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WCPSS--Board of Education

OPEN SESSION


1. CALL TO ORDER


2. QUORUM DETERMINATION


3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


4. INFORMATION

Chair's Comments
Superintendent's Comments
Board Members' Comments

5. APPROVAL OF MEETING AGENDA


PUBLIC COMMENT - 6 P.M.

Citizens who signed up to address the board during public comment will be called on in priority order first for items on the agenda and then for items not on the agenda. Each individual speaker will be allowed two minutes for remarks. Issues or concerns involving personnel matters are not appropriate for this public comment setting. After 30 minutes of public comment, any speakers remaining will be recognized at the end of the agenda for their comments.

CONSENT ITEMS


FINANCE


6. AUTHORIZATION FORMS

These authorization forms designate the persons authorized to sign vouchers for the payment of
money on behalf of Bugg Elementary, Fuquay Middle, Olive Chapel Elementary and Wake Forest
Rolesville High. Fiscal Implications: These authorization forms are required for bank records.
Recommendation for Action: Approval of Authorization Forms.

7. REPORT OF ADMINISTRATION APPROVED CONTRACTS

The attached summaries are provided as information in accordance with Board Policy 8361. The
summaries list all change orders, and contracts having a value greater than $50,000 and not over
$100,000, and purchase orders in excess of $250,000 for July 2011. Fiscal Implications: Not
applicable. Recommendation for Action: Not applicable.

8. GIFTS TO THE SYSTEM

Fifty-Five gifts have been donated to the Wake County Public School System. The approximate
value of the gifts is $59,322. Fiscal Implications: Not Applicable. Recommendation for Action: No
Action is Required.

9. BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND TRANSFERS, 2010-2011

To report changes in the budget resolutions resulting from transactions processed during July, 2011.
Fiscal Implications:
Adjust State Public School Fund- $13,658,508
Adjust Local Current Expense Fund+ $229,239
Adjust Federal Grants Fund - State+ $18,982,250
Adjust Capital Outlay Fund-$36,713,394
Adjust Multiple Enterprise Fund+$943,695
Adjust Direct Grants Fund+$372,814
Adjust Other Restricted Fund+$2,507,087

Net Changes-$27,336,817
Recommendation for Action: No action. In accordance with the Budget Resolution, administration
is reporting changes in appropriations.

10. ALLIANCE OF PROFESSIONALS & CONSULTANTS, INC. SERVICE AGREEMENT

Technology Services has utilized a preferred vendors list since 2000. The list includes a limited
number of approved vendors providing contract personnel to supplement district staff. Contracts for
the current preferred vendors expire September 30, 2011. Therefore a Request for Proposal was
released on May 22, 2011 offering qualified vendors an opportunity to bid on providing contracted
technical resources moving forward. Eight proposals were received for consideration. A review
committee was established and all eight proposals were evaluated. Alliance of Professionals &
Consultants (APC) is one of the recommended vendors. APC currently provides contractors to
support the Grants office, Student Assignment and requested Oracle enhancements. Last year
$1,150,019.00 was approved to cover resources provided through APC. Current term expires
September 30, 2011. A new one-year contract will be executed to begin October 1, 2011. The
contract will allow for renewal of up to two consecutive one-year terms. It is estimated that
$935,487.00 will be needed to cover current contracted resources during the first year. Fiscal
Implications: Total amount of contract will be $935,487.00. $692,261.00 is required this fiscal year.
The remaining $243,226.00 will be paid in 2012-2013. Funding for contracted services is identified
and planned for in the Technology Services 2011-12 operating budget request. Recommendation for
Action: Staff is requesting Board approval of contract.

11. AUTONOMIC RESOURCES LLC SERVICE AGREEMENT

Technology Services has utilized a preferred vendors list since 2000. The list includes a limited
number of approved vendors providing contract personnel to supplement district staff. Contracts for
the current preferred vendors expire September 30, 2011. Therefore a Request for Proposal was
released on May 22, 2011 offering qualified vendors an opportunity to bid on contracted technical
resources moving forward. Eight proposals were received for consideration. A review committee was
established and all eight proposals were evaluated. Autonomic Resources (AR) is one of the
recommended vendors. AR currently provides contractors to support the mainframe and Student
Information Systems. Last year $419,142.00 was approved to cover resources provided through AR.
Current term expires September 30, 2011. A new one-year contract will be executed to begin
October 1, 2011. The contract will allow for renewal of up to two consecutive one-year terms. It is
estimated that $345,560.00 will be needed to cover current contracted resources during the first year.
Fiscal Implications: Total amount of contract will be $345,560.00. $255,714.00 is required this fiscal
year. The remaining $89,846.00 will be paid in 2012-2013. Funding for contracted services is
identified and planned for in the Technology Services 2011-12 operating budget request.
Recommendation for Action: Staff is requesting Board approval of contract.

12. ST TECH, INC. SERVICE AGREEMENT

Technology Services has utilized a preferred vendors list since 2000. The list includes a limited
number of approved vendors providing contract personnel to supplement district staff. Contracts for
the current preferred vendors expire September 30, 2011. Therefore a Request for Proposal was
released on May 22, 2011 offering qualified vendors an opportunity to bid on contracted technical
resources moving forward. Eight proposals were received for consideration. A review committee was
established and all eight proposals were evaluated. ST Tech, Inc. is one of the recommended
vendors. ST Tech currently provides contractors to support the district's data warehouse and
PL/SQL for Student Information Systems. Last year $216,448.00 was approved to cover resources
provided through ST Tech. Current term expires September 30, 2011. A new one-year contract will
be executed to begin October 1, 2011. The contract will allow for renewal of up to two consecutive
one-year terms. It is estimated that $178,200.00 will be needed to cover current contracted resources
during the first year. Fiscal Implications: Total amount of contract will be $178,200.00. $131,868.00
is required this fiscal year. The remaining $46,332.00 will be paid in 2012-2013. Funding for
contracted services is identified and planned for in the Technology Services 2011-12 operating
budget request. Recommendation for Action: Staff is requesting Board approval of contract.

FACILITIES


13. LEASE: TEMPORARY DEBRIS STAGING AND REDUCTION SITE (BRYAN ROAD


SITE)

The County of Wake has a debris management plan for the removal, reduction, and disposal of large
volumes of debris from public property following large scale disasters which includes entering into
agreements with one or more contractors to manage and operate the removal, reduction, and
disposal of disaster generated debris. The County has identified the Bryan Road site as a suitable
location for a Temporary Debris Staging and Reduction Site ("TDSRS") to be used in the event of a
disaster necessitating debris removal, reduction and disposal. Terms and conditions of a five (5)
year lease agreement for the Bryan Road site to serve as a TDSRS have been reached. Prior to the
Commencement Date, the Board has the right to terminate the Agreement upon sixty (60) days'
notice in writing, and subsequent to the Commencement Date, the Board may terminate the
agreement upon six (6) months written notice. Upon completion of the use of the Property by Wake
County, it will restore the Property by grading, reseeding, and stabilizing all disturbed areas in
accordance with conventional engineering and landscaping practices. A copy of the proposed lease
agreement is attached. Fiscal Implications: Estimated income to the Board of Education is $7,500
per month for each month that the Property is in use by Wake County, including the period during
which the property is being restored upon completion of TDSRS operations. Recommendation for
Action: Board approval is requested.

14. DEED OF EASEMENT FOR TOWN OF WAKE FOREST SIDEWALK: WAKE FOREST


ELEMENTARY

The Town of Wake Forest is undertaking a project to make pedestrian improvements to benefit
Wake Forest Elementary School as part of the Safe Routes to School Program. The improvements
include a sidewalk connection on the east side of South Wingate Street. In order to construct the
improvements across Board property, sidewalk easements containing 0.016 acres (687 sq. ft.) and
temporary construction easements containing 0.024 acres (1,087 sq. ft.) are needed. The requested
easements will not substantially interfere with the present or future use of the property. Staff requests
that Board grant the requested easements. A copy of the easement document is attached with the
area of the easements identified on Exhibit "A". Fiscal Implications: Inasmuch as the new sidewalk
will provide a safer walking path for Wake Forest Elementary students, this easement is being
granted at no cost. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

15.DEED OF EASEMENT FOR CITY OF RALEIGH GREENWAY AND TEMPORARY


CONSTRUCTION: WEST MILLBROOK MIDDLE

The City of Raleigh ("City") has undertaken a project for the enhancement and expansion of public
parks and greenways. This project includes widening the existing sidewalk on the West Millbrook
Middle School campus. The greenway easement required upon Board property includes 0.027 acres
(1,158 sq. ft.). A temporary construction easement is also required for construction of the
improvements. The temporary construction easement required upon Board property includes 0.184
acres (8,025 sq. ft.) Construction is scheduled for winter 2011. Terms and conditions have been
reached regarding compensation for the acquisition of the easements. The requested easements will
not substantially interfere with the present or future use of the property. Staff requests that Board
grant the requested easements. A copy of the easement documents and plat are attached with the
areas of the easements identified on the plat. Fiscal Implications: The City of Raleigh will
compensate the Board in the amount of $15,800 for the easements. Recommendation for Action:
Board approval is requested.

16.CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT FOR ROLESVILLE ROAD/ROLESVILLE BYPASS


INTERSECTION: ROLESVILLE HIGH

As part of the Rolesville High School project, the NCDOT is requiring the construction of a free
flow right-turn lane on the eastbound Rolesville Bypass, additional lane on Rolesville Road to
accommodate the free flow right-turn lane, and signal light at the Rolesville Road/Rolesville Bypass
intersection. This intersection is also being improved under NCDOT Project R-2814B (R-2814B).
It is cost effective and will limit nuisance to the public if the improvements related to the school
project are included with R-2814B. While NCDOT will construct the roadway improvements, the
Board is responsible for the cost of all school related improvements, utility relocations, and
acquisition of all necessary real property interests. A reimbursement agreement between the Board
and NCDOT outlining the responsibilities of both parties for this project is attached for review and
approval by the Board. Fiscal Implications: Estimated cost for construction of all necessary roadway
improvements and utility relocations is $155,847.78. Funding is available from the CIP 2006 Off-Site
(public) Improvements budget. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

17. RESOLUTION: FUNDING REALLOCATION FOR PLAN 2000 AND PLAN 2004

Resolution requests reallocation of $102,632 of savings from three PLAN 2000 projects to PLAN
2000 Program Contingency and of $2,269,075 from fifteen PLAN 2004 projects to PLAN 2004
Program Contingency. Since these projects were completed under budget, the funds are now
available as savings. Total reallocation amount is $2,371,707. Fiscal Implications: The program
contingency funds will be available upon reallocation. A separate pr้cis will request Board approval
to reduce the PLAN 2000 Plan of Record (overall budget) by $102,632, reduce the PLAN 2004 Plan
of Record (overall budget) by $2,269,075, and to increase the CIP 2006 overall budget by $2,371,707.
This action would close PLAN 2000 and leave minor issues at eleven projects to close PLAN 2004.
PLAN 2004 is expected to close in January 2012. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is
requested.

18. RESOLUTION: CHANGE BUDGETS FOR PLAN 2000, PLAN 2004, AND CIP 2006

This resolution requests reducing the Plan of Record (overall budget) for PLAN 2000 by $102,632,
the Plan of Record (overall budget) for PLAN 2004 by $2,269,075, and increasing the overall budget
for the CIP 2006 School Building Program by $2,371,707. These reductions are due to savings in
the PLAN 2000 and PLAN 2004 Building Programs. These savings will be budgeted in CIP 2006
Reserve and will be appropriated at a later date. The new Reserve amount will increase to
$61,784,133. With the exception of the savings above, these funds are contingent upon the last
issuance of CIP 2006 bonds, currently planned for early spring 2012. The reduction in Plan 2000
will close this building program. Fiscal Implications:
The Plan of Record for PLAN 2000 will decrease by $102,632, PLAN 2004 will decrease by
$2,269,075, and CIP 2006 will increase by $2,371,707 to $1,082,647,294. Recommendation for
Action: Board approval is requested.

19. CHANGE ORDER NO. CM-27: ALSTON RIDGE ELEMENTARY

Board approval is requested for Change Order No. CM- 27 to Barnhill Contracting Company, Inc.,
for their Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) contract for of Alston Ridge Elementary. This
change order, a reduction in the amount of $529,384.76, provides final reconciliation of the
remaining contractual amount and will complete this contract. The final Guaranteed Maximum Price
for this contract is $20,317,118.14. The CMAR contracts allow for unused construction manager
contingency funds to be credited to the construction manager as follows: 40% for meeting
substantial completion; 20% for meeting final completion; and 40% for meeting specific
performance measures. This construction manager met substantial completion, final completion,
and met 91% of the performance measures. The attachments show how the unused construction
manager contingency was calculated, the process for evaluation of their performance, and other key
criteria about this contract. Fiscal Implications: Funding is available from the total project budget
of $25,350,594, of which $23,171,540 is from CIP 2006, $2,159,496 is from CIP 2006 Offsite
(public) Improvements, and $19,558 is from the Town of Cary. Recommendation for Action:
Board approval is requested.

20. CHANGE ORDER NO. CM-17: SMITH ELEMENTARY

Board approval is requested for Change Order No. CM-17 to Skanska USA Building, Inc., for their
Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) contract for Smith Elementary. This change order, a
reduction in the amount of $550,215.61, provides final reconciliation of the remaining contractual
amount and will complete this contract. The final Guaranteed Maximum Price for this contract is
$17,658,213.05. The CMAR contract allows for unused construction manager contingency funds to
be credited to the construction manager as follows: 40% for meeting substantial completion; 20%
for meeting final completion; and 40% for meeting specific performance measures. This
construction manager met substantial completion, did not meet final completion, and met 72% of
the performance measures. The attachments show how the unused construction manager
contingency was calculated, the process for evaluation of their performance, and other key criteria
about this contract. Fiscal Implications: Funding is available from the total project budget of
$21,512,258 of which $20,891,661 is from CIP 2006, $390,597 from CIP 2006 Offsite (public)
Improvements, and $230,000 from Plan 2004. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is
requested.

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT


21. GRANT PROPOSALS

Competitive (#05812): Fuquay-Varina Woman's Club, Teacher Mini-Grants / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#05912): Kinder Morgan Foundation, Kinder Morgan Foundation Grant / Individual Schools.
Collaborative (#06012): National Science Foundation, Engineering Research Centers / NC State University with Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06112): GlaxoSmithKline Foundation, Ribbon of Hope Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06212): Woodmen of the World, Educational Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06312): Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce, Teacher Grants / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06412): W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Kellogg Foundation Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06512): Annie's Homegrown, Grants for Gardens / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06612): Vernier Software and Technology, Vernier/National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Technology Awards / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06712): Magnet Schools of America, Mini "Action Research" Grants / Individual Magnet Schools.
Competitive (#06812): Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, Foundation Grants / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#06912): KaBOOM!, It Starts With a Playground Grant Program / Individual Schools.
Collaborative (#07012): NC Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JCPC), Level 2 Dispositional Alternatives Projects / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07112): NC Foundation for Public School Children, Foundation Grant Program / Individual Schools.
Collaborative (#07212): Institute of Education Sciences (Institute), Duke University Psychology Department, Education Research Grant Program / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07312): United Arts Council, Arts in Education Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07412): The Beehive Collective, People, Planet, and Prosperity Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07512): The Clorox Company, Power A Bright Future Grant Program / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07612): IBM, KidSmart Early Learning Program / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07712): Kappa Delta Pi Educational Foundation, Classroom Teacher Grant / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07812): United Way and USA TODAY Charitable Foundation, United Way Healthy Teens / Individual Schools.
Competitive (#07912): Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Harvard University Center for Education Policy Research, Strategic Data Project / Central Services.
Fiscal Implications: Any required cash and/or in-kind matching contributions vary by grant
program. Recommendation for Action: Staff is requesting Board approval.

HUMAN RESOURCES


22. RECOMMENDATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

1. Professional
2. Support
3. Contract Central Services Administrator

POLICY


23. BOARD POLICY 3219: JOB DESCRIPTION TEACHER

Revised: Second Reading
This policy was presented to the Board for a first reading at its 8/16/11 meeting. Fiscal
Implications: None. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

24. BOARD POLICY 3230: EVALUATION OF LICENSED EMPLOYEES

Revised: Second Reading
This policy was presented to the Board for a first reading at its 8/16/11 meeting. Fiscal
Implications: None. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

BOARD


25. BOARD ADVISORY COUNCIL NOMINATIONS

This represents new nominations to the Board Advisory Councils. The nomination forms are attached for the Board's review and consideration. Fiscal Implications: None. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

26. RALEIGH DINGMAN AWARD

Each Board of Education is invited to nominate one candidate for the prestigious Raleigh Dingman
Award. The Raleigh Dingman winner serves as an ex officio member of the State Board of
Education and represents NCSBA and the 115 local Boards of Education.
Due to Deborah Prickett's close connection with the State Board of Education and the North
Carolina Department of Public Instruction, the pr้cis is intended to serve as the Board's nomination
for this award. She has indicated that she can meet the requirements for serving in this capacity.
Fiscal Implications: None. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

ACTION ITEMS


FACILITIES


27. RESOLUTION: REQUEST TO SURPLUS 21.54 ACRES OF LAND AT ROLESVILLE


HIGH (H-6)

The Board of Education owns 143.26 acres of land in Rolesville which is the site of Rolesville High
School, and which is located on the western side of Rolesville Road in the southeastern quadrant of
its intersection with Quarry Road. The particular portion of the tract that is sought to be declared as
surplus at this time is the northern portion of the site, and is unnecessary or undesirable for public
school purposes as contemplated in N.C.G.S. 115C-518. Staff requests that the Board of Education
declare as surplus and order the sale of the property, to include completion of subdivision and
rezoning of the surplus area, which is depicted on an exhibit attached. The property is further
identified as a portion of PIN #1768-55-3208 of 21.54 acres, the precise area of which shall be
confirmed by survey. Fiscal Implications: Upon approval from the Board of Education, staff will
implement per policy 7250. Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested.

28. OFFER TO PURCHASE AND CONTRACT FOR SALE OF A ฑ8.0 ACRE PORTION OF


SURPLUS 10.01 ACRES: CENTRAL SERVICES BUILDING (2302 NOBLE ROAD)

The Board of Education owns 10.01 acres of land and 24,353 square feet of office, bus repair, and
warehouse space, known as Wake County Public School System Noble Road Central Services
located at 2302 Noble Road, Raleigh, NC. The Board of Education declared it as surplus and
ordered its sale on November 9, 2010. At its December 6, 2010 meeting, the Wake County Board of
Commissioners declined to purchase the property at fair market value. Terms and conditions of an
Offer to Purchase and Contract have been received requesting the sale of ฑ8.0 acres of the 10.01
acre tract, subject to survey, to Grubb Ventures, LLC, at a purchase price of $1,900,000. A map
illustrating the proposed subdivision and relevant valuation benchmarks are included on an
attachment hereto. Subdivision of the tract into two parcels will be required to facilitate the sale,
which will result in the Board's retention of a ฑ2.01 acre tract containing an office building suitable
for immediate lease or sale, a modular building, a building currently occupied as a print shop, and
surrounding parking. The property is further identified as being a portion of the tract having Wake
County PIN #1705-91-2122 and Wake County Tax Account # 0102475. Fiscal Implications:
Estimated gross income to the Board of Education "to reduce the County's bonded indebtedness
for schools or for future land acquisitions for schools" is $1,900,000. Net income from the sale is
anticipated to replenish the funds from the capital budget that were set aside by Wake County to
secure a portion of future lease costs of the Crossroads Administrative Building lease.
Recommendation for Action: Board approval is requested for the conditions and terms of the
proposed contract subject to attorney approval of the contract as to form, and conditioned upon
and subject to completion of the advertisement and upset process as described in N.C.G.S. 115C
518 and N.C.G.S. 160A-269.

FINANCE


29. RENEWAL OF COVERAGE: GENERAL LIABILITY, PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY,


VEHICLE, AND UMBRELLA EXCESS INSURANCE COVERAGE

The Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) maintains General Liability, School District &
Educators Legal Liability, Law Enforcement Professional Liability, Vehicle Insurance, and Umbrella
Excess Insurance to limit risk of financial and physical loss of resources and assets. Based upon an
offer from Wake County, WCPSS and Wake County worked together in review of current liability
coverage and alternate options that may lead to savings. The review resulted in considering four
different coverage options. Annual premiums for the four options are:

OPTION 1 -MONTGOMERY INSURANCE$887,679

(Current Insurance Program)

OPTION 2 -MONTGOMERY INSURANCE$628,262

($75,000/$150,000 Deductible Program)

OPTION 3 -ARGONAUT INSURANCE$690,705

(Large Deductible Program)

OPTION 4 -UNITED EDUCATORS PROGRAM $689,402

(Stop Loss $1,000,000; $10,000 Maintenance Deductible)
Fiscal Implications: Funds are available in 2011-2012 Risk Management Budget. Recommendation
for Action: A comparison of the total out of pocket costs (premium & deductible) was conducted
utilizing five years claims history. Based upon this comparison, Option 2 results in the lowest out of
pocket costs at the yearly claim average and at all levels of claims over the five-year period. Staff
recommends Option 2 and requests Board Approval.

30. RENEWAL OF PROPERTY INSURANCE COVERAGE: OWNED OR LEASED REAL


& PERSONAL PROPERTY, BOILER & MACHINERY, AND MUSICAL


INSTRUMENTS

The Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) has maintained Property Insurance Coverage
through participation in the statewide pool administered by the N.C. Department of Public
Instruction for over 20 years. Based upon an offer from Wake County, WCPSS and Wake County
worked together in review of current property insurance coverage and alternate options that may lead
to savings. The review resulted in considering four different coverage options. Annual premiums
for the four options are:
OPTION 1: North Carolina Department of Public Instructions$914,292
($5,000 Deductible All Perils; except $2,000 Theft & Vandalism;
$25,000 Flood & Earthquake)
OPTION 2: North Carolina Department of Public Instructions$865,550
($10,000 Deductible All Covered Causes of loss; except
$2,000 Theft & Vandalism; $25,000 Flood & Earthquake)
OPTION 3: North Carolina Department of Public Instructions$770,326
($100,000 Deductible All Covered Causes of loss)
OPTION 4: Travelers Insurance$974,853
($10,000 Deductible All Covered Causes of loss)
Fiscal Implications: Funds are available in 2011-2012 Risk Management Budget.
Recommendation for Action: A comparison of the total out of pocket costs (premium & deductible)
was conducted utilizing five years claims history. Based upon this comparison, Options 1 and 2
result the in the lowest out of pocket costs at the yearly claim average. Using the five-year average,
Options 1 and 2 have effectively the same total out of pocket cost. If claim volume increases above
prior year averages, Option 1 will require the lowest out of pocket expenditure. Staff recommends
Option 1 and requests Board Approval.

CLOSED SESSION

To consider confidential personnel information protected under G.S. 143-318.11 (a) (6) and 115C-319.
To consider confidential student information protected under G.S. 115C-402 and the Family Educational and Privacy Rights Act, 20 U.S.C. 1232g.
To consult with an attorney employed or retained by the Board in order to preserve the attorney-client privilege as provided in G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(3).
To consult with the Board of Education attorney and preserve the attorney-client privilege as provided in G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(3) A.E. by parents T.E. and M.E. v. the Wake County Board of Education, in the Office of Administrative Hearings, 11 EDC 0465.

ACTION ITEMS CONT'D


HUMAN RESOURCES


31. RECOMMENDATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT(S)


32. RECOMMENDATION FOR CAREER STATUS


ADJOURNMENT


Meetings will be held in the Administration Building, 3600 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC unless otherwise indicated.