Proceedings of Board of Education Meetings – Nov. 9 and Nov. 30, 2016

Notes available December 14, 2016

PRESENT – Ronald Kardash, Jami Stevens, David Przestrzelski, Mary Beth Hudyncia and Joseph Bartholomew,  and Todd McFee

ABSENT -Jeffrey Jones

OTHERS -David W. Ziskin, Superintendent of Schools; Rebecca J. Smith, Secretary to the Superintendent;  Carl J. Rockefeller,  Business Manager; Deborah Larrabee,  Jr. Sr. High School Principal; Lauren Crisman, Elementary Principal; Katrina Canallatos, Director of Special Education; Craig Dailey, King & King Architects; Kreig Heroth, John Fureno, Rob Jenks, Lauri Broady, Faculty/Staff Members; Drew Fureno, Brady Fureno, Brittney Allen, Jillian McGowan, Michaela Stockwell, and Sierra Nichols, Students; Beth Phillips, Communications; Erin Smith, Jen Douglas, Trish D’Arcangelis; Cheryl Stockwell, and Kalee O’Connor,  Residents.

CALL TO ORDER – President Kardash  called the Regular Meeting to order    at 7:00 p.m.

PLEDGE  OF ALLEGIANCE
RECOGNIZE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS -Mr. Ziskin noted it was School Board Recognition Week recently and he wanted to express his thanks on behalf of the District for our Board of Education’s hard work and diligence in continuing to provide the highest quality of education for our students while still considering our tax payers

TIME FOR VISITORS – Craig Dailey, King and King Architects; presented the Board with information regarding the 5 year Building Condition Survey. Mr. Dailey noted the Building Condition Survey is mandated by the NYS Education  Department to be performed  every 5 years.  It is a 27 page, 116 item checklist to evaluate conditions of facilities and budget for future capital work. Mr. Dailey noted there were areas in each of the buildings which will need to be repaired  and he provided the Board with estimated budgets for repairs and upgrades. He noted this is their recommendation  and something for the Board to keep in mind in their upcoming    discussions.

The Board thanked  Mr. Dailey for his report.

Lauri Broady, Food Service Director, gave the Board an update on the Food Service Program. Mrs. Broady presented  information regarding the status of the School Nutrition  Program this   fall. Due to our district-wide CEP participation,  federal and state meal reimbursement revenues  are way up over this time last year.   Student participation is also up significantly,  especially   at the Jr/Sr HS, with about 80% of our students eating at least one meal each day. Mrs. Broady also discussed a change to white pasta, rather than whole wheat. Despite doing well with the whole  grain breads and other products, students have continually remained resistant to the whole wheat pasta.   Our menu now features white pasta, paired with a whole wheat    bread, roll or biscuit.

Students have also enjoyed the new “theme days” which feature familiar foods in unique combinations. Mrs. Broady thanked her staff for their hard work in making the meals even more tasty and appealing.

Kreig Heroth, Technology Teacher, presented the Board with information regarding the Engineering by Design program and the Advance Technology Career Pathway.  He noted we offer three technology course electives for 9th and 10th grade students. After completion of those courses, 11th and 12th graders can elect to continue in the Engineering by Design program at Fort Plain or attend HFM CTE early College Engineering Technology.   From there, students who complete the Engineering by Design program can go on to enroll in a 2 or 4-year college. Those who attended the HFM CTE program can receive  31 college in the high  School credits toward their enrohnent in a 2-4-year program or 31 FMC articulated credits to enroll in the FMCC and receive an A.AS. Electrical Technology Degree in one year. Mr. Heroth introduced two of his students, Brady Fureno and Michaela Stockwell who showed the Board examples of some of the projects they are completing in class. Mr. Ziskin and the Board thanked Mr. Heroth and the students for their presentation.

ACCEPT  THE MINUTES  OF THE REGULAR AND  SPECIAL MEETINGS  – Upon the recommendation  of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Bartholomew moved,  seconded by Mrs.  Hudyncia to accept the minutes  of the Regular Meeting held on October 12, 2016 and the   Special Meeting held on October 27, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.  ABSTAIN: None.   Motion  Carried.

ACCEPT FINANCIAL REPORTS     Upon the recommendation  of  Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Ms. McFee to accept the following financial reports: Treasurer’s Report for Money Market, Payroll, ACH Savings and General Fund for September 2016; Budget Reports for September 2016; Budget Amendments for September 2016; Treasurer’s Reports for Extra Classroom Funds for September 2016; and Claim’s Auditor Report dated October 2, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS – Safety Plans -Mr. Ziskin noted the Jr. Sr. High School Safety Plan is complete. He commended Ms. Larrabee for her work in updating the new template  from  the New York State Police. Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mrs. Hudyncia to approve the Jr. Sr. High School Safety Plan. AYES: Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Hudyncia, McFee  and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

PREVIOUS BUSINESS – Nothing at this time

NEW BUSINESS      Nothing  at this time

BUSINESS MANAGER – Mr. Rockefeller noted he is continuing to work on the Budget and preparing for upcoming negotiations.

ADMINSTRATOR REPORTS -Mrs. Crisman provided the Board with her report consisting of donation from the Elks Club; September  Students of the Month; K-3 teachers working with  Dr. Dozier; AIS team meetings; Safety Committee meetings; study hall meetings;  Google Platform to share data; Fort Plain Free Library Story Hour; Halloween Parade; Professional Development Workshops; monthly teacher attendance data; School Wide Discipline and Management Committee meeting; food service participation; and upcoming events. The Board thanked Mrs. Crisman for her  report.

Ms. Larrabee provided  her report to the Board consisting of Student Council Halloween Dance  and Haunted House; Frosted Fall Ball; Regional 8th grade Career Exploration Day: OK2XL activities; and Life Skills Class to visit  Senator Amedore.   Ms. Larrabee also provided the   Board with an update on the Board Priority Area Progress/Activities for November as well as well as a letter from Mr. Owen Dievendorf, commending our students for their recent care and concern for him.  He noted that two of our high school students recently  stopped on their way home to check  on him when he was resting while mowing his lawn.  He told Ms. Larrabee,  “Ijust wanted  someone to know we are raising our young people  in responsible, respectful  way to be the    leaders of our future.” The Board thanked Ms. Larrabee for her report and for sharing the letter.  Mrs. Canallatos provided the Board with her report  consisting of key special education statistics    as well as an update on the Board Priority Area Progress with regard to special education. The Board  and Mr. Ziskin thanked  Mrs. Canallatos for her report.

INFORMATIONAL  ITEMS –  Mr. Ziskin thanked the Administrators  for their continued work  to meet the goals and expectations  set by the  Board.

Mr. Ziskin provided the Board with enrollment information. The Elementary school has 485 students while the Jr. Sr. High School has 332.

Mr. Ziskin noted he and Mr. Kardash attended the ESSA (Every Student Succeed Act) Meeting. Mr. Ziskin provided an update on Board Goal #4 -Family and Community Engagement. He noted they have continued with open houses in both buildings, Remind App and Facebook communications,  Community walking program and fitness center, and upcoming website  redesign and survey. Mr. Ziskin will keep the Board updated on the progress of the redesign  of  the website.

PUBLIC  COMMENT – Erin Smith, parent to a first grade son, expressed her concern   regarding the security of the building entrance doors. She noted she feels the locks should be on  the inner doors so that visitors are screened before they are let in the building. Mr. Ziskin noted they are reviewing security procedures and will take this into consideration. Trish D’Arcangelis expressed her concern regarding  inappropriate behavior  in the hallways  of the Jr. Sr. High  School Building. She asked if there were hall monitors. Mr. Ziskin noted we do not employ hall monitors as such but that the hallways are overseen by faculty and staff during the changing of classes.   Mr. Ziskin invited both Ms. Smith and Ms. D’Arcangelis to meet with him to discuss any further concerns they may have. The Board and Mr. Ziskin thanked the parents for their concerns  as well  as those in attendance.

EXECUTIVE SESSION -Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mr. McFee to move to executive session at 8:15 p.m. to discuss recommendations  or the CPSE/CSE/504  and personnel   issues. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION -The board returned to open session at 9:54 p.m. on a motion by Mr. McFee and seconded by Mrs. Hudyncia. President Kardash indicated that no action was taken during executive session. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew.  NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

CSE/CPSE RECOMMENDATIONS -Mr. Bartholomew moved, seconded by Mr. McFee to approve recommendations of the Committee  on Special Education for meetings held on October  6, 2016;  October  18, 2016;  October  19, 2016;  October 21, 2016; October 27, 2016; October 28, 2016; November 1, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

APPROVE HFM BOCES SUBSTITUTE LIST – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mrs. Hudyncia to approve the HFM BOCES Substitute List dated November 4, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

APPROVE SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded Mrs. Hudyncia to approve the following volunteers: Brittany Hardnett and Matthew Summerfield -Mrs. Bartholomew’s PreK Classroom; Austin VanAvery – Track and Field Program; and Elijah Braemer, Jacob Sardina, Geoff Snyder, and Chris Searles – Boys Basketball Program. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

APPOINT EXTRA DUTY POSITIONS -Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to appoint the following extra duty positions: Patti Jarabek – Humanities Coordinator and Phil Thibodeau – Modified Boys Basketball. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

CREATE NEW POSITION – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. McFee moved,  seconded by Mrs. Hudyncia to adopt the following resolution:  Resolved  that the Board   of Education hereby creates one (1) position of Cleaner/Bus Driver. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

APPOINTMENT (SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVER – J. HANIFIN) – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Bartholomew moved, seconded by Mrs. Stevens to approve the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Fort Plain Central School District hereby conditionally appoints Joseph Hanifin to the position of Substitute Bus Driver subject to the rules of the Montgomery County Civil Service Commission. In accordance with the Civil Service Rules, such appointment is a 6 month probationary appointment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis and subject to the receipt of both a statement from Joseph Hanifin regarding criminal convictions(s) or pending criminal charges and the receipt of criminal background clearance from the Commissioner of Education. Mr. Hanifin’s continued employment is specifically  contingent  upon the District’s receipt of notice,  from the Commissioner  of Education, that he is fully cleared for employment  and his continued 19A certification.  AYES:  Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Hudyncia,  McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.  ABSTAIN: None.  Motion  Carried.

APPOINT FITNESS CENTER INSTRUCTORS -Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to appoint Jessica Hazzard-Smith to the position of Fitness Instructor at the Fitness Center through April 30, 2017. She will be paid at the rate of $14.00 per hour. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

ADJOURNMENT -Mr. Przestrzelski moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to adjourn the meeting at 10:00p.m. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Hudyncia, McFee and Bartholomew.  NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.


Submitted December 20, 2016

Regular Meeting – November 30, 2016

PRESENT – Ronald Kardash, Jarni Stevens, David Przestrzelski, Jeffrey Jones, Joseph Bartholomew,  and Todd Mcfee.

ABSENT -Mary Beth Hudyncia

OTHERS -David W. Ziskin, Superintendent of Schools; Rebecca J. Smith, Secretary to the Superintendent; Carl J. Rockefeller, Business Manager.

CALL TO ORDER – President Kardash called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:00  p.m.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

TIME FOR VISITORS -None

ACCEPT FINANCIAL REPORTS -Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mr. Mcfee to accept the following financial reports: Treasurer’s Report for Money Market, Payroll, ACH Savings and General Fund for October 2016; Budget Reports for October 2016; and Treasurer’s Reports for Extra Classroom Funds for October 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.  NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.  Motion  Carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS – Safety Committee -Mr. Ziskin noted the lead results have been received. We are currently working to correct the affected areas.

PREVIOUS BUSINESS – Nothing at this time

NEW BUSINESS – Nothing at this time

BUSINESS MANAGER – Mr. Rockefeller provided the Board with the Tax Collector’s Report. He noted we continue to collect around  86% of the billed taxes.  Upon the recommendation  of  Mr. Rockefeller, Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mr. Jones to accept the Tax Collector’s Report  for 2016-2017.  AYES:   Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, Mcf ee and  Bartholomew. NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.  Motion Carried.

ADMINSTRATOR REPORTS -Mr. Ziskin excused the Administrator’s from this meeting. They will give their next reports at the January 11th meeting.

INFORMATIONAL  ITEMS- Mr. Ziskin noted the HFM BOCES Superintendents discussed the difficulty in getting substitute coverage for Superintendent Conference Days.  They are    looking into making half days into full days. They will continue to discuss this at their upcoming meetings before the calendar is finalized.

Mr. Ziskin provided  an update on Priority/Goal  Area # 1: Safety and Social Emotional Developmental Health. He noted we have had the first of three lock down drills that are now required, December 9th Staff Development consisted of Homeland Security Presentation on School Safety and Emergency Preparedness; we have created a Behavior Support Specialist position; Social and Emotional Developmental Health Coordination for PreK-12; Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Trainings for faculty and staff; and Led Testing results and remediation.  Mr. Ziskin informed the Board he will continue with Board Goal updates as  well as presentations  by staff members regarding progress  of our goals.

PUBLIC COMMENT –   None

EXECUTIVE SESSION – Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to move to executive session at 6:29 p.m. to discuss recommendations or the CPSE/CSE/504 and personnel issues. AYES:  Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.  NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.  Motion Carried.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION -The board returned to open session at 7:50 p.m. on a motion by Mr. McFee and seconded by Mr. Jones. President Kardash indicated that no action was taken during executive session. AYES: Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.  ABSTAIN: None.   Motion  Carried.

CSE/CPSE RECOMMENDATIONS -Mr. McFee moved, seconded by Mrs. Stevens to approve recommendations of the Committee on Special Education for meetings held on November 4, 2016; November  7, 2016; November  9, 2016; November  15, 2016; November 16, 2016; November 17, 2016; and November 21, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

ACCEPT  LETTER   OF  RESIGNATION  (E. SHULTS) – Upon  the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to accept the resignation of Emily Shults from her position of Full Time Aide effective November 22, 2016. AYES:  Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Jones, McFee  and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

ACCEPT LETTER OF RESIGNATION (B. THOMAS) -Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Jones moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to accept the resignation of Beth Thomas from her position of Full Time Aide effective December 22, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

ACCEPT LETTER OF RESIGNATION (J. KING) – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Bartholomew moved, seconded by Mr. Przestrzelski to accept the resignation of Judy King from her position of Full Time 1:1 Aide effective December 2, 2016. AYES:   Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

APPOINTMENT FULL TIME AIDE – (A. SMITH) – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Jones moved, seconded by Mr. McFee to approve the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Fort Plain Central School District hereby conditionally appoints Ashley J. Smith to the position of Full Time Teacher Aide subject to the rules of the Montgomery County Civil Service Commission. In accordance with the Civil Service Rules, such appointment is a six-month probationary appointment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis, and subject to the receipt of both a statement from Ashley Smith regarding criminal conviction(s) or pending criminal charges and the receipt of criminal background clearance from the Commissioner of Education. Ashley Smith’s continued employment is specifically contingent upon the District’s receipt of notice from the Commissioner of Education, that she is fully cleared for employment. Miss Smith’s starting rate will be at I 0% above starting rate based upon her experience;    therefore, her starting salary will be $12.96 per hour. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

APPOINTMENT FULL TIME AIDE – (J. KING) – Upon the recommendation  of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mr. Przestrzelski to approve the  following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Fort Plain Central School District hereby  conditionally  appoints Judy King to the position  of Full Time Teacher Aide subject to the rules  of the Montgomery  County Civil  Service  Commission.  In accordance with the Civil Service Rules, such appointment is a six-month probationary appointment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis, and subject to the receipt of both a statement from Judy King regarding criminal conviction(s) or pending criminal charges and the receipt of criminal background clearance from the Commissioner of Education.  Judy King’s continued employment is specifically contingent upon the District’s receipt of notice from the Commissioner of Education, that she is fully cleared for employment. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski,  Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

APPOINTMENT PART TIME AIDE – (S. SEARLES) – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Przestrzelski moved, seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to approve the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Fort Plain Central School District hereby conditionally appoints Stephanie Searles to the position of Part Time Teacher Aide subject to the rules of the Montgomery County Civil Service Commission. In accordance with the Civil Service Rules, such appointment is a six-month probationary appointment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis, and subject to the receipt of both a statement from Stephanie Searles regarding criminal conviction(s) or pending criminal charges and the receipt of criminal background clearance from the Commissioner of Education. Stephanie Searles’s continued employment is specifically contingent upon the District’s receipt of notice from the Commissioner of Education, that she is fully cleared for employment. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None. Motion Carried.

APPOINTMENT  PART TIME TEMPORARY  CLEANERS – (J. CECHNICKI  & S. MINNICH) – Upon the recommendation  of Superintendent  Ziskin, Mr. Jones moved,  seconded by Mrs. Stevens to approve the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Fort Plain Central School District hereby  conditionally appoints Joshua   Cechnicki and Scott Minnich to the positions  of Part Time Temporary  Cleaner subject to the   rules of the Montgomery  County  Civil Service Commission.   Inaccordance with the Civil   Service Rules, such appointment is a six-month probationary appointment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED  that this appointment is made on a conditional basis,  and subject to the receipt of  both a statement from Joshua Cechnicki and Scott Minnich regarding criminal conviction(s) or pending criminal charges and the receipt of criminal background  clearance from the  Commissioner of Education. Joshua Cechnicki and Scott Minnich’ s continued employment is specifically contingent upon the District’s receipt  of notice from the Commissioner  of   Education, that they are fully cleared for employment. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.   NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.  Motion  Carried.

APPOINTMENT CLEANER/BUS DRIVER (C. WHITE) -Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. McFee moved,  seconded by Mr. Bartholomew to appoint Cory White  to the position of Cleaner/Bus Driver effective November 10, 2016. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew.  NAYES: None.  ABSTAIN: None.  Motion  Carried.

APPROVE UNPAID LEAVE OF ABSENCE – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mrs. Stevens moved, seconded by Mr. McFee to approve the leave of absence request from Mr. Ronald Pettit Jr. Per Mr. Pettit’s request, he will be absent from his duties beginning December  7, 2016 and will continue until he is fully cleared by his doctor to return to work. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

APPOINT FITNESS CENTER INSTRUCTORS – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Bartholomew moved, seconded by Mr. Przestrzelski  to appoint Kristy McFee and Christopher Hanifin to the position of Fitness Instructors at the Fitness Center through April 30, 2017.  They will be paid  at the rate of $14.00 per hour. AYES:  Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.   Motion Carried.

ACCEPT RESIGNATION OF EXTRA DUTY POSITION (P. KARKER) – Upon the recommendation of Superintendent Ziskin, Mr. Jones moved, seconded by Mr. McFee to accept the resignation of Phillip Karker from his position of Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach effective immediately.  AYES:  Kardash,  Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and   Bartholomew. NAYES: None.   ABSTAIN: None.  Motion  Carried.

ADJOURNMENT -Mr. Przestrzelski moved, seconded by Mr. Jones to adjourn the meeting at 7:50p.m. AYES: Kardash, Stevens, Przestrzelski, Jones, McFee and Bartholomew. NAYES: None. ABSTAIN: None.  Motion Carried.