The meeting was convened by the chairman at 8: 30 a m. The invocation was given by President Kuttler and was immediately followed by the pledge of allegiance. 06-126




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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF JUNE 20, 2006


BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE



The Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg College met on Tuesday, June 20, 2006 at the EpiCenter District Offices of St. Petersburg College, 13805 – 58th Street North, Largo, Florida. The following Board members were present: Chairman Cecil B. Keene, Mr. W. Richard Johnston and Mr. Deveron M. Gibbons. Also present was Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President of St. Petersburg College and Secretary to the Board of Trustees. Mr. Kenneth P. Burke participated by conference phone. Mrs. Evelyn M. Bilirakis was unable to attend. Mr. Joseph H. Lang, Board Attorney, was not required to be present.


06-125. The meeting was convened by the chairman at 8:30 a.m. The invocation was given by President Kuttler and was immediately followed by the pledge of allegiance.


06-126. In accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act, the following Agenda was prepared:


AGENDA


ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2006


EPICENTER CONFERENCE ROOM (1-451)

13805 – 58th STREET N.

LARGO, FLORIDA


REGULAR MEETING: 8:30 A.M.

Board Refreshments: 8:00 A.M.


(THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.)


PLEASE NOTE: Items contained herein are subject to change

during a Board meeting before final Board action.


I. Call to Order


II. Invocation


III. Pledge of Allegiance


IV. Preliminary Matters


A. Retirement Resolutions


1. Barbara J. Brenner, Word Processing, Health Education Center

2. Willie B. Felton, Jr., Educational & Student Services, EpiCenter

3. Eric M. Filson, Information Systems, Seminole Campus

4. David T. Henniger, College Attorney, EpiCenter

5. Shirley Hunter, Applied Ethics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus

6. Nancy S. Masters, Counseling & Advisement, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus

7. Linda L. Nielsen, Provost Office/Word Processing, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus

8. Susan C. Osborn, Word Processing, Clearwater Campus

9. Randolph M. Plotts, Mathematics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus


V. Review and Approval of Minutes – Board of Trustees’ Workshop and Meeting of

May 23, 2006


VI. Old Business (items previously considered but not finalized). NONE


VII. Report of New Business from the Board Attorney – Joseph H. Lang. NONE


VIII. Report of New Business from the College Attorney – David T. Henniger


IX. Report of New Business from the President


A. BIDS, EXPENDITURES AND CONTRACTS (through Purchasing)


1. Estimated Utility Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2006-2007


2. Proposal Results – Leased Employees for One-Stop Program


B. OTHER EXPENDITURES AND CONTRACTS (exceeding $250,000 and/or as deemed necessary)


1. Baynard, McLeod and Lang, PA – Legal Services as Board Attorney


2. Allen, Norton and Blue, PA – Legal Services


3. Informational Report, Student Refund Disbursement Services, Higher One Incorporated


C. CONSENT AGENDA. NONE


D. CAPITAL OUTLAY, MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND

CONSTRUCTION


1. Disposition of Surplus or Obsolete Property (Survey #499)


2. Review of Phase III Construction Documents and Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for Project 1707-U-03-8, Orthotics & Prosthetics Building, Health Education Center


3. Review of Phase III Construction Documents and Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for Project 1707-S-06-8, Renovate/Remodel Rooms 286-289 for Simulated Hospital, Health Education Center


4. Memorandum of Understanding between St. Petersburg College and St. Petersburg Museum of History


5. Certificate of Final Inspection and Release of Final Payment, Project 186-U-05-5, Selective Renovation/Remodel of Delta Building & Roof Replacement, Tarpon Springs Campus


E. AGENCY BILLINGS


F. PERSONNEL


1. Personnel Report


2. Executive/Administrative/Managerial and Professional Position Listings


3. Renewal of College’s Stop Loss Policy


4. Extension of Aetna Administrative Services


5. Vision Plan


6. Health Insurance Premiums


7. Restricted Funds Listing


G. PROPOSED CHANGES TO BOT RULES MANUAL – Public Hearing


• Rule 6Hx23-1.01 Definitions

• Rule 6Hx23-1.33 Direct Support Organizations

• Rule 6Hx23-4.02 Admission Requirements

• Rule 6Hx23-5.0711 Transfer of College Funds to Direct Support

Organization

• Rule 6Hx23-5.12 Purchasing

• Rule 6Hx23-5.13 Property Records

• Rule 6Hx23-5.17 Student Fees

• Rule 6Hx23-5.25 Grant Approval

• Rule 6Hx23-5.903 Contract Administration


H. CURRICULUM


1. Credit Curriculum


2. Noncredit Curriculum and Fees


I. GRANTS/RESTRICTED FUNDS CONTRACTS


1. Application/Acceptance


a. Florida Department of Education – Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act


b. National Science Foundation – Broadening Participation in Computing


c. National Science Foundation – Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program, Implementing a Web-Enabled Computer Networking Laboratory


d. National Science Foundation – Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program, Professional Development for Faculty Teaching Developmental Mathematics


e. Florida Department of Education – College Reach-Out Program Proposal for 2006-2007


f. Upper Midwest Community Policing Institute – Human Trafficking Training, Regional Community Policing Institute


g. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Grants and Training – Homeland Security National Training Program, National Terrorism Preparedness Institute


h. Florida Department of Law Enforcement – Domestic Security Training,

National Terrorism Preparedness Institute


i. WorkNet Pinellas, Inc. – One-Stop System Administration


j. National Science Foundation – Hillsborough Community College Sub-

Contract, Florida Advanced Technological Education Regional Center


2. Amendment(s). NONE


J. COLLABORATION BETWEEN DIRECT SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS (DSOs)


K. ADOPTION OF THE 2006-2007 ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE CATALOG


L. LAB FEES


M. FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006 BUDGET AMENDMENTS


N. ANNUAL CAPITAL OUTLAY BUDGET, OPERATING BUDGET AND AUXILIARY FUND BUDGET, AND SALARY ADJUSTMENTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006-2007


X. Other Business – Items of Interest from the Board of Trustees


XI. Next Meeting with Workshop (immediately following the regular meeting) Scheduled for Tuesday, July 18, 2006, in the EpiCenter Conference Room, Largo, Florida


If any person wishes to appeal a decision made with respect to any matter considered by the Board at its meeting Tuesday, June 20, 2006, he or she will need a record of the proceedings. It is the obligation of such person to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, §286.0105, Florida Statutes.


Items summarized on the Agenda may not contain full information regarding the matter being considered. Further information regarding these items may be obtained by calling the Board Clerk at (727) 341-3260.


*No packet enclosure


06-127. President Kuttler recommended adoption of retirement resolutions for: Barbara Brenner, Word Processing, Health Education Center; Willie Felton, Educational & Student Services; Eric Filson, Information Systems, Seminole Campus; David Henniger, College Attorney; Shirley Hunter, Applied Ethics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; Nancy Masters, Counseling & Advisement, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; Linda Nielsen, Provost Office/Word Processing, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; Susan Osborn, Word Processing, Clearwater Campus; and Randolph Plotts, Mathematics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. Mr. Felton, Mr. Filson, Mr. Henniger, Ms. Hunter, Ms. Masters, Ms. Nielsen, and Ms. Osborn were all present and, joined by colleagues, accepted their resolutions as presented by President Kuttler and Chairman Keene. Ms. Brenner and Mr. Plotts were unable to attend.

(Mr. Burke joined in at this time by conference phone.)


06-128. The Minutes of the Workshop and Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg College for May 23, 2006 were presented by the chairman for approval. The Board accepted the minutes as submitted.


06-129. Chairman Keene requested a report of any new business from the College attorney, Mr. David Henniger. Mr. Henniger stated there was no report.


06-130. The president presented Items IX-A.1-A.2 under Bids, Expenditures and Contracts (through Purchasing). He briefly reported on efforts being made by staff for budget reductions. Mr. Johnston moved approval. Mr. Burke seconded the motion. Mr. Gibbons voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mr. Burke voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.


Information regarding these items is as follows:

Board Material Relating to


Agenda Item IX-A.1

Meeting: June 20, 2006


BOARD OF TRUSTEES

ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE


Estimated Utility Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2006-2007

Collegewide


The estimated expenditures for utilities for the ensuing Fiscal Year are shown below in Blue Column 1. The Board is requested to authorize the payment of actual invoices, plus any applicable taxes and fees except storm water, to the respective entity for utility services for the period July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, without further Board approval, to include as appropriate, any future properties or equipment that may come online for utility expenditures.


Estimated Estimated Actual
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