School Board Niles Township District 219, Cook County, Illinois MINUTES Monday, March 10, 2014

The meeting was held in the Board Room of the District Office located at 7700 Gross Point Road, Skokie, Illinois. I. Call to Order and Roll Call Board President Robert Silverman called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Board Members present at roll call: Sheri Doniger, Carlton Evans, Jeffrey Greenspan, Ruth Klint, David Ko, Robert Silverman, Eileen Valfer II. Closed Session It was moved by KLINT and seconded by KO to recess into closed session to discuss the appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance, or dismissal of employees, collective bargaining, purchase of property, security procedures, student disciplinary cases, the placement of individual students in special education programs and other matters related to individual students and pending litigation. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The Board recessed into closed session at 7:15 p.m. III. Open Session It was moved by EVANS and seconded by KO to return to open session at 7:55 p.m. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. IV. Recall to Order Mr. Silverman recalled the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. and the Pledge was recited. V. Changes / Additions to the Agenda The green personnel handout was added to the Consent Agenda, with the exception of numbers 2 and 3 to be discussed in the second Closed Session. Student Disciplinary matter discussed in Closed Session was added to the Consent Agenda. VI. Audience to Visitors (on agenda items only) There was no Audience to Visitors requesting to speak. VII. Student Representative Comments Niles West - Stephanie Knoor highlighted the upcoming events for Niles West: Breakfast with the Board is Wednesday, March 12 at 7:30 a.m.; Spring Choir Concert is Tuesday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m.; the Variety Show is April 11 and the proceeds will benefit Dance Marathon. Student Government elections will be held on March 19. Spring Break is in two weeks. Niles North – Maggie Kreisheh highlighted upcoming events for Niles North: Spring Spirit Week will be March 17 – 21; North is having a Hawaiian tropical theme leading up to the Spring Fling Dance and Tropical Bunch with the Principal on Friday, March 14 and March 21; Pep Assembly on Friday, March 21. VIII.

Community Representative Comments There were no community representative comments.

IX. Approval of Consent Agenda It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to approve the Consent Agenda, as amended. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer.

The motion carried. Included in the Consent Agenda: Monthly Bills and Payroll totaling $9,093,915.23 Personnel −

Approved the employment of the following administrative staff for 2014 Summer School: NAME Shay, Elizabeth



POSITION Assistant Director of Extended School Year (ESY)

POSITION Summer School Secretary Summer School Clerk

POSITION Psychologist/Dean/Coordi nator, MA60 / Step 4, 185 day calendar



POSITION/LOCATION English / West English / West English / West

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014

TYPE OF LEAVE Family Care – Unpaid Family Care – Unpaid Family Care - Unpaid

NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

TYPE OF LEAVE

Stucky, Sarah

Social Studies / North

Family Care – Unpaid

LEAVE FTE .4 .2 .2

FROM LEAVE FTE .2

Previously approved on February 10, 2014

TO LEAVE FTE .4

Approved the resignation of the following certified staff for the 2014-2015 school year: POSITION / LOCATION School Psychologist, Central

EFFECTIVE DATE June 9, 2014

Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2013-2014 school year: NAME Grubisich, Nicholas Vitale, Vincent



FTE 1.0

Approved the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Putnam, Todd −

SALARY $26.91/Hr. $20.50/Hr.

Approved the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Lauer, Evelyn Lichterman, Dena Barker, Kimberly



FTE 1.0 1.0

Approved the employment of the following certified staff for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Hamilton, Anna



SALARY $5,617.05

Approved the employment of the following support staff for 2014 Summer School: NAME Kakares, Irene Tado, Cindy



FTE 1.0

POSITION One-on-one Paraprofessional, Special Education P1 / Step 1, 186 days One-on-one Paraprofessional, Special Education P1 / Step 1, 186 days

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE March 3, 2014

1.0

March 11, 2014

Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Dalak, Susan

POSITION Executive Secretary for Student Services

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014

S4 / Step 8, 260 day calendar Santiago, Kristen Scheduler – S3 / Step 1, 260 day calendar − Approves the retirement of the following support staff: NAME Feldman, Diane −



EFFECTIVE DATE October 31, 2018

POSITION Main Office < 600/hours / North

EFFECTIVE DATE February 21, 2014

Approved the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for and 2013-14 School year: NAME Anderson, Jaylin Bandas, Irinel Biagini, Erica Delisi, Liridona Gedin, Marly Meyers, Olivia Mirza, Maham Trentadue, Walter



July 1, 2014

Approved the release of the following part-time / temporary staff: NAME Byers, Benita



POSITION Paraprofessional, Special Education / North

1.0

POSITION / LOCATION Main Office / North IRC / North Textbook Center / North Equipment Manager / West Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / North Library Work / North Security / North

RATE $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $16.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $18.00/Hr.

EFFECTIVE DATE March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 February 13, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014

Approved the employment of the following stipend positions for the 2013-2014 school year: NILES NORTH Boys Gymnastics, Assistant

NAME Sarangay, Steven (.5)

NILES WEST Boys Gymnastics, Assistant Boys Volleyball, Assistant Boys Volleyball, Assistant Boys Volleyball, Assistant

NAME *Owusu, Eric Matesi, Alexis (.75) *Madia, Matthew (.75) *Konow, John (.5)

Approved associate contract for the following administrator for the 2013-2014 school year: NAME Simon, Kelly



POSITION SALARY EFFECTIVE DATE Payroll Associate, 260 $16,711.66 March 11, 2014 – June 30, 2014 calendar Approved administrative and associate contracts for the following administrators for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Dahlberg, Scott Dykes, Timothy Kucera, Michael Laury, Alana Simon, Kelly

POSITION Assistant Director of Humanities, 205 day calendar Dean of Students, 195 day calendar Assistant Director of Humanities, 205 day calendar Dean of Students, 195 day calendar Payroll Associate, 260 day calendar

SALARY $130,968.00

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$94,500.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$90,833.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$87,500.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$55,000.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

− Approved administrative and associate contracts for the following administrators for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Babakhani, Antwan Beck, Vickie

POSITION Assistant Principal for Student Services, 260 day calendar Director of Buildings and Grounds, 260 day calendar

SALARY $130,810.00

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$152,309.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

Benjamin, Caroline Bougdanos, Erika Chung, Ray Connolly, Bridget Costello, Karl Disanza, Kathleen Edelson, Lisa Felton, Marlon Fowler, Brent Heintz, John Hentz, Stephanie Johnson-White, Nikita Lacey, Phil Moore, Janine Murphy, Edmund Otter, Nancy Paul, Kristen Pieczynski, Edward Pope, Jerry Powell, Chris Powell, Page Przekota, John Remaly, Melinda Roloff, Anne Sanz, Marcelo Sterpin, Jennifer Swanson, Paul Tucker, Amy Williams, Robert Wisniewski, Lois

Director of Student Activities, 195 day calendar Dean of Students, 195 day calendar Legal Associate, 260 day calendar Assistant Principal for Student Services, 260 day calendar Athletic Director, 260 day calendar Assistant Director of Student Services, 205 day calendar Education to Careers Coordinator, 152 day calendar Dean of Students, 195 day calendar Director of Security, 260 day calendar Assistant Superintendent for Operations and Chief Legal Officer, 260 day calendar Assistant Director of Student Services, 205 day calendar Director of Fiscal Management, 260 day calendar Director of Instructional Technology Service, 260 day calendar Assistant Athletic Director, 260 day calendar Director of Personnel and Compliance, 260 day calendar Rehabilitation Services Supervisor, 205 day calendar Associate Dean of Students, 260 day calendar Assistant Director of Special Education, 205 day calendar National College Advisor, 205 day calendar Director of Applied Science and Technology, 205 day calendar Assistant Director of Special Education, 205 day calendar Assistant Director of Humanities, 205 day calendar Director of Transitional Services, 195 day calendar Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, 260 day calendar Director of Operations and Networking Services, 260 day calendar Director of Special Education, 260 day calendar Director of Physical Welfare, 205 day calendar Dean of Students, 195 day calendar Director of Mathematics, 205 day calendar Director of Science, 205 day calendar

$77,250.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$106,752.00 $76,350.00 $140,005.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$199,702.00 $100,267.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$57,620.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$103,128.00 $105,395.00 $183,421.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2017

$93,533.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$108,150.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$120,834.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$56,650.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$169,377.00

May 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$97,783.00

May 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$56,650.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$102,000.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$120,063.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$142,761.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$97,090.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$106,054.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$166,455.00

May 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$202,794.00

May 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$138,459.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$122,607.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$135,998.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$102,000.00 $165,878.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

$170,822.00

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

− Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Ference, Patricia

POSITION Purchasing Assistant - S3 / Step 8, 260 day calendar

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014

− Approved the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for and 2013-14 School year: NAME Budhwani, Aniya Mendez, Brandon Rusinque Correa, Lin Jhonson Volpe, Laura

POSITION / LOCATION Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / West

RATE $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr.

EFFECTIVE DATE March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 10, 2014

− Approved the employment of the following stipend positions for the 2013-2014 school year: NILES WEST Girls Soccer, Assistant

NAME *Gorges, Maykel

− Approved the retirement of the following certified staff: NAME Ramseyer, Stephen

POSITION Physical Welfare

EFFECTIVE DATE May, 2019

− Approved the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Lim, Susie

POSITION/LOCATION Science – West

TYPE OF LEAVE Family Care – Unpaid

LEAVE FTE 1.0

− Approved the change to the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

TYPE OF LEAVE

Orloske, Tanya

World Languages / North

Family Care – Unpaid

*Indicates not a District 219 employee

FROM LEAVE FTE .6

Previously approved on February 10, 2014

TO LEAVE FTE 1.0

− Approved the Minutes of the February 10, 2014 Board of Education Meeting-Open and Closed. −

Approved awarding a three year contract for Lawn Maintenance Service for the Administrative Center and Niles West High School to Herrera Landscape, Inc., the lowest responsible bidder meeting specifications in the amount of $36,913.50.

− Approved Legat Architect’s AIA Document G802-2007 Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement, Amendment #2 for a one year extension. −

Approved awarding contracts to the two final Trade Packages for the Niles North Cafeteria Renovations and listed Trades for the Niles Building Maintenance – Summer 2014 to the contractors listed below: Trade Package 7a – Roofing 21a – Fire Protection 2a – Demolition 4a – Masonry 4b – Masonry Restoration 5a – Steel 6a – General Trades 7a – Roofing Package A 7b – Roofing Package B 7c – Roofing Package C 8a – Aluminum & Glazing 9a – Flooring 12a – Bleachers 21a – Fire Protection 23a – HVAC 26a – Electrical −

Awarded to Bennett & Brosseau Roofing, Inc. Nelson Fire Protection Green Demolition Cont., Inc. JAC Masonry, Inc. Jimmy Z Masonry Corp. S.G. Krauss Co. Parkway Forming Sullivan Roofing, Inc. Sullivan Roofing, Inc. R.E. Burke Roofing Co., Inc. 3F Corporation Libertyville Tile & Carpet, Ltd. E.T. Paddock Enterprises, Inc. USA Fire Protection M.G. Mechanical Cont., Inc. Arc 1 Electric, Inc.

Amount $784,950 $227,089 $137,000 $111,015 $46,464 $78,000 $1,125,000 $1,101,000 $1,208,000 $378,000 $77,700 $167,727 $65,825 $162,250 $1,123,000 $925,303

Approved to accept Option 3, as recommended by the Facilities Committee, to convert the Niles West generator to be a true co-generation at a cost of $28,391.00.



Approved acceptance of the donation of two cases of Coffee from Butler Pappas Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP.



Approved donating obsolete textbooks, as recommended by staff, to the ELL Parent Center, Chicago Public Schools and Bookfriends International.

X. Superintendent’s Report Dr. Gatta thanked the Board for the investments they have made in the last six years since she became Superintendent. All of these programs cost money and resources; but our investments are paying off, with projects such as Project Lead the Way, which was nonexistent six years ago and we are now going to a state championship. STEM programs did not exist and not only have we replaced the powerhouses, like the Walter Payton Prep School, but we have outshined them as a first place award winner. Bowling is also on its way to a state championship. We are now seeing the fruits of our labor. The Board has also made an investment in our schools becoming more environmentally stable. Senator Durbin came and to see our comprehensive plan in place. He left with what he thought was going to be a tour of just the cafeteria, into what really is a long term plan about creating a more sustainable and healthy environment for our students. We talked to him about physical welfare, the cardio labs, healthy eating in the cafeteria and some of our other green initiatives. It was a great day to show our schools off to one of the nation’s leaders. Dr. Gatta also attended Coming Together in Skokie which celebrated the Korean culture. She read a short excerpt from the author after his visit. He said that he never felt such pride as a Korean and an American than in Skokie, IL. He also said he felt hope, because he witnessed the students of Niles Township at work. He felt that District 219 is an ideal template to create the very best high school. He felt that the most powerful things all of was that all the volunteers from previous Coming Together, the Greek community, Assyrian, Filipino, Asian, and Indian were all there in attendance for the Korean event, which means Coming Together is accomplishing exactly what it aims to do, bringing together the culturally diverse students of Skokie, so that they can learn from one another. Again, the Board listened to me just five years ago about how powerful it would be to have an alliance with the Skokie Public Library, Village, and Commerce Committees and to do something like this and look where we are five years later. I also wanted to inform the Board that we are participating in the Morton Grove Strategic Planning initiatives. Jim represented us at their first meeting and they were thrilled to have the schools there and to learn about how we can further partner with Morton Grove as we have done in the past, so well with Skokie. Finally, we had our Town Hall meeting, “Raising Teens,” which is one of three Town Hall meetings that we do every year. This one focused on the social and emotional choices and challenges of our students. Our panel consisted of representatives from the Skokie Police Department, social service agencies and a Cook County judge. The purpose of the night was to dispel the rumors and beliefs that students may have, provide resources to parents and to let the community know that we are transparent about the challenges we face in educating all of our students. This makes us stronger as a community when we come together to help one another about the challenges we face. It was a great couple of weeks for District 219. Principals’ Report Niles North - Dr. McTague highlighted some of the events at Niles North, starting with congratulations to the Athletic Booster Club for raising over $15,000 at this year’s February Frenzy at Maggiano’s for the Niles North Athletic Programs. The spring musical, Legally Blonde, will be held on Friday and Saturday, March 14 and 15th at 2:00 p.m. and 700 p.m. and a community performance at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 13 in the Niles North Auditorium. , Daniel Kang from Niles North has been selected to go to Los Angeles this May for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). The students’ project was a perfect example of STEM, as it pertains to biology, but uses mathematics. They will be competing against students from over 70 countries, regions and territories throughout the world. Niles North competed in the Math Team Conference Meet held on Thursday at Evanston High School and Niles North won 1st Place in the Cook Division. They were recognized as the most improved math team out of all 55 schools and moved up 21 spots from last year. The Niles North Engineering Club won first place in the VEX State Championship held March 8 in Batavia, IL. North beat out 29 other teams and qualified for the VEX Robotics World Championship which will be held in Anaheim, CA on April 23 to 26. The World Championship brings together the top robotics teams from over 400 VEX tournaments from cities around the world. Niles West - Dr. Ness recognized Cameron Lee, who won the State Championship for Swimmers with Disabilities. Poms finished in third place in the hip hop division in Peoria with over 100 teams competing. Dr. Ness congratulated Rashard Mendenhall, Niles West alumnus and former National Football League player upon announcing his retirement and Jewell Lloyd, former Niles West alumna named the first ACC Women’s Champion. Five students from Niles West were chosen to represent Region 6 at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in May which will be held in Los Angeles. Niles West News has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 National Scholastic Association Online

Pacemaker award, for best in the country online high school newspaper for the 4th year in a row. This award recognizes outstanding high school publication websites. XI. Board Committee Comments Mr. Evans attended the Niles West Physical Welfare Fitness Night and thought it was a great event. He also attended Romeo and Juliet and Niles West and North girl’s regional basketball games. Dr. Ko discussed Coming Together in Skokie and the author. He also talked about the amazing culinary skills and creativity of the students. Mr. Silverman attended the performance of Romeo and Juliet and enjoyed the performance. He also attended basketball games at Niles North and West. Mr. Silverman enjoyed the breakfast with Niles West and thought the students were thoroughly prepared with a list of discussion topics. XII. Board Committee Reports Dr. Doniger stated that there will be a second reading of policy today and the Policy Committee will have a meeting on March 18. Mr. Greenspan stated the Facilities Committee met and approved the items on the Consent Agenda. Anne Roloff stated that the CSSI Committee met on March 5 and discussed two items on the agenda, (1) revision to the honor roll with new grade point averages and (2) request for another public speaking requirement addendum. Four courses require the public speaking requirement – public speaking, theater workshop, broadcast production and intro to debate. On a rare occasion, we have a student that doesn’t go into Intro to debate, but goes directly into debate because he/she had summer camp or other experiences. Because of that we are requesting that those students be allowed to receive public speaking credit for debate and take advanced debate course instead of intro to debate. CSSI approve both requests. Business − Board of Education Meeting Dates (Discussion Only) The Board discussed the Board of Education meeting dates which will come before the Board for approval at the April 7, 2014 Board meeting. − Reorganization Meeting (Discussion and Action) The Board agreed upon having the reorganization meeting on Monday, April 7, 2014. It was moved by VALFER and seconded by DONIGER to approve the reorganization for Monday, April 7, 20214. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − 2015 - 2019 Strategic Plan Final Approval (Discussion and Action) The 2015-2019 Strategic Plan had previously been discussed and the Board voted to approve the Plan. It was moved by GREENSPAN and seconded by KO to approve the 2015 – 2019 Strategic Plan Final Approval. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Policy and Procedures First Reading (Discussion Only) There was a discussion on the First Reading of Policy and Procedures. It was decided that Policy 760 will not be changed and will be left with the original wording. On page 360, Policy 5:50, paragraph 1 under General Personnel, Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace, there is a word missing i.e.“Unlawful manufacture, dispensing, distribution, possession or use of an illegal or controlled …” This will be added to the policy. − Policy and Procedures Second Reading (Discussion and Action ) The following policy and procedural changes were adopted at the March 10, 2014 Board of Education Meeting.

Section 2 (School Board) Number 2:20-E

Name Exhibit – Waiver and Modification Request Resource Guide

Proposed Change Establish termination date for any previously authorized waiver or modification concerning requirements that student performance data be a significant factor in evaluations or for using the four prescribed evaluation categories pursuant to P.A. 98513.

Section 3 (School Administration) Number 3:20

Name Organizational Chart

3:60

Administrative Responsibility of the Building Principal

Proposed Change Change Senior HR Generalist to Director of Personnel & Compliance. Remove Residency & Transportation Associate. Update Principal employment and evaluation pursuant to State legislation.

Section 4 (Operational Services) Number 4:170AP6

Name Administrative Procedure – Plan for Responding to a Medical Emergency at Physical Fitness Facilities with an AED

Proposed Change Change Kaine Osburn to Dr. Jason Ness.

Section 5 (Personnel) Number 5:270AP

Name Administrative Procedure – Terms and Conditions of Employment for Confidential Staff

Proposed Change Remove, add, and rename job titles.

Section 6 (Instruction) Policy Number 6:235-AP1 will be tabled and sent back to the Policy Committee to make changes. It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by DONIGER to table Policy Number 6:235-AP1 and Policy Number 8:10 and send these policies back to the Policy Committee to make changes. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to approve the Policy and Procedures Second Reading with the exception of Policy 6:235-AP1 and Policy 8:10 which are being sent back to the Policy Committee for changes. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. XIII. Old Business It was moved by KLINT and seconded by DONIGER to take from the table Policy 4:150, 4:151, 4:160 and 4:160-AP1 which were tabled at the March 10, 2014 Board meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried.

It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by KO to have a joint meeting of the Policy and Facilities Committees to discuss Policy 4:150, 4:151, 4:160 and 4:160-AP1 and bring to the Board as a First Reading at the April 7, 2014 Board meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. XIV. New Business There was no new business. XV. Audience to Visitors (on items related to District business) There was no Audience to Visitors discussions. XVI. Information Items − Monthly Financial Report – January 2014 − FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) XVII. Closed Session It was moved by GREENSPAN and seconded by DONIGER to go into Closed Session for the purpose of collective bargaining, personnel and property and to adjourn therefrom with action taken. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The Closed Session meeting adjourned at 11:10 p.m. The Board returned to Open Session on at 11:15 p.m. XVIII. Adjournment It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to adjourn the meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Greenspan, Klint, Ko, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 11:20 p.m.

____________________________ President

____________________________ Secretary

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