02-2011

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

MEMORANDUM OF MINUTES

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

JANUARY 28, 2011

The Board of Directors (Board) of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District) met in regular session in the Board Room, Administration Building, Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza, San Francisco, CA, on Friday, January 28, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., President Reilly presiding.

ADMINISTER OATH OF OFFICE TO DAVID A. RABBITT

Secretary of the District Janet S. Tarantino administered the Oath of Office to David A. Rabbitt, appointed to the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Sonoma.

Director Rabbitt addressed the Board and expressed his appreciation at the honor of serving on the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District Board of Directors.

ROLL CALL

Directors Present (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly

Directors Absent (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

[Note: On this date, there was one vacancy on the Board of Directors.]

Staff Present: General Manager Denis Mulligan; Auditor-Controller Joseph Wire; District Engineer Ewa Bauer; District Secretary Janet Tarantino; Attorney David Miller; Attorney Madeline Chun; Deputy General Manager/Bridge Division Kary Witt; Deputy General Manager/Ferry Transit Division James Swindler; Deputy General Manager/Administration and Development Z. Wayne Johnson; Electronic Revenue Collection Program Manager David Dick; Public Affairs Director Mary Currie; Executive Assistant to the General Manager Amorette Ko; Assistant Clerk of the Board Lona Franklin

Visitors Present: Ray Messier, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1575; Beau Biller, Platinum Advisors; Melinda McClain, Platinum Advisors; Marina Secchitano, Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific/Union Coalition; Ben Ramirez, Bridge Toll Officer; Tatiana Waldman, Bridge Toll Officer; Alex Tonisson, International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (IFPTE) Local 21/Union Coalition; John Diamante, Threshold Environmental Center; Tim Paulson, San Francisco Labor Council; Rafael Cabrera, Transport Workers Union of America, Local 250-A.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Director Gerald D. Cochran led the Board of Directors in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

PUBLIC COMMENT

There was no public comment on items not on the Agenda.

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

     
1.

Request to Sever Items from Consent Calendar

Secretary of the District Janet Tarantino requested, and the Board concurred, that Item No. 5.A.1., “Approve the Minutes of the Transportation Committee/Committee of the Whole of January 13, 2011”; Item No. 5.A.2., “Approve the Minutes of the Finance-Auditing Committee/Committee of the Whole of January 13, 2011”; Item No. 5.A.3., Approve the Minutes of the Rules, Policy and Industrial Relations Committee/Committee of the Whole of January 14, 2011”; and, Item No. 5.A.4., “Approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of January 14, 2011” be severed from the Consent Calendar, as these minutes were not yet ready for approval.

     
2.

Motion to Approve the Remaining Consent Calendar Item:

Directors STROEH/EDDIE moved approval of the remaining Consent Calendar item. This item was approved by the following vote of the Board of Directors:

AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

Denial of Claim

Insufficient Claim of Rosalyn Carrol Mardis

Carried

     
GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORT
     
3.

Presentation of Twenty-Year Service Award to Director Harold C. Brown, Jr.

President Reilly presented a twenty-year service award to Director Harold C. Brown, Jr. In Director Brown’s absence, the award was presented to his son, Mike Brown, who attended on Director Brown’s behalf. President Reilly expressed her congratulations on behalf of the Board of Directors.

     
4.

Presentation of Twenty-Five-Year Service Award to Glen E. Woods, Customer Service Representative, District Division

President Reilly presented a twenty-five-year service award to Glen E. Woods, Customer Service Representative, District Division, and expressed her congratulations on behalf of the Board of Directors.

     
ATTORNEY’S REPORT
     
5.

Attorney David Miller reported that all items contained in the Attorney’s Report are informational. Attorney Miller reported that a Closed Session will be held just prior to the conclusion of this meeting, to discuss the following item, listed on the Agenda as Item No. 6.B.:

Conference with Legal Counsel – Pending Litigation
Government Code Section 54956.9(a)
Report of Hanson Bridgett LLP
Lawsuit of Derek E. Turner and Mari Toban Blome vs. Kris Lafond; Margaret Planka; Daniel Schneider; California Highway Patrol Commissioner J.A. Farrow; The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District and Does 1 through 20.”

     
ENGINEER’S REPORT
     
6. District Engineer Ewa Bauer reported that all items contained in the written Engineer’s Report are informational. She also reported that the California Department of Transportation Doyle Drive reconstruction project is proceeding on schedule.
     
REPORT OF THE BUILDING AND OPERATING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE OF JANUARY 27, 2011
     
7.

Authorize Execution of a Right-of-Way Agreement between the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District and the Department of Transportation Relative to the Doyle Drive Reconstruction Project

Director James Eddie, Chair of the Building and Operating Committee (Committee), reported that the Committee, at its meeting of January 27, 2011, continued this matter, noted on the Board Agenda as Item No. 8.A.1., to a future Committee meeting.

     
8.

Approve Actions Relative to the Award of Contract No. 2011-FT-9, Installation Services for Generators for the M.V. Mendocino Ferry, to Bay Ship & Yacht, Co.

Directors STROEH/COCHRAN
Resolution No. 2011-004
approves actions relative to Contract No. 2011-FT-9, Installation Services for Generators for the M.V. Mendocino Ferry, as follows:

  a. Authorizes award of Contract No. 2011-FT-9 to Bay Ship & Yacht Co., Alameda CA, in the amount of $295,496.00; and,
  b. Establishes a Contingency Fund, in the amount of $29,504.00;
 

with the understanding that requisite funds are available in the FY 10/11 Ferry Transit Division Capital Budget.

Adopted

AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

     
9.

Approve Actions Relative to Contract No. 2010-FT-13, San Francisco Ferry Terminal Restrooms Accessibility Modifications, with Integra Construction Services, Inc.

Directors EDDIE/STROEH
Resolution No. 2011-005
approves actions relative to Contract No. 2010-FT-13, San Francisco Ferry Terminal Restrooms Accessibility Modifications, as follows:

  a. Authorizes an increase in the Contingency Fund to $77,000.00;
  b. Authorizes the General Manager to approve contract change orders, up to the maximum of the increased Contingency Fund;
  c. Establishes a total project budget in the amount of $387,300.00; and,
  d. Authorizes a budget increase in the FY 10/11 Ferry Transit Division Capital Budget, in the amount of $155,000.00, to be funded with $114,586.00 Federal Transit Administration grant funds and $40,414.00 State I-Bond grant funds;
 

as concurred with by the Finance-Auditing Committee at its meeting of January 27, 2011.

Adopted

AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

     
10.

Authorize Execution of a Cooperative Agreement between the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District Relative to Surface and Marine Barriers at the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Platform Regarding the San Francisco Ferry Terminal

Directors EDDIE/SOBEL
Resolution No. 2011-006
authorizes the General Manager to execute a Cooperative Agreement with the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) in connection with BART’s Surface and Marine Barriers Project near the District’s San Francisco Ferry Terminal, to facilitate BART’s construction of surface and marine barriers on and under the Ferry Plaza platform, in a manner that will minimally impact and/or mitigate potential impacts to District’s ferry operations.

Adopted

AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

     
REPORT OF THE FINANCE-AUDITING COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE OF JANUARY 27, 2011
     
11.

Authorize a Budget Increase in the FY 10/11 Bus Transit Division Capital Budget for the San Rafael Data Center Project

Directors STROEH/SOBEL
Resolution No. 2011-007
approves actions relative to the San Rafael Data Center Project, Capital Project No. 0810, as follows:

  a. Establishes a total Project budget of $2,515,850.00; and,
  b.

Authorizes a budget increase in the FY 10/11 Bus Transit Division Capital Budget, in the amount of $64,000.00, to be funded with Federal Transit Administration grant funds.

Adopted

     
 
AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll
     
12. Discussion and Possible Action Relative to the Strategic Development Plan for All Electronic Toll Collection on the Golden Gate Bridge
     
  a.

Original Recommendation from the Finance-Auditing Committee/ Committee of the Whole of January 27, 2011

“Approve actions relative to all electronic toll collection conversion on the Golden Gate Bridge as follows: (a) Authorize staff to commence implementation activities for all electronic toll collection conversion on the Golden Gate Bridge; (b) Authorize a budget increase to the All Electronic Toll Collection Project in the FY 10/11 Bridge Division Capital Budget in the amount of $2,900,000.00 to be funded from District reserves for a total project budget of $3,237,000.00; (c) Authorize initiation of formal meet and confer discussions with unions who represent potentially affected employees concerning the effects of the Board's decision to commence implementation activities for all electronic toll collection conversion; and, (d) Authorize the filing of Notices of Exemption in the counties of Marin and San Francisco; with the understanding that the President of the Board of Directors will appoint an advisory committee consisting of members of the Board to monitor and oversee project planning and implementation in conjunction with staff.”

     
  b.

Opening Remarks by President of the Board and General Manager of the District

At the meeting, President Reilly observed that, after hearing the public comments of Bridge Toll Officers, Directors have a heightened awareness and sensitivity regarding the difficulty of this issue, especially with regard to employees who see themselves as ambassadors of the District. She stated that the Board is committed to providing fair treatment for employees, and wishes to place affected employees into other District positions for which they may be qualified, or assist them with external placement.

Mr. Mulligan stated that, at the Finance-Auditing Committee meeting of January 13, 2011, a PowerPoint presentation was made and public comment heard. The Finance-Auditing Committee again considered All Electronic Tolling (AET) on January 27, 2011 and heard additional public comment. He stated that approval by the Board will provide the District the ability to implement AET over time. He added that the current system is a hybrid of electronic and manual toll collection. Two-thirds of southbound drivers across the Golden Gate Bridge (Bridge) are FasTrak® users. Only one-third of drivers pay in cash. He noted that, with an AET system, drivers would not stop at the toll plaza, thus smoothing the flow of traffic. He pointed out that the District employs 825 individuals and hires 60 to 80 new employees annually. Implementation of AET will affect 30 full-time employees and 4 part-time employees.

     
  c.

PowerPoint Presentation

Electronic Revenue Collection Program Manager David Dick displayed an abbreviated version of the PowerPoint presentation made at the Finance-Auditing Committee meeting of January 13, 2011. A detailed synopsis of the PowerPoint presentation is set forth in the Finance-Auditing Committee minutes of January 13, 2011. A copy of the staff report and the PowerPoint presentation are available on the District’s web site and from the Office of the District Secretary.

Mr. Mulligan commented that the magnitude of impact to staff from AET is expected to be similar to that experienced when FasTrak® was first implemented. Similar questions were asked, although a higher number of employees faced change. He stated that only one employee was laid off at that time; however, that employee was hired back six months later.

Mr. Mulligan noted that Deputy General Manager/Bridge Division Kary Witt and Deputy General Manager/Administration and Development Z. Wayne Johnson both met with a union negotiator and with employees prior to information being released to the public. Should the Board approve the AET recommendation, the formal meet and confer process can begin. He reported that, of the 825 individuals employed by the District, 38% are eligible to retire. Because the District hires 60 to 80 new employees annually, it is expected that affected employees will be provided an opportunity to apply for open positions, pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding. A simplified process, including a skills assessment, would be employed to help place toll collectors in appropriate positions within the District. In addition, severance package possibilities would be explored. In the past, training and tuition reimbursement was used to assist employees.

Mr. Mulligan indicated that the next step in the process of preparing to implement AET is budget augmentation to cover costs. Following that, the meet and confer process could begin and the skills assessment could be provided. He concluded by stating that Board President Janet Reilly would appoint an advisory committee to work with staff and to report back to the Finance-Auditing Committee.

     
  d.

Public Comment

Tatiana Waldman, Bridge Toll Officer, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. She stated that her job as a toll collector is the best job she has ever held, and she wishes to retain this position until she retires. She remarked that Traffic Technologies, Incorporated (TTI) is in the business of selling and implementing AET, so it is in their best interest to sell to the District. She questioned how carpools, police vehicles and National Park Service vehicles, among others, would be handled. She noted that erecting informational signs at the toll booths contradicts the idea that drivers would not have to stop. She observed that many drivers are confused by FasTrak® lanes and would be confused by AET requirements as well. Drivers attempt to back up or change lanes when they cannot safely do so, and pedestrians attempt to cross lanes at the toll plaza. Toll collectors currently help alleviate such problems. She concluded by requesting that the Board take action to retain toll collector positions.

Tim Paulson, Executive Director, San Francisco Labor Council, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. He stated that he represents workers in Local 250, which represents toll workers. He stated it is disturbing to see elimination of a job classification to save money. He noted that stock markets are rising, but in the Bay Area, unemployment is very high.

Rafael Cabrera, Transport Workers Union of America, Local 250-A, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. He stated that he is angry because the Deputy General Manager of the District’s Bridge Division does not seem to take seriously the issue of eliminating a job classification. He declared that toll collectors have given the District years of dedicated service. He stated that many members of the public believe that the District’s toll collectors are the best among all toll collectors in the Bay Area. He remarked that the Louisiana bridge to which staff is comparing the Bridge plans to spend an additional $10 million to rectify problems that developed with their AET system. He noted that, in Colorado, officials are unable to collect penalties. He stated that AET systems have many flaws and predicted that the District will have to increase tolls to cover unexpected costs. He opined that he no longer has faith in the District’s commitment to assist displaced toll collectors, due to the cavalier attitude he believes management has. He concluded by stating that the District should provide a written commitment to toll collectors regarding how the reduction in force will be handled.

Marina Secchitano, Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific/Labor Coalition, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. She noted her appreciation for the in-depth discussion by Board members, but indicated that, despite the comments made, the Board may vote to lay off 35 individuals. She stated that comments made by the District’s Bridge Division Deputy General Manager call into question the credibility of promises being made. She stated that she would like to know what positions at the District are included in the 60 to 80 referred to by the General Manager as being filled annually, as toll collectors were led to believe that not many jobs are available at the District. She worried that affected employees would receive severance packages but not new jobs. She stated that affected employees also require benefits such as health insurance. She noted that individuals over the age of 50 are likely to find it difficult to secure a new job. She concluded by requesting that the Board not take action to implement AET. She added that, should the Board vote in favor of AET, it should be delayed as long as possible and the plan for workers should be favorable.

Alex Tonisson, International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (IFPTE) Local 21/Union Coalition, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. He stated that public events and major projects will take place at or near the Bridge, for example, the America’s Cup will be held in San Francisco waters in 2013. He added that the Bridge will be one of the viewing platforms and traffic can be expected to be heavier than at any previous time. He noted that accountability cannot be outsourced, nor can commitment to the District. In addition, making a change to AET while simultaneously completing other projects that are scheduled would be impossible. He noted that the AET system is unproven and could lead to lower revenue for the District. He concluded by stating that it would be ironic to implement AET to save money and instead spend additional funds if the system does not work.

Ben Ramirez, Bridge Toll Officer, submitted the following written comment in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. This comment was read into the record by Secretary of the District Janet Tarantino:

“In 1937 a dream came true. This Bridge connected two bodies of land – for people to be connected together with their dreams. Today, your [sic] faced with that same dream. Directors before you have faced many decisions and today you are faced to decised [sic]. Do we follow the treand [sic] of outsourcing to the big machine? Or do we let that dream live on. We the people don’t care how much you know. Its [sic] how much they know you care.”

John Diamante, Marin resident, spoke in opposition to elimination of toll collector positions. He stated that Directors should have the courage and foresight to amend the recommendation, and not eliminate human beings in favor of AET. He pointed out that, if one of the machines breaks, it would create problems. In regard to the efficiency of AET, he stated that cyber systems overruns are very common in the Bay Area, and predicted that the projected savings will not be realized. He noted that toll collectors are the eyes and ears of the District’s Board, and are committed to the District. He stated that their replacements know nothing about emergency response or natural disaster. He concluded by requesting that the Board not take action that would eliminate the toll collector job classification.

     
  e.

Motion to Amend the Original Recommendation

Director Cochran moved to amend the original motion by adding an implementation date of no earlier than January 1, 2013.

President Reilly recognized the motion.

The motion to amend the original recommendation by including an implementation date of no earlier than January 1, 2013, died for lack of a second.

     
  f.

Discussion by the Board

Discussion ensued, including the following comments and inquiries:

  • Director Newhouse Segal made the following comments and inquiries:
    • She commented that she would prefer a later starting date than January 1, 2013, so that questions can be adequately answered. She stated that she would prefer that an advisory committee propose an implementation date that would then be acted on by the Board.
    • She commented that the following three factors would be important considerations: first, whether the technology is ready to be applied; second, the status of affected employees; and, third, the condition of the macro-economy.
  • Director Elsbernd inquired as to the projected increase in the deficit were the implementation date to be delayed. He added that postponing the implementation date could result in the District being unable to launch AET if it becomes ready prior to the later date. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that the deficit would increase by approximately $500,000.00 for 2013 were implementation delayed four months to January 1, 2013.
  • Director Sanders commented her agreement with Director Elsbernd’s statements.
  • Director Stroeh commented that, if the President appoints an advisory committee, it should report to the Finance-Auditing Committee on a regular basis to assure that the public are kept apprised.
  • Director Boro commented that the Board has received a commitment from staff and if the implementation date becomes problematic, the Board could then postpone. He added that he agrees with Director Elsbernd that the Board should not limit the ability of the District to implement AET when it is ready to do so.
  • Director Sobel commented that retaining the original deadline is preferred, knowing that the deadline is moveable if necessary. He reiterated that a target date is necessary.
  • Director Moylan commented that he remains unconvinced regarding the efficacy of AET. He added that he believes problems will arise in attempting to collect tolls from out-of-state and foreign visitors. He concluded by stating that 33% of drivers pay their tolls in cash, and that cash is on hand as soon as the tolls are paid.
  • Director Campos made the following comments and inquiries:
    • He commented that staff has done an excellent job and thanked them for their work.
    • He inquired as to whether outreach to Bridge users was done and, if so, whether it was done in languages other than English, such as Chinese and Spanish. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that outreach would be taken up following the Board’s approval to go forward. Mr. Wire added that outreach is one reason for the length of time expected between Board approval and AET implementation.
    • He commented that he would prefer to have outreach completed prior to Board approval. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that, without the intention to change the method of toll collection, there would be no reason to reach out. He added that staff has confirmed that the cash-pay networks that are currently used by cash-pay customers for other payments are available in various communities.
    • He commented that Bridge users should be able to give input as to whether they want AET at all. He added that he cannot understand why the Board would take action prior to conducting a skills assessment of toll collectors. He stated his opinion that the Board should have a clear picture of what will happen to those employees prior to taking action. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that, without a decision to pursue AET, there would not be a reason to conduct a skills assessment. Attorney Miller confirmed that formal discussions cannot take place without an action to implement a change. Director Campos indicated his disagreement.
    • He inquired as to whether the District will have the ability to accommodate the increased traffic that is likely to result from the America’s Cup event. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that staff has not yet analyzed the requirements for that race. He added that it is unlikely that the additional traffic during that short period will dramatically affect annual use figures.
    • He inquired as to whether a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) analysis had already been done for the America’s Cup. In response, Mr. Mulligan indicated he thought not.
    • He inquired as to the possibility of cost over-runs. In response, Mr. Mulligan stated that the District’s infrastructure for conversion to AET is already in place. The District has been collecting tolls electronically for over ten years. A larger number of photographs will be taken of license plates, which will require increased storage capacity for the photographs.
    • He commented that a labor representative should participate in discussions regarding possible change to AET.
  • Director Cochran commented that a firm implementation date is necessary and that, without one, employees may not be motivated to make decisions about their futures.
  • President Reilly commented that she would appoint an advisory committee to work with staff and report to the Board. She noted that the staff report indicates that implementation would not take place prior to 2012.
     
  g.

Action by the Board

Directors STROEH/PAHRE
Resolution No. 2011-008
approves actions relative to all electronic toll collection conversion on the Golden Gate Bridge as follows:

    a. Authorizes staff to commence implementation activities for all electronic toll collection conversion on the Golden Gate Bridge;
    b.
Authorizes a budget increase to the All Electronic Toll Collection Project in the FY 10/11 Bridge Division Capital Budget in the amount of $2,900,000.00 to be funded from District reserves for a total project budget of $3,237,000.00;
    c.
Authorizes initiation of formal meet and confer discussions with unions who represent potentially affected employees concerning the effects of the Board's decision to commence implementation activities for all electronic toll collection conversion; and,
    d.
Authorizes the filing of Notices of Exemption in the counties of Marin and San Francisco;
   

with the understanding that the President of the Board of Directors will appoint an advisory committee consisting of members of the Board to monitor and oversee project planning and implementation in conjunction with staff.

Adopted

AYES (16): Directors Boro, Campos, Chu, Cochran, Elsbernd, McGlashan, Moylan, Pahre, Rabbitt, Sanders, Snyder, Sobel and Stroeh; Second Vice President Newhouse Segal; First Vice President Eddie; President Reilly
NOES (0): None
ABSENT (2): Directors Brown and Grosboll

     
13.

Closed Session

Attorney David Miller, at the request of President Reilly, stated that the Board of Directors would convene in Closed Session, to discuss the matters listed under Closed Session, outlined above in Item No. 4.

After Closed Session, President Reilly called the meeting to order in open session with a quorum present. Attorney Miller reported that the Board of Directors had met in Closed Session, as permitted by the Brown Act, to discuss the matters listed under Closed Session, outlined above in Item No. 4. He reported that no formal action is to be taken at this time, but that instructions have been provided to the General Manager.

     
ADJOURNMENT
     
14.
All business having been concluded, the meeting was adjourned at 11:50 a.m., in memory of Phillip Keegan, Nelson Redding, Wilburn Lewis “Webb” Brown, Sr., Michael Patrick McGarvey, Theresa Coursey, Charles (Chuck) Daniels, Geraldine (Gerry) Duggan, Peter James Kingston and Jess Mantony.
     

 

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Janet S. Tarantino
Secretary of the District