SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-09-11: Agenda
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Memorandum dated on September 4th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for the meeting to be held on September 11th, 1996 mentioning some of the topics to discuss on the meeting and attached are some reports, minutes, items to approve and information about the Broad of Trustees Retreat for October 10-11. Some of the documents included in this agenda are as follows: Investment Reports, Memorandums with request for extension of leaves of Absence for Max Lowe and Jerry Fullmer, the Minutes of the July meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, A copy of the six proposed constitutional amendments issued from Office of Legislative Research & General Counsel where the college stressed the importance of voting for Propositions 4 (Resolution on State's Authority to guarantee the debt of school districts), 5 (Resolution on Donations to the State School Fund) and 6 (Resolution amending the revenue and taxation article and education article for the support of public education and higher education systems), the Student Service, the Academic Services Report (reporting events such as the Advanced Technology Center hosted the National Coalition of Advanced Technology Center's summer conference and a partnership with Miller Welding Corporation to install new machines for welding procedures to upgrade the training of faculty in exchange for Miller using our facilities to do training on new equipment), the Development and Fund-Raising Report (listing some gifts and contracts) and the Calendar of Upcoming Events.
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