July 13, 2006
(For Board: July 28, 2006)

 

REPORT OF THE FINANCE-AUDITING COMMITTEE

 

Honorable Board of Directors
Golden Gate Bridge, Highway
  and Transportation District

Honorable Members:

A meeting of the Finance-Auditing Committee was held in the Board Room, Administration Building, Toll Plaza, San Francisco, California, on Thursday, July 13, 2006, at 10:42 a.m., Chair Stroeh presiding.

Committee Members Present (6): Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)

Committee Members Absent (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly

Other Directors Present (2): Directors Kerns and 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; Planning Director Alan R. Zahradnik; Director of Public Affairs Mary C. Currie; Director of Information Systems Robert A. Haar; Executive Assistant to the General Manager Amorette Ko; Assistant Clerk of the Board Patsy Whala

Visitors Present: Stan Weiss, President, Traffic Technologies, Inc.

     
1. Authorize an Increase in Special Event Bus Fares and Amend Master Ordinance 2006 Accordingly
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Director of Planning Alan Zahradnik, Deputy General Manager/Bus Division Susan Chiaroni, Auditor-Controller Joseph Wire and General Manager Celia Kupersmith provided staff’s recommendation to authorize an increase in the special event bus fares for service to San Francisco 49ers football games at Monster Park, effective August 1, 2006.  Board policy requires that passenger fares for special event services be set at a “break-even” to recover direct operating expenses.

The report stated that staff has prepared a cost/revenue analysis of last year’s special event service and the data shows that fares should be increased for the upcoming 2006/2007 season.  The proposed “break-even” round-trip fares are $19.00 for service between Larkspur Ferry Terminal and Monster Park, $23.00 between Santa Rosa and Monster Park, and $25.00 between the Town of Sonoma and Monster Park.  Staff estimates the proposed fares would generate about $54,500 in fare revenue for the eight weekend home games during the 2006/2007 season.

The Board of Directors, by Resolution No. 2006-046 at its meeting of May 26, 2006, set a public hearing on Thursday, June 22, 2006, to receive public comment on the proposal to increase special event bus fares.  During the public comment period of May 30, 2006 to June 8, 2006, the District received three public comments.  A summary of public comments, including staff responses was provided in Attachments 1 and 2, attached to the report.  A copy of the report, with attachments, is available in the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors MURRAY/EDDIE to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration:
     
 

RECOMMENDATION

     
 
The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors authorize an increase in the special event bus fares for round trip service to San Francisco 49ers football games at Monster Park in San Francisco, effective August 1, 2006; and, amends Master Ordinance accordingly, as outlined below and on the attached Ordinance.
     
Destination

Round Trip Fare

From Larkspur Ferry

Terminal

Round Trip Fare

From Santa Rosa (Piner

Road) Bus Terminal

Round Trip Fare From

Town of Sonoma

Monster Park
$19.00
$23.00
$25.00
     
   
Action by the Board - Ordinance
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR
     
  AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
  [Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]
     
2.
Approve Actions Relative to the Purchase of Ten Articulated Buses on Behalf of the Marin County Transit District
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Capital and Grants Manager Gayle Prior, Deputy General Manager/Bus Division Susan Chiaroni and General Manager Celia Kupersmith provided a staff report relative to the purchase of ten (10) articulated buses on behalf of the Marin County Transit District (MCTD).

The report stated that the District purchased several fully-depreciated articulated buses, for $1.00 each, from another Bay Area transit agency and eight of them were refurbished to achieve another 2-3 years of service.  The District operates the articulated buses on MCTD’s routes 35 and 36, serving the canal area in San Rafael.  The use of articulated buses has been successful in that a higher passenger capacity bus reduces operating expenses, accommodates heavy ridership and supplements high demand school trips.  It is now time to replace these buses with new buses that are more reliable and feature improved passenger amenities, including better seating and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access systems.

The report also stated that the contract between MCTD and the District to provide local Marin County service includes language addressing the purchase of new equipment that is needed to serve the customers of MCTD.  Because these buses will be used exclusively on Marin local routes, they will be 100% funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the MCTD.  The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has programmed 80% of the FTA grant funds for this purchase, in the amount $5,197,830, and the remaining 20% match will be provided by the MCTD.  The buses will be owned by the District during the period of the contract with MCTD; however, at the conclusion of the contract, MCTD has the option to retain ownership rights or relinquish ownership rights to the District. 

The report further stated that, in accordance with FTA guidelines, public agencies are allowed to “piggyback” other public agencies contracts, which provides an efficient and cost-effective means to implement a capital purchase.  MCTD was informed of the opportunity for the District to “piggyback” on Long Beach Transit’s contract with New Flyer of America for ten D60LF Articulated Coaches and approved the purchase at its June 2006 Board meeting.  The option allows for delivery as early as April 2007 with an in service date as early as July 17, 2007, which will reduce the high cost of maintaining our existing articulated fleet that have surpassed their expected life cycle.  The purchase price for the buses is estimated to be approximately $660,000 per vehicle, which includes ADA parts and equipment, spare parts package, sales tax and contingency fund expenditures normally associated with typical bus procurement.  Bus Replacements are included in the District’s 10-Year Capital Improvement Program.  A copy of the report is available in the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

At the meeting, Celia Kupersmith summarized the staff report stating that if the District assumed ownership of the articulated buses at the end of the contract with MCTD, depending on the need, the buses could be put in service or could be sold.  She noted that if the buses were sold, the District would distribute the proceeds on a proportional basis based on the initial contribution. 

Discussion ensued, including the following:
     
 
  • Director Boro made the following comments and inquires:
    • He inquired as to what would happen to the buses if MCTD wants to continue using them under a future agreement.  In response, Ms. Kupersmith stated that if the contract with MCTD is extended, the buses will continue to be used.
    • He inquired as to how environmentally “healthy” the buses would be.  In response, Ms. Kupersmith stated that the MCTD Board discussed hybrid vehicles but, in the interest of time and cost, determined that purchasing diesel buses would be the more prudent course of action.  She noted that the buses to be purchased will be the cleanest diesel buses available in the marketplace and will be an improvement over those that are currently in service.
     
 
  • President Middlebrook commended staff for obtaining the buses through a means that expedites the purchase process.  Ms. Kupersmith acknowledged the efforts of Susan Chiaroni as well as Maintenance Manager Gene Walker regarding the “piggy-back” contract.
     
 
Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors BORO/MURRAY to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration:
     
 
RECOMMENDATION
     
 

The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors approve the following actions relative to the purchase of ten (10) articulated buses on behalf of the Marin County Transit District (MCTD):

  a.
Authorize the addition of a new project to the FY 06/07 Bus Division Capital Budget in the amount of $6,600,000, to purchase ten (10) articulated buses; and,
  b.
Authorize District staff to purchase ten (10) articulated buses through a “piggyback” contract between Long Beach Transit and New Flyer of America; with the understanding that this purchase is contingent upon compliance with Buy America regulations and cost and price analysis and that this purchase is subject to the review of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Attorney for the District;
 

with the further understanding that this purchase is 100% grant funded, to be funded with approximately 80% FTA grant funds and a remaining local match from MCTD.

Action by the Board - Resolution
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR

     
  AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
 
[Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]
     
3.
Ratify the Action of the General Manager to Award a Contract to CompuCom Systems, Inc., for Microsoft Enterprise Licenses for Microsoft Office, Windows and Windows Servers
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Director of Information Systems Robert Haar, Deputy General Manager/Administration & Development Teri W. Mantony and General Manager Celia Kupersmith provided staff’s recommendation to ratify the action of the General Manager to award of a five-year contract to CompuCom Systems, Inc., for Microsoft Enterprise licenses and upgrades.

The report stated that, in the past, District staff purchased individual Microsoft licenses as the need arose, resulting in a series of small agreements with a variety of vendors that fell within the approval limits of authorized staff or the General Manager.  In reviewing this strategy, staff put together a consolidated approach which has several advantages, including a projected savings of 13 percent, comprehensive training and easier administration.  Based on the new approach to improve the efficiency of managing our software licenses, staff undertook a five-year procurement.  However, in the process, the Information Systems staff person inadvertently signed the purchase agreement for a five-year set of licenses, rather than the confirmation that the District would purchase the technology upgrade.  Staff determined that the purchase agreement exceeded the staff person’s and General Manager’s purchasing authority limits, and that Board approval would be needed. 

The report also stated that procuring software licenses and upgrades through direct competitive bidding or direct purchase would not be beneficial to the District due to availability of suppliers or due to having leverage to get the best price.  District staff found that the best price could be obtained through cooperative procurement involving other agencies.  Staff researched different cooperative contracts for the Enterprise software and determined that the lowest price could be achieved with a “piggyback” onto a procurement led by Riverside County.  The selection of the successful proposer was based 70 percent on price and 30 percent on the quality of web services, ability to customize and references.

The report further stated that, as part of the contracting process, staff has entered into an Enrollment Agreement with CompuCom and Microsoft, entitling it to receive licenses and upgrades for a five-year period.  The total cost of this contract is $352,384.30 over five years for an annual cost of $70,476.86.  The first year’s cost of this project will be expended from the FY06/07 Information Systems Department Computer Maintenance Software Operating Budget and is funded with 100 percent District funds.  The contract contains provisions for termination if future District funds are not available.  A copy of the report is available in the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

At the meeting, Celia Kupersmith summarized the staff report and stated that this item involves a ratification by the Board as opposed to an approval.  She explained that a staff member signed a document that was understood to be agreeing that the District wanted to “piggy-back” and participate in the consortium approach to buying Microsoft licenses and upgrades.  She also stated that, although there was a mix-up in the process, the District will be saving money by doing this procurement by purchasing licenses through volume and that it will ensure that the District stays current with software and get the upgrades as they become available.  Ms. Kupersmith noted that the District will be participating as part of the statewide California County Information Services Directors’ Association.

Discussion ensued, including the following,
     
 
  • Director Stroeh inquired as to how many licenses are associated with this procurement.  In response, Bob Haar stated that the number of licenses varies according to which software is in question.  He explained that for desktop software the licenses would number approximately 340 and for servers the licenses would number approximately 60.
     
 
Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors MURRAY/COCHRAN to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration:
     
 
RECOMMENDATION
     
 

The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors ratify the action of the General Manager to award a five-year contract to CompuCom Systems, Inc. (CompuCom), in the total amount of $352,384.30, based on a yearly cost of $70,476.86 for each of the five years, for Microsoft Enterprise licenses and upgrades for Microsoft Office, Windows and Windows servers.

Action by the Board – Resolution
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR

     
 
AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
 
[Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]
     
4.
Authorize Award of Contract to The Revenue Markets, Inc., dba TRMI Systems Integration, Relative to RFP No. 2006-B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Auditor-Controller Joseph Wire and General Manager Celia Kupersmith reported on staff’s recommendation to authorize award of a contract with The Revenue Markets, Inc., dba TRMI Systems Integration (TRMI), to replace the FasTrak® lane and plaza/host equipment and to provide maintenance services.  The report stated that the District’s original FasTrak® toll lane and plaza/host equipment was installed in 1999.  The Board of Directors, by Resolution No. 2006-026 at its March 24, 2006 meeting, approved the addition of a capital project and the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) to replace the FasTrak® lanes and plaza/host systems, which are reaching the end of their estimated seven-year life cycle.   The report described the FasTrak® lanes as being comprised of various pieces of technical equipment such as treadles, light curtains, receipt printers, touch screens, card readers, changeable message signs, driver feedback displays, tag readers, surveillance cameras, violation enforcement cameras, lane controller hardware and software and the data concentrator.  The report also described the Plaza/Host system, which is comprised of a variety of functions including hardware and software to exchange toll transaction and violation files with the customer service center, database management, vault and Revenue-Audit processes, as well as traffic and revenue reporting.

The report also stated that on April 18, 2006, the District issued RFP No. 2006‑B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment. The RFP called for a new system with off-the-shelf, readily available parts in order to reduce the long-term costs associated with maintenance.  In addition, the RFP called for revisions to the plaza/host system to streamline reports and reduce the staff time devoted to transaction reconciliation.

Two proposals were received by the District by the due date of May 30, 2006, from the following companies:
 
  1. InTranS Group, Inc. (InTranS), of Carle Place, New York (InTranS installed the original Golden Gate Bridge electronic toll collection system and currently provides maintenance for the lane hardware and software.)
  2. TRMI Systems Integration (TRMI), of Accord, New York (TRMI installed the District’s manual toll system in the early 1980s.)
   
 
The report also stated that California State law permits the District to utilize a competitive negotiation process to procure specialized equipment, including toll collection systems, whereby qualitative factors, in addition to price, are used as a basis for selection.  For this RFP, the following criteria were established and weighted:
 
  1. Company experience and qualifications, including financial stability and references (20%);
  2. Relevant qualifications and experience of team assigned to this project (20%);
  3. Project Approach and Understanding (30%); and,
  4. Cost (30%)
   
 

Following oral interviews and review of additional written submissions from both proposers, the staff evaluation committee scored the proposals and determined that TRMI is the highest-ranked proposer. TRMI received a significantly higher score for a number of reasons, notwithstanding InTranS’ lower price. The report provided detailed information about how each of the two proposers was scored in each of the four categories listed above. The report further stated that the evaluation committee entered into negotiations with TRMI, according to the procedure set forth in the RFP, and secured a final proposal price of $4,457,959, including three years of software warranty and maintenance. Two additional two-year options were also negotiated, at a total price of $838,358, for a grand total contract price of $5,296,318 over seven years. Staff recommends award of a contract to TRMI for the negotiated price noted above. A copy of the report is available from the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

At the meeting, Joseph Wire summarized staff’s recommendation as outlined in the staff report. Mr. Wire acknowledged the contributions of District staff in various departments that have collaborated on the FasTrak® project. He noted that this RFP was unique in that it included professional services, as well as a large quantity of purchased items. He further noted that TRMI, the highest-ranked proposer, is very familiar with the District’s toll facility, having installed and maintained the manual toll system from 1984 to 1999.

Discussion ensued, including the following:

     
 
  • Director Boro made the following inquiries:
    • He inquired as to the reason for the significant price difference for toll collection equipment between the two proposals.  In response, Mr. Wire stated that different bidders often try to recoup their costs in different ways; that some bidders calculate higher prices for equipment and lower prices for maintenance, or vice versa.  In addition, Mr. Wire stated that TRMI proposed using higher-quality materials and a more robust system, which would reduce long-term maintenance costs for this project.
    • He inquired regarding testing of the FasTrak® system.  In response, Stan Weiss, of Traffic Technologies, Inc., an independent contractor who has been under contract with the District to draft the RFP for the FasTrak® replacement, described in detail how the new system will be tested in four test phases, from factory testing to final lane testing during nighttime hours.
    • He inquired as to whether the District’s existing equipment will interface with the new FasTrak® system.  In response, Mr. Wire answered in the affirmative, providing examples of employee identification cards, data gathering of vehicle crossings, Revenue-Audit Department functions and the manual toll collection process, all of which were taken into account in the RFP process.
     
 
  • Director Eddie inquired as to the expected life span of the new FasTrak® equipment.  In response, Mr. Weiss stated that while some equipment items have a longer life span than others, some of the computer systems would likely need upgrading and replacement after seven years due to advances in technology.
     
 
  • Director Newhouse Segal inquired as to why it would be necessary to obtain “robust” equipment if it would still require replacement in seven years.  In response, Mr. Wire stated that in seven years, it is anticipated that only a small portion of the new items will need replacement, unlike a wholesale replacement of the entire FasTrak® system, as is being undertaken with RFP No. 2006‑B-19.  He further stated that in general, the new equipment to be installed will be more reliable and will require less maintenance by the contractor, as well as by District staff.
     
 
Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors BORO/MIDDLEBROOK to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration.
     
 
RECOMMENDATION
     
 

The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors authorize award of a contract to The Revenue Markets, Inc., dba TRMI Systems Integration, relative to RFP No. 2006-B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment, in the amount of $4,457,959, including three years of maintenance, with two additional two-year maintenance options, in the amount of $386,889 and $451,469, respectively, exercisable by the General Manager or designee; with the understanding that requisite funds are available in the FY 06/07 Bridge Division Capital Budget and that requisite funds for the maintenance portion of the contract will be budgeted in future Bridge Division operating budgets.

Action by Board – Resolution
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR

     
  AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
 
[Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]
     
5.
Authorize Execution of a Sole Source Professional Services Agreement with Traffic Technologies, Inc., Relative to RFP No. 2006-B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment, for Technical Project Oversight
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Auditor-Controller Joseph Wire and General Manager Celia Kupersmith reported on staff’s recommendation to authorize execution of a sole source professional services agreement with Traffic Technologies, Inc. (TTI), relative to RFP No. 2006-B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment, to provide technical oversight for the design, development, testing, integration and acceptance of the replacement FasTrak lane and plaza/host systems.  The report stated that TTI is an independent contractor with detailed knowledge of the Golden Gate Bridge toll operations.  In October 1997, the Board of Directors authorized a professional services agreement with TTI to provide project oversight for the design, development, testing and installation of an electronic toll collection system on the Golden Gate Bridge.  TTI had primary responsibility for project oversight from contract award in 1998 through transition of the system to the District in late 2001.  The report also stated that TTI also has a detailed understanding of the FasTrak Regional Customer Service Center (RCSC) system and its interface requirements, through its work as technical consultant to the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) for the regional FasTrak consolidation project.  Additionally, TTI wrote the technical sections of the request for proposal for RFP No. 2006-B-19.

The report further stated that staff believes that TTI is in a unique position to assist the District in providing technical oversight for RFP No. 2006-B-19.  TTI’s institutional knowledge of the Golden Gate Bridge toll system and operations, coupled with its detailed and extensive knowledge of the new system requirements, as well as the RCSC interface and operations, will allow TTI to provide the District with immediate and thorough technical consulting services in a way that would not be possible if any other consultant were hired.  Especially given the accelerated time schedule for Contract No. 2006-B-19, TTI’s involvement is essential for the successful completion of this critically important project.  Therefore, staff recommends execution of a sole source professional service agreement with TTI.   Staff has determined that the proposed not-to-exceed price of $396,000 to be fair and reasonable for this work.  A copy of the report is available from the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors MURRAY/EDDIE to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration.

     
 
RECOMMENDATION
     
 

The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors authorize execution of a sole source professional services agreement with Traffic Technologies, Inc., relative to RFP No. 2006-B-19, Replacement of FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host Equipment, in an amount not to exceed $396,000, including a 10% contingency reserve, effective August 1, 2006, to provide technical oversight for the design, development, testing, integration and acceptance of the replacement FasTrak® Lane and Plaza/Host systems.

Action by Board – Resolution
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR

     
  AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
  [Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]
     
6.
Approve Changes to the FasTrak® System Written Procedures and Amend Master Ordinance 2006 Accordingly
     
 

In a memorandum to Committee, Auditor-Controller Joseph Wire and General Manager Celia Kupersmith provided staff’s recommendation to authorize revisions to the FasTrak® system business rules.

The report stated that, in November 2003, the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) approved award of a contract for the development and operation of the FasTrak® Regional Customer Service Center (RCSC) to provide consolidated FasTrak® account management and violation processing services for the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the District. The FasTrak® RCSC opened on May 30, 2005.

The report also stated that the Board of Directors, by Ordinance No. 2004-03 at its June 24, 2004 meeting, approved a uniform set of policies and operational business rules for the RCSC project that superseded existing, separate policies and applied equally to the FasTrak® systems on the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as on the seven state-owned bridges in the Bay Area. District and BATA staffs propose changes to the FasTrak® business rules in order to increase usage of the FasTrak® electronic toll collection program at the state-owned bridges by making FasTrak® accounts more accessible. A copy of the report is available from the Office of the District Secretary and on the District’s web site.

Staff recommended and the Committee concurred by motion made and seconded by Directors BORO/MURRAY to forward the following recommendation to the Board of Directors for its consideration:

     
 
RECOMMENDATION
     
 
The Finance-Auditing Committee recommends that the Board of Directors approve the following changes to the FasTrak® system written procedures, effective October 1, 2006; and, amend Master Ordinance 2006 accordingly, as outlined in the attached Ordinance:
  a.
Reduce FasTrak® transponder deposits from $30 to $20 in recognition of the reduced actual cost of each transponder;
  b.
Reduce the charge for a misused, damaged, lost or stolen FasTrak® transponder from $30 to $20; and,
  c.

Reduce the prepaid balance and account replenishment for credit card customers from $40 to $25 in an effort to encourage more FasTrak® usage.

Action by the Board – Ordinance
NON-CONSENT CALENDAR

     
  AYES (6):       Chair Stroeh; Directors Boro, Cochran, Eddie, Murray; President Middlebrook (Ex Officio)
NOES (0):      None
ABSENT (2): Vice Chair Pahre; Director Reilly
     
 

[Note:  The above recommendation will be forwarded to the Board of Directors meeting of July 14, 2006, for action.]

     
7. Public Comment
     
  There was no public comment.
     
8. Adjournment
     
  All business having been concluded, the meeting was adjourned at 11:10 a.m.
     

 

Respectfully submitted,
/s/ J. Dietrich Stroeh, Chair
Finance-Auditing Committee

Attachments:

  1. Ordinance No. 2006-04, An Ordinance to Increase Fares for Special Event Bus Service
  2. Ordinance No. 2006-05, An Ordinance to Authorize Revisions to the Fastrak® System Business Rules