for the following Purchase Order Nos. 840999 through 841199, Agreement/Item Nos. 845125 through 845149, Travel Nos. 850024 through 850033, Reimburse/Adv/Increases Nos. 860257 through 860338, Agreement/Service Nos. 870182 through 870222, Repair Nos. 875034 through 875049, Agreement/Annual Nos. 880190 through 880207, Utility Nos. 895031 through 895032, Film Booking Nos. 820013 through 820013, and Library Order Nos. 825012 through 825017, in the total amount of $233,930.72 be approved.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

K. INSTRUCTIONAL REPORTS

1. APPROVE COURSES TO BE INCLUDED IN CURRICULUM

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18707

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following courses have been examined by the Curriculum Committee and are being recommended for inclusion in the Palomar College curriculum.

a. Course ID: Automotive Technology 145

A.A. degree/certificate program (elective): Electronic Tune-up and Computer Control Systems

Disciplines for minimum qualifications: Auto Mechanics (master's degree not required)

145 Auto Emissions, Diagnosis, Driveability, and Repair

Six hours lecture-laboratory (3)

Auto emissions diagnosis and repair using an individual baseline approach and loaded-mode testing equipment to solve emission failures. Includes use of scan tools, digital storage oscilloscopes, and inflight analyzers to logically repair the vehicles. CSU (Effective summer 1998)

b. Course ID: Biology 107

General Education: - CSU/Transfer - Area B2 (pending approval by CSU GE Committee); A.A. degree - Area B; IGETC - Area 5 Biological Science (pending approval by IGETC Approval Committee)

Disciplines for minimum qualifications: Biological Sciences (master's degree required)

107 Evolutionary Biology

Three hours lecture (3)

Biological concepts related to the origin of species and the evolution of the diversity of life. Topics include scientific process, basic chemistry, biochemistry, genetics, evolutionary mechanisms, speciation, and evolution of major taxonomic groups of organisms. CSU (Effective fall 1998)

c. Course ID: Dance 101

General Education: CSU/Transfer - Area C1; A.A. degree - Area C; IGETC - Area 3 Arts

A.A. degree/certificate program (recommended elective): Dance

Disciplines for minimum qualifications: Dance (master's degree required)

101 Survey of World Dance

Six hours lecture-laboratory (3)

An analysis of the dances, dance styles, costumes, and musical accompaniment of dances from around the world as experienced through films, lecture, demonstration, and movement participation. CSU (Effective fall 1998)

d. Course ID: Emergency Medical Education 295

Prerequisite validated: Yes

Disciplines for minimum qualifications: Emergency Medical Technologies (master's degree not required)

295 Directed Study in Emergency Medical Education

Three, six, or nine hours laboratory (1,2,3)

Prerequisite: Approval of project or research by department chairperson/director

Independent study for students who have demonstrated skills and/or proficiencies in Emergency Medical Education subjects and have the initiative to work independently on projects or research outside the context of regularly scheduled classes. Students will work under the personal supervision of an instructor. May be taken four times. CSU (Effective summer 1998)

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE PROGRAM TO BE INCLUDED IN CURRICULUM

MSC Jensen, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18708

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following program has been examined by the Curriculum Committee and is being recommended for inclusion in the Palomar College curriculum:

a. Title: Dental Hygiene

Effective: Summer 1999

Dental Hygiene

Course required for an A.A. Degree Major

The Dental Assisting/Hygiene Program provides individuals with two (2) career options. This career-ladder curriculum is designed to provide students employable skills as a dually trained dental auxiliary. Students who successfully complete the Dental Assisting Program and complete the prerequisite general education courses may enter the Dental Hygiene Program without having to repeat the lower-division dental science units that four year courses traditionally require.

Successful completion of the A.A. degree in Dental Hygiene allows qualified graduates to take the Dental Hygiene National Board and the State Board Examinations. Upon successful completion of both examinations, the candidate will be licensed as a Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH) in the state of California.

I. Basic criteria for admission to the Dental Hygiene Program: (Applicants may call 760/744-1150 ext. 2279 for additional information.)

A. Applicants must fulfill the general requirements for admission to the college.

B. Applicants must complete the Dental Hygiene Admissions Application. Applications are available from the Dental Education Department (ext. 2571) and from the Staff Assistant in the Office of the Health Education Program.

C. Transcripts from previous college work (including Palomar College) should be sent to the Dental Education Department. Students must make an appointment with the Staff Assistant/Health Careers, to determine transferability of credits and additional course work needed.

D. Applicants must have a minimum overall and degree grade- point average of 2.0 for all college/school work attempted unless waived by the department. All applicants seeking admission into the Dental Hygiene Associate degree program shall have satisfactorily completed all prerequisite courses prior to submitting an application.

II. Specific criteria for program admission/selection:

A. Applicant must be a graduate of a Dental Assisting program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association.

B. Applicant must have current CDA Certification (Certified Dental Assistant) issued by Dental Assisting National Board (DANB).

C. Applicant must possess current RDA (Registered Dental Assistant) license issued by the California Board of Dental Examiners, Committee on Dental Auxiliaries.

D. Applicant must hold certificates for Coronal Polishing and Dental Radiation Safety (California Certifications).

E. Applicant must provide verification of current CPR (BLSC) Certification.

F. Applicant must provide proof of completed HBV Immunization.

G. All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.

Prerequisite Courses Units

BIOL 102 or Molecules and Cells or 4

BIOL 100 and General Biology and 4

CHEM 100 or Fundamentals of Chemistry or 4

BIOL 105 and Biology with a Human Emphasis and 4

CHEM 100 or Fundamentals of Chemistry or 4

BIOL 200 and Foundation of Biology I and 4

CHEM 100 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4

ZOO 200 Anatomy 5

ZOO 203 Physiology 5

MICR 200 Fundamentals of Microbiology 5

MATH 50 or Beginning Algebra or

Math Competency 0,4

ENG 100 English Composition 4

SOC Any course numbered 100 or above

except 205 3

PSYC Any course numbered 100 or above

except 140 and 205 3

SPCH Any course 100 or higher except 130,

145, and 150 3

Remaining A.A. Degree Courses and Competencies 3-10

Summer - First 6 Weeks

DH 110 Infectious Disease Control 1

DH 111 Oral Pathology 1

DH 112 Preclinical Dental Hygiene 3

Summer - Second 6 Weeks

DH 120 Dental Anatomy/Histology 2

DH 121 Pharmacology 2

DH 122 Ethics and Jurisprudence 1

DH 123 Clinical Hygiene I 4

Semester I

DH 130 Elements of Nutrition 1

DH 131 Periodontology I 1

DH 132 Community Dental Health 1

DH 133 Advanced Procedures I 1.5

DH 134 Clinical Hygiene II 4

Semester II

DH 140 Periodontology II 2

DH 141 Advanced Procedures II 2

DH 142 Clinical Hygiene III 5

TOTAL UNITS 62.5-70.5

Dr. Dougherty commented that he is delighted that we are planning to offer this program as it is extremely valuable. When asked if we are going to be able to afford it, Mike Rourke responded that we will need nearly $500,000 to fund the program, most of which we will need up-front. He reported that we have been in contact with the San Diego Chapter of the California Dental Society. They have expressed great interest in getting the program started and are willing to talk with us about fund raising if we make a commitment to the program. The navy has expressed interest in the program as their 32nd Street Dental Assisting School is closing down at the end of January. They have offered us the opportunity to utilize their facilities on an interim basis for as long as two years, until we have sufficient funding available for our own facilities. They also seem to be willing to donate as many as seven operatories to our program. Mr. Scofield asked if the program would need to be under the supervision of a D.D.S. and was told that it would and that it may be arranged through the dental society. Mr. Rourke will be meeting with the dental society again tomorrow night.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

L. PERSONNEL

1. APPROVE SHORT-TERM/SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYEE LIST

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18709

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Short-Term/Substitute Employee List be approved.

Exhibit L-1

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

2. APPROVE CLASSIFIED POSITION

MSC White, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18710

BE IT RESOLVED, That the following classified position(s) be approved:

a. Position: INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

Department: Information Services

Position #: 501669 New?: Yes

Sal Rng/Stp: 28/A Salary: $2,567.00 month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: December 17, 1997

Acct #(s): 01-10-50-5050-6780-2111.00-0000/100%

NOTE: This position is a conversion of an hourly assignment which does not require additional funding.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

3. RECOMMENDATION: ACTION - APPROVE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

MSC Dougherty, Jensen

RESOLUTION 97-18711

BE IT RESOLVED, That the classified employment of the following persons be approved:

a. Name: SHERYL ANN WEBBER

Position: Office Specialist

Department: Regional Occupational Programs

Position #: 320751 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for Gayle Corey

Sal Rng/Stp: 8/A Salary: $1,576.00 month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: January 5, 1998

Acct #(s) 01-10-38-3883-6315-2111.00-1950/100%

NOTE: This is a specially funded position, continuation depends on available funds.

b. Name: SONIA T. CONFORME

Position: E.O.P.S. Office Assistant

Department: Extended Opportunity Programs & Services

Position #: 460357 New?: No

Remarks: Replacement for Carol Naddi

Sal Rng/Stp: 9/A Salary: $1,614.00 month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: December 17, 1997

Acct #(s) 01-10-41-4111-6430-2111.00-1620/100%

NOTE: This is a specially funded position, continuation depends on available funds.

c. Name: MICHELLE A. BARTON

Position: Institutional Research Analyst/Weekend Manager

Department: Institutional Research and Planning

Position #: 300251 New?: Yes

Remarks: Position approved 7/15/97. This position is in the Supervisory Group of the Administrative Association.

Sal Rng/Stp: 57/C Salary: $4,243.00

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: January 14, 1998

Acct #(s) 01-10-40-4025-6421-2112.00-1670/30%

01-10-30-3010-6610-2112.00-0000/70%

NOTE: 30% of this position is specially funded, continuation of that portion depends on available funds. Normal work week is Tuesday-Saturday.

d. Name: JUAN M. AVILES

Position: Information Systems Technician

Department: Information Services

Position #: 501669 New?: Yes

Remarks: Position approved 12/16/97

Sal Rng/Stp: 28/A Salary: $2,567.00 month

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Effective: December 17, 1997

Acct #(s) 01-10-50-5050-6780-2111.00-0000/100%

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

4. APPROVE CORRECTION TO CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

MSC White, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18712

BE IT RESOLVED, That the correction to the starting date of employment of the following classified employee be approved:

a. Name: CHRISTINE M. CLARK

Position: Academic Department Assistant

Department Nursing Education

Position #: 331050 New? No

Remarks: Replacement for Carolyn Conklin

Sal Rng/Stp: 16/A Salary: $1,915.00 month

% of Position: 100% # of Mos: 11

Effective: October 6, 1997

Acct #(s): 01-10-33-3370-6011-2111.00-0000/100%

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

5. APPROVE CLASSIFIED RECLASSIFICATION

MSC Dougherty, White

RESOLUTION 97-18713

BE IT RESOLVED, That the reclassification of the following classified position be approved:

a. Position: INFORMATION SERVICES SECRETARY

Department: Information Systems

Name: Vacant

Position #: 501250 New?: No

Remarks: Position was range 18, Help Desk Support Specialist

Effective: December 17, 1997

% of position: 100% # of Mos: 12

Sal Rng/Stp: 17/A Salary: $1,962.00 month

Acct #: 01-10-50-5050-6780-2111.00-0000/100%

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

6. APPROVE ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE OF ABSENCE

MSC White, Dougherty

RESOLUTION 97-18714

BE IT RESOLVED, That the placement of MARY ANN WIECZOREK, Senior Telephone Operator, Telephone Services, on a 100% administrative Leave of Absence with pay and with benefits, effective 4:00 p.m. December 4, 1997, until further notice, be ratified.

The Vote was unanimous.

Student Trustee Advisory Vote: Aye

M. ITEMS PENDING

There were no items pending.

N. COMMENTS FROM BOARD MEMBERS

Ms. Olvera wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Mr. Jensen commended Dr. Dougherty on a great year as Board President.

Dr. Dougherty wished everyone a Happy Holiday Season.

Dr. White wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Mr. Scofield congratulated Dr. Dougherty for an excellent job done during this past year. He presented Dr. Dougherty with a gavel plaque on behalf of everyone at the College.

Mr. Scofield wished everyone a Merry Christmas.

Dr. Dougherty suggested that the Finance Corporation meeting be held prior to closed session.

At this time the Board held the Finance Corporation meeting.

O. CLOSED SESSION

The Board recessed at 7:39 p.m. and went into Closed Session at 7:46 p.m., to discuss:

1. Conference with Designated Representatives regarding negotiations with CCE/AFT, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6.

Closed Session ended at 8:03 p.m.

RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION

The meeting reconvened to Open Session at 8:04 p.m. There was no reportable action.

P. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 8:04 p.m.

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