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2 r;37 January 21, :986 Regular Meeting 6:25 p.m. PRELMNARES REGULAR MEETNG APPKOVAL OF AGENDA/PUBLC NOTCE MNUTES RES GNA Tl ON PERSONNEL cmployment OF PERSONNEL LEAVES SALARY SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS l:ludget AMENDMENTS WARRANTS ljonatons WAVER OF BDS Before the meeting officially convened, President Adams welcomed Mrs. Lantz, who was in attendance. Mrs. Roach introduced Ms. Yvette Coursey, who is supervisor of Agency on Aging in the Department of Health and Human Services in Chicago. Dr. Adams cal led upon Dr. Hunter, Dr. Young, and Ms. Greene to introduce faculty, students, and media personnel in attendance, respectively. He cal led upon Dr. Hunter, who reported that Mr. W1 iam Dery wil not be present this evening but wi be recognized at the February meeting; and she introducea Dr. Hettie Wil iams, who has been selectea by American Association of Women in Community and Junior Colleges To be a National Leader in a worksnop ThaT is part of a six-month program. Dr. Wi iams thanked the Board and the College for the institutional support and noted that she wi submit a written report at the conclusion of her participation. Dr. Otto was cal led upon to introduce Mrs. Muriel Schwartz, who is retiring after 20 years of service. Dr. Otto gave background information on her and her work with the College and cal led upon Mr. Al Robertson, retired Executive Director of the BCC Foundation, who commended Mrs. Schwartz highly for her work in his office and gave family background information on her. Dr. Adams made appropriate remarks and presented Mrs. Schwartz with a plaque in appreciation for her years of service to Broward Community College. Dr. Crawford was cal led upon to introduce Dr. Price Cobbs, who is presenting a series of seminars at the College. Dr. Adams noted that he wi mention the seminars further in his President's Report, Agenda tem #23. Dr. Adams cal led upon Dr. Bielen to introduce Mr. W. Hal Whaley, who is retiring after 17 years of service. He gave background information on him and affirmed Mr. Whaley is a person of integrity in every respect and is the foundation upon which BCC's financial program has been bui t. Dr. Adams made appropriate remarks concerning Mr. Whaley's dedicated service, commended his good work for the Co' lege, and presented him with a plaque in appreciation for his years of service. Mr. Whaley received a standing ovation from those in attendance. The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was cal led to order on January 21, 1986, by Vice-Chairman Payne in the Board Room of Offices, 225 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Payne, Mr. Lantz, Mrs. Roach, Mr. Hulmes (Attorney for the Board Adams. at approximately 6:25 p.m. the College Administrative n attendance were Mr. of Trustees), and President n accordance with provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act, motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to approve the agenda and acknowledge the pub ic notice of the meeting by announcement appearing in a newspaper of general circulation in Broward County. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #2 in Supplemental Minute Upon the recommendation of the President, motion was made approve the minutes for the meeting of December 17, dissenting vote. (See Enc osure # for Agenda tern #3 in by Roach, seconded by Lantz, to Motion carried without a approve the resignation of the fol lowing personnel: Ful -time Professional: Katrinka Goram, Wilmer Hal Whaley, ldel McLaughlin, and Dr. Robert Lacey; Ful -time Classified: Bobby Atterberry, Lani Eckinger, Constance Hami ton, John Jonas, Darrel Downham, Muriel Schwartz, and Andre Wi iams; Part-time Professional: None; Part-time Classified: The 21 people isted in Enclosure # for Agenda tem #4. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #4 in Upon The recommendation of the President, motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to approve the employment of the fol lowing personnel: Ful -time Professional: Howard Sorkin, Michael Ohanian, Hyman Meltzer, Carole Langlois, and John O'Del; Ful -time Classified: Nina Randal ; Part-time Professional: The 20 people isted in Enclosure # for Agenda tem #5; Part-time Classified: The 19 people isted in Enclosure # for Agenda tem #5. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #5 in approve Budget Amendments #10 and #. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #8 in Upon the recommendation of the President, approve the warrants for December, warrants in the Comptroller's Office.) motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See accept the donation of 150 copies of a book from Habi itat, nc. for use among students as specified. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #10 in n accordance with State Board of Education Rules, motion was made by Roach, seconded by Lantz, to approve the purchase of television advertisement for Term class announcements for College Relations for an estimated amount of $20,000. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure #1, tem A, for Agenda tem #11 in

3 ~38 WAVEK OF BDS (Continued) BDS STATE CONTRAGT ORDEKS CUNTKACTS 1n a~cordance with State Board of Education Rules, motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to approve the purchase ot protective vests for pol ice training, CJ, in the amount of $2,513. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure #, tem B, for Agenda tern # in Supp ementa Minute Motion was made by Roach, seconded by Lantz, to accept low bid meeting terms, specifications, and conditions, and to award contract to furnish and instal pylon sign at South Regional Library, to Melweb Signs, Daytona Beach, FL; subject to successful bidder's comp iance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by the Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2870 in Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to reject Bid #2871 for modification to chi led water system. Fort Lauderdale Center, and to review terms, specifications, and conditions for rebidding at a later date. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2871 in Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to reject Bid #2876 for office supplies, College Stores, and to review terms, sepciflcations, and conditions for rebidding at a later date. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2876 in Supplemental Minute Book Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to accept low bids meeting terms, specif ications and conditions and to award contract, item by item, for computer software and graphics cards, Central Campus, to 9 to 5 Supply, Fort Lauderdale, FL, for tems A and B, and cancellation of tem C from the bid because the College is purchasing the upgraded version of dbase through standard purchasing procedures; subject to successful bidder's comp iance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by the Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2877 in Bid #~878 for printing of Al ied Health brochure, al campuses, came in under bid imit. Purchase wi 11 be made according to standard purchasing procedures. (See Bid #2878 in Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to accept low bid meeting terms, specifications, and conditions and to award contract tor shelving, North Campus, to Wimer-Stubbs, Boca Raton, FL; subject to successful bidder's comp iance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by the Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2879 in Motion was made by Roach, seconded by Lantz, to accept low bids meeting terms, specifications, and conditions and to award contracts, item by item, for chairs and tables for North Campus Library, to Space Environments, Lighthouse Point, FL, and East Library nteriors, Hampden, MA; subject to successful bidders' comp\ iance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2880 in Supplemental Minute Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to accept low bid meeting terms, specifications, and conditions and to award contract for panel system, Fort Lauderdale Center renovation project, to Office Systems of Florida, Fort Lauderdale, FL ; subject to successful bidder's compliance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by the Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2881 in Bid #2882 for free-standing furniture, Fort Lauderdale Center renovation project, was deferred for further evaluation. (See Bid #2882 in Motion was made by Lantz, seconded by Roach, to accept low bids meeting terms, specifications and conditions and to award contracts, item by item, for audio visual equipment, Learning Resources, Central Campus, to Miami Audio Visual, Miami, FL; Blumberg Communications, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Central Audio Visual, Fort Lauderdale, FL; and Florida Video Systems, Fort Lauderdale, FL; subject to successful bidders' comp iance with al pertinent laws in the State of Florida and instructions as determined by the Attorney for the Board of Trustees. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Bid #2883 in State Contract Orders for computer products, two passenger vans,! ton cargo van, computer products, and pol ice pursuit vehicle were presented tor information only. (See Enclosure # tor Agenda tem #13 in approve the fol lowing contracts: (-Al License agreement with EUREKA for the use of Micro Ski s, computer software for the BM PC XT; (1-B) Agreement reached between the School Board of Broward County and BCC covering al location of training responsibi ities; (-Cl Renta agreement with Costume Wor d for Go d Coast Opera Production of "E ix i r of Love"; (1-Dl Renewal of parking lease with Landmark First National Bank of Fort Lauderdale for 60 parking spaces immediately north of the Fort Lauderdale Center; Cl-E) Renewal of lease agreement of nspection Station on North Perry Airport site from Broward County; (1-F) Agreement with Smith, Korach, Hayet, Haynie Partnership for architectural services to develop specifications for the repair of overhangs at Central Campus at $75 per hour, not to exceed $4,875; (1-G) Agreement with Smith, Korach, Hayet, Haynie Partnership for col legewide roof repairs at $75 per hour, not to exceed $26,250; (1-H) Agreement with Dick Fendenheim for the repair of scoreboards for intercollegiate athletics for the period January - June, 1986; and (1-1) Agreement with the Department of Health and Rehabi itative Services to provide instruction through Weekend College. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosures #1-A through #1-1 for Agenda tem #14 in Supplemental Minute Book. l

4 ONTRACTS <Continued) HANGE ORDERS RANTS OLCES AND DATES FUR RADUATON ONSTRUCTON EPORT PECAL REPORTS AMPUS REPORTS LEGSLATVE EPORTS RES DENT'S EPORT approve the fol lowing contracts: (2) Construction - none; (3) Cultural Affairs - none; (4) Rental of Bailey Hal /Omni - Coldwel Banker Klock Company Realtors, Distributive Education Award Ceremony; Justin Smith & Associates, Nova University Community Singers, and Mother Natures Pantry; (5) Student Activities - City Ramblers; (6) Consultant/ Performance - The 32 consultants/performances isted in Enclosure #6; (7) Maintenance/ Service - SAVN, Metropolitan Microforms, Sonitrol, SCAN-TRON, Motorola, and DALOG. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosures #2 through #7 for Agenda tem# 14 in approve Change Order #9, for the renovation of the Fort Lauderdale Center project. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #15 in Supplemental Minute Book. J amend Pol icy 6Hx (Student Fees and Charges) as specified. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosures # and #1-A for Agenda tem #17 in Supplemental Minute approve the candidates tor graduation on December 20, Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #18 in The Construction Report was presented for information only. President Adams cal led attentio to the series of events and resultant freeze of PECO al locations tor fiscal year 1986, as out ined in the Report. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #19 in Dr. Betty Adkins reported on the growth and progress of Open College noting a 49.9% increase over last year. Brochures, pamphlets, and survey results were distributed to Beard members. Dr. Adams commended her for her good work. Dr. Adams distributed a copy and delineated to Board members BCC's 1986 Legislative Requests that are being prepared for submission to the fourthcoming Legislative Session. He also distributed a brochure from Southeast Florida Educational Consortium outlining a priority ist for pub ic and private higher education for Southeast Florida. (See Agenda tem #22 in The President mentioned the fol lowing items in his report to the Trustees: A letter from Clark Maxwel was distributed to Trustees indicating the SBCC had reviewed Audit Report #10583 and found it was a good report. (See Supplemental Minute Book. ) Trustees were invited to the professional development seminars being given by Dr. Price Cobbs, and a schedule and brief explanation of the seminars were distributed to the Trustees. An article concerning affirmative action, taken from the Chronicle of Higher Education, was distributed to Trustees. i ': f,' - p -,- ~J ii ~h ' First National Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1 s Birthday was held at Omni on Friday, January 17, 1986, co-sponsored by BCC and the -Pompano CQoistian Pastors Counci. Senator Julian Bond was the guest speaker, and BCC was presented a resolution from the Pompano Christian Pastors Counci. (See Supplemental Minute ONTHLY MLEAGE i'\ll ED HEAL TH tenter CAMPU~ STUDENT SUBSTANCE BUSE POL CY TATEMENT NTERNATONAL TUDY PROGRAMS TUDENT APPEAL OSEPH LAWTHER Dr. Carl Crawford and Dr. Malcolm Black were recognized by Governor Graham in St. Augustine on January 20, 1986, at a reception honoring "Who's Who Among Black Americans." Mr. Hal was recognized earlier today in Tampa for his active participation in Career Da at the HRS Juvenile Detention Center. approve the typical monthly mileage allowance provided by law and rules for Dr. Carol Findley. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # tor Agenda tem #24 in approve the substance abuse pol icy statement for Al ied Health students. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #25 in Supplemental Minute Book. ) accept the low quotations, with the exception of one case, for 1986 Summer Study-Tours as specified and as fol lows: 14th Annual European Study Tour to Central Europe-First National Travel Service, ln.c.; Human.ities/Fashion European Study Tour-Gui iver's Travel, nc.; Japan, China, and Hong Kong Study-Tour-Gulliver's Travel, nc.; European ndustry/technology Study- Tour-J.J. Travel, nc. Motion carried without a dissenti'ng vote; <see Enclosure # for Agenda tem #26 in President Adams reviewed policy and procedures for student appeal; set the guidelines; affirmed that the Trustees had access to the complete records and documentation in this case; and gave a chronology of events leading to this evening's appeal to the Board. He then cal led upon Dr. Thomas to summarize the College's position. She reviewed essential facts in the case.

5 r--g40 STUDENT APPEAL JOSEPH LAWTHER (Continued) CCS MARBELLA PROJECT NDA PROJECT ADJOURNMENT Mr. Payne then welcomed Mr. Lawther, told him that the Board had reviewed al appropriate materials, and asked him to present his case., Mr. Lawther said there were two instructors involved in his case. Ms. Bl inchnikoff had been mentioned in the materials, but Ms. Shirley Corbett had not been mentioned. He said he did fail two cl inicals and was dismissed from the program. He said al the facts are contained in his appeal letter on the discrimination. Mr. Payne asked Mr. Lawther if he affirmed his thoughts in that letter. Mr. Lawther answered in the affirmative and added that his ti le has many discrepancies. Mr. Payne stated that the Board wi be reviewing these further and asked if he had anything further to tel the Board. Mr. Lawther said that everyone he talks to has not looked closely at the facts. Mr. Lantz asked if he acknowledged he failed the courses. Mr. Lawther said he could not dispute the record. Mr. Lawther stated that his ti le and appeal have to be looked at closely. Dr. Adams asked if he contends the Nursing personnel have not looked closely at this case. Mr. Lawther rep ied that he was not sure it had been scrutinized from the student viewpoint. Dr. Thomas reported that any student who fai s two nursing courses is recommended to be enrol led in an LPN program and then must request reentry into the Nursing program. She further stated that that pol icy was reviewed by the Office of Civi Rights in Atlanta and OCR affirmed that pol icy is appropriate and was uniformly applied to al students, and Mr. Lawther was a student at that time. Dean Malter said she chaired two meetings reviewing his case; and she stated the members were professionals, were student oriented, and were open and fair. Mr. Payne closed the hearing and requested Board members to report their recommendation to the President as soon as possible. Dr. Adams stated that upon hearing the decision of the Board, he wi send the decision to Mr. Lawther by certified mail. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #27 in nternational assignments by College personnel parcticipating in the CCS Marbel la project were reported on briefly.by Dr. Adams and Dr. Greene for information only. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #28 in Assignments by College personnel participating in the ndia project were on briefly by Dr. Adams and Dr. Greene for information only. (See Enclosure # em #29 in irman declared the meeting adjourned at approximately 7:20 p.m. February 18, 1986 Regular Meeting 7:55 p.m. PRELMNARES REGULAR MEETNG AGENDA/PUBLC NOTCE MNUTES refore the meeting officially convened, President Adams cal led upon Dr. George Mehal is, for Dr. Hunter, and Ms. Greene to introduce faculty members and media personnel in attendance, respectively. Dr. Reno was cal led upon to introduce Mr. Wil iam Dery, Department Head of Experiential Learning, Cooperative Education, and Automotive Technology, South Campus. The Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) was selected by the United States Department of Education as a qua ity program in Technical Education and is rated one of the top nine vocational programs in the nation. Mr. Dery reported that the placement rate for the 22 graduates is 100%. He distributed materials concerning the Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program to Board members. Dr. Otto was cal led upon to present student graduates of the General Motors program who comprise the first BCC alumni group. Dr. Bryant passed among the Board members the layout of Volume of BCC Focus, the alumni magazine. Dr. Bryant introducted Mestor Teramo, President of the Alumni Chapter of the Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEPJ. Mr. Teramo presented members of the Board with an ASEP alumni shirt, "GO FOR T!" icense tag, and introduced officers of the Chapter as fol lows: Jose Musa, Vice President; David Clark, Secretary; Craig Smith, Treasurer; Ron Lubic, Par imentarian; Victor Spires, Activities Chairman; and Mike Boyett, Fundraising Chairman. Dr. Adams expressed commendations to the group for their accomplishments and thanked Dr. Bryant for his alumni efforts. The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was cal led to order at approximately 7:55 p.m. on February 18, 1986, by Chairman Schlesinger in the Board Room of the College Administrative Off ices, 225 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. n attendance were Mr. Schlesinger, Mr. Lantz, Mrs. Roach, Mrs. Wi lkov, Mr. Hulmes (Attorney for the Board of Trustees), and President Adams. n accordance with provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act, motion was made by Roach, seconded by Wi lkov, to approve the agenda and to acknowledge the pub ic notice of the meeting by announcement appearing in a newspaper of general circulation in Broward County. Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem #2 in approve the minutes for the meeting of January 21, Motion carried without a dissenting vote. (See Enclosure # for Agenda tem 1/3 in