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1st pub. Jun 10, t1 GATEWAY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD Regular Meeting, April 20, 2021 The Gateway Technical College District Board met virtually and in person on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. The meeting was called to order at 8:00 a.m. by Scott Pierce, Chairperson. I. Call to Order A. Open Meeting Compliance • K. Bartlett confirmed the meeting was duly noticed in accordance with state statutes for open meeting compliance. II. Roll Call Jesse Adams Megan Bahr Ram Bhatia William Duncan Zaida Hernandez-Irisson Rebecca Matoska-Mentink Bethany Ormseth Roger Zacharias Pamela Zenner-Richards Scott Pierce Excused Present Present Present Present Present Present Present Present Present Also in attendance were Bryan Albrecht, Kelly Bartlett, Mary Harpe and 48 citizens/reporters. Jesse Adams joined at 8:02 am. III. Approval of Agenda A. It was moved by R. Zacharias and seconded by R. Bhatia and carried to approve the agenda. IV. Approval of Minutes B. It was moved by P. Zenner-Richards and seconded by W. Duncan and carried to approve the minutes of the March 18, 2021 Regular Meeting. V. Citizen Comments There were no citizen comments. VI. Chairperson’s Report A. Dashboard Report items included updates on: • $1M in new student emergency grants awarded • Received $500,000 gift from Gene Haas Foundation • Enrollment trending upward for Summer & Fall B. Board Evaluation Summary • 7 of 9 Attending Trustees Responded to the Survey: Good exchanges with elected officials. Great meeting. Thanks to Stephanie and Zina for organizing and having politicians part of the meeting. Good presentations, especially excellent updates on partnership, grants/contracts by Anne Whynott. As typical for elected officials, good intent to have legislators, but mostly they talk about is political rhetoric like debt and green revolution, nothing to do with GTC. Good meeting. VII. President’s Report A. Announcements • Bryan and Scott recognized Tammi Summers on her DEI training offers for the Trustees. • Bryan announced that web traffic for Gateway has greatly increased. • Zina spoke about the upcoming drive-in style graduation ceremonies that will take place on May 22 and May 23. B. Gene Haas Foundation Partnership • Three representatives from HAAS delivered a $500,000 check to Gateway’s Foundation for the Promise 2 Finish program. • Jennifer Charpentier introduced Bill, Mark and Chad from HAAS and spoke about the partnership. • Michele Randall spoke about this great opportunity. C. Draft of Three-Year Strategic Facilities Plan • Tom Cousino presented on the three year plan. VIII. Student Trustee Report A. Megan Bahr reported on student activities that have been taking place this past month. IX. Operational Agenda A. Action Agenda 1. Single Audit - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020 A representative from the College’s audit firm, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP, will present the Single Audit Report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020 for receipt by the Gateway Technical College Board of Trustees. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by W. Duncan and carried to approve the Singe Audit – Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020. 2. Resolution No. F-2020-2021F.2 – Resolution Awarding the Sale of $1,500,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series F-2020-2021F Administration is recommending approval of a resolution awarding the sale of General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series F-2020-2021F; in the principal amount of $1,500,000 for the public purpose of financing building remodeling and improvement projects. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by R. Bhatia and carried by roll call vote to approve Resolution No. F-2020-2021F.2 – Resolution Awarding the Sale of $1,500,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series F-2020-2021F. Aye: 9 Nay: 0 Abstaining: 0 Absent: 0 3. Resolution No. F-2020-2021G.1 – Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of $1,000,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2020-2021G, of Gateway Technical College District, Wisconsin Administration is recommending approval to issue General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series F-2020-2021G; in the principal amount of $1,000,000 for the public purpose of financing building remodeling and improvement projects on the Kenosha Campus and district wide. This borrowing is included in the 2020-21 budget. Upon approval, appropriate legal notices will be published in the official district newspapers. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by R. Bhatia and carried by roll call vote to approve Resolution No. F-2020-2021G.1 – Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of $1,000,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2020-2021G, of Gateway Technical College District, Wisconsin. Aye: 9 Nay: 0 Abstaining: 0 Absent: 0 4. Resolution Numbers B-2021 C.1 & C.2 – Approval of Project for the Racine Campus Corridor Upgrade (Lake Building to Technical Building to Racine Building) Remodel The administration is recommending approval by the Gateway Technical College District Board of Resolution Numbers B-2021 C.1 and C.2 for the Racine Campus Corridor Upgrade Remodel project. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by Z. Hernandez-Irisson and carried to approve Resolution Numbers B-2021 C.1 & C.2 – Approval of Project for the Racine Campus Corridor Upgrade (Lake Building to Technical Building to Racine Building) Remodel. 5. Resolution Numbers B-2021 D.1 & D.2 – Approval of Project for the Lincoln Building Second Floor Remodel - Racine Campus The administration is recommending approval by the Gateway Technical College District Board of Resolution Numbers B-2021 D.1 and D.2 for the Racine Campus Lincoln Building Second Floor Remodel project. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Bhatia, seconded by W. Duncan and carried to approve Resolution Numbers B-2021 D.1 & D.2 – Approval of Project for the Lincoln Building Second Floor Remodel - Racine Campus. B. Consent Agenda It was moved by R. Matoska-Mentink, seconded by R. Zacharias and carried that the following items in the consent agenda be approved: 1. Finance a) Summary of Revenue and Expenditures: Approved the summary of revenue and expenditures as of March 31, 2021. b) Cash and Investment Schedules: Approved the monthly cash reconciliation, investment schedule and investment report. 2. Personnel Report: Approved the personnel report of five (5) employment approvalscasual, non-instructional; one (1) transfer; two (2) retirements; one (1) separation; and no employment approvals-adjunct faculty. 3. Grant Approvals: Approved the Grants for April 2021. 4. BWS Contracts for Instructional Delivery: Approved the contracts for instructional delivery report for April 2021. High School Contracts for Instructional Delivery: Approved the contracts for instructional delivery report for April 2021. 5. Advisory Committee Activity Report: Approved the advisory committee 2020-2021 meeting schedule and new members as of April 1, 2021 6. Bids for Approval: Approved the following Bids: Bid No. 1618 Student Life Center Rooftop Unit Replacement Academic Building Kenosha Campus; Bid No. 1619 Academic Building Generator Replacement Kenosha Campus; Bid No. 1622 HERO Center Rooftop Unit Replacement Burlington Center. X. Policy Governance Monitoring Reports A. Ends Statement Monitoring 1. College Ends Policy – The tri-county community benefits from affordable higher education that allows residents to develop knowledge and skills for family-supporting careers that contribute to the growth and sustainability of the local economy at a cost commensurate with the value of services provided. #1 Students demonstrate the knowledge and skills and self-confidence required for employability, career advancement, a global perspective, and lifelong learning. John Thibodeau and Tammi Summers led the presented on Veteran Services along with Edwardo Vargas, Rob Swanson and Angela Kaye. Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by Z. Hernandez-Irisson and carried that this report is evidence that the college is making progress on Ends Policy #1. B. Executive Limitations 1. 3.4 Budgeting/Forecasting and 3.5 Financial Condition Jason Nygard presented on 3.4 Budgeting/Forecasting and 3.5 Financial Condition. Following the discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by R. Zenner-Richards and carried to approve 3.4 Budgeting/Forecasting and 3.5 Financial Condition. 2. 3.2 Human Relationships; 3.3 Employment, Compensation, and Benefits; and 3.9 Sustained Presidential Leadership. Jacqueline Morris presented on 3.2 Human Relationships; 3.3 Employment, Compensation, and Benefits; and 3.9 Sustained Presidential Leadership. Following the discussion, it was moved by R. Bhatia, seconded by W. Duncan and carried to approve 3.2 Human Relationships; 3.3 Employment, Compensation, and Benefits; and 3.9 Sustained Presidential Leadership. 3. Policy Governance Review – 3.3 Following discussion, it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by P. Zenner-Richards and carried to approve the wording of Executive Limitations 3.3 Employment, Compensation, and Benefits. 4. Policy Governance Review – 3.9 Following discussion, it was moved by R. Bhatia, seconded by R. Zacharias and carried to approve the wording of Executive Limitations 3.9 Sustained Presidential Leadership. XI. Board Member Community Reports • Ram Bhatia thanked everyone for putting this hybrid meeting together. • Bill Duncan spoke about the DBA virtual meeting. • Bryan announced that Ram will continue on as a Mt Pleasant Board member, Becky is a candidate for the Kenosha Executive, Roger will only be with Gateway through June and then his term is ending and he is moving, Bill was appointed as the Secretary for the State Board, Bill is the President of the village of Williams Bay. • Jesse spoke about the builder’s association, lots of talk about Gateway resources. • Zaida attended the GLOW conference as a speaker and attended earth day. • Becky reminded everyone of the Gateway Foundation Golf Scramble on May 27. • Scott announced that Jason Tadlock will be joining Gateway’s Board in July. XII. Next Meeting Date and Adjourn A. Public Hearing – Thursday, May 6, 2021, 7:00 pm, Virtual and In-Person Meeting, Kenosha Campus Madrigrano Conference Center B. Regular Meeting – Thursday, May 13, 2021, 8:00 a.m., Virtual Meeting and In-Person Meeting Kenosha Campus Madrigrano Conference Center C. At approximately 10:43 a.m. it was moved by R. Zacharias, seconded by R. Matoska-Mentink and carried by that the meeting was adjourned. Submitted by, Pamela Zenner-Richards Secretary GATEWAY TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD Revenue and Expenditures April, 2021 Total Revenue $1,440,852 Total Expenditures $6,149,217 WNAXLP