SLCC Board of Trustees 1983-12-14: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
People with disabilitiesaccess roadsCrosswalksFund raisingbuilding plansBuilding constructionappointmentsmonthly reportsCollege Center (Redwood Campus)Educational facilitiescharterspolicyEmployeesPensionsretirementDismissal of employeesO. C. Tanner Fountain
Minutes of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on December 14, 1983 and Memorandum dated on November 30, 1983 regarding the agenda for the coming meeting. Minutes were about efforts done to move the Skills Center to a better location and accessibility of handicapped students was a priority. Suggestions about fund rising were shared to be able to purchase or lease the new location for the Skills Center. The status report of the Business Building and Parking Lot was attached. John Klas announced the new Committee Chair and member appointments. Jim Schnirel reported on the investment portfolio. The Institutional Council show support to the plans of building a second floor of the College Center to provide expansion of services, such as food services, study areas, etc. though a discussion arise at the idea of using the money for classrooms rather than the expansion of the building. Judd Morgan presented a change in the College Center Charter. The new Policy of Employee Definitions and Categories, the Revised Job Classification Policy and the Revised Flexible Retirement Policy were approved and attached. The Chapter II of the Personnel Policy regarding Involuntary Termination to provide to supervisors procedures for orderly dismissal of unsatisfactory employees was attached and reviewed. Brent Goodfellow reported on the College's plans to construct a fountain on campus with monies contributed for that purposes by O. C. Tanner. A letter of the Associated student of Utah Technical College was attached asking for more crosswalks.
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