School Board Niles Township District 219, Cook County, Illinois MINUTES Regular Board Meeting, Wednesday, April 7, 2004

The meeting was held in the Board Room of the District Office Building, 7700 Gross Point Road, Skokie, Illinois. I.

Call to Order and Roll Call Board President Robert Silverman called the meeting to order at 6:48 p.m. Board members present at Roll Call: Michael Burnett, Sheri Doniger, Ruth Klint, Tim Knudsen, Robert Silverman, Lynda Gault Smith.

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Executive Session It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by GAULT SMITH to recess into closed session to discuss matters relating to student discipline, litigation, and the employment, appointment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried. The Board recessed into closed session at 6:48 p.m. At 8:33 p.m. it was moved by KNUDSEN and seconded by KLINT to return to open session of the Regular Board Meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

III.

Recall to Order of Open Session Mr. Silverman recalled the meeting to order at 8:35 p.m. The pledge was recited.

IV.

Changes / Additions to the Agenda Mr. Silverman advised that added to the Consent Agenda were personnel items and a student trip. The resolution authorizing nonrenewal of nontenured teachers would be acted upon after the Audience to Visitor portion.

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V.

Audience to Visitors Mr. Silverman asked that this portion of the meeting be limited to 90 minutes. Mr. Codell spoke on the hiring process and four year tenure status. Mr. Silverman said the Board has never made a decision that would compromise the mission statement. Dan Montgomery said he agrees with Mr. Codell’s statement, but disagrees with decisions being suggested by the administration. He said the teachers recommended for nonrenewal would speak to the Board. Leah Carter spoke of her leaving a tenured position to come to Niles West. She said she teaches health and coaches and loves Niles West. Marcia Kiraly spoke of respect and her love of teaching and mentoring students. She said she constantly has praise from current and former students. She said her director gave her suggestions on teaching in October and she has incorporated them into her instruction. Maria Rivas spoke of the successes she has had as a teacher and asked that the Board retain her as a teacher.

Jeffrey Greenspan arrived at 8:50 p.m. Dan Montgomery said Kevin Wall decided not to speak to the Board. Mr. Montgomery said the teachers that spoke represent excellence and should be retained. They have demonstrated quality classroom instruction and hopes the Board makes the right decision. David Cormalleth, 6705 Kedvale, Lincolnwood, spoke on behalf of retaining Kevin Wall. Francine Schulman, 5012 Jerome, Skokie, spoke on the high qualities of Kevin Wall. Samantha Meron, 8537 Niles Center Rd., Skokie, spoke on behalf of Kevin Wall and how the number of thespian students has doubled since he has been at Niles West. Debbi Brodsky, 6604 Harding, and Karen Perlmuter, 6746 Kedvale, Lincolnwood, spoke on behalf of Kevin Wall and asked the Board to retain him. Duncan Stephens, 4849 Wright Terrace, Skokie, spoke of Kevin Wall’s ability to make wonderful sets and his ability to reuse sets and Jonathan Darling, 8040 Kostner, Skokie, said he was Kevin’s teacher and he has an excellent track record and should be retained. Lisa Dunham, 6521 Spokane, Lincolnwood, spoke on behalf of the family and consumer science department and their desire to retain Marsha Kiraly. Eunice An, 5632 Dempster, Morton Grove, spoke on behalf of Kevin Bond. Julia Varsamis, 5741 Keeney, Morton Grove, asked the board to retain Leah Carter. Valerie Papillon, 9127 Menard, Morton Grove, spoke on behalf of Leah Carter. Ashley Oshita, 5126 Conrad, Skokie, spoke on behalf of Marcia Kiraly.

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Kaitlynn Radtke, 7913 Lotus, Morton Grove, spoke on behalf of Leah Carter. Josh Solomon, 3734 Columbia, Lincolnwood, spoke on the virtues of Kevin Wall. Dawn Jacobs, 6606 Kilbourn, Lincolnwood, spoke on the wonders of Maria Rivas. Luisa Karimighovanloo, spoke on behalf of Maria Rivas. Jamie Oline, 5356 Cleveland, Skokie, spoke on behalf of Marcia Kiraly, Lean Carter, Kevin Wall, and Maria Rivas. Nancy Stephans, 6715 Nokomis, Lincolnwood, spoke on behalf of Marcia Kiraly. Steven Rukin, 4529 Columbia, Lincolnwood, spoke on the qualities of Kevin Wall. Zaia Zaia, 5805 Lincoln, Morton Grove, spoke on behalf of Marcia Kiraly. Arlene and Herb Erlbach, 5829 Capulina, Morton Grove, spoke on the wonders of Kevin Wall. Barry Potekin, 6901 East Prairie, Lincolnwood, asked the board to retain Kevin Wall. Peggy Bassrawi, spoke on behalf of Maria Rivas, Leah Carter, and Kevin Wall. Gillian Ouska, 4944 Lunt, Skokie, spoke on behalf of Leah Carter. Anne Heselton, 334 S. Michigan, Villa Park, spoke on behalf of Leah Carter. Students Sam Nelson, Gill Ouska, and Justine Barquez spoke on behalf of Leah Carter. Students E.J. Fernandez and Sania Panayotora spoke on behalf of Maria Rivas. Louis King; 4957 Hull, Skokie spoke on behalf of Kevin Wall. After the Board listened to all requesting to speak, they took a break at 10:20 p.m. to further discuss the matter of releasing teachers. At 10:55 p.m. the meeting was recalled to order. A roll call was taken. Board members present at Roll Call: Michael Burnett, Sheri Doniger, Jeffrey Greenspan, Ruth Klint, Tim Knudsen, Robert Silverman, Lynda Gault Smith. Mr. Codell thanked all parents, students, and co-workers for coming to the meeting in support of teachers. Mr. Silverman thanked the audience for attending the meeting. He said it is not always easy being a board member. He said many people have close relationships with the individuals that are recommended for release, but believes that the Board should follow the administration’s recommendation. He said he hoped everyone understands the consideration for privacy makes it impossible to discuss this in public. The recommendations before the board were unanimous by directors, the principal, and the superintendent. The decision was difficult and hopes the audience understands. He asked people to rally together for what is best for education.

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Resolution Authorizing Nonrenewal of Nontenured Teachers It was moved by GAULT SMITH and seconded by DONIGER to accept the  resolution to release the part‐time and/or part‐year teachers listed in the  resolution.  A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried. It was moved by KLINT and seconded by GAULT SMITH to accept the  resolution to release the first, second and third‐year non‐tenured teachers  listed in the resolution.  A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried. It was moved by KLINT and seconded by GAULT SMITH to accept the  resolution to release the fourth‐year non‐tenured teachers listed in the  resolution.  A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

VI.

Student Representative Comments No one asked to speak.

VII.

Community Representative Comments No one asked to speak.

VIII.

Approval of Consent Agenda It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by BURNETT to accept the amended consent agenda. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

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Included in the consent agenda: − Monthly Bills and Payroll in the amount of $3,918,864.47 − Personnel ƒ Accept the resignation of the following certified staff effective 6/11/04:

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FOURTH YEAR Adams, Nicole Bockel, Amy Bravos, George Brenner, Bonnie Clish, Brett Connolly, Bridget Conroy, Michael

NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

FTE

Azcoitia, Carlos Bond, Kevin Torres, Carlos Wozniak, Amy

Special Education – North English Teacher – West Spanish – North Applied Technology - West

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Accept the retirement of the following staff: NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

FTE

EFFECTIVE DATE

Gilbert, Helen Brennan, Joseph

Secretary A-IRC – North AV Coordinator – West

1.0 1.0

Neihengen, Thomas

IRC – West

1.0

June 2006 June 2006 or 2007 (depending on ERO) June 15, 2008

Approve the leaves of absences for the following certified staff for the 2004-2005 school year: NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

TYPE OF LEAVE

Kolany, Elizabeth Nortillo, Robert

ESL – West Math - West

FMLA – Unpaid (10/4-11/12/04) Family Care (20%)

Approve the leave of absence for the following classified staff: NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

TYPE OF LEAVE

EFFECTIVE DATE

Kim, Deborah

Teacher Assistant – North

Unpaid

8/23-12/31/04

Approve the student help for the 2003-04 school year effective 4/8/04: NAME

POSITION/LOCATION

RATE

Tomaras, Chris

Lighting/Sound Set Up – West

$6.00/hour

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Approve Beth Budarz as a Psychology Intern for the 2004-2005 school year at Niles West at a salary of $16,000/year.

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Approve Patricia Cienkus as a substitute teacher for the 2003-2004 school year.

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Approve the appointment of Dr. Nanciann Gatta to the position of Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources at an annual salary of $130,000 effective July 1, 2004.

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Retain the following nontenured teachers for the 2004-2005 school year: THIRD YEAR Albrecht, Stacey Anbarchian, Gevik Ayala, Nelly Barney, Sarah Belleau, Michael Bluestein, Juliet Bohigian, Suzanne

SECOND YEAR Berlin, Amy Brown, Henry Chan, Albert Cheng, Sanlida Czupryna, Britt Daley, Kerry Erickson, Ingrid

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FIRST YEAR Alegnani, Ann Amaro, John Colletti, Gina Conklin, Patricia Dornseif, Ronald Fahrenbacher, Matthew Fitzgerald, Heather

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PART-TIME/ PART-YEAR Dick, Jeffrey ( .10) Haack, Karen (.10) Jeter, Andrew (1.0) McEvoy, Jennifer (1.0) Morton, Nehama (.40) Moscovitch, Anna (.50) Ogulnik, Jessica (.75)

FOURTH YEAR Davis, Colleen Divito, Brandy Edwards, Joseph FitzHenry, Carol Gibson, Stacey Greene, Joseph Guercio, Mary Ellen Hampton, Matthew Hankes, Angela Houston, Brenda Konsewicz, Anthony Kretsos, John LaPointe, Demian Lear, Julie Litberg, Lisa Metallo, Louis Newman, Daniel Peterson, Nils Real-Griyech, Lori Rogers-Schultz, Megan Schnabel, Mary Jo Schroeder, Jason Scott, Renee Sokolowski, Matthew Toledo, Eduardo Vander Jeugdt, Daniel Vivone, Christopher Watkins, Elizabeth

THIRD YEAR Cox, Patrick Geu, Ryan Horyn, Daniel Hsing, Wileen Hurwitz, Ariel Kaye, Amy Lauer, Evelyn Lichterman, Dena Macejak, Jason Martin, Janice MacDonald, Keith Ormsby, Sara Rocco, John Sanchez, Carolyn Schlack, Michelle Schmitt, Jason Serafini, Anthony Sideris, Angela Sipiera, Jennifer Somerville, James

SECOND YEAR Fitzgerald, Anastasia Garay, Rachael Gold, Sandra Grais, Benjamin Hartnett, Kristen Higgins, Patrick Johnson, Matthew Kennedy, Shaun Knobel, Seth Kucab, R. John Linafelter, Amy Mills, Jennifer Mullen, Michael Navas, Carmein Otter, Nancy Pak-Chwal, Lisa Pistorius, William Pratt, Charles Proctor, J.Gareth Sang, Melissa

Stopek, Marilyn Tate, Curtis Walvoord, Eileen

Sharma, Pankaj Shattock, Carrie Sherwood, Andrea Song, Hyun Stewart, Margaret

FIRST YEAR Jeter, Andrew Jodelka, Thomas LaBrasca, Danielle Lee, Yoon Reynolds, Nicole Roche, Andrew Shafran, Olga Shulman, Elizabeth Thorson, James

PART-TIME/ PART-YEAR Pashtan, Hanna (.40) Ronning, Lydia (.60) Ude, Barbara (1.0) Wulfram, Frederick (1.0)

− Student Trips ƒ

For two North and West commercial foods students to attend the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York on April 14-17, 2004 at no cost to the District.

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For nine North and West French students to attend Aventure Francaise in Chesterton, Indiana on April 16-18, 2004 at no cost to the District.

ƒ For 20 North students to attend Science Olympiad State Competition in Champaign, Illinois on April 23-24, 2004 at a cost to the District of $3,510.11. ƒ For 25 West students to attend Science Olympiad State Competition in Champaign, Illinois on April 23-24, 2004 at a cost to the District of $3,125.00. ƒ For 30 North and West students to attend the State Mathematics Competition in Champaign, Illinois on April 30 to May 1, 2004 at a cost to the District of $3,020.00. ƒ For three North students to attend the DECA National Competition in Nashville, Tennessee on April 30 to May 5, 2004 at no cost to the District. ƒ For 10 West students to attend the DECA National Competition in Nashville, Tennessee on April 30 to May 5, 2004 at no cost to the District.

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− Adopt Supplemental Levy and Supplemental Budget Resolution to reflect the fact that the voters did approve the 23-cent rate increase in the Ed Fund. − IHSA Membership for 2004-05 School Year for Niles North and Niles West.

IX.

Superintendent’s Report There was no report given.

X.

Board Members’ Comments No comments were made.

XI.

Board Committee and Other Reports Policy Committee Dr. Doniger reported that the next meeting will take place April 27 at 7:45 a.m.

XII.

Adjourn It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by BURNETT to adjourn this portion of the meeting to conduct a reorganization of the Board. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

XIII.

Call to Order Board members present at Roll Call: Michael Burnett, Sheri Doniger, Jeffrey Greenspan, Ruth Klint, Tim Knudsen, Robert Silverman, Lynda Gault Smith. − Selection of President Pro Tem It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by DONIGER to appoint Neil Codell as President Pro Tem. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

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− Nominations for Board Officers It was moved by KLINT and seconded by DONIGER to Nominate Robert Silverman as Board President. It was moved by BURNETT to nominate Jeffrey Greenspan as Board President. It was moved by KNUDSEN and seconded by GREENSPAN that the slate of officers remain the same.

Attorney Tony Scariano advised the Board members that the first nomination required action.

A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. Voting Nay: Greenspan. The motion carried.

It was moved by KNUDSEN and seconded by BURNETT that the slate of officers remain the same. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Greenspan, Knudsen. Voting Nay: Doniger, Klint, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion did not carry. It was moved by KLINT and seconded by DONIGER to nominate Lynda Gault Smith as Vice President. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Klint, Silverman, Gault Smith. Voting Nay: Greenspan, Knudsen. The motion carried.

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It was moved by KLINT and seconded by GAULT SMITH to nominate Sheri Doniger as Secretary. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Klint, Gault Smith. Voting Nay: Burnett, Greenspan, Knudsen, Silverman. The motion did not carry. It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by KLINT to nominate Jeffrey Greenspan as secretary. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Gault Smith. Voting Nay: Burnett, Knudsen. The motion carried. It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by GAULT SMITH to nominate Sheri Doniger as Secretary Pro Tem. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

− Set Regular Board Meeting Schedule for April 2004 – April 2005 Mr. Greenspan asked that the suggested meeting in July be changed to July 20. It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by BURNETT to accept the Regular Board Meeting Schedule for April 2004 through April 2005 with the meetings having a starting time of approximately 7:00 p.m. for executive session and 7:45 p.m. for the public meetings. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

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Board meeting dates for April 2004 – April 2005 are as follows: Monday, November 1, 2004 Monday, April 26, 2004 Monday, May 17, 2004 Monday, November 22, 2004 Monday, June 7, 2004 Tuesday, December 14, 2004 Monday, June 28, 2004 Monday, January 10, 2005 Tuesday, July 20, 2004 Monday, January 31, 2005 Monday, August 2, 2004 Tuesday, February 22, 2005 Monday, August 30, 2004 Monday, March 14, 2005 Monday, September 20, 2004 Monday, April 11. 2005 Tuesday, October 12, 2004 1

− Committee Assignments Mr. Silverman asked that this be held off until the next meeting. All Board members agreed. XIV.

Business Payments to Contractors It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by GAULT SMITH to authorize the payments for various contractors included in pay request #50 totaling $331,611.41. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried. Included for payment were the following: ƒ Payment #36 to IHC Group for Contract Order Delivery Services in the amount of $81,201.01. ƒ Payment #36 to IHC Group for Material Procurement Services in the amount of $42,825.12. ƒ Final payment #6 to ACM Elevator Company for Trade Package 14a-NW for Elevators at Niles North and Niles West in the amount of $22,550.20. ƒ Final payment #5 to Divane Bros. Electric Co. for Trade Package 16c-nw for Site Electrical at Niles North and Niles West in the amount of $70,595.25 ƒ Final payment #18 to International Decorators Incorporated for Trade Package 9e-NW for Metal Studs, Dry Wall & Paint at Niles North and Niles West in the amount of $98,514.68. ƒ Payment #4 to Carroll Seating Company for Trade Package 12c-nw for Plastic Laminate Casework for West and North in the amount of $8,880.30 ƒ Final payment #13 to Kil-Bar Electric Company for Trade Package 16f-N for Electrical at Niles North in the amount of $7,044.85.

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Change Orders It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by BURNETT to approve change orders totaling $5,197.56. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried. Change orders included are as follows: ƒ ƒ

Change order #20 for $1,498.78 with Berry Electric Contracting Company and to revise their contract from $2,489,980.84 to $2,491,479.62 (5.89%). Change order #20 for $3,698.78 with Kil-Bar Electric Company and to revise their contract from $2,770,318.09 to $2,774,016.87 (5.55%).

School Fees Gerry Yeggy said the administration is keeping all the fees the same as last year, except for increasing the student parking by 50%. It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by BURNETT to approve school fees for the 2004-05 school year as follows: Student Fees $450 per student and $360 for other students in the same family, drivers education fee of $350 per student, Bus fee for students living less than 1½ miles from school of $300 for the first student and $240 for additional students, and parking fee of $300. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman. Voting Nay: Greenspan. Absent: Gault Smith. The motion carried.

Policy Changes – 1st Reading No changes were made.

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Reciprocal Reporting Agreement with Village of Skokie It was moved by GAULT SMITH and seconded by BURNETT to adopt the reciprocal reporting agreement with the Village of Skokie. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman. Absent: Gault Smith. The motion carried.

Purchases It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by GREENSPAN to award the contract to Star Printing for the purchase of the Student Handbooks for the 200405 school year in the amount of $15,680. Mr. Greenspan asked that the Board see the final handbook before it goes to the printer. Roger Stein said the Board will receive a copy after final changes are reviewed by EPAC. Michael Burnett asked for the price paid for handbooks last year. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman. Absent: Gault Smith. The motion carried.

XV.

Old Business There was no old business discussed.

XVI.

New Business There was no new business discussed.

XVII. Audience to Visitors (on items related to district business) David Cormalles said the Board should prepare itself for a firestorm due to the events that took place this evening.

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XVIII. Correspondence and FOIA Requests There was no correspondence or FOIA requests. XIX.

Information Items Procedures Number 6:15-AP1 6:15-AP2 6:160-E1 6:250-E 6:310-R1AP1 7:60-R3 AP3 7:190-R3 AP3 7:200-RAP 7:210-R 8:22-R1 8:22-E1 8:25-AP1 8:30-R1 AP1

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Name Consequences for a SCHOOL Missing Adequate Yearly Progress Consequences for a DISTRICT Missing Adequate Yearly Progress Student Home Language Survey Volunteer Information Form and Waiver of Liability Work Study (CVE and CDE) Establishing Student Residency Guidelines for Reciprocal Reporting of Criminal Offenses Committed By Students Suspensions Expulsions Prep 219 Prep 219 Activity Application Form Advertising & Distributing Materials by Non-School Related Entities Unauthorized Activities on School Property

Closed Session and Recess It was moved by GAULT SMITH and seconded by DONIGER to recess into closed session to discuss matters relating to litigation, negotiations, and the employment, appointment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees and to adjourn therefrom with no action to be taken. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Burnett, Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Knudsen, Silverman, Gault Smith. The motion carried.

The Board went into closed session at 11:25 p.m. The meeting adjourned at 12:05 a.m. on April 8, 2004.

________________________________ President

_____________________________ Secretary

MINUTES APPROVED MAY 17, 2004.

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