Notes - Approved

Meeting Notes

Koue Vang
BJ Snowden
Angela Milano
Devoun Stewart
Steven Roberson
Margaret Lednicky
Chris Day
Jeff Bucher
Michele Arnott
Pamela Bimbi
Stephanie Saucedo
BonnyJean Bowman
Hannah Blodgett
Keri Jumelet

NAME OF COUNCIL/TEAM: Operations Council
OBJECTIVE OF MEETING: Review Updates for Safety, Operations/Facilities, IT, and Budgets
DATE OF MEETING: 02/22/2022
TIME: 12:30pm
CALL-IN NUMBER:Meeting ID: 827 6903 1008
CALL-IN CODE: Passcode: 468548
FACILITATOR(S): Koue Vang, Matthew Blevis
ASSISTANT: Beth Madigan
MEMBERS PRESENT: Koue Vang, Pamela Bimbi, Matthew Blevis, Jeff Bucher, Roger Davidson, Chris Day, Beth Madigan, Michele Arnott, Cheryl Sears, Stacey Burrows, Jan Delapp, Angie Velarde-Burch, Steven Roberson
Topic Person(s) Responsible Notes
What are the current safety concerns and plans? Chris Day
Reported sexual assault in the parking structure. A few "smash and grabs"  of items left on car seats reported. Homeless people are cooperative and left campus; resources were provided. Parking will be free of charge; staff to park in staff parking; students in student parking. Discussions about changing the parking pay structure to "pay by space" or "pay by plate." Ongoing lack of Campus Police staffing continues to prevent full services. Office is closed except for fingerprinting on day a week: Tuesdays.
What is the update on the college budget? Koue Vang
HEERF funding ends in April 2022.
What is the update on the COVID-19 process and protocols? Koue Vang
Masks on campus are still required. There are plenty of N95 and paper masks available in Operations. Each area office received 100 masks; all classrooms are stocked with hand sanitizer, masks, and disinfectant wipes. Custodians are on campus from 7:00A to 11:00P misting classrooms after each use.
What is the status of the IT projects? Jeff Bucher
Complaints about the mid week "patching" of laptops have a solution: patching will be done once a month; if security suffers, we will go back to bi-monthly patches. 
What is the status of the facilities projects? Cheryl Sears
Update on the 3 statutes complaint: a meeting for March 1, 2022 with the Operations Director and the Arts Council is scheduled. Track is completely completed! A reservations system for outdoor space usage is available now. Requests for indoor spaces go to the Vice President, Administration or the Operations Director for consideration. Canteen in the cafeteria is open for business on an honor system. Operations tent is back up. For distribution assistance with anything from sit stands, chairs, laptops etc is available Monday through Thursday from 9:00A to 2:00P.
Question Person(s) Responsible Notes and Decision(s) Next Steps
Question Person(s) Responsible Notes and Next Steps
What are the recommendations from ELT for access to nongendered and/or single-stall restrooms? Cheryl Sears Executive Leadership Team's (ELT) recommendation regarding all-gender single stall restrooms is to bring the issue back to Operations and Student Success Councils for brainstorming on how to receive student input. The Student Design Team will be contacted as two of our student members are on that Team. The PRIDE Center is another resource.
A Facilities Planning Report/Guide for gender neutral restrooms was developed by outside consultant. District should be releasing that report soon. This was the result of meeting over a year ago with Chancellor King, Thomas Greene, Melanie Dixon, all VPs, and Emilie Mitchell on the concern with gender neutral restrooms.

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