The Finance and Facilities Committee of the University of New Mexico Board of Regents meets on Thursday, June 7 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.



Faculty Senate, Staff Council and Student Government Regents' Comments

Action Items:

1. Meeting Summaries from March 12, April 5 and the Special Joint F&F/HSC-FACC Meeting May 2.

2. Disposition of Surplus Property for Main Campus on lists dated April 13 and May 18
(Bruce Cherrin, Chief Procurement Officer)

3. Contract Approval:

a) Student Health and Counseling – Macori Inc.
b) Physical Plant – BP Energy Company
c) Human Resources Benefits – Medical and Prescription Drug Benefit Stop Loss Coverage
(Bruce Cherrin, Chief Procurement Officer)

4. Approval of:

a) Capital Project for Photovoltaic System for the Science and Math Learning Center
b) Architect Selection for the Tennis Center, Phase One
c) Architect Selection for HSC 1650 University NE, Tenant Improvements
(Vahid Staples, Budget Officer, Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis)

5. Approval of:

a) Annual Renewal of Maui HPCC Lease
b) Amendment to CASAA Lease – 2560 Yale SE
(Kim Murphy, Dir. Real Estate and Thomas Neale, Assoc. Dir., Real Estate)

6. Real Property Acquisition 4100 Sabana Grande, Rio Rancho
(Kim Murphy, Dir. Real Estate and Thomas Neale, Assoc. Dir., Real Estate)

7. Approval of Resolution, Notification and Certification for State 2012 Severance Tax Bonds
(Andrew Cullen, AVP for Planning, Budget and Analysis)

8. Approval of Resolution to Reallocate UNM Bond Proceeds
(Andrew Cullen, AVP for Planning, Budget and Analysis)

9. Approval of Liquidity Provider Extension
(Andrew Cullen, AVP for Planning, Budget and Analysis)

10. Approval of Capital Outlay Submission to the Higher Education Department
(Andrew Cullen, AVP for Planning, Budget and Analysis)

11. Approval of Four Reappointments to STC.UNM Board of Directors
(Lisa Kuuttila, President of STC.UNM)

12. Faculty Compensation and Retention
(Chaouki Abdallah, Provost, Academic Affairs)

13. Approval of Phase I Revisions; Comprehensive Review of the Regents' Policy Manual
(Pamina Deutsch, Mgr. Policy Office) 
13A. Approval of UNMH Lands West Hospital 96 Bed Hospital Addition
(Steve McKernan, CEO, UNMH) 

14. Recommendations for Consent Agenda Items on full Board of Regents' Agenda
(Don Chalmers, Chair, F&F Committee)

Information Items:

15. Monthly Consolidated Financial Report
(Ava Lovell, VP HSC/UNM Finance & Univ. Controller)

16. Review of Proposed Amendments of Regents' Policy 7.9 – Property Management
(Don Chalmers, Chair, F&F Committee, Pamina Deutsch, Mgr. Policy Office, and Thomas Neale, Assoc. Dir., Real Estate)

17. Modifications to Regents' Policy 7.21 – Investment of Operational Funds and Bond Proceeds
(Andrew Cullen, AVP for Planning, Budget and Analysis)

18. Update on the Renovation of Lobo Baseball Field
(Paul Krebs, VP for Athletics)

Executive Sessions:
A. Vote to close the meeting and proceed into executive session.

B. Discussion and determination where appropriate of potential purchase, acquisition or disposal of real property pursuant to Section 10-15-1 H (8), NMSA (1978).

C. Discussion and determination where appropriate of matters subject to attorney-client privilege pertaining to threatened or pending litigation pursuant to Section 10-15-1.H (7), NMSA (1978).

D. Vote to re-open the meeting.

E. Certification that only those matters described in paragraph B & C above were discussed in exectuive session, and any matter discussed in executive session will, if necesssary, be subsequently ratified in the open session of the public meeting.

The agenda will also be available on the UNM web page at no later than 24 hours before the meeting.

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