School Board Niles Township District 219, Cook County, Illinois MINUTES Monday, April 7, 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, Jeffrey Greenspan, Ruth Klint, Robert Silverman, Eileen Valfer Absent: David Ko, Carlton Evans II. Closed Session It was moved by KLINT and seconded by VALFER 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, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The Board recessed into closed session at 6:40 p.m. III. Open Session It was moved by VALFER and seconded by DONIGER to return to open session at 7:50 p.m. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. IV. Recall to Order Mr. Silverman recalled the meeting to order at 8:06 p.m. and the Pledge was recited. V. Changes / Additions to the Agenda The green personnel handout was added to the Consent Agenda. Approval of the ERO Letters and attachments discussed in Closed Session amending the Collective Bargaining Agreement was added to the Consent Agenda. The appeal that was made in Closed Session was added to the Consent Agenda. Confirmation of the superintendent’s denial of the Uniform Grievance Complaint discussed in Closed Session was added to the Consent Agenda. VI. Audience to Visitors (on agenda items only) Panjak Sharma, Social Studies Teacher at Niles North and President of the Niles Township Federation of Teachers (NTFT), thanked the Board for giving teachers and staff the option of using their District school photo or the Google silhouette image on Google mail. VII. Student Representative Comments Niles West - Stephanie Knoor highlighted the upcoming events for Niles West: SingStrong (Niles West’s A Cappella group) won the top three spots out of seven schools that competed last week. The prom is Saturday, April 26. The dates for tBay are April 7 – 11. The Variety show is this Friday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m. Student Government is holding its annual dodge ball tournament this Thursday, April 17 at 4:00 p.m. and the proceeds will go to Dance Marathon. Breakfast with the Board is Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 a.m. in the Student Commons. Niles North – Madi Gardner (filling in for Maggi Kreisheh) highlighted upcoming events for Niles North: Niles North International Night is Saturday, April 12 at 6:00 p.m. Student Government will have their Third Annual Film Fest on Friday, April 11. The Annual Jazz program will be held on Friday is April 11. Community Representative Comments There were no community representative comments.

VIII. 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, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. Included in the Consent Agenda: Monthly Bills and Payroll totaling $6,207,089.68 Personnel −

Approved administrative contracts for the following administrative associates for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school year: NAME Karels, Richard

POSITION SALARY EFFECTIVE DATE Payroll Associate, 260 $51,500 April 21, 2014 – June 30, 2015 calendar $75,000 April 21, 2014 – June 30, 2015 Romano, Senior Human Resource Angelica Generalist, 260 calendar − Approved the employment of the following administrative staff for 2014 Summer School: NAME Felton, Marlon −

FTE 1.0

SALARY $6,200

Approved the resignation of the following administrative associate: NAME Simon, Kelly



POSITION Dean of Students

POSITION/LOCATION Payroll Associate / District

EFFECTIVE DATE March 13, 2014

Approved retaining the employment of the following non-tenured teachers for the 2014-2015 school year: FIRST YEAR Adducci, Caroline Barnes, Sarita Baskin, Megan Casey, Caitlen Chihoski, Robert DeFelice, Sean Dribin, Elizabeth Eiseman, Jacklyn Flahive, Lauren Grossman, Michael Mormolstein, Jason Myers, Catherine Neal, Thomas Ocasio, Venesa Odell, Kathryn Ona, Imee Page, Jennifer Patel, Tapan Pickett, Kia Romanchuk, Kaitlin Schumann, Michael Stanford, Jason Toy, Daniel

First Year: Second Year:

SECOND YEAR Ahlman, Annaliisa Ali, Syed Bhatt, Karishma Booker, Gordon Durrani, Farrahdoon Filipek, Cheryl Guillietti-Schmitt, Allegra Hanson, Courtney Hill, Alexandra Johnson, Justin Johnson, Melanie Kelly, Maria Larrabee, Daniel Madigan, Jessica McGovern, Meghan Murphy, Ryan Naatz, Timothy Nemo, Tasha Penn, Crystal Pietrzyk, Sonia Raiber, Anna Shafron, David Smith, Jessica Sullivan, Timothy Yin, Iris

THIRD YEAR Amelianovich, Ashley Behling, James Bower, Margaret Braheny, Kyle Chu, Gary Gjerpen, Katie Hamilton, Anna Helms, Tina Kajmowicz, Kathie Kosiba, Daniel Lindberg, Ryan Mosier, Amber Nocella, Michael Persaud, Stephanie Puglisi, Daniel Qian, Yan Song, Esther Vana, John Zwikel, Amy

FOURTH YEAR Casey, Daniel Caceres, Felix Davis, Patti-Anne DiZillo, Joseph Klamm, Andrew Oddo, Eric Patel, Poonam Richards, Mary Silverberg, Ivan Sortino, Deanna

Full-time teachers employed before November 1, 2011, in their first year of employment in District 219 Teachers in their second consecutive year of full-time employment in District 219

Third Year: Fourth Year: −

Approved the resignation of the following certified staff: NAME Ewing, Tyson



POSITION/LOCATION Mathematics / North

LEAVE FTE November 3, 2014 – December 19, 2014

TYPE OF LEAVE Unpaid

LEAVE FTE April 14, 2014 April 24, 2014

Approved the employment of the following paid interns for the 2014-2015 school year: POSITION/LOCATION Psychology Intern / West Psychology Intern / West

SALARY $16,000/Yr. $16,000/Yr.

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014

Approved the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for and 2013-14 School year: NAME Ahmed, Halima Ali, Ali Bhaila, Mustafa Birndorf, Mara Brown, Doniel Fernandes, Maria Joseph, Joane Leopado, Addy Lukose, Steve Marcelo, Isabella Markland, Brittany Markland, Trent Nash, Gabriel Nissan, Ashour Palmer, Allison Szymanski, Jason Vega, Leslie Wallace, Olivia Weinketz, Gabrielle Zafar, Bisma



TYPE OF LEAVE Family Care – Unpaid

POSITION/LOCATION Main Office / North

NAME Leonardo, Mary Schwartz, Jonathon −

EFFECTIVE DATE June 9, 2014

Approved the following support staff leave of absence for the 2013-2014 school year: NAME O’Brien, Yolanda



POSITION/LOCATION Mathematics / North

Approved the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Erickson, Christine



Teachers in their third consecutive year of full-time employment in District 219 Teachers in their fourth consecutive year of full-time employment in District 219, therefore, attaining tenure on the day after the last day of the school year

POSITION / LOCATION Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Line Judge, Athletics / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Main Office < 600/hours / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North

RATE $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $14.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr.

EFFECTIVE DATE April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014 April 7, 2014

Approve the employment of the following stipend positions for the 2013-2014 school year: NILES NORTH Boys Outdoor Track, Assistant

NAME Lee, Yoon



Approved the Resolution Authorizing Non-Renewal of Part-Time and Part-Year Non-Tenured Teachers (attached).



Approved the Resolution Authorizing Non-Renewal of First – Third Year Non-Tenured Teachers (attached).



Approved the Resolution for the Honorable Dismissal of Teacher (attached).



Approved administrative contracts for the following administrators for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Sterpin, Jennifer Wallace, Corrie



Mullins, Anne Marie

Kakares, Irene Kastrinakis, Christina

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

POSITION Psychologist - MA60 / Step 12 185 day calendar Certified School Nurse – BA / Step 1 186 day calendar

FTE .8

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014

1.0

POSITION Social Studies English

EFFECTIVE DATE May, 2018 May, 2018

POSITION Executive Secretary, Humanities S4 / Step 9, 260 days Executive Secretary, Humanities S4 / Step 8, 260 days Secretary B, Deans Office S3 / Step 5, 186 days

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 July 1, 2014 July 1, 2014

Approved the resignation of the following support staff for 2014 Summer School:

NAME Kakares, Irene −

$130,488

Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Garvey, Jacqueline



EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2016

Approved the retirement of the following certified staff:

NAME Grossman, Steven Wack, Paul −

SALARY $135,000

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

NAME Powell, Kerry



POSITION Director of Licensure and Evaluation, 260 day calendar Director of ELL and Diversity, 260 day calendar

POSITION Summer School Secretary

EFFECTIVE DATE April 7, 2014

Approved the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for and 2013-14 School year:

NAME Jacobs, Charles

POSITION / LOCATION Main Office / West

RATE $12.00/Hr.

EFFECTIVE DATE April 7, 2014



Approved the Minutes of the Board of Education March 10, 2014 Open and Closed.



Approved the ISHA Membership Renewal for the 2014-15 School Term.



Approved the ELL Parent Center Agreement Renewal.



Approved the purchase of 84 Schwinn Spin Cycles for North and West by awarding the contract to Direct Fitness Solutions LLC, the lowest responsible bidder meeting specifications in the amount of $99,549.



Approved replacement of Small Copier Fleet – North and West with Canon Solutions America, Inc. for $111,474 under a government contract and to enter into a five year maintenance contract for the new copiers at a fixed rate of $.00989/copy with no minimum volume or payment required.



Approved Bid Release #2 Trade Package 32a Site Utilities by entering into a contract with Sheridan Plumbing and Sewer for the site utility work for the amount of $293,600 for site work at both schools.



Approved that the Administration award the Niles Building Maintenance 2014 Summer Work Bid Release #2 Plumbing Contract to DeFranco Plumbing in the amount of $530,749 and $8,750 for alternate #2, as specified.



Approved the change order in the amount of $41,108.82 to Hartwig Plumbing and Heating, Inc. for the Niles North Aquatic Center.



Approved the ERO Letters and attachments amending the Collective Bargaining Agreement.



Approved the confirmation of Superintendent’s denial of the Uniform Grievance Complaint discussed in Closed Session.

IX. Superintendent’s Report Dr. Gatta commented that District 219’s architectural firm was selected to present for the Tri Conference next November based on the work they did in conjunction with the Administration, Board of Education and our parent groups about how to involve parents and students in the planning of major projects, i.e. construction of the pool, etc. Dr. Gatta represented District 219 at Monday night’s Lincolnwood Village Trustees’ meeting so that she would be informed of what may impact the tax base of the District, residents and commercial property. Since a TIF proposal was on the agenda Dr. Gatta informed the Trustees that District 219 would like to be included in that process so that some of the revenues can be shared with other taxing bodies as to not shift the tax burden even further to properties that are outside the TIF zone. The College Fair will be held at Niles West on Wednesday, April 9. It is one of the largest college fairs in the Midwest and thousands of people will come through the doors of Niles West. Dr. Gatta thanked the administration and staff for their professionalism in setting this up. She invited everyone to take a walk through the College Fair to see the schools that will be in attendance. Dr. Gatta encouraged everyone to attend to the final Town Hall meeting, Tuesday, April 8 in the Niles West South Lobby. Principals’ Report Niles North - Dr. McTague highlighted some of the events at Niles North: Spring sports season is underway. Girls’ soccer team remains undefeated. Congratulations to multi-sports student athlete, Barrington Wade, who has been selected to serve on the ISHA Student Council. The Niles North Parent Advisory Council will be sponsoring the Annual 8th Grade Parent Night for all incoming freshman families on April 22 starting at 6:30 p.m. The focus will be on what every incoming freshmen parent needs to know from parents who have been there. The final Principal’s Recognition Breakfast of the year will be held on April 16 at 7:15 a.m. in the Student Commons. Congratulations to the Niles North World Wide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) who finished in the third in Sectionals and will be going to the state competition on April 10 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Spring Green at Niles North was very successful. Over 600 people attended the event and recycled materials. This week Niles North will launch the Celebration for 50 Years of Excellence website. The site will be used to connect with the North Alumni and school community to provide information about events that are planned for next year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of excellence in education. Niles West - Dr. Ness said there will be 270 colleges from around the country attending College Night. It is a great cooperation with Niles West, Niles North and Jerry Pope and all staff involved in this event. Feedback from the college reps is really great. Chris Schwarz and Mark Rigby organized a group of students to welcome and pay tribute to World War II veterans that arrived last night at Chicago’s Midway Airport. The trip was sponsored by Honor Flight Chicago, a non-profit organization that host about 12 flights a year, free of charge, for World War II veterans to spend a day in Washington. Spring Spirit Week will start this week. Athletics spring season is under way. Boys’ volley ball, gymnastics, and water polo teams are doing exceptionally well and are ranked in the top 20 in the state. Theater Avenue Q will start Thursday, May 1 through Saturday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. X. Board Committee Comments Dr. Doniger and Mr. Greenspan attended the National Green Schools Conference. The conference was based on long term green sustainability and health programs. Dr. Doniger and Mr. Greenspan did a presentation with our Directors of Physical Education. District 219 is consistent with the National standards. Mr. Silverman and Dr. Doniger attended the National School Board Associations (NSBA) annual meeting in New Orleans and thought this year’s conference was very inspirational. The discussion centered on what education would look like in the year 2025. There was also a discussion on GPS monitoring on school buses. District 219 will be receiving a free GPS bus monitoring system on a trial basis. Mr. Silverman and Dr. Doniger also attended some social

media sessions. One of the subjects discussed was the school Face Book page which should be for large announcements, i.e. celebrations and Twitter should be used for information, i.e. school closings, etc. XI. Board Committee Reports The Policy Committee had a meeting and discussed the First and Second Reading of the Policy. The Facility Committee had a meeting and all items on today’s agenda were approved. The Facility Committee will meet on May 6 to discuss Board policy issues relative to sustainability and items on the agenda. XII. Adjournment Sine die It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by VALFER to adjourn Sine Die. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer The motion carried. It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by DONIGER to appoint Nanciann Gatta as President Pro Tem. All were in favor. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer The motion carried. The Chair asked for nominations for a slate of officers to serve for a one year term. The nominations were Robert Silverman, President, Sheri Doniger, Vice President, Carlton Evans, Secretary, Ruth Klint, Secretary Pro Tem. Hearing no other nominations, President Pro-Tem Gatta closed the floor on nominations for Board Officers. A roll call was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. Mr. Silverman then took over his position as President and Chair of the meeting. −

Regular Board Meeting Schedule for May 2014-2015 It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to set the Board of Education Meetings from May 2014 through May 2015. A roll call was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. Board meeting dates are as follows: Monday, May 12, 2014 Monday, June 2, 2014 Monday, July 7, 2014 (Niles West South Lobby) Monday, August 4, 2014 Monday, August 25, 2014 Monday, September 22, 2014 Monday, October 20, 2014 Monday, November 17, 2014 Monday, December 15, 2014 Monday, January 12, 2015 Monday, February 9, 2015 Monday, March 16, 2015 Monday, April 13, 2015 Monday, May 11, 2015



Adopt Existing Board of Education Policies It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to adopt the existing Board of Education Policies and Procedures. A roll call vote was taken Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried.



Designate Bank of Depository for District Funds It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KLINT to designate Cole Taylor Bank as the Bank Depository for all District funds. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried.



XIII.

Committee Assignments It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by KLINT to table committee assignments until the May 12, 2014 meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. Business − Computer Replacement It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to approve the Computer Replacement. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Technology Purchase for Board Goal #3, AAL It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to approve the Technology Purchase for Board Goal #3, AAL. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Staffing Request for 2014-2015 It was moved by SILVERMAN and seconded by VALFER to approve the Staffing Request for FY 2014 and 2015. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Overnight Field Trip – West Choir Nationals No action was taken on the Overnight Field Trip, as the appropriate funds were raised for the trip. − Contract with Bill Koch It was moved by GREENSPAN and seconded by DONIGER to approve the contract with Bill Koch, as amended. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Policy and Procedures First Reading There was a discussion on the First Reading which will come before the Board at the May 12, 2014 meeting. − Policy and Procedures Second Reading It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to approve the Policy and Procedures Second Reading. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried.

The following policy and procedural changes were adopted at the April 7, 2014 Board of Education Meeting. Section 2 (School Board) Number 2:150

Name Committees

Change Remove EPAC.

Section 4 (Operational Services) Number 4:170-AP1-E5 NEW

Name Exhibit – Letter to Parents/Guardians Regarding Educational Programs about the Dangers of Underage Drinking

Change NEW: Add in response to State House Resolution.

Section 5 (Personnel) Number 5:30-AP1

Name Administrative Procedure – Job Interviews

Change Non-substantive changes.

5:50 5:60-AP1 5:90

Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workplace; Tobacco Prohibition Administrative Procedure – Travel Expenses Abused and Neglected Children Reporting

5:100 5:120

Staff Development Program Ethics and Conduct

5:120-AP2

Administrative Procedure – Employee Conduct Standards

Prohibit all employees from using medical cannabis while on District premises or while performing work for the District. Non-substantive changes. Expand reporting requirements to include hazing. Requires in-services and training for child sex abuse. Non-substantive changes. Incorporate Code of Ethics for Illinois Educators, 5:120-E (NEW) into policy. Incorporate Code of Ethics for Illinois Educators, 5:120-E (NEW) into policy. Includes language of medical cannabis, hazing, firearms, and teen dating violence.

5:120-E NEW 5:200

Exhibit – Code of Ethics for Illinois Educators, 23 Ill.Admin.Code §22.20 Terms and Conditions of Employment and Dismissal

Add electronic cigarettes to list of prohibited items. NEW: 23 Ill.Admin.Code §22.20

Non-substantive changes.

Section 6 (Instruction) Number 6:40 6:60

Name Curriculum Development Curriculum Content

6:60-AP1

Administrative Procedure – Comprehensive Health Education Program

6:220-E3

Exhibit – Use of Non-Adopted Instructional Materials Community Resources Persons and Volunteers Exhibit – Resource Person and Volunteer Information Form and Waiver of Liability

6:250 6:250-E

6:310

Credit for Alternative Courses and Programs, and Course Substitutions

Change Establish a minimum enrollment for courses to be staffed. Train students in CPR in PE class. Include teen dating violence in health education. Include teen dating violence. Softens emphasis on abstinence until marriage language. Non-substantive changes. Require volunteer coaches to comply hazing reporting requirements. Require volunteer coaches to comply hazing reporting requirements. Update volunteer form procedure. Clarify adapted physical education eligibility. Remove Youth Apprenticeship Vocational Education Program.

Section 7 (Students) Number 7:140 7:160 7:180

Change Non-substantive changes. Non-substantive changes. Non-substantive changes.

7:185

Name Search and Seizure Student Appearance Preventing Bullying, Intimidation and Harassment Teen Dating Violence Prohibited

NEW 7:190

Student Discipline

Add electronic cigarettes to list of prohibited items.

7:190-AP5 NEW 7:240

Administrative Procedure – Hazing Prohibited Code of Conduct for Participants in

NEW: mandatory teen violence program and reporting.

Require students to submit to a drug test when there is reasonable suspicion. NEW: Prohibit hazing and establishes disciplinary actions.

Non-substantive changes.

7:240-AP1

7:280-AP

7:290-AP1 7:300

Extracurricular Activities Administrative Procedures – Code of Conduct for Extra-Curricular Activities

Administrative Procedure – Managing Students with Communicable and Infectious Diseases Administrative Procedures – Adolescent Suicide and Crisis Intervention Extracurricular Athletics

Add electronic cigarettes to list of prohibited items. Require students to submit to a drug test when there is reasonable suspicion. Adds resources and guides for communicable diseases. Update reporting requirements of students with communicable and infectious diseases. Update procedure for readmitting students after psychiatric evaluations. Non-substantive changes.

Section 8 (Community Relations) Number 8:20-AP 8:30

Name Administrative Procedure – Community Use of School Facilities and Equipment Visitors to and Conduct on School Property

8:95

Parental Involvement

8:95-AP1

Administrative Procedure – Parental Involvement Education Policy Advisory Council (EPAC) Administrative Procedure – Education Policy Advisory Council Operating Procedures (EPAC)

8:96 8:96-AP REMOVED

Change Add electronic cigarettes to list of prohibited items. Prohibit use of medical cannabis. Prohibit use of electronic cigarettes. BOE shall appoint organizations including parents to review policies and procedures. BOE shall appoint organizations including parents to review policies and procedures. Modify EPAC meetings to be called as needed by the BOE Policy Committee. Removed.

XIV. Old Business There was no old business XV. New Business There was no new business. XVI. Audience to Visitors (on items related to District business) There was no Audience to Visitors discussions. XVII. Information Items − Monthly Financial Report – February 2014 − FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) − Electronic Signature − GCA Contract – Amendment #1 XVIII. Adjournment It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to adjourn the meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 9:14 p.m.

____________________________ President

____________________________ Secretary

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