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PAGE 10 JULY 22, 1994 Green Machine Lawn & Pest Control Weed Free & Green Lawns Ask your Neighbors - We Kill Bugs! Ron Memmott AWN OF THE (Same K is at the home of Melvin and Sheila _Prodzinski, 201 N. 100 W. SCHOOL additional for the Present: C. David White President, Norman L. Lamb Vice-President, and Board Members Rondo T. Brent Pat Farrer, Rimpau, and G. Edwards. Also present were Superintendent Carl M. Holmes, Superintendent Willden, Manager and Assistant Donald J. Business Nicholas. R. Dotson. 1. Guaranteed Service & Positive Results Lawrence met Board and _ BOARD MEETING MINUTES JULY 5, 1994 The meeting was called with the discussed air conditioning new schools. At for unused sick leave for all retirees will be put in place as soon as possible. 8. Board voted leeway was present the only room air conditioned are the discussed. auditorium, to help reduce class sizes if | implemented.. It was the+ consensus of the Board that media center and gym. Mr. Naylor explained to the Board that the reason air conditioners for the total buildings was not in the plan was because of the costs and the limited budget of the school district. After much discussion and costs appearing to be upwards of $200,000.00 for equipment and between $40.000.00 and $60,000.00 approximately no action be taken at this™ time. 9. Channel I Program reviewed. - Will not renew contract for next year. 10. Student Discipline Policy discussed. Will have one in place by the beginning of school. June 13, 1994, be approved. 3. (Bills) It was moved by cool are the Computer and Home Ec. areas. Mr. members of the Belknap P.T.A. having appeared and Rondo T. Farrer, seconded by G. Brent Edwards, and unanimously passed that the bill be approved. 4. (Coal Bids) It was moved by Rondo T. Farrer, seconded by Norman L. Lamb, and unanimously passed that the coal bid remain with Steve Gale for Lawrence will firm up prices and call Superintendent Homles next week. St. George Steel problem was turned over to the Construction Manager. a, (Negotiations) ‘ Negotiations was discussed _ expressed their concerns as next year. We received very good service and the rates will remain at $14.50 per ton for freight. Will pay mine for coal. 5. Staffing Discussed - Still need two science teachers. 6. (New Building Air. Conditioning) Architect, Ken Naylor, Mechanical Engineer, Ray Wilde, and Construction Manager, Cliff schools, get it was costs _ additional and to rooms decided to do three at each reviewed. Superintendent Holmes reported that the teachers would accept the Board offer of 4%, classified 4.01%, and administrators 4%. It was moved by G. Brent Edwards, seconded by Rondo T. Farrer, and unanimously passed that the above percentages by approved. A new Early Retirement Policy and Compensation ~ Call Lyndaat 801-387-2707 $66,000.00| school and possibly install extra pipes for future expansion. Main rooms to per year to operate the two For More Information Would generate | 11. (Budget Hearing) Budget Hearing - 5:30 P.M. This being the time set for public hearing to consider the proposed 1994-95 budget and adjusting the 1993-94 budget and six patrons, four of them being to order at 2:00 p.m. and an invocation was offered by C. David White. 2. (Minutes) It was approved by Pat Rimpau, seconded by Norman L. Lamb, and unanimously passed that the minutes of Local Owner for 25 Years) to the need for new playground equipment at the Belknap, and all elementary schools in the district, and all present having been given an opportunity to comment on the current and proposed budgets and the budget having —_ been examined by the Board, it was moved by Pat Rimpau, seconded by Rondo T. Farrer, and unanimously passed that the 1993-94 budget be adjusted to those figures shown on Form F-16 and that the 1994-95 budget — as shown on that same form be adopted and placed on file. 12. (Elem. Playground Equipment) After further discussion on playground equipment, it was moved by seconded by Pat Rimpau, an unanimously passed that CITIZEN COMPLAINTS AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT. Mayor Mary each elementary school in the district be allotted $2,000.00 from the recreation fund, which will ' Council Monday evening from a_ resident, Dave Jakeman, who his expressed G. Brent Edwards, be added to the funds they have on hand to help with the new equipment. 13. (Executive Session) It was moved by Norman L. Lamb, seconded by Rondo T. Farrer, and unanimously passed that the Board go into executive session at 8:00 P.M. Personnel matters were reviewed. 14. (Supt. Appointm't) It was moved by Rondo T. Farrer, seconded by Norman L. Lamb, and unanimously passed that Carl M. Holmes be reappointed as Superintendent for a term of two years. 15. There being no further business to come the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 P.M. Minutes will be presented for approval at the next School Board meeting. Until such time they are considered unofficial. Wiseman read a letter to the hesitancy in signing a complaint against dog owners for allowing their dogs to run at large. Although it is evident that the dogs create a nuisance on his property, he is fearful of retaliation, in the form of ~ decreased business for his shop, if he signs a complaint. Mrs. Drucilla _ Bradshaw, who has recently been the victim of some extensive property vandalism, expressed another viewpoint. "I didn't waste my time reporting it. They wouldn't do anything anyway," she said. JULY 5th COUNTY COMMISSION MINUTES ARE NOT YET AVAILABLE.