Budget Committee Meeting May 14

Article by: Janet Paulson

1)    Call to Order - Chair Didway                                                                                            5:30 p.m.

2)    Roll call                                                                                                                                                     

3)    Approval of May 7, 2014 Meeting Minutes -(Coded 05.14.14-A)                                    

4)    2014-15 Achievement Compact (Coded 05.14.14-B)

 

5)    Budget Committee Questions & Deliberation -

6)    Public Comments and Questions -

All speakers must sign-in on the "Comments from the Audience, Speaker Sign-In Sheet" provided on the table at the entry-way to CC 127.  Everyone signing in is asked to print legibly, note their address so informational material can be mailed to them and note whether they are a student, staff or community member.  Comments are limited to 3 minutes.  This is an opportunity for testimony.  Respectful consideration is expected for all comments.  Individual personnel issues/concerns must not be discussed in this public meeting.

a)    Regarding the 2014-15 Achievement Compact -- Public Comments and Questions

b)    Regarding the 2014-15 Budget -- Public Comments and Questions

7)    Motion to Approve 2014-15 Proposed Budget - (Coded 05.14.14-C)                                         

8)    Motion to Approve 2012-13 Property Tax Levies -(Coded 05.14.14-D)                         

9)    Recess - Next Meeting:  May 6, 2015      

 

COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS FROM CITIZENS

 

The Clackamas Community College Budget Committee welcomes citizens to attend Budget Committee meetings.  Members of the public are also encouraged to share their comments regarding the budget with the Budget Committee during the agenda item labeled "Public Comments and Questions." Questions or comments from the audience at any other time during the meeting except for the agenda item "Public Comments and Questions" will be declared out of order. If you wish to speak to the budget committee, please sign up at the table located at the entrance to CC 127.

 

During this agenda item we ask that you abide by the following rules:

 

1)    Please state your name and the budget topic you are addressing before you begin.

 

2)    Speakers please direct comments to the Budget Committee Chair. The chair will refer any questions or requests for actions to the proper person for a response once all public comments and questions are considered. If follow up is required, the information will be provided to the speaker via letter or meeting, with the information shared at the next board of education and  budget committee meeting.

 

3)    Comments and questions will be restricted to those directly regarding the budget document.    All speakers are to keep their comments to 3 minutes or less. If a group wishes to speak, please designate one spokesperson for the group. In order to maintain the meeting schedule repetitious comments may not be permitted in order to keep the meeting on schedule.

 

4)    Speakers may offer objective criticism of the district budget but the budget committee will not hear complaints or comments on any other topic including those concerning individual college district personnel.

 

5)    Requests for information or action regarding budget, programs, or other subjects should be handled first through the following steps:

a.     Records request are processed through Public Records Request Form;

b.     Complaints against college personnel are to be filed through the appropriate Complaint form.

c.     Other complaints will be referred to the college president for appropriate follow-up through administrative personnel.

 

These forms are available at the table where speakers signed in.

 

6)    If you wish to submit a letter or any form of written comments, the Budget Committee will accept those and keep them in the President's Office in a Budget Committee communication file. Copies will be given to Budget Committee members and those written letters or comments are public documents.

 

7)    Candidates, their committee members, or individuals are to refrain from supporting their candidacy as an elected official or opposing other elected officials.

                                               

Contact the Public Affairs Office

Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

Email us: publicaffairs@clackamas.edu

Call us: 503-594-6000

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