Furukawa-Schlereth brought the meeting to order at 12:15 PM and asked for a motion to approve the Agenda. A motion was made by Dennis Harris. A second was obtained from John Bond . The Agenda was approved unanimously.
Schlereth asked for a motion to approve the Minutes of 1-30-98. A motion was made by Harris. A second was obtained from Steve Orlich. The Minutes were approved unanimously.
Schlereth reviewed Action and Information items from the previous CRC meeting. He noted that the CRC approved the Lighting Task Force's recommendations and that these items were being implemented. He also called attention to the 52 Ways to Student Satisfaction program noting that three additional items had been added since the last meeting.
Schlereth indicated that at a recent meeting of the SSE Board of Directors, the Board took action eliminating personal charges for items purchases in SSE venues by campus employees. The Board's action was taken with the understanding that credit cards for purchases would be accepted in the University Club. In addition, the SSE Board ratified a policy to permit campus departments to purchase items from the Enterprises via electronic funds transfer or departmental charge cards. Schlereth asked for a motion from the CRC to endorse the SSE Board's action. A motion was made by Harris. A second was obtained from Coate. The motion passed unanimously.
Schlereth recognized Harris who updated the CRC on latest developments regarding logistical planning for upcoming construction activities.
Schlereth recognized Ogg who asked for a "sense of the CRC" regarding a recommendation to create close-in, reserved spots for those persons who chose to car-pool to the campus. The CRC, by consensus, strongly supported the concept and Ogg agreed to incorporate this initiative in the Parking Policy scheduled to come to the CRC for review later in the Spring.
Schlereth recognized John Bond who indicated that the Task Force had been formed but he had not yet heard from faculty or students wishing to serve. Aaron Pava agreed to be the student representative. Steve Orlich volunteered to fill the faculty spot.
Schlereth presented recommendations prepared by the Cabinet Officers regarding the 1998-1999 General Fund Budget contained in the Packet. He noted that the recommendations were developed during a recent Cabinet Retreat and reflected a starting point for the PBAC, VPBAC and CRC to consider. Following Schlereth's presentation, clarifying discussion ensued on the various recommendations. The CRC agreed to continue discussion on this topic at the March 27 meeting.
Schlereth then reviewed the current list of Administration and Finance budget priorities contained in the Packet. One-time and on-going needs for 98-99 were discussed as were longer-term on-going and interim financial priorities. The Committee agreed to continue discussion of the priorities throughout the Spring as more information became available regarding the final disposition of the campus budget for fiscal 98-99.
Schlereth referenced materials contained in the Packet related to the CSU Collaborative Management System initiative. He asked Members to review the material prior to the March 27 meeting and noted that revised data would also be available at that time.
As it was approaching 4:30 PM, Schlereth indicated that discussion related to the proposed Renovation Policy, the proposed Surplus Property Disposition policy and a discussion of a Commercial Advertising policy would be agendized for a future CRC meeting. He then adjourned the meeting at 4:24 PM.
CRC Minutes 1997-1998