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Meeting of the Corporation and Administrative Agency
Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 3:00 p.m.
Roslindale Branch Library
4246 Washington Street, Roslindale, MA 02131
Agenda

  1. Chairman’s Report, Mr. Jeffrey B. Rudman
    • Welcome to Trustee Byron Rushing
    • Approval of Minutes for the Trustees Meeting on September 14, 2010
    • Ms. Catherine Clancy, Roslindale Branch Librarian
    • Mr. Richard Duggan, President, Friends of Roslindale Branch
    • Boston Public Library Foundation Redesign Task Force Report
      Trustee Paul A. La Camera
    • Museum of Fine Arts Report
      Trustee Donna M. DePrisco

  2. President’s Report, Ms. Amy E. Ryan
    • Congratulations to Mr. George Hulme, Coordinator of Shipping, Receiving & Security, 2010 Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award recipient
    • Implementation of FY11 budget and impact on personnel and services
    • Draft “Boston Public Library Action Plan FY12” (enclosed)
      VOTED: “that, the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston approve the draft Boston Public Library Action Plan FY12”
    • Discussion of Strategic Planning: Draft “The BPL Compass Principles for Excellence” (enclosed)
      Trustee James Carroll, Chairman, Trustees Compass Committee Mr. Michael Colford, Director, Resource Services and Information Technology
    • Update on community outreach working sessions
      Ms. Christine Schonhart, Director, Branch Libraries
    • Summary report on draft “Boston Public Library/Metro Boston Library Network Technology Plan, 2011-2012” (enclosed)
      Mr. David Leonard, Chief Technology Officer
    • Brighton Branch Re-opening 40 Academy Hill Road, Brighton, Saturday, December 11, 2010, 12:30 p.m.

  3. Trustees’ Finance and Audit Committee Report
    Trustee Evelyn Arana-Ortiz, Chair
    • Presentation by New England Pension Consultants on investment management>
    • Private Event Policy revision (enclosed)

    VOTED: “that, the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston approve the revised Boston Public Library Private Event Policy”

    • Proposed Award of Contract for Johnson Building emergency water abatement and cleaning services

    VOTED: “to authorize President Amy E. Ryan, or designee, to enter into a contract with Merbert, dba Servpro, 67 Smith Place # 5, Cambridge, MA 02138 for emergency water abatement and cleaning services, at a total cost not to exceed nineteen thousand seven hundred forty seven dollars and seventy five cents ($19,747.75) required as part of the Boston Public Library flood damage clean-up on August 5, 2010”

  4. New Business
    Mr. Jeffrey B. Rudman, Chairman
  5. Adjournment
    Mr. Jeffrey B. Rudman, Chairman

Upcoming Trustees Meetings:


Special Trustees Meeting, Thursday, December 16, 2010, 3:00 p.m., East Boston Branch Library
Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 3:00 p.m., Brighton Branch Library
Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 3:00 p.m., Charlestown Branch Library
Tuesday, May 10, 2011, 8:30 a.m., Annual Meeting, Orientation Room, McKim Building


Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston
Jeffrey B. Rudman, Chairman; Evelyn Arana-Ortiz, Vice Chairman;
Zamawa Arenas; James Carroll; Donna M. DePrisco; Carol Fulp;
Berthé M. Gaines; Paul A. La Camera; Byron Rushing

President
Amy E. Ryan

Clerk of the Board
Jamie McGlone

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TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON
Minutes of Trustees Meeting Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Corporation and Administrative Agency Roslindale Branch Library

The Meeting of the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston as a Corporation and as an Administrative Agency was held at the Roslindale Branch Library, 4246 Washington Street, Roslindale, MA on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 3:00 p.m.

Present at the meeting were: Trustees Evelyn Arana-Ortiz, Zamawa Arenas, James Carroll, Donna M. DePrisco, Paul A. La Camera, Jeffrey B. Rudman and Byron Rushing.Absent from the meeting were Board members Trustees Carol Fulp and Berthé M. Gaines.

Also present at the meeting were: President Amy E. Ryan; Alice Hennessey, Special Assistant to Mayor Thomas M. Menino; Meredith Weenick, Associate Director, Administration & Finance, City of Boston; Justin Holmes, Constituent Services, City of Boston; Jean Capizzi, Operating Analyst, Office of Budget Management; Richard Duggan, President, Friends of Roslindale Branch Library; David J. Vieira, President, City Wide Friends of the Boston Public Library; MiMi Jones, Friends of Dudley Branch Library and member of Trustees Compass Committee; Don Haber, Co-chair, Friends of Jamaica Plain Branch; Marlene Nienhuis, President, Friends of South End Branch; Dale Patterson, Manager of Development Communications, Boston Public Library Foundation; Ruth Kowal, Director, Administration and Finance; Koren Stembridge, Director, Partnerships and Communications; Gina Perille, Chief Communications Officer; Michael Colford, Director, Resource Services and Information Technology; Mary Flaherty, Human Resources Manager; Christine Schonhart, Neighborhood Services Manager; Mary Frances O’Brien, Central Library Services Manager; David Leonard, Chief Technology Officer; Sean Nelson, Chief Financial Officer; Edward Maheigan, Budget and Procurement Manager; Jim Meade, Manager of Facilities; George Hulme, Coordinator of Shipping, Receiving & Security; Catherine Clancy, Roslindale Branch Librarian; Elissa Cadillic, President, AFSCME, Local 1526, Council 93; Karen Shafts, Chief Steward, BPL Professional Staff Association; approximately 45 members of the public; and Jamie McGlone, Clerk of the Board.

Also present were Michael Black and Scott Perry, New England Pension Consultants, LLC.

Chairman Jeffrey B. Rudman presided.

Chairman Jeffrey B. Rudman welcomed new Trustee and State Representative Byron Rushing noting it was his very great pleasure to introduce to the community and the Board the distinguished State Representative.

The Chairman underscored the Board and the library very strongly felt the need of a wise idealistic representative from Beacon Hill and thanks to Mayor Thomas M. Menino the library found just the right person.

Following a warm round of applause, Representative Byron Rushing thanked the Chairman for the introduction and expressed his appreciation to Mayor Menino for inviting him to serve on the Board of Trustees.

Representative Rushing noted he has received warm welcomes from President Amy Ryan, members of the Board and many staff members of the Boston Public Library that he has met since his appointment on September 16, 2010.

On a personal note, the Representative said that he was filling the vacancy that was created by the passing of Trustee A. Raymond Tye. The Representative had the opportunity to work with Mr. Tye who was a great philanthropist noting in a sad way it is an honor to be sitting in his seat.

The Chairman addressed the next item on the order of business pertaining to the review and approval of the Minutes of the Trustees Meetings on September 14, 2010. Following discussion, on a motion duly made and seconded, the Minutes of the Trustees Meeting on September 14, 2010 were approved and subsequently posted on the BPL website at www.bpl.org.

Ms. Catherine Clancy, Roslindale Branch Librarian, provided an overview of the history, resources, programs and library services delivered to the very diverse community noting that library service has been provided to the Roslindale neighborhood since 1898 and at its present location since 1961.

Distinctive aspects of the collection include a large collection of materials for teens including an extensive graphic novel collection. In addition the Branch has strong collections in religion and spirituality, local history and health and children’s picture books as well as a large ESL collection.

The Roslindale Branch is teamed with the Washington Irving Middle School, the Phineas Bates and Charles Sumner Elementary schools, and the Roslindale Community Center as part of Mayor Menino’s Community Learning Initiative, a multi-department collaboration aimed at helping Boston’s youth reach their full potential by coordinating learning and recreation throughout the day.

Mr. Richard Duggan, President, Friends of Roslindale Branch Library, welcomed the Trustees, President and the community to the branch. Mr. Duggan noted the FY11 budget issues reminded all residents of the neighborhoods in the city the value of the library and its services provided to the community.

The Friends of Roslindale Branch is working to increase participation from the community toward the goal of supporting the branch in concert with President Ryan and her staff in helping to move the library system forward. The Friends have recently formed several committees including a programming committee for looking at opportunities for volunteers to help raise funds to support the library.

Mr. Duggan respectfully encouraged the library to release usage information in a timely fashion and advocated for having an aspirational budget reflecting the full budgetary needs of the Boston Public Library that would greatly assist advocate groups in their pursuit of funding resources.

Trustee Paul A. La Camera reported on the Boston Public Library Foundation Redesign Task Force initiatives in response to the strong expectations that resonated in the public budget hearings held across the city for the Trustees to assume responsibility to elevate private fundraising activities.

Trustee Donna M. DePrisco reported on the grand opening festivities of the Art of the Americas Wing / Museum of Fine Arts, Boston that opens to the public on November 20, 2010 and encouraged all to run and not walk to see the fifty-three new galleries in the $500,000 million 133,491 square foot addition devoted to the Art of the Americas.

President Amy E. Ryan, in her report to the Trustees, introduced Mr. George Hulme, Coordinator of Shipping, Receiving & Security, and extended congratulations to Mr. Hulme who recently was awarded the very prestigious 2010 Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award on October 21, 2010 given by the Boston Municipal Research Bureau to nine outstanding City of Boston employees.

Mr. Hulme, who oversees the organization and delivery of incoming books, DVDs, and CDs for the library’s 26 branches, was among the nine city employees to receive the award named for Henry L. Shattuck, a businessman, lawyer, and politician who dedicated his life to public service.

President Ryan reported on the implementation of the FY11 budget and impact on personnel and services. The President recalled the fiscal budget challenge of the last two years in which the Boston Public Library faced a $2.7 million gap in FY11 and a total gap of $8 million over the past two years.

The President recalled the Trustees approved FY11 budget in May 2011 included the two goals to save money and sustain the organization financially and move ahead with public services. To further those ends, the library scrutinized non-personnel reductions first and foremost coupled with eliminating positions that called for the elimination of 87.5 positions which resulted in 31 staff being separated from their employment in mid-October 2010.

The President observed the process was a heart-wrenching time for all the employees of the library and noted her appreciation to the unions, human resources staff, and many others who worked very hard to make the transition work for the public, the library and most importantly for the employees. The President reported that if the four branch libraries are to close in the spring of 2011 this would require the elimination of another 21 positions.

The President noted the process called for a significant movement within the employee ranks in terms of the bumping process described at the last meeting that is contractually required. The library staff is now situated in their assignments and is being assisted with training and orientation sessions that are underway.

The President reiterated FY11 remains a time of uncertainty in terms of the scope of the FY12 budget noting that the library will receive in December its budget instructions from the City of Boston and preliminary budget projections from the State that will be most likely be discussed at the Trustees Meeting on January 18, 2011.

The President recalled the Mayor and Boston City Council approved additional funds to keep the branch libraries open to the spring of FY11 which enabled the library to turn to the community and to think about what if any additional funds would be available for the BPL that could free up money to keep the four branches open that are slated for closure.

The President underscored it would be her recommendation to the Board if more additional funds are made available to the Boston Public Library that the four branch libraries be kept open and enable the library to move forward with the strategic planning process and maintain financial sustainability once the budget projects become available.

The Board discussed the desirability of having an aspirational budget for the Boston Public Library to support and preserve the colletions, the McKim Building, Copley Square Library, the branch libraries, to make incremental investments in digital technology, and keep the library vibrant and dynamic as a gathering place for community service and repose.

Ms. Meredith Weenick, Associate Director, Administration & Finance, City of Boston, reported on the anticipated fiscal picture for FY12 noting the State is facing between a $1 and $1.5 billion fiscal gap while the City is preparing for a 10% reduction in local aid.

This could result in a $20 million reduction city-wide to be borne by all city departments including the library and budget instructions for FY12 will be rolled out in mid-December to let all the city departments know what projected resources will be available in FY12.

President Ryan provided an overview of and information on the Draft Boston Public Library Action Plan FY12 which is a work plan that is required by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) for the Boston Public Library’s participation in State and Federal grant programs administered through the MBLC. The President noted this action plan is particularly important because of the grant application that will be filed for the new East Boston Branch Library.

The Boston Public Library Action Plan FY12 builds on the FY11 Action Plan adopted by the Board on November 17, 2009 while the Action Plan for the following year will reflect the results of the strategic planning effort currently underway. Following discussion, on a motion duly made and seconded, it was

VOTED: “that, the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston approve the draft Boston Public Library Action Plan FY12”.

President Amy Ryan reported that Trustee James Carroll will open the discussion on the Discussion of Strategic Planning: Draft The BPL Compass Principles for Excellence and Ms. Christine Schonhart, Director, Branch Libraries will fill in as compass project leader for Mr. Michael Colford who was unable to attend. .

Chairman Trustee James Carroll acknowledged Trustee Zamawa Arenas and Trustee Byron Rushing who are members of the Trustees Compass Committee. Chairman Carroll noted the Board earlier approved the Minutes of the Trustees Meeting on September 14, 2010 which included a full page and one half devoted to the compass subject in those minutes.

The Chairman reported on the compass process which began over a year ago and reminded the compass process is the library’s symbolic term for an overall strategic planning process that was effectively launched by President Ryan as one of her first principles when she was appointed President of the Boston Public Library on October 1, 2008.

The Chairman observed the compass process has had from the beginning received as the highest priority the broadest possible ownership of this process by all of the members of the library’s constituencies and stakeholders. Since this has been the case, the process has been proceeding deliberately, following on the report of the Trustees Neighborhood Services Initiative last year.

The Chairman noted the compass process deliberations have been a crucial part of the success of this process because the process itself has been transformed itself by the events generated by the fiscal crisis last winter. The Chair also emphasized the crucial element of ownership of the process is by the virtue that all members of the library community have created this plan, including staff, Trustees, users, neighborhoods, affiliates, friends, and the BPL Foundation.

The Chairman reported on the conclusion of Phase I of the Compass process at the last meeting recalling the Trustees Compass Committee has overall responsibility for the process that includes representatives of the various constituencies.

The Chair acknowledged with gratitude Ms. Alice Hennessey and Ms. Mimi Jones who were present at today’s meeting and the committee also includes academic experts, some of the most well-informed library science people in the world, BPL staff, friends, and Trustees.

Phase II of the BPL Compass was officially launched on Saturday, October 23, 2010 with remarks by Chairman James Carroll followed by an open house at the Central Library of the Boston Public Library. Over the last two months, there has been an extraordinary public process involving community meetings and online processes that has resulted in over 13,000 responses have been received to date that is complimented by a postcard campaign throughout the city designed to gather input from non-library users.

The Trustees Compass Committee met on November 10, 2010 to discuss and review the set of revised draft The BPL Compass: Principles for Excellence that were presented to the Board in September 2010. The draft Principles for Excellence have been further refined and were presented to the Board for their input in anticipation of the discussion and final vote at the Special Trustees Meeting on December 16, 2010.

The Chair reported that with the adoption of the draft principles the compass process will conclude and therefore launch the next phase of the strategic planning process that will be extended to May 2011 in concert with the establishment of a strategic planning committee. The principles will guide the library going forward as very specific and concrete decisions are made about the future of the library.

The Chairman strongly reiterated the strategic planning process is a critical, useful and important process especially while the library continues to be confronted with the fiscal challenges because decisions can be made in terms in relationship to measures that have been established by a public process and owned by all stakeholders.

The Chairman invited the Board to brainstorm on the draft revised principles and encouraged their crucial online input sent to Mr. Michael Colford mcolford@bpl.org or Ms. Christine Schonhart mschonhart@bpl.org in anticipation of the discussion and final vote by the Board on December 16, 2010.

Ms. Christine Schonhart provided an overview of the revised draft Strategic Planning: The BPL Compass Principles for Excellence which reflects the evolution of these principles since their creation and will continue to be refined with input from additional all staff meetings that will be held in early December.

Ms. Schonhart reported that the revised principles reflect input from five community meetings, an online meeting, online compass blog, online survey, and a postcard survey to be discussed later by Ms. Gina Perille, Chief Communications Officer.

The principles reflect three key areas:

  • First is the research conducted by the staff that consisted of both members of the Professional Staff Association and AFSCME Local Union staff that included research on trends in information throughout the country in library service, academia, and retail management. The research also looked at the changing demographics in the City of Boston and the projections for the next twenty years.
  • The second area pertains to the public usage data collected including information how the branches and Copley Square Library is used.
  • Thirdly and most importantly the principles reflect the outstanding, vibrant, and dynamic public participation that resulted from the compass process including over 1,000 comments received during Phase I.

Ms. Schonhart provided a review of the Draft 11/15/10 Draft BPL Compass: Principles for Excellence which is posted online at www.bpl.org/compass and includes Community Voices and Trustee Compass Committee Comments Sampling resulting in the revised newest iteration of suggested principles based on their input.

Trustee Zamawa Arenas suggested consideration of a principle exclusively devoted to responsible financial management/financial stewardship as its own defined core principle in light of the continuing fiscal challenges facing the library.

Chairman Carroll noted that discussions in the Trustees Compass Committee meeting last week related to the consideration of ranking the principles in priority order which might best be left to the forthcoming strategic planning process with an understanding that the commitments of the library will have to be prioritized based on fiscal decisions.

Trustee Paul A. La Camera reflected on Principle Three: Cultural Heritage and suggested a future formal robust discussion about the responsibilities of the Boston Public Library’s collections and holdings.

Chairman Carroll strongly encouraged the Board to continue to reflect on the revised principles noting there will be a final meeting of the Trustees Compass Committee on December 7, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. which will be a completion of this revision process taking into account the Board’s input.

The Chairman reiterated the revised set of principles from the Trustees Compass Committee will be presented to the Board for a final vote on December 16, 2010, 3:00 p.m., East Boston Branch Library.

Chairman Carroll emphasized Mr. Michael Colford has done an extraordinary job with Phase II of the Compass Process noting he has watched him with wonder as he has conveyed to a broad range of the public what the compass process is in a very useful way.

Ms. Alice Hennessey noted the Compass process has been a very long rewarding wonderful experience and underscored the reactions of the public in the meetings has been so enthusiastic and fully participatory. Ms. Hennessey recalled the members of the Mayor’s Youth Council in a special session who came away so filled with excitement about the process and being invited to provide input on the future of the library.

Ms. Christine Schonhart provided an update on the community outreach working sessions that have been held in the neighborhoods where branches are slated for closure. Three community meetings have been held to date at Lower Mills, Faneuil, and Washington Village Branch Libraries and the fourth meeting will be held at the Orient Heights Branch on November 18, 2010.

The public community sessions have been very well attended and the news of the library’s support for keeping the branches if additional funds are found has been received with excitement and hopefulness. Ms. Schonhart noted that additional community meetings are planned through the end of the year and early in the New Year and will report back at the next Trustees Meeting.

Ms. Gina Perille, Chief Communications Officer, provided an update on the current online survey that the Boston Public Library is engaging in that relates to the strategic planning process. The online survey is linked to every user’s computers first visit to the BPL website www.bpl.org to participate in the survey and to date nearly 14,000 responses have been received far exceeding the expected goals.

The survey also has the capacity to track non-library users of the BPL over the past year in which 10% of the 14,000 respondents are non-users to reflect a grass roots effort to try to get more non-users to visit the site and found out why they are non-users. In addition, the library has distributed postcards aimed at non-users that have been distributed in 103 non-BPL library locations throughout the city. Ms. Perille will continue to update the Board on the results of the survey which is open and running until November 30, 2010.

Trustee Carroll observed that he is especially grateful for the non-library user input particularly in the way the library found a way to reach out to the non-user community.

Mr. David Leonard, Chief Technology Officer, provided a summary report on a draft Boston Public Library/Metro Boston Library Network Technology Plan, 2011-2012 noting the technology plan is a work in progress. The existing three year technology plan covers BPL and the Metro Boston Library Network through June 30, 2011 and a Board approved technology plan is required for eRate funding.

Mr. Leonard noted the one year technology plan will cover the upcoming year and largely build upon the existing three year plan. This will allow the library to defer creation of a new three year plan and allow that three year plan, which will cover the period July 1, 2012-June 30, 2015, to be aligned with and derived from the Compass principles and any related directional strategic planning documents.

A final draft of the technology plan will be reviewed and discussed at the Trustees Meeting on December 16, 2010 with a request to approve the plan to meet with the regulatory compliance requirements.

Trustee Evelyn Arana-Ortiz suggested reviving the Trustees Technology Committee, Chaired by Trustee Zamawa Arenas, to provide input on the draft Boston Public Library/Metro Boston Library Network Technology Plan, 2011-2012. Trustee Evelyn Arana-Ortiz asked if a summary of accomplishments in the prior three year plan could be provided as well as those technology initiatives that did not move forward due to fiscal constraints.

President Ryan announced the Brighton Branch Re-opening has been scheduled for Saturday, December 11, 2010, 12:30 p.m., 40 Academy Hill Road, Brighton, MA.

Trustee Evelyn Arana-Ortiz recalled that the Board approved changes to the investment guidelines at the last Board meeting on September 14, 2010 and asked that a follow-up discussion be held on the library’s investment management.

On a related topic, Trustee Byron Rushing asked that the Minutes of the Trustees Meeting on September 14, 2010, Page 10, reflect the following revision to the vote relative to the change in the investment guidelines:

VOTED: “that, the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston approve the revision to the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston, Statement of Investment Policy & Objectives, May 2002, Investment Guidelines to include “Investments in Index or Mutual Funds that derive over 15% of their investments from tobacco, alcohol, and gambling are prohibited” as recommended by the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee”

Mr. Michael Black, New England Pension Consultants, LLC (NEPC) reported that over the past few years, NEPC has been discussing ways to diversify the BPL Investment portfolio with the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee.

Mr. Black noted that NEPC continues to recommend that the BPL seek ways to diversify its portfolio. The current asset allocation targets are: 60% Equities/ 40% Fixed Income. As a result of this target, the portfolio is significantly dependant on the equity markets for returns due to the inherent volatility in equities.

As such, NEPC recommends implementing a 10% target to Global Asset Allocation in order to introduce a number of diversifying asset classes into the portfolio. The long-term goal of this recommendation is to decrease expected volatility without significantly impacting expected returns.

Following further discussion, the Chairman asked that the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee request the identification of very specific recommendations from NEPC to achieve the diversification of the portfolio while being sensitive to investment management fees.

Trustee Evelyn Arana-Oritz, Chair, Trustees Finance and Audit Committee reviewed the proposed revisions to the Boston Public Library Private Event Policy as recommended by the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee and aimed to increase the generation of library revenue.

The changes to the Private Event Policy pertain to the removal of the prohibition on fundraising events by organizations other than those benefiting the Boston Public Library, clarification of language regarding use of the building with regard to political activity and campaign fundraising prohibited under Massachusetts General Law, and separation of the policy language from the event procedures.

Trustee Byron Rushing asked that the Boston Public Library Private Event Policy include a non-discrimination clause. Following further discussion, on a motion duly made and seconded, and on the recommendation of the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee, it was

VOTED: “that, the Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston approve the revised Boston Public Library Private Event Policy”.

Chairman Trustee Arana-Ortiz provided background information on the proposed retroactive award of contract for Johnson Building emergency water abatement and cleaning services, as part of the Boston Public Library flood damage clean-up on August 5, 2010. Following discussion, on a motion duly made and seconded, and on the recommendation of the Trustees Finance and Audit Committee, it was

VOTED: “to authorize President Amy E. Ryan, or designee, to enter into a contract with Merbert, dba Servpro, 67 Smith Place # 5, Cambridge, MA 02138 for emergency water abatement and cleaning services, at a total cost not to exceed nineteen thousand seven hundred forty seven dollars and seventy five cents ($19,747.75) required as part of the Boston Public Library flood damage clean-up on August 5, 2010”.

There being no other business, the meeting of the Corporation and Administrative Agency adjourned at 5:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,


Jamie McGlone
Clerk of the Board

 


Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston
Jeffrey B. Rudman, Chairman; Evelyn Arana-Ortiz, Vice Chairman;
Zamawa Arenas; James Carroll; Donna M. DePrisco; Carol Fulp;
Berthé M. Gaines; Paul A. La Camera; Byron Rushing

President
Amy E. Ryan

Clerk of the Board
Jamie McGlone

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