August 28, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

28 August 2001

Present: B Fahey, N Mathis, D Kent, D Hage, E Wixson, B Crangle, S Ramsay, H Freyhofer, T Keefe. Absent: D Moore, W Fogleman, G Barry, P Campbell. Excused:  B McCahan, J Landry, J Moore, D Ayers.

A meeting of the CBC was held on August 8, 2001 from 8-10am specifically to discuss contribution margins. This is an fyi; there were no minutes taken at that meeting.

At the 8/28 meeting:

B Crangle distributed and reviewed the committee’s goals and objectives document. A draft of the full work plan will be distributed soon.

B Crangle passed out a rundown of projects completed over this past summer by Physical Plant. Also listed were major facilities planning projects for the future, including Boyd Hall, the Holderness bridge, T21, life safety and a new Master Plan.

A year-end initial budget review, prepared and sent to the president by Bill Crangle, was distributed and explained. It includes a monthly budget report for 14th month along with budgetary reports by fund.

Bill also shared the 1600 fund object code expenditures and a budget report by program.

Handouts will be mailed to those members who did not attend. Discussion will continue on these topics in future meetings.

Future handouts will be punched for inclusion in the notebooks, and coded as to which section they belong in. We will try to send many of them ahead of the meetings.

The CBC meeting schedule for this year is on the website at:
http://www.plymouth.edu/finman/cbudc/schedulecbc.htm

The next CBC meeting is Tuesday, September 11 at 7:30am in HUB 119.

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