The Finance and Facilities Committee of the University of New Mexico Board of Regents will meet Thursday, June 2 at 9 a.m. in the Roberts Room of Scholes Hall on the UNM main campus.

In addition to the three Regents who are members of this committee, other Regents may attend this meeting in a non-voting capacity.

AGENDA

Comments:
Faculty Senate, Staff Council and Student Government
Regents' comments

                  Action Items:

1.  Meeting Summary from May 5, 2011
2.  Disposition of Surplus Property on list dated May 15, 2011
3.  Approval of Contracts:
       a)     UNMH – Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, LTD
       b)     UNMH – Draeger Medical Equipment Inc.

4.  Approval of:
       a)    Capital Project for Law School Steam and Chilled Water Piping Replacement
       b)    Architect Selection for Collaborative Teaching and Learning Building

5.   Approval of 1650 University Renovation
6.   Approval of Resolution to Reallocate UNM Bond Proceeds
7.   Approval of Capital Outlay Requests
8.   Approval of Ford Utilities Center 2nd Gas Turbine Cogeneration Unit
9.   Approval of Real Property Acquisition of Lands West Tract Z
10.  Approval of Annual Renewal of Maui HPCC Lease
11.  Approval of Resolution of the Regents of UNM Confirming, Ratifying and Approving Unconditionally the Lease Agreement by and between the Regents of UNM and ACC OP (UNM Main 1) LLC
12.  Approval of STC.UNM Board of Directors Reappointments (4) and Appointment (1)
13.  Recommendation for Consent Agenda Items on full Board of Regents' Agenda

Information Items:
14.  Monthly Consolidated Financial Report
15.  Contract Information:
        a)  UNMH – St. Catherine Healthcare, LLC
        b)  UNMH – Karl Storz Endoscopy
        c)  UNMH – GlaxoSmith Kline Vaccines
        d)  Information Technologies Group c/o Aquila Mele
        e)  Information Technologies – Network Appliance
        f)  Cancer Center – Korn Ferry International
        g)  Human Resources – Kronos Inc.

      Executive Session:
A.  Vote to close the meeting and to proceed in executive session.
B.  Discussion and determination where appropriate of matters subject to attorney-client privilege pertaining to threatened litigation, pursuant to Section 10.15-1 H(7), NMSA 1978
C.  Vote to reopen the meeting.
D.  Certification that only those matters described in paragraph B above were discussed in executive session, and any matter discussed in executive session will, if necessary, be subsequently ratified in the open session of the public meeting.

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