Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Trustees Agenda for July 13 Meeting

The CSU Board of Trustees meets next Tuesday, July 13, at the Chancellor's Office in Long Beach.

The day will begin with closed sessions on personnel matters and collective bargaining, with the open meeting of the Committee on Collective Bargaining estimated to begin at 11:30 a.m.

Among the agenda items are:

  • Ratification of a contract with Academic Professionals of California (APC), representing Unit 4, Academic Support (Committee on Collective Bargaining)
  • Set compensation for Dr. Ephraim P. Smith, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer, at $285,000 plus $1,000 per month car allowance, annual medical physical examination, and the transition program for university executives. (Committee on University and Faculty Personnel)
  • Set compensation for San José State University Interim President Don W. Kassing at $328,200, plus an annual supplement of $25,000 from San José State University Foundation sources, occupation of the official university presidential residence, a university vehicle or a $1000 per month car allowance, an annual medical physical examination, and actual, necessary and reasonable relocation expenses. (Committee on University and Faculty Personnel)
  • Set compensation for California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Interim President Dr. Robert Glidden, at $328,200, plus housing and a vehicle provided by the university, and actual, necessary and reasonable relocation expenses. (Committee on University and Faculty Personnel)
  • Approval of plan to displace 99 tenants of the Dobbs Street Apartments acquired by California State University, Los Angeles, so that the property can be renovated as housing for graduate and upper-division CSULA students. (Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings, and Grounds)
  • Approval of $2,627,000 for a water filtration plant at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. (Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings, and Grounds)
  • Approval of $15,000,000 for purchase of an existing cogeneration plant on the west side of the California State University, Channel Islands (CSUCI) campus. (Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings, and Grounds)
  • Approval of $2,200,000 for CSU San Marcos to Sparkman Elementary School in Temecula for use by its Extended Learning Southwest Riverside Facility, also in Temecula. Funding will come from local redevelopment funds. (Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings, and Grounds)
  • Approval of $43,980,000 for design and construction of a student union to include a large ballroom, meeting rooms, Associated Student and student organization offices, food services, lounges, a coffee shop, and recreational area for students. (Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings, and Grounds)
  • Approval to explore acquisition of a portion of the Concord Naval Weapons Station as a site for a future CSU East Bay Concord branch campus (Committee of the Whole)

Details for most agenda items are found in the relevant committee agendas.

You can address the board on your own behalf with 2 days' notice, by following the instructions on page 2 of the Schedule of Meetings. Except for the closed sessions early in the day, these are open meetings which anyone may attend and observe.

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