Fred Franklin, Hugh Greene, Joy Korman, Radford Lovett, Oscar Munoz, Mike Naughton, Joan Newton, Lynn Pappas, Patrick Plumlee, Lanny Russell, and Sharon Wamble-King
Joan Newton, Myron Pincomb, and Bruce Taylor
Meeting called to order by Lanny Russell in the absence of Chair, Myron Pincomb.
Mr. Russell asked for approval of the minutes from the January 17th meeting. Motion was made to approve. The motion passed unanimously.
No open comments at this time.
Vice President Shuman addressed the committee and presented the above referenced item. She stated that over the last two years UNF has received no PECO funding, however, we are expected to submit a five-year Capital Outlay Request. The request was reviewed by committee, and motioned made to approve. The motion passed unanimously.
Vice President Shuman addressed the committee and briefly described the need for each of the selected projects. She stated that UNF is proposing an increase in the CITF Fee of $2.00 per credit hour, which would create a total of $6.76 for resident students and $6.76 for non-resident students. The first proposed projects would be (1) recreational gymnasium/pool and (2) contributions to the Sanctuary/Performance Hall. Motion made to approve. The motion passed unanimously.
Vice President Shuman presented the Capital Outlay Budget for FY 2012-2013. The request was reviewed and motion made to approve. The motion passed unanimously.
Vice President Allaire presented for Board approval the naming of Building 3 as: South Skinner-Jones Hall and Building 4 as: North Skinner-Jones Hall. Motion made to approve. The motion passed unanimously.
Vice President Shuman stated the Quarterly report describes current progress on each project, funding sources, and any current issues, including Change Orders. Vice President Shuman presented details for discussion on the Charge Orders and Capital Projects Report.
Discussion item. No motion required.
Mr. Russell adjourned the meeting.
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