GAVILAN JOINT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Facilities Development and Utilization Committee
April 19, 2011
|Committee Members:||Tom Breen, Mark Dover, and Walt Glines|
|Committee Resources:||Steve Kinsella and Joe Keeler|
|Other Attendees:||Nancy Bailey, Jan Bernstein Chargin, and Rey Morales|
|1)||Call Meeting to Order:||
Trustee Tom Breen called the meeting to order at 4:05 p.m.
The agenda was revised by moving (5) Review responses from RFP for Redistricting Consulting Services after Comments from the public to accommodate attendees.
|2)||Approve Minutes:||Minutes from the January 25, 2011 meeting were approved.
MSC (Dover/Glines), MSC.
|3)||Comments from the Public:||No comments from the public.|
|Review responses from RFP for Redistricting Consulting Services|
Jan Bernstein Chargin reported that 2 consulting firms responded to the RFP; Lapkoff & Gobalet Demographic Research, Inc. and the Community College League of California. Jan provided a handout comparing the two proposals by task. After discussion about the components of the work to be completed, the consultants' local experience and the approach to take, the committee members unanimously agreed to recommend the consulting services of Lapkoff & Gobalet Demographic Research, Inc. to the full Board of Trustees.
|4)||Introduction of Vision Committee|
Gavilan faculty member Rey Morales introduced himself and provided a brief summary on the faculty Vision Committee. A group of faculty has been meeting for a year with the common desire to be active participants in the development of the campus in Hollister and the golf course land with instructional program development in mind. They would like to be part of the decision making process. Trustee Glines said that faculty play an important part in the decision process. Trustee Dover said all staff are encouraged to participate. Trustee Breen welcomed Rey and the Vision Committee to attend these meetings.
Rey described the progress of the arboretum and botanical garden project including the assistance of students in identifying and researching the names of some of the unique trees on campus. Rey concluded by saying that the process was an educational opportunity for themselves, the campus, and the community as many of Gavilan's trees and plants are unique to the area.
|5)||Review responses from RFP for Redistricting Consulting Services|
Agenda revised to move this item after public comments.
|6)||Review RFP for Redistricting Legal Services|
Jan reported that no responses were received. It was suggested that the redistricting consultant could assist with the selection of a legal firm and the committee agreed.
|7)||Review district wide capital projects|
Vice President Joe Keeler reviewed the following projects:
|9)||Adjournment||Meeting adjourned at 5:15 p.m. in memory of Gayle Glines. MSC (Breen/Dover)|
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