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Board of Trustees - Regular Meeting
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 6:00 PM
Norco College, Center for Student Success, Room 217, 2001 Third Street, Norco California

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Order of Business

Pledge of Allegiance

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I. Comments From The Public
Board invites comments from the public regarding any matters within the jurisdiction of the Board of Trustees. Pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act, the Board cannot address or respond to comments made under Public Comment.
II. Approval of Minutes (Download Complete Approval of Minutes Section)
 A.Minutes of the Board of Trustees Regular/Committee Meeting of March 4, 2014
  Recommend approving the March 4, 2014 Board of Trustees Regular/Committee meeting minutes as prepared.
 B.Minutes of the Board of Trustees Regular Meeting of March 18, 2014
  Recommend approving the March 18, 2014 Board of Trustees Regular meeting minutes as prepared.
 C.Minutes of the Board of Trustees Special Meeting of March 18, 2014
  Recommend approving the March 18, 2014 Board of Trustees Special meeting minutes as prepared.
 D.Minutes of the Board of Trustees Special Meeting of March 25, 2014
  Recommend approving the March 25, 2014 Board of Trustees Special meeting minutes as prepared.
III. Public Hearing  (None)
IV. Chancellor's Reports (Download Complete Chancellor's Reports Section)
 A.Chancellor's Communications
  Information Only
 B.Presentation on STEM at Norco College
  Information Only
 C.Five to Thrive Presentation Led by Monica M. Gutierrez, Ph. D., Associate Professor, Biology
  Information Only
 D.Future Monthly Committee Agenda Planner and Annual Master Planning Calendar.
  Information Only
V. Student Report (Download Complete Student Report Section)
 A.Student Report
  Information Only
VI. Consent Agenda Action (Download Complete Consent Agenda Action Section)
 A.Diversity/Human Resources
  1.Academic Personnel
   Recommend approving/ratifying academic personnel actions.
  2.Classified Personnel
   Recommend approving/ratifying classified personnel actions.
  3.Other Personnel
   Recommend approving/ratifying other personnel actions.
 B.District Business
  1.Purchase Order and Warrant Report – All District Resources
   Recommend approving/ratifying the Purchase Orders and Purchase Order Additions totaling $1,192,124 and District Warrant Claims totaling $5,882,569.
  2.Budget Adjustments
   a.Budget Adjustments
    Recommend approving the budget transfers as presented.
  3.Resolution(s) to Amend Budget
   a.Resolution No. 36-13/14 – 2013-2014 AB 86 Adult Education Consortium Planning Grant
    Recommend approving the resolution and adding the revenue and expenditures of $435,294 to the budget.
   b.Resolution No. 37-13/14 – 2013-2014 Enrollment Growth for ADN-RN Program
    Recommend approving the resolution and adding the revenue and expenditures of $68,400 to the budget.
   c.Resolution No. 38-13/14 – 2013-2014 Career Ladders Program
    Recommend approving the resolution and adding the revenue and expenditures of $5,587 to the budget.
   d.Resolution No. 39-13/14 – 2013-2014 Proposition 39: Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2012
    Recommend approving the resolution and adding the revenue and expenditures of $1,043,830 to the budget.
  4.Contingency Budget Adjustments  (None)
  5.Bid Awards
   a.Bid Award for the Culinary Arts Academy & District Offices, Coil School for the Arts, and Parking Structure (CAADO/CSA) Phase 1 –Ground Work – Bid Categories 01, 03, and 24
    Recommend awarding CAADO/CSA Phase 1 – Ground Work project - Bid Categories 01, 03, and 24, for the total bid amount of $1,965,716 to the contractors listed on the attachment.
   b.Bid Award for the Bradshaw HVAC Replacement Project
    Recommend awarding the bid in the total amount of $276,568 to AMS Anderson Air Conditioning, LP.
   c.Bid Award for the Wheelock Gymnasium Storm Drain Improvement Plan
    Recommend awarding the bid in the total amount of $245,777 to Hemet MFG Co., Inc. dba Genesis Construction.
  6.Grants, Contracts and Agreements
   a.Contracts and Agreements Report Less than $84,100 – All District Resources
    Recommend ratifying contracts totaling $248,311.
   b.Amendment to Agreement between Riverside Community College District and Custom Corporate Communications, Inc. for Workforce Training
    Recommend approving the Amendment to the Agreement between Riverside Community College District and Custom Corporate Communications, Inc. in amount not to exceed $480,000.00 for workforce training.
  7.Out-of-State Travel
   Recommend approving out-of-state travel.
  8.Other Items
   a.Notices of Completion
    Recommend accepting the projects listed on the attachment as complete, and approving the execution of the Notices of Completion (under Civil Code Section 3093 – Public Works).
   b.Surplus Property
    Recommend declaring the property on the attached lists to be surplus; finding that the equipment does not exceed the total value of $5,000; finding that the Surplus Portable Mobile Modular Trailer may exceed the total value of $5,000; and authorizing all property be consigned to The Liquidation Company to be sold on behalf of the District.
   c.Resolution No. 35-13/14 - Authorization to Encumber Funds
    Recommend approving Resolution No. 35 13/14 - Authorization to Encumber Funds.
   d.Resolution No. 40-13/14 - 2014-2015 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note (TRAN)
    Recommend approving: (1)participation in the California School Cash Reserve Program; (2) Resolution No. 40-13/14 authorizing the borrowing of funds to a maximum amount of $15 million for fiscal year 2014-2015; (3) the issuance and sale of 2014-2015 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes; and (4) requesting the Board of Supervisors of the County to issue and sell said note.
   e.Adoption of Education Protection Account Funding and Expenditures
    Recommend approving the proposed use of the estimated $17,189,580 of Education Protection Account proceeds resulting from the passage of Proposition 30 to partially fund instructional salaries and benefits.
   f.Signature Authorization
    Recommend authorizing Dr. Irving Hendrick and Dr. Sylvia Thomas to sign vendor warrant orders, salary payment orders, notices of employment, bank checks, wire transfers, purchase orders, and grant documents retroactive to April 1, 2014 and April 3, 2014, respectively.
VII. Consent Agenda Information (Download Complete Consent Agenda Information Section)
 A.Monthly Financial Report for Month Ending – March 31, 2014
  Information Only
VIII. Board Committee Reports (Download Complete Board Committee Reports Section)
 A.Governance  (None)
 B.Teaching and Learning
  1.Proposed Curricular Changes
   Recommend approving the proposed changes for inclusion in the college catalogs and the schedule of class offerings.
 C.Planning and Operations
  1.Agreement for Purchase of Modular Structures with the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools
   Recommend approving the agreement for the purchase of modular structures with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools (RCOE)
 D.Resources  (None)
 E.Facilities
  1.Pre-qualification List of Firms for Inspection Services/Inspector of Record (IOR)
   Recommend approving the following nine (9) firms for eligibility for hire on an individual basis as needed to execute projects: 1) Stephen Payte DSA Inspections, Inc.; 2) Consulting & Inspection Services, LLC; 3) LCC3 Construction Services, Inc.; 4) The Vinewood Company, LLC; 5) Inland Inspections & Consulting; 6) TYR, Inc.; 7) Knowland Construction Services; 8) Blue Coast Consulting; and 9) Independent Construction Inspection.
  2.Pre-qualification List of Firms for Geotechnical Engineering Services
   Recommend approving the following eleven (11) firms for eligibility for hire on an individual basis as needed to execute projects: 1) Koury Engineering & Testing, Inc.; 2) Group Delta Consultants, Inc.; 3) Ninyo and Moore; 4) Leighton Consulting, Inc.; 5) Inland Foundation Engineering, Inc.; 6) GeoTek, Inc.; 7) CHJ Consultants; 8) MTGL, Inc.; 9) Geocon West, Inc.; 10) Converse Consultants; and 11) United Inspection and Testing.
  3.Firm Selection and Special Inspection and Materials Testing Services Agreements for the Culinary Arts Academy/District Office Building, Henry W. Coil, Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts Building, and Parking Structure with River City Testing
   Recommend approving: 1) the selection of River City Testing for Special Inspection and Materials Testing Services for the Culinary Arts Academy/District Office Building (CAA/DO), Henry W. Coil, Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts Building CSA), and Parking Structure projects; 2) agreement with River City Testing in the amount of $192,154 for the CAA/DO project; and 3) agreement in the total amount of $499,047 for the CSA and Parking Structure project.
  4.Firm Selection and Inspection Services Agreements for the Culinary Arts Academy/District Office Building, Henry W. Coil, Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts Building, and Parking Structure projects with Inland Inspections & Consulting
   Recommend approving: 1) the selection of Inland Inspections & Consulting for Inspection Services/Inspector of Record (IOR) Services for the Culinary Arts Academy/District Office Building (CAA/DO), Henry W. Coil, Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts Building (CSA), and Parking Structure projects; 2) agreement with Inland Inspections & Consulting in the amount of $166,680 for the CAA/DO project; and 3) agreement in the total amount of $294,200 for CSA and Parking Structure project.
IX. Administrative Reports (Download Complete Administrative Reports Section)
 A.Vice Chancellors
  1.Amendment to Agreement for Employee Benefits Consulting Services with Keenan and Associates
Recommend approving the Employee Benefits Consulting Services Agreement Amendment with Keenan and Associates to extend the agreement from May 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015 in the amount of $81,097.47 payable in nine (9) monthly installments of $9,010.83.
  2.Summer Workweek
Recommend approving the four-ten hour day workweek from June 16 through August 15, 2014 for management, classified, and confidential support staff.
 B.Presidents
X. Academic Senate Reports
 A.Moreno Valley College
 B.Norco College
 C.Riverside City College/Riverside Community College District
XI. Bargaining Unit Reports
 A.CTA - California Teachers Association
 B.CSEA - California School Employees Association
XII. Business From Board Members (Download Complete Business from Board Members Section)
 A.Update from Members of the Board of Trustees on Business of the Board.
  Information Only
XIII. Closed Session (Download Complete Closed Session Section)
 A.Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957, Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release
  Recommended Action to be Determined.
 B.Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation (Paragraph (1) of Subdivision (D) of Government Code Section 54956.9) - CSEA Chapter 535 v. Riverside Community College District, PERB Case No. LA-CE-5895-E
  Recommended Action to be Determined
 C.Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation (Paragraph (1) of Subdivision (D) of Government Code Section 54956.9) - CSEA Chapter 535 v. Riverside Community College District, Grievance Arbitration
  Recommended Action to be Determined
XIV. Adjournment