September 11, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

11 September 2001
7:30-8:50am

Present: Wixson, Huckins, Kent, J Moore, Ayers, D Moore, Mathis, Hage, Campbell, Fogleman, Ramsay, Freyhofer, Crangle. Excused: Barry, Fahey, Landry and McCahan.

Heather Huckins has replaced Tim Keefe as the PAT representative.

Heather was elected to replace Tim on the CBC Executive Committee.

The minutes of the May 22 and August 28 meetings were reviewed and approved as written. They should be filed under tab 1.

Bill Crangle reviewed the remainder of the materials distributed at the August 28 meeting. Distributed today were the following handouts:

  1. Updated draft of the CBC work plan for fall 2001 (tab 1)
  2. Discussion of budget issues for FY03 (tab 4)
  3. Budget change recommendations for FY03 (tab 4)

Bill reviewed the work plan and  budget issues for FY03 (benefits cost increase, short-term investment income and general liability). He plans to review the budget change recommendations at the next meeting. Please file these materials in your binders for future review.

The EC will meet in Bill’s office at 7:45am on September 12.

The next meeting of the CBC will be Tuesday, September 25 at 7:30am in HUB 119.

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