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Closed Meeting Jan 7, 2019

February 26, 2019

Special Board Meeting, Jan 7, 2019, 3-7pm. (Note: This post is out of chronological order because it was originally a “page” on Jan 9th, which I converted to a “post” Feb 22nd. Pages can be assigned dates to be in order, but posts are given a date by the WordPress system. Today I re-worked the “Meetings” menu to simply display all blog posts in order with that tag. I’m gradually learning the WordPress website software.)

Technically, this was my first official meeting a a board member, although since it was a special closed meeting (confidential), I don’t refer to it that way. My first public board meeting was three days later.

Public details are in the agenda packet, view-able from this launch page. Here is what is disclosed:

“Conference with Labor Negotiators and Legal Counsel (Government Code Section 54957.6(f)): Board to discuss negotiations regarding the District and the Fairfield-Suisun Unified Teacher Association (F-SUTA); the California School Employees Association (CSEA), Chapter #302, Office/Technical/Business Services Unit; CSEA, Chapter #302, Support/Operations Unit; the Fairfield-Suisun Management Association (FSMA); and the Ancillary Professions Association (APA).

“District negotiators present will be Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Robert Martinez, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services Michelle Henson; and Director of Human Resources Mike Minahen; Legal Counsel, Gregory Dannis of Dannis Woliver Kelley esq.; and the following Cabinet Members and School Site Administrators: Superintendent: Kris Corey, Cabinet Members Angie Avlonitis, Chris Clark, Cindy Brown, Dorothy Rothenbaum, Howard Kornblum, Kristen Witt, Laneia Grindle, Melissa Farrar, Sheila McCabe, Tim Goree; Principals: Alison Guernsey, George Porter, James Hightower, Jas Wright, Jodie Phan, John Pizzo, Ken Daniels, Kristen Cherry, Constance Williams; and Director of Maintenance and Operations Mike Swearengin.”

It was a four-hour meeting (with pizza!). There was lots of discussion. No action was taken.


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