AWARD DEGREES & CERTIFICATES TO THE APPROVED LIST OF CANDIDATES MAY 2015

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1 Trustee Resolution # AWARD DEGREES & CERTIFICATES TO THE APPROVED LIST OF CANDIDATES MAY 2015 WHEREAS, in compliance with NYS Education Law, 355 (1) (e), Part 604, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees must approve a list of May 2015 candidates for degrees and certificates; and WHEREAS, the faculty and registrar will attest to the accuracy of said candidate list pending successful completion of spring 2015 semester course work; and WHEREAS, the College President recommends that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees approve said candidates; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees does hereby approve the list of May 2015 candidates for degrees and certificates pending successful completion of spring 2015 semester course work. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on M. Joan Geise, Chair of the Board I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on the 1st day of April 2015 and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

2 APPROVE FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE S PARTICIPATION IN THE SUNY DISTINGUISHED FACULTY RANKS PROGRAM Trustee Resolution # WHEREAS, created by the State University Board of Trustees as a prestigious system-level distinction, the Distinguished Faculty Rank (DFR) programs recognize and reward SUNY s finest and most accomplished faculty; and WHEREAS, the Distinguished Faculty Rank program encourages ongoing commitment to excellence, kindle intellectual vibrancy, elevate the standards of instruction and enrich contributions to public service; and WHEREAS, this program demonstrates the State University s pride and gratitude for the consummate professionalism, the groundbreaking scholarship, the exceptional instruction and the breadth and significance of service contributions of its faculty; and WHEREAS, Distinguished Faculty are automatically members of the SUNY Distinguished Academy, which encourages a renewed commitment to quality instruction, service to campuses and the State, and strong leadership development for newer faculty; and WHEREAS, FLCC wishes to participate in this program because the college has exemplary full professors who are viable candidates to receive this distinguished award; and WHEREAS, the College President and Provost, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs have thoughtfully considered the college s participation in the SUNY Distinguished Faculty Ranks program and recommend that the college participate; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Education & Planning Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves Finger Lakes Community College s participation in the SUNY Distinguished Faculty Ranks program effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

3 Trustee Resolution # APPROVE FACULTY PROMOTIONS WHEREAS, the FLCC Teaching Faculty collective bargaining agreement states that teaching faculty members may be promoted in their respective positions each year; and WHEREAS, the Promotion Committee has completed its deliberations and recommends that the following teaching faculty be approved for promotion in the academic year: From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor Sarah Morgan Mary Murphy Jonathan Weissman From Associate Professor to Professor Barbara Chappell Bryan Ingham Jon Palzer WHEREAS, the College President and College Officers have reviewed the recommended list and concur with this recommendation; and WHEREAS, the College President recommends FLCC Board of Trustees approval of the aforementioned faculty promotions; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees does hereby approve the aforementioned faculty members for promotion in the academic year. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on M. Joan Geise, Chair of the Board I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness where of, I have

4 Trustee Document # APPROVE NAMING THE HARRY G. BURT CLASSROOM IN THE FLCC VITICULTURE AND WINE CENTER WHEREAS, Harry G. Burt served with dedication and distinction as a member of the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees from April 1995 through June 2012, and as a member of the Finger Lakes Community College Foundation Board of Directors from June 2012 through November 30, 2014; and WHEREAS, over the course of his tenure as a trustee, Mr. Burt held significant leadership roles, including Board Chairman , Vice Chairman , Secretary , Finance Committee Chairman , and trustee liaison to the FLCC Projects Committee, and served on several committees including Buildings and Grounds, Curriculum and Planning and the Finance and Facilities Committee; and WHEREAS, for many years, Mr. Burt tirelessly advocated for the development of the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Technology program that was approved by SUNY in 2009; and WHEREAS, Mr. Burt provided valuable vision and leadership toward the successful completion of two major College projects: approval of the Cornell Agricultural and Food Technology Park in Geneva as the site of the new FLCC Viticulture and Wine Center, and the transfer of ownership of the Geneva Middle School to Ontario County for the creation of the FLCC Geneva Campus Center; and WHEREAS, Mr. Burt served as a role model for the entire FLCC community as a successful businessman as well as through his unwavering commitment to numerous civic and community organizations; and WHEREAS, Mr. Burt s exemplary service to FLCC, its students and higher education in the Finger Lakes region will serve as a model for all present and future members of the Board; and WHEREAS, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees wishes to bestow this naming honor on Harry G. Burt with sincere appreciation for his unwavering commitment to Finger Lakes Community College and its mission to transform lives; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves naming the Harry G. Burt Classroom in the FLCC Viticulture and Wine Center effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

5 Trustee Resolution # APPROVE NAMING THE WALTER S. TAYLOR, FOUNDER BULLY HILL VINEYARDS WINERY AT THE FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE VITICULTURE AND WINE CENTER WHEREAS, Lillian Taylor has made a generous financial gift to the FLCC Foundation, Inc. to support the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Center and the FLCC Viticulture and Wine Technology program; and WHEREAS, in collaboration with the FLCC Board of Trustees, the FLCC Foundation, Inc. has established a naming opportunity program to recognize and honor generous financial contributions; and WHEREAS, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees wishes to bestow this naming honor on Lillian Taylor with sincere appreciation for her commitment to Finger Lakes Community College and its mission to transform lives; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves naming the Walter S. Taylor, Founder, BULLY HILL VINEYARDS Winery effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

6 Trustee Resolution # APPROVE NAMING THE GREGG LEARNED, WINEMAKER BULLY HILL VINEYARDS LAB AT THE FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE VITICULTURE AND WINE CENTER WHEREAS, BULLY HILL VINEYARDS has made a generous financial gift to the FLCC Foundation, Inc. to support the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Center and the FLCC Viticulture and Wine Technology program; and WHEREAS, in collaboration with the FLCC Board of Trustees, the FLCC Foundation, Inc. has established a naming opportunity program to recognize and honor generous financial contributions; and WHEREAS, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees wishes to bestow this naming honor on BULLY HILL with sincere appreciation for their commitment to Finger Lakes Community College and its mission to transform lives; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves naming the Gregg Learned, Winemaker BULLY HILL VINEYARDS Lab effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

7 Trustee Resolution # APPROVE NAMING THE JOHN AND JOSEPHINE INGLE JR. HERON HILL WINERY TASTING BAR AT THE FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE VITICULTURE AND WINE CENTER WHEREAS, John and Josephine Ingle Jr. and Heron Hill Winery have made a generous financial gift to the FLCC Foundation, Inc. to support the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Center and the FLC Viticulture and Wine Technology program; and WHEREAS, in collaboration with the FLCC Board of Trustees, the FLCC Foundation, Inc. has established a naming opportunity program to recognize and honor generous financial contributions; and WHEREAS, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees wishes to bestow this naming honor on John and Josephine Ingle, Jr. and Heron Hill Winery with sincere appreciation for their commitment to Finger Lakes Community College and its mission to transform lives; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves naming the John and Josephine Ingle Jr. Heron Hill Winery Tasting Bar effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

8 APPROVE NAMING THE JOHN C. BRITTING REFERENCE COLLECTION IN THE CHARLES M. MEDER LIBRARY Trustee Resolution # WHEREAS, John C. Britting steadfastly supported and promoted the mission of Finger Lakes Community College as a founding member of the CCFL/FLCC Board of Trustees; and WHEREAS, Mr. Britting served as a trustee for thirty-three years from , thus making him the longest serving member of the CCFL/FLCC Board of Trustees; and WHEREAS, during his tenure as a trustee, Mr. Britting served as Chair of the Personnel Committee (1981 and ) and Chair of the Board ( and ); and WHEREAS, Mr. Britting received the Distinguished Service Award in 1996, and was awarded the distinction of Trustee Emeritus on May, 18, 1998; and WHEREAS, Mr. Britting s numerous community activities include serving on the Phelps Board of Education, service as a member of the Phelps Rotary Club and the Phelps Historical Society, and volunteer service at the Phelps Library and Literacy Volunteers; and WHEREAS, Mr. Britting s exemplary service to CCFL/FLCC, its students and higher education in the Finger Lakes region continues to serve as a model for all present and future members of the Board; and WHEREAS, the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees wishes to bestow this naming honor on John C. Britting with sincere appreciation for his unwavering commitment to Finger Lakes Community College and its mission to transform lives; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees hereby approves naming the John C. Britting Reference Collection in the Charles M. Meder Library effective immediately. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the FLCC Board of Trustees sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of April 2015.

9 Trustee Resolution # GRANT A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT: SARAH BUTLER, GRAPHIC DESIGNER-PROJECT COORDINATOR WHEREAS, Sarah Butler, a Professional Association administrative employee, has received a satisfactory annual evaluation from her immediate supervisor, and; WHEREAS, the College President and the Chief Advancement Officer recommends that Ms. Butler receive an administrative appointment; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Education & Planning Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees does hereby grant an administrative appointment to Sarah Butler, Graphic Designer-Project Coordinator, effective on October 12, Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College, sponsored by Ontario County, at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness where of, I have

10 Trustee Resolution # GRANT A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT: JEFFREY KIDD, VIDEO ENGINEER & TECHNICIAN WHEREAS, Jeffrey Kidd, a Professional Association administrative employee, has received a satisfactory annual evaluation from his immediate supervisor, and; WHEREAS, the College President and the Provost, Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs recommends that Mr. Kidd receive an administrative appointment; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Education & Planning Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees does hereby grant an administrative appointment to Jeffrey Kidd, Video Engineer & Technician, effective on October 12, Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College, sponsored by Ontario County, at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness where of, I have

11 Trustee Resolution # GRANT A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT: MICHAEL MERRIMAN, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS WHEREAS, Michael Merriman, a Professional Association administrative employee, has received a satisfactory annual evaluation from his immediate supervisor, and; WHEREAS, the College President and the Vice President of Enrollment Management recommends that Mr. Merriman receive an administrative appointment; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Education & Planning Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Finger Lakes Community College Board of Trustees does hereby grant an administrative appointment to Michael Merriman, Associate Director of Admissions, effective on November 1, Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College, sponsored by Ontario County, at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness where of, I have

12 Trustee Resolution # BID ACCEPTANCE: MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF BOILER SYSTEMS WHEREAS, the Ontario County Purchasing Director advertised for and received bids for the maintenance and repair of boiler systems, bid B15029, for Finger Lakes Community College; and WHEREAS, college personnel have reviewed said bids and determined that the low responsive/responsible bid for contracts #1 and #2 meet the specifications; and WHEREAS, the specifications for bid B15029 allow an option for renewal for two additional twelve-month periods for a total of three years, if mutually agreeable by both parties; and WHEREAS, Emcor Services Betlem provided the low responsive/responsible bid for maintenance and repair of boiler systems for contracts #1 and #2 for Finger Lake Community College; and WHEREAS, based on the bid estimate, the total annual cost for contract #1 would be $2, plus the cost of any repairs and parts needed, and the annual cost for contract #2 would be $1, plus the cost of any repairs and parts needed, and the rate for on demand repairs during business hours is $84.00 per hour, for nights and weekends is $ per hour, and for holidays is $ per hour for both contracts #1 and #2, and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Finance & Facilities Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees hereby accepts the bid of Emcor Services Betlem, 704 Clinton Ave. South, Rochester, NY for maintenance and repair of boiler systems for FLCC for a total annual cost for contract #1 of $2, plus the cost of any repairs and parts needed, and the total annual cost for contract #2 of $1, plus the cost of any repairs and parts needed, and the rate for on demand repairs during business hours is $84.00 per hour, for nights and weekends is $ per hour, and for holidays is $ per hour for both contracts #1 and #2; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution be sent to the FLCC Vice President of Administration & Finance, the FLCC Director of Facilities & Grounds and the Ontario County Purchasing Director. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have

13 BID RENEWAL: PURCHASE OF LAPTOPS AND PRINTERS Trustee Resolution # WHEREAS, resolution dated, June 5, 2013, awarded a contract for the purchase of laptops and printers, bid B13054, for Finger Lakes Community College; and WHEREAS, the bid specifications allow for up to two additional twelve-month renewal periods for a total of three years, if mutually agreeable by both parties; and WHEREAS, this would be the second and final renewal available for an additional twelve-month period from June 5, 2015 through June 4, 2016; and WHEREAS, this is a demand contract, therefore, the annual cost will depend on the items and quantities ordered and the budget available; and WHEREAS, Toshiba America Information Systems have agreed to renew the purchase of laptops at the current price structure indicated in the bid; and WHEREAS, Fusion Digital LLC decided not to renew the bid for the laser jet printers; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Finance & Facilities Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees hereby accepts the bid renewal from Toshiba America Information Systems, 8123 S. Hardy Dr., Tempe, AZ 85284, item: laptops at a cost of $ each; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution be sent to the FLCC Vice President of Administration & Finance, the FLCC Director of Information Technology, and the Ontario County Purchasing Director. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness where of, I have

14 Trustee Resolution # REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPT ORDERING AND DISTRIBUTION SERVICE WHEREAS, the Ontario County Purchasing Director advertised for and received a request for proposal for electronic transcript ordering and distribution services, RFP R15014, for Finger Lakes Community College; and WHEREAS, college personnel have reviewed the request for proposal and determined that the proposal from Parchment, Inc. meets the specifications; and WHEREAS, the award of this request for proposal shall be for a term of one year and the specifications for RFP R15014 allow an option for renewal for two additional twelve-month periods for a total of three years, if mutually agreeable by both parties; and WHEREAS, based on the request for proposal, the cost per transcript is $2.00 for electronic delivery for an estimated annual cost of $18,000 and this is a demand contract, therefore, the annual cost will depend on the number of transcripts processed; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Finance & Facilities Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees hereby accepts the request for proposal of Parchment, Inc., 6263 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 330, Scottsdale, AZ for electronic transcript ordering and distribution services for FLCC at a cost per transcript of $2.00 for electronic delivery for an estimated annual cost of $18,000; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution be sent to the FLCC Vice President of Administration & Finance, the FLCC Vice President of Enrollment Management, and the Ontario County Purchasing Director. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have

15 Trustee Resolution # REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS WHEREAS, the Ontario County Purchasing Director advertised for and received a proposal for a job hazard analysis, RFP R15026, for Finger Lakes Community College; and WHEREAS, college personnel have reviewed the request for proposal and determined that the proposal from Day Environmental, Inc. meets the specifications; and WHEREAS, this award shall be for a term from April 2, 2015 through November 30, 2015; and WHEREAS, based on the request for proposal, the total project cost would be $17,030.00, and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Finance & Facilities Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees hereby accepts the proposal of Day Environmental, Inc., 1563 Lyell Ave., Rochester, NY for a job hazard analysis at a cost of $17, for a term from April 2, 2015 through November 30, 2015; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution be sent to the FLCC Vice President of Administration & Finance and the Ontario County Purchasing Director. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof, I have

16 Trustee Resolution # AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH WHEREAS, Finger Lakes Community College desires to enter into an agreement with Our Lady of Peace Parish in order to lease property located at 48 Pulteney St., Geneva, NY, County of Ontario, State of New York at an annual rental fee of $36,000; and WHEREAS, the current lease with Finger Lakes Community College and Ontario County will expire on March 31, 2015; and WHEREAS, Finger Lakes Community College and Our Lady of Peace parish have mutually agreed that the terms of said lease shall be for a one year agreement from to March 31, 2016, at an annual rental fee of $36,000; and WHEREAS, tenant shall have the option to renew this Lease on a quarterly basis for up to twelve months, with quarterly payments of $10,500 per quarter, if mutually agreed by both parties; and WHEREAS, said property is being leased for educational purposes during construction of the permanent FLCC Geneva Campus Center; and WHEREAS, the College President recommends FLCC Board of Trustees approval of a lease agreement with Our Lady of Peace Parish for the aforementioned property; and WHEREAS, the FLCC Board of Trustees Finance & Facilities Committee has reviewed and approved this resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the FLCC Board of Trustees authorizes the FLCC Vice President of Administration & Finance to sign said lease on behalf of the College. Approved by the FLCC Board of Trustees at the meeting on M. Joan Geise, Chair of the Board I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the Resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of Finger Lakes Community College sponsored by Ontario County at their regular meeting held on and entered in the minutes thereof. That said copy is a true and correct transcript of the whole of said resolution, in witness whereof I have

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