20-2006


GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

MEMORANDUM OF MINUTES

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

DECEMBER 15, 2006

 

       
  The Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District) met in regular session in the Board Room, Administration Building, Toll Plaza, San Francisco, California, on Friday, December 15, 2006, at 10:00 a.m., President Middlebrook presiding.
       

ROLL CALL

       
 

Directors Present (18): Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook

Directors Absent (1): Director Newhouse Segal

Staff Present: General Manager Celia G. Kupersmith; District Engineer Denis J. Mulligan; Auditor-Controller Joseph M. Wire; Secretary of the District Janet S. Tarantino; Attorney David J. Miller; Deputy General Manager/Bridge Division Kary H. Witt; Deputy General Manager/Bus Division Susan C. Chiaroni; Deputy General Manager/Administration and Development Teri W. Mantony; Information Systems Director Robert Haar; Security and Emergency Management Specialist Lisa J. Locati; Assistant Clerk of the Board Karen B. Engbretson; Executive Assistant to the General Manager Amorette Ko

Visitors Present: Milo F. Hanke, San Francisco Beautiful

       

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

       
 
Director Ammiano led the Board of Directors in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
       

PUBLIC COMMENT

       
 
Milo F. Hanke, member of the Board of Directors of San Francisco Beautiful, expressed his concerns with the District’s plans to pursue a Corporate Sponsorship Program, noting that in his opinion, the relatively small revenue potential of such a program is not worth the trade-off of commercializing the Golden Gate Bridge.
       
RECOGNITION OF DIRECTOR CYNTHIA L. MURRAY
       
1.a. Action by the Board
       
 
Authorize a Resolution of Appreciation to Cynthia L. Murray in Recognition of her Dedicated Service as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District
       
 

Directors MIDDLEBROOK/BORO

Resolution No. 2006-096 authorizes a Resolution of Appreciation to Cynthia L. Murray in recognition of her dedicated service as a member of the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.

Unanimously Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
b. Discussion by the Board
       
 
  • President Middlebrook expressed her gratitude to Director Murray in recognition of her numerous contributions to the Board of Directors, in particular, her wealth of knowledge, wide-ranging background and business expertise, which Director Murray would draw upon to actively engage in Board discussions and offer practical solutions regarding matters before the Board.
       
 
  • Director Murray expressed her appreciation for the honor of serving on the District Board of Directors for the past four years. She noted that during her tenure on the Board of Directors, the District faced many challenges, including addressing its fiscal crisis, developing a suicide deterrent system on the Golden Gate Bridge, making significant progress on the Golden Gate Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project and dealing with post 9/11 security issues. She thanked her fellow Board members for their camaraderie and hard work in successfully meeting the challenges faced by the District, as well as thanked staff for their excellent efforts in managing the day-to-day maintenance and operations of the Bridge, including the bus and ferry transit systems, and keeping the Board abreast of the issues at hand in order to make good and sound decisions.
       
CONSENT CALENDAR
       
 

Directors BROWN/MOYLAN moved approval of the Consent Calendar.  All items were approved by the following vote of the Board of Directors:

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
2.

Approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of November 17, 2006

Carried

       
3. Denial of Claims
       
  a.

Application for Leave to Present Late Claim of Nidia Rodriguez and Claim of Nidia Rodriguez

Carried

       
4. Ratify Actions by the Auditor-Controller
       
 
Resolution No. 2006-097 (Finance-Auditing Committee, November 16, 2006) ratifies actions taken by the Auditor-Controller, as follows:
       
  a.
Ratify commitments and/or expenditures for the period October 1, 2006, through October 31, 2006, totaling $34,103.00;
       
  b.
Ratify investments made by the Auditor-Controller during the period October 17, 2006, through November 6, 2006, as follows;
       
SECURITY

PURCHASE

DATE

MATURITY

DATE

ORIGINAL
COST

PERCENT

YIELD

GECC Commercial Paper
10/23/06
11/22/06
5,579,738.83
5.26

UBS Delaware, LLC,

Commercial Paper

10/24/06
11/27/06
5,248,894.61
5.27

CBA (DE) Finance,

Commercial Paper

10/31/06
12/05/06
8,954,106.25
5.245
FHLMC Disc Note
10/31/06
11/15/06
4,386,649.34
5.105

Societe Generale, Commercial

Paper

11/06/06
12/18/06
7,733,341.38
5.25
U.S. Treasury Note
11/06/06
01/15/11
4,910,742.19
4.723

 

       
  c.
Authorize the Auditor-Controller to re-invest, within the established policy of the Board, investments maturing between November 7, 2006, and December 4, 2006, as well as the investment of all other funds not required to cover expenditures that may become available.
   
  d.

Accept the Investment Report for October 2006 prepared by Public Financial Management.

Adopted

       
GENERAL MANAGER'S REPORT
       
5. Annual Report
       
 

General Manager Celia Kupersmith distributed to the Board of Directors copies of the District’s 2005-2006 Annual Report, and commended Public Affairs Director Mary Currie for her excellent work preparing this year’s version of the Annual Report.

       
6.
Presentation of Employee of the Month Award for December 2006 to Diane Bernie, Administrative Assistant, Bridge Division
       
 
President Middlebrook presented the Employee of the Month Award for December 2006 to Diane Bernie, Administrative Assistant, Bridge Division, and expressed her congratulations on behalf of the Board of Directors.
       
ATTORNEY’S REPORT
       
7.
Attorney David Miller reported that all items contained in the Attorney’s Report were informational.  Mr. Miller also reported that a closed session would be held just prior to the conclusion of the meeting to discuss a matter of pending litigation, listed on the agenda as Item No. 6.B.1.a.1., John A. Johnston vs. Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.
       

ENGINEER’S REPORT

       
8.

District Engineer Denis Mulligan reported that all items contained in the Engineer’s Report were informational.

Mr. Mulligan highlighted an item in the Engineer’s Report regarding the San Rafael Bus Maintenance Facility Site Remediation Investigation, noting that on December 15, 2006, the District received a Case Closure Letter from the Regional Water Quality Control Board announcing that the environmental remediation of the San Rafael site is complete.
       
REPORT OF THE BUILDING AND OPERATING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF NOVEMBER 16, 2006
       
9.
All items contained in this report are informational, as the item requiring Board action was acted upon by the Board of Directors at its meeting of November 17, 2006.
       
REPORT OF THE BUILDING AND OPERATING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF DECEMBER 7, 2006
       
10.
Authorize Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with International Civil Engineering Consultants, Inc., for the Conversion of the Computer Analytical Model of the North Approach Viaduct for the Golden Gate Bridge Earthquake Response Plan
       
 

Directors EDDIE/MURRAY
Resolution No. 2006-098
authorizes execution of a Professional Services Agreement with International Civil Engineering Consultants, Inc., in the amount of $150,000, for the conversion of the computer analytical model of the North Approach Viaduct, including its Beam Span, for the Golden Gate Bridge Earthquake Response Plan; with the understanding that requisite funds (100% District) are included in the FY 06/07 District Division Operating Budget.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
11.
Authorize Award of Contract No. 2007-MD-2, Security Guard Services for Bus and Ferry Facilities, to Silicon Valley Security & Patrol, Inc.
       
 

Directors EDDIE/KERNS
Resolution No. 2006-099
authorizes award of Contract No. 2007-MD-2, Security Guard Services for Bus and Ferry Facilities, to Silicon Valley Security & Patrol, Inc., San Jose, CA, in an amount not to exceed $476,071, for a two-year term, effective January 1, 2007, with a one-year option to extend at the same terms and conditions, exercisable by the General Manager or her designee, with the exception of a cost increase not to exceed five percent and subject to District approval and satisfactory documentation of the Contractor’s increased cost; with the understanding that requisite funds (100% District) are available in the FY 06/07 Bus and Ferry Divisions’ Operating Budgets, and with the further understanding that requisite funds will be included in the appropriate future fiscal years’ Operating Budgets.

Adopted

       
  AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
12. Approve Actions Relative to the Award of Contract No. 2007-MD-3, Janitorial Services for District Facilities
       
 

Directors EDDIE/STROEH

Resolution No. 2006-100 approves the following actions relative to the award of Contract No. 2007-MD-3, Janitorial Services for District Facilities:

  1. Authorize award of Contract No. 2007-MD-3 to ABM Janitorial Services, Santa Rosa, CA, in the amount of $222,816, to provide janitorial services at the Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza, San Rafael, Novato and Santa Rosa facilities; and,
  2. Authorize award of Contract No. 2007-MD-3 to Universal Building Services & Supply Co., Richmond, CA, in the amount of $13,440, to provide janitorial services at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal,
for a combined total amount of $236,256, for a two-year term, commencing January 1, 2007, with one successive one-year option to extend at the same terms and conditions, exercisable by the General Manager or designee, with the exception of a cost increase not to exceed five percent and subject to District approval and satisfactory documentation of the Contractors’ increased costs; with the understanding that requisite funds (100% District) are available in the FY 06/07 Bus, Ferry and Bridge Divisions’ Operating Budgets, and with the further understanding that requisite funds will be included in the appropriate future fiscal years’ Operating Budgets.

Adopted

       
  AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
REPORT OF THE FINANCE-AUDITING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF NOVEMBER 16, 2006
       
13.
All Non-Consent Calendar items contained in this report are informational, as the items requiring Board action were acted upon by the Board of Directors at its meeting of November 17, 2006.
       

REPORT OF THE FINANCE-AUDITING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF DECEMBER 15, 2006

       
14.
Authorize a Budget Increase in the FY 06/07 Operating Budgets for the Board-Adopted Wage Adjustments for Represented and Non-Represented Employees
       
 

Directors STROEH/MARTINI

Resolution No. 2006-101 authorizes a budget increase in the FY 06/07 Operating budgets, in the amount of $1,510,000, to cover the 4% wage adjustments for represented and non-represented employees, as well as the Officers of the District, approved by the Board of Directors at its meeting of November 17, 2006, by Resolution Nos. 2006-093, 2006-094 and 2006-095.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
15.
Authorize the General Manager to Submit a Project Application with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Corridor Mobility Improvement Account Funds
       
 

Directors STROEH/KERNS

Resolution No. 2006-102 authorizes the General Manager or her designee to submit a project application with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Corridor Mobility Improvement Account program funds, in the amount of $20 million, to support the proposed Moveable Median Barrier project.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
16.
Authorize Issuance of Purchase Orders to Convergent Computing Relative to California Multiple Award Schedule Contract No. 3-06-70-1708B for a Multi-Year Contract for Consulting Services for Microsoft Upgrades and Support
       
 

Directors STROEH/MARTINI

Resolution No. 2006-103 authorizes the issuance of purchase orders to Convergent Computing, Oakland, CA, for the provision of consulting services for Microsoft upgrades and support through California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) Contract No. 3-06-70, 1708B, in a total amount not to exceed $255,000, for a multi-year contract, commencing January 1, 2007 and ending May 31, 2010; with the understanding that requisite funds (100% District) are included in the FY 06/07 District Division Operating Budget and with the further understanding that requisite funds will be included in the appropriate future fiscal years’ Operating budgets.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       

REPORT OF THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF DECEMBER 7, 2006

       
17.
Approve Actions Relative to the Award of Contract No. 2007-MD-4-RTCC (CCCTA No. 2007-MA-01-RTCC), Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel and Unleaded Gasoline
       
 

Directors BROWN/KERNS
Resolution No. 2006-104
approves the following actions relative to the award of Contract No. 2007-MD-4-RTCC (CCCTA No. 2007-MA-01-RTCC), Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel and Unleaded Gasoline:

  1. Authorize award of Contract No. 2007-MD-4-RTCC to Redwood Coast Petroleum, Benicia, CA, for the provision and delivery of diesel fuel and gasoline in the approximate amount of $7,420,252.05 for the Bus Division and in the approximate amount of $7,265,472.00 for the Ferry Division;
  2. Reject the apparent low monetary bid of SC Fuels, Orange, CA, for the provision and delivery of diesel fuel and gasoline to the Bridge Division as nonresponsive; and,
  3. Authorize award of Contract No. 2007-MD-4-RTCC to Falcon Fuels, Paramount, CA, for the provision and delivery of diesel fuel and gasoline in the approximate amount of $545,744.20 for the Bridge Division,

for a combined total estimated amount of $15,231,468.25, plus applicable taxes, for a two-year term commencing January 1, 2007, with three successive one-year options at the same terms and conditions exercisable by the General Manager or her designee; with the understanding that requisite funds (100% District) are available in the FY 06/07 Bus, Ferry and Bridge Divisions’ Operating Budgets, and with the further understanding that requisite funds will be included in the appropriate future fiscal years’ Operating Budgets.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
REPORT OF THE RULES, POLICY AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING OF DECEMBER 15, 2006
       
18.
Approve Changes to the Sick Leave and Vacation Policies Relative to Accruals for Regular Part-Time Employees and Amend the Human Resources Guide Accordingly
       
 

Directors PAHRE/STROEH
Resolution No. 2006-105
approves changes to the Sick Leave and Vacation policies relative to accruals for regular part-time employees to establish that regular part-time employees who are classified to work a designated 30-hour a week or greater will receive prorated accruals for sick leave and vacation; and, amends the Human Resources Guide accordingly.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
19.
Approve Payment of Hourly Shift Differentials for Bridge Lieutenants for Sick Leave, Vacation and Compensatory Time Off
       
 

Directors PAHRE/HERNÁNDEZ
Resolution No. 2006-106
approves payment of hourly shift differentials for Bridge Lieutenants when sick leave, vacation and compensatory time off are used.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       

SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

       
20. Approve Board of Directors Meeting Schedule for Year 2007
       
 

Directors KERNS/BROWN
Resolution No. 2006-107
approves the 2007 Board of Directors meeting schedule, including holding one meeting in the month of November on Friday, November 16, 2007, and one meeting in the month of December on Friday, December 14, 2007, thereby eliminating the second Board of Directors meeting of each of those months, as outlined in the attached 2007 Meeting Schedule; and, suspends the Rules of the Board accordingly.

Adopted

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       

ATTORNEY’S REPORT

       
21. Attorney’s Report
       
 

Attorney David Miller, at the request of President Middlebrook, stated that it would not be essential for the Board of Directors to convene in closed session at this meeting, since a majority of the Board members present had met in closed session at the December 15, 2006, meeting of the Finance-Auditing Committee, held just prior to this meeting of the Board of Directors, to discuss the matter of pending litigation listed on the agenda as Item No. 6.B.1.a.1., John A. Johnston vs. Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. Accordingly, Director Stroeh, chair of the Finance-Auditing Committee, reported that during closed session, the Committee had recommended settlement of the matter of John A. Johnston vs. Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. The following motion was then moved and seconded:

Directors STROEH/MARTINI moved that Board approve settlement authority for disposition of the matter of pending litigation, John A. Johnston vs. Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, as recommended by the Finance-Auditing Committee at its meeting of December 15, 2006.

Carried

       
 
AYES (18):     Directors Ammiano, Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (1): Director Newhouse Segal
       
REPORT OF THE DECEMBER 15, 2006 MEETING OF THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE FOR SELECTION OF OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR THE YEAR 2007
       
22.
Approve Selection of Officers of the Board of Directors for the Year 2007
       
 

Directors STROEH/MARTINI
Resolution No. 2006-108
approves the following selection of Officers of the Board of Directors for the Year 2007:

John J. Moylan, President
Albert J. Boro, First Vice President
Tom Ammiano, Second Vice President

Adopted

       
 
AYES (17):     Directors Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; Second Vice President Boro; First Vice President Moylan; President Middlebrook
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Directors Ammiano and Newhouse Segal
       

NEW BUSINESS

       
23. Ceremonial Changing of the Gavel
       
 
Maureen Middlebrook, outgoing President of the Board, presented the gavel to John Moylan, the newly appointed President of the Board of Directors, and extended her congratulations on behalf of the members of the Board of Directors.  President Moylan accepted the gavel and expressed his appreciation to the Board of Directors for their support of his nomination and for giving him the honor to serve as the President of the Board.  He expressed his appreciation for President Middlebrook’s leadership during the past two years.  In addition, he stated that he is looking forward to working with the outstanding management team, as well as the dedicated employees, in tackling the difficult decisions the District will face in 2007.
       
RECOGNITION OF OUTGOING PRESIDENT MAUREEN MIDDLEBROOK
       
24.a. Action by the Board
       
 
Authorize a Resolution of Appreciation to Maureen Middlebrook in Recognition of her Dedicated Service While Serving her Two-Year Term as President of the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District
       
 

Directors BORO/KERNS
Resolution No. 2006-109
authorizes a Resolution of Appreciation to Maureen Middlebrook in recognition of her dedicated service while serving her two-year term as President of the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.

Unanimously Adopted

       
 
AYES (17):     Directors Brown, Cochran, Dufty, Eddie, Grosboll, Hernández, Kerns, Martini, McGoldrick, Middlebrook, Murray, Pahre, Reilly, Sandoval and Stroeh; First Vice President Boro; President Moylan
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Director Newhouse Segal; Second Vice President Ammiano
       
b. Discussion by the Board
       
 
  • President Middlebrook expressed her gratitude for the honor of serving as the President of the Board for the past two years. She noted that the Board of Directors dealt with many difficult issues during her tenure, such as proceeding with the development of a suicide deterrent system on the Golden Gate Bridge, recognizing the compassion and respect which the Board displayed to the families of those individuals who chose to end their lives on the Bridge. She further recognized the significance of identifying the funding for the Seismic Retrofit project, forging a new partnership with the Marin County Transit District and maintaining the security of the Bridge and other District facilities. She acknowledged the outstanding contributions of the Officers of the District and the Deputy General Managers in facing these and other District challenges. In conclusion, she thanked her fellow Board members for the privilege of serving as their president.
  • Director Kerns announced that the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, at its meeting of December 12, 2006, had approved the reappointment of Director Middlebrook to her seat on the District Board of Directors for another two-year term.
  • Director Pahre commended Director Middlebrook for her compassion, attention to detail and depth of understanding that guided her during her presidency.
       
ADJOURNMENT
       
25.
All business having been concluded, the meeting was adjourned at 10:45 a.m., in the memory of Tom Horton, Peggy Kenny and Verna Teglia.
       

Respectfully submitted,

/s/ Janet S. Tarantino
Secretary of the District


Attachment: 2007 Meeting Schedule