January 16, 2012 Minutes of the Annual Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL MEETING
MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2012

12-001 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

12-002 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: Head
Staff: Choate, Neiburger, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

12-003 III. PRESIDENT’S REMARKS

President Leary remarked on the events of 2011: AADL once again received a 5 star ranking in Library Journal’s America's Star Libraries, 2011; Trustee Edward Surovell received MLA’s Trustee Citation of Merit award; efforts of the Community Relations Department earned the Library four ADDY awards; Laura Pershin Raynor received a Leader in the Literary Arts award at the Kerrytown BookFest; Eli Neiburger was recognized as a Library Journal 2011 Movers & Shakers Tech Leader; the Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library received another good audit; Tim Grimes and Eli Neiburger were asked to participate in NEH programs/projects; Josie Parker participated in a digital public library forum at Harvard and was invited to a UNESCO meeting of the future of the book in Italy; the Library received an excellent audit report for this year and levied less than the total millage available. President Leary thanked administration and staff for their excellent efforts.

President Leary thanked Josie and Robert Parker for a recent financial donation made to the Library in honor of the Board.

12-004 IV. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

The agenda was approved by unanimous consent.

12-005 V. ELECT LIBRARY BOARD OFFICERS

1. PRESIDENT
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Rosenthal, nominated Margaret Leary for Board President. No other nominations were made.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

2. VICE PRESIDENT
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, nominated Prue Rosenthal for Board Vice President. No other nominations were made.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

3. TREASURER
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Rosenthal, nominated Barbara Murphy for Board Treasurer. No other nominations were made.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

4. SECRETARY
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Kaplan, nominated Jan Barney Newman for Board Secretary. No other nominations were made.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-006 VI. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

Trustee Leary administered the oath installing Board officers for a second year in a row: Trustee Leary as President, Trustee Rosenthal as Vice President, Trustee Murphy as Treasurer, and Trustee Barney Newman as Secretary.

“I, (name stated), DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR THAT I WILL ABIDE BY THE BYLAWS, RULES, AND REGULATIONS OF MY OFFICE AS TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY.”

12-007 VII. OFFICERS RELINQUISH CONTROL TO NEW OFFICERS

Officers remained the same as last year.

12-008 VIII. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 22, 2011 & DECEMBER 8, 2011
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the minutes of November 22, 2011 and December 8, 2011.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-009 IX. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

12-010 X. FINANCIAL REPORTS

Associate Director Nieman reported December showed unrestricted cash balance just over $13 million. Tax receipts just over $10.7 million, reflecting 96.2% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.9 million. Three line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year. The Grants line item shows that over $44 thousand has been donated through the end of December and of that amount $40 thousand was donated by the Friends.

12-011 XI. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Treasurer Murphy, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to approve the November and December 2011 disbursements.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-012 XII. COMMITTEE REPORTS

12-013 A. POLICY COMMITTEE

Secretary Barney Newman reported the policy committee met and reviewed the draft website terms of use policy and stated that Eli Neiburger will address this policy later in the agenda. The policy committee consists of Jan Barney Newman, Rebecca Head and Nancy Kaplan.

12-014 XIII. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported that Erin Helmrich is chairing the 2012 Michael L. Printz Award for Excellence in Young Adult Literature. The committee will announce the award winner during the ALA Midwinter Meeting, held next week in Dallas. In February Eli Neiburger will be in Australia as a key note speaker at the VALA biennial conference. In March Celeste Choate and DeAnn Doll will be in Philadelphia participating on PLA conference panels.

12-015 XIV. NEW BUSINESS

12-016 A. APPROVAL OF BOARD MEETING DATES FOR 2012
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to accept the Board 2012 meeting schedule as proposed.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-017 B. RESOLUTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF LEASE WITH WESTGATE ENTERPRISES, LLC.
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved that the Board resolves to extend the lease with Westgate Enterprises, LLC for two years, with two one year options, commencing on February 1, 2012 at the annual rate of $82,260. That all resolutions and parts of resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-018 C. PROPOSED WEBSITE TERMS OF USE POLICY
(Item of discussion)

Associate Director Neiburger reported to the Board that he and library counsel met with the Policy Committee to present and review the proposed website terms of use policy.

He reviewed each section of the policy for the Board and provided background information. He noted that the policy is an outcome of the negotiation process for the Ann Arbor News archive.

Per Board practice, this policy will be placed on the February 20th Board meeting agenda for approval.

12-019 D. CIRCULATING REALIA COLLECTIONS AT AADL

Associate Director Choate presented samples of the various non-traditional items the library circulates. In addition to art prints and energy meters AADL is now circulating science kits, Brain Quest and Fandex Family Field Guides.

12-020 E. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE FEBRUARY 20, 2012 REGULAR MEETING FOR OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Treasurer Murphy, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to hold Executive Session at the February 20, 2012 regular Board meeting for opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

12-021 XV. ADJOURNMENT

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to adjourn the meeting.

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:58 p.m.

December 8, 2011 Minutes of the Special Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011

11-188 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 4:05 p.m.

11-189 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: Head
Staff: Choate, Doll, Neiburger, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-190 III. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to approve the agenda as revised.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-191 IV. NEW BUSINESS

11-192 A. RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AND RATIFY AGREEMENT WITH THE ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY LIBRARIANS ASSOCIATION
(Item of action)

Director Parker was pleased to present the settlement of the labor agreements with both bargaining units effective January 1, 2012 through June 30, 2015 for Library Board ratification.

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Treasurer Murphy, moved that the Board resolves to approve and ratify the Agreement effective January 1, 2012 between the Ann Arbor District Library Librarians Association and the Ann Arbor District Library, that all resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-193 B. RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AND RATIFY AGREEMENT WITH THE ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY STAFF ASSOCIATES
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved that the Board resolves to approve and ratify the Agreement effective January 1, 2012 between the Ann Arbor District Library Staff Associates and the Ann Arbor District Library, that all resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-194 C. VOTE TO CANCEL THE DECEMBER 15, 2011 BOARD MEETING
(Item of action)

President Leary, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to cancel the December 15, 2011 Board meeting due to lack of agenda items.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-195 D. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE JANUARY 16, 2012 ANNUAL MEETING FOR OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Treasurer Murphy, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to hold an Executive Session at the January 16, 2012 Annual Board meeting for opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-196 V. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 4:14 p.m.

November 22, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2011

11-168 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m.

11-169 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
Absent: Murphy, Rosenthal, Surovell
Staff: Choate, Doll, Neiburger, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)
Others Present: William Stapleton, Hooper Hathaway

11-170 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-171 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m.

11-172 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the agenda with the addition of “D. Resolution to Extend the Term of Lease for Space Housing the Ann Arbor News Archive”.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-173 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF OCTOBER 18, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the minutes of October 18, 2011.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-174 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-175 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported October showed unrestricted cash balance just over $14.7 million. Tax receipts just over $10.5 million, reflecting 95% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.7 million. Four line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

Associate Director Nieman directed the Board’s attention to the Balance Sheet and noted that CDs-Short Term is a new listing. Monies invested in a previous program with Bank of Ann Arbor are now invested in 13 and 26 weeks CDs in amounts of $250,000 at other financial institutions. This maintains FIDC coverage for these funds. This program is still being managed by Bank of Ann Arbor.

11-176 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the October disbursements.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-177 X. COMMITTEE REPORTS

11-178 A. BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

Trustee Kaplan reported the Finance Committee consisting of herself and Treasurer Murphy met with the auditor and reviewed the draft 2010-2011 audit. The committee also discussed briefly the auditor’s recommendation for a fund balance policy. Committee member Trustee Surovell was absent.

11-179 XI. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker referenced her written report that AADL once again achieved a 5 star rating in Library Journal’s national rating of public libraries. She also congratulated Kent District and Benzie Shores both 3 star’s in their respective expenditure categories.

Director Parker congratulated the Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library on their recent audit. She congratulated Sally Allen on her work as FAADL Treasurer.

11-180 XII. NEW BUSINESS

11-181 A. AUDITOR’S REPORT
Dave Fisher, Rehmann Robson

Mr. Fisher presented the Ann Arbor District Library 2009-2010 Audit Report. He reviewed the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section of the audit and balance sheet as of 6/30/11. Key control systems were tested. No material audit adjustments were needed. No material weaknesses were found and a clean opinion was given.

11-182 B. RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT THE 2010-2011 FINANCIAL AUDIT
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to accept the 2010-2011 financial audit prepared by Rehmann Robson. That all resolutions and parts of resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-183 C. RESOLUTION TO INCREASE THE ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT CONSULTING BUDGET LINE BY $45,000
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Trustee Head, moved to increase the Administration Department Consulting budget line by $45,000 and that the $45,000 increase for Administration Department Consulting be transferred from the Fund Balance. That all resolutions and parts of resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

Director Parker stated that Administration is recommending the process to review the downtown library be restarted.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-184 D. RESOLUTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF LEASE FOR THE SPACE THAT HOUSES ANN ARBOR NEWS ARCHIVE
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to extend the lease with Green Road Associates for one year commencing January 1, 2012 at the annual rate of $38,000 and that all resolutions and parts of resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

Director Parker noted the lease can be terminated with six months’ notice by either party.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-185 E. PLAY.AADL.ORG SHOW & TELL
Eli Neiburger

Associate Director Neiburger gave an overview of the 2011 summer game at play.aadl.org. The game was well received by all age groups with the biggest surprise being the increase in adult participation over previous years.

11-186 F. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE DECEMBER 15, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to hold an Executive Session at the December 15, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 4-0.

11-187 XIII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 8:25 p.m.

October 18, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2011

11-151 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:05 p.m.

11-152 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
Absent: Surovell
Staff: Choate, Doll, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-153 III. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to recess to executive Session for discussion of real estate.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-154 IV. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS, OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL AND DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE

11-155 V. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m.

11-156 VI. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Vice President Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-157 VII. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 19, 2011
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the minutes of September 19, 2011.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-158 VIII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-159 IX. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported September showed unrestricted cash balance just over $14 million. Tax receipts just over $9 million, reflecting 83.5% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.8 million.

Five line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

11-160 X. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the August disbursements.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-161 XI. COMMITTEE REPORTS

11-162 A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

President Leary reported the Executive Committee met on October 4th for the purpose of items discussed in closed session.

11-163 XII. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported the library closed on October 10th for staff day. Ninety staff attended. Keynote speakers included Steve Powers, Ann Arbor City Administrator; Dr. Patricia Green, Ann Arbor Public Schools Superintendent; Scott Menzel, Washtenaw Intermediate School District Superintendent; Dr. Rose Bellanca, Washtenaw Community College President. Tours and several breakout sessions rounded out the afternoon.

11-164 XIII. NEW BUSINESS

11-165 A. OLD NEWS PRESENTATION

Andrew MacLaren previewed Old News (oldnews.aadl.org) for the Board. This ongoing digitization project, with an opening day collection containing thousands of articles and images, encompasses Ann Arbor area newspapers dating back to the 1880’s. This is a searchable database that allows for patron interaction.

11-166 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE NOVEMBER 22, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS, OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL AND DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Head, supported by Treasurer Murphy, moved to hold an Executive Session at the November 22, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation, opinion of legal counsel and discussion of real estate.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-167 XIV. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:40 p.m.

September 19, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011

11-137 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:07 p.m.

11-138 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head (arrived 6:20 p.m.), Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: None
Staff: Choate, Doll, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-139 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-140 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

11-141 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-142 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF AUGUST 15, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the minutes of August 15, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-143 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-144 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported August showed unrestricted cash balance just over $12.7 million. Tax receipts just over $7 million, reflecting 63% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.8 million.

Four line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

11-145 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the August disbursements.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-146 X. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported that the State Librarian has announced that no appeal will be filed in the lawsuit they lost to Herrick District Library. State aid will be distributed in accordance with state aid rules determined by October 1st.

Discussion at the state level regarding the elimination of the personal property tax has begun. If this tax is eliminated and no replacement monies are provided, AADL would lose $637,000 in this year’s budget.

11-147 XI. NEW BUSINESS

11-148 A. VOTE TO MOVE THE SCHEDULED OCTOBER & NOVEMBER BOARD MEETING DATES TO OCTOBER 18, 2011 & NOVEMBER 22, 2011
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to move the scheduled October and November Board meetings to October 18, 2011 and November 22, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-149 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE PROPOSED OCTOBER 18, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Vice President Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Head, moved to hold an Executive Session at the October 18, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation and opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-150 XII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:20 p.m.

September 19, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011

11-137 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:07 p.m.

11-138 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head (arrived 6:20 p.m.), Leary, Kaplan, Murphy,
Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: None
Staff: Choate, Doll, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-139 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-140 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

11-141 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-142 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF AUGUST 15, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the minutes of August 15, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-143 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-144 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported August showed unrestricted cash balance just over $12.7 million. Tax receipts just over $7 million, reflecting 63% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.8 million.

Four line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

11-145 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the August disbursements.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-146 X. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported that the State Librarian has announced that no appeal will be filed in the lawsuit they lost to Herrick District Library. State aid will be distributed in accordance with state aid rules determined by October 1st.

Discussion at the state level regarding the elimination of the personal property tax has begun. If this tax is eliminated and no replacement monies are provided, AADL would lose $637,000 in this year’s budget.

11-147 XI. NEW BUSINESS

11-148 A. VOTE TO MOVE THE SCHEDULED OCTOBER & NOVEMBER BOARD MEETING DATES TO OCTOBER 18, 2011 & NOVEMBER 22, 2011
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to move the scheduled October and November Board meetings to October 18, 2011 and November 22, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-149 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE PROPOSED OCTOBER 18, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Vice President Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Head, moved to hold an Executive Session at the October 18, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation and opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-150 XII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:20 p.m.

September 19, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011

11-137 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:07 p.m.

11-138 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head (arrived 6:20 p.m.), Leary, Kaplan, Murphy,
Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: None
Staff: Choate, Doll, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-139 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-140 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

11-141 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-142 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF AUGUST 15, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the minutes of August 15, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-143 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-144 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported August showed unrestricted cash balance just over $12.7 million. Tax receipts just over $7 million, reflecting 63% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.8 million.

Four line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

11-145 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the August disbursements.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-146 X. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported that the State Librarian has announced that no appeal will be filed in the lawsuit they lost to Herrick District Library. State aid will be distributed in accordance with state aid rules determined by October 1st.

Discussion at the state level regarding the elimination of the personal property tax has begun. If this tax is eliminated and no replacement monies are provided, AADL would lose $637,000 in this year’s budget.

11-147 XI. NEW BUSINESS

11-148 A. VOTE TO MOVE THE SCHEDULED OCTOBER & NOVEMBER BOARD MEETING DATES TO OCTOBER 18, 2011 & NOVEMBER 22, 2011
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to move the scheduled October and November Board meetings to October 18, 2011 and November 22, 2011.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-149 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE PROPOSED OCTOBER 18, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Vice President Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Head, moved to hold an Executive Session at the October 18, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation and opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman,
Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-150 XII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:20 p.m.

August 15, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2011

11-123 I. CALL TO ORDER

Vice President Rosenthal called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m.

11-124 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: Leary, Murphy
Staff: Choate, Doll, Neiburger, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-125 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-126 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:30 PM

Vice President Rosenthal reconvened the meeting to order at 7:29 p.m.

11-127 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-128 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF JULY 18, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the minutes of July 18, 2011.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-129 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

Will Hathaway

Good evening, my name is Will Hathaway, I’m pleased to be here this evening, I am here representing a group of people who have been talking for the past few months together and thinking about how we might work as community to have a park next the library as part of the development of that site known as the Library Lot. Currently there is a parking structure being built underground there. It’s, I think, targeted to be completed in early 2012. Our hope is that part of what could go on top of it could be a public park and I know from talking with Josie, who was very generous in meeting with me and my mother Mary Hathaway, talking about the library and its interest in the surrounding sites downtown and I also talked with Ed Surovell, who was also very generous with his time, I learned a lot. We learned a lot about the library and some of the challenges the library faces and I wanted to share with you this evening, just briefly, I wanted to convey, I guess, how big an impact those conversations have had with our group. That we have been giving a great deal of thought to how development of the Library Lot might work to not only sort of address concerns that the library might have but also how it could be sort of a synergy whatever happens on that lot with the future of the downtown branch of the district library. And we’ve gone and met with a number of other folks who have a lot of experience with development in downtown Ann Arbor and we’ve been working on coming up with some drawings and sketches of what might happen there. But I want to use this brief opportunity to say that we’re, all of us, everyone involved in this, has taken to heart what we understand to be the aspirations, the hopes for the downtown library and how much everyone involved in our group cares about and wants to see the downtown library succeed, continue to thrive at the center of Ann Arbor. That’s really the message I want to convey tonight and then there’s some other folks from my group that want to speak.

Mary Hathaway

Thank you, thank you for letting me speak. My son Will has said really most of what I would have wanted to say. We look forward to a park that would be not only next to the library, but a real partner with the library as a cutting edge or growing edge state of the art new library for the future. To have a park there without the library would be a huge disappointment to us. We want to be partners with you and we’re determined to make our design such that it will address the problems, the very real problems that the library has faced, from another park in the vicinity. That’s part of our assignment is to solve that problem and not to create new ones. So we look forward to doing that and hope to be partners with you. Thank you.

Odile Haber

I am also part of this group for the common, we renamed the place Library Green in the hope of attracting somebody from the library. We have visions of maybe playground, fountains, playground for the children. Many mothers from the old west side have approached us and said it would be wonderful to have a playground where the children could play while we go get some books at the library. We would love to have the room for NGO, small NGO, when they want to have benefit because we only have the basement of the churches in Ann Arbor and a beautiful room could also serve for weddings and community functions. So a beautiful room would be nice, an amphitheater where we could hear some music, so there is many fun visions that people have kinda bring forth, to throw out, some people want table to play chess. So if the more things would happen the more people it would attract. Some people have the great fear of the homeless population sitting there or being there. I was living in Berkley before I came to Ann Arbor 15 years ago and in the wake of the campaign against apartheid we were left with a lot of homeless with us. So we started a homeless movement and the name was Homeless not Helpless. And we formed a band, we had storytelling, many homeless had skills with cement, with wood carving, they had many fantastic story to tell, so I’ve found that we need to look at the homeless not just as bums, you know, that have nothing to bring us, but also as our fellow that are being down and out and may need some help but most have something to contribute to society if they are engaged in the proper way. I’ve seen the readings on cell phones that would be enough cultural event and enough things happening that it would attract people and then it wouldn’t be just one of the group of people, it would be kind of a mix of diverse people coming around the library, so that’s the vision that we have. We did look at survey and continue to ask people what is it that they would like to see. The more people engaged and get active the better it will be. We hope that you will talk to the City and bring the image of the library behind the idea of the commons. Thank you.

11-130 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman reported that July was a typical month. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.9 million. July showed the unrestricted cash balance is at $6.7 million. Three line items are over budget, but will come back into line later in the year.

11-131 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the July disbursements.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-132 X. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

In addition to her written report, Director Parker announced that AADL has been invited to participate in a NEH funded project From Bluegrass to Broadway. This grant was awarded to the Tribeca Film Institute in collaboration with ALA. Eli Neiburger and Tim Grimes have been asked to participate as advisors. This is the Library’s second NEH funded project participation within the last six months.

Director Parker has been introduced to Dr. Patricia Green, the new superintendent for Ann Arbor Public Schools. Director Parker reported that Dr. Green is very enthusiastic and excited to be here in Ann Arbor.

In 2004 AADL changed the process and vendors for collecting overdue/lost materials. Since that time the library has realized a return on investment of $7.12 for every dollar spent. From 2004 through July 2011, 10,233 accounts have been sent for collection. Over $600,000 in fines has been collected along with material recovery worth $122,000.

11-133 XI. NEW BUSINESS

11-134 XII. A. VOTE TO MOVE THE SCHEDULED DECEMBER 19, 2011 BOARD MEETING TO DECEMBER 15, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to change the Monday, December 19, 2011 Board meeting to Thursday, December 15, 2011.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-135 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Surovell, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to hold an Executive Session at the September 19, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation and opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-136 XIII. ADJOURNMENT

Vice President Rosenthal adjourned the meeting at 7:46 p.m.

July 18, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, JULY 18, 2011

11-109 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

11-110 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Surovell
Absent: Rosenthal
Staff: Choate, Neiburger, Nieman, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-111 III. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Head, moved to recess to Executive Session for opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman
NAYS: None

Motion passed 5-0.

11-112 IV. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

11-113 V. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

11-114 VI. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Trustee Kaplan, supported by Treasurer Murphy, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-115 VII. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF JUNE 20, 2011
(Item of action)

Trustee Head, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to approve the minutes of June 20, 2011.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-116 VIII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-117 IX. FINANCIAL REPORT

Associate Director Nieman informed the Board that the financial documents distributed this evening are marked pre-audit. The auditors are expected to begin the audit process by the end of August. He anticipates only minor adjustments to the June financials.

He reported June showed unrestricted cash balance just over $7.8 million. Tax receipts just over $11.2 million, reflecting 99.6% of the budgeted amount, have been received. The Fund Balance reflects just over $7.8 million.

He also noted that tax refunds are usually budgeted at $50,000 annually. This year refunds to different municipalities have exceeded $190,000. Tax tribunal appeals generated the majority of these refunds.

11-118 X. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the June disbursements.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-119 XI. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reviewed her written report noting that Laura Pershin Raynor received the Ann Arbor Book Festival “Leaders in Literature Award”. She also acknowledged Tim Grimes involvement in an NEH Bridging Cultures: The Muslim Worlds initiative. Due to his participation AADL has been chosen as one of six libraries across the country to conduct focus groups in creation of the bridging cultures bookshelf on the Muslim culture.

Director Parker announced that Trustee Ed Surovell will be awarded Michigan Library Association’s 2011 Trustee Citation of Merit at the Association’s award banquet in October.

11-120 XII. NEW BUSINESS

11-121 A. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE AUGUST 15, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATION AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Head, supported by Secretary Barney Newman, moved to hold an Executive Session at the August 15, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation and opinion of legal counsel.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 6-0.

11-122 XIII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:13 p.m.

June 20, 2011 Minutes of the Regular Meeting

ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE, ANN ARBOR, MI
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011

11-093 I. CALL TO ORDER

President Leary called the meeting to order at 6:05 p.m.

11-094 II. ATTENDANCE

Present: Head, Leary, Kaplan, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
Absent: None
Staff: Choate, Doll, Neiburger, Parker, Wilson (recorder)

11-095 III. RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LABOR NEGOTIATIONS

11-096 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00PM

President Leary reconvened the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.

11-097 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

Vice President Rosenthal, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the agenda.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-098 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF MAY 16, 2011
(Item of action)

Treasurer Murphy, supported by Trustee Head, moved to approve the minutes of May 16, 2011.

Trustee Kaplan noted an error in section 11-089. Treasurer Murphy supported her motion not President Leary. A vote was taken on the corrected minutes.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-099 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

There were no citizens’ comments.

11-100 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORT

In the absence of Associate Director Nieman, the Financial Report stood as presented in the Board Packet. The Board had no additional questions.

11-101 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Trustee Kaplan, moved to approve the May disbursements.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-102 X. COMMITTEE REPORTS

11-103 A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

President Leary report the Executive Committee met and discussed Downtown planning.

11-104 XI. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Parker reported that she will be addressing the Ann Arbor City Council on behalf of the Library on July 5th.

The Ann Arbor DDA has informed the Library that a TIF reimbursement of $74,666.00 will be paid by 6/30/11. The Library is seeking legal opinion regarding this matter.

AADL hosted the Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library annual meeting at the newspaper archive location. Tours of the location were given by staff and several AADL Board members attended.

AADL held its annual kick off for the summer reading program at the Summer Festival on Sunday, June 19th. Over 1,000 reader logs were distributed. The Friends mascot “Faddle the Owl” was also present.

AADL staff made visits to 19 of the 21 elementary AAPS schools promoting reading during summer months. Three of the five middles schools and three private schools were visited. The number of school visits has increased in the past three years from 21 to 25.

Director Parker accepted an invitation to speak at the UNESCO World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries regarding “The Book Tomorrow” in Italy. Roughly 250 people from 35 countries attended.

Associate Director Neiburger informed the Board that a digital component has been added to the summer reading program. Players can now signup online at play@aadl.org and earn points which can be spent at the online shop. Monies donated by the Friends are used to provide prizes.

11-105 XII. NEW BUSINESS

11-106 A. RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE 2010-2011 APPROVED BUDGET
(Item of action)

Director Parker reported that this action was an annual occurrence. The budget approved by the Board is a line-item budget which usually requires adjustment at the end of the fiscal year.

Secretary Barney Newman, supported by Treasurer Murphy, moved that the Board resolves to transfer $60,000 from Salaries & Wages to Employee Benefits; to transfer $40,000 from Utilities to Legal; to transfer $13,000 from Software to Supplies; to transfer $12,000 from Capital Outlays to Supplies; to transfer $19,000 from Capital Outlays to Materials and that all resolutions and parts of resolutions that conflict with the provisions of this resolution are rescinded.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-107 B. VOTE FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION AT THE JULY 18, 2011 REGULAR MEETING FOR LABOR NEGOTIATION
(Item of action)
Roll call vote

Trustee Head, supported by Vice President Rosenthal, moved to hold an Executive Session at the July 18, 2011 regular Board meeting for labor negotiation.

A roll call vote was taken.

AYES: Head, Kaplan, Leary, Murphy, Barney Newman, Rosenthal, Surovell
NAYS: None

Motion passed 7-0.

11-108 XIII. ADJOURNMENT

President Leary adjourned the meeting at 7:32 p.m.

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