General Meeting Information
Date: June 15,
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: ADM 106
Time Topic Purpose Discussion Leader Outcome 10:30 -10:35 a.m. Approve the Notes from May 24, 2018 A Cheu/Gore Approve the notes 10:35 - 11:15 a.m.
- Review State 18/19 budget & new funding formula
- 5-year FHDA budget forecast
- 3rd quarter reports for FHDA & DA
11:15 - 11:50 a.m. Budget Reductions - effective July 2019 A/I/D Cheu/gore Addressing the APBT additional cuts needed to meet July 2019 budget reduction goal 11:50 - 12 p.m. Quick News I All Information sharing
A = Action
D = Discussion
I = Information
Approve the Notes from May 24, 2018 Meeting
The May 24, 2018 notes were approved with the correction of the word deceased to decreased.
Cheu presented the highlights of the proposed state budget which is due to the governor today (6/15/18) and the FHDA & DA 3rd quarter highlights. Please click on the link for the presentation. The Full 3rd quarter report is at this link. In addition to the information in the presentation Cheu also shared that: FHDA is in 'stability' so will be able to use prior funding numbers for FY 18/19 instead of using the new funding formula; College Promise (BOG) is no longer capped by age; deferred maintenance/instructional equipment is split 60/40 DA/FH. Assumptions on the budget are based on flat enrollment; DA 3rd quarter report figures are generally as expected for this time of year.
Budget Reductions - effective July 2019
Cheu presented a further update on the APBT budget reduction proposal (please click on link for the presentation). Cheu also added that College Operations are aggressively transferring position costs to facilities rental fund 15. The facilities rental fund 15 budget will be analyzed throughout the year with a possibility that this plan may have to be re-addressed next year. The District has approved the pay down the facility rental fund balance. There will be significant impacts to the cashiering area if the senior cashiering position is eliminated. The Administrative services reorganization plan is confidential and details cannot be shared at this time. Cheu asked the team to approve the plan.
The team reluctantly approved the proposals with the caveat that the administrative services reorganization plan will be re-presented with details when the team meets again in Fall 2018.
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Documents and Links
- Administrative Planning and Budget Team Presentation
- Full 3rd Quarter Report
- Budget Reductions - Effective July 2019