10/26/1974

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 26-27, 1974








10-26-1974

Pages 68-82

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

October 26, 1974



The Board of Regents met on the above date at Northern Nevada

Community College, Elko.



Members present: Mr. James L. Buchanan, II

Mr. Harold J. Jacobsen

Rev. Joseph Kohn

Mr. William W. Morris

Mr. Mel Steninger



Members absent: Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Mrs. Nedra Joyce

Louis E. Lombardi, M. D.

Miss Helen Thompson



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President Charles R. Donnelly, CCD

President Max Milam, UNR

President John M. Ward, DRI

Vice President James T. Anderson, UNR

Executive Vice President William Berg, NNCC

Executive Vice President J. Clark Davis, WNCC

Vice President Arthur Gentile, UNLV

Vice President Edward L. Pine, UNR

Vice President Herman Westfall, UNLV

Dr. Paul Aizley, UNLV

Mr. Mark Dawson, DRI

Mr. K. Donald Jessup, UNS

Dr. Owen A. Knorr, UNS

Mr. Edward Olsen, UNR

Mr. Harry Paul Wood, UNS

Dr. Patrick Beaulieu, UNR

Dr. David Emerson, NNCC

Dr. Harold Klieforth, DRI

Miss Delia Martinez, UNS

Dr. Joseph Mc Cullough, UNLV

Mr. Dan Dils, NNCC/ASB

Mr. Tom Mayer, ASUN



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Jacobsen at 9:15 A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes



The minutes of the regular session of September 13, 1974

were submitted for approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



2. Report of Gifts and Grants



Acceptance of the gifts and grants as reported by the Divi-

sion Officers was recommended (report identified as Ref. 2

and filed with permanent minutes).



Rev. Kohn moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



President Donnelly introduced Mr. Dan Dils, newly elected Presi-

dent of the Associated Student Body of NNCC.



3. NNCC/ASB 1974-75 Budget



President Donnelly presented the following proposed budget

for 1974-75 for the Associated Student Body, NNCC, with

his recommendation for approval:



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 234

Revenue

Student Fees $2,800

Vending Sales 1,366

Total Revenue 4,166

Total Funds Available $4,400



Application of Funds

Operating

Athletics, Basketball $2,000

Student Newspaper 400

Registration Fees for

Officers 526

Activities 1,200

Total Operating $4,126

Ending Fund Balance 274

Total Application of Funds $4,400



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



4. Estimative Budget for NNCC Child Development Center



President Donnelly requested approval of the following

estimative budget for the Child Development Center, NNCC,

for 1974-75:



Source of Funds

Opening Cash Balance $ 865

Revenue

Day Care Fees $3,800

Vocational Funds 1,500

Total Revenue 5,300

Total Funds Available $6,165



Application of Funds

Wages $3,400

Operating 1,120

Total Expenditures $4,520

Ending Fund Balance 1,645

Total Application of Funds $6,165



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



5. Utility Easements, WNCC, Carson City



President Donnelly recalled that in May, 1973 the Board

authorized easements for utilities and dedication of lands

for roads at the Carson City Campus of WNCC. Under this

authorization, an easement was granted to Carson City for

the extension of power lines. Southwest Gas Corporation

has now requested that they be allowed the use of this 15

foot utility easement for the purpose of constructing a

natural gas main to serve WNCC.



President Donnelly and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval, subject to the concurrence of Carson City in

the common use of this utility easement.



Rev. Kohn moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



6. Request for Approval of Lease Agreements, CCD



President Donnelly requested authorization to enter into

lease agreements for the following:



(1) Property at 1966 Genoa Street, North Las Vegas, known

as the Sierra Arms Child Care Facility, to provide

facilities for the CCCC Child Care Center and Child

Care Program. Lease to run from November 1, 1974

through October 31, 1976. First year rental to be

paid at $500 per month, second year rental at $600

per month for an aggregate rental for the two year

period of $13,200. There is also an option to renew

for an additional two years at $12,000 per year.

Exercise of the option is considered to require ad-

ditional Board action.



(2) Property at 1600 Industrial Road, Las Vegas, to pro-

vide facilities for the CCCC automotive program,

electronics program and possibly the welding pro-

gram laboratories. Lease will be between the Board

of Regents and the Bank of Nevada, Trustee, for the

period November 1, 1974 through October 31, 1976.

Aggregate rental for the two year period will be

$69,600, to be paid $2400 per month for the first

six months, $2800 per month for second six months;

$3200 per month for final twelve months.



(3) Property at 590 South Maine Street, Fallon, to be used

as offices and classrooms by WNCC. Lease will be be-

tween Board of Regents and B. T. Spencer, for the

period September 1, 1974 through August 31, 1975, at

a rental of $410 per month.



(4) Property at Humboldt and California Avenue, Reno, to

provide additional office space for Business/Person-

nel Departments, CCD. Lease is for the period Novem-

ber 15, 1974 through June 30, 1977, with an option to

extend for two years at the same terms. The rental

is 41 cents per square foot for 789 square feet, or

$320 per month.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval, subject to re-

view and approval of the lease documents by Counsel.



There was discussion concerning the amount of remodeling

which might be needed to make the property on Industrial

Road suitable for its intended use.



Mr. Morris moved approval of the proposed leases, provided

that information be submitted to the Board in writing con-

cerning the final costs of modifications required for the

Industrial Road property. Motion seconded by Mr. Steninger,

carried without dissent.



7. Desert Biology Laboratory, Boulder City



President Ward requested that this item (i. e., presenta-

tion of preliminary plans for the project) be withdrawn.



8. Allocation of Contingency Reserve Funds, DRI



President Ward noted that Board of Regents policy (Title 4,

Chapter 17, Section 3 of the Board of Regents Handbook)

provides that DRI Contingency Funds might be utilized upon

recommendation of the President, approval of the Chancellor

and the Board of Regents. He requested approval of the

following use of Contingency Reserve Funds:



$40,000 for 6 months to fund the study entitled "Arid

Basin Management Model with Concurrent Quality and Flow

Constraints." This proposal has been approved for

funding by the Office of Water Research and Technology

for approximately $80,000, with a start date of August

1, 1974. Before an award can be issued, however, it

must wait 60 calendar days that the House and Senate

are in session. DRI anticipates receiving the award

document February 1, 1975.



President Ward stated that when the fully executed award

document has been received, the above funds would, of

course, be returned to the Contingency Reserve. Chancel-

lor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Rev.

Kohn, carried without dissent.



9. Addition to Physical Education Complex, UNLV



Dr. Gentile reported that the State Public Works Board had

requested authorization from the Board of Regents to expand

the scope of the subject project to include lighting of the

12 existing tennis courts to the west of the building com-

plex at an estimated cost of $41,000. The project contin-

gency fund has a balance of approximately $45,000 which

will be used to cover the cost of lighting; however, if

this amount should prove to be insufficient, UNLV operat-

ing funds could be used to augment the contingency fund.



Dr. Gentile recommended approval on behalf of President

Baepler. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Mr. Morris submitted a letter from William Daniel, Depart-

ment of Physical Education, UNLV, which he read and asked

that it be included in the minutes:



Dear Mr. Morris;



It has been brought to my attention that in the near

future, the Board of Regents will be considering

lighting of the tennis courts at the University of

Nevada, Las Vegas. As Chairman of the Physical Educa-

tion Department, I would like to briefly explain what

the lighting of these courts would mean to the Univer-

sity, community and State of Nevada.



The 12 tennis courts located on the University of

Nevada, Las Vegas Campus are probably the finest

outdoor tennis courts in the State of Nevada. With

this stamp of excellence, there could be an abundance

of opportunities for the University Campus as well as

the Las Vegas community.



As far as the University is concerned, lighting would

provide us with the opportunity to offer many more

classes, particularly during the Summer months and

would greatly enhance our recreation program.



It has been our policy at all times to offer use of

our facility to many community organizations and

agencies. For example, we have had High School zone

championships held. The Clark County Community Col-

lege has used our courts for teaching time. Lighting

would serve to accommodate more of these classes.



We have also been thinking in the area of offering

non-credit classes for such groups as senior citizens

through continuing education. By offering a non-

credit area, we would certainly be able to vastly

expand our now limited clientele.



The need for lighting on the tennis courts is becom-

ing increasingly apparent, and therefore, the addition

of lighting would only serve to make this an even finer

facility for University and community.



Sincerely,



/s/ William Daniel



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Rev. Kohn,

carried without dissent.



10. Approval of Fund Transfers, UNLV



Vice President Gentile presented a request from President

Baepler for approval of transfers amounting to $101,839 from

the Contingency Reserve in General University Operation, as

follows, noting that the revised revenue estimate indicates

that there will be $134,000 more income than was budgeted

and the operating contingency reserve was $124,968:



#75-021 $5000 to Women's Athletics to provide additional

operating funds.



#75-024 $14,370 to Admissions to establish the position

of Assistant Director of Admissions.



#75-026 $6418 to Radiologic Technology to provide funds

for 1/2 time positions. Funds are available from

Nursing Department.



#75-031 $36,309 to Physical Education to cover salaries

for Gordon Edwards and John Bayer for 1974-75

as required.



#75-033 $23,608 to Intercollegiate Athletics to cover new

position for Women's Athletic Coach and Sports

Information Director (1/2 time) and other salary

adjustments.



#75-034 $16,134 to Extended Day Supplement to cover P-99

contracts for Fall, 1974.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Steninger, carried without dissent.



11. Report of Overdue Student Loans, UNR



President Milam noted that Board policy requires that an-

nually a list be compiled of student loans which are un-

collected and which the Administration recommends be

charged off. He submitted such a report from UNR (identi-

fied as Ref. 11 and filed with permanent minutes), request-

ing that delinquent loans in the amount of $3032 be charged

off the University's books and a hold placed on the records

of each of the 30 students involved. He noted that the

loan is still due and each student's record will not be

released until the loan is paid. A list of the individual

students was included in the Executive Session agenda.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Rev. Kohn moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



12. Change of Department Name, UNR



President Milam recommended that the name of the Department

of Physical Education be changed to Department of Recrea-

tional Studies, effective immediatley. Chancellor Humphrey

concurred.



Mr. Buchanan moved that the name be changed to Department

of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Motion

seconded by Rev. Kohn, failed to carry.



Mr. Steninger moved approval of the recommendation that

the name be changed to Department of Recreational Studies.

Motion seconded by Mr. Morris.



Mr. Morris moved to amend to provide that with the name

change, mandatory physical education be reinstated.

Motion to amend was not seconded.



Main motion failed.



Mr. Buchanan moved to change the name of the Department to

Department of Recreation and Physical Education Studies.

Motion seconded by Rev. Kohn.



Mr. Steninger stated that in his opinion it was not appro-

priate that the Board attempt to rename the Department.

He suggested that if the recommendation was not acceptable

to the Board, the matter simply be referred back to the

Campus.



Mr. Steninger moved to table. Motion to table failed.



Mr. Buchanan's motion to rename the Department of Recrea-

tion and Physical Education Studies failed.



President Milam requested that he be allowed to withdraw

the item, and that it be resubmitted at a later date. It

was agreed that this was desirable with the understanding

that physical education as a University requirement would

also be discussed and a recommendation brought back to the

Board at the same time as the renaming of the Department

was resubmitted.



13. Addition to Anderson Health Sciences Building, UNR



President Milam reported that completion of funding for

the construction of a $1.7 million addition to the Anderson

Health Sciences building seems probable. He recalled that

the proposed addition will provide a gross anatomy labora-

tory, classrooms and laboratories, and additional office

space for faculty of the Medical School.



President Milam recommended that Mr. Edward S. Parsons be

approved as the architect for this planned expansion so

that work on the plans can proceed as soon as funding is

complete. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Steninger, carried without dissent.



14. Request to Widen Ninth Street, UNR



President Milam requested that this item be changed from an

action item to a discussion item and that alternatives to

the solution presented in the agenda be further explored

and that a recommendation be submitted to a subsequent

meeting.



The item, as presented in the agenda, anticipated the re-

moval of trees on Ninth Street to permit the widening of

that street adjacent to the Campus between Center and

North Virignia Streets.



It was agreed that this recommendation would be withdrawn

and alternatives discussed at a subsequent meeting.



As part of the discussion following, Mr. Tom Mayer, ASUN

President, presented petitions opposing the removal of

the trees. In addition, he presented a resolution by

the ASUN Senate, requesting that the trees not be removed.



15. Main Station Farm Improvements, UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened October 23,

1974 for an 80' x 96' addition to the Main Station Farm

feed lot cover. Results were as follows:



R. M. Krump Construction Co. $26,816

Q & D Construction Co., Inc. 27,612

Capriotti Construction Co., Inc. 27,910

Construction Associates of Nevada 30,170

Action Construction & Development Co. 32,488



President Milam recommended award to low bidder, R. M.

Krump Construction Co. Funds are available from the

Agriculture Facilities account. Chancellor Humphrey

recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Steninger, carried without dissent.



16. Addition to Garage Building, UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened October 23,

1974 for a 20' x 36' addition to the Garage building on

the Reno Campus. Results were as follows:



Q & D Construction Co., Inc. $ 7,911

R. M. Krump Construction Co. 10,421



President Milam recommended award to low bidder, Q & D

Construction Co., Inc. Funds are available from the

Car Pool Mileage account. Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Steninger, carried without dissent.



17. Communications Link, UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened October 23,

1974 for a communications underground conduit link (3 3"

plastic conduits) between Home Economics, Mackay Science

and Scrugham Engineering buildings. Results were as

follows:



Harker & Harker $ 7,920

Resource Development Co. 8,063

G & W Construction Co. 8,435

Acme-Collins Co., Inc. 10,920

Tannenbaum Construction Co. 11,950

Gerhardt & Berry Construction Co. 14,661



President Milam recommended award to low bidder, Harker

& Harker. Funds are available from 1973-74 special ap-

propriation of $100,000. Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Mr. Morris moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



18. Theater Lighting System, Church Fine Arts, UNR



President Milam reported that bids were opened October 15,

1974 for theater lighting in Church Fine Arts. Bids were

as follows:



Decor Electronics $63,395

Major Corp. 70,935



President Milam recommended that the Board concur with the

award by the State Public Works Board to the low bidder,

Decor Electronics. He noted that when the delivery date

for the equipment is firm, estimated in approximately 6

months, installation of the equipment will be bid. Funds

are available from the 1973-75 capital improvement appro-

priation. Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



19. Extension of Heat Lines, UNR



President Milam reported the following bids received by the

State Public Works Board October 3, 1974 for extension of

the heat lines to the Gymnasium and the Church Fine Arts:



Barkman Plumbing & Heating $34,800

Harker & Harker 37,940

Savage & Son 37,990

J. W. Mc Clenahan 38,853

Clark Brothers 45,895

Construction Associates 48,364



President Milam recommended the Board concur with the

State Public Works Board in the award of a contract to

the low bidder, Barkman Plumbing & Heating. Funds are

available in HECC funds for 1973-75. Chancellor

Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



20. Report on Respiratory Therapy Program



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in June, 1974 the Board

authorized a program in Respiratory Therapy at WNCC, ef-

fective Fall, 1974. In approving this program, the Board

instructed that UNLV and CCD form an advisory committee

to investigate the feasibility of establishing a Respira-

tory Therapy Program in Southern Nevada and directed that

a report be brought back to the Board in October.



President Donnelly reported that progress has been slow.

The committee has been formed, has not yet met, but will

be meeting in the near future.



Mr. Buchanan asked that a further report be submitted at

the December meeting.



21. Report on Investment Advisory Committee



Chancellor Humphrey submitted the minutes of the Investment

Advisory Committee meeting of September 13, 1974 in the

absence of the Committee's Chairman, Dr. Lombardi. He re-

quested confirmation of the Committee's actions as report-

ed in the minutes, specifically noting the Committee's

recommendation for a policy change to the established

procedures for obtaining interim authorization on invest-

ment changes. The procedure currently being followed is

to request these authorizations by mail ballot. This

proves to be too slow to allow for the action required to

obtain the maximum benefit from investment changes. The

Committee requests approval for a change in the procedure

whereby the FNB Trust Department may accept telephone

authorization from the Committee members for investment

changes, with written confirmation to follow.



Mr. Morris moved approval of the minutes, specifically

authorizing the Trust Department to accept telephone

authorization for investment changes to be followed by

written confirmation of the changes made. Motion seconded

by Mr. Steninger, carried without dissent.



22. Proposed Calendar for 1975 Board Meetings



Chancellor Humphrey submitted for action in December, the

following proposed calendar for 1975 Board meetings:



January 24 Reno

March 7 Las Vegas

April 18 Reno

May 30 Las Vegas

July 18 Reno

September 12 Las Vegas

October 17 Reno

November 21 Las Vegas



Mr. Buchanan requested an alternative calendar be developed

for consideration in December which would reflect monthly

meetings in 1975.



It was agreed that such an alternative would be submitted

in December. It was further agreed that action would be

requested only on the January meeting, and the Board with

its new members would be requested to take action in Janu-

ary on the calendar for the balance of the year.



23. Affirmative Action Program



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in May, 1974 a draft of

a "Policy Statement and Affirmative Action Program for the

University of Nevada System" was distributed, with a request

that appropriate review of the document occur within the

Divisions and that it be scheduled as an action item at a

later meeting. Subsequently, at the request of the Chair-

man of the UNLV University Senate, the matter was deferred

until the October meeting.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that no additional comments have

been received relating to this draft document. He submitted

the draft statement, noting that the officers recommend

adoption by the Board of Regents, with the policy statement

to become effective immediately for all Divisions and units

of the University of Nevada System.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Rev. Kohn.



Mr. Morris moved, as a substitute motion, approval of the

affirmative action program, subject to review by Counsel

Hug as to the document's conformity with the University

Code and other procedures of the University. Motion

seconded by Rev. Kohn, failed by the following roll call

vote:



Yes - Mr. Buchanan, Rev. Kohn, Mr. Morris

No - Mr. Steninger

Abstain - Mr. Jacobsen



Mr. Buchanan moved that the draft statement be returned

to the Board of Regents on the December agenda with

specific statement from Counsel. Motion seconded by Mr.

Morris, carried without dissent.



24. Approval of Fund Transfers, UNS



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the following

transfer of funds from the University Press Sales Estimative

Budget:



#75-09 $11,988 from Ending Fund Balance to operating to

cover anticipated increase in production costs

for 1974-75.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Rev. Kohn,

carried without dissent.



25. Revision of Estimative Budget



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the following

estimative budget for 1974-75, to allow for the utilization

by the University Press of additional income received from

investments:



WHITED ENDOWMENT



Current Revision Revised

Budget Requested Budget

Revenue

From Opening Cash Balance $1,782 $3,337 $5,119

Endowment Income 2,000 500 2,500

Total Source of Funds $3,782 $3,837 $7,619



Expenditures

Operating $2,000 $3,010 $5,010

Ending Fund Balance 1,782 827 2,609

Total Application of Funds $3,782 $3,837 $7,619



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Rev. Kohn,

carried without dissent.



Upon motion by Mr. Morris, seconded by Mr. Buchanan, 3 additional

items were admitted to the agenda.



26. Approval of Fund Transfers, UNR



President Milam requested approval of the following trans-

fers, amounting to $49,968.92, from the Contingency Reserve

in General University Operation, and $2,000 from Ending

Fund Balances in the Summer Session's Estimative Budget

account. The revised revenue estimate indicates that

there will be approximately $3,800 more income than was

budgeted in General University Operation and the opening

Contingency Reserve was $70,000.



#171 $1311.92 to the Sociology Department to provide a

1/2 time classified salary for the period from

July 1 through October 31, 1974.



#211 $10,490 to the Division of Curriculum and Instruction

to cover salaries for two graduate fellows and to

provide partial support for a classified position.



#217 $5328 to cover the balance of the State Personnel

Division's assessment.



#220 $80 to the Library to enable the Library to handle

the duties of a work study student employed in the

Physical Sciences Library.



#234 $1500 to the Library to provide student wages for

the Fall semester.



#235 $3300 to the Agriculture's Administration account

to provide funds for a sabbatical leave replacement.



#248 $15,500 to the Biology Department to provide funds

for 5 1/2 teaching fellow positions for the academic

year.



#249 $3200 to the Music Department to provide funds for

a temporary teaching fellow position for the academic

year.



#222 $2000 to the Summer Session's out-of-state travel

and equipment accounts. The sum of $1625 will be

used to cover the out-of-state travel which was

conceived and scheduled after the original budget

was prepared. The sum of $375 will be used to

purchase a calculator.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Morris moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



27. Revision of 1974-75 Estimative Budget, DRI



President Ward requested revision to the 1974-75 Estimative

Budget for the National Advisory Board:



Approved Proposed



Publication Costs (Annual Report,

Agenda, etc.) $ 3,500 $ 5,600

Advisory Board Members Travel &

Honoraria 4,500

Honoraria: 9 members, 3 days @

$100/day 2,700

Travel: 9 members at $400 3,600

Receptions & Luncheon 10/2-3/74 800

Total $ 8,000 $12,700



Revenue

Indirect Cost Recovery $ 8,000 $12,700



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Rev. Kohn moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan,

carried without dissent.



28. Report on Library Holdings



Dr. Don Jessup, Director of Budget & Institutional Studies,

presented a report concerning library holdings in each of

the Campus libraries (report identified as Ref. 29 and

filed with permanent minutes).



29. New Business



Mr. Morris requested that reports be brought back to sub-

sequent meetings on the following:



(1) Status report on the contract with the bookstore

operator at UNLV.



(2) Report and recommendation by the Chancellor's Office

on a proposal that the University submit an applica-

tion to the Bureau of Land Management for acquisiton

of land in the Fort Mohave area (material on file in

Chancellor's Office).



Mr. Buchanan requested the UNLV Administration to determine

what, if any, action could be taken to make UNLV the host

school for the Camellia Bowl.



Mr. Jacobsen requested a progress report at the December

meeting on the Faculty Senates' review on tenure.



Rev. Kohn requested a progress report on his March, 1974

proposal for a study of admission standards.



The Action Agenda was completed and the Information Agenda was

submitted. The Information Agenda contained the following items

and is on file in the Chancellor's Office:



1. Report on Fund Transfers

2. Report of Foreign Travel

3. Proposed Amendment to University Code

4. Report of Disciplinary Cases

5. Report of Purchases in Excess of $8000

6. Progress of University Projects

7. Final Graduation List, UNLV, August, 1974

8. Report Concerning Resident Status

9. Proposed Legislation

10. Additional Report of Foreign Travel

11. Status of Capital Improvement Projects, UNS



The meeting adjourned at 11:45 A.M.



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary to the Board

10-26-1974