Board of Trustees
Minutes of the June 21, 2005 Regular Board Meeting

CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
Vice Chairwoman Donna Peluso called the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees to order in the Boardroom at 8:10 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.

Present: Mr. Becker, Mrs. Del Giudice, Mr. Kubiczky, Ms. Peluso, Mr. Stam, Ms. Viverito, Ms. Woodside.

Absent: Mr. Stephens.

APPROVAL OF BOARD MINUTES
Ms. Viverito made a motion, seconded by Mr. Becker, to approve the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of May 17, 2005. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

COMMENTS ON THIS AGENDA
Vice Chairwoman Peluso noted that there are revised pages 1, 2, 3, and 8 in the Human Resources Report.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
None.

REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS – Employee Groups
None.

STUDENT SENATE REPORT
TCSA President Erica Avalos reported that the Student Senate met today and senators are developing plans for the upcoming academic year, including leadership building and events with administrators and the Board of Trustees.

BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS
Finance/Maintenance & Operations
None.

Academic Affairs/Student Services
None.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
Outstanding Adjunct Faculty of the Year Awards were presented to Carol DeBiak of the Learning Resource Center and ABE Instructor Helen Rehn. Both were applauded for their work for the students and the community.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT
President Patricia Granados reported that enrollment is up 4.74 percent for the semester. She thanked Institutional Research Director Ileana Rodriguez for the 10th Day Enrollment At-A-Glance Report. Dr. Granados noted that distance education is continuing to grow. She noted that it’s an institutional effort to increase enrollment, and thanked everyone for their work in adjusting to the needs of the student and community. 

Dr. Granados asked for everyone’s support of tomorrow’s Foundation Golf Outing.

CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
Vice Chairwoman Peluso applauded the efforts for the increased enrollment. She also noted that the college is fortunate to have the Foundation’s support, and that the Triton Foundation Golf Outing is one of the best. She concluded with wishing everyone a great summer. 

NEW BUSINESS
BOARD POLICY – First Reading
Governance
1132 Appointment of College President and Responsibilities of Position
1163 Orientation New Board Trustees
Administration
2100 Job Description – President
Human Resources
4101 Selection of Employees
4136 Personnel Hiring

ACTION EXHIBITS
With no objection from the Board, Ms. Peluso asked for a consent agenda and one motion to approve the Action Exhibits including:
13432 Sub Grant Agreement Between Triton College as Grant Recipient and Fiscal Agent for the Cook County President’s Office of Employment Training Modification and Proviso Leyden Council for Community Action
13458 Budget Transfers
13459 Approval of FY 2006 Tentative Budget 
13460 FY 2007 RAMP Report
13461 Prevailing Wage Resolution 2005-2006
13462 EPOS – Touch Tone Registration System Software Maintenance Agreement 
13463 CISCO Hardware Maintenance 
13464 Integrated Document Technologies Hardware and Software Maintenance Agreement 
13465 Unisys Temporary Processor Performance Upgrade
13466 Spitz Preventative Maintenance Agreement 
13467 Disposal of Unused Property and Obsolete Equipment Valued at $500 or Less - No.2
13468 Disposal of Unused Property and Obsolete Equipment Valued at $500 or Less - No.3
13469 Fee Waiver Request – For Northeast Multi-Regional Training (NEMRT) and Triton Police Department
13470 Fine Arts Building Second Floor Ceiling and Lighting Replacement 
13471 Fine Arts Building Second Floor Asbestos Abatement
13472 State of Illinois Upward Mobility Program Tuition/Fee Payment Intergovernmental Agreement Renewal
13473 Research and/or Development Projects for FY 2006
13474 Cooperative Agreement Between Rush Behavioral Health Center-DuPage and Triton College
13475 Cooperative Agreement Between the Salvation Army, Harbor Light Center and Triton College
13476 Cooperative Agreement Between Enhanced Clinical Solutions and Triton College
13477 Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) Agreement 
13478 Library Book Rental and Purchases from McNaughton Book Service
13479 Library Membership & Database Purchases Through NILRC (Network of Illinois Learning Resources in Community Colleges)
13480 Library Microfilm Purchases from Proquest/UMI
13481 Library Database Purchases from Thomson Gale
13482 Library Continuation Purchases from Thomson Gale
13483 Library Continuation Purchases from Baker & Taylor
13484 Library Book Purchases from Midwest Library Service
13485 Library Book Purchases from Emery Pratt Company
13486 College Curriculum Committee Recommendations
13487 Addendum Agreement Between Elgin Community College and Triton College
13488 Out of Radius Travel Requests
13489 Agreement with David Hilquist for Financial Consulting Services FY 2006
13490 Agreement Between Triton College and Dr. Freeman Hrabowski
13491 Approval of Triton College Police Support to River Grove Police Department for “Elmwood Park Days”
Ms. Viverito made a motion to approve the Action Exhibits, seconded by Mr. Kubiczky. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

HUMAN RESOURCES REPORT

1.0 Faculty
Ms. Viverito made a motion, seconded by Mr. Stam, to approve revised pages 1 through 3 of the Human Resources Report, items 1.1.01 through 1.4.02. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

2.0 Adjunct Faculty
Mr. Becker made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to approve pages 4 through 7 of the Human Resources Report, items 2.1 through 2.8.05. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

3.0 Administration
Mr. Stam made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to approve revised page 8 of the Human Resources Report, items 3.1.01 through 3.5.01. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

4.0 Classified, Police & Engineers
Ms. Viverito made a motion, seconded by Mr. Stam, to approve pages 9 through 11 of the Human Resources Report, items 4.1.01 through 4.8.01. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

5.0 Mid-Management
Mr. Stam made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to approve pages 12 and 13 of the Human Resources Report, items 5.1.01 through 5.6.01. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

6.0 Hourly Employees
Mr. Stam made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to approve pages 14 through 17 of the Human Resources Report, items 6.1.01 through 6.8. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

7.0 Other
No action on page 18 of the Human Resources Report. 

PURCHASING SCHEDULES
B27.44 Barracuda Spam Firewall – Information Systems Department
B27.50 Ceiling Tile Abatement – Fine Arts Building 2nd Floor
B27.51 Ceiling and Lighting Replacement – Fine Arts Building 2nd Floor
B27.52 Vehicle Lease – President’s Vehicle
B27.53 Service Maintenance Agreement – Air Conditioning Units
B27.54 Apple Computers – Creative Services Department
B27.55 Symantec Antivirus – Information Systems Department
B27.56 Nugget Archive Software – CIS Department
B27.57 Preventative Roof Maintenance – Physical Plant Department
B27.58 Automated External Defibrillator
B27.59 Fitness Center Equipment
B27.60 Sidewalk Replacement – Confirmation of Board Poll
B27.61 Coil Replacement – Business Building
Mr. Stam made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to approve the Purchasing Schedules. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously.

BILLS AND INVOICES
Mr. Kubiczky made a motion, seconded by Ms. Viverito, to pay the Bills and Invoices in the amount of $1,097,389.74.
Roll Call Vote:
Affirmative: Mr. Becker, Mrs. Del Giudice, Mr. Kubiczky, Ms. Peluso, Mr. Stam, Ms. Viverito, Ms. Woodside.
Absent: Mr. Stephens.
Motion carried 6-0 with the Student Trustee voting in the affirmative.

ADJOURNMENT
A motion was made by Ms. Viverito to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Mr. Stam. Voice vote carried the motion unanimously. Chairman Stephens adjourned the meeting at 8:35 p.m.

Submitted by: 
Mark R. Stephens, Board Chairman
Irene Moskal Del Giudice, Board Secretary