Board of Regents

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Board of Regents

OFFICIAL MINUTES

Board of Regents' Meeting
February 17, 1995
Westmark Baranof Hotel
Juneau, Alaska

Regents Present:

Sharon D. Gagnon, President

Virginia W. Breeze, Vice President

Mary Jane Fate, Secretary

R. Danforth Ogg, Treasurer

Eric Forrer

Mark H. Helmericks

Joseph R. Henri

Michael P. Kelly

Scott A. Otterbacher

Susan A. Stitham

Lew M. Williams, Jr.

Jerome B. Komisar, Executive Officer and President of the University of Alaska

In Attendance:

Edward Lee Gorsuch, Chancellor, University of Alaska Anchorage

Marshall L. Lind, Chancellor, University of Alaska Southeast

Joan K. Wadlow, Chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks

William R. Kauffman, Vice President and General Counsel

Jim Lynch, Associate Vice President for Finance

'Nanne Myers, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs

Gerald V. Neubert, Assistant Vice President and University Architect

April Crosby, Assistant to the President

Patty Kastelic, Executive Director for Human Resources

Bob Miller, Director of Public Affairs

Alison Elgee, Director of Statewide Budget Development

Steve DeSoer, Assistant Vice President for Labor Relations

Mary M. Kauffman, Regents' Affairs Officer

Dawn Greene, Regents' Affairs Staff

I. Call to Order

The meeting was called to order by President Gagnon at 12:15 p.m. on Friday, February 17, 1994.

II. Adoption of Agenda

Regent Henri moved, seconded by Regent Kelly, and passed unanimously that:

MOTION

"The Board of Regents adopts the agenda as presented and amended.

I. Call to Order

II. Adoption

III. Approval of Minutes

IV. Public Comment

A. General Public

B. University Councils

C. System Governance

D. Faculty and Staff

E. Certified Bargaining Representatives

ACCFT

CEA

F. Students

G. Alumni

V. Consent Agenda

Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee

A. Corporate Authority Resolution

B. Adoption of Proposed Policy 05.09: Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety (Removed from consent agenda by Regent Ogg)

C. University of Alaska Southeast, Juneau Campus, Residence Hall - Approval of Schematic Design and Authority to Bid and Award a Contract

D.University of Alaska Fairbanks Near Island ResearchFacility, Kodiak, Alaska (FITC, Phases II and III): Approval of Feasibility Study in Support of a Capital Project

E. Adoption of Policy 05.06: Procurement and Property (This motion brought forward from the January 23, 1995, FF&LM Committee meeting)

F. Adoption of Policy 05.11: Real Property (This motion brought forward from the January 23, 1995, FF&LM Committee meeting)

G. Adoption of Policy 05.15: Auxiliary Service Enterprises,Recharge Centers and Self-Funded Activities (This motion brought forward from the January 23, 1995, FF&LM Committee meeting)

H. UAF Wood Center Code Corrections Phase II - Approval of Schematic Design and Authority to Bid and Award a Contract (This motion brought forward from the January 23, 1995, FF&LM Committee meeting)

I. UAF Student Recreation Center Functional Modifications - Authorization for Addition of a Project to be Funded from Available Transferred Funds (This motion brought forward from the January 23, 1995, FF&LM Committee meeting)

Committee of the Whole

A. Adoption of Policy 02.09: Public Safety

B. Adoption of Policy 04.10: Drug-Free Workplace/Misconduct in Research

C. Adoption of Policies 02.04, 02.07, 02.08: Policy AdvisoryCouncils

VI. Executive Session

VII. Approval of Honorary Degrees

VIII. New Business

A. Academic and Student Affairs Committee

B. Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee

C. Human Resources Committee

D. Committee of the Whole

E. Audit Committee

F. Nominating Committee

IX. Discussion of Commencement Schedule

X. Planned Presentation: WAMI Program

XI. President's and Chancellors' Status Reports

XII. Administrative Status Reports

XIII. President's and Regents' Comments

XIV. Adjourn

This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

III.Executive Session (Taken out of order)

Regent Breeze moved, seconded by Regent Otterbacher, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents goes into executive session in accordance with the provisions of AS 44.62.310 to discuss matters relating to litigation this topic being a subject the immediate knowledge of which would have an adverse effect on the finances of the University and personnel and honorary degrees, these topics being subjects which might tend to damage the character or reputation of a person or persons. The session shall include members of the Board of Regents, President Komisar, Vice President and General Counsel Kauffman, and such other University staff members as the President may designate and shall last approximately one (1) hour. Thus, the open session of the Board shall resume in this room at approximately 1:15 p.m. A.S.T. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

The Board of Regents went into executive session at 12:15 p.m.and returned to public session at 3:05 p.m.when Regent Breeze announced that the Board of Regents just concluded an executive session in accordance with AS 44.62.310 discussing matters relating to litigation, this topic being a subject the immediate knowledge of which would have an adverse effect on the finances of the University and personnel and honorary degrees, these topics being subjects which might tend to damage the character of a person or persons. The session included members of the Board of Regents, President Komisar, Vice President and General Counsel Kauffman and other University staff members designated by the President and lasted approximately 2 1/2hours.

IV.Approval of Minutes

Regent Henri moved, seconded by Regent Kelly, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents approves the minutes of its December 1-3, 1994 meeting as presented and amended. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

V.Public Comment

The following groups were afforded the opportunity to address the Board of Regents. Names of individuals are on file in the Office of Regents Affairs.

A. General Public

B. University Councils

C. System Governance

D. Faculty and Staff

E. Certified Bargaining Representatives

ACCFT

CEA

F. Students

G. Alumni

VI.Consent Agenda

Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee

The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee made the following recommendations:

MOTION Reference 2

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents adopt the updated corporate authority resolution, as contained in Reference 2. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

MOTION Reference 3

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents adopt new Regents' Policy 05.09: Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety, as contained in Reference 3 and amended by the Committee. The administration is authorized to renumber affected policies accordingly. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

MOTION Reference 4

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approve the revised schematic design for the University of Alaska Southeast, Juneau Campus, Residence Hall project as presented and authorize the University administration to bid and award a construction contract contingent on securing adequate funding. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

MOTION Reference 5

The Finance, Facilities and Land Management committee recommends that the Board of Regents approve contracting with a consultant firm and the development of a feasibility study for the capital project known as the University of Alaska Near Island Research Facility Project, Kodiak, Alaska, as presented. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

The following motions were brought forward from the January 23, 1995 Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee meeting:

MOTION Reference 15

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents adopt new Regents' Policy 05.06: Procurement and Property, as contained in Reference 15 and amended by the Committee. The administration is authorized to renumber affected policies accordingly. This motion is effective January 23, 1995."

MOTION Reference 16

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents adopt new Regents' Policy 05.11: Real Property, as contained in Reference 16 and amended by the Committee. The administration is authorized to renumber affected policies accordingly. This motion is effective January 23, 1995."

MOTION Reference 17

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents adopt new Regents' Policy 05.15: Auxiliary Service Enterprises, Recharge Centers, and Self-Funded Activities, as contained in Reference 17 and amended by the Committee. The administration is authorized to renumber affected policies accordingly. This motion is effective January 23, 1995.

MOTION Reference 18

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents approve the schematic design for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Wood Center Code Corrections Phase II project as presented and authorize the University administration to bid and award a construction contract within available funding. This motion is effective January 23, 1995."

MOTION Reference 19

"The Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee recommends that the Board of Regents authorize the list of projects to be funded from available balances of the Unexpended Revenue Bond Funds ("Transferred Funds") be expanded to include the University of Alaska Fairbanks Student Recreation Center Functional Modifications. This motion is effective January 23, 1995."

Regent Henri moved, seconded by Regent Fate, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents approves the recommendations of the Finance, Facilities and Land Management Committee as stated above. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Committee of the Whole

The Committee of the Whole made the following recommendations:

MOTION Reference 7

"The Committee of the Whole recommends that the Board of Regents repeal existing Policy 02.09.01 and substitute in its place proposed Regents' Policy 02.09.01-02: Public Safety as contained in Reference 7. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

MOTION Reference 8

"The Committee of the Whole recommends that the Board of Regents repeal existing Policy 04.10.09-04.10.10 and substitute in their place proposed Regents' Policy 04.10.01-10: Drug-Free Workplace/Misconduct in Research, as contained in Reference 8. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

MOTION Reference 9

"The Committee of the Whole recommends that the Board of Regents repeal existing Policies 02.04.01-05, 02.07.01 and 02.08.01 and substitute in their place proposed Regents' Policies 02.04.01-05, 02.07.01 and 02.08.01 concerning Advisory Councils, as contained in Reference 9. This motion is effective February 16, 1995."

Regent Henri moved, seconded by Regent Stitham, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents approves the recommendations of the Committee of the Whole as stated above. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

VIII. Approval of Honorary Degrees

Recommendations submitted by the University of Alaska Anchorage and University of Alaska Southeast for recipients of honorary degrees and meritorious service awards were bound separately and included in regents' agenda packets for their review prior to the February 16-17, 1995 Board meeting.

Regent Fate moved, seconded by Regent Henri, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents approves the list of nominees for honorary doctoral degrees and meritorious service awards, as proposed, for commencement exercises in the spring of 1995, and authorizes Chancellor Lee Gorsuch and Chancellor Marshall Lind to invite the approved nominees and announce their acceptance. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

IX.New Business

A. Academic and Student Affairs Committee

B. Human Resources Committee

Approval of Agreement between the University of Alaska and the Classified Employees Association, Alaska Public Employees Association/AFT (AFL-CIO)

Regent Kelly moved, seconded by Regent Otterbacher, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents accepts the agreement between the University of Alaska and the Classified Employees Association, Alaska Public Employees Association/AFT (AFL-CIO), dated January 20, 1995. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

C. Committee of the Whole

Adoption of FY96 Tuition Rates

Regent Henri moved, seconded by Regent Breeze, and passed, with Regents Gagnon, Breeze, Fate, Ogg, Forrer, Helmericks, Henri, Kelly and Williams voting in favor, and Regents Otterbacher and Stitham voting opposed that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents adopts the following tuition rates for the 95-96 academic year, effective with the 1995 summer session:

Lower division undergraduate

Resident $69

Non-resident $207

Upper division undergraduate

Resident $75

Non-resident $225

Graduate

Resident $150

Non-resident $300

The Board of Regents further moves the elimination of the consolidated fee cap for tuition. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Adoption of Policy 05.10: Tuition and Student Fees

Regent Kelly moved, seconded by Regent Breeze, and passed unanimously that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents adopts Regents' Policy 05.10: Tuition and Student Fees, as contained in Reference 11-B. The administration is authorized to renumber affected policies accordingly. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Resolutions of Appreciation

President Gagnon requested that the following resolutions of appreciation be adopted by unanimous consent.

Resolution of Appreciation for Alison M. Elgee

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee was graduated from the Juneau-Douglas High School, and then received her bachelor's of science degree in business with a major in finance from the University of Idaho at Moscow; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee began her professional public service career in 1976 as a program budget analyst for Budget and Management in the Office of the Governor in Juneau, Alaska; and

WHEREAS, it was as a budget analyst that Alison M. Elgee reviewed, analyzed and made recommendations regarding budget levels for a wide variety of state programs, and began testifying on behalf of the Governor's budget before the House and Senate Finance Committees of the Alaska State Legislature; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee impressed the lawmakers with her competence, professional skills and thorough knowledge of the budgeting process and programmatic issues; and

WHEREAS, in 1979, Alison M. Elgee joined the Division of Legislative Finance for the Alaska State Legislature as a Fiscal Analyst who was staff to the House and Senate Finance Committees; and

WHEREAS, in 1983, Alison M. Elgee joined the Alaska State Department of Education as Special Assistant to the Commissioner, and later served for six months as Administrative Services Director for the State of Alaska's Department of Revenue, and then became Director of Budget Review for the Office of Management and Budget of the Office of the Governor; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee joined the University of Alaska in Spring 1993, as Director of the Statewide Budget Office, and began her service as the chief budget officer for the University of Alaska Statewide System; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee has served the University with distinction as advisor to the University President, the Vice President for Finance, and the Board of Regents on budget and fiscal matters; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee revitalized the design and coordination of the annual University budget process and utilized her considerable experience and talent on behalf of the University's budget proposals as she presented testimony before the Office of the Governor and the Alaska State Legislature; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee provided organizational leadership to the University's decentralized budget process, utilizing the budget decisions of the major administrative units of the University, and coordinating them into unified proposals which brought greater understanding and credibility to the University's processes; and

WHEREAS, Alison M. Elgee performed all her duties with sensitivity to the interests and concerns of others, technical competence, professional skill and amiable unflappability under difficult circumstances related particularly to decreasing state revenues.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Regents recognizes the dedicated service of Alison M. Elgee, and extends to her this official statement of appreciation for her contributions to the University and the advancement of higher education in Alaska; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be appropriately engrossed and conveyed to Alison M. Elgee with a copy incorporated in the official minutes of the February 17, 1995, meeting of the University of Alaska Board of Regents.

PASSED

"The Board of Regents unanimously adopts the resolution of appreciation for Alison M. Elgee as presented. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Resolution of Appreciation for Mary M. Kauffman

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman was born in Baltimore, Maryland, where she was graduated from Archbishop Martin Spaulding High School in 1970 and five years later moved to Fairbanks, Alaska; and

WHEREAS Mary M. Kauffman began her Alaska career as a radio operator during the Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction, and worked at the Tonsina, Glennallen and Sheep Creek construction camps; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and later studied business law and civil litigation with the Fairbanks Association of Legal Assistants; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman joined the Institute of Marine Science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1980 as an administrative assistant where she was involved in various research projects in which she provided coordination between scientists, technicians and subcontractors in the U.S. , Denmark and Belgium; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman has represented the University well as a community volunteer in her activities on behalf of KUAC public radio, the Tanana Valley Legal Secretaries Association, and the National Association of Legal Secretaries; and

WHEREAS, in addition to her University and community service activities, Mary M. Kauffman has a long history of involvement with Fairbanks youth as district commissioner for the Amateur Softball Association, the Immaculate Conception Catholic School Junior High Girls' Basketball Coach and as coach, board member, vice president and president of the Fairbanks Girls' Softball Association; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman's record as coach for the Fairbanks Girls' Softball Association includes seven League championship titles, seven state championship titles and participation in two national tournaments; and

WHEREAS, in 1987, Mary M. Kauffman became the office manager for the Office of the General Counsel of the University of Alaska Statewide System; and

WHEREAS, since 1992, Mary M. Kauffman has served as Regents Affairs Officer for the University of Alaska Board of Regents, providing efficient administrative support to the Board and managing the day-to-day responsibilities of the Office of Regents Affairs with a high degree of professionalism; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman has capably operated the Office of Regents Affairs with competence, sensitivity and diplomacy, providing members of the Board of Regents, the University administration and the University community with accurate and timely information about the proceedings of the Board of Regents; and

WHEREAS, Mary M. Kauffman has graciously undertaken tasks large and small to assist the Regents in the organization of events and activities related to their office, including the writing of countless resolutions of appreciation.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the University of Alaska Board of Regents recognizes the outstanding service and commendable contributions of Mary M. Kauffman and extends this official statement of appreciation for her contributions to higher education in the State of Alaska and to the Board of Regents; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be appropriately engrossed and conveyed to Mary M. Kauffman with a copy incorporated in the official minutes of the February 17, 1995 meeting of the University of Alaska Board of Regents.

PASSED

"The Board of Regents unanimously adopts the resolution of appreciation for Mary M. Kauffman as presented. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Resolution of Appreciation for William R. Kauffman

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman was born in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and was graduated from the Shippensburg Area High School in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman received his bachelors degree in business administration from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in 1969, and his juris doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1972; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman began his career in higher education as Director of Employee Relations for Shippensburg State College in Pennsylvania; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman then became Assistant Attorney General for the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Regional Legal Counsel for the State Colleges at Cheyney, Millersville, Shippensburg and West Chester and with shared responsibility for Kutztown State College; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman became in 1976, the General Counsel for the Board of Regents of the State of Kansas and Legal Counsel to Emporia State University, Fort Hays State University, Kansas Technical Institute, Pittsburg State University and Wichita State University; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman joined the University of Alaska Statewide System as General Counsel in 1986, and since November 1988 has had the additional responsibilities of Vice President; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman skillfully guided the University of Alaska and the Board of Regents through the legal shoals of a major restructuring in 1987-88; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman has worked diligently to provide timely legal advice, counsel and representation to each of the University of Alaska's major administrative units; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman has also represented exceedingly well the University of Alaska in activities in the Alaska Bar Association, the American Corporate Counsel Association, the National Public Employer Labor Relations Association and as a member of the board of directors of the National Association of College and University Attorneys from 1989-1992; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman became involved in the Fairbanks community through his work with Presbyterian Hospitality House, an alternative youth group home for which he served as vice president of the board of directors, and in Alaska as a member of the State's Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Board; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman has helped guide the University of Alaska through challenging times on issues ranging from grievance procedures to protect University students and employees to settlements of major disputes over land and resources; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman has won the esteem of his colleagues and professional peers for his keen insights, leadership, competence and expertise in the field of higher education law; and

WHEREAS, William R. Kauffman has performed all his duties as Vice President and General Counsel of the University with competence, skill, personal credibility and a high standard of excellence.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska takes official recognition of William R. Kauffman's outstanding service to the University and extends to him this statement of recognition and appreciation; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be appropriately engrossed and conveyed to William R. Kauffman with a copy to be incorporated in the official minutes of the February 17, 1995, meeting of the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska.

PASSED

"The Board of Regents unanimously adopts the resolution of appreciation for William R. Kauffman as presented. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

Analysis of Impact of Elimination of Consolidate Fee Cap

Regent Forrer moved, seconded by Regent Stitham, and passed, with Regents Gagnon, Breeze, Fate, Ogg, Forrer, Helmericks, Kelly, Otterbacher, Stitham, and Williams voting in favor, and Regent Henri voting opposed that:

PASSED

"The Board of Regents directs the administration to immediately analyze Regent Kelly's proposal for possible modification to the tuition structure to reduce the impact of the elimination of the consolidated fee cap, and report to the Board of Regents at its April 1995 meeting. This motion is effective February 17, 1995."

D. Nominating Committee

Regent Dan Ogg, on behalf of the Nominating Committee, presented the Committee's recommendations for Board officers to be elected at the June 2, 1995 Board of Regents meeting:

President: Sharon Gagnon

Vice-President: Michael P. Kelly

Secretary: Mary Jane Fate

Treasurer: R. Danforth Ogg

He also reported that the Committee would next meet at the June 1995 meeting and that Board members who were interested in serving in an officer position would still be considered at that time.

X. Discussion of Commencement Schedule

A tentative schedule of Spring 1995 Commencements was presented to the Board. The official schedule will be approved by the Board at the April 1995 meeting.

XI. Planned Presentation: WAMI Program

Dr. Michael Dimino, Director of the Biomedical Program at UAA, described the University of Washington School of Medicine's WAMI Program and discussed University of Alaska participation in this program.

XII. President's and Chancellors' Status Reports

Chancellor Marshall Lind commented on the challenge given to the administration regarding the tuition proposal: assuring the students that quality education is the goal and also getting better support from the community to help financially assist students as tuition continues to rise. Chancellor Lind reported that Commissioner of Education Jerry Covey would be joining the faculty of UAS on a special contract; and that Scott Foster would be joining the staff as Public Information Officer and is currently the host of the PBS television show "Rain Country." He reported that many students are expressing interest in a course of study at UAS in Marine Biology and that the issue of UAF research cooperation will need to be addressed in the near future. He expressed his appreciation of the concern regarding UAS housing. He reported that credit hours are up 16 percent, headcount is up 24 percent and full-time headcount is up 9 percent over last spring.

Chancellor Lee Gorsuch announced the appointments of Janet Hillyer as Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services, Doug Hammer as Associate Vice Chancellor for Community and Technology Development, Alice Crow as Director of Native Student Services; and that UAA is in the final stages of hiring for the Director of Personnel Services and for the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies.

Chancellor Joan Wadlow reported on meetings held with parents of college bound students, high school teachers and counselors to get up-to-date information regarding UAF and suggestions on ways to improve in the area of retention; deferred maintenance progress; receipt of a $2.4 million training grant for extensive training of 7-12 grade teachers in the sciences and mathematics; other awards recently granted to UAF; program assessment results in the summer sessions area; and volunteer programs being conducted at UAF including a May 22 Flower Planting Party. Chancellor Wadlow concluded by invited Board members to attend an art auction on May 13 in support of the University of Alaska Museum.

XIII.Administrative Status Reports

Due to time considerations, no administrative reports were given.

XIV. President's and Regents' Comments

Regent Breeze thanked Marshall and Lois Lind for hosting the Thursday evening dinner and thanked the staff for a good meeting.

Regent Henri thanked Mary and Bill Kauffman and Alison Elgee for their excellent service.

Regent Stitham expressed her frustration with not having advance notice of the elimination of the consolidated fee cap; thanked Alison Elgee for her service; and congratulated the University administration for the remarkable progress made during the last eight years.

Regent Forrer thanked Mary and Bill Kauffman..

Regent Helmericks thanked Mary and Bill Kauffman for their services and wished Alison Elgee the best in her new position with the state.

President Gagnon thanked Mary and Bill Kauffman and Alison Elgee for their excellent service; and thanked the staff for their hard work at the meeting.

XV. Adjourn

President Gagnon adjourned the meeting at 3:35 p.m.

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